World News Now: Wednesday, May 14, 2014

In this morning's news: dangerous MERS virus on the move; ducklings rescued.
2:13 | 05/14/14

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Transcript for World News Now: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
ABC's world he -- -- little offense -- on John -- and Diana Perez the top stories on this Wednesday may fourteenth. But deadly virus can be on the move after an infected passenger passing several busy airports from Saudi Arabia. A passenger has been diagnosed with -- Middle East respiratory syndrome. So far there are two confirmed cases in the US there's no vaccine is no cure the CDC is warning travelers to look out for anyone with flu like symptoms as officials try to track down. More than 500 passengers an at least twenty states who may be infected. -- crews are battling two major wildfires in Southern California thousands of homes had to be evacuated outside of San Diego and -- the 12100 homes and businesses evacuated Santa Barbara County. Red flag warnings remain in effect more than fifteen million people -- record heat. Fueling those flames not expected to break until later this week. And to kindergartners from upstate New York are recovering from serious injuries -- the bounce house they were playing in suddenly took off. A 25 mile an hour gust of wind sent the house more than two stories into the air with three small children still -- signed -- one child eventually fell onto the street below. Another hit a car a ten year old suffered only scrapes and bruises the house had been -- to that ground. And a big rescue operation playing out in Los Angeles for eight tiny duck legs yet they got stuck on a storm drain in the parking lot of our. LA station KABC the baby ducks apparently fell and after getting separated from mom. A maintenance crew was able to lift them out one by one and reunite them with their mother together they waddle back to the LA river which is only about twenty yards away. A lot. I have seen lots of stories in the news and stepped -- planes that check Kyra is always camera TV camera nearby interest lay dead independent television station willing to put them on the -- Because -- -- and get more news anytime at abcnews.com. I'm John Mullen Canada at a press thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to. -- -- NBC news. It's America's number one source.

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