tv Eyewitness News Morning Edition CBS September 25, 2013 6:00am-7:00am EDT
outside. >> it is. it is really pretty. star filled. stop and take a look up. 47 degrees right now on tv hill is going to be still 3 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. by lunch a few high passing fair weather clouds. 76 on its way to a high near 80. now over to sharon at traffic control. sharon. >> good morning. we've made it through our first hour of our morning commute with not really any problems. the one accident we did have was short-lived. it's gone now. speeds are good. 55 and 54 on the beltway top and west sides. 56 and 55 on 95 southbound between white marsh and the tunnel. there's a look at your speeds all around. seeing lots of 50s out there on the major roadways. there's a look at the topside of the beltway. still looking great at harford road.
the west side getting closer to delays. it's still running pretty close to full speed at 70. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. >> thank you. new details this morning about a story we first brought you as breaking news this time yesterday. a car crash leaves three people dead. wjz and mike schuh are live at city police head quarters. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. the investigation has move ed d from northern parkway and york down here to police head quarters where investigators are trying to figure out if they're officers did the right thing before that crash. >> a neighbor gives me this video showing fire erupting from both of the cars involved in the car. rescue crews try to save the woman trapped inside the white jeep and the two men inside the burning honda accord. >> i was up in my room and i heard this big boom and then tires screech. >> angela and her husband race outside and shoot this dramatic video seconds after the cars collide. >> a cop car was already
sitting out here when we came outside. helicopters were already circling. >> police officials say that officers in plain clothes and in an unmarkeded car were following the honda accord from harford road and east 25th street where they witnessed some sort of criminal activity. >> they attempted to stop the vehicle. the vehicle did not yield to the officers. >> that honda sped north on york. it broadsided the jeep here. the force of the impact sends both vehicles flying off the street onto another street. >> this is where it was. >> this accident happened right no front of the residential home where paul black works. he watched and recorded the rescue crews pulling the woman out. she died as did the two men in the honda accord. the driver survived. >> he was stumbling. i guess it was the driver of the jeep. he fell. >> he was dazed. he didn't know what was going on. >> police now want to know if the undercover officers were chasing the suspects in
violation of the pursuit policy. sdmrsz >> -- >> we have a lot of questions right now. >> reporter: the suspects have been identified as 26-year-old davel johns and 28-year-old terrell young. i'm mike schuh reporting live at police head quarters. back to you. >> thank you. that major intersection of york and northern parkway was shut down for hours causing huge back ups. it has since reopened. in the wake of the washington navy yard shooting the navy wants big changes to the way background checks are done. investigators say aaron alexis lied about a previous arrest for a gun-related incident. since he was arrested but not charged it didn't come up during his background check. the navy is now asking the pentagon to allow it to obtain all police records for potential employees and contractors. the president of kenya said a four-day terror attack at a mall in nairobi is finally over. now as families mourn dozens of victims killed in the attack both kenya and the u.s. are
increasing security measures. the report for wjz. >> a large plume of smoke rose from westgate mall. officials report there could be terrorists or traps inside the building even though kenya's president insists all the attackers are dead or arrested. >> we have defeated our attackers. that part of our talk has been completed by our multiagency security team. >> dozens were killed in this weekend's attack and four-day stand off. the death toll is expected to climb. three floors of the mall partially collapsed during tuesday's military raid. the red cross said there's still 65 people unaccounted for. >> kenya's president said he cannot confirm americans were involved in the attack. they have had success recruiting americans. that has security
experts here concerned. >> after receiving the training they might return and try to conduct similar attacks in the united states. >> police in new york decided to deploy counterterrorism units in the days following the attacks. >> you know in the back of their mind they're thinking there's a companion piece for attack from the same network. >> minnesota's mall of america has increased security. >> three floors at the mall have now collapsed. some bodies are still believed to be trapped in the rubble. one of those killed was a johns hopkins graduate who was 8 months pregnant. rochelle richie explains she's being remembered by classmates and a former president. >> gunshots echo throughout the west gate mall in nairobi, kenya sending hundreds of people running for their living. in the mall 33-year-old elif yavuz and her partner ross langdon
were both shot dead. yavuz was 8 months pregnant. she graduated from johns hopkins in 2004 and dedicated her life to improving the lives of others. today bill clinton honor ed ed her life. >> i hope they can be a metaphor for what we're all about. i asked you to remember them and their families. >> after finishing her european studies with johns hopkins yavuz earned a degree in public health. >> it was shocking. that was the word. >> yavuz's husband ross langdon committed to providing people with better lives. he designed an hiv aids hospital pro bono in africa. friends are stunned. >> yavuz was expect ed to deliver in just two weeks.
i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> thanks. the mall is popular with foreigners living in kenya. the government is seeking dismissal of a petraeus-related lawsuit. it's been filed by jill kelly, who claims her privacy was violated by the fbi, pentagon and other officials. she said they wrongly released her identity to reporters. the justice department said there's no proof that kelly's rights were tampered with. this morning in baltimore county the search is on for a man charged with attempted first degree murder. police are trying to track down 25-year-old joey high. they say he's wanted in connection with the july shooting on liberty road in wood lawn. high is also facing charges of assault and using a firearm during a felony crime. anyone with information is urged to contact baltimore county police. maryland state police are asking for the public's help in finding the hit and run driver
who killed a pedestrian in west ocean city. troopers say 58-year-old gerald sherof died after crossing 50 at west elm street. they say the vehicle is a full-sized red ford pick up with likely front end damage. it's official, maryland's attorney general is now running the for governor. >> i'd like to introduce to all of you my father and the next governor of the state of maryland, doug gansler. >> gansler kicked off his campaign for the democratic nomination yesterday. he's a former montgomery county state's attorney and serving his second term as attorney general. he said his focus will be on jobs and business. the orioles are eliminated from the post season hunt after a loss to the blue jays. there was good news for the o's. no surgery is needed for manny machado after that frightening knee injury. with rest and
rehab doctors believe the o's all star 3rd baseman should be ready for spring training. the orioles lose 3-2 against the blue jays. because cleveland won the o's are officially eliminated from a playoff contention. >> you know, look, social media -- rightly so. we wear orange today proudly. >> yes. >> social media last night, it was all complimenting. they gave it all they had. with a few stronger arms, not that the pitcher staff didn't try, we may still be this thing until the 158th game. last time it was the 157 games. there's a glaring fact 14 out of the past 15 years we have not gone to the playoffs. we haven't had a world series in 30.
that was pointed out by buck last night. he he basically said, we were expecting a different outcome. we knew what we wanted to do. having said that, keep calm and trust buck. something tells me these guys are going to -- as bryan billick would say, kick the door in, scream like a banche. >> yeah. >> you know, we have great weather coming up. blue jays coming to town, red sox coming to town. it's going to be hard to ruin their year. doesn't mean they have to leave baltimore with a good taste in their mouth. let's go out and have some sox. 76 degrees at lunch on its way to a high of 78. 49 degrees right now around the metro. ron, good morning. how are you? thoughts? >> reporter: well, i'm buckled up for next season. i can tell you about that. you got to feel great for manny machado. what
that injury could have been, it could have been devastating, surgery. none of that. they're saying 8 week s s after rehab he's going to be all right for opening day. >> you know what else -- >> reporter: that's the best news. >> if you look at individual statistics this year these guys had some tremendous moments. you know, just take away crush davis and that homerun count. look at what the other guys did. they had banner years. >> reporter: yeah. manny was leading the league in doubles with 51. >> yeah. how about that? >> reporter: im going to have a double this morning in his honor. we're at the b and o brassery this morning. bill >> good to see you. >> reporter: they are great chefs. they very cheffing all night for us. it's the big crab bash. i'll tell you all about a
good morning. thanks for being with us. 47 now, 92% humidity. barometer is 29.96. we have a really slow but a real infusion of mild humid air moving our way. this time yesterday in western maryland it was in the upper 30s in many locations. 46 hagerstown, 48 elkton, the low 50s easton, ocean city and pax river. westminster and bel air 46, 47 greater columbia, 51 rock hall, 58 annapolis and kent island. this big dome of high pressure continues to run our weather. moisture down to the south stays there. we will spread a few high clouds around today but another fine fall afternoon. lose the clouds tomorrow and saturday. super pleasant conditions sunday. we may cloud up, frontal boundary may slide through the area on -- let's say
late sunday into early monday. 78 today. 54 tonight. patchy fog is in and out not out of the question. 76 on tomorrow and saturday . we hope to clear it out monday with a high of 76. i got to be hon honest with you, one computer model is forecasting a small coastal tomorrow, nothing to be concerned about, to form and give us rain on monday. now to sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. it's a great morning on the roads. at least so far. still speeds pretty good on the topside of the beltway at full speed. the west side starting to see minor delays. 51 is now your average. on 95 still at full between white marsh and the tunnel as well as all your other major roadways. that's a look at the west side of the beltway. we're
experiencing some minor delays. 51 is your average on the outer loop. that's a look at the topside looking good at harford road. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go? well, toyota is ready to take you there. now is great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. all right. ron, i think late september is a great time for crabs. you want me to tell you why? a lot of them start coming out of the bush river from the lower northern portion of the bay. those are the big boys that have managed tor survive. -- managed to survive. >> reporter: the former head quarters for the legendary baltimore ohio railroad, we're right here at the b and o american brass. 4th annual crab bash is tomorrow night.
this has become a huge event. we have matthew the chef. >> good morning. >> reporter: let's talk about this event. it's tomorrow night. you are hosting. >> we are host ing the event. this is the fourth year in a row. this is the first year i'm doing it solo. i'm going to take our own team in and see how we do this year. >> reporter: now, your dish is over there. exactly what is it? >> it's actually just an example of something we have on our dinner menu here. it's an 8 ounce maryland crab cake, a whole grain and then a little bit of pickled mayo on top. >> reporter: i'll take two, one for here and one to go. this is bill executive chef. how are you doing? >> good morning. >> reporter: thank you for coming out. let's talk about your dish. you have a crab salad? >> yes, it's a deconstructed version of a maryland crab soup.
i have my tomato chilly sauce with maryland crab with maryland relish that we've been doing with all the great corn coming out of the area. just kind of a play on that. >> reporter: very good. it looks good. it smells good. let's talk about how you can get tickets for tomorrow night's crab bash. >> if your hurry go on line today to missiontix.com. $35 if you get them today. if you wait until tomorrow $40 and then $40 at the door. so missiontix.com. >> reporter: what time does it start? >> 6 o'clock. >> >> reporter: >> reporter: 6 o'clock already and i was just in the middle of a dream. jessica and marty, it feels toesty in here. >> you're standing next to the brick oven. >> reporter: what's the temperature? >> 560 degrees. >> reporter: i thought i was having a hot flash for a second. thank you. live at b and o
has the story. >> it might sound like a traditional spanish class. the way hannah gonzalez's students are learning the language is anything but. students smart phones, lab tops and tablets are now allowed to be used in some classrooms. >> in spanish it helped me with words i may not know how to pronounce or finding words we haven't learned yet. >> mount he born high is piloted for the bring your own device program. >> they can do it and it's their style. >> what happens if a student doesn't have a smart phone or tablet. staff say no student is left out. >> i harnessed partners. so when you and your partner get out a cell phone and use it for this purpose. i can always get three or four laptop from the mobile lab they can use as well. >> there are strings attached with the privilege. principal rule says student haves to sign
an acceptable use policy. if they are used inappropriately or disrupt class they could not use it anymore. >> we trust them to use it properly. the kids do that. >> that honor system allows students to stay plugged in. christie illeto, wjz eyewitness news. >> the school districts say they will review the pilot program throughout the school year. for more details head to cbsbaltimore.com. next up this morning right here on wjz. >> kenyan forces look for any remaining hostages for terrorists after a mall massacre. that story coming up. what role if any did police have in causing that triple fatal accident in north baltimore. i'm mike schuh, a live report from police head quarters next. racing the clock. a construction work wither trapped in a trench as it fills with water. good morning, i'm meghan mccorkell. the daring rescue straight ahead. so far just some minor
delays on area roadways. we will keep you updated though. right now over to marty. she stars in amc the killing and teamed up with brad pitt for world war z. lorea ennis is on coffee with as the film comes out on blue ray to talk about a family action thriller. look at that sunrise. check that out. that's beautiful. the morning edition continues right after this h. -- right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
other than a couple passing fair weather clouds. 47 degrees on tv hill. that's going to be 3 warmer than this time yesterday. 76 degrees at lunch on its way to a high of 80. now over the sharon at traffic control. >> good morning. still a good morning on the roads. we have one accident that's just come in on north charles at east fayette. other wise just minor delays on the beltway. 38 is now your average on the west side outer loop. a 16 minute drive time between 795 and 95. 95 still looking good between white marsh and the tunnel. that's a look at the topside of the beltway looking good at harford road. a look at the west side. a bit jammed. 38 is your average speed on the outer loop. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's jessica. >> thank you. kenya's president is declaring the west gate mall secure after a four day gun battle with terrorists. security remains tight in the
african nation and here in the u.s. >> a large plume of smoke rose from the mall. sources report there could be terrorists or traps inside the building even though kenya's president insists all the attackers are dead or arrested. >> we have ashamed and defeated our attackers. that part of task has been completed by our multiagency security team. >> the death toll is expected to climb. three floors of the mall partially collapsed during the raid. the red cross said there's still 65 people unaccounted for. >> kenya's president said he cannot confirm that americans were involved in the attack. the al-shaab terrorist group has had success in recruiting
americans. >> after getting training they might return and try to conduct similar attacks in the united states. >> police in new york decided to deploy counterterrorism units in the days following the attacks. >> in the back of their mind they're thinking there is a companion piece for the same attack from the same network. >> mall of america has also increased security. >> the president declared three days of mourning for his country starting today. police release new details about the murder of a california woman whose daughter was abducted. according to the medical examiner christina anderson was tied up and duct tape, beaten and asphyxiated before her daughter was abducted by james demagio. police tracked down 16-year-old hannah anderson and fatally shot her kidnapper. a fiery early morning accident leaves three people dead and the fourth hospitalized this morning.
now city police are trying to figure out who is at fault. mike schuh is live at city police head quarters this morning. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning . yesterday a car ran into a jeep at high speed and three people were killed. the question is, was that car being chased and pursued by undercover police officers in violation of city policy. >> a neighbor gives me this video showing fire erupting from both of the cars involved in the crash. rescue crews try in vain to save the woman trapped inside the white jeep and the two men inside the burning honda accord. >> i was in my room and i heard this big boom and tires screech. >> angela and her husband race outside and shoot this dramatic video seconds after the cars collide. >> a cop car was already sitting out here. we came outside helicopters were already circling. >> police officials say that officers in plain clothes and in an unmarked car were following the honda accord from harford
road and east 25th street where the officers witnessed some sort of criminal activity. >> they attempted to stop the vehicle. the vehicle did not yield to the officers. >> that honda sped north on york. it broadsided the jeep here. the force of the impact sends vehicles flying off the street onto another street. >> this accident happened right in front of the residential home where paul black works. he watched and recorded the rescue crews pulling the woman out. she later died as did the two men in the honda accord. the jeep's driver survived. >> he was stumbling down here. i guess it was the driver of the jeep. he like fell right there. >> he was daze d. he was very -- he didn't know what was going on. >> police want to know if the undercover officers were chasing the suspects in violation of the department's restrictive pursuit policy. >> we have a lot of questions right now. unfortunately we have more questions than answers. >> reporter: the driver had injuries, not noticeable to
those who saw him initially get out of the car. he is listed in critical condition at a local hospital. jessica, back to you. >> thank you. that major intersection at york and northern parkway and -- was shut down for hours. one man is killed another injured in a cecil county home robbery. several robbers entered the home in northeast. 19-year-old kenneth curry was shot and taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. another man was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. a frederick county construction worker is lucky to be alive this morning. crews work to save him after a trench collapses. meghan mccorkell has the story. >> good morning. that man was work ing ing on a municipal water main when it burst trapping him in the trench. >> water and mud rise around a
construction worker trapped in a trench. >> it was a pretty dangerous situation. he was up to here. >> rescue officials say the 49-year-old man was working on a municipal water main near eagle head drive in new market when a pipe burst just after 3:00. >> that caused some of the debris around the sides and the water to start to cave in on him. >> water was cut off to the area as heavy equipment was brought in to shore up the trench. a tedious process. then firefighters worked to free the man's legs. >> team from howard and montgomery counties were called out to assist. >> there was a lot of rescue crews from all over. from howard county, montgomery county, frederick county. they just keep coming and coming. >> wjz was there more than 3 hours later as emergency crews finally free the man. the fire chief said he was exhausted but remained stable the entire time. >> we learned the injured
worker is from pennsylvania. he's been taken to shock trauma for treatment. meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> the fire chief credits the quick thinks of first responders for saving that man's life. a warning from montgomery county police. thieves are targeting atm users in bethesda and chevy chase. credit card skimming devices were found on atms in those areas several times. many account numbers were used fraudulently. consumers are urged to always inspect credit card reading machines before using them. if they look loose, crooked or damaged don't use it, notify an attendant. team usa is poised to pull off one of the greatest come backs in racing history. they won their 7th straight race. teresa garcia reports for wjz. >> oracle team usa breezed,
winning race 18 by 54 seconds. >> the comeback was complete. >> the fans cheer ed. after trailing 8-1 last wednesday usa has won its 7th straight race and forced a winner take all final with team new zealand. >> they're going to keep the fire going today. >> victory eluded new zealand in tuesday's first race after they fouled team usa. the bump was enough to push oracle ahead. they are unphased and did a final dance. >> it has drug on into the third week after windy conditions postponed several races. the longest america's cup in its 162-year history will now finish with a historic show down. >> we see two great teams
evenly matched battling it out until the end. >> race 19 will determine which team sails away with the america cup. >> the final race will start this afternoon at 4:15 eastern time. the orioles season will officially end in september after another loss. o's officials learned manny machado will not need summer ri after his frightening knee injury. with rest and rehab they believe he should be up and ready for spring training. the orioles couldn't keep their lead during their game against the blue jays. they lose 3-2. the oh o's oh official o's are officially e limliminated. this sunday the ravens head to buffalo. kick off comes your way at 1:00 p.m. our coverage continues when the game is over.
stay with us with highlights and reaction with the post game analysis. >> two things. one, manny machado got a standing ovation for sitting in the dugout as he should. number two, let's talk ravens here. >> okay. >> as a fan , that's what football talk is about, by the time we've come on the air you've seen the highlights a dozen time, we've been stated to death. let's just talk football. i want them to put these guys away quick. i mean quick. i don't want them to play down to their level, i want them to come out and put the bills away quick. to the point at halftime i would think to myself, i can start checking out that nascar race. i want this game over with by the end of the first quarter. >> all right. >> there's no reason not to. i know, every team in the nfl is a great football team. having said that, some brands of coffee are better than others. am i
many degrees warmer in western maryland this morning than yesterday. oakland and cumberland were basically in the upper 30s. 36 hagerstown, 48 elkton, the low 50s easton, ocean city, pax river, 58 annapolis and kent island. this big dome of high pressure continues to run our weather. there's going to be moisture passing by to our south, harmlessly. it is going to spread a few high clouds over the area which is actually out there right now. the sunset is
in killer mode. gorgeous. pleasant today, tomorrow and friday and saturday. this trend continues. 78 degrees is going to be the high this day. i'm going to rule out the chance of morning fog in a few minutes. we will watch for as we keep getting an infusion of warm air 54 tomorrow. it was 47 degrees -- it's currently 47 on tv hill. so 54 tomorrow night, there's that infusion of warm, humid air. 76 friday, saturday. we will cloud up sunday , 76. monday may not be all this good. we may be putting showers in the out look by week's end. 76 will be the high. over to sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> it's starting to get busier. on the inner loop of the beltway an accident at camp meade road. route 40 at middle river road and one more in the city north charles at east fayette. speeds slow on the top and west sides
outer loops of the beltway. 95 southbound slowing down now between white marsh boulevard and the beltway. 48 is now your average. that's a look at that west side delay there. the outer loop obviously to the right there at 70. that is a look out the topside. it's looking like a beautiful sunrise. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland state toyota dealer. do you dream of all the places you'd like to go? toyota will take you there. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. this morning's coffee with is with lorea ennis and it is furnished by paramount home theater. >> welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. how are you doing? >> i'm very well. thank you. how you ? >> doing great. can i just tell you that it's awesome that your out fit matches the z on the logo. >> i didn't even think about that. that was a happy accident.
>> i'm trying to figure out why they put brad pitt on the cover instead of you. >> well, people like him. >> [laughter] >> that was a good safe answer. we do a ton of these things. don and i have been doing this show for three decades. we're done so many we can tell if somebody is in a good mood, want to be there, don't want to be there. you've got a great vibe going on. >> how am i doing? >> you're doing fine. >> okay. >> you got a great vibe going. you really are excite ed d about this project, which you're still involved in. >> i am. >> you've got a great resume. what was so excite ed e -- so exciting about this? >> well, i love an action movie. it's one of my favorite generas to go see. on top of that you have wonderful brad pitt and this family story that is so compelling. it makes you care about the movie, that the family loves each other and
trying to survivor. it had everything that i would want. >> what is your favorite action movie just out of curiosity since you brought it up? >> i love aliens, the second one. >> you're hard core. >> it's a good one. >> i can feel spit dropping from the ceiling right now. you are hard core. wow. >> i look at the box where it says new unrated cut. so are we seeing scenes, some of your scenes perhaps that we didn't see at the theater? >> well, it's mostly scary stuff not appropriate for the kids who wanted to go to the theater. it's awesome for the grown ups. . >> you got me sold again. >> as a performer, as someone really close to the project you know the scenes you've shot. you know the script. now all the sudden you see the final cut.
is there a real, come on, why did you cut that? was there some of that when you saw this? the theater version? >> no. not at all. i think this final version reaches all of the poe that this movie had. i think they did an incredible job mark and brad and the editing team a capturing everything that we were trying to get. all the amazing suspense. >> that's saying something. >> a lot of green screens. a lot of substantial doubt -- a lot of standing in an empty room. >> no, actually not at all. there definitely was some green screen that had to be done, like in the israel sequence with the zombies climbing the walls. most of the time it was crazy
stunt men in make up chasing us. >> that's cool. >> that really is cool. there's something to be said about a human element. >> it totally makes a difference. i don't know how you create the same thing if you're stairing at nothing. >> with zombies climbing a wall you sold me a third time. >> all you have to do is walk in the news room and you see that right now. that's not a big deal . >> in the minute we have left, what are you working on now? >> i have a few different things coming out. in january for those action folks i have a movie with articled -- with arnold coming out. >> maybe you'll be doing another satellite tour and we'll have you on the show again. >> that's very possible.
>> you need to make sure you color coordinate your out fit with the poster. >> whatever that poster is, i'll keep that in mind. >> it was great in the theaters. here it is on blue rye and dvd just in time for the holidays. we will talk to you later. >> yes. >> see you. >> thanks. bye-bye. >> next time she should is try to be in a better mood. >> i'm telling you. >> ramp it up a little. >> that was a treat. we're taking a break and coming right back with more of the eyewitness news morning edition. ,,,,,,,,,,,
now updated weather and traffic together. let's start with marty. the beautiful sunrise continues. the upper 40s right now. 78 is going to be the high this afternoon. a few passing fair weather clouds and that's about it. here is is sharon at wjz traffic control. good morning. over all a pretty good morning on the roads. a couple of issues. one of them an accident on the inner loop of the beltway at camp meade road. it doesn't seem to be causing delays at the moment. middle river on pulaski highway at middle river road. one more in the city on north charles at fayette. speeds on the top and west sides of the beltway now averaging in the mid 0s. about a 16 minute drive time on the outer loop, top and west sides. that's a look at your speeds on 95. 44 your slowest spot between white marsh and the beltway. that's a look outside. you can see traffic move ing pretty well there south of the beltway. that's a look at the west side of the beltway at old court road. you can see the
break lights in the distance. this traffic report is brought to you by jiffy lube. change a life. visit jiffy lube before september to support the ms association. back over to you. >> thank you. city police are investigating a horrific car crash in north baltimore that left three people dead, another hospitalized. three people were killed when two cars collided early tuesday morning on northern parkway at york road. it happened soon after police began to pursue a suspect's vehicle. the other person was also critically injured. police are now trying to figure out if the accident is the result of officers violating the department's anti-chase policy. it was a special evening at pimlico. o brigance's new book will go on sale next month. it is inspiration to help people with als,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,