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>> reporter: federal investigators will interview the pilots at the controls of asiana flight 214 to get an understanding of his mindset and what the head of the ntsb had to say earlier about this training. emotions boil over as the father of a crash victim comes face to face with the ceo of asiana airlines. >> my mom and my dad, and they
were sitting down. >> reporter: we're live in redwood city where residents displaced from a fire here in redwood city will be returning. we'll have new information where the fire started as "mornings on 2" starts right now. well, good morning. it's tuesday, july 9th. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. we begin with a quick look at weather and traffic. steve? >> all right, tori and dave. a lot of fog we've been talking about that. inland temperatures will warm up. sunny, pretty fast. anywhere from 60s to 90s. >> here's sal. >> good morning, steve. we have a look at injury crash, northbound 280 at geneva avenue or before geneva avenue. we have the department on the scene. chp has arrived. the fast lane and far right
lane are blocked. so fares are getting through in the -- cars are getting through in the middle lanes. traffic is backing up from 19th avenue to john daly. northbound 280 before geneva avenue on the freeway. if you want to use an alternate, 101 is a better alternate or get on the freeway after -- or get on the freeway at geneva avenue and you will bypass the crash. we're looking at the traffic at the toll plaza. and that traffic looks good. 101 san jose traffic is fine. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. 7:02. today, the ntsb is expected to release more information about saturday's crash landing at sfo. investigators are still interviewing the plane's four pilots. alex savidge is live in millbrae where he just talked to the head of the ntsb. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. federal investigators have yet to question the pilot of asiana flight 214, the man who was at the controls on saturday but the ntsb says that interview will take place later on this
morning. yesterday, two of the four crew members on board the plane were interviewed. really, the goal is to understand why the pilots in this case didn't react sooner as this boeing triple 7 came in much to slow for a safe landing. according to data they were going 40 miles an hour before the target speed. the first tame they realized -- time they realized they needed more speed was about seven seconds before the crash. the auto pilot was turned off about a minute and a half before the impact. but the head of the ntsb says that's not unusual given the calm conditions on saturday. the pilot at the controls is still working on his certification for the boeing 777. i asked the head of the ntsb how difficult it would be for this pilot to make the transition and learn the ins and outs of this particular type of aircraft. >> we know he's flown aircraft in the boeing family before and
so he had flown 747, but what we will be looking at is that transition training for him to now get a type rating on the 777. you will have book training, simulator training but you have this all in the cockpit experience and he's with a training captain. >> reporter: the pilot at the controls has been identified as lee gang-guk. he only logged 43 hours in the 777. but has 9800 hours total of flying time. ntsb investigators are working with korean accident investigators on the interviews. the other two pilots will be interviewed later today. as we bring you back out here live, a team of investigators is continuing to document debris and wreckage. but this runway, it's possible could reopen sometime within the next week. the ntsb again expects to complete all of their interviews with the crew members and they will be
holding an update on the investigation and possibly releasing some of what was said during the interviews with the pilots during a news conference that will happen this afternoon. we're live this morning near sfo, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. s. the grieving parents of the two teenaged girls who died arrived in sfo last night. katie utehs will have much more on the family members' alival coming up at 7:30, including the angry words they had for the ceo involved in the crash. more flight delays at sfo. right now there is a traffic management program for arrivals. some arriving flights are being delayed about 2 hours, 39 minutes. we're not sure if this is related to the shutdown of the runway because of the weather
or both. we could also see flight cancellations today. at least 100 flights were canceled yesterday. more flights were diverted to other airports. yesterday, oakland international airport reports they received as many as 15. four planes were sent to san jose instead. that number is down from 21 on saturday. neither airports expect the extra arrivals to affect their normal operations today. new this morning, from japan, another boeing 777 jet bound for san francisco had to turn around and land in tokyo during the night because warning lights flashed in the cockpit. japan airlines says 236 passengers were on board as that jet returned to tokyo because of a hydraulic leak. the passengers boarded another plane. it did land safely at sfo this morning. that hydraulic system is being
investigated. happening today, residents are set to return to the scene of a massive and deadly apartment fire in redwood city. nearly 100 residents will be escorted back into their homes to gather belongings. brian flores is live with more information on sunday's fatal flames. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. well, the fire from the very beginning was simply intense. as we take a look at the hallmark house apartment complex on woodside road here in redwood city, you can see several units of this complex are destroyed. many of those residents about 100 of them will be returning about 8:30 this morning. but as we go to the video now of this huge fire. this happened just before 2:00 a.m. on sunday. this was a six-alarm fire. several crews had to be sent to douse it. many of the victims at the time of the fire had nowhere to go so they waited on their balconies to be rescued. it displaced 100 residents, 23 people and three firefighters were injured. we're learning that one man has
died and his body was found inside the apartment as a result of the fire. we don't know his identity this morning but officials believe the fire most likely started where he was. there are reports that the fire completely destroyed the third floor while the first and second floors are completely losses. despite that, at 8:30 this morning, residents will be escorted back to their apartments to collect whatever belongings they can. many of the residents, 30 or 40 people have been staying at a national guard army provided by the red cross. [no audio] >> reporter: this fire is still under investigation. we're live in redwood city, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, brian. a little technical problem. but he fixed it. hey, sal, what just happened in san francisco? >> well, it's a crash, dave and tori, northbound 280 coming up on geneva avenue, between john daly and geneva in the stretch
where there is an onramp only. northbound 280 before geneva avenue, an injury crash. we just found out fortunately that the injuries are minor but the cars are in the far left and far right lanes. if you are driving from daly city to san francisco, maybe you are going to the college or high school. you might want to think about an alternative way to get there. northbound on the peninsula looks pretty good. if you are driving on the peninsula at san antonio avenue, there is a crash there. i want to show you the 80 freeway, westbound 80, pinole to richmond, you will see slow traffic because of an earlier crash at carlson. let's take a look at the bay bridge, it's backed up for a solid 25 to 30-minute delay. but there were no problems on the bridge. this morning's commute looks okay in san jose. this is the best-looking commute. it's also sunny here. northbound 280 getting up to
highway 17. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >> we did have some clouds over san jose, they didn't last too long. most inland locations are in the sun. some of that thick fog will retreat back to the coast. it will be warmer inland today. that's one area that we're keeping an 0 eye on. the -- an eye on. the other one is eric, which has pretty much fallen apart. in case you missed it, torrential rain yesterday. record-setting rain. 4 inches fell in toronto. serious flooding. subway system. a lot of the roads and airports, there were power outages. they are still getting light rain but nothing compared to what they had yesterday. we had a lot of fog. but it's coming down. high pressure has built in. warm air aloft. dense fog, pockets, mist and drizzle near the coast.
certainly ripe conditions for that to happen. some areas are cooler, some are warmer. the outlook calls for fog, sun, mild to warm today. a little cooler wednesday, thursday, friday. looks like a cooling trend will take us there and a little warmup on the temperatures as we head towards the weekend. >> tu, steve. the national security agency back in the spotlight. the key ruling just made by a san francisco judge against the nass and the ground-breaking hearing examining the agency's practices. we're learning how osama bin laden was able to hide for so long in pakistan. and part of the reason involved a cowboy hat. ñáçwçñ it starts with something little, like taking a first step.
will be sunny and warmer. inland fog will burn off. still a little bit of a westerly breeze. 60s to some mid-90s while inland. thank you, steve. 7:13. a federal judge in san francisco refused to throw out a lawsuit against the national security agency. the obama administration wanted the judge to toss out the suit, saying it would risk exposing national secrets. the lawsuit was originally filed in 2008 against the nsa by a group of at&t customers who claimed the government engaged in warrantless surveillance on u.s. citizens. an oversight board set up by president obama to investigate the surveillance system has its first hearing today. after edward snowden began to explore the agencies last month, president obama told the board to lead a national conversation about the program. at today's hearing, civil
liberties activists and a retired jerl fudge are among 16 experts set to testify at the day-long hearing. >> we're learning new details on how osama bin laden managed to live in pakistan for more than nine years without being discovered. a coyrding to a -- according to a leaked pakistani report, bin laden shaved his beard so he could not be recognized and often wore a cowboy hat when outside to hide his face. he reportedly had no internet connection, tv, no phone and spent a lot of time with his grandchildren. the idea of pulling all u.s. troops out of afghanistan by the end of next year is becoming more of a possibility. president obama is considering that zero option as his relationship with the afghan president gets worse.
kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom to tell us how many troops are affected by these plans. kyla? >> reporter: right now, there are about 63,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan. that number is scheduled to go down to 34,000 by this coming february. the white house planned to have the majority of troops out of afghanistan by the end of next year and a small force would stay behind to train afghan security personnel and fight insurgents but now most, if not all of u.s. troops could be out of afghanistan by next summer. senior administration officials say the zero operation gained momentum in recent months. it's picked up more speed since talks between president obama and karzai went downhill two weeks ago. karzai accused of u.s. of learning him out of peace talks with the taliban. we expect to hear more on the developing story from the white house in a scheduled press conference three hours from now. when one california gets her
say on the situation, when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. jury selection begins today in the court marshal of the army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 fort hood, texas shooting rampage. major nidal hassan is charged with killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 hours. he will defend himself and even question the wounded survivors. hassan is facing the death penalty if convicted. happening now in sanford, florida. system in the george zimmerman trial. this is live video from the courtroom. it looked like there was some movement in there. today, the jury could hear about trayvon martin's use of marijuana and see a computer animation of the shooting. yesterday, the defense called martin's father to the stand, he testified it's his son's voice on 911 calls begging for
help. two sanford police officers testified during the investigation martin's father said the screams were not his son's. nearly 150 female inmates were sterile lizzed by doctors at california prisons. a new investigation suggests it was done without proper state approval. according to the center for investigative reporting, doctors under contract with the prison system carried out the tubal ligations between 2006 and 2010. the women were signed up for the surge surgery while they were pregnant. many say they were coerced into the procedure. state law requires that each tubal ligation be approved by top medical officials. the doctor in charge of tracking these says he's not seen any since he took the job five years ago. a glitch in president obama's new healthcare law could benefit smokers. the administration says it could take a year to fix a
computer problem affecting penalties for smokers. the new law will eventually allow insurance companies to charge smokers up to 50% more for a healthcare plan compared to nonsmokers. the glitch is just one of several delays that have been reported as the healthcare overhaul moves closer to the october 1st rollout. 7:18. the health of john kerry's wife has improved from critical to fair. on sunday, 74-year-old teresa heinz-kerry was rushed to a hospital in massachusetts. doctors say she had a grand mall seizure. the symptoms with grand mal include violent muscle contractions and you lose consciousness. a spokesperson for secretary of state john kerry says he's at the hospital along with other family members to be by her side. randy travis, still in a texas hospital this morning in critical condition with a viral
heart condition. ♪ a farmer and a teacher a worker and a preacher ♪ ♪ >> his spokesperson said he afeared fine but sunday he had to be rushed to the hospital. doctors say he has viral kird yo, a condition that affects the muscles of the heart. the mets take the lead! >> brandon crawford's error in the 16th inning helped new york score, the winning run at at&t park. the mets won 4-3 in a fame that ended at 12:42 this morning. oh, well. barry zito is expected to start. >> it's been a tough start. >> yeah. >> buster posey was good. >> five hits. >> yes. >> as are still in first place. >> yes, they are.
7:20. you can see fog outside of our door. with warmer temperatures inland, it's all about the change. stay tuned, steve has your graft next. and a coyote warning for part of the south bay where people are being told to protect their pets and what's being done to stop the threat. we do have problems and they are all on the peninsula, it seems. san mateo bridge looks good getting there. we'll tell you what the problems are straight ahead.
welcome back. i have to show you this. this is happening right now in washington, d.c., look at these great-looking kids. this is at the white house. for the second year in a row, first lady michelle obama -- she's being introduced right here. yeah. for the second year in a row, first lady michelle obama is hosting a state dinner at the white house for dozens of
specially selected children who entered and won a recipe contest. the contest challenged these kids to come up with a recipe that's affordable, healthy, original and delicious. so today at this state dinner, they are eating some of the recipes. the winners come from all 50 states. the winner from california, 12- year-old rose scott of menlo park. her winning respry, which tori might consider, pork and tofu lettuce cups. here they come as they are still being announced. congratulations to the winners. napa's bottlerock music festival and its organizers are facing another lawsuit. the company responsible for the portable toilets and temporary fencing is now suing. event organizers have yet to pay more than $2 million to union workers, vendors and charities. the five-day music marathon held in may was the largest event in napa history.
organizers of another music festival. this is the outside lands music festival. they are looking for people to look at their event. this is the fifth year. it runs from august 9th through 11th in golden gate park. workers are needed in three categories. beverage sales and security. there will be a job fair at the county fair building in the park this saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. people who live in the richmond and sunset district will be given preference. >> way to go. 7:25. sal has good news. you get traffic problems in san francisco. but it's actually getting better. >> slightly better. the best news, no one was seriously injured in this crash where a couple of cars flipped over. northbound 280 at geneva -- before geneva. this crash did block lanes, the fast lane and the right lane. the two left lanes are clear now. they've isolated it to the right rain. the combination of not having
serious injuries and the fact that they are making progress with the accident, it gives you a little bit of loep. if you want to use an -- hope. if you want to use an alternative get on at geneva or use 101 as an alternate. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for a 30-minute delay. if you are driving into san francisco on the bridge, it looks good. westbound 237, the slow traffic here crossing 880. that traffic looks good until you reach 880 and it gets better at zanker. maybe some mist or drizzle at the coast. some of this fog is thick. 60s already showing up. antioch, livermore is in there. mountain view, redwood city, san jose. some area os on the mild and warm side. a little low spinning west of the bay area will be drawn up by another low coming up from the gulf of alaska. that will be here tomorrow. today it looks like a little warmup after the thick fog,
especially for inland areas. but there are signs of a decent cooling trend after today. upper 80s, low to mid the os -- mid-90s for some. 80s to nigets. on the peninsula -- on the 90s. it's just -- just turned 7:27. new chilling accounts from some of the youngest passengers on asiana flight 214. >> we were all downing all over the place. i -- bouncing all over the place. i remember there being dust everywhere. >> what happened moments before the plane hit the ground and the chaos to find loved ones. >> survivors of the plane crash are staying here at the crowne plaza hotel. what they are doing to get their lives back together. >> reporter: we're live in saratoga where residents are
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the crash in a news conference. they are in the process of interviewing the four pilots who were aboard the plane. the families of the two teenaged girls killed in the crash arrived overnight in sfo from china. katie utehs is live in burlingame with the angry words they had for the ceo involved in the airplane crash and the difficult task ahead of them today. >> reporter: good morning. the parents of the two girls killed have the unfortunate task of going to the coroner's office to positively identify the body. they and some of the survivor parents are staying here at the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame. it's heavily guarded. the hotel is locked down. security is stopping everyone who pulls in the driveway. ntsb and united crews brought in to help are staying at the crowne plaza hotel. >> easy now.
easy now. >> reporter: an asiana airlines representative is escorting the family in the trip as you can see in this video taken late last night. local media bombarded the rep. the victims' parents and others were ushered from the tarmac into private buses to the hotel. on the trip to the u.s., one of the victim's fathers had words with asiana airlines' ceo. it's reported that the father said he was dissatisfied with the ceo's handling of the disaster. the group who made the trip include the parents of the deceased, the parents of another two students in the class, the vis principal of the school the girls attended and other frills from their home -- flims from their home -- -- and
oir officials from their hometown. investigators say the girls's bodies were found a mile apart. san mateo county coroner says one of them was ejected from the plane. the other, found close to the wreckage and may have been struck by a first responder's vehicle. the coroner says it could be a few weeks before he can confirm whether it happened. the survivors are working to get their lives back in order. that means little things from getting new glasses if theirs were broke during the crash to even getting important travel documents so at some point they can make their way home. katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:33. many of the people hurt in the plane crash are still in bay area hospitals. san francisco general says 17 patients are still there. they had 62 at first. six are in critical condition. ten remain at stanford hospital of the 55 sent there. one person listed as critical.
lucile packard's has discharged all of their patients. the stanford blood center wants more donations. the blood center is the main supplier to stanford hospital and the lucile packard hospital. the blood center said the supplies were already low after the 4th of july holiday. 7:33. aviation officials say safety changes over the years significantly helped save lives during the asiana plane crash. companies have built tougher seat belts and seats that are designed to withstand traumatic force. before 1988, seats were only designed to absorb nine times the force of gravity. but now that number is 16. photos and video of the asiana flight shows rows of seat that remained intact allowing passengers to unbuckle and run to emergency exits. airlines also now line the inside of cabins with fire- resistant materials to help
stall fires and flight attendants are trained to clear a plane within 90 minutes. >> they arrived within one minute as jet fuel leaked out of the plane and as passengers were trying to escape. our coverage continues at ktvu.com. there's coyotes roaming around. janine de la vega is live in saratoga right now. you just talked to vector control. they've got a new ch
mind, janine. >> reporter: yes, they do, dave. there have been 15 coyote sightings here in this neighborhood. they set out a trap. nothing was caught. so they are gonna try something new. in this house remodeled, there was a chicken coop here. neighbors were taken care of the chickens but we're told that the coyotes killed the push chickens. food and scents are being used to trap them. the city says a female coyote recently gave birth to a litter of about six pups and must hunt for food to seed thel. one resident said he sees
coyotes every day but recently the population has exploded and he describes what he does as esruns into them -- what he does as he runs into them. >> my dog is big enough. sometimes he moves away. but if there's three of them -- like on panorama, they may just come out you. >> the increase is due to urban scrawl. investigator control says the coyotes appear to have lost their fear of humans which is why they are likely doing this. officials are advising residents not to leave out any food. they are telling people to secure the garbage lids because they are attracted to the food. if you run into a coyote, make
loud noises, appear intimidating so the coyotes run away. janine de la vega, kut ktvu channel 2 news. antioch police have tis covered a large marijuana grow operation. they've arrested 44-year-old yao jing main of san francisco and another individual from oakland. police say they found about 300 plants at a home on delta view way over -- over the weekend. this morning, the contra costa county board of supervisors plan to discuss the closure of a fire department in pittsburg. station 87 shut its doors yesterday. the firefighters' union says the closure will have a significant impact on the department's operations affecting the entire county. the board will look at the fire department's budget. it's the fourth fire station closure since the beginning of the year because of cuts. 7:38. commuters waiting to drive across the new eastern span of the bay bridge, you will you will have to wait until the
holiday see -- you will have to to bait until the holiday season -- to wait until the holiday season. workers are going to repair the bolts by installing a steel saddle. more than 700 rods will have to be adjusted to keep them fromming kraing. >> can't tell us if it's safe, much less how safe it is. >> i don't believe they would let it open unless it was safe. a little annoyed with the delays. >> officials say the work should be finished by december at the earliest. this project is already ten years later. more information is expected to be released following a briefing tomorrow. the broken bolts have a lot of people wondering why some failed and others did not. new reports suggest bay bridge designers used off. shelf industry -- off the shelf
industry standards. the experts also say caltrans didn't put enough effort into the initial specifications. all right. let's check in on the rest of the commute with sal castanedo. how are things going? >> well, tori and dave, things are getting better in some areas but not better in san francisco. northbound 280 coming up on geneva, that crash, about the only good thing we can say, it wasn't a serious injury crash. there were minor injuries. but it did block the freeway for quite sometime. they are moving it to the side. traffic is backed up into daly city. i would say 101 is your definiteny best bet here. 101 san antonio, there was a crash northbound. if you look here at all of the road sensors in mountain view, northbound 101 is going to be very slow and also some of the street lights are out on mountain view city streets because of a power outage. if you work in mountain view, maybe you have your job at google. well, you are gonna be in slow traffic today but don't those
google guys take the bus. i think they do. never mind. let's take a look at westbound bay bridge as you come up to the toll plaza. it is backed up all the way to the maze. those metering lights are on. it's about 20 to a 30-minute delay. let's go to 280 northbound. that's backed up getting around the curve, getting to highway 17. it's 7:40. let's go to steve. sal, have you been over there? they are basketball courts, great food, soccer field. >> it's awesome. >> all right. >> beautiful place by shoreline park. some areas already sunny. it may be hot. not as hot as week. today is the warmest day. there's still going to be a lot of fog near the coast and some areas, i mean, from el granada, half moon bay. brisbane, very, very foggy. also have a former hurricane,
eric, now no longer a hurricane. it will turn extra tropical. the reason i bring it up, it's moving north. a lot of it moves into colder weather. there's a lot of tropical moisture moving up to arizona and southern california. i doubt it makes it here. i know that las vegas is talking about it, parts of southern california talking about it. absolutely record-setting rain in toronto. they had thunderstorms like a train went through. 4 inches of rainfall. all sort esof flood issues. they are still getting rain. things are a lot quieter today. we have a lot of fog on the coast. it doesn't pull off until you hit about l.a. and san diego. some 60s already. had low 50s. santa rosa in there at 51. redwood city, mountain view. in san jose at 61. fairfield had a west at 22. it's now 14, anything under 14 is a sure sign. they are gonna warm up quickly. they are still 20, 25 near port
chicago. things seem to be calming down. 89 las vegas. pawm springs at 86. big system -- well, there's a decent system coming out of the gulf of alaska. it will drop a low. but the combination of those two will start a cooling trend tomorrow. today, warmer inland temperatures, i don't think there's much change coast and bay. maybe a couple of degrees but 60s to mid-90s. there will be others slightly above. it looks like this is the warmest day. continue the theme on thursday. probably into friday. there are some indications of a slight warmup by the weekend. thank you, steve. 7:43. a controversial call to legalize all drugs. the reason the former president of mexico made this recommendation while in san francisco. >> first and foremost i want everyone to know how happy i am to be home with my family and friends. >> the three cleveland kidnapping victims break their silence and explain how they
stocks trading higher this morning after alcoa reported higher-than-expected adjusted profit. among the stocks to watch, barnes & noble up nearly 5% after the book seller said its ceo is leaving after three years. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is up 46. the nasdaq is up 10e. s&p up 7. tesla's stock is up 1.5%. that's after it announced it will join the nasdaq 100 next
monday. it's another sign that palo alto-based car company is growing in value. tesla shares are up 259% since the start of this year. tesla will replace oracle which is moving to the new york stock exchange on monday. we're starting to hear firsthand accounts from the people inside the asiana plane that crashed at sfo. ktvu's pam cook is in the newsroom with reaction from some of the young survivors. >> reporter: good morning. it's incredible to hear their stories. we're starting to hear for the first time from some of the people who lived through those horrible moments as asiana flight 214 slammed into the runway at sfo. one whole family was on board that plane coming back to the bay area from a vacation to south korea to learn about their heritage. it was a scary time for the brothers and sisters of the jang family as they looked around to see if their family was okay.
>> it was like we were bouncing all over the place. i was freaking out. and it stopped. so after everything stopped, i realized i was alive. i saw my brother and sister were just fine and i looked over and my mom and my dad were both on the floor because their seats fell down. >> now, they were all injured but they were all alive. the jang family was sitting in the back of the plane when the tail hit the sea wall and snapped off. now, in our next hour of "mornings on 2" we'll hear more from the teenagers and they will tell us what it was like to make their way through the broken seats and fallen luggage to scramble off the plane. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:48. the three women held hostage for almost ten years in a cleveland, ohio house are now
talking. >> i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. with my head held high, i will not let the situation define who i am. >> amanda berry, gina deje seuss and michelle knight posted this video. ariel castro was arrested march 6s after berry escaped and yelled for neighbors for help. closing arguments begin tomorrow in the richmond gang rape trial. they arrested their case against the two men. they each face life in prison if convicted in the 2009 attack of a 16-year-old girl at a homecoming dance on campus. a man linked to dozens of rapes around the state including 15 right here in the
bay area will be released from prison for before the end of the year. christopher evans hubbard has been convicted and sentenced to two different prison terms since the 1970s. shortly after his release, he grabbed another woman in santa clara. he was sent to colinga medical hospital. a judge says he's ready to be released. the trial for the kasten of the concord -- the captain of the concordia ship got started but the judge stopped it due to anate-day lawyer strike. the captain is accused of causing the shipwreck last january that killed 32 people. the cruise ship remains stuck off the tuscan coast. 7:50. airline passengers are describing an eerie feeling at sfo. >> you hate to say it but
passengers on flights that are landing at sfo are describing what it is like to pass over the asiana's wreckage and then land safely. >> just before i exited, i said to the pilot, thank you for the landing. >> the crash-landing on that runway will be staying there for a while as the ntsb investigating the scene. so that runway remains closed possibly for a week. and asiana airlines will likely pay hundreds of millions of dollars to the people on
that flight. this is according to a top attorney on cnn he says even the passengers who escaped without any physical injuries will likely see settlements from the airline due to posttraumatic stress disorred and with the passengers with serious injuries or the families of -- of the two teens, those will estimate out the lost wages, and future pain and suffering. the bus and light rail riders can down a new app to take a photo of a crime or any suspicious package and then it's immediately isn't to transit police. meantime, the san francisco muni is raising some concerns. the mta is planning to install
36 street level bathrooms for its operators. the relief unit would be about ten feet high, about 8 feet long and almost 13 feet wide. each restroom would cost about $170,000. now, city supervisors say muni should offer this to local businesses to allow them to use their bathrooms instead. we want to check in with sal. what's going on in contra costa county, sal? >> well, on highway 4, this morning, westbound highway 4 and 680 slow, take a look at highway 4 here as you come up over the hill to nearly highway 242. the fire department is out there, someone reported smoke they got there that they just looked at it, it wasn't anything major. it could be distracting traffic on 4 as you head to the hill. let's take a look at the toll plaza. that's been steady and slow for a 30-minute plus delay.
one of the worse commutes is getting into mountain view and menlo park. northbound 101 backed up into san jose in the airport all the way up to menlo park and mountain view because of an earlier crash. 280 is a better bet for you if you can go that way or some side roads. let's go to steve. very warm air on the -- well, the loft is putting the fog down on the deck. you can see the visibility is not so good here. oakland, also reporting some thick fog. shallow marine layer is what we call it. 60 for some. 64, livermore, antioch. ran saf fell, napa at -- san rafael, napa at 54. the low coming out of the gulf of alaska will start a cooling trend tomorrow. there will be temperatures in the low to mid-90s. sea breeze looks like it's falling apart. still a little breezy but not
as strong as yesterday. cooler weather wednesday, thursday, friday. kind of just even things out on saturday. it does look warmer on saturday. tough and wild story. a group of men gets trapped up a tree by wild tigers for days. why the tigers attacked and how those men are doing this morning. and later today, federal investigators hope to complete their interviews with all of the crew members on board asiana flight 214. we'll tell you about the key auto pilot systems that could come into play. and we're live in redwood city where displaced residents at an apartment fire will be returning to gather their belongings and we'll have new information on where this fire started as "mornings on 2" continues. ♪
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it's a mess northbound because of an earlier crash in menlo park. we do have some slow traffic on the -- not slow traffic but some fog on the golden gate bridge. the traffic seems okay. coming up on 8:00, let's go back to the desk. still ahead, we're waiting to hear the very latest from the ntsb about saturday's crash- landing at sfo. we told you earlier on "mornings on 2" that they are still interviewing the pilot. alex savidge has more and you spoke to the investigator as well? >> reporter: yes. they are going to get the pilot's story about what exactly went wrong. yesterday, two of the four crew members were interviewed by the ntsb. essentially investigators are putting together a first-hand
nare raw tiff of what exactly was going on in the cockpit, how the crew was communicating as this boeing 777 came into sfo going much too slow for a safe landing. the triple 7 was going 40 miles an hour below its target speed for landing. the first time the crew realized they needed more speed was 7 seconds before the crash. at that point it was too late. this was a training flight for the pilot at the controls. he's still working on his certification for that type of aircraft. the pilot's system was turned off about a minute and a half before the impact. the aircraft has the auto throttle system. if that system is engaged, it would automatically maintain a safe air speed during landing. >> it's normal for them to turn the auto pilot off as they are coming into land. >> and the auto thrust system would that be problematic if that was turned off?
>> right now we have to determine if it was on or off? >> it could work safely both ways. ntsb investigators are working with their counterparts from korea. an stent investigation seem is -- an accident investigation team in the area. again, the crew members expect to do that today. translators are involved in the interviews. the pilot of the controls has been identified as lee jeong- min. he only fogged about 43 hours at the controls of a boeing 777 when the crash happened on saturday. investigators want to figure out exactly how familiar he and the other crew members are with the systems on board that particular aircraft. this morning, a team of investigators with the ntsb will continue to document the wreckage here at sfo. one key thing they've learned, it appears all of the engines on board that boeing 777 were
working properly at the same tist crash. the ntsb will wrap up the interviews later today and then update their investigation. they will hold a briefing later on this afternoon. live this morning near sfo, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> as you heard alex say, the ntsb is focusing on the pilot's lack of experience with the boeing 777s and if that played a role in the crash. investigators say flight 214 was flying significantly below the target speed just before the plane slammed into the runway. some arriving flights are being delayed, that would delay the departures of the planes for the next flight. the delays are related to both the shut june of a runway and this morning's dense fog.
we could also see more flight cancellations today. at least 100 flights were canceled yesterday. also yesterday additional flights were diverted to other airports, oakland international reports received as many as 15 flights for sfo. mineta san jose reports four planes bound for sfo were sent to san jose. that number is down from 21. new from japan, another boeing 777 bound for san francisco had to turn around and land in tokyo during the night because warning lights flashed in the cockpit. 236 passengers were on board as the jet returned to the airport because of a hydraulic leak. passengers boarded another plane that landed safely at sfo this morning early. the hydraulic system is being investigated. 8:04. in less than half an hour,
residents will be going back to a apartment fire. about 100 residents will be escorted into their homes to get their belongings, brian flores is live in redwood city now to tell us more about what's going on now and about the fatal flames on sunday. >> reporter: good morning. about 100 of those residents will be returning around 8:30 this morning here at the hallmark house of apartment complex, the 500 block of woodside road. as you can see all three floors and several units were damaged. this was just an intense fire which engulfed the apartment complex. it happened before 2:00 in the morning on sunday. this was a six-alarm fire and about 100 firefighters, 20 engines and several ladder trucks were brought in to battle it. this fire proved to be sub stubborn. many residents also were seen waiting on their balconies, waiting to be rescued from the
fire department. the fire displaced a hundred residents. at least 23 people people and firefighters were injured. one man died as a result of the fire. officials believe the fire most likely started where that man was. the fire destroyed the third floor while the first and second floors are complete alsos. despite that, around 8:30, residents will be escorted back into their apartments to collect whatever they can. about 30, 40 residents have been staying at a national guard army opened up bip the red -- opened up by the red cross. at about 8:30 in morning, going until 11:30, residents living on the first floor will be escorted by fire and police officials and will have ten minutes to gather whatever belongings they can. from 1:30 to 4:30 residents on the second floor will be escorted from fire and police
will be given ten minutes to gather what they can. they believe the third floor was completely destroyed and they may not be able to gather belongings for those residents there. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. new this morning, police are out there searching for a missing petaluma man. they are looking for john worth. here's his photo. family members say he left his home on a bike last night and didn't come back. he suffered a traumatic brain injury a couple of years ago in a motorcycle accident. he needs help with everyday injuries. and an 11-year-old autistic boy still missing. the search for him goes on. he was last seen over the weekend in riverside county. today as many as 400 volunteers will search the hills of men ifee -- menifee.
the search is growing. the may not have his food, water or medication. supporters of city college in san francisco will march against the accrediting commission. the walk starts at 4:30 this afternoon at the campus on 4th street. it continues to the state department education offices on beale. last week the college learned in one year, it will lose its acret dation. reports show the they've been suffering from mismanagement and other problems. they are appealing the decision. there was a protest yesterday outside the home of b.a.r.t.'s general manager. contract talks between b.a.r.t. and unions are not expected to resume until friday. the two sides have until august
4th to reach a deal or another strike could be called. august 4th was -- it's getting here quick. >> yes. i need you to use your power with sal. tell him to straighten out the mess on the peninsula. >> can't do it. can't do it. you know we've had too many things going on there, dave and tori. we had a power outage, a big one in mountain view. we had a crash on northbound 101 and i just want to put it on the map. the road sensors are turning deep red on northbound 101 coming out of san jose, all the way back to 280, it's one, long slowdown getting up into mountain view. if you are coming from redwood city, coming the other way, it's not as bad. if you are driving from san jose to mountain view, i would recommend doing something else. maybe you can do 280 or 85. but 101 is not recommended right now. let's take a look at what we have with the live pictures. bay bridge, 25 to 30-minute delay. that's also kind of thick. we don't have any major crashes
on that span. this morning, we also do have a look at 880 near the coliseum and near the oakland airport. traffic here looks fine. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. >> you are welcome, steve. a lot of fog around. shallow, thicker. hayward, napa, richmond. we had a hurricane off the coast of cabo san lucas. it went by. it's now falling apart. there's a lot of moisture streaming up from mexico, that's starting to filter into southern california also into arizona, maybe southern nevada. i don't think it will impact us. maybe central california might deal with it. very warm air aloft on the
ground. highs in the middle of the country is more over oklahoma. the western edge is sliding over. it will allow the fog to be closer to the ground and allow warmer temperatures. 60s on some of these temperatures. 54 seems popular. temperatures inland no problem warming up. fairfield, 14 miles an hour. that delta breeze seems to be less. it was 22 and it's kind of collapsed a little bit. most locations say calm. 59 tahoe. 68 ukiah. 89 in las vegas and palm springs is 86. fresno at 77. the low right here, i know it doesn't look like much, it will combine through and knock the high out of here. start a cooling trend tomorrow. today, temperatures 90s for some. sent helena, 80s for others including sonoma. kentfield, 79. 93 pittsburg to 95 antioch and brentwood. livermore at 93.
73 oakland. castro valley at 79. 95 morgan hill to gilroy. san jose 82. east san jose, it runs about 5, 6 degrees warmer. there's too much fog on the coast. same for san francisco, low to mid-70s on the peninsula. woodside mountain view in there, a little cooler on wednesday. it looks more so on thursday into friday. things kind of settle down. slight warm up inland on sunday. 8:12. a new u.s. policy in afghanistan. president obama's frustration with one man. how it could mean all u.s. troops could withdraw even earlier than planned. and the controversy cross worn by a bay area college student.
well, still reporting some pretty thick fog. hayward, oakland, napa airport. that will warm up. by the coast, a lot of 60s. >> thank you, steve. a severe thunderstorm caused major flooding in toronto. cutting off power to hundreds of thousands of people. they've had almost 4 inches of rain since last night. subways are also shut down because of the flooding. police and firefighters had to use boats for -- for those stranded in the water. there's been a tweet that edward snowden has accepted asylum in venezuela. however, that russian has deleted that tweet. it's still not clear how snowden will get there.
he's reportedly hiding in moscow's airport. the united states has revoked his passport. the news comes after an interview with "the guardian." in that video -- >> companies like google, fack, apple, microsoft, they all get together with the nsa and provide the nsa direct access to the back end of all of the systems you use to communicate, even to send birthday wishes. >> snowden gave that interview "the guardian "in hong kong. president obama's fration is growing with hamid karzai. so the renewed tension could lead to a speedier troop withdrawal from afghanistan. one california senator gets her say on the plans this week.
kyla campbell has more. >> reporter: thursday morning, senator barbara boxer around the rest of the senate eon the foreign relations commit tee have a hearing on. this they will likely debate president obama's consideration of the zero operation that's leaving no troops behind in afghanistan post 2014. it's always been a possibility of president obama's dissatisfaction with hamid karzai and it has increased. now the obama administration could cancel blans to releave -- plans to leave behind a force meant to train insu jempts and security personnel. right now there are 63,000 troops in afghanistan. that numb is scheduled to be reduced to 34,000 by february and it could go down to zero by next summer. live in washington, kyla
campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 8:17. jury selection begins today in a court marshal of the army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 fort hood shooting rampage. mage arthat call is charged with killing -- major nadal is charged with killing and independent injuring people. he faces the death penalty is convicted. some members of congress are calling for withholding u.s. aid to egypt if a civilian government is not quickly restored. but the white house secretary says cutting off aid immediately to egypt would not be in the best interest to the u.s. the press secretary case, the u.s. is still reviewing whether the egyptian's military removal should be labeled a coup under u.s. law that would force them to stop sending aid to ejit -- egypt.
the former president of mexico is asking the united states to legalize not just marijuana but all drugs. vicente fox says total legalization is the key to saving mexico and ultimately the world. he brought this message to san francisco yesterday. it's one of the stops on his national pro-legalization tour. 8:19. happening now in sanford florida, more testimony in the trial of george zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot trayvon martin. these are live pictures inside the courtroom. i'm not sure who that is on the witness stand but these are live pictures. today the jury may hear about trayvon martin's use of marijuana and also the jury may see a computer animation of the fatal shooting. yesterday, the defense called trayvon martin's father to the
witness stand. he testified it was the voice of his son the 911 calls begging for help. however, two sanford, florida police officers testified during their investigation martin's father said those screams were not those of -- those of his son. a judge granted a motion to release the search warrants by 2:00 today if there's no challenge by the defense. hernandez entered a plea of not guilty to murder and gun charges in the shooting of semipro football layer odin lloyd. lloyd's body was found in june at an industrial park not far from the home of hernandez. 8:25. men have been rescued from a tree in indonesia after being trapped there by blood thirsty tigers. the tigers killed a man and chased five others up a tree
last thursday after a men accidentally caught and killed a tiger cub in a deer trap. the men used cell phones to call nearby villagers to help. it took five days for a 30- machine rescue team to reach them. rescuers had to drive the four angry tigers from the base of the tree to get the men down. >> you can imagine that? 8:21. a prayer man who actually -- a bay area man who actually survived the crash at sfo now describing the moment he knew something was wrong. >> i mean, it was really violent. at a point, everybody is screaming -- at that point, everybody was screaming and i thought this is not normal. >> how he helped others get off the train. and steve paulson is here to tell us more about the traffic. 97
>> i'm shouting, get out. get out. quick, quick, leave everything behind. get out, get out, get out. >> leavey says a firefighter gave him this yellow ribbon during triage. he says he will continue to wear it as a tribute to the two teenagers killed. >> several bay area hotels are offering special rates to travelers stranded. the includes the fairmont, the crowne plaza foster city and hilton garden inn in san mateo. they are asking peoples who flights have been delayed for proof of this. our coverage continues online at ktvu.com. that's where you can hear first responders, unedited video of the crash site as well as more pictures. let's go you to where you need to go. highway 101 in san jose is a mess. >> it sure is.
i will tell you why, dave. northbound 101 earlier this morning. we had a crash at san antonio road in the mountain view area between mountain view and palo alto there. 101 backed up all the way to sunnyvale. then it started to mix in with the backup we normally get. and it became long line of traffic. 280 all the way up to mountain view. people are on 280 trying to avoid 101. let's take a look. 280 is a mess. not original thought? traffic is very slow. let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza. that's backed up for a 35- minute delay, a little bit busier than it was yesterday. 8:26. let's go to steve. still some areas reporting thick fog, about a quarter mile visibility. if you don't have the fog and you are out yonder, it's already getting warm. some of that fog was working its way around mt. diablo. high pressure is built in for one more day here. there's a lot of fog on the coast. i don't see much change there.
already 66, though, for anti, 64 for fair field and livermore. 63 san jose. but san francisco, san rafael. 53. san francisco yesterday was 66. we'll go 67 today. really just the west wind that's still in place and all of that fog, even though it will be sunny to mostly sunny. i think the official temperature will come in close to that. a little low spinning to the far left of your screen. that will get drawn up by another system. that starts a cooling trend. in fact, we'll see these top out today. low to mid-90s. coast and bay, 60s and 70s inland. anybody near the water not that warm. but temperatures inland will be in the 90s. after today, they start to cool down. in fact, they will continue to do that into friday. a little bump up in the temperatures by the weekend. >> okay. thank you. 8:27. the passengers sitting in the rear of the asiana jet describing the flightening moments after the plane crashed. >> i looked over at my mom and
my dad and they were both on the floor because their seats fell down. >> the obstacles that family had to overcome just to get out of the wreckage. >> the parents of the two girls killed in saturday's crash have arrived in the bay area as well as parents of survivors. i will tell you what's next for those families. >> reporter: coyote sightings are on the rise in one city. we'll tell you how threatening they've gotten and what the county is doing about it today -- when "mornings on 2" continues. so... [ gasps ]
todays ntsb will hold a news conference. they will tell us more about the crash. they are in the process of questioning the four pilots who were flying that plane. meantime, the families of the two teenaged girls killed in the crash, they are here in the bay area as well. ktvu's katie utehs is live in burlingame to tell us what the father of one of the victims said to the ceo of asiana airlines. >> reporter: well, dave, the family of the victims who were killed and the family members of survivors are also here staying at the crowne plaza hotel as well as ntsb investigators. this place is locked down. they are not getting anybody from the public anywhere near the hotel as well as crews from united airlines who were brought in to help, they are regulating who comes and goes from this hotel. security is stopping everyone who pulled into the driveway, a man working for united airlines told me that only hotel guests are allowed to enter. there are no scheduled events
here today. >> easy, now. easy, now. >> reporter: you are looking at video taken at sfo late last night as the asiana airlines' representative, who is escorting the victims' family, left the international terminal. as he was warmed by media, the rep said he's in town to coordinate events for the families. he picked them up from the tarmac and got them on a bus and took them to the hotels. on the trip to the u.s., one of the fathers of the victim who died had words for the ceo of asiana airlines. he said he was dissatisfied about the handling of this.
the 16-year-old victims were traveling to attend a summer camp in southern california. they were accomplished students and good friends, it's reported. one of them was ejected during the plane -- from the plane during the crash. the other girl was found near the wreckage and may have been hit by a first responder's vehicle. the coroner said it could be a few weeks to confirm whether or not that's what killed him. the parents of the two victims are scheduled to go to the coroner's office with the grim task of identifying their bodies. meanwhile, survivors are trying to get things like new glasses if theirs were broke and during the crash and get travel documents so they at some point can make their way home. live in burlingame, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the asiana airlines' plan crash is a source of shame for south korea. south korea's president issued a statement saying he's concerned about how the plane
crash reflects on the country. the ceo of asiana airlines also apologized for the crash, not just to the passengers and their families but to all of south korea. asiana airlines is based in south korea. 8:33. over two dozen people injured in the plane crash remain at bay area hospitals. san francisco general says 17 patients are still there out of 62 initially. six are in critical condition. ten remain at stanford hospital out of the 55 originally sent there and one person there is listed as critical. lucile packard children's hospital has discharged all its patients. the stanford blood center is asking for more blood donations following the plane crash. the blood center is a main supplier to stanford hospital and the lucile packard's children's hospital. the blood center said supplies were already low following the 4th of july holiday.
aviation officials say safety changes over the years helped save lives during the asiana plane crash. companies have built tougher seat belts and seats designed to withstand traumatic force. before 1988, the seats were only designed to absorb nine times the force of gravity. but now that number is 16. photos and video of the asiana flights show rows of seats that are still intact. allowing passengers to unbuckle and run to those emergency exits. airlines also now line the inside of cabins with fire resistant materials to help stall a fire. and fleapts are trained to clear a plane within -- flight attendants are trained to clear a plane within 90 seconds. our coverage continues at ktvu.com. you can hear first-hand accounts of the emergency responders there and also see unedited video from the crash site as well as more photos. 8:35. wildlife experts are warning people in and around saratoga
about coyotes on the prowl. ktvu's janine de la vega talked to the experts this morning about how they are trying to catch the animals. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're here in the saratoga hills. it's a residential neighborhood. there's, though, some open land and in recent months, residents say the number of coyotes that they've seen roaming around here and their threatening paver has increased and they fear -- behavior has increased and they fear somebody may get hurt. they set up a cage-like trap in the area between highway 9 to lure the coyotes. nothing was caught. so workers will set up a different type of snare or collar-like trap. food and scent are used as bait which is considered humane. one resident said he sees coyotes nearly every day here but says recently the population has exploded. he doesn't feel like enough is being done to keep the
neighborhood safe. >> i'm glad. that's the first time in the 15 years they've done anything about it. and saratoga -- they are talking about doing somebody but nobody is doing anything. we put a trap there. mark my word, something's gonna happen. >> reporter: the city says the increase in sitings is due to -- sightings is due to urban scrawl. investigator control says the coyotessate peer to have lost their fear of humans which is why they are attacking chickens and cats. state law does not allow the relocation of animals so once they are captured, they will be put down. the city as well as vector control is advising those people who live in the neighborhood not to leave food out, including pet foot to secure their garbage lids and
if they encounter them, they are telling people to appear intimidating, make loud noises to keep them away. back to you. >> thank you. a sonoma state student who said she was asked to stop wearing a cross around her neck says she may now leave the school. audrey jarvis says a supervisor asked her to remove the cross last month when she was working at a school event at sonoma state. jarvis said she was told she couldn't wear the cross while representing the school. sonoma state officials apologized to jarvis yesterday saying the supervisor made an error and they hope that she enrolls this fall. let's check back with sal. big problems in the south bay. a lot of slow traffic there. and also tori. northbound 280 is one of the freeways we've seen with a lot of slow traffic. southbound 280 is also slow there as you can see on the left. people are trying to avoid highway 101. that's because of an earlier crash in palo alto that blocked lanes and really caused a mess
all over the place. kind of a chain reaction mess. i will he show you on the map -- i will show you on the map, a lot of red road sensors. northbound 101 is backed up from 280 into mountain view. and looking at the pesky bay bridge toll plaza, it's not improved, 30, 35-minute delay getting into san francisco. let's go to steve. a very good foggy morning for some. not for all. now, yesterday it was way up here. it's come down here. high pressure is building in over it. there's a lot out here. almost all the way down to catalina island and then it peoples off a little bit -- peels off a little bit. the coast deals with a lot of fog and mainly a lot of 60s. the big old stubborn, that biggin high kind of sliding to the west. nothing like last week. the wernl edge allows some of the -- western edge allows some
of the temperatures up. there's a little lee right here. that's going to -- low right here. that's going to combine and the combination of the two will start a cooling trend. today we start off foggy, warmer. but the cooling begins tomorrow. we'll go from the mid-90s tothe 80s. 64 livermore, concord -- i think this is the higher elevation so it's probably closer to 61. 50s for some. redwood city 61. 65 sacramento to already 89 las vegas and 86 palm springs. tropical clouds kind of inching up from the remains of some -- one was a hurricane, also some cloud cover coming up from old mexico. some of that may drift northward over the next few days. we have a lot of lead time on that. temperatures anywhere from 60s to 90s. i mean clearlake, vacaville, fairfield in there. santa rosa, novato, san rafael,
78. sonoma, 82. 95 antioch. 73 oakland. berkeley, 72. 82 san jose. that's downtown out by east san jose. 90s morgan hill to gilroy and san martin, santa clara, 81. 60s on the coast. too much fog. south san francisco, 73. san bruno, brisbane, 71. woodside, 78. a little cooler on wednesday. even more so on thursday as the system deepens across the west coast. temperatures coming in below average. maybe a little warmup but that's far inland by the weekend. a protest at theport of oakland -- at the port of oakland. why union members are blocking trucks from entering. and a deadly redwood city fire displaced about a hundred residents. what residents are saying about how the fire started. >> reporter: and federal
alcoa is up 6 cents with a report that beat expectations, thanks from growing demand from auto and aircraftmakers. >> this afternoon, the ntsb is expected to release more information about saturday's crash-landing at sfo. ktvu's alex savidge is live in millbrae where he talked to the ntsb spokesperson about the investigation. good morning. alex. >> well, good morning. investigators really are trying to put together a first-hand narrative of exactly what happened inside the cockpit leading up to the crash of asiana flight 214 on saturday. later today, ntsb investigators expect that they will question the pilot at the control of this bowing 777 when this happened and try to understand why he was coming into sfo
firsthand accounts from the people who were actually inside the asiana plane that crashed at sfo. ktvu's pam cook is in the newsroom telling us the reaction from one of the young survivors, pam. >> yeah, it's really incredible to hear some of their stories. some of the people who lived through those horrible moments as asiana flight 214 slammed into the runway at sfo. one whole family was on board that plane. 15-year-old ester, 13-year-old joseph and 11-year-old sara jang and their parents were all inside that plane coming back to the bay area after a family vacation to south korea to learn about their heritage. they were all sitting in the back of the plane when the tail hit the sea wall and snapped off. it was hard to get out. my brother and sister went out and exited on the right. i realized i was lirning and
their -- livermoreing and their exit didn't -- i was limping and their exit didn't have a slide. so a flight attendant brought me to another exit that had a slide on the opposite side of the plane. >> when we all reunited like my family and i, i was really glad and i started crying. >> they were reunited with their parents on board the plane. they were all injured in the crash. not sure exactly how, but they remember their heads snapping forward. luggage falling from overhead and the seats crumbling as well. now, the ntsb will continue their investigation into the crash and not just the crash but the evacuation after that as well to determine exactly what happened and to see if things can be done better in the future. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. thank you. meantime, 8:49.
let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories. another boeing 777 heading to san ancisco from japan last night had to turn around and go back to tokyo. it had an hydraulic leak that set off warning lights. passengers boarded another plane that did land safely at sfo this morning. the new eastern span of the bay bridge won't open during labor day. crews need more time to fix broken bolts. and president obama considering pulling all u.s. troops out of afghanistan next year. originally the plan was to leave some of the troops there in a training capacity but reportedly president obama is getting more frustrated with afghan president hamid karzai. 8:50. developing news of a protest at the port of oakland. union members are picketing outside of the marine and the shipping line birth over what
they are calling a vie lalths of the contract. the protest is keeping trucks from entering the berth. ktvu has a crew on scene and we'll bring you more on this developing story as we get it. investigators in yoes have found a plane and his pilot missing since disease. the wreckage was found -- december. the wressage was found oefer -- wreck am was found over -- the wreckage was found over the terrain. the pilot left from santa barbara to mammoth lakes when the plane disappeared during a storm. rangers plan to remove the plane over the next several weeks. a wildfire shut down a major highway near sacramento, it's now 40% contained. some traffic is being escorted through the area on highway 50 which had been closed. two outbuildings have been kes i stroked -- have been destroyed. no evacuations have been ordered. well, today is the day the
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residents are returning to the scene of a massive and deadly apartment fire in redwood city. 100 residents are being escorted into their homes. brian flores is live with more information on sunday's fatal flames. >> reporter: many residents have begun the process. the fire department as well. they are helping residents to gather belongings that they have left. this was just an intense fire
which engulfed the apartment complex on woodside road here. it happened before 2:00 a.m. on sunday. this was a six-alarm fire and about 100 firefighters, 20 engines and several ladder trucks are put in -- were brought in to battle it. many residents were seen waiting on their balconies waiting to be rescued. overall, the fire displaced close to 100 residents, 23 people and three firefighters were injured. this morning, one man died. his body was found inside the apartment as a result of the fire. we're still working to identify him. we spoke to several residents who say they are still looking forward to piecing together their lives. >> now i'm homeless but i'm very disturbed this place would burn so fast. >> the news reports that the fire destroyed the third floor while the first and second floors are considered complete
losses. about 30 to 40 residents have within stay -- have been temporarilily staying at a national guard unit. residents have ten minutes to gather whatever belongings they can and they can get their cars as well. and then at 1:30, those residents living on the second floor can gather whatever belongings they can. i'm brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. it's ticket tuesday and today's winners will feel worlds away with tickets to cirque du soleil on november 14th. this is a story of a mysterious island guided guide -- guided by the cycles of the moon. go to ktvu before midnight and put in the secret word "entertainment." let's go to sal. we have an update in san francisco. >> a motorcycle officer involved in a crash in san francisco 16th and julian. avoid the area. >> a lot of response there.
101 and 280 in san jose are still a mess because of earlier problems. let's go to steve. some fog, warm to hot inland. but a cooling trend starts tomorrow and goes to the end of the week. >> tomorrow? >> yes. >> all right, steve. that's our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be sure to watch the news at noon for more on the scheduled ntsb news conference well we're going to learn -- where we'll learn more. we're always here for you at ktvu.com. thank you for joining us. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats
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