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duty one week ago today. officer randolph holder will be laid to rest tomorrow with a public farewell today. >> and we'll see another day of average fall temperatures today, i the rain from the storm that wreaked havoc in mexico is now heading this way. >> and the raindrops have started to fall in kansas city just before the mets take the field tonight in game 1 of the world series. we're live in kansas city with a preview. good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> thank you for joining us, i'm ken rosato. it is tuesday october 27th. one day closer to friday we are, you are never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> we're going to be looking at a nice morning to start your day. the temperature here at 6 a.m., 46 degrees. we've got a little light wind out of the northeast this morning. we're going to be seeing a lot of sunshine for the start of the day and some cool numbers up to the north. 30 in kingston, 32 newburgh
over towards sullivan county below freezing. white plains, rocklin county, 39. west orange 40. by the time we get to lunchtime, we're looking at 56. 59 later on today, which is right at 60 which is our normal high temperature this time of the year. we'll talk about the world series weather. we've got halloween, we've got a little marathon going on. all that to talk about, and traffic's going to play a big part in that too. >> absolutely. and mass transit should play a big part in your life if you're going to be traveling around the area this weekend. here we are with the george washington bridge. you don't want to travel on the upper level. that's because we have an accident on the cross bronx expressway eastbound right on the alexander bridge. as far as mass transit goes i can tell you everything is running on or close to schedule. this includes our subways. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. the big moment is almost here, game 1 of the world
series is tonight in kansas city. >> and the mets and their fans are ready. the first pitch is scheduled for 8:00 tonight, and eyewitness news reporter rob nelson traveled to kansas city for the big game. he's joining us live. >> reporter: good morning guys, and greetings from a kind of rainy kansas city early on this morning. we are just a mere 14 hours away from the game, but who's counting. no matter what just like back at home the excitement is beginning to build. the big day is finally here. take a look at some video. this is from yesterday here. the mets are back in the fall classic for the first time in 15 years and could once again win it all for the first time since 86. yesterday the blue and orange once again hit the field in kc for some workout time. 7:00 my time, 8:00 yours. yesterday was also media day here which gives players chance to interact with reporters from around the world.
they even posted a few selfies from the day. it's all smiles of course in those pictures. you can tell the guys were really enjoying and savoring this moment. they also know come tonight there is plenty of work to do and of course a championship to bring home to new york city. >> we still realize that it's a baseball game and for me this is another start. obviously it's a start on a different level but, you know, it's still baseball. >> you know what, it's the world series and the new york mets have made it to the world series. that's not our end game. we're going to do everything we can to win this. >> yes indeed. now like i mentioned at the top of the hit here, obviously a little bit of rain here. it is supposed to rain all day here in kansas city. fingers cross that had will not impact the game in terms of any kind of delay. we're watching the forecast here pretty closely. it is going to be a messy day for all of you new yorkers who
is why i chose to wear the channel 7 blue weather jacket. today this is not a channel 7 blue jacket. it is a met's blue jacket. just saying. reporting live here in kansas city, rob nelson, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> glad you clarified rob, thank you sir. we invite you to stay with us all week long for coverage of the world series. we have a team of reporters in kansas city covering every angle of the excitement and the games. we will bring you updates on air and online as well as through our social media pages. and it will be an emotional farewell today for the family and loved ones of nypd officer randolph holder killed in the line of duty. the 33-year-old officer was killed exactly one week ago after reports of shotting being fire department -- shots being fired in east harlem. dray clark is live at the church in jamaica queens. >> reporter: good morning lori. today those long and difficult good-byes begin.
we're expecting thousands of people will come here to attend the wake for officer randolph holder here at greater allen a.m.e cathedral. last night all across the city more than 50 of the nypd police precincts there was a vigil held. they stood for 37 minutes, 37 because officer holder was 33 years old and the fourth member of the nypd killed in the line of duty this past year. a weaning a officer hold -- a week ago officer holder was shot and killed while pursuing a suspect in east harlem. his killer was arrested shortly after the shooting. >> those are angels. they go out. they put their lives on the line for strangers not knowing if they're going to return home. they still come out daily and do this, and if we have to appreciate them and support them. >> when the cops are out of
uniform, they're the same people as us, you know, we should respect one another. >> reporter: tyrone howard, the man accused of taking officer holder's life could make a court appearance sometime later on today when he will face that murder indictment. meanwhile, we are expecting thousands of people to be here at greater allen a.m.e cathedral. among those who will be here mayor de blasio as well as police commissioner bratton. we should also note the holder family met privately with governor cuomo last night. we're live in jamaica queens this morning, dray clark channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. and again, the viewing for officer holder will be held today at the greater allen a.m.e cathedral. his funeral will be tomorrow afternoon at 3. reverend al the holder family to speak. this morning, a 1st grader
wants a vote tomorrow to have it passed before paul ryan takes over as speaker. boehner encountered resistance. the race for president democratic presidential front runner may get a somewhat surprising endorsement. mayor bill de blasio will endorse clinton by december. the mayor was criticized initially for refusing to endorse clinton saying he needed to hear more detailed policies even though he managed clinton's 2000 senate campaign. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans with your accuweather forecast. >> we take a look to our south and we're looking from our camera in astoria towards roosevelt island. see the traffic kind of flowing slowly there. we've got clear skies and gorgeous weather. it's cool, grab a jacket. here's how it looks from our cameras.
this hour, we're looking at a few clouds. the clouds sheared off from all of this rain from what is left over from hurricane patricia. that will be sliding away from kansas city missouri. the baseball game will be fine for this evening. for us we've got a good day before that rain gets here tomorrow. noontime temperature 53. 59 degrees this afternoon right at 60 which is our normal high, and the berries of huckle will be at your bus stop today. it's a little breezy. it's a little chilly. watch out for the one in green, el grubo. >> it's her welsh name. it's chilly. grab a jacket or sweater. >> just so you know you have green your in your hat too. >> i do. >> talking about yourself. >> let's go to the george washington bridge and talk about what's going on there. you can see it is bumper-to- bumper, especially across that upper level moving left to right going into the city.
we'll head to our maps and once again you're bumper-to-bumper. you're jammed across the span going inbound. this is because of an accident on the cross bronx expressway. it's eastbound. the accident is blocking the center lane. we also have the manhattan bridge, manhattan bound lower level. that's a disabled vehicle. mass transit times, long island railroad, new jersey transit doing fine. metro north just have the track work on the new haven branch. subways doing okay. and we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, new video police want you to see in an effort to track down a group of suspects posed as police officers and forcing their way into victims' homes. >> we're following the latest developments after a devastating earthquake struck
6:13, and new this morning, video just released by the nypd showing three men wanted for passing themselves off as police officers. the group allegedly tricked their way into several bronx apartments back on october 9th at 3:30 in the morning. they handcuffed the tenants and then took their cell phones. one of the crooks wore a police shield around his neck. if you can identify any of the men please call police.
this morning the death toll in the powerful earthquake that hit afghanistan has passed the 300 park. more than 230 of the dead are in pakistan. resecures having trouble reaching some remote regions. helicopters have brought in supplies to help affected families as well as rescue workers. more than 2,000 people were injured. 6:14. time to get a check on your accuweather forecast. >> meteorologist bill evans live outside our studios on the upper west side. >> it's just a really nice cool, crisp morning like it was this time yesterday. clear skies, a little light breeze. feels great. here's a look from our live cameras. over to the lower east side you'll sigh we've got a really nice clear visibility. 46 degrees, a dry humidity at 66% and the pressure has been rising. 30.54. we just always say 30.00 is our mark of fair weather and it's at 30.54. that's strong high pressure out of canned over the northeast and new england. it feels are in the 40s this morning, 46 up towards the
you need the coats and sweaters and scarfs and all that. a little wind that's coming in northeast down to east, clouds are starting to stream up. the high level clouds are coming in off the tops of these showers. that's the remnants of what was hurricane patricia. the rain reaches from kansas city missouri and the western part of the state where they're getting some sprinkles. the low keeps moving northeast. that rain will move away from kansas city missouri and will continue to keep moving into the ohio valley. after school today, a great day kiddos. we've got nice weather for after school sports. might want to wear one more layer underneath the uniform. today we're at 59 with cloudy skies. tomorrow you'll need your rain gear all day. you've got sports tomorrow, that's probably going to get canceled. we have 1 to 2 inches of heavy rain tomorrow and the temperature around 66. baseball in kansas city 56 temperature at first pitch time around 8:00. halloween kids.
you don't want to have to wear a coat over the costume. i don't think you're going to have to do that at all as we get along and get going into hall lean. 59 today, we're at 53 tonight, and then we're at 66 tomorrow with that off and on rain. here's your accuweather seven- day forecast. 60 on friday, 58 on a saturday and 63 on sunday. this morning it's tuesday. what happens on tuesday? i don't know. some white dog shows up on tuesday. oh hey. what's your name kid? you hanging around the neighborhood. what are you going to go dressed as for halloween maximus? >> a person. >> he's going to join me and dress up, maybe like a company, you know, sort of like star wars. it's a company name. >> you discussed this already? >> yeah, we already discussed this costume, but he has several. i'm just going to dress him up as a snack. >> that works. all right. thank you. >> over to heather with a look at the traffic. >> it's a messy community as
this is all because of an accident on the cross bronx expressway. here's a look at a webcam showing you the grand central parkway. this is near citi field. the grand central parkway we have an accident near citi field that's causing delays. let's take another look at a camera and show you the george washington bridge. you can see that bumper-to- bumper delay coming into the city. this is because of that accident on the cross bronx expressway eastbound right on the alexander hamilton bridge. i can tell you subway subway service is on or closes to schedule. no major mobs. and we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. thank you heather. the revamped apple tv is now on sale. >> abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan report. >> in today's tech bytes the new apple too far available for preorder. >> it supports lots of specifically designed apps including netflix and hue lee. the new remote --
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the dow jones starts the day down 23 points at 17623. nasdaq composite and s&p 500 are mixed. u.s. stock futures are pointing to a lower open. >> overnight japan's nikkei lost nearly 1 percent while hong kong's hang seng gained a fraction. >> the sporting good chain rei wants you to enjoy your thanksgiving turkey and thinks would be a good idea if you went outdoors and saw a real turkey. rei is going to be closed for thanksgiving and is saying no to black friday shopping as well. they're the first to be built in the united states in more than 20 years. the first white red and blue camaros are now rolling off the gm assembly line. the last time chevy built a camaro in the u.s. was back in 1992. the new v6 and v8 models should be in showrooms by the end of
of about $27,000. if you want to splurge and don't want to buy american you could always try to buy the aston martin built exclusively for the new james bond movie. just ten of the cars were made for the movie and one will be auctioned for charity next year. it's expected to fetch about $15 million. the car lacks certification to make it street legal. >> you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> hey, if you're taking the ferry ride over this morning, we've got some great weather. if you're taking the ferry from staten island, jersey city or around the hudson or east river a light northwest wind and a water temperature of about 60 degrees. 58 degrees with a light northeast wind coming in here too. clear skies, a great day today.
we're going to be looking at temperatures later on getting into lunchtime about 53 degrees at lunch and 59 this afternoon. right at normal which is 60 for this time of the year. big rain for tomorrow, big weather weekend coming up because we've got halloween, the marathon, world series. >> right. >> and you've got troubles on the cross bronx expressway. >> i have trouble there is, yes, i do. we have news copter 7 up above and john del giorno is showing us this mess on the cross bronx expressway. it's off on the shoulder. it was in the center lane. with this comes a big mess. we have delays on the cross bronx eastbound stretching all the way back to the george washington bridge. inbound george washington bridge with about a 15 minute delay getting into the polls at this point. as long as this is there that delay is going to get worse. street cleaning rules are in effect. over to you. thank you heather.
defensive lineman have held a meeting to discuss his career. reports say that he could be cleared to resume football defendants as early as -- activities as early as today. pierre paul still has to work out a new contract. >> we're closing in on 6:30. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, we are with the mets as they prepare tooths the royals in their first world series appearance in 15 years. >> developing now,s search for a gunman bind a deadly shooting at a new jersey gas station. >> and remember channel 7 is your home for the tcs new york city marathon this week. we're taking you mile by mile introducing you to some of the new yorkers you're going to find on the course. mile 15 the dreaded queensboro bridge, no spectators it's just
now new york's number 1 news, channel 7 eyewitness news this morning. >> thousands of people are expected at the wake of officer randolph holder today in queens one week after he was gunned down in east harlem. >> new information overnight in the deadly shooting of a teenager in brooklyn. >> and let's go mets, the team is waking up in kansas city this morning ready to face the royals in game 1 of the world series. we are live on the road with the amazins. good morning, i'm ken rosato. >> and i'm lori stokes. thanks for joining us. it's tuesday october 27th. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans. >> good morning everybody, happy tuesday to you, a clear sky and the moon jumping down behind manhattan sometimes we like to say moon over myna key, temperatures 30 around west
those numbers are a little warmer. look at poughkeepsie, 30, 32 at monticello and andover. we're looking at 56 by noontime, 59 this afternoon. a great fall day before the deluge hits tomorrow. we'll talk about that in your accuweather seven-day forecast. it's weather then heather every 7 minutes. >> an accident pushed off to the shoulder, we have john del giorno in news copter 7. any new news there in. >> not so much. the accident has been pushed on to the shoulder. it happened about a half hour ago. initially this accident was blocking the two center lanes on the alexander hamilton bridge. the livery cab was spun sideways. both these vehicles have been cleared to the shoulder. the damage is done. the delays go back across the george washington bridge. northbound the inbound delays probably 15 to 20 minutes. >> actually those delays are getting worse.
so you're very close, and those delays are going to build with that accident off on the shoulder. we have the lincoln at 15, the holland at 15. i guarantee that lincoln delay is definitely going to get much heavier ask subway service is running on or close to schedule at this point. street cleaning rules are in effect for today. thank you. the mets and their fans are gearing up for the first game of the world series and the first pitch is about 14 hours from now. >> and they are on the road in the kansas city. we have two live reports on the team and the fans who are over the moon in support of their team. eyewitness news reporter kala rama is live at citi field. we begin with rob live in kc, mo. >> reporter: good morning everybody. good morning ken. there it is behind me, kauffman stadium where the world series will take place later tonight. of course it is all quiet right now early in the morning. in a few hours that building
of the sports world as the mets try to get their first world series since 1986. this is the mets on the field of course practicing there. they took the field here in kc yesterday for one of their final workouts before game 1 starts about 8:00 eastern time tonight. the team has had an amazing post season run and they're hoping that hard work pays off with a championship win. this is the second straight year the royals have made it to the fall classic. locals here excited yet again. we know plenty of mets fans, the orange and blue faithful will make their way here tonight to route on their team. yesterday during media day, reporters from around the world were able to talk with players of both teams. guess what they are having a lot of fun as well. >> it's been fun. a great group of guys. we play great baseball together. we're in the world series and it has truly been a great deal of fun.
be here, very fortunate to be in this position. >> reporter: and for those who like a little bit of history nuggets, this very date is the 29th anniversary of when the mets last won the world series. their next shot at the title coming in a few hours on this anniversary. pretty cool. let's hope that's a good omen of what's to come. reporting live in kansas city, rob nelson, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. from kansas city to queens, eyewitness news reporter kala rama continues our coverage now at citi field where the world series teams face off friday. kala. >> lori, good morning. fans here have a little bit to be excited about as well because citi field will debut their logos of the world series painted right on the field. it's something fans haven't seen here at citi field ever. so also we've seen fans really
where fans of all ages rallied in min you la chanting let's go mets to queens where thousands turned out decked out in their best blue and orange gear. here's something interesting also to note, a little bit of rob's echo, this year's world series begins on the 29th anniversary of the night the 1986 world series ended. you can imagine the energy that's been mounting for diehard fans. it's making some lose sleep. >> i haven't slept in around two and a half weeks. that's what's running through my heart. the adrenaline that's going through my body is at the highest peak it has been since 1986. >> reporter: those world series logos will be painted here on the field at citi field later this morning. and again, game 1, the first pitch starts tonight 8:07. we're live outside citi field,
thank you. it is a match made in heaven for world series fans and it's not the usual fair for the metropolitan opera. in just a couple of hours, the mets will join mr. met to sing and play meet the mets. >> oh, my gosh. >> the opera's orchestra members, stage hands and administrators will all be at lincoln center plaza at 9 a.m. and we're going to get to see just how much of a high note mr. met can reach. also eyewitness is your mets station. we'd like to see how you're celebrating. send us your pictures using the hashtag abc7ny and we have several reporters in kansas city covering every step of the way as the amazins take on the royals in the world series. we'll bring you updates on air and online as well as through our social media pages. shifting gears now in other news public viewing begins this
morning fallen nypd officer randolph holder. last night there were vigils outside more than 50 precincts in all five boroughs of the city. they held 37 minutes of silence, four for the number of city cops killed this past year and 33 for officer holder's age. outside each precinct community, residents and law enforcement stood shoulder to shoulder. >> at the end of the day, these are individuals that come from our household, our brothers, our sisters, uncles, cousins they've got to be treated like human beings. we as a community wanted to make sure we deliver that message. they are human beings first does they're doing a job to keep us protected. >> police divers have found the gun used to shoot holder, the accused killer tyrone howard is due back in court today for a hearing. officer holder's viewing today will be at the greater allen aim cathedral from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. his funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon and officer holder will be buried in his native guyana. a deadly shooting at a grandson station in irvington.
investigators believe that the 57-year-old victim was a worker at the getty station. the shooting happened just before 8 last night. no arrests have been made. this morning an apparent gang related attack in downtown brooklyn, a shooting is prompting action. 16-year-old amare henkins of queens was killed and an 18- year-old wounded. witnesses say the shooting started after some sort of argument between two groups of young people. no arrests brooklyn borough president eric adams is holding a news conference to address gun violence. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic. >> some big old big time rain is coming our way. here's our camera in midtown, a great day for today until that rain gets here. we're looking at what's going to be the rain from just south
of d. c., cincinnati down south coming up north. that's the leftover remnants of patricia. today we're going to be looking at a nice moon dropping behind manhattan and temperatures have been around 46 degrees. it's a bit on the cool side to start the day. we'll be looking at what's going to be temperatures today, as the temperatures go into the afternoon we're going to be getting near 60 degrees i bet you. heather's looking at your commute. >> i want to show you what's happening on the northern state parkway, the l.i.e. getting into the northern state parkway. you're going to find a lot of activity over here because of an accident in the process of being cleared away. we'll head to our maps now. i can tell you that mass transit is running on or close to schedule, except for your subways, a and c trains rail conditions at j street, metro tech. expect downtown delays as well. 15 at the lincoln and holland, and then you have that accident on the cross bronx expressway east right on the alexander hamilton bridge.
that accident off on the shoulder but delays stretch across the george washington bridge. this is the problem i was just showing you. the l.i.e. west right near the northern state parkway connector. that's where the accident is. you're starting to build as you go through that spot. an earlier accident cleared grand central parkway west near citi field. we have our street cleaning rules in effect for today. >> thank you. 6:39. still ahead on you eye this morning, new this morning, the repairs ahead today for deli owner after a cab loses control and smashes into a business. the new video of the chaos at this busy intersection. >> the new development on the
it is a tough morning for the deli owner at 1st avenue and 49th street. a taxicab crashed into the front doors about 2:30 this morning. at the same moment two cars were totaled in a head on wreck at the same intersection. taxi driver was not seriously hurt but one car driver was taken to the hospital in serious condition. the other driver is now in police custody on suspicion of drunk driving.
prosecutors now say that the woman charged in the oklahoma state university home coming tragedy appears to have driven into the crowd on purpose. adacia chambers is being held on $1 million bail. she's also been ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation. prosecutors say chambers ran a red light, went around a barricade, and then drove over a police motorcycle before hitting a grown up of people saturday. four died. chambers faces four counts of second degree murder. the man who posted a video of himself tampering with red light cameras is due in a long island courtroom today. steven ruth says the camera system in suffolk county is abusive giving tickets when none are observed. some suffolk county legislators have sided with ruth saying the camera system seems to snag innocent drivers. new york city says it will offer the s. a. t. exam free of
charge to high school juniors to help more students get into college. the school's chancellor announced the program as part of college application week. the students will be able to take the test during school day starting in the spring. the move will give students from low income families an equal chance to take the test. good morning america is coming up next, robin roberts live in time square. good morning to you robin. >> coming up here on gma the next big republican debate is form night. new polls show ben carson still leading in iowa with a double- digit read on donald trump. the latest on the race for the white house. >> also ahead a florida tv news helicopter crew leaping into action when they spotted the wreckage of the small plane crash. we have details of the rescue and the engineer on board the tv news helicopter, you're going to hear from him next on gma. >> thank you so much robin.
time to get a check on your accuweather forecast. >> meteorologist bill evans live outside our studios on the upper west side. >> i'm here greeting everybody coming out of the bus and the subway. it's cool, it's crisp t. gusting to a great day. if you're walking your dog this morning, got the jacket on, a little emotional support. you've got to have that all the time. here's what's going on this morning, we shoot you the moon. a little high thin clouds across the moon, a little glow around the moon there. now farmers lore says the glow around the moon means it's going to rain in 24 hours, you know what, that old farmer's lore is right. it's going to be raining in 24 to 36 hours. thatst a great shot from news copter 7. thank you johnny d. who's shooting that to us in high definition. here's what's happening this morning around the area. temperatures around 46 degrees to start the day. dry humidity. wind out of the northeast.
today, normal high temperature is 60. sun's up just after 7:15, 7:20. we'll have a beautiful sunrise. a cloudy sunset is coming up. for your headlines, is that today's kind of nice fall day. we've got a rainy day tomorrow and then some great fall weather coming up for friday and the weekend just in time for the fall classic. temperatures in the 40s. we're looking at 30 towards poughkeepsie and kingston. 42 around bridgeport. temperatures that are right at normal for this hour of the day and a little northeast to a southeast wind has been coming in today but very light. you see the high clouds over us. that's sheared off the upper level winds down south for that big batch of rain from patricia. that will keep moving northward. this is our futurecast. clouds late in the day today. here comes the rain tomorrow morning around 8:00 in southern jersey, 9:00 as it hits the city and overspreading through midday and early afternoon. a couple areas of red popping up where there could be a rumble of thunderstorm in some of this, a thunderstorm tomorrow particularly in the
afternoon and evening commute and we clear out tomorrow night. the futurecast is showing that front moving through late. that will give us the cooler drier air coming up towards friday. expected rainfall totals an inch to an inch and a half. you can see on our computer models that would be all day tomorrow and into tomorrow night. after school today it's about 59 degrees and cloudy skies. this morning grab a jacket or a sweater at the bus stop. 59 today. we've got cloudy skies by afternoon, rain comes in tomorrow morning around 8, 9:00, lasts through the day. heaviest in the afternoon. great baseball weather. first pitch temperature 56, a few showers in kansas city missouri just prior to the game. it will be great weather for baseball. halloween's looking good, clear skies and cool, 5:00 temperature about 52. it will cool down during the evening saturday night. we're at 59 degrees today with sunshine, clouds late in the day. tonight we're at 53 with cloudy skies.
it's a rainy day off and on all day long, an inch to 2 inches of much needed rain. we are way low on rain. i don't expect -- maybe in some intersections on roadways and then 73 on thursday and we cool down. we have gorgeous weather this weekend for baseball, halloween, and the new york marathon on sunday. >> all right. exciting. thank you bill. >> there you go. >> all right. 6:48. we'll go over to heather with news copter 7. >> up above this big mess we've been dealing with over the cross bronx, george washington bridge combination. we'll check in one more time with john del giorno. >> good morning again heather. we actually swung down here to routes 1 and 9 in newark new jersey. we have a new problem, on truck route 1 and 9 northbound just as you get on to the passaic river bridge. traffic here extra heavy because the pulaski skyway is out of commission. all that traffic coming up and now we've got an accident in the middle of all of that. only the right lane is open.
this delay goes back on to the main line of 1 and 9 north away from newark airport. also keep in mind we've got exiting delays as a result at 15e on the new jersey turnpike. heather. >> thank you for that john. see john's so fast. let's take a look and show you long island. this is the l.i.e. near exit 58 and then another shot of the l.i.e. getting into exit 42 which is the northern state connector. you see that accident there. we'll head to our maps. i'll tell you what's going on on the l.i.e., the first one west near exit 58, that accident being cleared away and the other is on the l.i.e. westbound near exit 42. with this accident being cleared. a and lc traipse, rail condition at j street. expect downtown delays. our other mass transit systems are doing okay. you're jammed across the span. lincoln is 30, holland is 15 minutes. we have that accident being cleared cross bronx east on the alexander hamilton bridge.
we have our street cleaning rules in effect. lori over to you. >> thank you. new video this morning from texas shows the end of a police chase involving a van for the disabled. someone hijacked the van with a 65-year-old diabetic heart patient inside. the suspect led police on a 30 minute chase before crashing into a fire hydrant. the patient was taken to the hospital as a precaution. the suspect faces robbery and other charges. >> 6:50. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, the high-tech product now getting banned from checked luggage. >> also a school resource officer called on camera arresting a student in the middle of class.
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and your tri-state ford dealers thank you for helping protect our children. 6:53, heads-up the next time you fly, a new travel ban will soon be in effect barring what travelers can bring along inside checked luggage. e-cigs, electronic cigarettes will no longer be allowed to be packed in that checked luggage. the federal government issued this new rule because fires can be sparked by the battery powered devices. passengers will still be allowed to bring them in on carry on bags but of course you can't bring them out and smoke them on board. 6:53. there's disturbing new video of a school resource officer tossing a student across a classroom floor. the cell phone video taken be i another student shows a dew point in columbia south carolina lifting the student
them back ward on to the floor. then he yanks the student out of the desk and throws her to the front of the classroom. the sheriff says the student was disruptive in class and had refused to leave. >> what we saw was just a tidbit of what that video shows. of course we're going to look at what happened that led up to it, that incident that took place and then what happened afterwards. all of that's going to take part in what the sheriff decides. >> the resource officer is now on administrative leave pending an investigation. sheriff's officials say the girl was taken into custody for resisting arrest. 6:54, coming up, it is time for the mets to meet the royals.
it is 6:57. good morning america is coming up next. in the meantime the day mets fans have been waiting for more than a decade to see is finally their 15-year world series drought is over. >> eyewitness news reporter rob the fun starts tonight. rob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ken. the fun and the rain, that's right. an amazing post season has led to this day game 1 of the world series tonight right behind me. the mets and the royals about hours. the amazins took to the field here at kauffman stadium yesterday for one of their final workouts before the big game tonight at about 8 p.m. eastern.
needless to say the players having a great time and the fans could not be more ecstatic to see the orange and blue in the fall classic. this would be their first championship since 1986. the royals made it this far last year but lost the series. the mets hoping to extend that streak. as you can see a rainy start to the day here in kansas city. rain expected to last through much of the day. fingers crossed it will not impact tonight's game reporting live in kc rob nelson, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> and vigils city wide last night set the scene for today's viewing of slain police officer randolph holder. now that viewing begins at 9:00 this morning at the greater allen a.m.e cathedral of new york and jamaica. officer holder's funeral is there tomorrow afternoon at 3. officer holder will then be buried in guyana. it is 6:59. how are things looking on the roadways. >> we have that mess on truck
routes 1 and 9. news copter 7 is still above this mess. you can see the pictures john del giorno is showing us. the accident is on truck routes 1 and 9 north near raymond boulevard. you have that left lane closed off and delays across the span. don't forget about the george washington bridge still jam packed getting on to the i don't think so. it's a tricky one. >> the cross bronx, oh,. >> i know, you love it. >> here we go, we take a look outside. let's look from brooklyn to the lower east side. a great morning out here. we're looking at 46 degrees. looking at sunshine and clouds later on, 59 degrees. rain comes in tomorrow off and on rain will be heavy 1, maybe 2 inches of rain around, wind swept rain and a balmy day thursday and great fall weather for the fall classic this weekend. >> thank you bill. >> and that is it for us. i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. >> who are you?