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people behind the wheel and the gun that claimed the life of a child. with that, we say thank you for joining us. i'm dion lim. developing news tonight about that shooting. it happened yesterday afternoon in oakland when two people inside two cars exchanged gunfire. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard says investigators are searching for suspects in this tragedy. >> it's just so devastating, so sad. cornell: shock and disbelief over the sudden death of a fremont toddler, jasper wu. his family's neighbor was stunned to hear the news. >> i can't believe it. i see the family always in the front of the house with the little kids. cornell: relatives say the 23 month old was asleep in his car seat, riding and his mother's white lexus in oakland when the car was struck by gunfire saturday afternoon. >> reporting a shooting on the freeway. >> there's a child that's bleeding from the head. cornell: little jasper was rushed to oakland children's
hospital, where he died from his injuries. this dash cam video was taken after the shooting. it shows police on the freeway investigating the chaotic scene. >> we heard there was a shooting, and that was maybe an hour later. and then when we heard it was a child involved, it was heartbreaking. cornell: the chp said the child was likely caught in the crossfire of a freeway gun battle, saying in a statement evidence collected on the northbound side may indicate the victims were not targeted and the child passenger was struck by a stray bullet. the family was too upset to be interviewed, but told us off-camera they want those responsible to surrender. oakland city councilmember noel gile was outraged over an innocent life lost. >> the reality is this is insanity. i see it every morning. the gang activity has risen, especially when it comes to the little ones, the young ones, family members. it's unacceptable. cornell: the chp now requesting tips from the public to help catch those involved in the gunfight while an east bay
family mourns the loss of an energetic little boy with a big smile. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. dion: this one hurts very deep. fremont police tweeted condolences to the family, saying they are saddened by this tragic event. the department says its chief has been in contact with oakland's police chief, and they mutually share concern and outrage. moving on to new details on a quadruple shooting in oakley that police say happened at a family party. a 22-year-old man is now in custody. a 28-year-old man and a 44-year-old man were killed, with two other shooting victims, a man and a woman, who were hospitalized. police say officers found a chaotic scene last night when they responded to a report of gunshots and screaming at a home. police are still actively investigating, but say there is no threat to public safety. developing news now out of houston, where the first lawsuit has been filed against rapper travis scott and live nation
after eight people died during the astro world music festival. a memorial has been set up outside energy park, where the festival was held. several of the victims were identified today, the youngest just 14 years old. the crowd of 50,000 surged towards the stage as scott performed friday night. some have said scott and his team didn't stop the show even as people tried to get their attention. scott did, though, pause at times to ask for help, saying he saw someone passed out. >> i'm honestly just devastated. and i could never imagine anything like this just happening. dion: scott's girlfriend, kylie jenner, released a statement, saying they were not aware of any fatalities until after the show. she said scott would not have continued performing if he had known. a new memorial in san mateo county is paying tribute to people who have lost their lives to covid. ♪
congresswoman jackie spear unveiled the exhibit today. it will be up for the next week. the memorial is inspired by a similar one on the national mall in washington, d.c, where 700,000 white flags represent covid deaths in the u.s. 626 san mateo county residents have died from the virus. congresswoman spear also talked to us about a federal appeals court temporarily blocking the biden's covid vaccine rules. it requires employees to be fully vaccinated by january 4 or test weekly. >> we have to think of it in terms of the other workers. it's not just your right not to get vaccinated. it's not your right to somehow end up impacting others and causing them to get sick. dion: at least 27 states have filed lawsuits against the rule,
calling it unconstitutional. cvs pharmacies across california began giving covid vaccine shots today to children ages 5-11. walgreens, walmart, and cvs started accepting online appointments for young children after the green light from the cdc on tuesday. walgreens started administrating pediatric doses at thousands of stores yesterday. and cities across the bay area are providing free vaccines to kids ages 5-11. in san francisco, a vaccination clinic for children was held this weekend in the excelsior neighborhood. the city is planning to require 5-11-year-olds to present proof of vaccination to get into indoor businesses. and to the north bay, where organizers say this clinic is giving about 1000 shots to kids, ages 5-11 this weekend. a vaccine clinic was also held at canal alliance. santa clara county launched the
first of many on-campus vaccination clinics on thursday. it's also using a vax van as part of an effort to get 75% of children ages 5-11 in the county vaccinated by january. meantime, alameda county says community clinics there will begin vaccinating those children by mid-november. now, not all parents are convinced vaccination is the right choice for their young children. 30% said they will definitely not get the vaccine for their 5-11-year-olds. that is according to a nationwide survey last month by the kaiser family foundation. it also says 27% of parents are eager to get a vaccine for their child while a full third of people who responded said they will wait a while to see how the vaccine is working. now if you have vaccine questions, you can also ask our vaccine team. they are dedicated to getting you answers. all you have to do is had to
abc7news.com/vaccine and click on that big blue box. starting tomorrow, internationao the united states. passengers must show proof of covid vaccination and a negative test taken no more than three days before they board their flight. for those who are not fully vaccinated, they must take a covid test no more than one day before their flight. the land borders with canada and mexico will also open tomorrow. alright, get that rain gear ready. drew tuma standing by on the timing of those showers heading our way. drew: what a gorgeous day to the end of the weekend, tons of sunshine, dry conditions, but that will change tomorrow night as the next storm moves into the bay area with strong gusty winds and downpours. timing and the details in the accuweather forecast ahead. dion: also, he thought he was about to fulfill a dream. instead, a young man responding to an online ad offering a car for sale is shot and killed. and a pilot in the bay area makes all the right moves when his small plane experiences a
when kids need medical care, they face life-changing experiences. they miss out on the things that make being a kid fun. starlight children's foundation programs entertain and inspire hospitalized kids. learn more at starlight.org dion: a young man in the north bay was shot and killed while trying to buy a car he found online. michael graduated high school in
the spring. his parents say he was working several jobs to buy his dream car. police say on thursday, he went to meet someone from the site offer up to buy a car for $7,000 in cash. his father went back to the neighborhood where his son died and met with the person who called 911. >> they walked up and felt his hand and his hand was cold. for some reason, it was comforting. i don't really know why. but it was comforting that somebody was there with him for a period of time. dion: it's hard to listen to. officers arrested 24-year-old come ira strange of san pablo. she is in the county jail held without bond. in the south bay, a police patrol vehicle hit a mountain lion on san mateo. this all happened yesterday as a san mateo police officer was driving east on highway 92, just past the hillsdale boulevard exit. now take a look at this. video shows a smudge on the
cruisers push bars left behind in the aftermath of the collision. police say the officer hit the brakes as the animal darted across the road, but did hit the puma. the officer was unable to find the mountain lion after the impact. the car, as you can see, was damaged, but the officer was not hurt. a fuel leak is suspected to have caused this small plane to make an emergency landing near the stanford university campus today. that plane took off from the palo alto airport. the pilot then put the plane down in a wide-open field at an equestrian facility around noon. neither the pilot nor the passenger was hurt and the plane was not damaged. well, once shunned by the military, harvey milk is now embraced for his courage and activism. the military honor in his memory that supporters say will send a message of inclusion around the globe.stwis ll mo io the bay ow. look outside as we will have the timing of the storm just ahead in the
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dorthan a hf-ur after he was kicked out of the service for being gay, the u.s. navy today hundred 10 from cisco supervisor harvey milk in a big way. the navy christened one of its vessels named after the slain civil rights pioneer. u.s. naval ship harvey milk is a supply ship that has been under construction in san diego for the last two years. the late supervisor served in the navy during the korean war. supervisors and supporters say the ship will send a strong message of inclusion to everybody that believes in freedom and justice and liberty. well, elon musk has turned to his twitter followers to make a multibillion-dollar financial decision. take a look. this is the poll he conducted through a tweet. should he sell 10% of his tesla stock? more than half of the responses were yes. now the world's richest person said he could face a massive tax bill this year, and he says the only way to pay it is to sell stock. musk has criticized a proposal
by democrats to enact a billionaires tax. he would be one of the several hundred billionaires taxed under that plan. in the east bay now, where a young girl's wish came true, take a look. she got her wish to create a public mural using her own artwork to inspire others in the oakland community. make-a-wish greater bay area made it all possible. the oakland mayor was at the unveiling at jack london square. the mural reads, "it doesn't get easier. you just get stronger." it's a great saying, drew, isn't it. drew: it was a beautiful day, too, to the outside. we were basking in the sunshine across the region today. tomorrow at night, rain returns to the forecast. lees vehore. skinofanncco.u can see a reallyy shot. you have the crescent moon. and if you look at the moon at
10:00, right there, that's venus shining brightly. and it will shine brightly again tomorrow night. we will have those cloudy skies and that rain moving through at this time. right now, we're falling through the 50's. it will be a chilly night tonight, 30's and 40's first thing tomorrow morning. the winter jackets certainly needed on your monday morning. live doppler 7 along with satellite, here is the next storm, all this cloud cover. that's going to move in the next 24 hours and bring in those so key showers and gusty winds. tonight, it's dry and the big story is chilly other, 30's to mid 40's for most of us, and again, partly cloudy skies first thing tomorrow morning. clouds will thicken throughout the day monday. level two moderate storm we are attracting showers, heavy at times, strong gusty winds, and highest impact with the storm will likely be felt in the north bay. that's where you find the highest rainfall totals. future weather first thing tomorrow morning for the monday morning commute, it's quiet. it's dry.
increasing cloud cover throughout the day. 5:00 p.m., light rain moves into the north bay. by 8:00 p.m., that's when we expect showers and downpours to develop in the north bay with the yellows and oranges you see on the screen. 11:00 p.m., we are in the height of the storm, kind of widespread across the region to finish out the day on monday. and then those showers will taper early tuesday morning. there will be some left over showers for the tuesday morning commute. but otherwise by midday, the storms will exit and we will find clearing skies by the afternoon. rainfall estimates a wide range, high totals in the north bay, and then those numbers begin to drop off as we head south. we'll have to see how much of a rain shadow we will have, but about a third of an inch of rain likely a run has san jose. here are the strong winds. 10:00 p.m. monday, reaching out of the south -- racing out of the south, when advisory tomorrow. strong, gusty winds. good idea tomorrow tree.
highs on your monday during the daylight hours, we'reid 60's n. that rain returns. and we. will find snow in -- snow in the sierra. next seven days, rain and wind at night tomorrow with the worst of it tuesday in the morning. some left over clouds on wednesday, the holiday looking brighter, looking warmer by friday and next weekend. we're tracking 60's and 70's with lots of sunshine. >> now, abc 7 sports with chris alvarez. chris: the 49ers got some reinforcements today against the cardinals. the most notable, tony -- george kittle. nothing is ever easy in the nfl, bryant young inducted into the 49ers hall of fame, looking good in that red jacket. fired back on the field. the right here as he strained to get those extra yards, the ball
pops loose and arizona recovers. kittle frustrated on the sideline. that turned into points for the cards. nine play drive, 13 yard score, 7-0 arizona to open the scoring. george kittle! san francisco trail 17-7 at the break. kittle spiking it home. james had himself a day. niners couldn't stop him on the ground, a little swing pass from the house. he had 173 all-purpose yards, three scores, 24-7 arizona. six catches, 101 yards for -- yards. so nice, we show it twice. later on the drive, third and goal, big man's strength right here, touchdown, 31-14. garoppolo sacked five times, threw an interception, add in
three turnovers, niners now 3-5. they haven't won a home game in over a year. afterwards, the coach was asked where this franchise is going. >> to make a big statement after that game, to me, that's unnecessary. we didn't play a very good game today. we've got to play a lot better. i know our fans are disappointed. i'm disappointed, too. but we got to make sure we do better next week. >> i hope our guys are inspired to play because i don't want to lose every game. that's not fun. we just have to come back, work together, not point fingers, and stick to this loss as a team. it was a team loss. >> it was embarrassing, just defensively, what we put on tape. get that taste out of your mouth and get right back to work. chris: aaron rodgers covid issues so jordan love making the start. the kid from bakersfield is
finding alan lazard.t career tos . you have to help that phone has a really good zoom on it. patrick mahomes finds tyreek hill for the game ceiling first down. chiefs win, 13-7, snapping green bay's seven game win streak. and denville's own quakes find the final game of the season against fc dallas, many of them wondering, would this be the final game of his amazing career? and if so, how about this story? finds the back of the net, 17 seasons, 14 with the quakes, mls all-time goal leader, 171st score, the only goal in a 1-1 dropper. this team is lifted him in the air and he called it a career. >> but this is the last ride. i told myself i would cry and i knew the tears would be coming, but thank you guys. it's been an amazing ride. again, thank you guys for this wonderful ride. thank you for being a part with
me, pushing me on. and i can't thank you guys enough. chris: a true class act calling it a career, and what away to do a here, where he's from, the bay area. dion: very classy guy. chris, thanks. san jose once people to get outside. up next, the return of ♪ ♪ have you seen those small bowl---? oh! careful with the... (dishes break) sorry, mrs. c! excuse me, could we-- ♪ ♪ excuse me, i was wondering could we-- ? bedroom! finding the right person for the job isn't always easy... ...but when you have an insurance question, you can always count on your local geico agent. they can give you personalized advice and could help you save hundreds. who wants some dress shirts!? for expert help with all your insurance needs, get to know your local geico agent today.
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enjoy parks and outdoor spaces after covid-19 closures. several miles of san jose streets were closed to cars. residents could walk and bike, along with skate and play in the street. also, you see activity hubs were set up. the city's parks and wrecked apartment or planning two more events for next spring. looks like fun. that's all for this edition of abc 7 news at 6:00. i'm dion lim. for all of us here, thank you so much for joining us. we'll see right back here for
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