Welcome to the Monday edition of "5 Things to Know for Your New Day."
Every weekday morning around 6, we'll hit the top five stories of the day and clue you in on a few other buzzy items.
This weekend was one of tragedy, and the week ahead will help give us a clearer picture as to why a plane crashed in San Francisco, how a train in Canada lost its brakes and killed at least five people, and the impact a fatal fire has had on an Arizona community.
1. SAN FRANCISCO PLANE CRASH
A tragic turn, then another:
This morning, we learned that one of the 16-year-old girls killed in the Asiana Airlines crash may have been run over by a rescue truck. She was coming to the States from China for a summer camp to improve her English.
We also learned that the pilot had never landed a Boeing 777 at that airport.
2. CANADA TRAIN EXPLOSION
Scrambling to find loved ones:
The engineer had parked the train and gone to a motel to sleep. Somehow, the 73-car train took off. When it derailed, the crude oil it was carrying exploded -- cutting a small Canadian town like a knife.
Five are dead; 40 missing. A woman tearfully told a CNN affiliate that she hasn't heard from any of her friends. Another said she had lost her dog, her home, everything.
3. ZIMMERMAN TRIAL
Nearing the end:
Week two of the trial ended with two moms saying it was their son they heard screaming for help on a recording of a 911 call. Both Trayvon Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, and George Zimmerman's mom, Gladys, told the all-female jury they were positive the voice on the tape was their son calling out.
This week, the defense is expected to call Zimmerman's friends to testify on his behalf as well as some police officers.
4. ARIZONA FIRE
Relief for some:
There were poignant photos yesterday of a procession of 19 white hearses taking the remains of fallen heroes home. One, on Flickr, showed the line of cars as it passed a road sign 19 miles from where the firefighters were killed. As the community grieves, there is a bit of good news this morning. Residents will be able to return to their neighborhoods in Yarnell to start the recovery and rebuilding process.
5. SPITZER'S POLITICAL FUTURE
Back in the ring:
Somewhere Gary Hart is saying, "What the hey?" Eliot Spitzer became the third formerly disgraced former politician to climb back into the political ring this year. We say formerly disgraced because it appears that sexual impropriety is not quite the political resume killer it used to be. OK, Mark Sanford and Anthony Weiner, you guys might want to give the former governor some pointers on what comes next as Spitzer runs for comptroller of New York City.
Those are your five biggies for the day. Here are a couple of others that are brewing and have the Internet buzzing.
-- Bloodshed in Cairo:
The crisis in the Mideast's most populous country seems to be deepening. Witnesses said scores of supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy were killed when soldiers and police opened fire on the crowd this morning. Military officials said they were responding to an armed attack outside the facility where Muslim Brotherhood leaders believe Morsy is being held.
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