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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. the pay area is in the crosshairs of the huge storm. this time tomorrow the area will feel the brunt of it. meteorologist mike nicco and live doppler hd have the storm track. >> we will take you inside california emergency operation center as it is ready for rain, wind and flooding across the bay area. developing right now, businesses are picking up the pieces again after another protest turns violent. we have the cleanup effort underway. good morning, everyone, at 6:00 a.m. on wednesday december 10. along with leyla gulen i am kin christian with meteorologist mike nicco and leyla gulen. it is mindboggling to look at these numbers. >> 4" of rain in 48 hours in san francisco is the wettest storm since 1998. fog and drizzle is the big story
we will look at day planner looking at the low clouds from the east bay hills to the west this morning. we will start off mild again with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's. by noon we will be cloudy only at 62 to 64 with sprinkles possible, and mid-to-upper 60's and breezy and mild by 7:00, and mid-to-upper 50's and light rain will develop in the north bay at 7:00. that will be the beginning. on the roads? >> it sounds like we will make left in the weather department. helpfully we will not make history of your own because we do not want to see you get into significant accidents. try to work from home. slow down your speed in the rain. stay in the middle lanes. c.h.p. warns you never go in the far right or far left. that is where the water is pooling. have working windshield wipers and good tires. the macarthur maze shows travel moving to the bay bridge toll plaza is loading up and a
look in san jose at 87, travel northbound the headlights are moving line with no accidents. we have been telling you of the incoming rain and wind all week and as you heard from meteorologist mike nicco it is coming late tonight and usually tomorrow depend on where you live. from the bay area to state capital in sacramento presentations are in full swing. we have been here all morning watching trucks come in and out of the pg&e with transformers and cables and wires. they are expecting to experience power outages tomorrow and are trying to do their best to be prepared to respond if needed. this is what we are talking about. we remember on wednesday we were in santa cruz mountains where rain and wind caused problems in
community. damage brought down power lines and utility poles. subsequently, it shut off power and left dozens in the dark for hours of the sandbags are in place at the shopping center after the water pump failed last week. then the flooding happened. roger hopes that doesn't happen again. >> we will keep our fingers >> we will keep our fingers crossed. >> if marin county they are activating their emergency operating system and making reverse 9-1-1 calls if needed. in mill valley they have a sign telling folks to be prepared for the storm. one of the ropes they wanted us is to let people know they want them prepared for the storm. what are three things we need to have in the event of a power outage that pg&e is saying you
should be prepared for in the event this is a power outage. they want you to be safe and ready. we will do a back through. just to find out what people can do to be prepared in the storm. we know it is coming. what can we do if we has power or this is flooding in the area? >> in fremont for abc7. >> something san francisco is doing is opening up the emergency operations center on alert to spend to any major storm-related issues. crews will be here today clearing basins. the mayor is asking people to clear away leaves and debris this could clog the storm drains. >> forecasters like mike have been warning us that the storm is coming and give everyone plenty of time to prepare so all hands on deck as the governor's office of emergency services in sacramento communicating with the national weather service and local agencies including the red cross. >> this advance notice is a
luxury. you did not see that in home fires and earthquakes. it is so important, it is a year round thing. >> the red cross recommended preparing a personal emergency kit with water flashlights and batteries and medicine. there is an app from the red cross and you can find more on our website. there is a safety check history including a lit supplies you need including map -- blankets and batteries. remember to make sure your cell phone is fully charged. >> join us a half hour early tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m., we will be here to give you the benefit storm watch come with up-to-the-minute weather and traffic where you live with our morning team start at 4:00 a.m. the approach storm will arrive tonight and it is not clear that puts a damper on the
ongoing profits against alleged police brutality. >> last night vandals damaged businesses in emeryville. amy? >> this store was one of four businesses damaged last night by protesters, witnesses -- windows were knocked out. vandals have been taken interest custody. four businesses were damaged in emeryville. they shut down the freeway for the 4th night in a row and established a die in on highway 24 so westbound traffic came to a halt. c.h.p. officers moved in. they were assaulted when they moved in. they got people off the freeway in 23 minutes and arrested 13 people. there was the looting in the stores. emeryville was hit hard but businesses on san pablo avenue lost windows and merchandise was
stolen. police did not make arrests in emeryville and no one was seriously hurt. there were arguments noon the protesters some pleading to keep it peaceful. a map reported he lost a tooth in the file. other protests are landed. a group wants to shut down the federal building in oakland. we will cover that. no word on what will happen tonight. with the rain. we thank you. before protestsened -- protests ended it started in berkeley. 300 gathered in front of berkeley city hall to complain to members about tear gas and rubber bullets used during the weekend demonstrations. police claim they were attacked with flying objects. the meet was canceled and they were met by a city council member who sympathized and criticized the berkeley police department tactics.
>> there was something wrong with the command and control allowing so man to -- many to be attacked. >> the mayor was slammed, as well. we devoting a full week of programing to report on race and justice in america with coverage on "good morning america" and world news tonight and night line. george stephanopolis will moderate a live townhall session on the issue on facebook. that story will be shared with our story of the approaching storm. >> the wettest in quite and time. >> we will talk with meteorologist mike nicco. too much drizzle already with half moon bay at forward and 1-2" and thicker along 101 in the north bay. along the peninsula, mid-to-upper 50's and most of us are in the mid-to-upper 50's and
san ramon is june and antioch is at 52. at the golden gate bridge you can see there is noing for here so that is good news for the commute from the north bay into san francisco. gray sky. low-to-mid 60's at the coast. low-to-upper 60's for the rest of us. do not be surprised if you get spring els. >> far as san rafael it is foggy but mill valley to the golden gate bridge that is why you will see clear conditions. stormy tomorrow. strong winds, strong storms, flooding, power out possible. >> walnut creek southbound side of the freeway is bunching up with traffic and loading up an main street. it will take you 11 minutes away from highway 4 to the 24 junction. we are dealing with construction
between treat and monument. 101 away from the nimitz is decent southbound traffic empty but to the northbound side that is where we have two or three car delays with delays away from the san jose international airport. 680 walnut creek to dublin is 15 minutes. an hour from santa rosa to san francisco. 6:10. a major snub for san francisco technical company and why twitter is in longer considered among the top companies to work for in the country. >> mangled metal and broken glass with new details on cam newton after a car crash put him in the hospital. more weather and traffic all morning and this is a picture of the golden gate bridge alongside pictures of live doppler hd.
it is wednesday morning. a look at traffic. it is moving no problem in san jose on 101 because the road is dry right now. tomorrow morning at this time, we the have problems so we are starting early at 4:00 a.m. to help you get through the storm. >> new details on cam newton and helpization after a car crash that happened yesterday morning near the panther stadium. the team spokesman said that hes in fair condition. the spokesman added that the quaterback has no internal injuries and does not need surgery. it remains unclear if he will be able to practice or lay on -- or play against tampa bay. and twitter is no longer among the top 50 companies to work for in the united states. last year twitter was the top-rate the technical company and second overall in the entire country. this year the company was shut
out. management changes in leadership this year are to blame. however, glass door says the company as "above average," and as for the best company in the entire country? mountain view based google is the top spot. >> you don't think twitter tweeted about that? >> i am sure. >> the peoplable moment of president obama's visit to nashville was not during the speech or the townhall after but it happened open his way back to the airport yesterday. rather than headed straight for air force one he stopped for tacos surprising everyone when he ordered tackout. >> we felt really excited and honored to have the united states president coming if to our place. >> he came to our table and interviewed introduced himself. that was a treat. >> that is what he did. greeting guests and wiped off a
table when he got it a little wet. the president left after pay cash for benefit tacos and flautas and chips. i am surprised the secret service did not dive on the table. >> so impressed he wiped off the table himself. >> he knows good manners. >> he only had a couple years last so he will be wiping his own table in a couple of years. >> the only thing we will be buying are the windshield wipers >> bought new up with over the weekend. gutters cloned. -- cleans. drains cleans. hopefully you did, too. now, the latest advisories and watches. a high surf advisory already for the north bay coast until 10:00 friday morning and the peninsula coast as well, with britishers around 17' and 12 if poe day ago bay and san francisco and half moon bay but 20 with rip
currents and beach erosion. through 4:00 on friday morning, everyone is under the flash flood watch. we will have bonding and poor drainage areas and adding in the wind coming in at 10:00 tonight through 10:00 tomorrows up to 50-miles-per-hour gusts law -- through our neighborhood at 70 to 80 gusts along the coast in higher elevations so the leaves will be gone and back limits are gone along with the trees so we will have power outages tomorrow. the first low pressure turning to the north so we will have the rain there. we have fog in the east bay but not so thick in walnut creek as year. foggy around 87 at the share tank in san jose and patchy drizzle possible here. that will turn into clouds and sprinkles this afternoon.
storm arrives tonight in the north bay with half rain and wind and high surf and power outages coming our way tonight. storm developing and the secondary surge of energy is about to hookup with the cold front adding more energy and moisture slowing the front so we have urban roading and mud and rock slides and high surf all in the high risk category the clouds today and by 5:00 the rain is moving in and it stay overnight. the cold front comes in at 7:00 and thunderstorms lining up along the cold toronto so you are seeing red and dark red the when is the lark time we saw dark red on radar? 10:00 through 1:00 o'clock moving through the heart of the bay. lunch hour will be a problem. at 5:00, scattered and light-to-moderate showers and tapering overnight and more shores developing on friday. locally heavy rain as you are caught under that.
2-4" for most. 6" in santa cruz mountains. 8" in north bay mountains and winds developing at 50 to 60 -miles-per-hour gusts. we could be up to 50 miles per hour until 2:00 tomorrow. seven-day forecast, saturday and sunday dry. monday and tuesday, wet again. >> a if you have to go out to work bring your lunch. you probably not going do have an easy time ordering your lunch. the macarthur maze shows it is load up. toward the bay bridge toll plaza with the meter lights turned on half an hour ago. traffic is at a standstill. you are looking at 15 minutes to get you from the east bay to san francisco. the commute northbound 101 the
middle lanes are blocked causing nasty backups and a wide are view of san jose shows all the other freeways are in good shape with the exception of 101 so if you come up to the them its you are at 11 miles per hour. it cheers -- clears up and then we have an extra backup. university avenue has an overturned vehicle but the rest of the britain is -- the brid is fine but slowing at 101. >> kobe bryant talks why he decided to wear this shirt before the game and how the commissioner is racketing to the basketball demonstration. >> remember, we want to see how you are preparing ahead of the big storm. e-mail your photo or video to us at email@example.com. you can share them with us at
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kobe bryant is the latest to wear a d shirt "i can't breathe," supporting family of eric garner. a recording of the arrest showed him gaping "i can't breathe," after being inflationed in a police chokehold. kobe bryant says wear the t-shirts supports the movement and each other. >> it gives someone the courage to speak up for what we believe in. we loss the value our country stands for. it is important to have our opinions. it is important to stand up for what we believe in. we don't all have to agree. that is fine. that is what makes this a beautiful country. >> players are required to wear clothes from the official apparel provider and the commissioner respects the players for voicing their personal view important issues but would prefer they prefer by
the oncourt rules for clothing. say the royals have returned to britain. they ended the visit with a benefit of the school where they met, st. andrews university in scotland. it was a moment fashion watchers were holding out for, the duchess wearing an evening gown, baby bump and all, with the continue razor -- with the fundraiser selling at with tickets up to $100,000. >> this is the third time she is wearing the outfit in public. >> whether was that baby bump? >> hard to notice. >> exactly. >> the morning news continues at 6:30 with the top stories. >> pregnancy and protests, we hear from a new mom who was
trapped in protests next, we will show you what happened in emeryville. a high risk of everything with the storm. urban flooding. correct flooding. rock and mudslides. all ahead. >> i am leyla gulen with a look at walnut creek loading up moving to highway 24 with the details coming up when we details coming up when we retu
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at raley's, bel air, and nob hill. live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good wednesday morning at 6: 29. showing you san francisco with a the fog and clouds before the big storm arriving in a few hours depending on where you are. i am cent christian. -- i am kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas with leyla gulen. meteorologist mike nicco? how is it looking? >> the storm is off the coast in northern california.
marching toward crescent city. the area of low pressure will bring us the heaviest rain in 16 years and it is still offshore. we have three hours and two minutes arrival delays. that is what they average at sfo. today, drizzle and fog, mild, low-to-mid 50's and low 60's at noon with clouds and scattered sprinkles and mid-to-upper 60's and then it will be breezy and light rain developing in the north by. our viewers are canceling trips to work tomorrow. >> it is a good idea. it will be treacherous. if you travel to work give your sex an early start. if you are traveling in the dark, you know adding with the rain it will make trouble. the san mateo bridge has trouble pus of the heavy congestion from hayward to fogs step city. we will move on to the maze
loading up headed through emeryville up to the by babe and you can -- to the bay bridge and you can see carpal is best bay with these or more people. >> storm preparation work is underway in san francisco that is prone to flooding. rains swamped two businesses in the mission district with damage from the storm lining the sidewalks. the city new is bringing funding if flood prevention efforts with crews installing removable aluminum floodgates outside a business. >> it is a major city problem with a backup of sewage, et cetera, rainfall coming down and we have 20 minute warning. when it hit as certain amount we have 20 minutes to put this in place before the streets flood. pg&e was in the area preparing for the storm. they say they have a mapping
device to determine where power out ages could happen based on the storm location. san francisco workers have begun removing lose rock from the section of telegraph hill which has had problems'. with heavy rain on the way the city is concerned of a repeat of 2012 when several boulders smashed a car and threatened an entire apartment complex. the work being done is part of a $3.9 million project to stabilize the hill. >> people in the east bay are racing to prepare, with berkeley ordering 1,800 sandbags for residents and a third of those were gone yesterday afternoon. the city is responsible for 35,000 trees across berkeley. crews have been trimming or cutting down the trees that look too weak.
the low lands prepare if damage the sierra is preparing for a if time and is expected to drop 3' of snow in mount tapes above lake tahoe -- in mop tables above lake tahoe which is good news for the drought with the snow turning interest spring run off and be piped to communities across the state a few of which have lifted water restrictions. >> at 6:45 nick will show us more on the preparations ahead of the big storm. >> join us half an hour early tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m. to give you our best storm watch coverage with up-to-the-minute weather and traffic with our morning team. that is all of us, we will be here starting at 4:00 a.m. >> switching gears to our other stop story, the east bay city is now the largest target of vandals take part in ongoing protest over police brutality.
van dams hit a and bank of america and other businesses. amy hollyfield? >> this store lost its windows with the concrete used to smashed windows were last behind, one of four businesses damaged. miss say met of the damage was focused on san pablo avenue including bask of american and 7-eleven with liquor stolen, a coin machine was taken, cash drawers were taken. residents are waking up to damage. protesters broke weapons of cars parked in front of homes. no arrests were made in emeryville. no injuries remain reports. police do not understand this. >> it is frustrating. this is something we do not expect to happen here. we are not a vocal point for
this. i understand frustration of what is happening but we do not have part of that. we should not have to pay for something that is beginning on somewhere else and our citizens should fault have to be victims of crime because of something that happens elsewhere. protesters shut down the section of a freeway for the 4th night in a row on highway 24 and they staged a "die in," with c.h.p. officers moving in and they were assaulted by rocks and other objects but they got everyone off the freeway. it took 23 minutes and they say it took 23 minutes and they say though arrested 13 people. 6:35. we are devoting a full week of programing to report on race and justice in america and watch if coverage on american american and "world news tonight," and "night life." today, george stephanopolis will
moderate a meet on face >> a woman was caught in protest traffic and went into labor in the car. here she is homing her newborn daughter. she was driving home from san francisco when traffic stood still and she started havingy contractions and called 9-1-1. >> i was nervous because i thought, delivery in the car... >> a chief used in red light to go through the traffic to find the patient. the chief got to the mother in continue minutes and stayed with her until she got to the hospital. the baby was born four hours lady. though will go home today. >> large of the city decides whether to tax short term rentals on airbnb and other
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here is a look at our high wind warning that encompasses or mains and all of the central valley into the high country where we can get gusts up to 60 and in the high country 80 to 90 miles per hour today and tomorrow. the rain is north of us and we have sunshine, and 69 in san diego and 72 in los angeles and 78 in palm springses. when is the last time we had a blizzard warning for the western slope of the sierra at 7:00 tomorrow morning and 4:00 on friday morning. do not drive up there. it is dangerous. white out conditions blowing snow up to 2' and possibly 3' from the passes and snow on thursday and friday and sunday and monday and tuesday in lake tahoe. >> as we look at san rafael the drive along 101 southbound, this is where we can experience flooding tomorrow. as you head further to the south
from there, we have significant flooding from the last heavy rain last week. be careful. maybe try to avoid it if you can at all costs. as we look at the golden gate bridge off the bridge into san francisco, more traffic but we have a brand new crash and it is holding traffic back into the another bay. westbound side of the bay bridge past treasure island is a two-car crash blocking one lane with heavy delays. more delays as you make the drive away from san jose airport northbound 101. we have been telling you of the big storm approach the bay area all week that is almost here. we will take you to the another bay to fine out how weather underground is ready for the rain and wind and preparations in the north bay. >> spanning the east bay and the peninsula, this is the san mateo bridge with traffic already heavy before the rain is here. you will want to stay in the north and we have traffic and together during the entire commercial break. commercial break. stay
have the biggest storm in years tomorrow and tomorrow. >> knick has the preparations in fremont ahead of the storm. nick? >> yes, i have to say i spoke with pg&e and monica said if you cannot get anything else out, let the viewers know they need to have batteries and water and not to touch the downed power lines. they specific the damage tomorrow. that is what we hear, pg&e is prepared to respond to emergencies or power outages. look at the video we shot around the bay area as people continue to prepare. if marin county, they are ready to activate emergency operations center and make reverse 9-1-1 calls to homeowners if needed. in mill valley they have a huge sign telling folks to build ready. and sandbags are in place at the shopping center after the water pump failed last week during the storm. flooding happened. roger said he hopes it doesn't happen again.
we keep our fingers crossed. we are praying. don't fail me. >> we were in santa cruz last week in mount tip area -- mountain area with rain damage bringing down power lines and utility poles shutting off power and leaving dozens in the dark for hours which is why pg&e is loading up. the trance fmers, cables, wires and utility poles are being loaded up. they want to respond. if you can stay home, you can tune in. let us know what you are seeing. stay dry. let us for the work. we are in fremont for abc7 news >> thank you, knick --
>> mail us your photos or video at firstname.lastname@example.org. you can share them with us on twitter at twitter@abc7newsbayarea. eastbound eastbound. >> there is a 30 percent tax on those who book a short-term rent am home at airbnb charged new to rooms in traditional hotels and legalizes the service that was prohibited although 300 san jose homeowners were still representing that they were renting out their home. san francisco and portland are following suit with others expected. >> "time" magazine has the fighters of the deadly ebola virus as the "person," or "people of the year." >> we will look at the coverage, they answered the call, they
say, risking and persisted, sacrificed and saved. they of paying tribute to the mercy of doctors and firsts and first responders and everyone who fought to contain the ebola outbreak in west africa. ferguson protesters and russian president vladimir putin were in the running. trading is underway on wall street and the dow is down by 96 points. yesterday morning it started tumbling but it recovered most losses by the end of the day. a puncture in the golden years balloon, a personal finance survey fines 20 percent of americans expect to be in debt the rest of their slaves. -- their lives. student loan debt has tripled in seven years to $966 billion with the average student land topping $30,000. >> how is that to enter the
workforce $30,000 behind as you leave school? >> wow. >> wow is right. >> that is what they say on capitol hill that is the debt that will crush america our next generation with that hanging out their head. >> might be they don't want to go to college because of the massive debt. >> $150,000 if four years...hello? >> other staggering numbers are the storm totals. >> today is the last day to get ready. our visibility at half mile in fairfield and it is dense in other spots but it is patchy and not so widespread. the fog is coming west across our neighborhoods by tonight, though, 10:00 through 10:00 thursday we have 24-hour period of gusty and dangerous wins at 50 miles per hour through our neighbors and 70 to 80 along the coast and interest our
maintains. though more leaves. no more weak limbs and the weakest trees will come down with the power lines. that is the timeframe for power out ages. 7:00 this evening we are 25 to 35 in our neighbors and getting up in the mid-50's by midnight at 35 to 45 for the rest of us so it will be noisy. fastest winds are along the front, 60 at point reyes at 7:00 tomorrow morning and 35 to 45 for the rest of us and by 2:00 when the front passions -- passes we clear out. in walnut creek you can see we do not have so much fog as yesterday but drizzle and clouds and sprinkles is what it will turn interest. storm in the north bay and the rest of us guest dangerous surf and the thunderstorms tomorrow to a lows are extent on friday. this is why the storm will be energized, low 60 water temperature is a lot of energy to release into the atmosphere along with this cold front. here is the secondary low that will hookup with it to make it
more powerful and low it down so we have a high risk for you are batch flooding and mud and rock supplies power outages from tonight through tomorrow evening. noon today, everyone is quiet, with gray sprinkles and the rain is moving in the north by, showers are moderate, 7:00 tomorrow, broad, dark red, when is the last time we saw dark red on future radar returns? 10:00 to 1:00 o'clock it moves through the heart of the bay and 1:00 o'clock to 3:00, 4:00 through the south bay and scattered showers continue and slight chance of thunderstorms behind the front and quiet until noon on friday and another chance of scattered showers and thunderstorm and brief heavy rain and responding. 2-4" of rain most of us and up to 6" in the santa cruz mountains and eight in the north bay and potential isolated areas getting a foot. the showers are less wide-video and less intense but still damage is possible and saturday and sunday are dry and then more
wet weather. >> mass transit has 60 bart trains on time and ace train three, five and seven on the track and muni has no delays. for visitors if you are planning on taking the cable cars tomorrow post likely there will not be service because they do not run cable services during extreme cold rain or heat. keep that in mind. hopefully by the end of the week you can ride the cable cars. looking to the eastern span of the bay bridge traffic is slow. at treasure island, we have an accident blocking one lane westbound side of the bay bridge past treasure island and into san francisco traffic thin out. not looking too thin but plump and that is the san mateo bridge with packed traffic across the water from hayward to foster city in excess of 15 minutes. we back with seven things to know before you go. >> first, we will key weather and traffic through the entire
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drains and using sandbags to minimize flooding. the coast guard advises people to stay out of the water. at 5:00 p.m. the storm comes ashore but right now it is to the north so drizzle and fog is three hours delays turns interest clouds and sprinkles. must of the storm heads into the north bay and the rest of us get it this time tomorrow. it is all about preparing for tomorrow and we have heavy traffic this morning, however, and that is a look at san jose 87 beyond julian street no one is getting off the freeway and collecting 680 southbound because of an accident blocking one lane. store owners in emeryville clean up after violent protests marching over claims of police brutality in missouri and new york and stopped traffic open highway 24. 13 were arrested by c.h.p. the prosecution in south africa have been given
permission to appeal the acquittal of oscar pistorius. in october oscar pistorius was acquitted of murdering his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. oscar pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide. >> an s.u.v. crashes through the of radio of a home near san diego. it went airborne before landing on the of roof the garage with the home owner asleep in another room and were not hurt. police are hooking for the driver. a wrap, the royal couple ended their three day visit with a benefit at the met in new york city. all eyes were on kate looking stunning in midnight blue evening gown which she has worn before in public. in fact, three times in public. we continue on-line and twitter and facebook and all mobile devices. >> join us early tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. to governor you the best storm watch coverage. >> storms start this evening so >> storms start this evening so stay tuned all day long.
good morning, america, breaking right now for our viewers in the west. double punch. both coasts slammed by powerful storms. the west bracing for dangerous rain, a blind arz and dangerous wind gusts. while the north is expecting record rain, dangerous ice and snow. houses battered by wind, cars spinning out of control, as the west braces for the worst storm in years. dangerous rain and wind gusts on the way. and on high alert after the cia's brutal interrogation tactics are made public. but the spy agency fighting back today. did these tactics help stop another 9/11? >> mayday, this is the malia. anybody picking this up? >> dramatic rescue at sea, a sailor adrift for two weeks, after his boat broke down, all search efforts called off. his family didn't give up hope and how he was finally saved. ♪