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residents merchants along 8 street in san francisco rattles worried about 2 shootings. >> if 3 victims of kind of a world famous corridor. and this is all in the span of just about 2 weeks. one man was killed. another person wounded in a shooting yesterday at hayden masonic. >> and back on october 22nd another person was critically injured that happened just a block away. kron four's, raureen kelly has new information on the man who was killed. >> there's a growing memorial of candles and flowers here on haight street near masonic avenue with a double shooting took place. there are many stuffed animals left behind for the young man who was
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killed he's been identified by the medical examiner's office as 21 year-old samuel jessup of san francisco police kept a visible presence nearby. many merchants did not want to go on camera. at least one saying they were scared to talk publicly yeah. i was alone a spray and i heard. >> these things i thought were fireworks but told everyone it's gunshots. nathan. it was all day says he's been hanging out in the haight a long time is still rattled by what he heard and saw thursday. i already guns could do. but like scene. the scene, the one person on the ground and one person that. >> you know, like the ambulance and the police and everything. and just hurt my feelings. and i know is i just don't know how to dealing with the shooting happened at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. a second man was also shot and hospitalized. it's disturbing for residents, especially since this comes on the heels of another brazen daylight shooting on october 22nd one block away on the corner of haight and central. one person
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was sent to the hospital with life threatening injuries. >> bullet shattered the window of the ritual coffee shop and hit several cars. those who live and work nearby say they are shocked. this frightening this frightening and it kind of it. jay z and on that we're all experiencing because we've got the covid we've got this. we've got that. >> and then when you personally lose somebody on your street are next to you. is frightening. >> the haight street merchants association is holding a special meeting in the wake of this violence, its president saying one shooting in this neighborhood is disturbing multiple shootings even more so maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> and to that end petition is now circulating through the photography community this evening in light of countless staffs and robberies of camera equipment in the east bay. freemont photographer was recently robbed at gunpoint in front of his fremont home. he had been taking pictures in the marine headlights in the
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thieves apparently followed him home. thankfully no one was hurt. >> the whole thing happened and it was over within and 20 seconds right. so there was not even a moment to kind of have a rational about about what what should i do this kicks impacted their car just to kind of stop and you the state right. and that's what i saw the driver. and, you know, come out and come around his car with a gun pointed to my trees. people like to believe there's something that they can do to avoid this crime or they think. >> it hasn't happened to me because i've been smart enough to do x, y z. and i think the truth is that if you're out there with an expensive piece of equipment. it's a matter of time. >> some popular youtubers and photographers pushing for better anti-theft technology in the cameras. they're talking to manufacturers here. so far. a couple 1000 people have signed that petition. >> children 5 to 11. they are eligible for pfizer's covid vaccine as we know. and today the contra costa county public health department began to
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administer the shot. kron four's. phillipe chagall was in concord where it happened. >> demand for the pediatric dose of pfizer's covid-19 vaccine is high in the east bay very exciting by friday morning contra costa health services says all 410 appointments available at its 3 locations offering the shot were booked. same goes for saturday. i'm myra brown. 6 year-old daughter sophia was inoculated at the county's parks monuments site. >> through road. how excited are you to get the shot. just means that we have more protection in addition to the concord location by appointment only. the county is offering to pediatric dose at the richmond auditorium. and nick rodriguez community center in antioch. >> tuesdays through saturdays. >> mason are pleased to see young people getting vaccinated while she and her husband received their booster shots in i'm and recently retired educator. and it's
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been very frustrating to not be able to feel that the children will be well when they come to school and stay well either they're 11 year-old austin. whitney says the vaccine will free him up a bit i kid play sports and go to class without having to put a mask. we're excited to have austin get the shot. we've vaccinated in the house. and so he was last won. the pediatric shot is about one 3rd. the dosage given to teens and adults and kids still need to get a second shot. at least 3 weeks apart from the first. >> to be considered fully vaccinated. >> in concord collegiate all kron 4 news. >> and for those concerned parents out there who have lots of questions perhaps about covid vaccinations for these younger kids today to doctors at sutter health provided some answers crime forces. it made, you share some of the helpful responses. >> the clinical trial so that the vaccines are 91% effective at preventing covid sutter
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health pediatricians doctors. stephanie chang and judith valero answer some of the pressing questions. concerned. parents have now that the cdc approved vaccinating 5 to 11 year-old children against covid-19 like parents of an 11 year-old turning 12 soon, which vaccine should they get an answer to that question is they should get the 5 to 11 your so that that smaller one 3rd dose. for the first dose when their love and when they turned 12 this to get the 12 year goes well, i get >> you know, i find little girls are not something very this past year. covid related deaths not been one of the top home. causes on this page it. but to 11 years of age will that's a native children still be required to wear facial coverings in public. i think the answer to that question about whether masking will continue to once the kids of ax. it will depend.
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>> once we start to see the effects of those hopefully the data will show that. yes, we can remove the mask. and i think that decision will be up to. >> the state and county and the school districts. >> is it ok to schedule appointments for the covid vaccine and the flu vaccine on the same day. and the answer to that is yes, it is ok and safe to be giving multiple vaccines with the covid vaccine. >> both doctors agree that the covid-19 vaccine is safe for children. >> those steps were skipped and the development of the vaccines. we now have enough data to know that the benefits far outweigh the risks would recommend to any of our fight >> has it. but you on for news. >> and let's take a live look outside in the bay over berkeley. hope you're having a great fry, a bay area. we're tracking a lot of cloud cover out there right now. not even
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tracking the sun said because of that big blanket of clouds going to stick with us all night tonight and even through saturday by saturday afternoon. we could see a stray shower for those of you in the north bay. >> going remain dry for the rest of the bay area and any traces amount of rain that we do see will be about a 10th of an inch of rain or less overall a dry cool forecast on tap. let's take a look at your microclimate saturday outlook, 64 degrees for downtown san francisco and the mission district low 60's for daly city and happen base. about 3 to 5 degrees below average for most of the bay area winds going. there are 20 miles per hour less still out of the northwest for your saturday afternoon with burlingame in and even those of you in millbrae 62 degrees. mid 60's or san mateo and san carlos at 63 degrees. and we are going to remain in the mid 60's. for those of you in the south bay san jose, 67 degrees. livermore degree cooler at 66
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degrees berkeley and richmond both at 63 degrees. low 60's for end at 62 degrees in napa. one of the coolest cities 59 degrees for your afternoon highs. so make sure to bundle up there and even mill valley in the low 60's. but just barely. and we're going to remain below average all weekend long seasonal temperatures not arriving until a week from today. back to greg and catherine. >> thank of greece is still to come. a pilot forced to navigate under bridges and over drivers when his plane suddenly loses power. >> also an out of this world mission designed to protect the planet. sounds kind of sci-fi details on nasa's planetary defense system.
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>> nasa is preparing to test its new planetary defense system. this is designed to protect the earth from possible asteroid impacts. this is called dart or the double asteroid redirection test. the spacecraft will travel roughly 7 million miles from earth. the idea its aim is to crash into an asteroid at 15,000 miles an hour and nasa is hoping that impact would change the orbit of the object potentially saving the earth from a future collision. the mission launches november 23rd pretty cool. call dart. back on planet earth. the faa is investigating why a small plane. you see it there lost power and had to make an emergency landing on a florida. >> roadway right there in the media in the pilot had to maneuver under bridges and
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over cars before touching down near tampa yesterday. the only damage to the plane. a flat right. tire pilots as the tire blew out, as he pulled the aircraft over a curb to get into the median and out of the traffic area out of the lanes of traffic no cars. fortunately were damaged. >> it is a race for a cure and a walk tomorrow to help get us there. still ahead, we'll talk live with the leader of the local all timers chapter about tomorrow's fundraiser event and where we stand when it comes to stopping this dreadful disease. -hi mommy! -hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby... don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year.
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>> continue to lead the because we can and also >> well, he sounds familiar tomorrow. san francisco's walk to end alzheimer's is back in person after being virtual last year. and yes, that's grant. and there. >> this is video from the 2019 walk. >> the event will be starting at pier 27 along the embarcadero. i will indeed be your co-hosts. n. >> if you'd like to go, be sure to get there by 9 to register. and right now we have a chance to talk with doctor julie, executive director for the alzheimer's association of northern california and northern nevada. julie, thanks so much for your time. how excited are you?
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>> i'm so excited and actually it's wonderful to see those pictures from 2 years ago. so much has happened in the world and for people with alzheimer's. but it will be amazing to be together to unite in the fight against alzheimer's. >> doctors since you said then what are some of the things that have happened in the last couple of in regards to alzheimer's. >> well, unfortunately, covid particularly impacted people living with alzheimer's and other types of dementias. so they were more likely to develop covid more likely to pass away from covid and also suffering from tremendous isolation. so we saw truly devastating impact on our constituents living with alzheimer's. but there's also been some good developments that have happened in the last 2 years said new treatments that are available and even developments around a potential test for alzheimer's. so even during the pandemic progress is being
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made. >> you reference the treatment that folks might have heard of out of helmet. it came on to the market this summer. it was controversial. the cost of it. the manner in which it was approved the effect of this even where does that stand. >> yeah, i sure wish it hadn't been so controversial because for any of us who've loved ones or care about this. we wanted it to be a clear cut win and it is a win in that it is the first of its type. it's the first drug in this class that could potentially alter the progression of the disease. but perhaps what we're most excited about is that there are others on the heels of ad you so? this represents the first but not necessarily the best. and so we have to continue to work to make sure more drugs are accessible and available and that there are affordable to everybody. it's not going to
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work if we have a treatment for all timers that nobody can afford or access will doctor the back to that new drug. bottom line. is it too early to tell. is it making any difference. i think it is too early to tell. we still have relatively few people who access the drug. and so the was all along from the fda for there to be more research taking place and that could take years for us to really get a sense in the meanwhile, there are other drugs that are following in their footsteps so we may even see new drugs emerge before we learn more about whether the biogen drug affected. all of this, of course, costs money, which is why it's important to have things like walk tomorrow to raise funds for. >> research to ultimately find a cure. >> it is. it is. it easy for you to stay positive and optimistic and keep the pedal to the metal because yeah, it is so devastating for folks
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who have a family member who are just going through this torture is tight. >> it is. you might think it would be hard and certainly it's hard seeing people who are suffering and to lose loved ones to alzheimer's. but i don't know if you can tell from the pictures of the walk to end alzheimer's. but it's an incredibly uplifting healing event to be yet to know that you're not alone as you're facing. what could perhaps be the most difficult challenge ever faced. and as you can see from the smiling faces on the screen there are lots of you've been to this and we're all in it together. and we welcome you to join us even from home if you don't feel comfortable coming out. >> doctor there is. i think the perception and may not be correct that more people than ever are getting it. i mean, is there any truth to that. is it just that people are living longer. >> we are older than ever before. so there are more baby boomers and so the most likely
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explanation for this experience and you're not imagining it. we probably do more know more people with alzheimer's because there are more of us living longer and those numbers are going to continue to grow and grow, which makes this this work and frankly the walk so important we need to tackle this now. >> elizabeth, that really. we appreciate your time. i'll see you and elizabeth, of course, the executive director of the local all simers chapter, they're all over this. one is northern nevada and northern california and so they get a good night's sleep. a bright and early tomorrow. fear 27, thanks, not all right. you and the specifics just a reminder. if you're able to join us that would be so special. really is an emotional and uplifting event. you saw the flowers blowing there in the when there's a whole ceremony regarding those registration starts at 9. if you're not registered get their sign up. they have masks. they'll distance its covid friendly.
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the actual ceremony starts at 10 and the walk will kick off at 10:30am in the morning. so looking forward to seeing so many folks there, especially after we had to do it all virtually last year. yeah, the 2019 video was inspiring huge crowd. alright. look at this coming up with but to help. >> got to see this one k 9 is helping his community will show you how. take a look
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at this adorable leopard cub all little martha got some hops there and little put it what it is. and i think it but you know before yesterday at the santa barbara zoo. i mean, that's a big get for being brand-new. almost 3 months old. the little cub is going to be slowly eased into her outdoor home and her time in front of the public will be slowly increased in the following a week or 2. they're in santa barbara. her mom ajax will be nearby ajax. why would you name a leopard ajax. maybe because her tongue cleans as well. as ajax think probably going classical. but i would think what a sicko these types a more leopards are in more leopards are the most endangered kinds of leopards and all of the land. they're really trying to save these things. and hopefully this is a good step in the right direction. now to a world
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another animal saying actually getting ready for a big performance just outside cleveland. you know, this performer does not have to lug said this particular performer has 4 legs. >> his name is benny beneath the skating dog. he's a lab his stages. an ice rink. benny is a rescue dog described as having a lot of energy. yes, he does. he loves to do tricks doesn't other people lacing up his skates looking grant as pretty adorable actually he can go a future or a guest of figure skater. an actual figure skater helped to train him and they're now using body to help teach children. well, that is remarkable and yeah, kind of funny. yeah. abry he's using his tail to help probably that's the runner. >> that's funny. yeah. that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. thanks for being with us.
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couple a cute animal stories too. >> pass it on to ken and pam. we're here with kron 4 news at 6. happy friday. happy friday. nothing bad about seeing a dog ice skating new. it's that's a cool we're going to see if. >> pam's microphone works. let's see. 2, 3, i think it is. all thank you both. coming up at 6 as the covid vaccine is now approved for children. a lot of parents have questions about just how safe it is we talked to a local doctor about that and how much longer they think vaccinated children will need to wear masks a neighborhood on edge tonight after bullets fly through haight ashbury neighborhood right in the middle of the day. 2 weeks in a row. >> all residents and business owners are responding to the ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music)
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