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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula
Tuesday
 July 9,2013
Vol XII,Edition 279
EASTERN SPAN
LOCAL PAGE 5
 
COLON,A’SWINAGAIN
SPORTSPAGE 11
HELPINGSENIORS TOSTAYINTHEIR HOMES
HEALTH PAGE 17
BAY BRIDGE OPENING DELAYED UNTIL AT LEASTDECEMBER
By Bill Silverfarb
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
One person died in the six-alarmblaze that destroyed a Redwood Cityapartment building and left nearly 100people without a home, according topolice.“There is nothing to indicate it wasan arson,” police Lt. Sean Hart told theDaily Journal. The cause of the fire isstill being investigated, he said.The building did not have sprinklersbut an internal fire hose that firefight-ers did not use, Hart said.The dead person is believed to be athird-floor resident who was initiallyunaccounted for after the building onthe 500 block of Woodside Road wasevacuated early Sunday morning. Thevictim’s name will be released afterfamily is notified.The 2 a.m. fire left about 100 peoplehomeless, many currently in the careof the Red Cross at an emergency shel-ter set up at the National Guard Armoryacross from Red Morton Park.Almost 40 hours after the fire wasfirst reported, fire crews were still inthe building knocking out windowsand attending to hot spots as policediverted traffic away from the area.Redwood City police, fire and offi-cials with the Bureau of Alcohol,Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives areinvestigating the fire that has left the72-unit Hallmark House Apartmentsuninhabitable, Hart said.Today, some first- and second-floorresidents will be able to access thebuilding briefly to get their belong-ings, Hart said.Third-floor residents, however, like-
One dead in six-alarm apartment blaze
By Lisa Leff and Paul Elias
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SAN FRANCISCO — Amid the mar-vel of nearly all aboard Asiana Flight214 surviving a crash landing, author-ities here are investigating anunspeakable tragedy that may haveunfolded during the frantic rescue —whether a teenage girl made it out of the plane only to be run over by a res-cue vehicle.Federal and local officials onMonday addressed the possibility thatthe Chinese girl, who along with aclassmate comprised the crash’s twofatalities, might have been killed acci-dentally on the runway as the first fire-fighters raced to the scene of a wrecked,smoking airliner.“One of our fire apparatus may have
Authorities investigating whethergirl was killed by rescue vehicle
BILL SILVERFARB/DAILY JOURNAL
Jacqueline Smith had to be rescued from her third-floorapartment as flames engulfed the complex she lived in onWoodside Road in Redwood City.
REUTERS
Asiana Airlines flight attendant Kim Ji-yeon,left,stands neara runway with rescued passengers after flight 214 crash landedat San Francisco International Airport July 6 in this handoutphoto provided by passenger Eugene Anthony Rah.
SFO rescue’s awful question
Called into action
San Mateo County first responders’training kicked in after SFO crash
By Sally Schilling
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
Just minutes after hearing that an air-plane had crash-landed and burst intoflames at San Francisco InternationalAirport Saturday, hundreds of San MateoCounty fire and emergency medical respon-ders were called into action.The county’s fire mutual aid leaders imme-diately initiated a first-alarm response,which is the typical response to an emer-gency at SFO. After gauging the magnitudeof the disaster, the county fire departmentsthen activated a three-alarm response. RonMyers, fire chief for the North County FireAuthority and Fire Mutual Aid coordinator,couldn’t remember the last time there was a
REUTERS
San Francisco International Airport first responder Lt.Dave Monteverdi recounts hisexperience of responding to Asiana flight 214,during a news conference at SFO.
By Sally Schilling
DAILY JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT
When a Boeing 777 crash-landed atthe San Francisco InternationalAirport late Saturday morning, travel-ers grappled with what to do whilebeing stranded for an undeterminedlength of time. Hundreds of these dis-placed passengers were members of themilitary traveling with their families.The USO center at the San FranciscoInternational Airport — an affiliate of the national nonprofit that serves mil-itary families — typically servesabout 75 visitors per day. On the dayof the crash, the center — which pro-
Volunteers step up after crash
SALLY SCHILLING/DAILY JOURNAL
USO volunteers Mercedes Riofrio and Yolanda Bonilla help military members getcomfortable at the center in the San Francisco International Airport.
USO center lends a hand tostranded military members
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Deputies:Vandalism suspectwore Spider-Man undies
CINCINNATI — Authorities inCincinnati have arrested a man whothey say was vandalizing a high schoolwhile wearing only Spider-Man under-wear.The Cincinnati Enquirer reports thatit happened early Sunday when a sus-pect used rocks to break several win-dows at Moeller High School, crawledin one of the windows and sprayed fireextinguishers around the building.Hamilton County sheriff’s deputiessay 23-year-old Thomas Williams waswearing Spider-Man underwear when hewas arrested. The 6-foot-5, 295-poundKenwood man was charged with felonyvandalism and breaking and entering.Police reports gave no explanationfor Williams’attire.Williams was still in jail Mondaymorning. Online records didn’t indicateif he had an attorney.
Four wallabies recapturedafter walkabout at Iowa zoo
DES MOINES, Iowa — Four red-necked wallabies made a break for free-dom after a gate was left open on theAustralia exhibit at a Des Moines zoo.Officials at Blank Park Zoo say themale wallabies, also known asboomers, didn’t get very far duringtheir Sunday night walkabout. Three of the kangaroo-like mammals were cap-tured within hours and the fourth waspicked up Monday morning.Several workers were needed to sur-round and catch the marsupials whosestrong hind legs can catapult themgreat distances at high speeds. Theynever left the grounds of the zoo.Azoo spokesman says none of thewallabies were hurt during their adven-ture.
Car drives several mileswith dog trapped by axle
DANIABEACH, Fla. — South Floridafirefighters came to the rescue of a dogthat traveled 5 miles while trappedunder the hood of a car.The Broward Sheriff’s Office says fire-fighters were called Thursday afternoonto Dania Beach to free the dog. The ani-mal had been trapped between the car’saxle and steering mechanism.Asheriff’s office spokesman says thedog suffered no injuries, even though ithad been driven roughly 5 miles fromHallandale Beach.It wasn’t immediately clear how thedog became trapped.
Similar shell malfunctionat two fireworks shows
SANTAANA— Afireworks companybehind the Southern California showthat sprayed the crowd and injured morethan three dozen people says it appearsto have had a similar shell malfunctionat another event.Bay Fireworks chief executiveDennis Brady Jr. says the problem inLaguna Hills, Calif., however, did nottrigger the chain reaction that sentshells flying toward the crowd at a SimiValley park on July 4.Brady says both incidents appear tohave been caused by a shell malfunc-tion but the Bethpage, N.Y.-based com-pany is still waiting for official find-ings to be released.Laguna Hills City Manager BruceChanning says the city’s show wasshut down almost as soon as it startedby a fire marshal because one of themortars exploded at or near the ground,damaging some of the wiring to the restof the fireworks that had yet to go off.The city is seeking a refund.
FOR THE RECORD2
Tuesday
 July 9,2013
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FootballHall-of-Famer O.J.Simpson is 66.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
1943
During World War II, the Allieslaunched Operation Husky, their inva-sion of Sicily, with nighttime land-ings of American and British troops; afull-scale incursion by sea began inthe small hours of July 10.
“Invest in the human soul.Whoknows,it might be a diamond in the rough.” 
— Mary McLeod Bethune,American reformer (1875-1955)
Actor RichardRoundtree is 71.Actor Tom Hanksis 57.
Birthdays
REUTERS
A bull chasing revellers jumps into the sea during the ‘Bous a la Mar’festival in the eastern Spanish coastal town of Denia.
Tuesday
: Mostly cloudy in the morningthen becoming partly cloudy. Patchy fogin the morning. Highs in the mid 60s.Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday night:
Partly cloudy in theevening then becoming mostly cloudy.Patchy fog after midnight. Lows in thelower 50s. West winds 5 to 10 mph.
Wednesday:
Mostly cloudy in the morning then becom-ing partly cloudy. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs in themid 60s. West winds around 5 mph.
Wednesday night
: Mostly cloudy. Patchy fog after mid-night. Lows in the lower 50s. West winds 5 to 10 mph.
Thursday
: Cloudy in the morning then becoming partlycloudy. Patchy fog. Highs in the mid 60s.
Thursday night through Sunday:
Mostly cloudy.
Local Weather Forecast
(Answers tomorrow)HELIX SCOUTMIGHTYAZALEAYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:The soccer match in Bangkok was —A“THAI”GAMENow arrange the circled lettersto form the surprise answer, assuggested by the above cartoon.
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Unscramble these four Jumbles,one letter to each square,to form four ordinary words.
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©2013 Tribune Media Services, Inc.All Rights Reserved.
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In 1540
, England’s King Henry VIII had his 6-month-oldmarriage to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, annulled.
In 1776
, the Declaration of Independence was read aloud toGen. George Washington’s troops in New York.
In 1816
, Argentina declared independence from Spain.
In 1850, 
the 12th president of the United States, ZacharyTaylor, died after serving only 16 months of his term. (Hewas succeeded by Millard Fillmore.)
In 1896, 
William Jennings Bryan delivered his famous“cross of gold” speech at the Democratic national conven-tion in Chicago.
In 1918
, 101 people were killed in a train collision inNashville, Tenn. The Distinguished Service Cross wasestablished by an Act of Congress.
In 1938, 
Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo died inPort Chester, N.Y., at age 68.
In 1953, 
the MGM movie musical “The Band Wagon,”starring Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse, had its world pre-miere at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
In 1962
, pop artist Andy Warhol’s exhibit of 32 paintingsof Campbell’s soup cans opened at the Ferus Gallery in LosAngeles.
In 1974, 
former U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren died inWashington, D.C., at age 83.
In 1986, 
the Attorney General’s Commission onPornography released the final draft of its report, whichlinked hard-core porn to sex crimes.
In 1992
, Democrat Bill Clinton tapped Tennessee Sen. AlGore to be his running mate. Former CBS News commenta-tor Eric Sevareid died in Washington at age 79.Actor-singer Ed Ames is 86. Former Defense SecretaryDonald H. Rumsfeld is 81. Neurologist and author OliverSacks is 80. Actor James Hampton is 77. Actor BrianDennehy is 75. Author Dean Koontz is 68. Actor ChrisCooper is 62. TVpersonality John Tesh is 61. Country singerDavid Ball is 60. Rhythm-and-blues singer Debbie Sledge(Sister Sledge) is 59. Actor Jimmy Smits is 58. Actress LisaBanes is 58. Singer Marc Almond is 56. Actress KellyMcGillis is 56. Rock singer Jim Kerr (Simple Minds) is 54.Actress-rock singer Courtney Love is 49. Rock musicianFrank Bello (Anthrax) is 48. Actor David O’Hara is 48.
In other news ...Lotto
 The Daily Derby race winners are Eureka,No.7,in first place;Solid Gold,No.10,in second palce;and Gold Rush,No.1,in third place.The race timewas clocked at 1:47.07.
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Tuesday
 July 9,2013
 THEDAILYJOURNAL
LOCAL
SAN MATEO
Disturbance
. Aman attempted to fightanother person at a liquor store on the 2200block of El Camino Real before 9:23 p.m.Saturday, July 6.
Theft
. Avehicle’s license plate was stolenon the 200 block of Laurie Meadows Drivebefore 1:55 p.m. Saturday, July 6.
Fraud
. Aperson’s identity was fraudulentlyused on the 200 block of 36th Avenue before1:19 p.m. Saturday, July 6.
Disturbance
. Aman attempted to break thewindshield of a woman’s car on the firstblock of North B Street before 1:41 a.m.Saturday, July 6.
Grand theft
. Avehicle was stolen on the300 block of South Ellsworth Avenue before9:51 p.m. Friday, July 5.
Shoplifting
. Aperson was caughtshoplifting at the Hillsdale ShoppingCenter before 8:46 p.m. Friday, July 5.
Grand theft
. Avehicle was stolen on EastFourth Avenue before 7:11 p.m. Friday, July5.
Shoplifting.
Aperson was caughtshoplifting and having a warrant on the1700 block of South Delaware Street before3:26 p.m. Friday, July 5.
Theft
. Apair of boots were stolen on the600 block of Laurel Avenue before 9:29a.m. Friday, July 5.
UNINCORPORATEDSAN MATEO COUNTY 
Minor with alcohol
. An 18-year-old manwas cited for possession of alcohol on the1100 block of Le Conte Avenue in Montarabefore 10:06 p.m. Monday, July 1.
Petty theft.
Abike was stolen from anunsecured lock on Poplar Beach before 8a.m. Wednesday, June 26.
Arrests
. Two juveniles were arrested forbeing in possession of a controlled sub-stance on Princeton Avenue before 2:14a.m. Sunday, June 23.
Arrests
. Aman was taken to the ER after heand two other men were arrested for being inpossession and under the influence of LSD atGray Whale Cove before 6:45 p.m.Saturday, June 22.
MILLBRAE
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for assault onthe 400 block of Richmond Drive before6:42 a.m. Thursday, July 4.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for public intox-ication on the 400 block of El Camino Realbefore 9:20 a.m. Tuesday, July 2.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for driving underthe influence on Corte Dorado and HillcrestBoulevard before 2:15 a.m. Sunday, June30.
Burglary
. Avehicle was burglarized on ElCamino Real before 1:09 a.m. Sunday, June30.
Public intoxication
. Aperson wasdetained for being drunk in public on Lindenand Serra avenues before 4:32 p.m.Saturday, June 29.
Arrest
. Aman was arrested for being inpossession of a controlled substance on the400 block of Lincoln Circle before 10:25p.m. Friday, June 28.
Police reports
The bark is worse than their bite
Aperson received a threatening note ontheir door concerning their dog barkingon the 1500 block of BurlingameAvenue in Burlingame before 8:42 a.m.Wednesday, July 3.
By Michelle Durand
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
San Mateo County is hosting five siteswhere residents can participate in a historic20-year cancer prevention study looking athow factors like race, behavior and the envi-ronment can cause or prevent the deadly dis-ease.Study participants can enroll at one of fivelocations between July 22 and Aug. 5. Thecommitment is an initial comprehensivesurvey and 20- to 30-minute appointment atwhich blood and waist circumference meas-ures are taken followed by 45 minutes everyother year to update the research team onhealth and habits, according to theAmerican Cancer Society.The study seeks to enroll 300,000 menand women between the ages of 30 and 65who have never been diagnosed with cancerand come from a variety of racial ethnicbackgrounds across the United States. Thegoal is enrolling at least 25 percent minori-ty individuals. In 2013, the society projectsmore than 1.6 million people nationallywill be diagnosed with cancer and San MateoCounty is not immune — more than 3,545of those individuals are local.As a result, study organizers selected asenrollment sites the Palo Alto MedicalFoundation Mills-Peninsula Division,Stanford Hospital and Clinics, PeninsulaChinese Alliance Church, Sobrato Centerfor Nonprofits and the Martin Luther KingJr. Community Center.There are no other studies of this size andfocused on race and ethnicity currentlyunderway in the United States, according tothe American Cancer Society’sEpidemiology Research Program.The study’s longevity is also a key factor,allowing researchers to track young adultswho tend to be more transient and individu-als over 65 who would otherwise have torecall past behavior and lifestyle informa-tion which can challenge accuracy.County officials hope to help drum up sup-port.On Tuesday, Board of SupervisorsPresident Don Horsley will introduce a reso-lution proclaiming July 20123 as CancerPrevention Month in San Mateo County andencouraging residents to take part in thestudy.
Enrollment will happen atthe following times and places:
• Palo Alto Medical FoundationBurlingame Center, Second Floor ClinicArea, 1501 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame; 11a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 24 and 2p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8.• Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center,Second Floor Conference Room, 450Broadway, Redwood City; 9 a.m. to 12:30p.m. Saturday, July 27.• Martin Luther King Jr. CommunityCenter, Social Hall A, 725 Monte DiabloAve., San Mateo; 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Tuesday, July 30.• Sobrato Center for Nonprofits, BayRooms Aand B, 330 Twin Dolphin Drive,Redwood City; 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 11am. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 31.• Peninsula Chinese Alliance Church,Second Floor Recreation Room, 256 N. ElCamino Real, San Mateo; 9 a.m. to 12:30p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3 and 9 a.m. to 12:30p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30.For more information on the study or tomake an enrollment appointment seewww.cancer.org/cps3 or call (888) 604-5888.
michelle@smdailyjournal.com(650) 344-5200 ext. 102
County to host cancer study sites
 
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