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kwwlnow on today in iowa... the first funnel deadline is here. we're looking at which bills survived and which are dead. plus...frack sand is the center of a controversial national debate. one that's playing out right here in eastern iowa. we dig into the issue in a special report. and an iowa man is trying to get into the record books...for having the most scooby doo items. we'll hear from him later this morning. here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and
slight chance for a rain or snow dry for the most part. this morning...two people are hurt following a fire this morning the fire happening in the 1700 block of jefferson street in waterloo around five this morning we just spoke with firefighters about ten mintues ago. one person got out on their own and had to be taken to the hospital. they told firefighters a second person was upstairs. firefighters tell us that person's injuries are significant. we'll continue to update you as we learn more now onto coverage of the iowa legislature. today brings a key deadline for lawmakers: the first funnel. bills had to be voted out of a committee by today or they die. this morning, we're looking at what's moving forward...and what's not. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live -- amanda, a bill we've talked about this week didn't
state lawmakers were considering making it illegal for iowans use their phones while driving...unless you have a hands-free device. but the bill died... it wont become law this year take a look at this video right here... the driver looks down for just a few seconds... and then this happens... video like this is one of the reasons this bill continues to be brought to lawmakers attention... some police offices and sheriffs supported the bill... but there were some groups that did not. let's look at some of the other dead bills. one would have required you to be 21 to buy tobacco products, instead of 18 another would have waived o-w-i fines for low income offenders. the state's minimum wage will not be going up -- 12 dollars an hour was the proposal and one more -- a bill which would have made it easier for the craft beer industry to sell growlers. we've got you covered, amanda
the next big deadline for the legislature is march 11. bills then need to go through a few more steps by that point. until then...here's a look at some of the bills which are alive for now: a bill which would stop plans to hand over management of iowa's medicaid program moves forward. senate democrats already approved it. however -- it won't likely get much traction in the house. the state is set to make the switch march first unless the federal government steps in. a bill that would ban employers from asking about someone's history moves forward. some eastern iowa cities have considered similar "ban the box" rules. employers could still ask you about your criminal history, just later in the process. and a bill requiring hgh schools to have certied medical professional at sporting events continues through the legislature. the bill focuses on so called collision sports...football, wrestling, soccer. a big goal is preventing concussions...but providing the staffing can be expensive. (cg: brad floy/ secretary for iowa atheltic
it could cost a school 25-hundred to five-thousand dollars a year, if the school doesn't already have an athletic trainer or medical professional at these events. continuing coverage... a sixteen-year-old boy is in critical condition following a helicopter crash. the helicopter crashing into the waters of pearl harbor, hawaii. several people who saw the crash jumped into the water to rescue the five people on board. first responders took all five to hospitals. no word yet on what caused the crash landing. the f-a-a is expected to investigate. a school bush crashes into a building during a multiple vehicle crash. this video is out of were on the bus when it crashed into a taxi and a s- u-v outside a bank. 14 people were hurt and had to be taken to the hospital. no word on what caused the crash... the so-called affluenza teen will appear in court this case will be moved to
couch was 16 when he drove drunk and caused a crash that killed four people in dallas. his attorneys say his wealthy upbringing impaired his ability to tell right from wrong. he's now due in court for a probation violation. an iowa woman is forced to euthanize her pet after it was attacked by two other dogs. the cedar rapids dog was less than a year old. her owner -said the pup was outside on a leash when the two loose dogs attacked. one of the dogs was a pit bull (diana hogan/cedar rapids) "my husband went to unleash just broke it's way in the house 'cause the screen door was open, you know, trying to get our dog off. broke it's way open and the fight was on." the owners of the dogs live a street away. both dogs were impounded... the lab was later released the owners have not claimed the pit bull and it remains in the city's custody. u-s customs officers find more than four million dollars in fake money.
airport with the money. it looked like counterfeit u-s money and vietnamese money. according to agents, the couple planned to use it as an offering to the dead. it's apparently common in the vietnamese culture. agents say because the couple never tried to spend the money, they were not arrested and allowed to continue on their unlock the cable box. that's the ruling from the f-c-c. it means you can swap pricey cable boxes rented directly from their provider for cheaper third-party devices and apps. the commission chairman say customers deserve a break and the choice." "nothing in this proposal slows down or stops cable innovation. the f-c-c says nearly all cable users in the u-s currently must get their boxes from their cable companies... and that they pay about 230 dollars a year it's a process helping our country become a leader in oil production: fracking but it's very controversial and a big fight over the process is
eastern iowa. iowa's only frac sand mine is looking to expand their operations in clayton county, but face stiff resistance from a number of people living near the exisiting mine. this morning, kwwl's brad hanson an odd sound outside nature haven farms north of since pattison sand company habitat is also destroyed." now they're worried things could get worse--pattison is now asking clayton county to rezone more than 700 acres of property, so they can continue mining into the forseeable future. but to understand why they want to expand, it's important to find out who they are, and what they do. pattison sand company began mining silica sand in 2007. that sand is perfectly round, and is used to prop open shale in fracking operations. water, sand and some chemicals are pumped into shale formations, and oil and natural gas are extracted. the fracking industry
supplier of oil to the world, and has created tens of thousands of jobs "it's just too big of a deal in this controversy. many opponents claim the process can do a lot of damage, including damaging water supplies deep below the earth. gil gutknecht, a spokesperson for pattison, says those fears are exaggerated. "we all benefit. i mean, gasoline at the local pump here is a dollar 62 cents. a big technology called hydraulic fracturing." back at pattison, they're working to mine much of the st. peter sandstone that sits below the quiet farmlands of clayton county. reserves of this sand strech across much of the region. they're hoping to rezone a large chunk of land here to keep them in business for anywhere from five to fourty five years from now. it's a business they say brings tens of millions of dollars into clayton
"we have to invest enormous amounts of capitol. and to make sure that we can essentially being met with stiff resistance from the vifians and many others in the county. concerns range from environmental issues, like air and water quality, to noise and the changing face of the landscape. "we just feel that frac sand mining is very destructive to the natural environment, and the beauty of our area. bluffs are being destroyed, habitat is also destroyed." and although pattison's request is only for underground mining, a loophole in clayton county ordinance could leave the area vulnerable to other development down the road. "we rezone the land to heavy industrial, can somebody else, they sell their land, somebody else comes in and wants to do
the county has now put together a five person committee to answer many of the questions brought up by the vifians and other concerned neighbors. they'll pull studies that have already been done on many of these concerns, and make a recommendation to the board of supervisors in the next few months. the vifians are hopeful the committee will come up with recommendation for the board that will address many of their concerns--not just for their sake, but for the sake of the landscape, isn't here just for our lifespan, but our children and our grandchildren down the road." in clayton county, brad hanson, kwwl news. if the request is denied, clayton county says pattison would probably stay in business for the next few years anyway. they also
reapply for that expansion. its coming up on today in iowa... snow is typically a good sign for areas dealing with drought...but when there's this much-- it causes problems plus...a woman finds a little something extra in her can of beans...and she's not happy about it. and we meet the iowan with a passion for scooby doo. he's aiming for the record books. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan.
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"now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good friday morning. it is going to be a very windy day here across eastern iowa. a wind advisory is in effect 50 mph. today will be a windy and warmer day across during the morning hours, otherwise the sky will be mostly advisory is in effect for the entire area through 6 pm. the wind will begin to calm down looks pretty good as well with a mostly sunny sky and high temperatures back in the upper it will be partly cloudy with highs in the 40s. while we above average and the pattern looks dry for the most part. a wind advisory is in effect today day across eastern iowa. areas
clouds during the morning hours, otherwise the sky will be mostly wind advisory is in effect for the entire area through 6 pm. dropping into the 30s under a mostly clear sky. saturday upper 40s to mid 50s. there is it will be partly cloudy with highs in the 40s. while we won't see average and the pattern looks dry for the most part. a wind advisory is in 50 mph. today will be a windy and warmer day across eastern iowa. areas sunny. a south wind will turn west 20 to effect for the entire area through 6 pm. the wind will begin to calm down looks pretty good as well with a mostly sunny sky and high temperatures back in the upper it will be partly cloudy with highs in the 40s. while we above average and the pattern looks dry for the most part. a wind advisory is in effect today will be a windy and warmer day across eastern iowa. areas to the north will see a few advisory is in effect for the entire area through 6 pm. fresh snow usually a good thing in the sierra nevada eastern iowa. areas to the north will see a few
otherwise the sky will be mostly sunny. a south wind will turn west 20 to effect for the entire area through 6 pm. chance for a rain or snow shower on sunday, otherwise it will be partly cloudy with highs in the 40s. while we won't see the 50s early next week, temperatures will still be above average and the pattern looks dry for the most part. a wind advisory is in effect to the north will see a few entire area through 6 pm. fresh snow usually a good thing
range. heavier snowpack a good sign for a state dealing with drought. but winter weather is causng gridlock. semis clogging the roadways as they stop to put chains on their at rest areas... "a lot of people are getting drifted off the road. a lot of snowbanks are getting pushed down from caltrans. if i was coming up here, i'd probably wait another day or so." this was the first snowfall in the area in two weeks its still to come... beans with a side of...snake head...
beans and finds...a snake head. she was makining dinner for an event at church when she almost served up something not on the menu. a snake head....in the middle of all those beans. "when i went to dish them out, i thought it was a burnt bean and low and behold it was a snake head" she contacted the manufacturer, "western family," and cans are already being pulled from store shelves as a precaution. an eastern iowa man thinks he can break the world record for having the most scooby- doo memorabilia.... kwwl's amanda gilbert caught up ""if you can think of scooby doo episode.... he's been watching the beloved dog since he was 6... "saturday morning cartoons.... we actually had to get up and of his everyday life..
doo... "put him up, put him up, that's him." "scooby do is reality.. he's the only one that makes sense in my life...he's afraid until it matters then he's a brave dog. that's life. you cowar when you can, but when it's time to put your foot forward, you do it." according to the guinness world record.... a canadian woman has the largest collection of scooby- doo memorabilia... she has 1,136 pieces...but hoftender says he can beat that.. "slippers.. gotta have those..." "old clocks" "these are from paris..." "1968.. a gumball from then..." he thinks he has over 3,000 pieces of scooby doo memorabilia.... "we've got you covered.... amanda gilbert...
he's working on setting up a time to meet with guinness. so they count do an official count of his memorabilia. storm track seven meteorologist is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. here is what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straight.
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new this morning on today in iowa... we're looking at which bills move forward and which die...today's a key date for iowa lawmakers. plus...reaction this morning to a story we first brought you yesterday, we hear from monte morris about a big donation he inspired. and if you have a problem fixing your cholesterol levels...look at your stress levels. it's a lesson a u- n-i professor learned first-hand good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist is here now with your storm track seven forecast. good friday morning. it is going to be a very windy day here
advisory is in effect today for will be a windy and warmer day during the morning hours, otherwise the sky will be mostly 35 mph, gusting up to 50 mph at through 6 pm. the wind will begin to calm down overnight, as well with a mostly sunny sky and high temperatures back in the upper 40s to mid 50s. there highs in the 40s. while we looks dry for the most part. we are following breaking enws this morning..two people go to
following a waterloo fire. this all began around five this morning kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live from the scene on jefferson street in waterloo two people had to be taken to the hospital following a fire in waterloo. it happened on jefferson street around 5 a.m. the fire happening in the 1700 block of jefferson street in waterloo around five this morning we just spoke with firefighters about ten mintues ago. one person got out on their own and had to be taken to the began. firefighters were able to rescue to update you as we learn more : two people had to be taken to the hospital following a fire in waterloo. it needed to go to the hospital. firefighters were able to get we'll update you as we learn more,
kwwl dot com moving on to coverage of the iowa legislature. today's the first important deadline for lawmakers: the first funnel. it's the day many bills survive and die. this morning, we're taking a look...starting at issues that will not be moving forward. iowa universities will continue to work with standford. one lawwmaker wanted to ban future collabaorations between standford and the three state universiities until stanford apologized for its band's bahvior at the rose bowl talker but didnt get much traciton let's look at some of the other dead bills. you know how you seem to keep heading to the polls for similar bond issus? a bill would have required a year between votes...but it's not moving forward. the push to build a cedar rapids casino stalls again. the bill would have begun a process to build a smoke free
and -- speed limits on iowa roadways will stay the same. there were multiple bills looking at raising the speed limits on different kinds of roads but the bills died., let's take a look now at some the surviving bills which move forward in the legislature. one deals with a drug that can reverse the effects of a heroin overdose. the bill would allow first responders...includi ng police officers and firefighters...to carry and administer the drug. a program to expand medical marijuana in iowa also moves forward. the bill would allow more patients to use cannabis oil. right now, only epilepsy patients can. however -- smoking marijuana would still be banned. and the teen tanning ban survives. right now, iowa is one of eight states that does not regulate indoor tanning for minors. the next key date for lawmkaers is march eleventh...all the surviving bills need to get some more approval by that point before they could become law. in another state -- a big protest on what people are calling racist legislation.
streets in madison. the groups oppose a bill they say would lead police to investigate a person's immigration status undocumented people would be deported. they're also fighting a bill which would block community i-d's for people who don't have access to a state i-d...like the program in johnson county, iowa wisconsin stips away millions of dollars from planned parenthood. governor scott walker signing two bills yesterday. planned parenthood saying one bill will affect prescription drug reimbursements...th e other...cuts money because some clinics provide abortions. we want to make sure as taxpayers whether it's our state that's responsisble and reasonable in the past, when asked, governor branstad has said he cannot block state money from going to planned parenthood. no money from the state is used for abortions here in iowa a kwwl follow up-- this morning, flights are expected to run smoothly in and landing yesterday.
sioux falls for chicago, but was forced to land at the waterloo airport. crews say they saw smoke coming smell it -- and the floor started to heat up... "we heard this terrible noise that was ongoing. so we were really, all of us were crying swearing." after about a four-hour wait, passengers left on a new plane, but a few decided to keep their feet on the ground and make the drive to chicago. continuing coverage... new sanctions for north korea are now law. president obama signed off on the new sanctions yesterday. they're designed to punish north korea for launching nuclear and missile tests -- as well as suspected cyber attacks. the measures freeze the assets of anyone doing business related to north korea's nuclear or weapons programs --or anyone suspected of being involved in human rights abuses in north korea.
program delivers desperately needed food to towns in syria. more than 80- thousand people have been stranded. as a truck was being unloaded, children gathered to eat chickpeas spilled from the convoy. they've been living off grass and limited supplies of rice. the town has been inaccessible for more than a year and a half... living conditions are, even the people that live here are living in buildings that are half destroyed." the world food program says the arrival of the convoy marked "a major humanitarian breakthrough in syria." the fbi is searching a home connected to a relative of one of the san bernardino shooters. the california home has been searched before... but thursday federal agents were seen carrying out a box of things and a computer. they would not comment on the bill cosby files a lawsuit against the woman whose sexual assault case recently led to cosby's arrest. it's for breach of contract. no word on the exact nature of the allegations in it.
said that a settlement reached discussing the 2005 case with law enforcement. they've been waiting to see this for 10 years. a crowd cheers in alabama as a passenger train arrives for the first time since hurricane katrina -- damaged the tracks. amtrak ran it as a test. it has not announced plans to bring back regular service. pope francis says he's willing to relax the church's opposition to birth control... to control the spread of the zika virus. flying home from mexico, the pope said "avoiding pregnancy is not an absolute evil." the explosion of zika in latin america has led some governments to urge women to avoid getting pregnant. the virus has been linked to the pope's comments about one presidential candidate are also getting a lot of attention. it comes as candidates are making their final pushes before voting tomorrow. tracie potts recaps what's happening in nevada and south carolina. south carolina congressman james clyburn is expected to endorse
today. it could be a huge boost for her with african- americans in the south. but that's in a week. right now, the democrats are focused on nevada. (--- insert pkg ---) african americans are helping hillary clinton hold a 28- point lead over bernie sanders. but they're essentially tied in the state's large latino electorate: (sot: bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate :19-:25) "my immigration policy is to presidential candidate :26-:32) "i was the first person to call out donald trump. i said, "basta!" enough of this prejudice and paranoia." trump's still leading in south carolina, but now only by five points.. in this morning's new poll. at a candidate forum trump backed off criticizing pope francis. the pope called him "unchristian" for wanting to build a wall with mexico. ("courtesy of cnn") super burned in misinterpreted, and i also think he was given misinformation." ("courtesy of cnn") super burned in (sot: jeb bush/ (r) presidential candidate :51-:53) trump's faith." ted cruz and marco rubio are courting south carolina's conservatives. (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :58-1:09) "south carolina's role is to step up and ensure that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states is a real and
and while his numbers are not in the top-tier, john kasich's making voters feel good... ("courtesy of cnn") (sot: john kasich/ (r) presidential candidate 1:18-1:19) "we all need to slow down a little bit." as the democrats and the republicans (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: tracie potts, nbc leading nationally in the polls, but clinton's lead has been cut in back to you. cubans are welcoming the news president obama will visit there next month. the historic trip will mark a turning point in u-s relations with a long-time cold war foe. washington and havana restored diplomatic ties in july. but trade remains limited by the u-s embargo, which includes a ban on american tourism to the island. today, the public can pay their respects -- honoring justice scalia. the supreme court justice died last weekend. his body will lie in the great hall of the supreme court
michigan's governor announces a multi-million dollar grant heading to flint. two-million dollars will be approved for the flint mayor's "fast start" plan to begin removing pipes. on wednesday, governor snyder had a cautious approach... saying the pipe removal needed to be "mapped out" before it begins. but governor snyder says this new grant is a "positive step" for the flint, state, and federal agencies to work together on a solution. these hyvee trucks filled with water are on their way to flint. we first brought you this story yesterday morning on today in iowa. iowa state basketball player monte morris is from flint, and inspired hyvee to help. they donated 11 truckloads of water... which matches his jersey number... "i'm emotional. it brought a lot talk about." the trucks are expected to arrive in flint today.
firefighters are remembering a young eastern iowa man who died in a car crash. in bremer county over the weekend. he was a volunteer firefighter with the oran fire deparmtent. following his funeral services, friends and firefighters gathered at the department to remember him fire trucks representing multiple fire departments in fayette county drove in to show their support... "jed was a great asset to our you could ask the kid to do anything and he would do it, he just do it" officers are still investigating the crash. for those battling high cholesterol, doctors usually recommend focusing on diet, weight and exercise. but experts say lowering stress can also have a major impact. u-n-i professor christopher edginton gives lectures around the world. even though he changed his diet, his cholesterol kept rising. that's when doctors suggested
doctor: very few of us realize how important that stress is for ever day to take care of yourself do sometimes whether it's physical or mental whatever now he's cut back on work and is spending more time with his grandkids. his cholesterol dropped by nearly half. its still to come... the state wrestling tournament is underway. we're looking at how teams are doing...and introducing you to a wrestler whose risking his life to compete. plus...warmer weather is here. but some are seeing problems
the forecast from storm track and meteorologist eileen loan. "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good friday morning. it is going to be a very windy day here across eastern iowa. a wind advisory is in effect today for the entire kwwl viewing area, with gusts to near 50 mph. today will be a windy
see a few clouds during the morning hours, otherwise the sky will be mostly 50 mph at times. a wind advisory is in effect for the entire area with temperatures dropping into the 30s under a mostly clear sky. saturday looks pretty good as well with a mostly sunny sky and high 50s. there is a slight chance for a rain or snow shower on 40s. while we won't see the 50s early next week, temperatures will still be above average and the pattern looks dry for the most entire kwwl viewing area, with gusts to near 50 mph. today will be a windy and warmer day across eastern iowa. areas to the north will see a few south wind will turn west 20 to 35 mph, gusting up to 50 mph at times. a the wind will begin to calm down overnight, with temperatures dropping into the 30s under a mostly clear sky. saturday looks pretty good as well with a mostly sunny sky a slight chance for a rain or snow shower on sunday, otherwise it will be partly cloudy with highs temperatures will still be above average and the pattern looks dry for the most part. a wind advisory is in effect today for the entire kwwl viewing area, with gusts to near 50 mph. today will be a windy and warmer day across eastern iowa. areas
some people are remembering warmer weather comes with some struggles. big chunks of ice have shut down a river in maine. the quick forming ice jams causing the river to go above flood stage. and massive sheets of ice are going over the river banks and onto city streets... "i'm thinking it's a photo op. i waterfront here. they always have their problems. i'm sure they're used to it now, and
always a sign it's warming up outside. eastern iowans are very familiar with ice jams -- and the flooding they can cause. in 2013, ice jams caused about 20- thousand dollars to a cedar rapids harbor. homes flooded. since then the city has made some changes in an effort to prevent flooding. the jams also tend to draw a crowd along the river, looking to take pictures of the broken up ice. its still to come...another look at breaking news we've been following this morning, two people hurt in a fire, plus... the wrestler who risks his life for the sport he loves. we are following breaking news
taken the hospital the fire happening this morning in waterloo. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live from the scene on jefferson street. are crews still on the scene? two people had to be taken to the hospital following a fire in waterloo. it happened on jefferson street around 5 a.m. the fire happening in the 1700 block of jefferson street in waterloo around five this morning we just spoke with firefighters about ten mintues ago. one person got out on their own
upstairs....where the fire began. firefighters were able to rescue firefighters tell us that person's injuries are significant. we'll continue to update you as we learn more : two people had to be taken to the hospital following a fire in waterloo. it needed to go to the hospital. we've got you covered live in waterloo, amanda gilbert, kwwl news. we're still waiting to learn the cause of this fire and how those people are doing in the hospital. stick with kwwl on the air and online as this story develops. switching gears now..the state wrestling tournament is underway and here's a look at team scores after day one. class 1a alburnett in the top spot with 20.5 points you can rounding out the top five of the area in class 2a new hampton is in second place with 18.5 just a half point behind creston crestwood cresco sitting at number 8 with 13.5 and charles city rounding out the top 15 with 10 team points and in class 3a cedar rapids
third right now with 19.5 points waverly shell rock just a point and a half back in sixth place and western dubuque inside the top 15 with 12 points one wrestler is risking his life to compete caleb meinders suffers from an auto- immune disease. it attacks his liver, and if he's hit just right... it could be deadly if he doesn't receive medical care. but the wrestler out of ackley isn't letting his condition rule his life. theres nothing to be scared i dont want to have that stopping me. caleb's football career was cut short by this... but because wrestling isn't considered an impact sport... he's allowed to do it. its we're wrapping up today in iowa with the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel next.
full of flavorful nutrients, and that comes through in the fish. this is the way we ship it to your restaurants. it's not pre-breaded. so not only do we use the highest quality cod, but we still hand-batter it the old-fashioned way. that's remarkable. and we think we get the best fish filet sandwich because of that. this is the best fish sandwich in america. "welcome to delicious!" two people are hurt following a fire this morning the fire happened this morning
1700 block of jefferson street in waterloo around five this morning two people went to the hospital and firefighters tell us one person's injuries are significant, we don't know how they're doing...we also don't know the cause at this time. stick with us as this story develops. kwwp an eye on our website, kwwl dot com and our newscasts check of your storm track seven forecast. here is your storm track 7 day miles per hour. wind advisory in effect through 6 pm. otherwise, it will be a thanks for joining us, the today show is next and we'll be back
good morning. holy war of words. donald trump responds after the pope questions his faith for wanting to build a wall along the mexican border. >> he has an awfully big wall at the vatican. i'll tell you. >> we'll talk to donald trump live. on the democratic side, hillary clinton is booed for a dig at bernie sanders. >> doesn't know what the last democratic president did. it's true. it's true. >> as our new poll shows that race tightening. moment of impact. a sight seeing helicopter crashes near pearl harbor. five people injured. one critically. one person says it is the pilot's actions that saved