Lightning strikes inside spewing volcano in Philippines

Police officer chasing suspect hit by a train; dozens diagnosed with unknown stomach sickness at Yosemite.
0:58 | 01/13/20

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Time now for our index and the volcanic tsunami warning overseas. Those lightning strikes inside that spewing volcano south of Manila. Officials in the Philippines hiking the alert level. Warning a more hazardous eruption may come in just hours or days. Thousands of people ordered to evacuate this area. Flights have been suspended. And back here at home, the incredible police body cam images. Incredibly stunning. That Georgia officer hit by a train while search for a burglary suspect. The video rolling the whole time. Officer Andy Anderson rushed to the hospital right after recovering from a number of broken bones but giving the thumb's up tonight telling fellow police he's lucky to be alive. One suspect is still at large tonight. And an investigation underway at yosemite national park after some visitors became ill. Federal health officials are inspecting yosemite's food service areas after about a dozen people came down with gastrointestinal issues. The illness and origin of the outbreak not yet identified. The park reminding visitors and employees of the importance of frequent hand washing.

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