you count to 1003 and that car is right on top of you. there were people in the car in front of you coming off that highway. what happened to them? >> the -- luckily all the traffic, they were paying attention and got stopped in time and i actually had a gentleman that started directing traffic around the crash. >> dana: that's nice. i was wondering something. what do you recommend people do so other drivers? if you're on the highway and you see an officer who pulled someone over what should other drivers know and do? >> you need to adjust your speed and look for a way to move over. if you can't move over adjust your speed at least 20 miles per hour or less under the speed limit and just be aware of what's going on. what's going on on the left shoulder there might be something going on up ahead or to the right.
next week we have a rapidly deepening low pressure system, this one is one of those we talk about as explosively developing low, about 1003 hectopascals down to about 959 in 24 hours, in other words very strong and through the week it will bring outbreaks of rain, gales and some very windy weather indeed blowing our way as we head into tuesday in particular.— blowing our way as we head into tuesday in particular. that's how the weather _ tuesday in particular. that's how the weather is _ tuesday in particular. that's how the weather is looking. - tuesday in particular. that's how the weather is looking. thank i tuesday in particular. that's how. the weather is looking. thank you, see you later on! 17 minutes past six. let's have a look at some of today's front pages. the guardian reports ministers are being urged to tell people to work from home, rather than wait for data on the omicron variant. the paper says experts from sage have warned of a potentially "very significant wave of infections" that could overwhelm the nhs. the daily mail continues the coverage of six—year—old arthur labinjo—hughes, who died after being tortured by his father and stepmother. the paper quotes prime minister borisjohnson, who has described the case as "appalling" and said
impacting not only louisiana, but alabama and mississippi as well. there you see the eye of the storm. dr. kanter, good luck to you. good luck to everyone in louisiana right now. we'll stay in very close touch. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, wolf. we're continuing to follow the breaking news on hurricane ida. it just made landfall moments ago, a category 4 storm with 1003-mile-an-hour winds. stay with us. our coverage continues right here on "the situation room." i always had a connection to my grandfather... i always wanted to learn more about him. i discovered some very interesting documents on ancestry. this is the uh registration card for the draft
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An ugly situation is developing in a story involving one of the Vikings’ first-round picks from 2020. According to J.D. Miles of CBS 11 Jeff Gladney has turned himself in after being accused of a third-degree felony family violence assault.
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conditioning, cooling towers. they have all been implicated in the past as sources of the legionnaires' disease bacteria. >> legionella bacteria also causes a milder flu-like illness called pontiac fever which affected eight patients but 1003 people acquired the much more serious legionnaires' disease. that makes for a total of 141 people sick from this outbreak. 94 required hospitalization. four have died. neither legionnaires' disease nor pontiac fever are contagious. once you eliminate the source of contamination, it stops spreading pretty stop having cases. the outbreak ends. that's what public health officials believe has not happened in this case paid >> trace: a bit of good news. jonathan serrie, live in atlanta, home of the cdc. thank you. canadian perimeter justin trudeau fighting to stay in power as voters head to the polls. analysts say the race is too close to call.
confirming the ukraine story. the steady march of insider testimony increasing the pace of impeachment on the hill. and his vice president in effect giving turkey everything it wanted in its drive to kill the kurds. with us for more here tonight, our own veteran, jonathan allen, nbc news national political reporter. jonathan, do we pretty much have it right on what this week felt like, what today felt like, what yesterday felt like in the life of this administration? >> i mean the solace of today, brian, is that tomorrow will undoubtedly be more chaotic. throughout this administration, we are on day 1,002. 1,003 will be more hammering to the country in terms of convention as peter baker was writing about. we've seen any number of things that we've never seen before. the white house chief of staff walking out and just tossing out
resort. his own chief of staff confirming the ukraine story. the steady march of insider testimony increasing the pace of impeachment on the hill. and his vice president in effect giving turkey everything it wanted in its drive to kill the kurds. with us for more here tonight, our own veteran, jonathan allen, nbc news national political reporter. jonathan, do we pretty much have it right on what this week felt like, what today felt like, what yesterday felt like in the life of this administration? >> i mean, the solace of today, brian, is that tomorrow will undoubtedly be more chaotic. throughout this administration, we are on day 1,002. day 1,003 will be more hammering to the country in terms of convention, as peter baker was writing about. we've seen any number of things
up 420 points, some good economic news out today, pushing stocks higher. you've got some big names out there hitting all-time highs, like apple, for example. what a way to finish off the week. you never know. still a few hours left in trading. for now, a big rally. >> bill: big meeting with the project on my chinese from you, and fox news confirming moments ago the pentagon will deploy more troops. exact number not clear come around roughly 1,003 that summer to get from our crew at the pentagon. also we can confirm the new deployment will include two f-15 fighter squadrons, patriot missile batteries, and the antimissile defense system. currently about 250 u.s. service members deployed in saudi arabia. watch that story here as it breaks. meanwhile, from the west coast, there's this. >> sandra: 's northern los angeles, an intense situation happening there. fast-growing wind-driven wildfires in the northern los angeles area, forcing evacuation orders, tens of
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the poll found ocasio-cortez had just 22% approval rating. representative omar of minnesota had 9% approval rating among those 1,003 likely general election voters who are whited. and have two years or less of college education. and it also found if all voters hear about is aoc it puts the house majority at risk. she is getting all of the news. and defining everybody else according to one of their democratic sources. capri, i put this to you. this is toxic for your party. >> it is. and i have been saying this all along. when we are defined as socialists, if aoc and the quote, squad is whom is representing us nationally, look, i am a democrat from a county that donald trump won in the state of ohio. part of my district that i represented for a decade. and so this is an issue and i think that, number one, the people we talk about winners and losers in this show vote, the absolute
maybe even referred to their own politics that way. we know that aoc is a protege of bernie sanders. when an anonymous democratic group leaked an internal poll to axios and it showed among swing voters just how weak the support is for these progressive congresswomen. 22% for ocasio-cortez. representative omar of minnesota, 9% approval rating. they talked to 1,003 people. they went on to show that a democrat that labels themselves socialist gives -- other polling shows, gives trump a six-point advantage. it's not good for the democratic party. >> it certainly isn't. paris, the word socialist has been successfully used as an insult in the united states for decades, for generations. that's because it's actually true that socialist principles are incompatible with the founding principles of the country. socialism takes a level of