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good morning, america. new this morning, the dangerous travel. winter weather snarling the start of the holiday getaway. cars and trucks skidding on slick roads. trucked overturned. hundreds of flights canceled. plus, the life-threatening cold just around the corner. russian hack attack. president obama making it clear who he holds responsible. >> not much happens in russia without vladimir putin. >> cybersecurity experts pointing to all the signs pointing at the kremlin. the new twist in the robert durs saga. the real estate heir facing charges. make a shocking admission with the people from the
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jinx. why he calls himself the worst fugitive the world has ever met. and sorry, wrong number the. >> hello? >> a cuisinart recall is making one woman's phone ring off the hook. how she's processing this mixup madness. hey, good morning on a wintry december day for much of america. check out this live shot of the empire state building. believe me, it's there on the left-hand side of the screen. it's kind of visible, shrouded by clouds and snow. a shot you might be able to make out something. the salt trucks plying the streets of new york city. in the back, a huge pile of salt. that will be deployed all over the streets of our fair city this morning. we also have this beautiful shot from derry, new hampshire. looks so
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here in the studio, nice and warm here. nearly 60% of the country dealing with dangerous, wintry conditions. snow and freezing rain as early holiday travelers are hitting the roads. we have team coverage. we start with kate parker, in for rob this morning. she has the big picture from a sugar-coated central park here in new york. >> hi, paula. you're right. bereave it or not, this is happening along a warm front. that may seem counterintuitive. the temperatures have gone up overnight. we have about two inches here. look at the radar. we're going to see a transition into rain after the warm front passes. it won't be all snow all day long. then, guess what? freezing rain something to watch for. see the freezing rain advisories. the most dangerous kind of winter weather. dan, that's one to keep an eye on. >> not a friendly looking map. thank you very much
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forecast. much more from you coming up. as we have said, though, this storm is hitting a profoundly inconvenient moment. after the snow, comes the deep freeze. let's get to eva pilgrim in minneapolis in front of a water fall. >> good morning, dan. this gives you an idea how cold sit here. it's still snowing. the icy conditions shutting down roads. here in minneapolis, they're asking people, begging people to stay off the roads. as we're now bracing for round two. this morning, millions of americans from colorado to maine getting slammed with snow, dangerous icy roads, and temperatures way below freezing. >> this is as cold as i have felt in a lot of years. >> reporter: as the storm harnlgs east, many major airports taking a hit. almost 1,000 flights canceled.
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slowing down the start of what is expected to be a record holiday travel season. along with freezing rain and icy conditions, roads across the midwest plagued by an invisible danger. black ice. even on roads that look completely clear. watch as this truck hits a patch and spins out of control. overnight in minneapolis, heavy snow falling. with more than eight inches expected in some areas, homeowners getting ahead of the big dig. shoveling their way out, even in the pitch black. right here in minneapolis, it's just under 10 degrees. very balmy, especially when you consider tomorrow morning it will be colder. we're looking at wind chills that are 40 degrees below zero, paula. >> um, our apologies from the studio, eva. thank you for braving the cold. >> she doesn't mind. >> yes, she does mind. dan will send some hand warmers. in politics, president obama is all
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vladimir putin was behind the hacking. mary bruce is in washington for us this morning. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, well, two days before the election results become official, questions are mounting this morning as to whether the results were influenced by russian hackers. president obama is stepping in, pointing a finger at russian president vladimir putin. >> come on. >> reporter: in his final, year-end press conference, president obama pushed back in response to russia's hacking. >> everybody had the information that was out there. and we handled it the way we should have. >> reporter: obama said he told putin to knock it off at this summit in september. >> talked to him direct period. warned him there would be serious
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>> reporter: critics are asking why the president didn't do that sooner. owe bah said that would have turned the the issue into a political football. >> i wanted to make sure everybody knew we were playing this thing straight. >> reporter: russia tried to sway the election in trump's favor. trump continues to deny u.s. intelligence. >> they have no idea if it's russia or china or somebody. it could be somebody sitting in a bed some place. >> reporter: weighing in for the first time, hillary clinton says she believes putin was trying to settle old scores. that he holds a grudge after she challenged the fairness of russia's own election. >> vladimir putin himself directed the covert cyberattacks against our electoral system. against our democracy, apparently because he has a personal beef against me. >> reporter: this morning, the fbi and u.s. intelligence agencies agree. putin was personally
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the c ix a director saying they're in synch on the scope, nature, and intent of russia's interference. president obama shopped short of blaming putin directly but made clear. >> not much happens in russia without vladimir putin. >> reporter: now, one thing president obama won't say is that hillary clinton lost because of the hacking. dan? >> all right, mary, thank you. how did our intelligence agencies tie russia and president vladimir putin to the hackings? brian ross has gained fascinating insight here. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, dan. with the russians demanding to see the proof. and donald trump saying there is no proof, u.s. intelligence says there is clear evidence that the russians did this to interfere with the election.
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the computers of the democratic national committee. >> they get in by what's called a spear fish attack. >> reporter: cybersecurity analyst justin harvey said the russians first planted a dropper or a beacon to send material back to moscow. >> it's a tiny bit of software that calls back home and says, i'm here. i was successful. >> reporter: and it had a telltale russian signature. it was win in moscow's time zone and seemed to have gaps on what were russian holidays. all entered by a distinctive keyboard. >> we saw the sir rilic alphabet used in the compiler. >> reporter: the beacon transmitted to an internet artds overseas. >> it was an ip address that was previously seen in other russian attacks. >> reporter: the fbi has joined the assessment that the russian pres
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in the attack. based on new highly classified information that comes from directly inside the kremlin. >> brian is here to talk more. is there any real ambiguity about whether vladimir putin was involved? does anything happen there without him knowing it? >> reporter: that's how the president put it. >> let's talk about the issue of retaliation. what are the options for the united states in. >> the president has acknowledged he has yet to take any retaliation against the russians. though officials have provided him with a number of possible actions, including making public information the cia has that would embarrass putin or going after the secret bank accounts putin has around the world. there's a possibility of sanctions on russian banks and commerce. the u.s. officials are advising against a cyberwar. officials fear that would
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much more devastating to the u.s. than russia. given our reliance on soouber commerce or cybercommunication. >> difficult days. tricky issue. thank you, brian. really appreciate it. cokie roberts joins us now from washington. good morning. how can trump continue to deny? we know that republicans also calling for an investigation into russia's involvement. not trump. how long can the president-elect continue to deny the intelligence about russia? >> who knows. trump obviously has his own drum. the truth is that he has been very dismissive of the intelligence community. and he keeps saying these are the same guys who said that there were weapons of mass destruction in iraq. and they were wrong. but, you know, he -- president obama said yesterday again that when trump actually sits in the oval office, that the weight of that job will take over.
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but you know, really, paula, this is a remarkable political development. think about it. for decades, we have spent billions and billions and billions of dollars developing weapons. aiming them at the soviet union and russia. this has been considered the american enemy for a very long time. and then, that enemy disrupts our election and the basic reaction is ho hum. particularly in the republican party. which had always been the greatest hawks against russia. >> history is interesting, isn't it? so let me just ask you, though, what does this mean for the confirmation of trump's choice for secretary of state, rex tillerson. the ceo of exxon. we have seen him in the champagne toasts with vladimir putin. how are these new revelations likely to affect his appearance
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>> i think it will be fireworks and lots of speech made, but i think in the end he gets confirmed. unless something else happened. it would be extraordinary to deny a new president his secretary of state. >> cokie roberts. thank you. >> good to be with you. over the ron for a look at the other day's headlines. good morning, ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with the united states demanding that china return an underwater drone it seized in the south china sea. a navy research ship was conducting routine operations when a chinese navy ship nearby sent out a small boat to take the drone. the crew ignore ed requests to return the drone. breaking overnight, a new agreement between the syrian government and anti-government rebels that could allow evacuation of the embattled city of aleppo to resume. some
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before a previous deal broke down. 47 orphans are still trying to get out. and we're just learning of a strong earthquake, magnitude 7.9 off the coast of the south pacific nation of papua new guinea. and good news for anyone who needs epinephrine. a generic version is due in the pharmacies this week at half the price. mylan came under fire earlier this year when it was revealed that the drug price had gone up. a video shows joe mixen hitting a woman. he agreed to plea deal. he was suspended for
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season. on friday, he apologized through his attorney. he and the sooners are expected to play in the sugar bowl. an armed robber finds out it just wasn't his day. take a look at this. he walks into a ft. worth texas liquor store. pulls out a gun. he approaches the clerk. they talk. the would-be robber puts the gun away. another clerk pulls a liquor bottle out from in front of him. the man leaves, arms up in an apparent gesture of defeat or change of heart or something. sfl >> it was a jedi mind trick. >> sometimes when i talk to my husband, he just leaves the room. >> on those rare occasions. >> hopefully, he is not holding a gun in those discussions. >> no, he is not. we're going to turn to a crime of a more serious nature. all fo
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of a jail if rural tennessee. they're back in custody. >> while they were on the run two of them were caught on video in this attempted robbery. marci gonzalez is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan. investigators said they considered the men to be armed and dangerous. both trying to change their appearances as they spent nearly a full day on the run. that tense search finally ending overnight. this morning, these two escaped inmates are on their way back to a tennessee jail, after a dramatic 150-mile crime spree spanning to states. >> on foot. southbound. passing through the state line. >> reporter: according to the jefferson county, tennessee, sheriff. four inmates attacked their guards. slamming a guard's head against the wall and threatening another with a weapon made from a screw. the four prisoners making their get away. escaping in one
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personal vehicle. within hour, two men are found and the stolen car. but lethco and porter remain on the run. just before 5:00 a.m., two men believed to be the escapees are spotted on this you are valance video allegedly trying to rob this convenience store. authorities discovered the two men in this stolen truck. they crossed state lines into georgia. just before 8:30. troopers blowing out the escapees' tyrus. >> he's stopping. he's stopping. >> reporter: and putting an end to their pree. porter had a six-year sentence for reckless endangerment and evading arrest. this mornin we're learning what more charges will be added. >> marci, thank you. as we said, the big story of the mni
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let's get back to kate parker. lucky for her, we sent her out to new york's central park on the coldest morning of the year. kate, take it away. >> lucky for me, the temperature went up about ten degrees overnight. if you're trying to get the holiday photos, go out early. the warm front will move up the east coast president than rain will come down. if you hear rumbling. we have snowplows going by. you have a cold front. be on the lookout for freezing rain. hey, how about the cold blast. you thought it was cold now, hey. 43 below dee e zero for a wind chill. sunday, 42 below is what it will feel like in indianapolis. 11 below in chicago. on monday, chicago, you feel like 24 degrees below zero. that's a rough start to the
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started. we might get the coldest bears game on record on sunday. keep an eye out for that. hey, how about what we have going on across the country? if you're looking for a little escape from the cold, do what's so popular. go to florida. i was there earlier this week. >> we are off to a slick starte from hagerstown to frederick and it gaithersburg. freezing rain in the d.c. metro. avoid travel, this will change over to rain. advisories extend through 9:00 this morning. current temperatures in the >> so, guys, you really can't be said enough. it definitely is going to be
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as you're getting kids home from school and from college. dan and paula, tell parents to take it easy on the roads. get the kids home safe. >> i think you just told them. thank you, kait. appreciate it. an odd story about a woman in is a have a dealing with a tsunami of unwanted phone kals sflp you have been looking into that? >> i have. it must be horrible to have to field customer service calls after a recall. a newport news woman got stuck with the kals. >> hello? >> reporter: meet jacqueline mcdonald. urge siege. >> i'm calling about my cuisinart. >> reporter: the barrage of calls started a few days ago, after conair recalled 8 million food processers. >> first off, i was answering the phone saying you have the wrong number. >> reporter:
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were given a number to call for replacement blades. the first seven digits are the same as her home phone number. >> i have been swamped for days with call, late at night. >> reporter: they're coming in from all across the country. zbri get calls from all kind of area codes. las vegas. puerto rico. >> reporter: in the spirit of the season. >> i talk pretty decent to people. i try to put myself in their shoes. they're just trying to find information. >> reporter: we did reach out to cuisinart. they say they have notified the company of the problem. she says she would take some cuisinart products as an ice breaker. this happened to us. we had a flower shop close to ours. >> that's why dan has a 900 number for his cell
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make money off it. >> you figured me out. as always, he's on to my tricks. coming up here on "gma," the robert durst bomb shell. the real estate heir making a shocking admission about an interview he did for a widely seen documentary series. wait until you hear what he's saying now. christmas and hanukkah are just one week away. are you ready? >> christmas-ukkah. >> is that an official term? >> i made it up. >> becky worley has a supersaturday strategy for you. we'll be right back. what is it? >> christmas-ukkah. >> let's not ever say that again. >> festivus. >> festivus.
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>> freezing rain extending from hagerstown to frederick including gaithersburg in d.c., south of the city into fredericksburg. can avoid traveling until 9:00 or 10 :00 this morning, a good idea. this will change over to rain.
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9:00 this morning. does include a winter weather advisory and a freezing rain advisory to the south of the city. some of the road temperatures in the upper 20's. we are watching for slippery conditions this morning. it will afternoon, change. 52 degrees for a daytime high. some rain coming in and we will catch a bit of a break into the later half of the afternoon and into tonight. the next big change arriving on sunday.
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, the polar plunge. the central u.s. headed for a deep freeze. winter storm making its way from the midwest to the northeast. snow, freezing temperatures, and ice making for dangerous conditions. the heaviest snow is expected in new england today. also right now, family vacation. the obamas are waking up in hawaii this morning. as they begin their 17-day getaway marking their final vacation as the first family. the president is scheduled to make an historic visit to pearl harbor. we want to say happy birthday, pope francis, who turns 80 today. if you would like to send the pont
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e-mail pope francis. pope francis 80 @vatican.va. or tweet him at #pontifax 80. we have multiple languages. >> you got them all. >> you think he's going read them all? >> approximately sflp what do you get the pope for his birthday? >> you pray for him. >> get him a nanopad. >> a nano pad? >> a nanopod. coming up, amanda knox, at the center of one of the most sensational murder trials of the decade, she's speaking out this morning on why she thinks women are more likely than men to confess to crimes they did not commit. first here, new insights into the mind of an accused
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murderer. the real estate heir, robert durst. >> it all stems from transcripts of what he told the los angeles d.a. >> good morning, again. in an interview with l.a. prosecutor, the eccentric real estate heir making shocking admissions. that he was high while being interviewed. this morning, new admissions from robert durst. in transcripts and interviews just released by the l.a. police department and obtained by the associated press. during questioning from the los angeles district attorney's office, durst allegedly admit heg was high on meth during interviews for the documentary series, request t the jinx. '. >> he was wanted for
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>> reporter: the interview with the l.a. district attorney happened in march, 2015. while he was being inves gated for the murder of his best friend, susan berman. durst asked why he did not split from the documentary makers after they presented him with an envelope. inside, an anonymous letter tipping police to the location of berman's bodies. you saw the envelopes. why didn't you leave? >> i guess inertia. during the last episode, durst was caught saying this in the bathroom. >> what the hell did i do? killed them all, of course >> reporter: in the same traps scripts, durst calling himself the worst fugitive the world has ever met. durst was acquitted of the murder in galveston. he's awaiting trial in the murder of susan berman. he said
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fugitive the world has ever met because he did not like life on the run. >> but he was on the run for quite awhile. >> quite awhile. >> ron, thank you. >> and kait parker back in studio now. back for rob marciano. the extreme cold on the east coast. mudslides on the west coast. >> yeah, all the rain in california. you put rain on top of burn scars. this is from the stand fire. this is near los angeles. so, we do have an unsettled southwest. this is what's going on. strong winds. gusty at times. we have plenty of snow in the lower sierra nevada. look at the snow through the rockies. great news if you're trying to get out in the winter sports. the bad news, because the winds will be treacherous. here's what's happening in the east. freezing rain. some in indy. we have more to come. stretching across tennessee, into kentucky.
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going into sunday morning. very early sunday morning might be extremely slick and dangerous driving in those areas. beneficial rainfall to the southeast. with all the drought, that's good news there. here's a look across the country. >> icy conditions this morning. freezing rain from frederick to gaithersburg, including d.c. metro. if you >> so this weather report has been brought to you by petco. >> these east coast people probably have no idea what the grapevine is. >> i heard it through the grapevine. ♪ i heard it through the grapevine ♪ >> thank you for taking one for the team and going out in the cold. >> my hair might be a little damp still. >> as a parting gift, ron has a
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>> the same one i'm getting for the pope. >> did you mean ipod nano? >> no, the nanopod. coming up, here on "gma," amanda knox. she was acquitted for murder after spending four years in prison in italy. why she says women are more likely to make false confessions than men. and how you may be able to trade in that unwanted christmas gift for a free whopper. this might go down as the best news ever. >> we have food. >> we do have food. >> do we have french fries and soda as well? >> i'll look into it.
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later, recanting in the back of a patrol car. in an interview with "people" she says the confession was coerced. >> when they interrogated me, it was horrible. >> reporter: kalisinsky was found guilty in the toddler's murder. family responsibilities and other social factors may make women feel under greater pressure to do the right thing after being charged. >> police are trind accuse suspects whom they believe committed a crime and confront them, often times with madeup evidence. >> reporter: knox is calling on other researchers to examine the complex psychology of the interrogation room. bringing until then, many more women will confess to crimes they did not confess. now, melissa kalisinski is having her case taken on by kathleen zeler in.
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♪ supersaturday is here. it's the saturday before christmas eve. is your shopping all wrapped up? if not, becky worley is here with tips and strategies.
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>> supersaturday or panic saturday. >> the latter. >> also known as that. let's talk free shipping. you can still buy online. yesterday was the official free shipping day. a few stores still give you free ships today. but for reals, you gotta get it done now. do not procrastinate anymore. that said, if you do, there's one tip. you can sub skrim to am don's prime service for a 30-day free trial to get the two-day shipping. if you leave it to later this week. you have to cancel it in january. >> it's good for buying gift cards the if you're a procrastinator. >> gift cards are being discounted. it's a good last-minute item. sometimes it comes with merchandise. many give you 20% more on your gift card than in cash.
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this -- in the days going up to christmas. >> discounts on gift cards. >> finally, a lightning round of buy or wait. first and foremost, toys, buy or wait? >> if it's a must-have item, buy now. if it's a plush toy, lit get slashed leading up to christmas. >> tvs. >> wait until after sumer bowl. clothes? >> wait until you get grapdma's gift card. and after-christmas sales. sales, sales, discount, discount. >> thank you so much, becky. great advice as usual. happy saturday, everyone. happy shopping. "pop news" is next.
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there's been talk of hamburger. there's been talk of nanopods. spl not just any hamburger. a whopper. >> it's an ipod nano. >> it's not a nanopod as diane pointed out. >> and i believe he's holding it upside down. >> this is what i'm getting for the pope. i have good news for selena gomez fans. i'm sure you're a huge fan. >> huge, huge. >> she has songs in the works that you can put on your ipod nano. song writer justin tranz erk r shows her putting on makeup. the kapgs is music and love. now, writer julia michaels is tagged in the post. she and tranz erk r have collaborated with her
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and fellow disney alum commented on the the picture with a prize hands emotiji. she took a break a few months ago because she was suffering from lupus. people rooting for her to come back from that. >> none more than ron. >> nice to have a young person on the set to translate emojis for us. >> praise hands. christmas party season is in full swing. a very scientific study suggests women spend twice the time planning their outfits than they do at the party. the average woman will take eight hours to browse and purchase her makeup and outfit. all to only then spend 3 1/2 hours at the actual event. >> blame the shoes. >> i blame the shoes. >> i blame the shoes.
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that? picking out more time for the outfit. >> this san area where my adding a comment will only get me in trouble for the rest of your life. here's something that will help you fit sinto your outfit. a whopper. >> no one knows what to do with the unwanted gifts. burger king, or at least one burger king location in miami beach has a solution. they're offering anyone who comes in on december 26th. the opportunity to exchange an unwanted christmas gift for a whopper. >> could i give them a nanopod and get a whopper? or could the pope do this? >> i believe anyone. as long as you show up to that particular restaurant in miami beach between 10:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on december 26th. give them your unwanted gift. get a whopper. if you post i
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of your unwanted gift, they'll select the first 100 and they'll get some sort of surprise. >> can i bring all of my gifts and get a -- a multitude of whoppers. >> thank you very much. i'll filibuster while you eat. thanks for joining us. we'll be back tomorrow morning with much more of this. >> good morning, we are off to a slick start from hagerstown to including gaithersburg right now. notice that dark pink shading we interstate 70 toward baltimore definitely if you can avoid travel right now off until 10:00 or 11:00 a.m. this is going to change to rain. freezing rain
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heading into laurel, back toward rockville including and west of town and interstate towardcted from marshall leesburg and manassas. freezing ax getting rain. delays out of dulles and 40 minute delays and some road conditions we will go to ryan. molly, good morning. a sheet of ice in many places. we have seen one accident after the next. this is the worst we have seen in fairfax county. his is 495 northbound near gallows road. we are told 25 to 30 vehicles wreck.volved in this cars are twisted and turned. swing back over to see the back windshield. this was busted out. white truck is twisted and sandwiched between two trucks. we are told all
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closed at least three hours. this is why. down on the ground. you can see the roads are just covered in ice and we are are accidents all over the place in montgomery ounty, fairfax county, arlington county. everyone is advising everyone to tay off the roads until it warms up. >> i can tell you things are looking better. are already in the 50's in west virginia. we will keep you up to date.
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>> "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide insurance. >> hello, everybody, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." most wildlife stories are about survival of the fittest. but did you know that animals sometimes help each other out? >> this is another relationship in nature. >> they're called symbiotic relationships. like birds that groom buffalo-- it's got to feel like scratching your back, i would imagine. lions that feed jackals-- >> that's where the kill is right there. >> oh, yeah, i see two jackals, don't i? yes. and catfish fed by bats. >> there's a bat right there. >> whoa! and don't forget, my blooper of

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