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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On KCBS. Melissa Call Ross with the program that's helping Californians get rid of unwanted medications safely and easily the pandemic still looming. The Bay Area. Travelers are getting back on planes more on that in just a few minutes and a hurricane is expected to make landfall in Florida over the weekend. Good evening. Thank you for joining us. I'm Peter Finch case. CBS News Time is 8 31 CBS News update late word from the National Hurricane Center extend some of the zones under hurricane warning along Florida's East coast north of Boca Raton. This is a hurricane nears the central Bahamas heading for a Florida still dealing with a deadly spike in Corona virus. Tracy Jackson is Broward County emergency manager. What we're going to be doing in the shelters is I'm taking the information as regards to social distancing in Limiting the amount of people that we will be putting into each shelter, perhaps opening up additional shelters as the numbers get to the level where we want to stop. We'll also be insisting that people who come during their peepee And we'll, of course, have temperature checks and other screening measures as people enter just to make sure we keep everyone safe. This possible, National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says people should be prepared. You can add a couple things to your list every week and kind of piling up for time. You'll have something's ready and you won't be part of that panic when the storm starts to throw CBS News Update. I'm Tom Foti CASE. CBS NEWS Time. 8 32 One person had to be hospitalized after a grass fire broke out between a couple homes in Walnut Creek this afternoon. The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District says two alarm blaze was reported about 1:30 p.m. In the 1300 block of Homestead Avenue, one person who lives at a house on Homestead. Was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. No other injuries reported. The fire was contained around 2 15 PM No homes were damaged. The Fremont Fire Department responded to flames in an abandoned structure this afternoon. The fire Breaking out there. About 1 30 PM on Washington Boulevard. Firefighters had to force entry into the boarded up structure they believe was used to be a small office space. The fire It was extinguished in about 15 to 20 minutes. There were no entries in that fire and little structural damage. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Good news from the Bay Area. Three major airports, says KCBS Zmapp, Bigler reports air travelers are starting to return to flying the friendly skies. Even during this pandemic, Oakland International Airport had over 255,000 passengers in the month of June. That was over double the number. We saw in May Aviation Director Bryant Francis says. While the numbers are encouraging, they're still down about 79% compared to last year. When you are ready to travel. We're here We are ready for you to come back. Passenger traffic is also coming back slightly at Manetta San Jose International, where spokesperson Demetria Machado says they are using special equipment to deep clean terminals like an electro static sprayer that gets in between, like the waiting room seats..

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Coronavirus spreads to 12 possible cases in U.S.

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:45 min | 10 months ago

Coronavirus spreads to 12 possible cases in U.S.

"Has begun testing residents for the potentially deadly deadly coronavirus KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us live that just one case has been confirmed in the US and that was of a Washington state man Tim holy Alameda county health officer Dr Erica pantiles KPIX by this is all precautionary currently we have less than ten patients who are what we call patients under investigation so that means we have already started to receive calls from clinicians about people who might have feeder and our restorations and those patients asked about possible ties to Wuhan China or now under home isolation is doctors away test results from the CDC in Atlanta the flu bug we're told has been ruled out the most important message unacceptable now is that there have been no confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and in Alameda county or nor that I'm aware of in the bay area precautions being taken at the port of Oakland as well as those medical screenings you've been hearing about it SFO the scary is real however as we hear from the chronicle that the Fremont fire department on Thursday issued an alert to dispel social media rumors of a spreading disease worldwide hundreds or sick several dozen or dead reporting live Tim Ryan quesadilla thanks Tim commuters breathing a little easier in Monterey county the highway patrol says it has arrested a man believed to be behind those attacks on cars along highway one of one of the print Dale area KCBS is mad bigger lied to explain how authorities are managed to break the cases stand after the most recent projectile attack earlier this month the C. H. P. was able to track a GMC pickup belonging to Charles Lafferty and authorities believe the fifty two year old prune Dale man is the person who's been smashing car windows on highway one a one in Monterey county his weapon I I have confidence we believe Mister laughter use a sling shot as well as glass marbles to commit these crimes CHP central coast chief LD maple says Lafferty would fire the sling shot at oncoming traffic while he was driving over eleven months five people were injured in the attacks including a child Monterey county supervisor John Phillips we feel really fortunate that there wasn't a greater injury and we were able to make the arrest and see this arrest made before there was much more serious injury that was just a matter of time now prosecutors have evidence to charge Lafferty with ten of the sixty nine attacks for which there is no motive reporting live Matt Bigler KCBS thanks Matt dozens of past and current Treasure Island residents are suing the city of San Francisco and the U. S. navy the suit claims authorities lied for years to residents about the extent of radioactive and toxic contamination on the island it's six two billion dollars in damages and to stop all building on TI until it is independently verified to be safe

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mosconi center in San Francisco, Doug, sovereign KCBS, the. The fremont. Fire department remains on the scene of a burning railroad trestle south of Dumbarton bridge. Fire officials say the blaze appears to have started as a grass fire, and then spread to the long out of service trestle. The three quarter acre, fire reported after five o'clock Sunday evening spread to the trestle at around seven thirty nearly one hundred yards of the railroad bridge had spurned the cost of the blaze has not been determined but fire officials say likely was human caused just ahead on KCBS. The latest on the teachers strike in union city. Right now. We want to check your drive we go to the KCBS traffic center and Alden. Jacob Palo Alto, one, one boat directions, between embark Darrow road and willow road. You have the two left lanes blocked for paving and both directions are looking pretty rough northbound one one's almost backed up from San Antonio road. And southbound one zero one is back to a little bit before willow road. It's looking really rough to eighty both directions and El Camino rail both looking great alternates signal six eighty southbound. They are doing some pothole repair work and so that sets down one lane. That's not going to be open until five o'clock reportedly. So it is looking really rough in this section adjust before you hit highway eighty four then conquered eastbound four at willow pass road. You have a car that is out of gas in the center divide. Luckily, it's not really slowing things down too much and Venetia sale southbound six eighty seven eighty if a car that crashed in the wall and ended up on the right shoulder, but the problem is the driver's door is open. That's blocking the right lane. Your next traffic update at eleven eighteen on the traffic leader, KCBS your KCBS bay area forecast. Mostly cloudy at the coast overnight, mostly clear away from the beaches, overnight, lows in the fifties.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Are scheduled to take finals this week. The Fremont fire department is working to extinguish a blaze on an abandoned railroad trestle. Just south of the Dumbarton bridge. Fire started as a grass fire around five thirty this evening and spread to the trestle two hours later fire sending plumes of black smoke the old rail bridge, which connects Newark and East Palo Alto. Menlo Park hasn't seen trains for decades. But Facebook, whose main campuses near the rail line in Menlo Park. Reportedly has been go with San Mateo county transit to possibly revive the rail bridge for operation as a commuter rail line have been no injuries reported. So far in this plays an Amtrak train struck a vehicle on the tracks near the Oakland Coliseum complex in what an Oakland. Fire battalion chief says was an apparent suicide, the train was heading from San Jose to Sacramento and collision happened at eighty Fifth Avenue and a railroad. Just south of the Coliseum at about eleven o'clock this morning. None of the sixty one people on board. The train were injured. Just ahead on KCBS new vaccine Bill in. California's getting cheers and jeers from the medical community. Wait a case of. Yes, I four traffic. Look at what's going on, on the roadways now with Frank meaning. Oh few jeers for traffic on the peninsula. Overseeing lot of flow and goal northbound one zero one of begins at the Oregon expressway and continues up to Marsh. It's because of Cal trans road work, which is narrowing lanes there and stop and slow traffic along that stretch close you were mentioning that fire at the railroad trestle in Newark, some smoke still visible from the Dumbarton bridge, but the little patch was slow traffic that we had seen eastbound eighty four approaching the tolls was now completely dissipated. So that's not affecting traffic on the Dumbarton bridge. We still have lots of slow and go heading off of the bay bridge that slowing begins on westbound eighty drift past the center Anchorage. And we'll continue all the way across westbound eighty skyway to the one on one split in San Francisco, you're next. Traffic update at ten eighteen on the traffic leader came to be and forecasts of the bay area tonight some cloudy skies with overnight lows in the middle fifties. We'll see slightly warmer temperatures tomorrow with sunshine look for highs ranging from the low sixties.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Let's we give millions of working people and young people. A reason to vote former HUD secretary Julio Castro also appeal to the progressive bent of these party activists. He was well received he told KCBS afterward, he's about to lay out the first police reform proposal of any candidate in this campaign, these videos that we keep seeing over and over and over again, off police violence or mistreatment, especially of young black men. He's not an accident and it's not a case of just a few bad apples. The system is broken. We need to fix it. The delegates also heard from their newly elected chairman rusty Hicks in LA labor leader, who defeated East Bay. Progressive Kimberly Ellis to help steer the party towards stability after the scandalous resignation of chair. Eric Baumann amid accusations of sexual harassment. I must go any center in San Francisco. Doug sovereign KCBS. Teacher's strike in union city, and Hayward will enter its third week tomorrow as negotiators for the New Haven unified school district go over new proposal from the teacher's union. The Union's negotiating team today came down to six percent increase retroactive three percent raise in another three percent raise for the next year starting on July. First the union originally wanted ten percent over two years district officials have not given a public response to the offer the strike is affecting dozen schools in union city and Hayward. And there's concern the impasse could hurt high school seniors who are scheduled to take finals this week. The Fremont fire department is working to extinguish a blaze on an abandoned railroad.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. A group of former national security officials is challenging rules requiring that manuscript and other writings be reviewed prior to publication as NPR's Ryan, Lucas reports the system bars, former intelligence and military officials from writing about their government work without first getting government approval. The lawsuit was filed by the night I met institute at Columbia University. And the American Civil Liberties union on behalf of five former national security officials several of the plaintiffs had writings that were subjected to long publication delays, and what they viewed as haphazard reductions, they argue that the pre publication review system, violates the first and fifth amendments because it suppresses core political speech, and because it invites arbitrary or discriminatory enforcement. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Maryland against the CIA the national security agency, the office of the director of national intelligence and the defense department the plaintiffs want the court. To block the government from enforcing the rules in their current form. Ryan, Lucas NPR news, Washington. President Trump will host the NATO secretary general at the White House today NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports the meeting comes as the US European military alliance marks it seventieth anniversary NATO secretary general again Stoltenberg says he's looking forward to meeting with Trump. This will be with unity to celebrate seventy kids will peace ample spurts for our nation's. The opportunity to look to the future together. Today's meeting comes amid lingering tensions caused by Trump's attacks on the alliance, especially as claims that some countries are not contributing enough to defend spending Stoltenberg will attend a series of events in Washington this week marking NATO seventieth anniversary, including an address to a joint meeting of congress on Wednesday and a meeting with NATO foreign ministers on Thursday Windsor, Johnston, NPR news, Washington. The ruling party of Turkey led by president rage up. Type Erta one is contesting the results of Sunday's mayoral election in Istanbul NPR's. Peter Kenyon, says that's what state media are reporting ruling AK party lost the mayor's race to the secular opposition candidate and lose Turkey's. Most populous city is done bul on top of that would be a blow to the government. The ruling party candidate currently trails by some twenty-five thousand votes in Istanbul. But party leaders hope to overcome that. By challenging some of the ballots a process that could take days or to one's political success has rested on years of stellar economic growth in Turkey. Let a recession that is brought surging inflation rising unemployment and a plunging lira has taken a toll on his popularity on Wall Street. The markets are slipping after a three day rally at last check the Dow down one hundred six points. This is NPR news from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. State water officials plan to survey the Sierra snowpack today, and confirmed that it's been an epic year for snow in California cake, science editor Craig Miller, says lingering storms should put this winter into near record territory, the water potential in the Sierra snow is running about one hundred sixty percent of average maybe too much of a good thing in places like mammoth lakes. You definitely get tired of shoveling snow day after day after day. That's Laura Kayla. Who also sees a? Big upside, she works in the town's tourism office at the foot of California's highest elevation ski resort. Our mountain is staying open at least until fourth of July. It's just kind of mind blowing people that you can come in ski in June. So it's been great on the tourism side. I think there's still a threat of too much runoff and flooding if the weather warms to quickly, but farmers water managers should have no supply worries this summer, I'm Craig Miller, Kate, Katie news. The US Environmental Protection agency has reached an eighty six thousand dollar settlement with tesla over hazardous waste violations at the company's Fremont plant. The EPA says the violations include failing to comply with air emission standards for equipment leaks, and other problems. They were discovered during an unannounced inspection in twenty seventeen. The settlement includes money for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency response equipment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors. Tesla said in a statement that all gaps identified in the inspection had been resolved. I'm Brian watt. Kiwi news. Support comes from Cal performances presenting Alvin.

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EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

"Today, the EPA announced the ninety six thousand dollars settlement with tesla over a hazardous waste violations at the company's electric car planet. Fremont, the violations rediscovered during an unannounced. Visit by inspectors from the agency's regional office in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen celebrate includes a thirty one thousand dollar fine and a fifty five thousand dollar payment for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency. Sponsor commitment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors and a second device to detect unauthorized drones that could impede an emergency response. UPA regional administrator. Mike Stoker says the settlement will bring much needed emergency response. Equipment to the city

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCRW

"In hundred seventy five they played philosophy of the world. And for the first and only time Boston told the girls that they had finally perfected it that the song sounded great later that day he got into bed for take arrest and had a massive heart attack and died. Yeah. We continue to until I found the passed away. We all went on full time jobs them, eventually got married and started our own families and just started another life, and maybe it was liberating to have Austin gone, but he had a role in their psychology. That was quite different from a typical father. He he was their dad and their disciplinarian and the breadwinner in the family, but he also told them what to care about. And how to spend their time. What I found really haunting was that their family home were all of this had taken place that really represented who they had been was sold to someone who then became convinced that the ghost of Austin Wiggin was haunting the house and it bothered him deeply, so he built a small house further back on the property and donated the main house to the Fremont fire department who used it as a practice house, which they set on fire repeatedly.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm Brett burkhart. The Fremont fire department says it happened at a construction site on Durham road. Three construction workers were injured when a twenty foot tall rebar tower fell. One of them is in critical condition to others have moderate injuries all of them are being transported to the hospital. State. Investigators with Callo show are on their way to the scene. Stay with Keiji. Oh, we'll have updates throughout the day. We are getting an indication that the death penalty may be in play and the killing of a bar passenger, a grand jury has indicted a man with special circumstances in the fatal stabbing of a woman at the MacArthur Bart station. Twenty-eight-year-old John Lee, cowl facing murder and attempted murder. Charges in connection with what appears to be the unprovoked stabbing death of eighteen year old NIA Wilson in July. Wilson sister Latifah was also stabbed but survived. Cal had been scheduled to enter a plea later this month that changes with the grand jury indictment. That includes a special circumstances of lying in wait. It has now expedited and we'll go directly to trial. Police say cowl is a transient who had reportedly suffered from mental illness. They say he's a violent felon who was on. Parole at the time of the incident. Terry rouse reports a new hearing has been scheduled for next month. Bizarre disturbing horrifying just some of the words that are being used to describe a high school prank and Davis as we hear from Jim Roope. A student at Davinci charter academy and Davis and a few over France baked some cookies and headed them out to students. Andy Knox tells Casey are TV that the girl handed him a cookie as he was entering his sixth period class and told him there was a special ingredient in it. He says he asked if it was marijuana. And he was horrified. He says at his fellow students reply. She said it was her Grandpa's ashes her Grandpa's ashes Knox says he didn't believe her at first until she showed him the earn. And he looked inside the cookie and says he saw specs of gray in it. The school says it's responding the police are investigating. I'm Jim Roope. This news update is sponsored by PG and E PGN east care program can save twenty percent or more on your energy Bill every month. Apply today. Text C A R E two zero two eight three. Households must meet income or program eligibility requirements, and we have a new crash and selling meals to tell you about Mark Nieta? We'll have the update on northbound one one next on cod. You.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hour winds less than six hundred miles off Cape fear, hurricane specialist. John Cangelosi approaches the coast it's likely to slow down significantly, and maybe even been to the south west. So this could be a situation where we have very dangerous major hurricane. Just crawling near the coastline for day or even more CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. KCBS news time three thirty two. Well, preparations for the hurricane and its impact on the Carolina coast. Stretch all the way here to the bay area. KCBS has Holly Kwon tells us is specialized rescue team based in Oakland arrive there yesterday a team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six swift water rescue boats to wear up to two feet of rains expected. Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there. You know, when you see the building, and you know that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. This was you know, complete surprise it would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall also what we'd like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is we'll find a place places shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we needed the Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as. Well, as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS? The navy is moving people and ships ahead of the hurricane and the air force and army are both flying advanced aircraft. Elsewhere as a safeguard Florence's headed for a region with some of the most well known military bases in the country including Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, naval station, Norfolk in Virginia and the Marine Corps. Recruit depot on Paris island in South Carolina. Non essential personnel were released from duty at login and most are relocated with their families and at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The majority of the eighty second airborne divisions helicopter fleet was evacuated. Shanksville Pennsylvania is the site of a new nine eleven memorial to the heroes of United flight ninety three that flight left San Francisco and was hijacked on nine eleven with the intent to crash into either the US capitol or the White House. CBS news correspondent chip Reid reports from the field where that jet came down. The names of the forty passengers and crew members of flight ninety three were solemnly read. Aloud near the field where their lives were lost. Soon after flight ninety three took off it was hijacked by terrorists. Passengers and crew members phoned loved ones and learned that two planes had already struck the world trade towers, they voted and decided to act on Sunday the tower of voices was dedicated here. The final piece of the memorial when finished it will contain forty winds chimes that will sound like this. They are intended to recall the voices of the passengers and crew in their final heartbreaking calls and voicemails children that I love them very much. Gordon felt is president of the families of flight ninety three is brother. Ed felt was a passenger on the plane. What does the tower of voices add to this memorial? Well for me the tower voices is a symbol of defiance ninety three feet tall. Standing at the entrance to this memorial. Defiantly speaking for our loved.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Following up active leads right now. Had nothing to do necessarily with canyon springs high school other than that it was on the northwest property line out west of the baseball fields. Paul Manafort has been tried to negotiate a plea deal for the past few weeks to resolve his second trial. The Washington Post is reporting the former Trump campaign chairman is talking with federal prosecutors about a plea CBS news legal analyst stained Rosen bound the Virginia case involved Bank in tax fried the second trial in Washington DC has elements of a conspiracy against the United States with money laundering, failing to register as a lobbyist and witness tampering. All with Russian overtones, these charges look much more like collusion with the Russians that the president has so far repeatedly denied CBS this morning anchor. Gayle king says that in the interests of transparency CBS corporation must make its report on sexual misconduct allegations against former CEO. Les Moonves says public? How can we have this investigation? And not know how it comes out less moon base has been on the record. He says, listen, he didn't do these things that it was consensual that he hasn't hurt anybody's career. And I would think it would be in his best interest for us to hear what the report finds out buzz CBS board has not yet determined whether or not it will make that public. This is CBS news. Progressive will compare rates for you. So you get the best deal. Even if it's not with us, saving you time and money now that's progressive. Call or click today. It's eleven oh three at the bay area's news station, KCBS hazy sunshine, tomorrow, highs in the sixties and seventies. A pleasant fall day. I'm John Evans, and here's what's happening preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coastline stretch all the way here to the bay area. KCBS is Holly Quantel has specialized rescue team based in Oakland arrive today in North Carolina. A team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six water rescue boats to wear up to two feet of rains expected. Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there. You know, when you see these things building in you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. If this was, you know, complete surprise would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall if at all. Awesome. What we'd like to be there before it hits? However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place to shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we needed the Oakland team is made up a fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS airlines are already canceling flights ahead of hurricane. Florence south west cancelled flights today to and from Charleston American Council some of its American Eagle regional flights for tomorrow and Thursday, Charleston international in South Carolina, also tweeted that it expects runways to close about twenty four hours from now late tomorrow night governor Jerry Brown says that he most likely will sign into law a bipartisan Bill on responding to wildfires. He says that he backs controversial measures to protect. Big utility companies against liability costs from fire damage. I wouldn't use the word bailout. The fact is this Bill is intended to make sure that PG any other utilities can shoulder any fire liabilities. Let me get in the billions and billions of dollars and still be in business to serve their customers. Governor Brown also said the state and federal officials need to do a better job of managing our forests and eliminating fuels, including millions of dead trees, the Irving fire in and around Samuel p Taylor park. In Marin county is thirty five percent contained tonight. All evacuation orders have been lifted and roads have been reopened the fire has burned about one hundred fifteen acres. No one's been hurt. And no structures have.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"But he warned we must do much. More thing is we have to stop burning fossil fuels as quickly as possible in San Francisco. Jeffrey Schaub case CBS. A thirty five year old man is being held at the center of the jail after allegedly trying to stab a congressional candidate at the Castro valley fall festival over the weekend. Alameda County sheriff's officials say that on Sunday afternoon. Farzad for Sally made some disparaging remarks to Rudy Peters who was running against incumbent. Congressman Eric swallow Basell even Leslie pulled out a switchblade and tried to stamp. Peter's officials say Peters was not going to struggle with a suspect who then ran away vizo was taken into custody. A short time later preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coast stretch all the way to the bay area. KCBS reporter Holly tells us a specialized rescue team based out of Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force. Four activated by FEMA to bring six swiftwater rescue boats to wear up to two feet of rain expected. Oakland fire battalion chief Robert lip manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there, you know, when you see things building, and you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. If this was a complete surprise, it would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall if at all. Awesome. What we like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place of shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we're needed. The Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS coming up on KCBS Margie Schaeffer in San Francisco where volunteers honor nine eleven victims and responders with a day of service. An incredible outpouring of love. We.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Part of the Atlantic Ocean. Where the temperature of the water is three and a half degrees Fahrenheit warmer than normal. But gore says the world is catching on we are gaining momentum with renewable energy, not only a renewable energy, but data res electric vehicles. However, he says we have to scale up this effort dramatically, it is a global emergency people here a phrase like that. And it sounds a little hair on fire, hyper, but this is an existential threat to the future human civilization in San Francisco. Jeff. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS officials say all evacuation orders related to the Irving fire near Samuel p Taylor state park. In Marin county have been lifted. The fire is now thirty five percent contained no structures were damaged in the threat to them as decreasing the fire. That was reported at about eight last night has burned a hundred and fifteen acres some homes in the area are still without power this evening, preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coast stretch all the way to the bay area. KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us a specialized rescue team based in Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six swift water rescue boats to where up to two feet of rain expected Oakland fire battalion chief Robert lip manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there. You know, when you see the building, and you know that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. If this was you know, complete. Surprise would take longer to get could get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall. If all also where we like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place that sheltered until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we're needed. The Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy Kwan, Casey s just ahead on CBS.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Can do. We did not close our eyes. We did not turn away in San Francisco. Jeffrey Schaub KCBS hurricane Florence is likely to make landfall early Friday in North Carolina prompting evacuations from the Carolinas to Virginia preparations for the hurricane. Stretch all the way to the bay area as KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us a specialized rescue team based out of the Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six water rescue boats to where up to two feet of rains expected. Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert lip manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there, you know, when you see things building, and you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. If this was, you know, complete surprise would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall awesome. What we like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place that sheltered until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we're needed. The Oakland team is made up a fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda. And contra Costa counties deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS just ahead on CBS. I'm Margie Schaeffer in San Francisco where volunteers honor nine eleven victims and responders with a day of service. An incredible outpouring of love. Right now, we're going to check out the freeways, we've got KCBS, traffic.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's twelve three the bay area's news station. KCBS lots of sunshine out there today. That's warming up to sixty seventies eighties this afternoon with a bit of a breeze kicking up later. Good afternoon. I'm Rebecca chorale. Here's what's happening preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coast stretch all the way to the bay area s KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us a specialized rescue team based out of Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force. Four activated by FEMA to bring six swiftwater rescue boats to wear up to two feet of rains expected. Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert lip manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there, you know, when you see things building, and you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready. If this was a complete surprise, it would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall. Awesome. What we'd like to be there before it hits? However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place that shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we're needed. The Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS on this year's federally designated nine eleven national day of service, KCBS Margaret Schaefer reports from pier. Thirty five in San Francisco were volunteers are packing hundreds of thousands of meals for those in need, this San Francisco meal pack is one of four meal packing projects the others are in New York City, Los Angeles. And Phoenix Ryan wells is director of strategic partnership at nine eleven day nine eleven day is a national day of service, peace and unity. So we have a thousand volunteers coming through here. Thirty five years ever Cisco..

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ten of three of the bay area's news station. KCBS typical late summer weather, sunny and warm mid sixties to mid eighties later. Good morning. I'm Rebecca chorale. Here's what's happening preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coast stretch all the way to the bay area. KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us a specialized rescue team based out of Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six swift water rescue boats to where up to two feet of rains expected Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there. You know, when you see the building, and you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready if this was complete surprise, it would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall. If at all also, but we like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place of shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we needed the Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS today is the seventieth anniversary of the terror attacks on September eleventh two thousand and one and there are remembrances happening all across the country. KCBS's mapei-clas joins us from San Jose's fire station. One downtown where a somber bell ringing was broadcast to all fire stations. This is the sound of the large bell at San Jose fire station, number one that rang out at five forty six.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News is sponsored by your northern California Toyota dealers so if you're. Just joining, us both directions of. The freeway both directions of, eight eighty through Hayward or shut down because, of a leaking tanker. Truck it was leaking. Acid massive backups our. Own, Scotla Terry is caught in it he's trying to get. To the he joins us? On, the news line Scott where are you Yep Patty I'm on his Sperry near the Southland. Mall pretty near Winton avenue I can tell you it took me about forty five minutes from five eighty. To get just near the scene here on witn avenue all the side. Streets as you can imagine in Hayward jammed up. Meek Lynn blossom way hysteria just a. Just a nightmare now. This vapor plume that was drifting. From the big rig flatbed. Not far from here. It was hauling nitric and sulfuric acid we've learned prompting thirties to call that. Shelter in place that you guys have, been, talking about in. The surrounding neighborhood Hayward fire Alameda County fire remain on the scene here now they've got a handle on the leak. And it looks like they're getting close to cleaning this thing up still. Three hundred gallons of that acid spilled the shelter in place, remains in effect we're getting word though that that may be lifted shortly may maybe within. The next twenty minutes, or so, it covers Jackson street south to win and. North to Amador street east I. Eighty west eighty still closed in both directions, now the acid On the ground apparently. Started a small vegetation fire that the fire department got a quick handle on special operations task force from the Fremont, fire, department, also on the scene here now nitric and. Sulfuric acid if you don't know highly corrosive, and can cause severe skin burns and difficulty breathing burning to the. Is if you live out here you're driving around this area needs to take the. Shelter in place very seriously of course we'll keep you updated what's it's lifted reporting live in Hayward Scott. With eerie KCBS thank you for that we'll be checking back with Scott. And of course Cheryl for traffic repercussions throughout the. Afternoon, as well KCBS news time three forty four right now join t. mobile and.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The ten thousand square foot limit requirement for a to us now in fact in arcadia yes it overrides the local governments from being able to enact those obstacles barbara bruce lives in a back unit of her son daniel new base property she moved here from south america and our family was frustrated with the permitting process we all make jokes about supposedly latin american magnon montana montana the city of berkeley has learned that spanish word pretty soon tune comeback magnon it seemed to me he shared a story of the need for senior housing telling a fellow senior she knows who live in their cars or in shelters keeping storage units instead of using their own closets in berkeley margie schaefer kcbs five people have been taken to the hospital an accident in san lorenzo involving an ambulance spokesman dan jacker wits says the accident happened about eleven fifteen this morning at his spirit and luella when a driver collided with the ambulance the accident caused the ambulance roll onto its side person in the ambulance ambulance i was being transported did receive major injuries i'm not sure what their condition was prior to the collision what they're being treated for anything like that i just know that they were in route already to a facility three members of the ambulance crew were also injured no word on their condition jack whitt says the intersection will be shut down as the investigation continues we say a woman stole a window washers van before crashing it into a fremont home late this morning fremont police and fire units were called to the incident on bernard drive near corrie lakes the fremont fire department has since posted a photo of the damage on twitter the images what appears to be a pair of newly installed wooden supports where the van crashed through the existing structure police say the suspect is receiving treatment for minor injuries during the crash once she is recovered police say that she'll be booked for charges related to van that she allegedly stole before the.

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"fremont fire department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"fremont fire department" Discussed on KGO 810

"East bay you have men in studio since you had the baby congratulations thank you he and this president are taken all my sleep they're keeping your way i don't know which one is a veteran war we will we will get to the president let's let's start with it with a fire situation a at last less reporter saw is that we have a fifteen thousand businesses and structures uh destroyed so far and and they believe that that's and undercount right now the the emphasis is on saving lives as opposed to saving property uh got twenty thousand people have been evacuated at numbers probably going to rise what kind of uh of federal assistance is available to those who are displaced or to those who end up losing homes are losing businesses and property the prime like you you know we're we're seen him and smelling the effect and breeding the effects are here in the period just shows you you know what kind of fire the sisters rage and it's a number of fires one person are now has died in the fire and so i know my colleagues jared huffman and mike thompson in the area you know they're doing all they can to help her constituents but it's not unusual to seek fema a funding of for something like this that happened back in 2014 a theme aid was provided so the governor's declared a state of emergency i know right now you know that that the declarations you know that's the job of lawmakers the first responders they're just driving up there as fast as they can i know that hayward fire department and alameda county fire department to other sending folks up there right now and so it so as fremont fire department from our area so it's an all handson effort uh right now but hopefully the federal resources common to help people who have been displaced or have lost their livelihood it's is crazy i you're talking about a over the bear earlier yours i woke up this morning i was telling alexandro and i woke up this morning and i barbecued yesterday and i am struggled i i showered why do i smell like slow and it was it was from the fire i mean all the widow sandra are rp dealers down in uh in san jose and he said he smelt smoke this morning so it's a it's a terrible situation.

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