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05:48 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven as communities on these coast prepare for hurricane Florence volunteers from our area headed that way to help. Gaulan says in fight world. Vision has pack the truck with thirty thousand pounds of supplies by the time. All this stuff reaches the east coast, dozens of volunteers from the northwest will be on the ground to dawn, Marie Cooper arrives. At seatac packed and prepare for a storm. I'm excited she's off to Richmond Virginia to help run a shelter. I have a sleeping bag and side. I have a pillow. One of two dozen local Red Cross volunteers flying east ahead of hurricane. Florence Betsy Robertson left this morning storms moving target. So we'll see where it goes. And where it hits where they need us. The most with catastrophic flooding expected mass evacuations are underway on the east coast. Boeing shut down there, South Carolina facilities and flew several seven eighty seven's west to Everett for safekeeping. This is gonna make a huge impact and difference in the communities. I mean Quincy Walker is going to to distribute supplies or help out. In any other way, not nervous in the least bit. This is a no brainer for me. It's the calm before the storm right now, I'm calm. I might not be by the time. I arrive or by the time the storm, but don't Marino's the difference each helping hand can make her mother was rescued during Hurricane Katrina. She hopes to help the next family in need, this people helping people which is what our society needs today. State emergency management tells me they've coordinated two teams eight total people from various agencies to head east and hundreds of soldiers from engineers to medical teams are on standby ready to leave at a moment's notice. In fife. Gabe Cohen, KOMO news. Some new recordings obtained by the Seattle times reveals suspicions about an airline worker a year before he's stolen airplane and crashed it on island. Komo's Brian Calvert has more after being congratulated for his final barrel. Roll on board that horizon Q four hundred we got a glimpse of Richard Russell's state of mind. I don't want to open. But apparently there were clues a year before last month's highs in the days following the heist and crash pilot. Joel Monte felt the need to make a report communications. How may I help you? Yeah. Man. The fifty five year old from Tacoma has thirty years of piloting experience information. Jackie. How can you see Joel Monte th new Richard Russell? In my cockpit. You know? At least one occasion questions. To watch. Which is a preflight preparation. If that were the only incident. Another occasion. Confronted. Unoccupied here playing with another guy in the cockpit with him. And they were. Maybe switches and whatnot and the airplane. He says these guys just shouldn't have been there. And I went over and confronted them. At that time. They were like, oh you're talking about how to turn on the year. The airplane. I thought it was unusual and. But I really didn't have a point. You know? I mean, I I don't know what their procedures are whatever Monte told the times he not only gave this information to a dispatcher, but he also told his employer about his run ins with Russell on tape. We hear the dispatcher tell them someone may follow up. But today Monte says he's received no call from investigators from any jurisdiction about his statements. I don't think it's the same with this guy like. Plot like overnight. Maybe this guy. Long time. And then. Four hundred. Airplane of opportunity. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. And here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now after waddling between gains and losses US stocks ending the day mixed the Dow and SNP in the green while tech stocks helped drive down the NASDAQ Facebook ending the day down more than two percent, chipmaker Micron Technology dropped four point three. The Dow gained twenty seven the SNP one and the NASDAQ lost eighteen and a US reclaiming the title of the world's largest crude oil producer, the energy information administration said Wednesday that the US likely surpassed Russia this summer producing nearly eleven million barrels per day. Mark Remillard, ABC news. The latest projections on hurricane Florence show. The storm weakening and intensity just a bid and shifting just a little to the south ABC's. Jim Ryan says that relatively good news has not slowed storm preparations where he is in North Carolina. The greatest fear of officials here is that a brighter. Hurricane outlook might keep some residents who are on the fence about evacuating from doing. So after all says Raleigh North Carolina city manager Ruffin hall. There's a real potential for significant damage from this event that will last more than a few days be energy company for this region. Estimates that power outages from hurricane Florence could last for several weeks in two thousand sixteen the milder hurricane Matthew knocked out electric to one and a half million homes and businesses in this region. Jim Ryan, ABC.

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"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

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03:00 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"I we go live to ABC. Komo news time to thirty. Forecasters and government officials are warning hurricane. Florence is life threatening with unprecedented wins rainfall and storm surge but Marc crew with the city of Myrtle Beach says he's concerned people aren't heating the warnings get out doesn't look like it's going to be a good scenario. I think we're looking at two or three days worth of hurricane conditions based on the latest forecast. National weather service says more than ten million people are now under watches or warnings, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster zones. Then you must evacuate three hundred thousand plus people already have done Lawrence as a category. Three with one hundred twenty five mph winds sources, tell ABC news at former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort is working out a possible. Plea deal with special counsel Robert Muller's office in his upcoming second trial. He's already been convicted of Bank fraud. President Trump has signed an executive order authorizing sanctions against foreigners who medal in US elections. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Komo news time to thirty one. Good afternoon. I'm Taylor van Cise here in Seattle, we have partly cloudy skies. And it's sixty five degrees at KOMO news. Teachers in Tom water, say they will defy Thurston county. Superior Court Judge who issued an injunction ordering them to return to school judge. Chris Linis heard in our of arguments for maternity for the teachers union and the school district before saying he was convinced the ongoing strike was resulting in substantial harm to students who are not yet in school. I'm going to grant the school district's motion for a preliminary injunction, specifically the order will join a teacher strike that is happening right now, effective immediately. And we'll order the defendants to notify their members of this ruling as soon as possible as well. However, the judge didn't issue any penalty saying he felt teachers would do the right thing. The teacher say they will. Will continue to pick it until they get what they describe as a fair and reasonable agreement. Local groups and agencies are sending help to the other side of the country. In advance of what some are calling the most powerful hurricane to make landfall north of Florida. This isn't the first relief effort of the summer at Federal Way based World Vision that being said I kind of hurricane of the season stop, but our pre-position palace. We responded to the middle Sinoe Redding, California fires still Quincy. Walker says they have supplies ready to ship east for those about to ride out a powerful storm. We have coolers right here. We have tissues and paper towel vision is even sending food one bag of this who will feed a family of five for north west is sending plasma to the hurricane impact zone predicting there's going to be a tremendous need in the Carolinas. But that will be there's going to be an increased need here as well. Volunteers are wanted to replenish the local supply. Brian Calvert, KOMO news as hurricane Florence barrels toward the. East coast..

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic and weather every ten minutes on the fours and a ho hum end to the trading day on Wall Street. It's one thirty hurricanes. Lawrence has slowed to a category. Three storm as it nears. The Carolina coast despite the downgrade to one hundred and twenty five mile per hour winds. It's still expected to pack a punch and make landfall Friday bringing a rush of water so worried about the wind storm serves that causes most of the damage, and that's why you evacuate in front of a hurricane to get out of the way of the storm surge. Mark crew public information director and the city of Myrtle Beach. She says hurricane conditions are forecast. Hangover the Carolinas for two or three days. President Trump taking action today to allow future sanctions against people or countries who try to interfere with US elections director of national intelligence, Dan. Encode says there have been signs China, Iran and North Korea have attempted to meddle in addition to Russia and the head of sixty minutes is out at CBS. He's been under investigation following reports that he groped women at parties and tolerated and abusive workplace the network president says the firing was not directly related to those allegations. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. Komo news time one thirty one in Seattle. Sixty three degrees and partly cloudy. Deputies in Snohomish county are looking into what caused a deadly crash in STAN what had happened just before eleven o'clock this morning at twenty eight th avenue northwest and two hundred sixty eighth street northwest, the driver of one vehicle died effort burst into flames following a collision. The other driver taken to the hospital with what are described as non-life-threatening injuries. The Tacoma school district is calling on teacher's union leadership to let striking members vote on the latest contract offer. This is district spokesman danville voelpel. Our proposal represents a twelve point four five percent increase in teacher salaries, soap L said that offer would put them at a thirty five million dollar deficit. Come next year. He said teachers should be allowed to vote on the offer and end the strike and in some water today. Thurston county Superior Court Judge Chris Lanese ordered striking teachers to return to work finding substantial harm to students because. Of the ongoing strike. There was a reference at the last hearing that I should preemptively set some sort of penalty on a per day basis to people who defines order, I'm going to note that I'm not going to do that. I have every reason to believe that everyone is professionals and will comply with the court's order. The time water teacher's union says they will meet with members and decide what to do battleground. Teachers, meanwhile remained on strike with students missing a tenth day of class a striking Tacoma teacher is so fed up with the labor impasse that. She quit her job after nineteen years and an Hawkins thinks others are going to follow suit. I'm doing this in the hopes that if one teacher leaves now the district can come to their senses the district recognized Hawkins as one of their top educators last year, she hopes to land a better paying job with a neighboring district Combo's. Brian Calvert has more on some local efforts now to help those in the path of hurricane. Florence forklifts. Are moving workers are assembling pallets of supplies are ready. To go shipping day is Thursday. Now, we're assembling about twenty four to thirty palace of products. That's world Vision's Quincy Walker. We have pallets of sleeping bags mats, air mats, tense canopies, a Federal Way based organization is also sending food in advance of the powerful storm and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping a precious supply to the Carolinas. Meaning they could use a few more donations locally everyone is pitching in even though we're thousands of miles away. See a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Coming up on KOMO news after traffic.

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"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

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05:26 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Efforts are kicking into high gear as supplies are ready to ship to that hurricane zone world Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tense canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. So you don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping precious supply of blood and plasma anticipating huge need after hurricane Florence arrives. The head of the city's Seattle energy committee has ordered an audit of Seattle city light. As komo's Brian Calvert tells us this on it comes after months of complaints, everything from a new computer system to bad weather. Barking dogs is being blamed for a collection of complaints about light bills that are higher than they should be Seattle city light has to issue these higher bills after they estimate your power use due to not being able to read a meter when the meter finally does get read in many cases, the earlier estimate doesn't come close resulting in a high Bill to make up the difference. The times reports that council member Theresa Moscato has ordered city auditor David Jones to spend the next nine to ten months looking at the utilities policies and procedures. The audit announcement comes just a couple of days before industry veteran. Deborah Smith takes over at city light. Smith was picked by mayor, Jenny durken. Who said Tuesday, we've been making significant progress, including clearing a backlog of more than seventy four thousand account billing issues. Brian Calvert, KOMO news years ago, when I was in Pullman, Washington state university had a serious issue with overcrowding in the dorms. And now the university continues to see an increasing number of students. This fall. Komo's Kelly Bleier with the latest numbers. Currently has more than thirty one thousand students at its six campuses. That's a nearly three percent increase over last year. Phil wiler. With you offers an explanation. The same number the difference. Was that more students that? Yes, after we had said, yes. But now typically universities will accept more students than they expect will actually come. But for some reason people wanted to come to Washington state this year, the largest increase in role was at the Pullman campus. Would they saw jumped fifteen percent Kelly Bleier, KOMO news. An investigation into the theft and crash of a horizon airplane last month from Seattle Tacoma international airport is about to begin. Komo's Eric Heintz reports the port of Seattle Tuesday authorized spending three hundred twenty five thousand dollars for the investigation. The Tacoma news Tribune reports the results and recommendations are expected to be published in December the plane was stolen by horizon. Ground crew member Richard Russell on August tenth airline officials say Russell used a tovia call to rotate the park playing one hundred eighty degrees before climbing into the cockpit taxing and taking flight after staying and flight and performing stunts for more than an hour. The play. Crashed on Caltrans island in Puget Sound. Russell was the only casualty Eric Heintz. Komo news. The new commercial terminal at Paine field in Everett could lead to more parking for travelers up proposed design change comes as construction on the new terminal approaches completion propellers Inc. CEO? Brett Smith tells the Everett herald that enlarging the projects footprint by about fifteen acres would help provide room for about eleven hundred parking stalls. The number of proposed flights has doubled to twenty four per day. Alaska, Airlines southwest and United have all announced plans to operate there. A new study says protection from flu vaccine starts to fade just after a few weeks. Researchers with Kaiser Permanente northern California found the risk of coming down with the flu goes up by sixteen percent every twenty eight days after getting a flu shot that means someone who gets the flu shot at the beginning of September could be less protected when the height of flu season hits the CDC recommends getting a flu shot by the end of October. The study published in the latest edition of clinical. Infectious diseases. Komo news time one ten update on sports at ten and forty past the hour with Tom Glasgow tonight marks the first of three opportunities for the Seattle storm to wrap up the third WNBA title in franchise history is they hope to sweep away the mystics on their home court tonight in Fairfax Virginia gametime set for five o'clock Mariners and Padres with a three forty started time today at Safeco field wrap up their two game series. Once again, the Mariners offense anemic last night is San Diego got a two one victory. Lefty Wade LeBlanc on the mound today for the huskies and utes Saturday night in Salt Lake City dogs a bit of a challenge to say the least in their conference opener in the win over North Dakota. We got to see backup quarterback Jake Hainer. Did a very nice job that did not surprise husky head coach Chris Peterson Jake was good. Yeah. He kinda practices like that. And you know, he's been he's been a really pretty good deep ball thrower for last year. And that kind of showed up in the game. Gives us a chance to make plays forum. Receivers been doing that. So that was kind of how he'd been practicing yellow flea. We'll see him again this week due to a big blowout lead for the huskies against the utilized. Pre game coverage on Saturday getting underway at two o'clock. Some NFL quarterback news Nick foles will once again get the start for the eagles. Carson wentz. Still not medically cleared to play Ben Rothlisberger. The Steelers hoping to play this week. He's having some issues with his right elbow more sports in thirty minutes. I'm Tom Glasgow here.

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"High gear as supplies are ready to ship to that hurricane zone world Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tense canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. So you don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping

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"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

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02:58 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a category. Three storm, but still expected to pack a punch forecasters say it could drum up and dump up to forty inches of rain. When all is said and done along the North Carolina coast and create a large storm surge along the coast it could pick back up, and we could be predicting this hurricane unpredictable as well. South carolina. Governor Henry McMaster warning everybody to take heed Florence now projected to make landfall late Friday. President Trump has signed an executive order authorizing sanctions against foreigners who medal in US elections. National security adviser John Bolton says the order will look into campaign interference along with propaganda and misinformation. Sources telling ABC news that former Trump campaign advisor Paul Manafort is in negotiations with special counsel, Robert Muller's team over a potential plea agreement. It comes before his second trial is expected to start. He's already been found guilty of tax and Bank fraud in another trial. Michelle Franzen ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. Twelve thirty one. This is the KOMO noon report. I'm Carleen Johnson. Along with Rick van Cise down your top local stories, judge in Thurston county. Superior court ordering today streakers striking teachers entomb water to return to school judge. Chris Lonie said that he's now convinced there is real and substantial harm to students who have yet to start the school year. And he issued a preliminary injunction telling teachers to return to work the question is will they comply Tim boy, the president of the Tim water Education Association. I'm sure there will be some of some sort. But it's the memberships decision. Not mine. Meantime in Tacoma the school district today announced it has offered a twelve and a half percent. Raise to striking teachers. This is the district spokesman Daniel Powell our school board and our district. Call on the leadership of the TA to allow its members to vote on this proposal. Tacoma students today missing a fifth day of classes, the strike also continues in the battleground school district where students have missed ten days of school, local groups and agencies. Sending help to the other side of the country. In advance of what some are calling the most powerful hurricane to make landfall north of Florida. Komo's Brian Calvert. With the update this isn't the first relief effort of the summer at Federal Way based World Vision that being said I kind of hurricane of the season and stop but our pre-position palace. We were sponsored to the they'll say no in Redding, California fires still Quincy. Walker says they have supplies ready to ship east for those about to ride out a powerful storm. We have coolers right here. We have tissues and paper towel vision is even sending food one bag of this food will feed a family of five for north west is sending plasma to the hurricane impact zone predicting there's going to be a tremendous need in the Carolinas. But that will be going to be an increased need here as well. Volunteers are wanted to replenish the local supply. Brian Calvert, KOMO news as the hurricane barrels toward the east coast..

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"I had was in the lobby. I watched a father walk in with two young boys. And he you could see it in his eyes. And the frantic way he was looking everywhere. He was in a state of chaos, and there is so little control for him in his life and scared and trying to protect us. You boys who were bawling their eyes out. They were so scared, and they were wet and they were drenched from head to toe and carrying a plastic garbage bag with a few supplies. So in that moment. I as a mother felt compelled to go and help those boys. So I I went over to the to the dad, and I ask permission to give them a snack that I had in my pocket. And the next thing I did was asked if I could get them dry clothes, and I ran to the other side of the hallway and grabs some clothing that had been collected there. And I brought things to change the boys into and it was just that first step in the process of trying to get back to some kind of normalcy. After at that point, probably three days of darkness and rain and not knowing what's going to happen next. Meantime, world Vision's Quincy Walker says they are sending pallets tents canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas. You don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families displaced or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. So I feel good always feel good to be able to get in. In there and help the most vulnerable in the most navies and bloodworks northwest. They are shipping a precious supply east anticipating a huge need after hurricane Florence arrives. You're flying east check with your airline. They go to that part of our story now with komo's Southwest Airlines. Saying starting in the middle of the day on Thursday running through Friday night. They're just not gonna fly into or out of Charlotte, North Carolina. So that's already making news this morning and airlines are stepping up to help flyers. Even before the storm hits more than half a dozen airlines like United delta American and south west they're offering a change tickets to and from the hurricane zone without a fee that includes airports in north and South Carolina Virginia, and for some airlines, Georgia we talked with travelers that are headed east this morning, then from Florida so I've been through several hurricanes. We always have to check. Yes. Absolutely..

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"High gear as supplies are ready to ship to the hurricane zone. World Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tenths canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. So you don't wanna see a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most navies and bloodworks northwest. They're shipping a precious supply east anticipating a huge need for blood after the hurricane arrives and investigation into the theft and crash a horizon airplay last month from seatac airport is about to begin. Komo's Eric Heintz reports the port of Seattle Tuesday authorized spending three hundred twenty five. Five thousand dollars for the investigation. The Tacoma news Tribune reports the results and recommendations are expected to be published in December the empty plane was stolen by horizon. Ground crew member Richard Russell on August tenth airline officials say Russell used a tovia call to rotate the park playing one hundred and eighty degrees before climbing into the cockpit taxing and taking flight after staying and flight and performing stunts for more than an hour. The plane crashed on Caltrans island in Puget Sound. Russell was the only casualty Eric Heintz. Komo news commercial terminal at Paine field in Everett could lead to more parking for travelers a proposed design change coming as construction on the terminal approaches completion propeller Inc. CEO Brett Smith tells the Everett herald enlarging the projects footprint Brian about fifteen acres would help provide room for about eleven hundred parking stalls. The number of proposed flights has doubled to twenty four per day as Alaska Airlines southwest and United all announced plans plans to operate their police in Bellingham looking for a voyeur who's been targeting specific neighborhood violate. Unsafe. Jessica Hawkins is terrified to be at her own home. We have a camera rate here facing our front window over the weekend. Jessica's roommate heard a man rustling and burping outside her bedroom window in the middle of the night. It's one of five similar cases. Police say or reported over the weekend around western Washington University..

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"A judge in Thurston county. Superior court today ordered striking teachers in water to return to school. In the meantime, the Tacoma school district's calling on the teacher's union to allow members to vote on their latest offer for a raise. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Live with a detail Thurston county. Superior Court Judge Chris Lanese listen to an hour of arguments at a hearing that began at nine this morning, concluding just before ten o'clock, then said, yes, he is convinced that there is real and substantial harm right now to students and parents in that district where the strike has delayed the start of the school year at he issued. Then the preliminary injunction saying teachers need to be back in the classroom immediately. The question is will the judge's order prompt those teachers to show up for work and their strike. This is the Tom water teacher's union president, I'm sure there will be. Of some sort. It's the memberships decision. Not mine. Meantime in Tacoma, the school district has announced today an offer of twelve and a half percent to the striking teachers. There are school board and our district. Call the leadership of the TA to allow its members to vote on this proposal danville. Pell with Tacoma schools, no decision at this point whether or not there will be a vote by the Tacoma Education Association on that latest offer which Tacoma school says we'll put them at a deficit of more than thirty million dollars by next year. Also striking still the battleground school district. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. If you are flying into the path of hurricane Florence in may be able to change flights without a charge delta American United southwest and Alaska are all waiving fees or the differences in fares to change a flight. Make sure you check with your airline before you fly to the east coast local groups and agencies sending help to the other side of the country in advance of what's calling the most powerful hurricane to make landfall north of Florida. Here's komo's Brian Calvert. This isn't the first relief effort of the summer at Federal Way based World Vision that being said I kind of hurricane of the season and stop but our pre-position palace. We were sponsored to the middle say no in Redding, California fires still Quincy. Walker says they have supplies ready to ship east for those about to ride out a powerful storm. We have coolers right here. We have tissues and paper towel vision is even sending food one bag of this who will feed a family of five four four. Works northwest is sending plasma to the hurricane impact zone predicting there's going to be a tremendous need in the Carolinas. But that will be there's going to be an increased need here as well. Volunteers are wanted to replenish the local supply. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Coming up after we check, traffic.

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03:23 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"The KOMO twenty four seven news center. The Tacoma school district's calling on teacher's union leadership to let striking members vote on the latest contract. Offer me. Meantime, at Thurston county, the teacher's union and the district back before a judge as the school strike brags on their the latest now live from komo's Carleen Johnson. Just a few moments ago Tacoma school district's danville. Pell announced what their latest offer looks like our proposal represents a twelve point four five percent increase in teacher salaries. The median and high salaries are above all of our competitive surrounding districts, and the the low entry level salary is near the middle of all the surrounding school districts. You might be able to hear the noise in the background there outside district headquarters. They were many many teachers that had gathered they were screaming and chanting outside as the announcement of that latest proposal was made and Tacoma school district calling again on those union leaders to let members vote also same time down in Tom water. Thurston county superior court arguments right now before a judge with the district claiming that the teachers strike there is in fact, causing plenty. Harm to kids who are missing school. And as we. Ration- certain. Rushing period. And the term water school district. There is asking the judge to order teachers back to work battleground teachers remain on strike as well reporting live. Carleen johnson. Komo news the striking Tacoma teacher so fed up with this impasse. She quit her job after nineteen years and an Hawkins, sinks, others will follow suit. I'm doing this in the hopes that if one teacher leaves now the district can come to their senses the district recognized Hawkins as one of their top educators last year, and she hopes to land a better paying job with a neighboring district while a million people or more flee the path of hurricane Florence headed for the east coast. Thousands of disaster response workers and volunteers are headed into the bullseye to prepare for the aftermath Red Cross worker. Betsy Robertson of shoreline left seatac this morning. She was in Houston after hurricane Harvey everyone who came to the shelter in downtown Houston. Everyone was soaking wet. But they all showed up scared and wet and very very relieved to be someplace safe and dry. Robertson tells KOMO she'll stay. A week or longer depending on how much destruction Florence leaves behind. Komo's Brian Calvert. With more on local efforts to help those in the path of Florence forklifts. Are moving workers are assembling and pallets of supplies are ready to go shipping day is Thursday. Now, we're assembling about twenty four to thirty palace of products. That's world Vision's Quincy Walker. We have pallets of sleeping bags mats, air mats. Tents canopies a Federal Way based organization is also sending food in advance of the powerful storm ended bloodworks northwest. They're shipping a precious supply to the Carolinas. Meaning they could use a few more donations locally everyone is pitching in even though we're thousands of miles away. I wanna see a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. So I feel good always good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Coming up what? Some major airlines are doing to help those impacted by the storm. Right now, it's thirty four here's Kira Jordan with a AAA traffic update..

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Cloudy skies, fifty seven in downtown Seattle as we get to those top stories now and first of all local relief efforts kicking into high gear as supplies are ready to ship to the hurricane zone. World Vision's Quincy Walker says they're sending several palates of tents canopies food and hygiene supplies to the Carolinas tomorrow. You don't want to see a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to deploy at a moment's notice. So I feel good. I always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most navies bloodworks northwest. They're shipping a precious supply east anticipating a huge need after hurricane. Florence arrives students at three Washington Washington school district have yet to start school because of teachers strikes. Those districts are Tacoma, Tom water and battleground komo's Carleen Johnson live with an update on developments in two of those districts right now. Well, the Tacoma school district has just begun a news conference at announcement in the stalemate with teachers when we learn about the news conference just about ninety minutes ago. The hope was it was going to be word of a breakthrough. But given the teacher's union had no idea the district was announcing anything it is not likely we're about to hear of any breakthrough. So komo's there will show the developments as soon as we get them. Tom water school district. Also back in court right now to explain the damages relating to that ongoing. Teachers strike. He recall last week of Thurston county judge ruled the strike was illegal. But said he needed more proof that the strikes causing substantial and irreparable harm before we do anything about it like perhaps ordering teachers back to work. We are also they're monitoring developments in that courtroom. Is hearing has just begun by battleground students yet to begin the school year as well. That is the other district still on strike as teachers hold out for more money. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. The head of the Seattle energy committee has ordered an audit of city light. It's komo's Brian Calvert tells us the audit comes after months of complaints, everything from a new computer system to bad weather barking dogs is being blamed for a collection of complaints about light bills that are higher than they should be Seattle city light has to issue these higher bills after they estimate your power use due to not being able to read a meter when the meter finally does get read in many cases, the earlier estimate doesn't come close resulting in a high Bill to make up the difference. The times reports that councilmember Theresa. Moscato has ordered city auditor David Jones to spend the next nine to ten months looking at the utilities policies and procedures. The audit announcement comes just a couple of days before industry veteran. Deborah Smith takes over at city light..

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KOMO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Nation station. Komo news. It's eight oh. Two on this Wednesday morning under cloudy skies. We have a few scattered showers around western Washington. It's fifty six degrees along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, local groups and agency. These are now sending help to the other side of the country in advance of what some people are calling those powerful hurricane to make landfall north of Florida. Komo's Brian Calvert has more. This isn't the first relief effort of the summer at Federal Way based World Vision that being said I kind of hurricane of the season and stop but our pre-position palace. We were sponsored to the middle seen in Redding. California fires still Quincy. Walker says they have supplies ready to ship east for those about to ride out a powerful storm. We have coolers right here. We have tissues and paper towel vision is even sending food one bag of this who feed a family of five four four works north west is sending plasma to the hurricane impact zone predicting there's going to be a tremendous need in the Carolinas. But that will be there's going to be an increased need here as well. Volunteers are wanted to replenish the local supply. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Teachers continue to strike in three school district's here in western Washington. But as komo's Carleen. Johnson tells us there may be some movement in the Tacoma strike. Yeah. The Tacoma teachers in the district have been at odds for weeks school was supposed to start last Thursday. But the teachers want more money than the district says it can afford. So today, a fifth day of miss classes that are going to have to be made up at some point. But one hour from now at the district headquarters, there will be some kind of an announcement, it up potential movement in the strike, maybe some kind of a tentative deal that was reached in negotiations that we know have been continuing, even as, you know, the two sides are at opposite spectrums on what the district says they can offer versus what the teachers say they will be demanding. So at nine AM, and we will be there for that. At the very same time at nine AM Thurston county. Superior court. We're going to be having some a court hearing going back before the judge. You're gonna have the attorney for the Tim water. Teachers and attorney for the district going back before the judge district says there has been considerable harm done to students. The judge said last week. I agree. The strikes illegal. But show me the proof of substantial harm to these students before I'm willing to do anything. Also have the battleground school district continuing to strike at this point. So we're covering all of this for you again nine AM for the water court hearing and nine AM for the Tacoma announcement. And we will bring you those updates reporting live. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo news time eight oh, four at check the drive.

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KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Looks like there is absolutely nothing left. There was a pawn shop next door. We're hearing they really suffered the most damage in this fire. Now, there are about a dozen businesses in this building that flat roof really made it easy for the fire to spread quickly rowing into a two alarm. Blaze crews, really really worked hard this morning to try and say some shops on the other end of the village a lighting store and a paint shop several people called in and about three o'clock this morning saying they could see flames shooting out of the building. Help is on the way before hurricane. Florence makes landfall. Komo's Brian Calvert has more on the local efforts to help those on the east coast. Forklifts are moving workers are assembling and. Pallets of supplies are ready to go shipping day is Thursday. Now, we're assembling about twenty four to thirty palace of products. That's world Vision's Quincy Walker. We have a pallets of sleeping bags mats, air mats. Tents canopies Federal Way based organization is also sending food in advance of the powerful storm ended bloodworks northwest. They're shipping a precious supply to the Carolinas. Meaning they could use a few more donations locally everyone is pitching in even though we're thousands of miles away. Wanna see a disaster? You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. So I feel good always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. The water school district's expected to go back to court today hoping to get a judge to order teachers to end their strike. Let's get the update live from komo's Carleen Johnson. Last week at Thurston county. Superior Court Judge ruled the strike is illegal. But he. Said he needed more proof that it's actually causing substantial and irreparable harm before he would be willing to order, Tim water. Teachers back to work we believe there's harm. We're getting complaints from parents. That's a district attorney who will go back before that same judge today. Expect you to offer that additional proof of harm families. It was one week ago. School was supposed to start in Tim water, but teachers are holding up the first day demanding they get the kind of pay raise many other districts have given teachers the district says giving a raise that big would put them into a deficit next year to mortar Education Association, urging parents to come support the union outside. The hearing today strikes are also holding up the start of the year in battleground and into coma. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. It's seven oh four..

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KOMO

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm MandA factor. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven newscenter. A big fire has broken out this morning near a popular Kirkland business. We get more from komo's Kelly Koopman. This is the yuppie pawn shop this is at twelve six sixty nine northeast eighty fifth street that's in the Rosehill area. Now, we aren't hearing of anybody who was inside at the time. But since this is a pawn shop where people often expect to get their possessions back. Many people will be concerned about this Kirkland fire department says the blaze has on the roof of the strip above the business on the south side of the pawnshop. They've been spraying it from above to keep the flames from getting into the cleaning supplies in the paint and the other nearby stores. Nearly a dozen businesses may be damaged help is on the way before hurricane Florence makes landfall cuss. Brian Calvert is live with more on local efforts to help those on the east coast. Forklifts are moving workers are assembling and pallets of supplies are ready to go. Shipping day is Thursday right now, we're assembling about twenty four to thirty palace of products. World Vision's Quincy Walker we have pallets of sleeping bags mats, air mats. Tents canopy. They're also sending food in advance of the powerful storm. It had bloodworks northwest shipping. A precious supplied to the Carolinas beating they could use a few more donations locally, everyone seems to be pitching in even though we're thousands of miles away. See a disaster. You don't wanna see families displaced or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. So I feel good always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most navies. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Striking Tom water. Teachers are due back in court today. Let's get an update on that situation from komo's Carleen Johnson. Well, it was last week. A judge in Thurston county. Superior court said that while the teacher's strike is illegal is public employees have no right to strike. There was no evidence of substantial harm to students by the delayed start of the school year in some water. So no injunction was issued though the district. Attorney argued this is more than a small inconvenience for families. We believe there's harm. We're getting complaints from parents. Complaints from parents at school hasn't started on time. But at the same time, it thirty for the teachers union agreed and said that while there may be a delayed start to the school year. No proof of any harm to the students. And there was no way that his teachers and the members would decide to go back. So the offense continued, but the judge told them come back to court today Wednesday, and he would look for any improve it. So on the Goshi continued. There's been no evidence that there were any closer to starting the school year. So we'll see what the judge says today teachers strikes continuing Tacoma and battleground as well, those are the only three school districts that haven't been able to make a decision a determination when the school year would start all of this over mccleary money with teachers unions holding out for those double digit pay increases some districts say they're unwilling to give them and go into the red come next year when the money is isn't there to continue these large teachers pay increases reporting live? Carleen johnson..

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KOMO

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"The east coast ahead of hurricane flow. It's currently fifty nine degrees with cloudy skies in downtown Seattle. Now, here's the latest national in world news from ABC. Lawrence aimed at the Carolina coast. The head of FEMA has this warning today is your last day to get out of the areas that have been placed under evacuation orders Brock long, speaking to ABC news. The storm is still a category four hurricane but appears to be slowing a bit landfall may come on Friday. Forecasters say the amount of rain drops could be thirty inches or more ABC news chief meteorologist ginger Zee with more on what that means. You put even two to four inches of rain falling very quickly on a hill or a mountain top. That's gonna rush down you can have mudslides debris flows. Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort has a pretrial hearing today in his upcoming trial on obstruction charges. The Washington Post says he's talking with a special counsel's office about a possible plea deal. Pope francis. Now summoning church leaders to the Vatican for summit in February on preventing sex abuse by priests. Russia's president says they found the two men accused in the poisoning of an ex by and Britain, but flat. Amir Putin says there's nothing criminal about them. I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Komo news. Time is four thirty one. Here's the top local stories recovering for Wednesday September twelfth local organizations are helping out on the east coast as hurricane Florence bears down. Komo's Tammy Mutasa reports from fight we have tissues and paper towels. Moment's notice World Vision crews are packing up a truck load and responding with relief to communities that could be ravaged by hurricane Florence clean wipes. You have tissue breath Quincy Walker is getting ready to deploy towards the devastation as early as Thursday. So you don't wanna see disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything? But I'm as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. A quick turnaround comes on the heels of the deadly wildfires in California World Vision said several truckloads of prepackaged supplies, which are now in short supply in the five warehouse supplies. We'll have to. Be out of other locations. That's komo's Tammy Mutasa. Reporting local blood banks need more blood here before they could send units to help people in the path of the hurricane. Dr. Jim albashaun heads bloodworks northwest timeline is short our inventory is tight to begin with. And we need to have extra donations in order to support. Those in the way of the hurricane sent more than thirty units of blood and hope donations increased so they can send more if you're flying to the east coast near the path of hurricane Florence. You may be able to change flights without a charge. Delta America American rather United southwest. Alaska are always fees or differences and fares to change a flight. Check your airline before your flight. Komo news time is now four thirty three public school. Teachers are still on the picket line in Tacoma, Tom, water and battleground in Tom water, teachers are on the water administrators and members of the teachers' union are expected to appear in court today. A teacher who's on strike and Tacoma says he's had it with the district and she's quitting. And Hawkins predicts you won't be alone. Komo's Keith Eldridge reports from Jason Lee middle school where the picketing continues today. Heart-wrenching veteran teacher and Hawkins ready to teach Tacoma school district administrators a lesson by submitting her resignation. I'm doing this in the hopes that if one teacher leaves now the district can come to their senses, just as others will follow realized they'll lose hundreds of teachers in the district in the springs middle school has been her home for her entire nineteen year career, the reality is that coming to work as angry as I am about some of the administrators salaries and just the volume of positions that exist at the administrative level. It's not healthy for me. And if I'm not healthy, I can't help my students either jobs to get on with a neighboring school district with higher pay negotiations. Have resumes. Komo news. Komo news time is four thirty four. Komo AAA traffic. We check it every ten minutes on the fours. They always say good morning to Jay Philips morning in Tacoma. Southbound.

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KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Of sun breaks in between really more dry real estate than damp, but if you end up under one of the pockets. Means business. We've had some heavier showers, thundershowers. The last couple of afternoons mainly near the foothills and we're expecting that to play out again later today. Highs only making it back into the sixties. We should be in the seventies here in early September. So it's running cool about the same. The rest of the week Nkhoma weather center, I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Twenty four seven news continues now on KOMO news local organizations or helping out on the east coast as hurricane Florence bears down. Komo's Tammy Mutasa has more from fife where World Vision was caught by severe wildfire season. But it's still sending help we have tissues and paper towels in a moment's notice. World Vision, crews are packing up a truckload and responding with relief to communities that could be ravaged by hurricane Florence clean wipes. You have tissue. You have a two breath Quincy Walker is getting ready to deploy towards the devastation as early as Thursday. So you don't want to see a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything, but I'm part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to employ at a moment's notice. A quick turnaround comes on the heels of the deadly wildfires in California World Vision said several truckloads of prepackaged supplies, which are now in short supply in the five warehouse so supplies. We'll have to be shipped out of other location. That's komo's Tammy matassa. Local blood banks are trying to help get enough blood to ship to the east coast ahead of the hurricane four is creating a blood problem for the entire country because the mid Atlantic region won't be able to collect blood for several days possibly longer that means people in need of a transfusion in that area will have to depend on donations from across the country at a time. When our local reserves are low this is Dr Jim Abu, Sean who heads bloodworks northwest. We.

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KOMO

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Fife were World Vision is making some adjustments to send invasion sense applies to the California wildfires. So it's kind of been challenging for them to get everything together in such a short amount of time. But this is what they'll send like macaroni and cheese here. And we also have some potato soup and other things that families are going to need after this hurricane heads. We have tissues and paper towels. Get moment's notice World Vision crews are packing up a truckload and responding with relief to communities that could be ravaged by hurricane Florence Quincy. Walker is getting ready to deploy towards the devastation as early as Thursday if you are flying into the path of hurricane Florence. You may be able to change flights without a charge. Delta American United southwest and Alaska or all waiving fees or differences in fares. To change flight check with the airline before you fly. Police say prostitution is worn on the rise along roar avenue north in Seattle. And komo's Joel Moreno says neighbors are demanding answers, Dan, the spike in sex trafficking. Neighbors say it's become a scourge prostitutes strutting down Aurora at all hours of the day. They literally are surrounding the entrance to our business and patrons. That's what they are. Greeted by coming into our parking lot bevy of concerns came up during this community meeting. Police say they are pushing prostitutes into services well, cracking down on the men who cruiser Aurora looking for them. One suggestion was to do more to crack down on motel operators who looked the other way during sex trafficking transactions are hotels on the strip. Don't make it any better say the big challenge is building cases against pimps who tend to keep their criminal activity in the shadows. Police say though, they are working on police have started uniform patrols undercover stings diversion program for prostitutes. A frustrated Tacoma teacher has quit her job after nineteen years and an Hawkins thinks others will follow suit. I'm doing this in the hopes that if one teacher leaves now the district can come to their senses the district. Recognized Hawkins is one of their top educators last year now teachers are pushing for higher pay with money. The state ordered from the McLaren decision. Arkansas hopes to land a better paying job with a. Neighboring district this out of a man rustling and burping outside a bedroom window in the middle of the night. Komo's CARA kosten. It says it's one of five similar cases of avoi- are reported to police over the weekend around a western Washington University in Bellingham these cases are happening in the very same neighborhood were twenty of the very same crimes or reported last year. We had some very specific instances where there is a either a light or the light from a phone that was being used that the person inside the house could see. And then when they would look out they were able to see a male figure masturbating or a male figure having his penis exposed. These unsettling cases have never been solved because the voyeur slips away under the darkness of night Elise are advising everyone in this neighborhood to make sure your courts light is turned on. They believe light will keep this man away care costs. Komo news. The elderly parents of convicted killer. John Reid were sentenced yesterday in Snohomish county, and each will serve ten days in jail for obstruction CLYDE and Fareed pled guilty in July to helping their son John leave the country after he killed his neighbors. Niro, so the parents were charged with rendering criminal assistance and forgiving their sunny getaway car and cash Auburn police say they now know who robbed a shell gas station after a clerk suffered a heart attack and collapsed during a confrontation with two teenagers. Komo's Steve McCarron says the father of three is now life support at a local hospital says the reef Collado tried to charge a man for a couple of pepperoni sticks. That two teens were eating near the counter. They got into an argument surveillance footage shows Collado going around the counter to confront the teens and moments later, he collapses a few feet away or just all kinds of coping with it hoping our guys gonna make it police say instead of calling for help the teens bolted then returned several times to steal cigarettes in one hundred seventy eight dollars from the cash. Register. Yeah. I don't think. That's right. You know, this man says at one point all three pass by his food truck parked nearby. Somebody tried to do them much. Hell you can't govern. Police have not been able to track down the man and the two teams seen in that surveillance video Steve McCarron, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve ten. Komo sports. Now an update from komo's sports desk. We'll Myers line and RBI double off major league saves leader Edwin d as with one out the ninth inning to lift the San Diego Padres over the Seattle. Mariners two to one Tuesday night Seattle fell eight and a half games behind Oakland in the race for the second wildcard spot in the AL with only eighteen games remaining the Seahawks. Doug Baldwin hasn't been ruled out for Monday night football against the bears Baldwin's recovering from an injury to his medial collateral, knee ligament, Pete Carroll said Baldwin will check his progress every few days, though, Carol did say if Baldwin played my it would be a pretty big accomplishment Baldwin was injured in the first quarter of Sunday's twenty seven twenty four loss to Denver..

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04:35 min | 2 years ago

"quincy walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Some thunderstorms still may produce some small hail overnight lows in the low fifties. And right now in Seattle. It is fifty eight degrees. Developing now, hurricane warnings and watches are in effect across the Carolinas tonight affecting more than five million people one of the most dangerous dorms to ever threaten the region is now closing in washing fees from the east coast where millions of people are racing to escape the clock on the powerful category. Four hurricane Florence that is still picking up steam, let's bring up live twenty two in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The mayor called it a virtual ghost town tonight. It's people heed warnings to evacuate hurricane. Florence is. Now about forty eight hours away from roaring onshore dire warnings are going out about life threatening. Wind storm surge in rainfall, some places could see more than thirty inches. The governor of North Carolina says it's shaping up to be worse than anything. They've seen before this is historic. This storm is big and vicious power outages collapse for weeks, and there are concerns that flooding could create an environmental disaster by sending waste from hog manure pits and coal ash. Dumps into homes. Water supplies meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell starts our team coverage. The storm is big and the danger won't end after it makes landfall chan-. Yeah. That's for sure. Unfortunately, very much the case. Let's check out floor has it's getting so much closer tonight to the eastern seaboard look at that. Monster storm, a beauty from a satellite perspective. But it is huge. And it is still extremely strong. Here's a look at the breakdown of the statistics on Florence. She still has sustained winds over one hundred forty miles per hour occasionally gusting to one sixty or more look at how much ground she's been able to gain overnight to now. Six hundred seventy miles southeast of Cape. Fear still moving at a very good pace west-northwesterly at seventeen miles per hour. If only she would continue to move it that same speed. This is the track. She looks like she's going to take. If she heads on board along the central coastline of North Carolina and about forty eight hours from now coming on as a strong category. Four storm with a lot of wind and. A dangerous storm surge. But it's that heavy rain. We've been talking about that will cause the problems because look at where she is by Sunday night, forty eight hours after making landfall still in parts of the Carolinas continuing to dump that devastating rain. An operations are now suspended at Boeing's factory in South Carolina and those evacuations include the planes. The company says it's moving some seven hundred seven eighty seven Dreamliner is to Everett before that hurricane strikes local organizations are sending help to the east coast tonight ahead of hurricane but the supplies are tied because of the busy wildfire season here on the west coast. Komo's Tammy matassa live and five vision is making some adjustments to send aid here. Tammy. Morgan World Vision just send supplies like this to the California wildfire. So it's kind of been challenging for them to get everything together in such a short amount of time. But this is what they'll send like macaroni and cheese here. And we also have some potato soup and other things that families are going to need after this hurricane hits we have tissues and paper towels in a moment's notice. World Vision, crews are packing up a truckload and responding with relief to communities that could be ravaged by hurricane Florence. So clean wipes. You have tissue. You have to breath you Quincy Walker is getting ready to deploy towards the devastation as early as Thursday. So you don't wanna see a disaster. You don't wanna see families this place or anything, but as part of our ministry and part of my job to be able to play at a moment's notice. The quick turnaround comes on the heels of the deadly wildfires in California World Vision said several truckloads of prepackaged supplies, which are now in short supply in the five warehouse supplies. We'll have to be shipped out of other locations. Worshipping five containers out of Dallas. I know we're going to be shipping out of here. We're waiting to hear from West Virginia. So we want to assess to see if there's going to be a lot of rain damage to them despite the logistical challenges the mission to help never stops. Feel good always feel good to be able to get in there and help the most vulnerable in the most. And they hope to ship out the supplies and deploy Quincy within the next days or so back to you guys. North west is sending blood to the east coast, but their supplies are running too low tonight organizers say that.

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