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"plumas national forest" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Mobile, Alabama, A federal emergency has been declared in hard hit areas of Mississippi. A Senate hearing Wednesday, lawmakers grilled the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google. On what they can and cannot post on their platforms. As NPR's Shannon Bond reports, Democrats and Republicans on the panel had sharply different concerns. Republicans on the Senate Commerce Committee accused the tech companies of bias against conservatives, and they grilled Twitter and Facebook over decisions to put warning labels on misleading posts by President Trump. Democrats, on the other hand, pressed the executives on what they're doing to curb hate speech, false claims about voting and other harmful content, and they accuse their Republican colleagues of politicizing an important debate over online speech. There was little discussion of the hearing stated topic whether to change a long standing law that gives thes tech companies legal immunity for what their users post Shannon Bond NPR news This is NPR news. U. S Homeland Security officials and a private cybersecurity firm are warning US hospitals and health care providers that they're being targeted by hackers in eastern Europe. The joint statement released Wednesday. Experts say malicious software is being used to encrypt and lock up stolen data until a ransom was paid. Healthcare providers are being urged to step up protections of their networks, including backing up data and monitoring who gets to see it. More than a dozen firefighters from British Columbia have contracted covert 19 as Dan Carp in shock reports, three of them tested positive while fighting wildfires in California wildfire information officials say all 16 are under quarantine in Richmond, BC none of them are seriously ill. It's unclear how the first three firefighters became infected. But a spokesman for the U. S Forest Service as the three Canadians were assisting with fire breaks in California's Plumas National Forest when they began to display symptoms. They were tested and the results were positive. Six colleagues were also deemed probable Corona virus cases. The nine were flown back to BC by charter plane In September, British Columbia sent more than 220 personnel to help fight California's worst wildfire season on record. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carpet Chuck in Toronto. Wall Street stocks plunged over 3% on Wednesday, With the Dow industrials falling 943 points. The NASDAQ tumbled 426 points. In pre market trading. US. Futures are higher at this hour, while Asian shares are mixed higher in Shanghai. I'm.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCRW
"There is no end in sight. Firefighters continue to battle more than 27 major blazes across the state, including the largest in California's recorded history. The August complex fire that plays has burned more than 846,000 acres at this point In northern California. It's been a deadly fire season as well with a least 26 people killed, including 15 on the north complex fire. That blaze has grown to nearly 300,000 acres in the Plumas National Forest. Cal Fire Assistant deputy director Daniel Berland says gusts of wind have furthered issues in that blaze and across the state. Those winds that have really been making a little bit of a challenge on a number of fires, including north complex where a number of firing operations had to be canceled. In Fresno County. The creek fire has destroyed more than 850 buildings and sent thousands of people fleeing from their homes. Some good news. Some evacuation warnings were lifted yesterday. As election season approaches, Voting misinformation is becoming a bigger and bigger issue here in California. New law, authored by a local state senator aims to do something about it by making voter misinformation our crime. Casero. W's Tara Adtran explains tweets. Facebook posts tax messages It doesn't really matter how you share misleading information about voting by mail. It's now going to be a crime. Under the bill, authored by Democratic Senator Henry Stern of Malibu, spreading false information about voting by mail is a misdemeanor criminal offence that includes intentionally deceiving voters about their right to apply for received and return a vote by mail ballot. The new law comes as all registered voters in California will be sent to vote by mail ballot for the upcoming presidential election. In June, Governor Gavin Newsom approved a bill allowing for widespread mail in voting in an effort to mitigate potential Corona virus related disruptions to the democratic process. In California. It's already a violation of state law to mislead people about the location of their polling place or the qualifications needed to register to vote for Kasey R. W I'm Tara Tree on And the second of two L. A county sheriff's deputy shot in an ambush attack has been released from the hospital. The officers were sitting in their patrol vehicle at a rail station in Compton earlier this month when a gunman walked up to the vehicle and fired into the passenger side window. Shooting was recorded on surveillance video, but no suspect has been identified. A reward for information leading to an arrest has grown to $700,000. Support for NPR comes from Fidelity Wealth management, providing perspective.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Six. If I am 6 40 more stimulating talk. I'm rob New life from the camp by 24 Hour news room, and here's the latest on the fires burning in the West and evacuation order has been issued for the city of Arcadia due to the fire burning in the San Gabriel Mountains. The fire has burned more than 32,000 acres. It is 6% contained the fire sparked by a gender reveal new kippah has burned more than 14,000 acres. The fire is 41% contained and the fire burning in the Plumas National Forest in nor Cal is now 26% contained. The fire has burned nearly 260,000 acres. 12 people have been killed in the fire. Wait. Gotta stall on the five in Sun Valley. It's on the North Bound side and Sheldon streak, a stalled car blocking of the carpool lane. CHP has been alerted and they are on their way to the scene, as is a tow truck to get this Dr Bull vehicle off the road way They may run a traffic break there. So be alert. If you're making your way through the Sun Valley area on the north bound side of the five slow traffic in Anaheim right now, he's found out of the 91. Expect to tap on the brakes back near the 55. That's going to stay slow 40 of pockets to your reach Imperial highway. That's when your driver should start to speed back up. If I the sky helps get you there faster. I've Sylvester does learning a language feel like this Noah blast manual hablo Pablo when you learn a language you want to actually use it. Babble is designed with that goal in mind that my husband is from Guatemala. I'll apply What I've learned in battle to our RIA life situations is.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"We've also had delays North bound on the van Wyck up toward gardens. We had a crash there right around Hillside Avenue on Tom Kaminsky in the WCBS traffic center. And taking a look at Craig Allen's forecast. It will be mostly cloudy and humid as we go through the evening with showers. Even scattered thunderstorms. Some of those thunderstorms may be heavy and result in flash flooding. So be careful if you're on the roads low tonight in the city will be about 74. Tomorrow We'll see some gradual clearing it will be cooler and less humid. Oh, hi. Just around 75 for your Saturday sunny and Partly cloudy later in the day high 75 for Sunday mostly cloudy and showers on Sunday high in the mid seventies, right now in Manhattan with cloudy skies. It's 80 degrees. WCBS news time is 5 40. This is the afternoon round up on WCBS. Well, less than two years after a massive wildfire moved through Butte County, California, killing 85 people and destroying the town of Paradise. Another deadly fire is forcing residents from their homes. KCBS radios. Tim Ryan has more fire smoldered for three weeks in the Plumas National Forest, part of the August lightning fires, but then exploded under wicked winds. On Tuesday, it destroyed most of the town of Very Creek near Lake Oroville and forced evacuations in MMA, Galia and Paradise. An emotional share of corner Corey, homey, announcing there have been three fatalities. Another 12 people are unaccounted for. The fire has burned more than a quarter million acres, damaging or destroying 200 structures and threatening thousands more. More than a dozen wild fires continue to burn out of control. In several Western states, the disaster has destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses. And killed at least seven people. This is Leah Luciano in Phoenix, Oregon, one of five towns nearly erased in the area, which Governor Kate Brown has called it Once in a generation event. Beth Hill was one of dozens evacuated from a retirement home.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To 02 is not going to do any better A lot of alternate volume on that. But if you could get to it, maybe use route 25 to avoid Route seven. Right now. Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and WCBS. Check of our forecast. Now we head over to the weather center to get the latest forecast for a meteorologist Bob Larson, Rather cloudy and sticky tonight a few showers and thunderstorms some of the rain heavy, especially before midnight. Flooding across poor drainage areas. Overnight lows 68 degrees of our clients keeping away to some sunshine, lower humidity tomorrow afternoon and breezy times that I is 77 cooler tomorrow night Clear to partly cloudy low is 62 of the city made it up or fifties. At outlying areas dry, comfortable whether Saturday partly sunny in the morning turning cloudy Saturday afternoon eyes 73. Right now in Manhattan. It is humid out there. We've got cloudy skies and it's 81 degrees. WCBS news time is 3 40. This is the afternoon round up on WCBS. Well, less than two years after a massive wildfire moved through Butte County, California, killing 85 people and destroying the town of Paradise. Another deadly fire is forcing residents from their homes. Their case. CBS's Radio's Tim Ryan has more fire smolder for three weeks in the Plumas National Forest, part of the August lightning fires, but then exploded under wicked winds. On Tuesday, it destroyed most of the town of Very Creek near Lake Oroville and forced evacuations in MMA, Galia and Paradise. An emotional sheriff, coroner Corey homey, announcing there have been three fatalities. Another 12 people are unaccounted for. The fire has burned more than a quarter million acres, damaging or destroying 200 structures and threatening thousands. Mohr. More than a dozen wild fires continue to burn out of control and several Western states. A disaster has destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses and killed at least seven people. This is Lydia Luciano in Phoenix, Oregon, one of five towns nearly erased in the area, which Governor Kate Brown has called it Once in a generation event. Beth Hill was one of dozens evacuated from a retirement home.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Off the coast approaching the coastline, and that could start stirring things up in getting the smoke out of the barrier. By that time, some of the worst air quality today has been seen in San Francisco, as well as in Marin and Sonoma County's Mike Dewald KCB, and I'm looking at an image from the goes West satellite that shows what Mike referred to there is smoke all the way along the California coast literally. From Crescent City at the top corner to San Diego. At the other end of the state, it is push well inland up above the Tahoe basin now and so I would say a good 80 to 90% of California skies are full of smoke now and there is more of this offshore. The patterns have taken smoke from Oregon Washington Offshore and and then are pulling it back on shore. That's on top of the smoke being generated by California's own fires, including the huge one burning in Butte County and surrounding counties. Now the so called bear fire where once again the decimated community of paradise is facing another deadly threat. Here's KCBS reporter Tim Ryan. The fire smoldered for three weeks in the Plumas National Forest, part of the August lightning fires. But then exploded under wicked winds. On Tuesday, it destroyed most of the town of Very Creek near Lake Oroville and forced evacuations in MMA, Galia and Paradise. So I will tell you that, uh This is the part of my presentation that I've been dreading an emotional sheriff, Coroner Corey homey announcing, and unfortunately tonight I have the Very sobering duty to report that there have been three fatalities. To date. Another 12 people are unaccounted for. The fire has burned more than a quarter million acres, damaging or destroying 200 structures and threatening thousands. Mohr, including newly rebuilt homes in paradise. 20,000 people have been evacuated. Butte County was struggling last night to shelter 140 families because of the pandemic, Deputy county administrator saying Kim told first responders I found in the same location in Berry Creek. Citing a critical shortage of firefighting resources. Cal Fire implored people to evacuate if given the order. Tim Ryan KCBS quick updates on some other fires The creek fire outside of frozen in the Sierra National Force, 260 Square Miles burned and at this 2600.0 containment at least 360 homes have been destroyed. Authorities believe they now have rescued everyone that they know to have been missing with many, many people in the woods, camping and hiking at the time the fire exploded west of Lake Tahoe. This one's called the Fork Fire started near Pollock Pines on Tuesday spread by gusty winds toward the community of Georgetown. 0% containment there. There have been evacuations for a little tiny communities in the Sierra Nevada in the Tahoe region. They are basically shutting down. However, all national forest land anywhere in the area. The U. S Forest Service has shut down hundreds of campgrounds is the most extensive fire closure of public lands ever in California. 14 National Forest 15 million acres of banned all campfire stoves and ignition devices. People in camp grounds in the Tahoe, Eldorado and Plumas National Forest have been told to leave. The road's trails and wilderness areas remain open. But because you can't use ignition sources overnight, hikers and campers would be unable to cook food, so that has effectively caused a shutdown of that kind of recreational activity..
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"360 homes destroyed 14,000 still considered under threat. No containment on that up around Lake Tahoe, the fork fire burning west of town was forced hundreds of evacuations. And in an unprecedented move, the National force around that area have been shut down. The U. S. Forest Service has banned all campfire stoves any ignition devices in 14 National forest spanning 15 million acres. Campers told to leave Camp grounds closed in the top hole basin in the adjoining Tahoe in Eldorado national forests, the Plumas National Forest north of town roads, trails and wilderness areas, including the Pacific Crest Trail remained technically open. But since you can't light a stove or a campfire Effectively. Most people will be told to get out of the woods just ahead on KCBS. What the smoke has to do with getting the power turned back on right now. KCBS traffic information that this update comes from your local Honda dealers Traffic center. Yet the line keeps getting longer than Los Altos. This's longstanding accident now North bound to 80, south of Magdalena, in Los Altos car on its roof Fire department assisting here with the injured two right lanes are still blocked. Traffic is backing up. Almost all the way to foothill. So do expect major delays on the section A Tu ETI. In fact, you might want to swing wide and, you know, pick up one of the surface streets like Foothill Expressway and avoid that section of 2 80. If you cut back using Magdalena, you will be north of the accident scene. So that's a good alternate for you right now. In the meantime, let's take another look at the Bay Bridge. It was trouble earlier. Not so much now, Stan. We're starting to see a real improvement here. The film, not a body collision campus, seeing incredibly foggy and murky conditions at the tolls, But the line is shorter. It's just stretches back to the 80 ramp no longer into the maze, and we still have a sluggish spot coming down from Albany Hill into the Gilman area right around the racetrack in Berkeley, but That has loosened up considerably as well. Let's take another look at 37. That's been a very heavy this morning because a lot of folks were avoiding in the Bay Bridge. We think westbound 37 still crowded off the Mayor Island bridge and we see sluggish conditions reaching serious point. So this is looking a little bit better as well. Your next updates at 18 on the traffic leader.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KGO 810
"News kg own San Francisco A cumulus station your home for the most important election of your life election 2020. This's breaking news breaking news on KGO 10 3 People are dead as the result of the bear fire, which is part of the north complex fire warring through the Plumas National Forest, east of Chico. Wind is whipping the flames up tonight, which are rising up to the crowns of trees and sending sparks in Butte County. There are reports at least five people were severely burned. They got trapped in the Berry Creek area right now, first responders are searching there. As there may be more people that couldn't get out again. Three people are dead as the result of the bear fire. This north complex fire is burning in the pine forest running parallel to the feather River. At a rate of about 1000 acres per half hour. Taking a look at KGO traffic and injury crash over to the right hand shoulder in Walnut Creek eastbound 24 before the 6 80 connector memory villa to vehicle records over to the right hand shoulder eastbound 80. That is right after Powell street delays are starting right around the 80 over crossing and continue past that almost Gilman Street. Copeland, a two vehicle wrecked stuck in the right lane. He's found 5 80 before 98th Avenue, seeing traffic starting to tighten up right around Killer Avenue, 80 north bound between industrial Parkway and tennis and road traffic sensors are picking up some sluggish traffic. There is a crash before Alvarado now's that's been moved over to the shoulder and no delays on BART system wide. All trains are on time, and they run every 30 minutes. With KGO traffic. I'm Ted. I forgot looking toe learn. Then join my car. Others on something you should know. Podcast. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal with jerks. How to count to infinity and why people believe in aliens? How many people.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Pictures of you know what houses that have indeed been burned, and I was speaking to one woman yesterday who has a cabin up in Huntington Lake, and she was there at the airport, waiting for her son, who was being evacuated along with those groups that have been out at the resorts of sheltering in place because he had evacuated From his cabin where he lived 100 and 100 like I didn't want to join the caravan by road. Eso went along a back road and ended up stuck with all of these people, and now she's not sure. If the cabin made it, So some people are still really waiting to see what has happened in their evacuations. Ongoing people not being able to return and find out what happened to their homes. And again that is Kathy Novak reporting from the creek fire near Fresno. Fire Burning in Butte County has now burned more than 250,000 acres. The bear fire exploded last night. Prompting evacuation warnings and orders for at least 20,000 people. According to the Sacramento Bee. The fire started in mid August at Plumas National Forest, but was fanned by extremely gusty winds yesterday. Evacuation warning includes the town of Paradise, which was devastated by the campfire in November of 2018 case, CBS News Time to 35 in less than three minutes. Can Vestal is gonna update a slowdown on Highway four through an act? The silence of the generals Listen. Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio Network presented by Capital one bank. Whatever the president actually said about those fallen soldiers on this trip to France. It probably wasn't flattering, and I feel confident, saying that because number one, he's unapologetically said similar things about John McCain and number two The officers on that trip have remained remarkably.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Now. Joe was so happy to finally see people. I mean he needed help. Get my God. This guy just had a heart attack so he goes running out of his car tries to flag them down but he says that when he called out to the group the headlights turned off. And all the noises stopped. But that's not the end of his story. He tells police that some time later he again sees lights out his car window not headlights. This time but flashlight beams. He calls out again for help but as soon as he does the lights. Go Out Again. And whoever was out there goes away? Police are understandably pretty skeptical about this whole story and honestly they don't really know what to make of it. They wonder if maybe this guy was seeing things or hearing things or I mean both I mean he did just have a heart attack us in the middle of nowhere on a mountain road alone the dead of night I mean. What are the chances that he'd come across a group of men and a woman holding a baby? It just didn't seem logical but Joe tells them that when his car finally ran out of gas after running for hours and hours he gave up on being rescued and decided to take his chances and walk down the mountain for help now along the way in the place where he had heard the voices. He passed an empty car. It was stuck in snow just sitting there in the middle of the road. Police asked him to elaborate on the car and when he does all skepticism washes away. Today's episode was brought to you by Brooklyn so there are few things I enjoy more than sleeping in. I'm generally night owl but I have kids. I N specifically a toddler who is convinced sheetings yogurt and crayons no later than seven thirty every morning. So when I'm in bed I went to be in those luxurious comfortable. Amazing betting out there. 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Okay Yeah so the three points we've been talking about it kind of makes a V. Shape Chico is on the top left Yuba city is at the bottom and plumas. National Park is way over the top right exactly so the forest ranger who found Jax Kar found it in the middle of this like rarely used unpaid road that runs straight up into the Sierra Nevada. Mountains that top right point on the map. You're talking about now. According to an article I read on strange outdoors. The car was at elevation about forty five hundred feet just at the snow line. Meaning ANYTHING BEYOND. This has snow year round. And we're not talking about like a light dusting of snow. It snowed a lot six to eight feet of snow. And it's not like they would have to go through to get home like there's no reason for them to even be. Anna's area no I mean it's not even remotely on the way she go to. Yuba city is a straight and it's about an hour on the highway. It's mostly flat. There's no snow definitely no mountains and wasn't just a scenic detour either. This is over two hours of driving in the wrong direction. And what I can't get over is I mean we've already established it's not like he was on their way home but this isn't even on the way to anything. It's literally in the middle of nowhere but it is the same middle of nowhere road that Joe had been on the night that he got stuck in the snow and had that heart attack. The car was in the same place that Joe said. He had seen it when he tried to walk down there to get help. And it's right where he said it was and it's right where he said that he'd seen people men and a woman holding a baby in the glow of the car's headlights. So this validates has story at this point. I mean investigators are thinking that it just might be true so investigators decide to head up the mountain and see for themselves hoping that the car and where it was found might help make some sense of Joe Story and hopefully point them in the direction of these five men when they get there. They find the car unlocked. The keys are missing. And there's just this mess of food wrappers and soda bottles and milk cartons on both the front and back seats remnants of their trip to that convenience store just after they left. Chico and the last known sighting of the men now when they get there. The car was stuck in the snow. When you're tires just kind of spin and can't catch the ground so it was stuck like that but it wasn't in a ditch or a big snow bank or anything and not so stuck that they couldn't have just pushed it out. I mean these were not small men. They were all like six feet tall or at least close to it and about two hundred pounds and there were five of them. Remember right they would have had that car unstuck in a hot minute but it looked like they didn't even try like there's no push marks. There's feeding the snow. There's no tire tracks it's stuck and they're not there when police check they see that there's a quarter tank of gas still in the car so the men hadn't run out of fuel because they can't find the keys. Police managed to hot wire. The car and it starts no problems so that rules out any kind of mechanical issues At first police. Initially that these guys must have somehow taken a wrong turn and got lost up there but then they find those four maps that one of the guys brought up there. One of the maps included the same area that the car was founded. All of the maps were neatly folded and left in the glove compartment. You even mentioned earlier that Jack specifically brought all of these maps for me. It's hard to believe that they weren't using them or think to use them if they had gotten lost in like they're clearly lost. The snow would have immediately tipped them off that like. Hey we're not home yet. We're not close to home. Yeah and that's what I thought too but you know it's hard to account for what kind of impact maybe their intellectual disabilities might have had on that kind of reasoning. We'll and again like I said they are using the maps. I didn't say that they weren't like they could be going there intentionally. And using the map to guide them. They're right right. That's totally an option and honestly them intentionally going up. There is kind of what police are thinking at this point but they just don't know why that road that they were on was not very well maintained. It was not used very much. And it's a pretty rough road. But here's the thing when they look at the underside of the car. They're expecting to see damage. I mean again. This is not a paved road. There are potholes. It's crazy but there's no damage.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"But it's north of Sacramento and directly west of the national forest. Thank you very much. No that's good information honestly because especially for people that aren't are in California for looking it up on a map you you can find a little bit easier so essentially because there are a lot of them live with their parents still their clothes have been laid out in the evening of the twenty fourth before they left for Chico so they're excited about getting back to this basketball game so right away. That's important formation no too because you always wonder. Is there an aspect of them purposefully not returning. They had a fun thing plan that they're gonNA do on the weekend. They went to basketball game before their own tournament weekend. They had their clothes laid out before they left. They played for it was is difficult. Vocational Rehabilitation Center is where they played basketball so that was their team gateway gators and the team Ted. We're had asked his mother to wash his new wight high top sneakers for the term insane. We got a big game Saturday. Don't you let me oversleep so they specifically. They're excited about this. You know it was a big basketball. We can for these guys. They're really early days. Before I phone alarms. I know right so when the Group failed to return Yuba city their families became concerned immediately and call the police lease so again. This is where if it's a bunch of adults that don't really have an issue there plywood raise too many alarms that they went to a college basketball game and didn't come back the next stay. I mean what are your thoughts immediately. If just a normal group of guys they probably went out drinking got a hotel and stayed the night but they were expected to be home home to start this this this tournament so immediately. The sheriff's department began searching for him so just a recap they went from Cuba to Chico for in college basketball game. They stopped at a convenience store on their way back. The game ended about ten so they would have got back probably around midnight you know if they're a little later twelve thirty one. AM and they had a very important basketball tournament. They're playing in over the weekend that they're supposed to be a part of Sheriff's department start searching so we're gonNA fast fast for the weren't anymore. UPDATES till Tuesday February twenty eighth. This is when a forest ranger found Jack Madrid's car abandoned so this is a forest stranger in the national forest. The vehicle was a turquoise and white nineteen sixty nine mercury MONTALTO. It was on an unpaved road near Oroville in the Rogers cow camp area past elk retreat at an elevation of four thousand five hundred feet so this is in the national forest I and it was located around a two and a half hour drive from Chico in the opposite direction of the route. They're supposed to drive home and way up in the mountains in the Plumas National Forest Mike. I know you looked at a map. I think Chico's north correct north of Yuba Yeah Chico's north a little a bit north. I'd say north and slightly West took so I mean they even city they had it's in the freeway. There is a straight south drive. Yeah that would went so they went even farther north twice the distance essentially in the wrong direction up in the mountains and then abandoned in their car was abandoned. It's pretty incredible like they drove twice a distance in the wrong direction so the Plumas National Force against one point five million Acre acre national forest we talked about that. It's unique the locations you because if you look at you on the map it is south of Chico both on the same highway anyway so again. It's extremely easy to get back and forth. It's basically you get on the highway and go all the way and you get off the city so getting back on the highway to head south it'd be it'd make more sense if they got lost somewhere on the way south because the highway doesn't continue the way they went during the investigation. The police did not find anything that would make someone think foul play occurred so the car was unlocked. One Window is down in the keys. Were missing the candy rappers from the things they bought the milk. Cartons and basketball programs were in the car and maps were left in the glove compartment. They did have maps and the directions to get to and from their destination and where they wanted to go home so there's no obvious damage to the car which was a big deal because they said the road they they were on was super bumpy in unmade so basically it was a road that you should be driving in a four wheel or four wheel drive vehicle on like taping type of thing so they must have been driving slow or something because they would have expected there to be damage on the car that was noted in the police report so obviously the road was bad enough that they were surprised at this Mercury Taegu made it as far as it did with no bumps anything essentially they had a quarter tank of gas and they were not stuck in the snow. Basically what confused investigators is that the driver either use astonishingly honestly amount of care precision our new the road well enough to anticipate every single rut. It's pretty incredible and then they had gas they weren't stuck so they're high up enough and there was some snow avail on the ground. They essentially abandoned fully functional car is what they're really looking AETNA and that's kind of what confused them. It's like you have this car of guys there either lost or something and they left a car that had gas that wasn't stuck that wasn't damaged yeah so very very very confusing to investigators working on this so now we have a big gap. Were basically a search churches occurring. They didn't have any updates so from February twenty eighth to March third. We're going to be talking about Rangers. Search the area for five days found on no trace of the men to make things worse soon after the search started a severe blizzard moved into the area and they got nine inches of snow that dropped in the upper mountain so this is an obviously hinder any of the search efforts that they had the search teams had so many issues that they stated that they nearly lost men themselves two days later they had these things called snow cats that were having issues these like the boxy vehicles with tank tracks for snow and I'm trying to think of the do you remember the movie Goldeneye. Can I the James Bond movie I do. It's it's do you remember those things that they had when they earn like Siberia Yup. That's what they're talking about so they had these snow cats. He's things things that could basically navigate all so they're really bringing out some of the right equipment and they they knew the area well enough that they're gonNA get a decent search and even though they had the blizzard going on so as the news the disappearance spread Joseph Scans contacted the police say he had seen the men between eleven pm am and twelve pm on that Friday so we now also have a guy that saw the news comments said you know hey I actually saw these guys from eleven to noon news that would also fall in line with the timeframe of the drive somewhat after they left that that shop so they saw them eleven pm to twelve. Am Yeah Yeah I did say five PM. I meant okay but he saw them in that window and he estimated that time 'cause we're talking. It's it's a week or two later when he calls after he sees the news so he was driving up gravel road to his cabin when his car became stuck in the snow and unfortunately while trying trying to push his car out he suffered a heart attack so this is this is where this is where the and this is why. I don't want to say like the story but this is what really got me see for this story so the Rub for this is there are two different versions of the story both of which are weird and somewhat creepy alright it version one and they come from this guy who suffered a heart attack and did he die from a heart attack. He did not die from the heart attack and so this yes I guess yeah he told the story he told the story but still it's. It's this is going to blow your mind cause. I know you didn't read this yet. In one version while Joe I was laying in his car suffering from his apparent heart attack he saw two sets of headlights coming up behind him was a car and the other was a pickup truck he he got out of his car to flag them down obviously because he's having medical issues. The two vehicles both stopped what he said about twenty feet from him. The passengers passengers got out then left together in one car. Joe Spent the rest of the night in his car before walking back down the mountain in the morning so oh this so okay. Let's recap version one Joe Johns having a heart attack now remember Joe Johns. Is this guy who contacted police saying he saw the group so he's not part of the moon. I'm going to try and keep recapping as much as possible because there's a lot of actors in this story Joe Get stuck on this road again. This is the road where the this group of five that are developmentally disabled drove up with no issue. This guy has a cabin here and had issues driving up this road. He got stuck in the snow. He he was trying to push his car out of being stuck. When he suffered heart attack? He's laying in his car having a heart attack apparently when he sees headlights come up thinking thinking he's got some sort of salvation. He's going to get help. He flags them down. Both cars. Stop the people exit the cars all enter into one car just simply drive away which means they left the pickup truck there apparently then this guy who's having a heart attack spent the night having his heart attack in his car car in walked out to get help and survived so that's version.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"Unknown unknown? I'm your co host Joey Radio with me as always as Mike Vanda bogart what's up everybody thanks for tuning in. It feels great to be back actio. I know we both had some interesting trips while you're gone. Yeah I am besides the Iraqis trip I know we recorded an episode since then but I spent four and a half five days in the back country of Montana Glacier national park and it was absolutely stunning. Just one of my favorite parks you oh you and I went there. What was it five years ago? Yet has to have five years now. Yeah it was a while ago but we actually stayed at the fifty mountain site that we were we were at we went a couple other places that just really really beautiful ended up covering about sixty two miles in that period of time so we were really moving but it was it was a great trip didn't running running any bears couple the rangers about their missing persons case. They're working on now. Also got some got. Some good information might have to do not bestowed on him in a little it just to talk about that guy cool yeah so you were out in glacier and I was actually up in Alaska about a month ago and it was amazing. It wasn't really what you'd call hiking trip but we did get some hiking in I went hiking with buddy and Denali for a day and then we did some hiking too a glacier near in your anchorage and we also did some psychiatry around glacier called Spencer glacier so it's really cool. I recommend Alaska anybody. can get up there. We had a lot of issues forth forest fires while we're there so the air quality towards the end of the trip was pretty subpar but we were able to get all the all the good hiking in that we could so great ship nuts excellent you sit out of the triangle though right in the heart of the triangle right in the triangle triangle you made it out so that's good I went into the triangle the Alaska Triangle and came out so it can happen tastic so besides the trips were on we do. Have you know one exciting update. We mentioned this on our last episode before the break we have bedding. I didn't contact with some people that have known are Nelson. This is a guy that we did one of our cases on a while back. One of the guys is known him for a very long time the other guy did did some hiking with them so we are planning to have an interview with these guys to kind of shed some light on Arvin and bring the light some information. That's not publicly known so so stay tuned for that. I'm not exactly sure when we'll drop that at this point but it will be in the next couple of months yeah. We had a coordinated with them. I and I'm I'm personally very excited because a lot of times when we do these episodes we we work off the information we can get from police reports or from news broadcasts in its you know some times times if anyone's ever been interviewed and seen what their interviews like in the paper afterwards there's a lot of something can be missed out so we were contacted by this group because they said there was a couple of things they wanted wanted to correct this on. There weren't weren't any major differences but it also helps shed a light on the type of Person Auburn was in and get some better insight into what could have happened. Yes yeah so it's exciting that they they reached out to us and are willing to talk with us. You know it's very personal when you know somebody and they go missing the you know the person so we appreciate you know that one other thing we do have a Amazon storefront and Joe and I have been putting products on there that we highly recommend in have used in the back country so if you want to help the show out go to our storefront and purchase. We've got tons up there. We've got different print type of climbing here a lot of stuff that you can use in the back country and every sale we get a little portion out of it and it helps us keep the lights on so if you're in the market for any and you hiking gear check it out and we'd like to think this week sponsor Verger they've been helping us out mostly through the first half of the show so we're glad to have them back when we restart art these episodes again I've been recently. I think I posted about this on facebook. 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Wildfire in Plumas National Forest is California’s largest so far this year
"Claims figures wildfire of the year season here in California still only ten percent contained of this is as of this morning the Walker fire the remote remote to golden country in north of Sacramento sprint or forty four thousand acres triggered mandatory evacuations Turlock of fire spokesman Kevin did well she's crews are making some progress we have clothes no more roads that
"plumas national forest" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Santa Barbara county sheriff the searches were conducted under warrants approved by a judge and in order to have a war to prove the judge needs to be convinced by law enforcement of the probability that a car. I'm was committed true the quad exes filed a lawsuit under pre civil war provision of maritime law also used by the owners of the Titanic the to search the company is not liable for damages because the boat passed its two most recent inspections and was deemed seaworthy the victims are dot net predawn fire were sleeping in a cramped bunk room below deck with the fire started with escape routes being blocked fire season in California ABC's Alex stone reports so far crews have been working to keep up with those places one of two large wildfires burning here in California has grown to close to forty four thousand acres it's in a very remote area near Quincy California about a three hour drive from Sacramento it's in the Plumas National Forest no buildings have been damaged but firefighters say they are making progress flame activity decreased last night and containment lines are holding in place about fire started on Wednesday authorities still don't know how well hunter from the Midwest is returning to the U. S. after bagging an endangered animal in Africa Chris pay arc as a trophy hunter from Michigan who paid four hundred thousand dollars to kill a rare black rhino in Namibia now he's received permission from the fish and Wildlife Service to bring the animal skins skull and Warren's back home the U. S. Endangered Species Act makes it illegal to import trophies unless it helps their survival in his application payer claim that twenty nine year old rhino he killed was interfering with younger animals breeding and harming population growth Deborah Rodriguez CBS news Texas man is facing charges police say he attacked the iconic Wall Street charging bull with a banjo police say Kevin via like left a number of dance a hole in one of the horns of apple after attacking it on Saturday the attorney for is Stephen Avery makes what she calls a big announcement related to the case of a client who was featured in the Netflix documentary making a murderer claims he is not being released from prison and there is no new appeal but Kathleen Zellner released a statement Monday announcing a new reward for the quote real killer of Theresa Halbach and quote sellers says the one hundred thousand dollar reward is being offered up. buy a concerned citizen however did not identify that person Stephen Avery was convicted in the two thousand five murder of Wisconsin photographer Avery has maintained his innocence last month the Wisconsin judge denied Avery's request for a new trial Bryan Burrough ABC news five forty nine years.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Camera locations above your car. And if you want to tell us about your commute, we're listening KCBS traffic sputter with a call two four one five. Five three nine one KCBS anytime four one five three nine one five two two seven. That's why we're the traffic leader six nine AM seven forty KCBS. Or the time now is three forty hour. News watch continues interior secretary Ryan Zinke toured wildfire damage again yesterday. So that fire recovery cost likely will be in the billions Zinke said that he is astonished by the devastation caused by the campfire and suggested donating timber from the plumas national forest nearby to rebuild the city of paradise. Welcome home. KCBS? Tim Ryan reports from Menlo Park where first responders are now back home from the battle in Butte. Menlo park. Fire battalion chief Tom Calvert says it was an assignment like no other. It's incredible. It's widespread. Everywhere you go up there. And you look everything's burned down, you know, it's just a very surreal environment to work in first responders from here in the bay firefighters and police wish they could have remained on scene until every last name could be removed from the missing persons list. But he says that's unrealistic definitely a very difficult task for the for the responders both physically, but also, mentally it's not lost on us that these are people's homes, and it's people's lives. He says crews will rest, but also we'll be ready to respond. The next time there needed in Menlo Park. Tim Ryan KCBS. The head coach of the forty Niners defends the team's decision to release Reuben foster after he was arrested again on charges of domestic violence. KCBS is making goals. We reports from Levi's stadium in Santa Clara. It's the second time this year that the forty Niners linebacker has been arrested on domestic violence accusation. This tape was released by the Tampa police department. Forty niners. Coach Kyle Shanahan says the team opted to stick with him after the February arrest and tried to make sure he had the help he needed. But this time, I don't know exactly what happened between Ruben and the accuser. But after this happened a second time with the same person in our hotel. I think that decision making was enough for us to move on. Meaning he says that if he's guilty or innocent foster new he'd be off the team if there was ever another allegation to go through that with someone and to almost to bring the bad light that he brought on our organization on himself to do all that. And then put yourself in that situation again, that's someone that's very hard to trust their decision making at Levi stadium. Megan gold, speak KCBS, former Niner and raider Alden Smith pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors for a domestic violence case earlier this year. Prosecutors say that he was sentenced to three years probation. And ninety days in jail that can be served in a residential treatment center. He also will have to attend fifty two weeks of domestic violence counseling and twenty five hours of community service. The raiders released Alden Smith in the days after his initial arrest. He had played for the forty Niners starting in twenty eleven but the team released him in August of two thousand fifteen following arrests for DUI hit and run in Santa Clara. And the coast guard is investigating the collision of Golden Gate ferry boat at San Francisco's ferry building last Friday KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports that the Golden Gate ferry fleet may still be able to meet the commuting demand. The collision was caught on cell phone video.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"At the right times and coming in reducing all this chaparrals and and fuel load on the ground. So you don't have these fires just rage. Zinke suggested donating timber from the nearby plumas national forest to rebuild the town of paradise Ukraine's state security service says it's intelligence officers were. Among the crew on Ukrainian naval ship seized by Russia in a standoff near Crimea. The SBA agency said in a statement that officers were fulfilling counter intelligence operations for the Ukrainian navy in response to psychological and physical pressure by Russian spy services at didn't elaborate, but demanded Russia's stops such activity a Russia's FSBA intelligence agency said late Monday that there were SBU officers on board. The Ukrainian ships calling that proof of a provocation staged by Ukraine. Both countries traded blame after Russian border guards on Sunday opened fire on three Ukrainian navy vessels and eventually seized them in their crews. The incident put the two countries on war footing. And of course, raised international concern. A NASA spacecraft has successfully landed on Mars to explore. The planet's interior a flight controllers announced the spacecraft insight touchdown Monday after a perilous supersonic descent through the red Martian skies. It's Nastase eighth. Successful Mars landing since nineteen. Nine hundred seventy six the one armed insight will operate from the same spot for the next two years. Nasa says this will eventually pave the way for humans on Mars sometime in the twenty thirties. And we'll get a better look at today at whether retailers one cyber Monday. Of course, they did Toby analytics says when all the numbers are in yesterday's expected to be the biggest online shopping day in US history with spending forecast, the nudge, close to the eight billion dollar, Mark. But with people doing cyber Monday shopping into the late night hours yesterday. It's expected last minute purchases will make up about twenty percent of.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Firefighter? All these people. It's pretty sad. Keeping our commitment to you. It gives you a different perspective of the firefighting. What we do. We are the bay area's news station. All news one six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's eleven forty one and interior secretary. Ryan Zinke is back in northern California touring wildfire damage and says that fire recovery costs likely will be in the billions think he said that he's been astonished by the devastation caused by the campfire secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue joins Zinke and visiting the ruins of what's left, and there's not much left to the town of paradise, and he suggested donating timber from the plumas national forest nearby to rebuild the town. Fema has distributed more than twenty million dollars in assistance for people displaced by the campfire and most of it has gone to housing assistance, including vouchers for hotel rooms disaster response is in an early phase. But many people will eventually get longer term housing in trailers or apartments. Fema also has distributed five million dollars to help with other needs including funeral expenses. A teacher at a charter high school in Chico believes in the healing power of dance and art KCBS mortgage. Schaefer tells us about her plans Jarrah miles teaches dance at inspire school of the arts and sciences and Chico to have our. Showcase was actually the night. The fire broke out show is postponed over half, the company lost their homes almost all of those students have reached out to me and want to know when are we getting back to this? What are we gonna do when we get back? Are we still going to have our dance show? I need to Dan the show will go on when the time is right miles says all types of art cannot only be healing. But an escape whether it's visual arts theater music is so hearing so many people and either the act of creating it or even just being the audience. Can do miraculous things. So she and other performing and visual artists are making sure art is part of the rebuilding process and will launch a website at the end of the week. Art, strong Butte county dot org Marg Schaefer KCBS. Sorry. I'm late. I thought he left the garage open and had to drive all the way home again funny. I left mine opened at a two, but I got a text from my security system, letting me.
"plumas national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"CBS news time, ten forty one FEMA has distributed more than twenty million dollars in assistance for people displaced by the campfire, most of that has gone to housing assistance, including vouchers for hotel rooms disaster response is in an early phase. But many people will eventually get longer term housing and trailers or apartments FEMA has excuse me. Fema has also distributed five million dollars to help with other needs including funeral expenses and interior secretary. Ryan Zinke is back in northern California. The tour wildfire damage and says the fire recovery cost likely will be in the billions he said that he would rather spend that money, however on other public services seek he said that he has been astonished by the devastation caused by the campfire secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue joins Zinke in visiting the ruins of the town of paradise. He suggested donating timber from the plumas national forest to rebuild. Build paradise. And as the Butte county community recovers a dance teacher is determined that the show will go on here's KCBS mortgage Shaffer. On the data campfire broke out dance teacher at inspire school of the arts and sciences and Chico. Jarrah miles was preparing for that evening's fall dance showcase over half. My damn company lost their homes, and of course, he had postponed the dance show because everyone was scattered to the wins. I had students that left in may never come back today area. But those who have stayed have asked. When are we.