16 January 2019

CBS 2 News at 5 p.m. (Jan. 15)

Heavy rain continues to soak the Southland, and the LAUSD teachers' strike marches on.

JEFF: BREAKING NEWS, WE ARE

GEARING UP FOR ROUND TWO. MORE HEAVY RAIN HITTING SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, AND THAT MEANS CONCERNS ABOUT MUDSLIDES AND DEBRIS FLOWS IS GROWING. PAT: AND IT'S WET AND DREARY ALL ACROSS THE SOUTHLAND FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE OCEAN. IT'S RAINING, AND IT IS FAR FROM OVER. IN FACT, WE ARE JUST GETTING STARTED. JEFF: AND WE'RE STILL A COUPLE MORE DAYS OF DANGERS WEATHER AHEAD. -- DANGEROUS WEATHER AHEAD. WE HAVE A TEAM OF REPORTERS COVERING THE STORM. PAT: BUT LET'S BEGIN WITH GARTH KEMP WHO'S TRACKING THE STORM'S TO PATH. GARTH: TODAY'S RAIN NOT AS STRONG AS WHAT WE THOUGHT IT WOULD BE YESTERDAY, BUT THAT'S JUST A PRECURSOR OF WHAT'S TO COME TOMORROW. STILL ANYWHERE BETWEEN THREE-QUARTERS OF AN INCH TO AN INCH AND A QUARTER. A LOT OF THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY,

DOING A LITTLE BIT BETTER NOW. YOU CAN SEE THE FLASH FLOOD WATCHES PERMEATING THE WHOLE ENTIRE AREA INCLUDING DOWNTOWN L.A., OUT TO THE COAST AS WELL. WINTER STORM WARNINGS CONTINUE THROUGH TOMORROW MORNING, THEN SNOW LEVELS START TO GO UP AFTER THAT. NONETHELESS, 6-12 INCHES HAPPENING ABOVE 5,500 FEET, ABOVE THAT 1-2 FEET OF SNOW FOR SOME OF THE LOCAL RESORTS ABOVE THAT. THE YOU CAN SEE BY THE FIRE AREA A LITTLE BETTER, BUT WHERE SOME THE HEAVIEST RAIN FOR OUR FRIENDS IN THE I.E., HEAVY RAIN FALLING JUST UP BY CREST LINE. YOU CAN SEE JUST BELOW THE SNOW LEVELS AS WELL. WE'RE GETTING HEAVY RAIN UP THROUGH THERE AS YOU GET TO THE CAJON PASS. THIS IS THAT FETCH COMING OUT OF THE SOUTH, SOUTHWEST. IRVINE, MODERATE RAIN. JUST NORTH TOWARDS DOWNEY, INGLEWOOD,AL HAM DA, SAN GABRIEL, PRETTY

FALLING OUT THERE. BE CAREFUL ON THE DRIVE EITHER TO WORK ON ALL THE WAY OUT TOWARDS SANTA MONICA IF YOU'RE MAKING YOUR WAY OUT TOWARDS THE AIRPORT, YOU'LL DEFINITELY RUN INTO SOME URBAN FLOOD ADVISORIES. CALL BASS RAHS CONTINUES TO PICK THE RAIN UP AS WELL. THAT'S WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE ON THE SATELLITE. ALL THE INFORMATION INCLUDING YOUR SEVEN-DAY COMING UP IN JUST ABOUT 16 MINUTES FROM NOW. BACK TO YOU GUYS. JEFF: AND RIGHT NOW WE DO HAVE MANDATORY EVACUATIONS IN EFFECT FOR THE WOOLSEY FIRE AREAS, MALIBU LAKE, CORRAL CANYON, PARADISE COVE -- PAT: AND CBS 2'S GREG MILLS IS LIVE IN MALIBU WHERE SOME ARE LEAVING, UH-HUH, GREG? IF REPORTER: SOME ARE LEAVING, SOME ARE STAYING. RAIN REALLY COMING DOWN MUCH MORE THAN ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. WE'VE HAD HEAVY RAIN OFF AND ON SINCE ABOUT 2:00 HERE IN MALIBU.

THIS IS PCH, AS YOU CAN SEE, TRAFFIC MOVING REALLY WELL. THE ROAD IS WET BUT NOT TOO BAD. YOU SEE ALL THE GREEN VEGETATION, IT'S JUST BEYOND THERE WHERE THE EVACUATION ORDERS ARE BECAUSE THEY ARE SO VULNERABLE TO MUD IF SLIDES. MUDSLIDES. WE'RE CAUTIOUS. WE'RE NOT GOING TO RISK OUR LIVES, WE'LL GO. REPORTER: BUT FOR NOW, LISA AND JOHN ARE STAYING POINT. THIS HAS BEEN HOME FOR 31 YEARS. WE GOT A TEXT. REPORTER: FROM THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF MALIBU TELLING THEM THEY ARE UNDER MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDERS. WHERE AM I GOING TO GO? THIS IS MY HOME. I HAVE FOUR DOGS. RED CROSS WON'T TAKE DOGS UNLESS THEY'RE SEEING EYE DOGS. BROKE MY LEG TRYING TO PUT OUT HOT SPOTS. REPORTER: NOW THE CONCERN IS MUDSLIDES BECAUSE OF THAT FIRE,

AND THEY KNOW THE FORECAST. REALLY TORRENTIAL TONIGHT, YEAH. WELL, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? I THINK WE'RE PRETTY SAFE. OUR HILLSIDE, AS YOU CAN SEE, HAS GREENED UP, AND WE'VE GOT A LOT OF OAKS. REPORTER: PARADISE COVE IS UNDER EVACUATION ORDERS AS WELL. BEAVER VALENZUELA HAS LIVED HERE 41 YEARS, AND HE'S NOT GOING. I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE BIG PROBLEM IS HERE. THEY'RE MAKING IT INTO A GODZILLA MOVIE. REPORTER: THE FORECAST FOR HEAVY STORMS DOESN'T BOTHER HIM. HE'S SEEN IT ALL BEFORE. THERE'S BEEN MAJOR STORMS. '82, THE PIER WENT DOWN. THAT WAS HUGE, THAT WAS MASSIVE. WE WERE FINE. REPORTER: EVERYTHING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF PCH FUNNELS DOWN TOWARD PARADISE COVE. I'M NOT GOING ANYWHERE. I WANT TO KEEP MY EYES ON WHAT'S GOING ON. IF I HAVE TO EVACUATE, I'LL

EVACUATE. REPORTER: THE SURFING WAS GREAT AT ZUMA BEACH THIS MORNING. THERE'S JUST A LOT OF ENERGY OUT THERE. THE WATER'S REALLY GROSS, BUT WITH ALL THE ENERGY THERE'S PLENTY OF WAVES, SO NOT THAT MANY PEOPLE WITH ALL THE ROADS BEING CLOSED. REPORTER: THE WATER IS REALLY GROSS, REALLY MUDDY. BUT ALSO VERY, VERY CHOPPY AS YOU SEE THE PACIFIC RIGHT NOW AS YOU LOOK OVER MALIBU COVE, MALIBU COLONY COVE ROAD. ALSO YOU SEE THE RAIN ON THE ROOF THERE, YOU DID, AS WE WERE LOOKING AT THAT STREET. ALL IN ALL, THINGS NOT THAT BAD RIGHT NOW SO FAR AT LEAST. REPORTING LIVE FROM MALIBU, GREG MILLS, CBS 2 NEWS. JEFF: ALL RIGHT, VERY MUCH. WE WANT TO REMIND EVERYBODY THERE ARE EVACUATION CENTERS NOW OPEN IN THE BURN SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL RIGHT INSIDE THE SOUTH GYM ON PICO IN

SANTA MONICA. YOU CAN ALSO GO TO AN EVACUATION CENTER IN AGOURA HILLS, CALABASAS COMMUNITY CENTER. PAT: PEOPLE WHO EVACUATED FOR THE WOOLSEY FIRE IN THESE AREAS ARE BEING TOLD TO GET OUT AGAIN. THE SOUTH COAST OF THE COUNTY NEAR MALIBU ARE BEING EVACUATED. CHRISTY THAT HARD E DOE IS IN BELL CANYON. REPORTER: JEFF AND PAT, WE'VE BEEN GETTING A VERY MODERATE BUT STEADY RAIN FOR THE LAST HOUR OR SO, AND THE HOPE IS THAT THE WATER WILL CONTINUE TO DO WHAT IT'S BEEN GOING UP TO NOW -- DOING UP TO NOW, AND THAT IS DRAINING INTO THIS CREEK BED. THE HILLSIDE UNDERSCORES THE DANGER. YOU'LL NOTICE IT IS VERY STEAM IT IS ALSO VERY DARK. THAT'S BECAUSE IT IS NOW SATURATED, SOAKING WET FROM THE RAINS WE'VE BEEN GETTING. AND IF YOU WALK WITH ME, I WANT TO SHOW YOU. WE CAN'T GO INTO BELL CANYON BECAUSE IT IS A PRIVATE

COMMUNITY, BUT IF WE PUSH IN PAST THAT GUARD GATE, YOU'LL NOTICE THERE ARE HOUSES SITTING ON TOP OF HILLSIDES THAT ARE JUST AS SOAKED. TRUCKLOADS OF SANDBAGS WERE GOING INTO THE GATED COMMUNITY OF BELL CANYON. THE SIGN AT THE GUARD GATE WARNS THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD IS UNDER A MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER. I JUST GRABBED HIM FROM SCHOOL AND GONNA GET HOME AND KIND OF FIGURE OUT WHAT'S GOING ON UP HERE IN THE CANYON. THAT'S WHY JENNA VINCENT IS SENDING PHOTOS OF THE HILL THAT WORRIES HER MOST TO HER BROTHER, AN ENGINEER SPECIALIZING IN WATER. I WAS JUST GETTING HIS, NOT GOING THROUGH THIS BEFORE, WHAT REALLY ALL THIS MEANS. I'VE BEEN WATCHING A LITTLE BIT. I'VE HEARD WE'RE SUPPOSED TO GET A LOT OF RAIN. REPORTER: AND OTHERS IN VENTURA COUNTY ARE ALSO ON GUARD. IN OAK PARK STACKS OF SANDBAGS

LINED SOME DRIVEWAYS, AND WHAT WAS ONCE A 3-FOOT WHITE CREEK BED IS NOW A LAKE OF MUD. SO DEEP YOU CAN'T MAKE OUT WHERE THE TREE TRUNKS BEGIN. AND IN CANYON AFTER CANYON, THE LAST RAIN HAS ALREADY CUT WATER MARKS INTO EXPOSED HILLSIDES AND HOMES THAT SURVIVED THE WOOLSEY FIRE ARE IN DANGER ONCE AGAIN. WE WERE EVACUATED, WHAT, FOR SIX DAYS? WITH THE FIRES. AND OUR HOME ALMOST BURNED DOWN. THE HOME NEXT TO US BURNED DOWN. SO IT'S JUST BEEN QUITE A TRYING TIME. REPORTER: AND THESE LIGHTER SPOTS HERE ON THE HILLSIDE IS WHERE THE EARTH HAS ALREADY STARTED TO SHIFT, AND WE HAVE SEEN SOME SMALL ROCK SLIDES. AND, OF COURSE, IT'S ONLY GOING TO GET WORSE AS THE RAIN CONTINUES. AND WE HAVE SEEN SOME HOMEOWNERS WHO HOMEOWNERS -- TALKED TO SOME, I SHOULD SAY, WHO SAY THEY PLAN TO STAY PUT, BUT OTHERS ARE TAKING

THE THREAT VERY SERIOUSLY, SOME HAVE BEEN LEAVING WITH THEIR HORSES IN TRAILERS. CRISTY FAJARDO, CBS 2 NEWS. JEFF: BETTER THAN WAITING UNTIL YOU HAVE TO LEAVE ON HORSEBACK. CHRISTY, THANK YOU. PAT: CBS 2'S CRYSTAL CRUZ CONTINUES OUR LIVE TEAM COVERAGE. OF CRYSTAL, WHERE ARE YOU? REPORTER: HI, PAT AND JEFF. YEAH, WE WERE ON THE 405 JUST A PASSING THE 118 IN MISSION GRANADA HILLS. IT IS REALLY STARTING TO RAIN OUT HERE AND, SURPRISEINGLY, WE'RE ABOUT 45 MILES PER HOUR. THAT'S SURPRISING FOR TWO REASONS. A, IT'S RAINING AND, B, IT'S RUSH HOUR. YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING WORKING VERY SMOOTHLY ON THE 405 JUST PASSING THE 118. EARLIER WE DID SEE A PILE-UP, A LITTLE BIT OF A CRASH, BUT RIGHT NOW NOT MUCH ACTION AS FAR AS SLOWDOWNS, BRAKES, WHAT I WOULD

EXPECT TO SEE, SO THAT IS NICE. HOPEFULLY, IT CONTINUES. YOU'RE SEEING THE RAIN, IT IS STARTING TO COME DOWN VERY CLOUDY -- OH, HERE IT COMES. LOOKS LIKE WE ARE JUST ABOUT TO COME INTO SOME TRAFFIC. IT IS ABOUT TO GET BUNCHED UP RIGHT HERE. HOPEFULLY, THIS IS JUST RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC AND NO MAJOR ACCIDENTS. BUT IT LOOKS LIKE WE ARE ABOUT TO COME TO A SCREECHING STOP. BACK TO YOU GUYS. PAT: SAFE DRIVING OUT THERE, CRYSTAL. GETTING TO THE LOCAL MOUNTAINS WAS TRICKY, THE MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW MADE THE JOURNEY SLOW GOING FOR EVERYONE, BUT THOSE WHO WANTED TO HIT THE SLOPES, THE TRIP WAS WELL WORTH IT. AT 5:45 WE WILL HAVE A LIVE REPORT FROM BIG BEAR. JEFF: WITH ALL THE RAIN COMING DOWN, THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO DOWNLOAD THE CBS 2 WEATHER APP SO YOU CAN GET UP TO THE MINUTE FORECASTS.

THE APP IS FREE TO DOWNLOAD ON APPLE AND ANDROID DEVICES. PAT: AND THERE'S MORE INFORMATION AT CBSLA.COM/WEATHER. ON-DEMAND WEATHER BRIEFS, UPDATED VIDEOS FROM OUR FORECASTERS, AND OUR COMPREHENSIVE PAGE HAS ANIMATED RAY DARKS VIDEOS AND A LOT MORE. JEFF: TO A DIFFERENT KIND OF BREAKING NEWS IN GLENDORA, CITRUS COLLEGE IS STILL ON LOCKDOWN AFTER RECEIVING A THREAT OVER THE PHONE. PAT: CBS 2'S RANDY PAGE IS LIVE AT THE CAMPUS WITH AN UPDATE, AND THERE IS ONE. RANDY? REPORTER: THAT'S RIGHT, I HAVE TO TELL YOU PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF THE STUDENTS INSIDE THE COLLEGE, IT'S BEEN A VERY LONG DAY. STILL WAITING FOR ANY WORD AS TO WHEN THEY'LL BE ALLOWED OUT OF THEIR CLASSROOMS AND BACK INTO THEIR LOVED ONES' ARMS WAITING SINCE BEFORE NOON TODAY. WE CAN TELL YOU THERE WAS A

MAJOR ADOPT JUST A LITTLE OVER AN HOUR AGO. HERE'S THE VIEW FROM OUR NEWS HELICOPTER, SKY2, WHEN THERE WAS CLEARLY A SUSPECT TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. YOU CAN TELL BY THE DEMEANOR OF THE OFFICERS THIS WAS A VERY SERIOUS SUSPECT, AND IT WASN'T JUST SOMEONE THEY WERE DETAINING. BY THEIR DEMEANOR, YOU CAN SEE THAT. THEY TOOK HIM INTO CUSTODY WITHOUT ANY INCIDENT, AND THEN WE ALSO NOTICED A LARGE NUMBER OF UNMARKED AND MARKED POLICE CARS FROM A NUMBER OF POLICE AGENCIES IN THE AREA ALL ROLLING LIGHTS AND SIRENS CLOSE TO WHERE THAT ARREST WAS MADE. THAT WAS A VERY IMPORTANT EVENT TODAY, BUT WE'RE STILL NOT GETTING ANY SPECIFIC WORD AS TO WHAT CAUSED THIS OTHER THAN A PHONE CALL, A THREAT THAT BROUGHT ALL OF THESE RESOURCES INCLUDING BOMB SQUAD AND S.W.A.T. TEAM TO THE CAMPUS. WE HAVE BEEN GETTING

INFORMATION, THOUGH, FROM PARENTS OF STUDENTS INSIDE WHO ARE COMMUNICATING WITH THEIR CHILDREN THROUGH TEXT MESSAGES. HERE'S WHAT A COUPLE OF THE MOMS HERE TOLD US EARLIER TODAY. THEY'RE ALL SITTING DOWN ON THE FLOOR, AND THE TEACHERS SAY THEY CAN'T LEAVE UNTIL SOMEBODY GETS THEM OUT. SHE'S OKAY, SHE'S JUST NERVOUS. IT'S JUST INSANE, AND THE ROBOT'S BEEN GOING -- IT'S IN THERE. REPORTER: SO THE ROBOT IS ON CAMPUS LOOKING FOR EXPLOSIVES? YES. YEAH, BUT SHE'S SAFE. SHE'S UNDER A TABLE. [LAUGHTER] SO FAR THEY'VE BEEN, THEY'VE BEEN SAFE. REPORTER: IS IT KIND OF SCARY FOR YOU? YES. YES, IT IS. JUST FREAKING OUT. REPORTER: NOW, IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY, YOU CAN SEE WHAT THE

STUDENTS HAVE WRITTEN ON THAT WHITE BOARD. THEY'RE HUNGRY. THAT WAS ABOUT AN HOUR AND A HALF AGO, AND YOU CAN BET THEY STILL ARE. STILL WAITING FOR THEM TO COME OUTSIDE. THIS IS A CAMPUS WHICH SHARES RIGHT NEXT TO IT, AZUSA COLLEGE IS RIGHT NEXT TO IT. THE AZUSA STUDENTS WERE ALLOWED TO LEAVE, BUT CITRUS COLLEGE IS STILL UNDER LOCKDOWN. WE'RE REALLY STILL WAITING FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM GLENDORA POLICE. A PARENT HERE SAID THAT SHE WAS COMMUNICATING WITH HER SON WHO SAID THAT THEY WERE TOLD THAT THEY WOULD BE ALLOWED OUT OF THEIR CLASSROOM AFTER SIX MORE BUILDINGS WERE SEARCHED. SO WE BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE SEARCHING THIS CAMPUS BUILDING BY BUILDING. APPARENTLY, ONE PERSON IS IN CUSTODY. AS TO THE SPECIFICS OF WHAT BROUGHT THEM HERE, WE'RE STILL

WAITING FOR THAT INFORMATION. LET'S GO BACK TO YOU. PAT: YEAH, THANKS, RANDY. ASHAME THOSE CAMPUSES ARE OPEN AND STUDENTS CAN'T GO TO SCHOOL, BUT THE L.A. UNIFIED TEACHERS DID NOT BACK DOWN, AND SO FAR IT LOOKS LIKE THERE ARE NO NEW NEGOTIATIONS SET BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE DISTRICT. JEFF: DAVE LOPEZ IS LIVE IN DOWNTOWN L.A. WHERE DISTRICT OFFICIALS HELD A NEWS CONFERENCE. DAVE? WELL, THEY HELD A NEWS CONFERENCE TO GIVE SOME FIGURES ON WHO DIDN'T GO TO SCHOOL. THEY'RE ALSO SAYING THEY'RE WILLING TO TALK, BUT THE UNION SAYS UNLESS YOU HAVE A DIFFERENT OFFER, DON'T BOTHER. THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS GET A FEE PER STUDENT. YESTERDAY THEY LOST ANYWHERE FROM $17-$22 MILLION BECAUSE OF THE LACK OF ATTENDANCE. TODAY ATTENDANCE WAS, WELL, ACCORDING TO THE L.A. UNIFIED 15,000 MORE STUDENTS WENT.

IF YOU HOOK AT THE UNION SIDE OF IT, THEY WILL TELL YOU THAT MORE THAN 400,000 STUDENTS DIDN'T GO TO SCHOOL. DAY TWO OF THE TEACHERS' STRIKE, AND THE EFFECTS. IF NOT FOR THE STRIKE, THIS IS WHERE MS. WILBEE WOULD BE TEACHING HER SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS ENGLISH. THIS WOULD NORMALLY BE THE SEVENTH/EIGHTH GRADE ART CLASS, MRS. WANG'S CLASS. EVERY SEAT WOULD BE FILLED, I AM TOLD, AND THE STUDENTS WOULD BE BUSY DOING THEIR ART PROJECTS. ANYBODY ELSE WANT TO SHARE? REPORTER: THE STUDENTS WHO SHOWED UP AT VISTA -- ABOUT HALF OF THE 1200 ENROLLMENT, I AM TOLD -- WERE EITHER IN A LECTURE ROOM OR INSIDE THE GYM, TAKING TURNS PLAYING SOCCER. WE SAW SOME MATH VIDEOS. THEY ALSO TAUGHT US ABOUT ENGLISH, BUT IT WASN'T KIND OF THE SAME BECAUSE OUR TEACHERS WEREN'T HERE. REPORTER: THERE ARE 60 FULL-TIME FACULTY MEMBERS AT THE SCHOOL,

ALL ON STRIKE. EVERY CLASSROOM IS EMPTY. HAVE ANY PARENTS CALLED YOU AND SAID, LOOK, WHY SHOULD I SEND MY CHILD TO SCHOOL TODAY? SURE, WE'VE HAD CALLS THAT SAY, YOU KNOW, IS IT NECESSARY? REPORTER: BUT THE DISTRICT KEEPS INSISTING IT IS SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL, THAT THEY WILL LEARN AND BE SAFE. IT WILL BE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. YES, IT WILL BE DIFFERENT. NOT NORMAL. REPORTER: THE EMPTINESS IS FELT ON EVERY LEVEL. THE STRIKE IS CLEARLY HAVING A BUG IMPACT, ASK AND OUR STUDENTS ARE BEST SERVED WITH A TEACHER IN EVERY CLASSROOM. REPORTER: SUPERINTENDENT AUSTIN BEUTNER SAYS THE MONEY SIMPLY ISN'T THERE, AND THE STRIKING TEACHERS SAY IT'S NOT TRUE, AND CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE, PARENTS AND STUDENTS. PLEASE, FOCUS THAT IT'S OUR CHILDREN THAT ARE BEING

AFFECTED. IT'S SAD TO SEND MY DAUGHTER TO SCHOOL AND FOR HER TO TELL METATHEY'RE JUST WATCHING MOVIES ALL DAY. I THINK IT'S A WASTE OF TIME. THEY SHOULD BOTH SETTLE DOWN AND COME WITH AN AGREEMENT. REPORTER: BUT SO FAR NO AGREEMENT IN SIGHT, NO TALKS IN SIGHT ALTHOUGH I'VE BEEN TOLD THAT BOTH THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE AND THE MAYOR'S OFFICE ARE WORKING BEHIND THE SCENES TO TRY TO AT LEAST GET THE TALKS STARTED AGAIN. AS FOR NOW, DAY THREE OF THE STRIKE, TOMORROW RAIN OR SHINE. REPORTING LIVE FROM DOWNTOWN, I'M DAVE LOPEZ. PAT: THE FINAL CURTAIN FALLS ON BROADWAY LEGEND CAROL CHANNING. ♪ ♪ DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND ♪ PAT: WE WILL TAKE A LOOK BACK AT HER EXTRAORDINARY CAREER IN SHOW BUSINESS. JEFF: HEY, NETFLIX IS RAISING YOUR RATES.

HOW MUCH IS IT GOING TO COST YOU NOW TO SCREEN AND CHILL? PAT: AND A CARBON MONOXIDE SCARE SENDS EIGHT PEOPLE, INCLUDING TWO CHILDREN, TO THE HOSPITAL. GARTH: HEY, EVERYBODY, COMING UP