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(justine) it has been a week since the deadly north bay firestorm broke out in wine country... and now firefighters are getting an upper hand... but with the constant changes in the wind conditions... fire crews say they need to be ready for anything...(justine) thanks for joining us on kron4 news at ten... i'm justine waldman...(jr stone) and i'm j-r stone.... here is what we know at this hour... the death toll stands at 40... 22 of those deaths are from sonoma county alone. six are from napa county... four from yuba county...
and eight from mendocino county... more than 57- hundred homes and businesses have been destroyed.... we know that firefighters are battling a total of 16 large fires across the state and more than 217-thousand acres have burned state-wide... (jr stone) firefighters are making some progress on the fires... here is a look at the numbers.... the largest fire continues to be the atlas fire in napa and solano counties burning over 51-thousand acres... and it is 65-percent contained tonight... the tubbs fire in napa county is 60-percent contained burning over 44-thousand acres.... the redwood valley fire in mendocino county has burned over 35- thousand acres and is 45- percent contained tonight.... the nuns fire which is combined with the norbbom fire in sonoma county has burned over 48-thousand acres and is 40-percent contained tonight... (justine) when the fires
started ragging one week agon, almost 100 people were evacuated from sutter health in santa rosa. and for the first time, we are seeing how hospital staff dealt with getting those patients out safely. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with the people who were the first line of defense for many victims. she joins us live from the hospital. hermela .. some of the patients were in surgery or in labor... how did the hospital do it? (hermela aregawi)the hospital has been closed for a week now..a spokesperson tells me the facility was built for disastersbut they haven't seen anything quite like this. surveillance cameras capture countless fires surrounding sutter hospital.employees sprung into action as victims looking for refuge arrived. kelsey claybrook/sutter security helped victimsit looked like a lot of people in communal vehicles. some of them half dressed.some of them with injuries. and we immediately started trying to
separate between evacuees and medical patients. we had lot of pets. we had a lot of belongings at some point while im pulling people in from the outside. we received a call from the sonoma county sheriff saying its headed your way you need to be prepared to evacuate and that was it they hung up. kelsey claybrook.. a security guard at the facility was working sunday night.he and several other employees took to the fire extinguishers as the fire approached.kelsey claybrook/sutter security helped victimsat one point the fire was all of 20 feet away from an oxygen tank and there were several diesel tanks in theremyself and several other employees i believe 7 total. we went ou there and we actually supressed them as close as we could to the tanks as long as we could. we did have severl people with smoke inhalation injuries at that pointdozens of evacuees arrived as patients were being cleared out.all the while.. the employees were worried about the safety of their loved ones.kelsey claybrook/sutter security helped victimsto be honest my first knee jerk reaction i was afraid one of our people were caught out there. a lot of people have died its a very upsetting event and at that time i didn't know that. i was just terrified that somebody i knew who i showed up to work with. who had talked about my life that something was going to happen and we were going to be responsible. so there was a lot of fear for that. i was concerned for my family definitely at certain points i just wanted to make sure okay
and i ended up being here all told 17 hours so that opportunity that first night. a lot of stress and right. (hermela aregawi)hospital officials say they are hopeful that the facility will open mid week next weekreporting live in santa rosa hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. surveillance cameras capture cameras surveillance surveillance cameras capture countless fires surrounding sutter employees sprung into victims looking for refuge arrived. kelsey claybrook/sutter security helped victimsit looked like a lot of people in communal vehicles. some of them half them with injuries. and we started trying to evacuees and medical patients. pets. we had a lot some point while in from the outside. we from the sonoma saying its headed your way you prepared to that was it they kelsey security guard was working sunday night.other took to the extinguishers as the fire claybrook/sutter security helped at one point the feet away from and there were several diesel myself and employees i believe 7 total. and we actually as close as we as long as we could. we did people with injuries at that pointdozens of evacuees arrived as patients were being cleared out.all the while.. (hermela aregawi) (jr stone) we have an updated map showing where the fires are burning in the north bay. if you see an area shaded in red... that is where a wildfire is burning or has burned.fire does is when a fire is active... they will put a red icon with a flame on it. if there is a black icon... the fire is either fully out entirely. cal fire map through out the day. (justine) tonight boil water notices are still in effect for portions of fountaingove and oakmont areas until further notice. this precaution applies to fountaingrove residents who live.. ..east of mendocino avenue, north of chanate road, west of fountaingrove parkway, and south of mark west springs road. oakmont residents who live on white oak drive south of madelyne court,
including madelyne place, and on oak mesa drive south of starry knoll court, including shooting star place. this information is also on kron4.com. lawrence karnow: skies are hazy but mostly clear tonight after another warm day. offshore winds sent temperatures into the 80s in many parts of the bay area. fire weather is still a big concern but it appears that weather conditions will improve this week. winds will generally be light and the himidity should increase some on tuesday and much more into wednesday. on the satellite image you can see high pressure overhead. offshore winds will continue through monday to make for another warm day. the sea breeze will increase on tuesday as high pressure weakens. in fact there is a chance we could see some rain later in the week. there is still plenty of smoke in our skies from the fires and there is a spare the air in effect for tomorrow. air quality will still be poor in the central and southern san joaquin valley tomorrow. our computer models are showing a change with a few more clouds on tuesday. it will be warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay, and 70s at the coast.temperatures will cool on tuesday and wednesday and there's a chance of showers on thursday night and into friday morning before a return to sunshine and warmer weather next weekend.
(jr stone) a sign progress is being made... people evacuated in the city of calistoga were allowed to return home. kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in downtown calistoga where life is looking a bit more normal again. ella, what does it look like out there tonight? it's the happy news many have been waiting for - oddly enough the town where the tubbs fire erupted is one of the first that's been evacuated to be allowed back in after one week of worry. as soon as word got out the evacuation order was lifted sunday at 2 in the afternoon cars lined up to get back into calistoga.sot: evacuee// "'thank you to all the fire fighters for helping us, for saving our little town of calistoga safe. we are happy to be home."sot: evacuee// "'i'm really happy. i don't
know if i have internet but i think it might actually be fun."signs welcomed drivers as they pulled up to the thankfully spared napa county town in which the tubbs fire first erupted one week ago to date.power has been restored and life is slowly getting back to normal. people are already visiting businesses with the hope they may be open. although most are still closed evacuees are just happy to be home and done with the worrying.sot: jose montanez, evacuee returns home// "it was really frustrating because we were hearing rumors that certain building were burning up and it wasn't true. it was nerve wrecking and frustrating but happy to be home now." brannan's restaurant employees in downtown rushed back to get the business up and running. they're making use of every minute working to repopen their doors as soon as possible.sot: colin curtis, brannan's executive chef // "i'm so surprised that this valley hadn't scorched. i'm so happy this is such a magical place. and i'm glad we got really fortunate we got lucky that nothing happened. it started here then rosa. we're just extremely lucky."they're one of several calistoga businesses trying to get up and running as soon as monday.
the tubbs fire percent contained and fire crews are hoping to make more strides so hopefully soon more north bay can start picking up the pieces behind them.live in sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) parts of napa and solano county that were evacuated north west of the city of fairfield opened up today for people to return home. kron 4's gabe slate was with a family as they found out their cat did not survive. sot - brenda one of my cats died brenda lost one of her cats to the atlas wild fire. her family lives here off suisun valley road near the green valley area in solano county north west of fairfield. they returned home after one week of sleeping in their cars and at shelters.
sot - brenda we got home and we are all safe.. other people have lost a lot more their home was spared no damage the cat did not make it but the animals they were able to take with them did.. but that it made it extra challening having animals with them living in their cars. sot rainey - i had a 90 pound pitball, 4 cats, 2 birds all in one car up in the hills you can see how close this fire got to brenda's house. just a couple miles away.. scorched earth on one side.. on the other untouched vegistation in solano county gabe slate kron 4 news.
you can call the sonoma county information hotline at the number you see on your screen. you can also check to see if loved ones have marked themselves safe on facebook, or the website safe-and-well- dot-org. (justine) the other new names added to the list of people killed in sonoma county are.. sharon robinson, 79 of santa rosa. carmen mcreynolds, 82, of santa rosa. daniel southard, 71, also of santa rosa lee chadwick roger, 72, of glen ellen. and before we go to break... we wanted to take a moment and share with you some of the names and faces of people who were killed.(jr stone) here are just 13 of the 40 lives lost....
learning more and more about what first responders went through after they were called to the north bay fires. last night we showed you a quick clip of what a berkeley engine company went through. tonight we take a closer look at that video this is new video released by the berkeley fire department showing what those with engine 6 experienced when they were called to the tubbs fire in santa rosa early
monday morning. 1:28they made their way to santa rosa along highway 101 with a strike team that included four other trucks and a leader. miles before they arrived they could see the glow of flames coming from santa rosa. the plan was to meet in the k-mart parking lot where they would get their assignment. but the k-mart was fully engulfed in flames so they moved on. to the right and the left firefighters could see flames. at one point the crew was stationed outside a gas station that was also fully engulfed in flames.sotfeel the heatminutes later the strike team was drivingthey weren't initially sure what they were looking at here but soon learned it was homes that had burned to the ground.at one point firefighters found a row of unburned homes, set their truck up, and ran five water lines off that truck. the crew says the 30 or so homes behind them didn't burn. they're happy to have helped but wish they could have saved more. in fact the company later learned that one of the homes that burned belonged to one of their firefighters. (jr stone) the north bay fires are bringing out the best in people.(justine) his name is scott bell. he
lived in santa rosa for 17 years and taught at santa rosa junior college for many years before retiring to a hay ranch in nevada. when he heard of all the animals needing help after the fire.. he loaded up his 53-foot trailer with donated hay and drove 11- donated hay and drove 11-hours straight to the sonoma (jr stone) the north bay fires are bringing out the best in people.(justine) his name is scott bell. he lived in santa rosa for 17 years and taught at santa rosa junior college for many years before retiring to a hay ranch in nevada. when he heard of all the animals needing help after the fire.. he loaded up his 53-foot trailer with donated hay and drove 11- hours straight to the sonoma county fairgrounds. he donated almost 500 bales of hay. 1 bale will feed 5 horses for a day. the donated hay costs about 7- thousand dollars... plus, add in 2-thousand dollars in freight costs for the drive. scott tells me, he also donated hay during the valley
fire in lake county, because he likes helping people and animals. (anchor) sonoma country residents will be able to hitch a ride on the smart train again tomorrow. the santa rosa north and sonoma county airport stations have been closed due to the devastating wine country fires. smart officials say the stations also lost power... they had been operating on generator power. full service will resume tomorrow. free rides are being offered for those who need transportationwednesday. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: skies are hazy but mostly clear tonight after another warm day. offshore winds sent temperatures into the 80s in many parts of the bay area. fire weather is still a big concern but it appears that weather conditions will improve this week. winds will generally be light and the himidity should increase some on tuesday and much more into
wednesday. on the satellite image you can see high pressure overhead. offshore winds will continue through monday to make for another warm day. the sea breeze will increase on tuesday as high pressure weakens. in fact there is a chance we could see some rain later in the week. there is still plenty of smoke in our skies from the fires and there is a spare the air in effect for tomorrow. air quality will still be poor in the central and southern san joaquin valley tomorrow. our computer models are showing a change with a few more clouds on tuesday. it will be warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay, and 70s at the coast.temperatures will cool on tuesday and wednesday and there's a chance of showers on thursday night and into friday morning before a return to sunshine and warmer weather next weekend. (justine) tonight we (justine) (justine) tonight we are
hearing from a woman ... on how she escaped with her dog... the fast-moving wildfire in santa rosa. (jr stone) reporter nicole comstock brings us her story. 3688 mocha lane in santa rosa. the bare bones of a home burned by wildfire. "you donút even see a resemblance of what it used to be."just one of many addresses in this coffey park neighborhoodwhere a deadly, wind-driven, firestorm chased people out of bed in the middle of the night monday. "everything was gray, everything was destroyed. and it went for miles."one of those stories is about a girl and her dog...natasha wallace / wildfire survivor:"i would never part ways with my dog. ever."and their unconventional method of getting out alive. "'thatús my ride or die. oh my god, literally."santa rosa junior college soccer player natasha wallace was studying across town until nearly 2 in the morning. on her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway. meaning, she had the perspective to know everyone needed to evacuate
immediately. "so it just like, ran us out of the area."so she shoved bentley...her 4 year old pit bull into her honda...and drove down the road. within minutes, she was stuck between other cars.this one right beside her, overturned. "it was coming faster than i could leave in traffic, so i went back and got my bike."she also grabbed a duffle bag...which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70 pound best friend. "so i grabbed my dog and i told him, hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag. and he, he hopped right in.""i held the duffle bag like this, put it over and had it on my arms, pedaling like that."she says after she made it down the road...a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over...and took her and bentley the rest of the way out. "i just want to say thank you to him. paul johnson." thursday night, wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was. not only to have survived the fire. but to have people around to help.3688 mocha lane was her home. everything she owned is gone."i donút even know how to express how grateful i am." (jrstone) the air quality is the air (jrstone)
(jrstone) the air quality is becoming noticably better as crews gain control of the wine country fires.(justine) many north bay schools have announced they are resuming classes this week. schools reopening tomorrow include those in the antioch, benicia and marin unified school districts. mount diablo, novato and vacaville school districts will also reopen tomorrow. san francisco state university along with dominican university and the college of marin will also resume classes tomorrow. petaluma and vallejo unified schools will reopen tuesday. analy high school will also resume classes. classes at sonoma state university will resume on wednesday. napa valley unified schools will also reopen wednesday. head to kron4-dot-com for the
(jr stone) still ahead... we'll have the latest containment numbers on the north bay wildfires.... hear why city supervisors say they are optimistic moving forward.(justine) plus... just how much are these wildfires costing the state of calfornia? we'll look down the numbers... there is a chance of showers during the week ahead. i'll have details coming up.
.... (jr stone) we continue our breaking news coverage of the north bay firestorm... you're taking a look at the mass devastation in santa rosa... these are aerials of the burned lands. (justine) it has been a week since the deadly wildfires started and here is what we know at this hour... (jr stone) the death toll total is now at 40... 22 of those deaths are from
sonoma county alone. six are from napa county... four from yuba county... and eight from mendocino county...(justine) more than 57- hundred homes and businesses have been destroyed.... we know that firefighters are battling a total of 16 large fires across the state and more than 217-thousand acres have burned state-wide... significant progress has been made on the on the atlas, nuns and tubbs fires burning in napa county. (jr stone) earlier today, napa county leaders shared their update at a news conference. kron four's philippe djegal explains why there is optomism moving forward. (philippe)belia ramos/supervis or- "we are now switching over towards recovery mode. it's a day i have looked forward to for a week." an historically deadly and destructive week in napa county... that ends on a positive note. for four of the past six days... the napa valley was under a red flag warning... but as of early sunday morning... that is no longer the case. napa county fire chief barry biermann says the weather has taken a turn for the better. fire fighters are still working in extremely dry conditions with low humidity. but the wind isn't kicking up like it has been... so, crews are inching closer to getting the upper hand on the
atlas fire.barry biermann/napa county fire dept.- "little to no growth is occuring right now. um, we have basically line all the way around the fire and we'll continue to mop up and we will get further containment as, uh, things go on." on sunday, biermann saying the nunes fire was a priority, since so much progress has been made on the atlas fire.barry biermann/napa county fire dept.- "we're working this area of dry creek, mount vetter road, up into rutherford as the fire continues to come down off of highway 29 corridor. so, this is all on the west side of highway 29." the tubbs fire continues to burn -- though chief biermann says it doesn't appear homes are in eminent danger.barry biermann/napa county fire dept.- "and, i do no anticipate, with our current conditions, um, that, that it will make it into the town of calistoga." emergency crews are now working towards allowing people back into their neighborhoods at some point... for those whose homes are still standing. but some road closures will continue until then. wrapping up an emotionally taxing week for fire victims and their local leaders.belia ramos/supervisor- "and, i look forward to the day that this can be a distant memory in which we recall that we were resilient and that we got through this together. be well napa and be safe." one week down -- countless many more to go. in napa county, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) state and federal
agencies are struggling to pay for the huge cost of fighting fires. california officials expect the wine country fires to cost hundreds of millions of dollars. the state has spent more than half of its emergency fire fund in the past three months. that does not indluding the cost of fighting the past weeks fires. the federal government has spent more than two-point-seven billion
battling wildfires this year. the increasing cost of fighting these fires is putting pressure on lawmakers to find new ways to pay for firefighting and fire prevention. (justine) as high winds and hot weather continue to fuel wildfires in the north bay... nasa satellites are keeping an eye on the flames...all the way from space. nasa's terra satellite captured a stream of smoke that extends about 550 miles from santa rosa...all the way south to san diego. the national weather service says that high winds will continue to blow into tuesday...adding fuel to what has been a firestorm. (jr stine) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: skies are
hazy but mostly clear tonight after another warm day. offshore winds sent temperatures into the 80s in many parts of the bay area. fire weather is still a big concern but it appears that weather conditions will improve this week. winds will generally be light and the himidity should increase some on tuesday and much more into wednesday. on the satellite image you can see high pressure overhead. offshore winds will continue through monday to make for another warm day. the sea breeze will increase on tuesday as high pressure weakens. in fact there is a chance we could see some rain later in the week. there is still plenty of smoke in our skies from the fires and there is a spare the air in effect for tomorrow. air quality will still be poor in the central and southern san joaquin valley tomorrow. our computer models are showing a change with a few more clouds on tuesday. it will be warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay, and 70s at the coast.temperatures will cool on tuesday and wednesday and there's a chance of showers on thursday night and into friday morning before a return to sunshine and warmer weather next weekend.
(justine) the salvation armyis preparing for a new week of making meal for north bay fire evacuees. they have recently added two evacuation centers to distribute meals. those sites are in santa rosa at elsie allen high and lawrence cook middle school. since monday the salvaton army has fed over 22 thousand people from several other evacuation centers in sonoma county. in napa county the salvation army has served more than 16-thousand meals through saturday at the finley community center, the veterans memorial building and the grace pavilion in sanata rosa.... and since last week...the salvation army has distributed nearly 14 hundred meals at solano community college...suisun valley road in fairfield. (jr stone) and tonight
there are still road closrues across the north bay due to the wildfires. in sonoma county...us-101 northbound at the mendocino ave off ramp is closed until further notice. in napa county... state road 121 at vichy avenue is shut down. and in solano county... wooden valley road at wooden valley cross is closed. and for a full list of road closures in the north bay...check our website...it's all on kron four dot com. (jr stone) we have complete coverage of the deadly north bay fire storm...on-air and online. we have a list of the victims identfied in sonoma county.... we also have ways that you can help evacuees and people whose homes were destroyed... that is on kron four dot com. (justine) coming up.... hear how hospitals are bracing for burn victims as wildfires rage....(jr stone) and we take a look at some local businesses in the north bay area... trying to keep their
coffey park neighborhood in santa rosa has burned down... but a few businesses have survived.(justine) and as kron four's philippe djegal reports a winery is going back to the basics to keep their business up and running.... he spoke with a longtime business owner who is just trying to get back on track. (philippe) the coffey park neighborhood in santa rosa... is now a shell of itself. blocks of homes -- no longer there.nats- the devastation has been apart of jon phillips' ride into work since monday. he owns inspiration vineyards and winery... which fortunately was not damaged in the fires.jon phillips/winery owner- "a lot of my friends and neighbors live in the coffey park neighborhood and just feeling horrible for them." phillips' crews are working through the disaster... doing their best to produce wine. he says most of it was barreled up before the fires... and, that the smoke hasn't affected the grapes.jon phillips/winery owner- "it's just finding work arounds, and just going back to the basics of when we started making wine at a very small scale, where we used a very minimal amount of technology. and, there are several other private companies in this business park just trying to get back into the swing of
things... like, jon phillips, relying on generators to power up.jon phillips/winery owner- "it's just been a very trying time over the last week." phillips says he hopes his business lives up to it's name and inspires members of the community not to give up. he lives just four miles away from coffey park and has a vested interest in this neighborhood, beyond his winery.jon phillips/winery owner- "we just want people to know we are here, we want people to come back and visit us and not stay away because they think sonoma county is no longer a place to go because it's been completely burned up." a beacon of hope in desperate times. in santa rosa, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) coming up...
(jr stone) continuing our breaking news story on the deadly north bay firestorm.... tonight we are learning about one victim killed in the tubbs fire. her name was sharon robinson, of santa rosa. (justine) she was 79 years old. and lived alone. kron four's spencer blake spent time today talking to sharon's friends. he has her story. (looklive)sharon robinson had a really calming impact on people, based on what i heard from the sprague family.(pkg)
sharon robinson was an elderly woman who was killed by the tubbs fire when it overtook her home on donner drive.her rural home up in the hills of santa rosa was destroyed in the fire, as were her neighbors'.the road up there isn't even completely clear yet.jeri sprague knew her for decades, and remembers her artistic talent."she made a beautiful horse quilt blanket and it was small squares and beautiful colors and she had it displayed over her fireplace."calling sharon a 'lovely lady,' jeri was saddened to learn of her passing, even though the spragues moved away from the street a few years ago."she did some neat things. she even gave some art lessons to my daughter.""i must have been 8 or 9 and she gave me some art classes in exchange for me helping to clean her house - vacuum and feed her cat, normal stuff like that. she would have me sit across from her on the patio and have me try and draw her silhouette, try and draw a tree that we could both see, but without looking at the paper. and also without getting frustrated at myself with the outcome."
jacquie sprague, though she's studying social science, realizes that those art lessons stuck these years later.make post cards, like my mom had do a lot of animals - pointalism style, and i actually did that, living in montana."sharon had grown children - a daughter, and jeri thinks she remembers a son, too - but alone.except, her cats.in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. (justine) hundreds of (justine) napa area.flight of the within a 2-hour all are units.in their burn units.in their burn beds available number of system the enters in the network hospital in the each colorado.arizona to washington to hospitals from it includes consortium. disaster regional burn western called the west coast centers on the 27 burn a network of davis is part of unit at u-c the burn hospitals.regional number of taken to a fire have been burned in the victims overrun yet.haven't been hospitals point. . local says. . at this medical center for u-c davis spokesperson a emergency. a number of regional hospitals. the burn unit at u-c davis is part of a network of 27 burn centers on the west coast called the
(justine) hundreds of firefighters are currently on 24-hour shifts battling the north bay fires. the crews meet up in open spaces to debrief and as they finish their shifts they hand-off the work to the next group of firefighters. the crews have been able to get more rest in the last couple of days, but nonetheless, they tell us that they are tired. for many, this is the worst fire they have battled in their career. according to cal fire, there are portions of the fire that are high up in the mountains-a positive because it is away from people and structures, but a negative because it makes it harder for them to put it out. (justine) the fires burning in the north bay are taking a toll on crews. these are images of firefighters sleeping on chairs and some even on the ground. crews were able
to get a small meal break before battling the flames. many firefighters from around the country have responded. crews are working day and night around the clock trying to get the deadly fires under control. our bay area pro teams have stepped up in helping those affected by all the deadly fires in the north bay today -- the raiders donated one-million dollars former oakland a's player and sonoma native jonny gomes is also helping out. he has teamed up with "so so jelly" to sell "707 stronger togther" t-shirts. 100% of the proceeds go to fire relief... the jonny gomes 707 relief fund has raised more than 35- thousand-dollars for north bay communities . the raiders... despite poor air quality due to the fires... did not have to move today's game from the oakland coliseum... the index
today in oaland was at a healthy level by kickoff... derek carr also made his return after a week out due to that back injury... but it was an up-and-down day for him...1st possession... carr and michael crabtree...misc ommunication... and it's picked up by trevor williams... carr had 2 picks on the day later in the 1st... carr... no mixup with crabtree here... who stretches over the pylon for a 23-yard touchdwn... 7-0 raiders... 4th quarter... philip rivers... to gordon... 6-yards for the touchdown... 14-10 chargers... raiders come back... cordarrelle patterson takes it around the left end... and he is gone... a 47-yard touchdown run... raiders retake the lead... 16-14... but tney missed the extra point! that would haunt them... 3 seconds left... nick novak... 34-yard field goal as times
expires.... raiders 4th straight loss... 17-16 chargers win(wipe to 49ers) the 49ers hoping... just hoping for a break after losing their last 4 games by a total of 11 points... the last two in overtime... brian hoyer never found his grove, but didn't get much help from his teammates.garrett celek drops and easy pass. hoyer benched, rookie cj beathard enters the game. beathard leads the team to the redzone -- carlos hyde caps it off with a touchdown... he finished with two redskins added a field goal, then this touchdown. kirk cousins 7- yard td run... had two t-d's and one interception 49ers continued to fight, beathard to aldrick robinson. 45 yard touchdown catch. we got a game. last chance for s-f... 4th and 20, beathard picked off by kendall fuller. washington wins
26-24. 49ers 0-and-6 for the 1st time since 1979, that was bill walsh first year with the team. they're the only team in nfl history to lose 5 consecutive games by less than 4 points. finally we end with playoff baseball... nlcs game two. cubbies... dodgers... jon lester going against former a, rich hill. top 5th -- chicago trying to make it a series... addison russell goes yard... cubs go up 1-nothing bottom 9th -- game tied at one... l-a with two on... justin turner walks it off with a 3- run jack... dodger stadium erupts dodgers take 2-0 in the series game three will be at wrigley on tuesday
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