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let me show you a picture of one of the victims. family confirms this is 26 "ricky stith/victim's cousin runs=:29 outcue=just crazy 37=:48:07 "yesterday one "ricky stith/victim's cousin runs=:29 outcue=just crazy
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of the state troopers had walked me through a back way where the trailer was actually sitting out or wherever. something you can't even believe. just from a wind. he was just here yesterday.. telling his jokes it is crazy" just so hard to imagine until you see how fast the storm can hit and powerful here yesterday.. telling his jokes it is crazy" just so hard to imagine until you see how fast the storm can hit and powerful it can be. there's a lot of clean up here left to be down. the governor will be here at 1 to see first hand those hardest hit. my colleague erin kelly will be with him. i will have much more on the lives lost starting at 4.
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thanks jason. not far away from jason, is 10 on your side's erin kelly. erin you're surveying the damage in waverly. what do you see? cleanup efforts underway in waverly. there is still a lot of debris across the small town of 2300 people-- including right along the main road and the side streets. power crews are also working to restore electricity to structures that are still standing. a state of emergency remains in effect for mcauliffe will tour waverly within the next hour. stay with
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let's bring in meteorologist jeremy wheeler. let's bring in meteorologist jeremy wheeler. jeremy, super doppler 10's technology forecasted yesterday's severe weather. will the winds we strong again today? this afternoon: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 15-25 mph, gusts up to 45 mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows: upper-30s. winds: w
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sunny. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph. after a very, very long wednesday in the weather department, we are tracking (somewhat) quieter conditions today. i say somewhat because the wind is relentless! we will be tracking sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph, gusting up to 45 mph at times! luckily, the wind shouldn't affect temperatures - highs will be in the upper-50s this expect partly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-30s. it'll remain windy all
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we'll close out the week with mostly sunny skies tomorrow. it will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the upper-40s. expect nice, dry conditions this weekend. highs will be in the mid to upper-40s on saturday, in the 60s for the first half of next week. believe it or not - no rain in the forecast for the next 7 days. gov terry mcauliffe
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at the height of the storm, dominion virginia power reported more than 27-thousand outages in hampton roads and 80-thousand across the state. crews have been working to get customers' power back on. right now we have about
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keep sending us your storm damage photos. it helps us tell the story. a 10 on your side viewer sent us this incredible photo from virginia beach. the powerful winds blew over the canopy at the it's the same gas station, just before the top fell over. you can see some of the columns are leaning over. you can see more viewer photos like these and also see the damage chopper 10 surveyed right now on
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still ahead - the powerful storms tore through other towns in virginia. ahead we'll show you more damage plus - hop aboard chopper 10. we'll survey more of the tornado damage from above. and - it's a very cloudy day as we look outside towercam 10. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking the blustery weather. he'll tell us how long the winds will stick
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breaking news this midday, police in norfolk detained a teen, after they found a gun inside granby high school. someone told officers a student inside a classroom had a concealed gun. police quickly responded and found the 17-year-old. officers recovered the gun and no one got hurt. investigators say charges are pending. we're working to learn what
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new at midday the trial date for a mother accused of killing her son and carrying his body in the trunk of her car has been set. tonya slaton is scheduled to have a four-day jury trial in september. she was in court today for an arraignment on the second degree murder charge. 10 on your side's brandi cummings was there and joins us now live from hampton. this morning's hearing was the first time we've seen tonya slaton since we've began covered this story last year. this was also the first time we've heard from the attorney's who will be involved in the trial. slaton made a first appearance inside a hampton circuit court room on charges of second degree murder in the death of her son quincy davis. virginia state police say troopers found quincy's body in the trunk of slaton's car during a traffic stop last june. online court records show his mother - tonya slaton was indicted for her son's murder on february first. the deputy commonwealth's attorney who is prosecuting the case says they pursued the murder charged after a
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she also said the lengthy autopsy report says the cause and manner of death is undetermined. however according to her, it also says the manner of quincy's death was inconsistent with natual causes. but the chief deputy of the hampton public defender's office says that report never says a homicide occurred. " sot - richard johnson, defense attorney - clip 12 6:37:20 everything that ive seen s consistent commonwealth's attorney - clip 11 6:34:02 so obviously there's more to it than meets the eye. 6:34:07 there will be at least three other hearings in the coming days. as of now tonya slaton's murder trial is set for september 26 . live in hampton brandi cummings 10 on your side. getting back to our storm damage. it created problems around the country yesterday. check this out. high winds and heavsn illnois brought down powerlines.
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lines started a car fire just south of chicago. in new york city, high winds could be to play for flipping this tractor trailer. the overturned big rig delayed traffic for more than hour. forecasters said winds in the area were more than 50 miles an hour. the national weather service says damaging 60 miles an hour wind gusts would likely continue today. tsray in that was the sound of heavy rain falling in our nation's capitol. and you can see a firefighter rescue a woman from the high water. erths storms caused flooding in washington, dc. the storm left thousands of people without power and created strong winds and hail. check this out, there was flooding insidegage at several metro stations. cars had to travel through the high water to get out. ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: partly cloudy. mild, but windy.
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w 15-25 mph, gusts up to 45 mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows: upper-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph. after a very, very long wednesday in the weather department, we are trac ( quieter conditions today. i say somewhat because the wind is relentless! we will be tracking sustained winds at 15 25 mph, gusting up to 45 mph at times! luckily, the wind is out of the west, so it shouldn't affect temperatures - highs will be in the upper-50s this afternoon. tonight, expect partly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-30s.
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night, into your friday. we'll close out the week with mostly sunny skies tomorrow. it will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the upper-40s. expect nice, dry conditions this weekend. highs will be in the mid to upper-40s on saturday, then we'll trade highs in the 40s for highs in the upper-50s on sunday! temperatures will be back in the 60s for the first half of next week. believe it or not - no rain in the forecast for the next
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heres a live look at governor terry mcauliffe
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still ahead on midday. we'll head back to waverly for a look as people clean up from the tornado. plus - a coast guard ship capsizes trying to save a fishing ship. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow.
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a coast guard ship is back upwright after trying to rescue fishermen. the fishing boat ran aground this morning in an inlet off new york city. the crew on board the coast guard vessell and the fish boat both made it ashore safely in queens. five coast guard members actually swam to shore in their protective gear. developing news in the recovery of a deadly plane crash over seas. the weather improved today in nepal. it allowed rescue teams to recver the bodies of those killed in
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crash. police said teams found the wreckage of the small plane that had crashed into a mountain. all 23 people on board died. investigators say it happened during bad weather. up next on midday, we're back in waverly. folks are sorting through all the damage from yesterday's i've been a turkey farmer my whole life... and i raise turkey for shady brook farms . we don't use growth-promoting antibiotics, that's just the way things should be done. that's important to me. my name is glenn, and i'm an independent turkey farmer. (female announcer) shady brook farms . no growth-promoting antibiotics,
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back to breaking news in norfolk. police are looking for two suspects who robbed a man and took his car on white chapel road. that's just off tidewater drive. police found the car about a block away on pomeroy avenue. and that's where we find 10 on your side's matt gregory. matt what do you know? police respond to morning robbery incident norfolk, va. - norfolk police responded to reports of a robbery that occurred at approximately 10:00 a.m. thursday morning. the preliminary investigation has revealed that three men were inside a vehicle in the 3500 block of white chapel road. two passengers in the car implied a weapon and robbed the driver of personal items. the driver was uninjured
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was able to run from the scene. the two suspects initially fled from the area in the victim's vehicle. however, responding officers located the unoccupied car a short distance away. the suspects have been described as a hispanic male and an african-american male in their late teens to early twenties. anyone with any information about this incident is encouraged to contact the norfolk crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up. there is no further information this time. now to our team coverage on the deadly tornado waverly. half an hour ago our jason marks told you about the three victims who died there. the family told him 26-year-old devine stringfield, 50-year-old larry turner, and two-year-old ian lewis were killed by the storm.
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kelly is in waverly surveying the damage. cleanup efforts underway in waverly. there is still a lot of debris across the small town of 2300 people-- including right along the main road and the side streets. power crews are also working to restore electricity to structures that are still standing. a state of emergency remains in effect for virginia. governor mcauliffe will tour waverly within the next hour. stay with wavy news 10 and wavy.com for updates all afternoon. hour. stay with wavy news 10 and wavy.com for
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the view from above the damage in waverly gives a greater understanding of the despair. we sent chopper 10 up early this morning to show you what the tornado left behind. 10 on your side's anita blanton is here to guide us through the images captured through our lens. anita? don and katie it's heartbreaking any time we hear of a loss of life. and of course here in waverly we know there were three including a child. but when you take a look at this kind of damage you know there could have easily been more. chopper 10 was there as the sun was starting to laundromat. the walls and ceiling
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visible after all that wind. you see foundation where someone's home used to exist. something we see so often with tornados that's always amazing...here's a neighborhood where one home is destroyed but the house next to it looks to be untouched. and for those whose homes are still in tact look at all the debris they have to clean up. then on to main street where business owners are clearing paths to let people in because of course once the shock wears off everyone has work to do. it's good to know the designation for the strength of the tornado that came through. but whether it's an ef1 or something far greater you can see there's a lot to do to get back to normal. the good thing though is that they're not alone. and we'll be talking about ways that you can help the people there this evening beginning with wavy news 10 at 4. we've just confirmed a representative from the red cross will
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live on the air. katie? 10 on your side was in waverly on main street yesterday as the storm blew through. take a listen to what a shop-owner told our jason marks minutes after the tornado passed. well it was, there's no words to express how bad it was, it was getting dark, the wind was blowing so severly it could have been a tornado, did it touch down here? when i saw the debris fall from the building, i realized we must have been in the midst of a tornado, and as you can see, most of the roof is right here on the ground in the middle of main street. actually it was in the middle of main street and they just pushed it off. you said it came out nowhere? i
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sky get dark and the next thing i know, the wind just started blowing from, just so much that the debris was just coming everywhere. i saw the flags blowing and i realized that i was in the midst of a torndo. what was that like? hear you are, its blowing straight down mainstreet and what was it like? next thing i know, i ran back into the building, the lights on and off, my heart was beating and i wondered if this was the end for me! bryan reid opened his shop just four weeks ago. he says he hopes to repair the damage and re-open soon. let's check in now with meteorologist jeremy
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i'm in the super doppler 10 weather center with him. jeremy you could see the tornado on radar yesterday. this afternoon: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 15-25 mph, gusts up to 45 mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows: upper-30s. winds: w sunny. highs: upper-40s. winds: very, very long wednesday in the weather department, we are tracking (somewhat) quieter conditions today. i say somewhat because the wind is relentless! we will be tracking sustained winds at 15 to
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mph at times! luckily, the wind is out of the west, so it shouldn't affect temperatures - highs will be in the upper-50s this afternoon. tonight, expect partly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-30s. it'll remain windy all night, into your friday. we'll close out the week with mostly sunny skies tomorrow. it will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the upper-40s. expect nice, dry conditions this weekend. highs will be in the mid to upper-40s on saturday, then we'll trade highs in the 40s for highs in the upper-50s on sunday! temperatures will be back in the 60s for the first
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believe it or not - no rain in the forecast for the next 7 days. days. at the height of the storm, dominion virginia power reported more than 27-thousand outages in hampton roads and 80-thousand across the state. crews have been working to get customers' power back on. right now we have about
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gangs are plaguing neighborhoods throughout hampton roads, and police say your kids might be the most vulnerable. 10 on your side investigates the problem and what's being done stop it. we checked in with police in every city across hampton roads. each department tells us they're dealing with a gang problem. in newport news, there are forty-four known gangs and more than one- thousand known members. detectives say kids as young as ten years old are lured into the lifestyle, sometimes through social media. ((sots :20)) chief richard myers/newport news police department wait until high school, for example, that die that
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school is even too late." marhonda echols/newport news gang prevention coordinator ((c1 45:17)) "we can't do this it's ultimately, it's our community." police say more than half of all violent crime can be traced back to a gang. tonight, 10 on your side's joe fisher will tell us what you need to know about gangs. his special report -- "recruiting starts young" airs tonight on wavy news 10 at six o'clock, with coverage beginning at 4. still ahead on midday- caught in the storm. those who were supposed to be covering a possible tornado, became part of the story. plus - stranded in antartica. how an american plane is coming to the rescue. plus - we're on your side
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super doppler 10 forecast whenever there is breaking news or a danger you need to know about, 10 on your side is there. we're there to cover it for you and not be a part of the story. a reporter and photographer at our sister station in south carolina became part of the story yesterday, when the meteorologist told them on air to seek shelter. here's a look at what happened in chapel hill yesterday. wncn reporter steve sbraccia and photographer dan west were out on the road during the severe storms on wednesday - and had
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they were on live tv with pair's progress into the chapel hill, radar indicated a tornado and they sounded the alert. "guys - he needs to take cover.. get out of that carhe's in the heart of it" said bill reh during the live coverage abandoned the car - just as the tornado's winds began dropping tree parts. the it was over, we said our thanks to a kind zambrano family," steve said and -then - it was
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sbraccia reporting. this morning the governor mcaullife spoke with w-r-v-a in richmond about the powerful storms. here what happened when the storm blew through richmond during the governor's dinner. cover with chopper video sound in feeds: gov mcauliffe radio interview 9:07:18 - 9:07:38 when the sirens went off, i was in the governors mansion. everyone had to evacuate. i was taken to a storm bunker then the situation room. the wind was rippling and the wind was rattling. it was just incredible. right now governor mcaullife is touring the most affected areas by the storm. right now he's in appomattox assessing the damage and meeting with
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reponders. later today he'll also see the damage in waverly and tappahannock and meet with crews still working to keep people safe. a u-s aircraft is helping rescue an australian crew stranded at a research station in antartica. it's after an icebreaker ran aground in the antarctic. the plan is for the plane ot move more than 30 people are on board the ice breaker than ran aground. crews will take them from the ship to a nearby research station when the weather gets better. and well. here's another reason to be careful on the roads. a new study found drivers now pay an average of 44 percent more for car insurance after making a single claim of two-thousand dollars or more. insurance-quotes-dot-com found that's up three percentage points more than last
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live in california. the study found the state has the highest post-claim increase, where one claim can lead to an average increase of 89- percent! a woman in peru is healthy today after, get this, doctors removed a 35-pound tumor. here she is. you might think she looks pregnant, but that's a massive tumor that's been growing for the last eight years. a team of doctors removed it yesterday. the prodecure took more than three hours to complete. the 22 year is fron a rual community and she's now recovering. she says she's happy to be able to fulfill her dreams of studying accounting. (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 15-25 mph, gusts up to 45
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winds: w 10-20 mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph. after a very, very long wednesday in the weather department, we are tracking (somewhat) quieter conditions today. i say somewhat because the wind is relentless! we will be tracking sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph, gusting up to 45 mph at times! luckily, the wind is out of the west, so it shouldn't affect temperatures - highs will be in the upper-50s this afternoon. tonight,
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skies with temperatures dropping back into the upper-30s. it'll remain windy all night, into your friday. we'll close out the week with mostly sunny skies tomorrow. it will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the upper-40s. expect nice, dry conditions this weekend. highs will be in the mid to upper-40s on saturday, then we'll trade highs in the 40s for highs in the upper-50s on sunday! temperatures will be back in the 60s for the first half of next week. believe it or not - no rain in the forecast for the next
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up next on midday - we have a 10 on your side recall to tell you about. find out why several
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heads up if you have madacamia nuts in your pantry. new this midday, seven brands of the packaged raw nuts are being recalled because they could be contaminated with salmonella. the recall includes target's exclusive brand market pantry, as well as, western family, shurfine, hyvee, pear's gorumet, cash-wa, and in bulk through nut-pro. stores sold the affected nuts between july and february third. so far there are no reports of anyone getting sick from the nuts. meteorologist jeremy wheeler joins us now to
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