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thanks for joining us. [ sound of gunfire ] and breaking right now, gunshots and explosions rock a suburb north of paris this morning. where early morning raids targeted the suspected attacks in paris. good morning, i'm ken rosato. >> and i'm lori stokes, and today it's wednesday, november 18th. >> let's get tight that breaking news -- right to that breaking news we just learned about. some new details of a deadly raid targeting the suspected mastermind of last week's attacks. >> we have team coverage from new york to france and we are going to start with eyewitness news reporter jim low dan live on the -- dolan live on the scene in paris. >> reporter: this all started about 4:15 this morning local time. a massive police raid on an area just north of paris.
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and it was a mass i police presence -- massive police presence befitting the target of this raid who is believed to be the mastermind of this -- the paris attacks last week. let's listen in and see how it looked. [ sound of gunfire ] >> yeah. thank you. >> reporter: it was loud and it was loud for a long time. gunfire exchanged over a period of at least three hours but when it was done they had five people in custody. three people from inside the apartment and two other people a man and a woman outside. a woman had blown herself up with a suicide belt and we are told the question now is was mastermind. the person believed to be the mastermind of all of these assaults, was he arrested in this? he was. but it has not been confirmed yet. he is the person who was believed to have organized this
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some work was done in belgium and it's unclear whether he was arrested in this. but that's the big question that all of paris is asking today. five police officers were injured in this raid. none of them were killed. again, five people arrested and it's not clear how extensive their involvement was. one person may have just been -- gotten -- rented them the apartment. he claims that he does not -- did not know who they were at the time. but this is a fast developing story and we're going to have more as the morning continues. for now reporting live from just north of paris, jim dolan, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you jim. and now we switch live to eyewitness news reporter dray clark who's in our newsroom with mu details on -- new details on the state of emergency in france. >> reporter: under that state of emergency, the french government has been relentless in its retaliation aimed squarely at dismantling and destroying isis and the french president is making sure he lines up allies to form a
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strong coalition of military power in the war against isis. french president francois hollande goes before parment again today -- parliament again today. and changes to their constitution. duel nationals could be stripped of french citizenship and parliament could create new status short of all-out war in which police have exceptional powers. holland will meet with president obama in washington next tuesday and with russian president putin in moscow two days later. the russian air assault on isis turned savage and attacked by dozens of cruise missiles and heavy bombers. it also growing more intense with isis command and training qua. the syrian -- raqqa. the syrian city home to the isis leadership. but isis and its sympathizers
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hard at work planning more attacks and looking for more soft targets. and they're doing everything they can to try and prevent another attack from happening, are the government leaders around the world. dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. it's 4:34. presidential candidate hillary clinton says that she will lay out her plans to stop isis tomorrow. clinton made announcement in a press release but disclosed few details other than that she would be here in new york to reveal her plan. she said during saturday's democratic presidential debate that isis cannot be contained. it must be defeated. >> the white house reached out to u.s. governors about their efforts to block syrian refugees from being admitted into their states. the obama administration officials held a 90 minute conference while the governors were concerned about terrorists sneaking into the u.s. as refugees. more than 30 governors want to stop refugee settlements in their states even though they have no legal right to do so. only the federal government controls the settlement program.
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new jersey governor chris christie reacted. >> we don't have the data paces to be able to do this at the state level. we just don't. we count on the department of homeland security and the fbi and the cia. and so this president has degraded the folks. >> white house officials say screening for syrian refugees includes an interview overseas biometric fingerprinting and investigations to determine if they pose security risks. now we will follow this breaking story from france with a live update from the scene throughout the morning and we are also updating abcny7 and our facebook and twitter feeds with new information. it is 4:35. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. and bill evans with your accuweather forecast. >> well, good morning everyone. grab a jacket and we're looking from our camera here in astoria and it's cool and crisp 47 degrees there you see. on that lovely circle 7 meatball as i like to call it. but as we look across to the east side, we have some nice weather here and here's the camera at four times square.
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looking southward around this area this morning and looking at what will be clear skies and some cool weather. as we go into these morning hours. well, we're going to be looking at a morning where you need a jacket or sweater. it's 47 a little bit warmer than normal for this time of the year. the temperatures up to the north @ poughkeepsie -- 29 poughkeepsie and 41 long island and a nice day today with a mixture of sun and clouds. clouds off to the west, here with this front are ahead of this front and this front gets here tomorrow. so warm air will surge up and over us today. we're going to be looking at 50 by 10:00 and 58 later on this afternoon. weather and traffic together every seven minutes. going on through the? yes, we remember going to go over -- we were going to go over to the web cam but let's head to the maps and i want to tell you on the new jersey turnpike western spur south right near exit 15 w. we have an overturned truck. and as a result, northbound north of exit 15 w you're going to find two lanes closed down. all because of this overturned truck on the southbound side.
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spur closed down as well with construction but it looks as though they are in the process of getting that cleaned and you taken care of. -- up and taken care of. on time no major problems, metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit. a. and c. trains you have some fast track. no a. trains between 168th and 207th street. on the gowanus outbound, southbound there was an accident involving a tractor- trailer and still working on that and plus construction on the verrazano bridge heading into brooklyn. how things are looking as you travel in manhattan right near 8th avenue at 34th street. no major problems there but what they're hering -- we are hearing there could be some police activity at 8th and 33rd. we have our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. ken over to you. thank you. and firefighters rescued a 3- week-old baby from a burning home in queens. we just spoke to that child's family. eyewitness news reporter kala rama live in corona with the update. kala? >> reporter: ken, good morning.
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there is reason to smile for this family even though this family lost their home, check it out. it's decked out for the holidays here. a family of five children lived there. clearly a tough time on them. but there was a newborn baby in that attic that made it out alive with his siblings and cousin. check it out. this was a dramatic scene last night. an fdny lieutenant rescued this 3-week-old baby boy from this smoky attic of that burning home. it was no easy task. the child's parents were outside yelling there's a baby in the attic. the firefighter rushed in and he only heard the baby's whimpers bull could barely see -- but could barely see the smoke filled room feeling his way around to get the baby out of his crib. four other children made it out safely along with their parents and grandma. anita brown is the baby's aunt and says the baby is still in the hospital but the first thing they'll do when they leave is thank the firefighters. >> i have to say thank you so much for saving my nephew's
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life. thank you for coming very fast. thank you for red cross. but just thank you to the neighborhood that they've been so supportive. and right now, i'm just praying for a miracle to have our home back. >> reporter: well, they know that they probably won't have their home back for thanksgiving but they are still thankful. the red cross is helping them out. still no word on how the fire started. live -- started. live in queens, kala rama, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> quite a story. thank you. two homes under construction less than a mile apart both destroyed by fire. now investigators are wondering whether there's an arsonist in forest hills, queens. this latest happened last night on 66th avenue. and firefighters were on the scene in minutes. but you can see the flames were intense by the time they arrived. luckily though no one was hurt. but residents are very worried. >> we very concerned about all the neighborhood because this is not the first time. within the week, the house couple of blocks this way got
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and we're very concerned what's going on about our -- you know, community. >> well, the first fire happened ten days ago on 112th street. both have been labeled suspicious. and fire department -- and fire and police departments are now working together to figure out how they started. time is 4:40. new details now in the double shooting in a brooklyn subway station. now being called an ambush. one of the two men shot at the utica avenue ac stop just one was the intended target. the shooting erupted at the height of the rush hour last night and moments later surveillance have had owe from a nearby grocery -- video from a nearby grocery store recorded what may be the gunman. he left behind a scene of chaos and blood. >> i heard one shot and i heard a series of shots. >> you didn't know where it was coming from. there was an officer in the train station and he was like which way did he go? >> the intended target was shot in the back and he is expected to recover. the innocent bystander is in critical condition.
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4:40. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, a high speed chase caught on camera but wait until you hear who was behind the wheel and what he did to his two friends who tagged along for the ride. >> new developments this morning in the case of a pastor's wife found murdered inside their home. a key piece of evidence has been found just one block away from the deadly scene. >> we continue to follow breaking developments on the terror raids north of paris, several suspected terrorists have been killed and we're going to stay on top of this story and also now only ford offers $750 black friday bonus cash on select vehicles, on top of ford friends and neighbors pricing. that doesn't happen every day. make black friday hassle-free with low prices on ford cars, trucks and suvs. and get $750 dollars black friday bonus cash on select ford vehicles, on top of all other offers. it's an inside deal, now for everyone. hurry for a limited time, get $750 dollars black friday
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welcome back. caught on camera, the high speed police chase came to a sudden stop when a teenage suspect lost control of a stolen value and crashed into affeared -- van and crashed
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into a guardrail in florida. he takes off on foot leaving two friends injured in the van. nice loyalty there. the suspect arrested a short time later. well, severe weather is affecting much of the country including tornado watches in the south. powerful winds many memphis med -- in memphis yesterday brought down a large tree which in turn snapped two utility poles causing a large power outage and then there's snow in the rockies. blizzard conditions have stranded thousands of travelers and heavy snow at denver international airport caused more than 100 flights to be canceled or delayed. >> you used the s. world. >> yes i did. >> i don't like the s. word. it's 4:44. meteorologist bill evans joins us with the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> i'm getting my glares from the traffic person. >> yes. >> like glaring. >> traffic person. >> you said snow. i didn't have anything to do with that. >> you can glare at >> i didn't know -- i was the traffic person? [ laughter ]
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here this morning, we're looking at 47 degrees. the humidity is in the moderate zone. winds are northeast today at 3 but look at the pressure, we have the strong high pressure ridge over us. and it's just kind of getting you know clouds kind of west. normal high temperature is 53. we're right at normal yesterday. evening. at 6:46. we'll have a beautiful sunrise and we're looking at cloudier skies today a few more clouds coming from the west. is ahead of this cold front that will be getting windy and warmer tomorrow with rain. the heaviest rain in the afternoon tomorrow and then it's going to be cooler for the weekend but blustery by sunday. the first jolt of the season is coming. 39 at hauppauge and massapequa. and north port and it's 38 around bridgeport. 29 poughkeepsie and 33 around andover. so these numbers are close to normal. maybe a couple of degrees warmer we got a little northeast wind going east here. but eventually the wind is going to turn around and come south. and that will warm us up tonight and create some drizzle
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and you'll see it will grayer look -- the grayer looking clouds here? that's low loud and that's what we have here just kind of streaming across this morning out ahead of this front. so the winds are up above and carrying these high clouds over and so we're beginning to be looking at that. -- going to be looking at that. the front comes in tomorrow. today we have the clouds coming in as you see it's coon of like clouds from the south and west and then clouds off the high pressure ridge leaving and going eastward. but warm air surging up and that's going to create a little drizzle this evening and tonight. here comes the front tomorrow. that starts at 9:00? new jersey, western hudson river valley and 11:00 to noontime and the city and spreading eastward and that lasts into the evening hours until about 8:00. 9:00 and then ends around midnight on the eastern end of long island. a rainy day particularly tomorrow afternoon and tom evening. 58 -- tomorrow evening. 58 today. tomorrow is a warm day. the rain comes through and then
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we have some nice weather before this reinforcing shot. this second front you'll see is a cold air it will start to slide in here on sunday. so cloudy with some sun breaking through at sometimes we're at -- times we're at 58. it's mostly cloudy tonight and a shower or a little drizzle we're at 55. that's way warm for the overnight hours so tomorrow -- hours so tomorrow obviously going to be very warm. some rain in the afternoon and we're at 64. the accuweather seven day forecast. breezy can clearing on friday a great day. 58. some beautiful weather on saturday. it's cooler. but it's normal. 52 and 40 our normal numbers and there's our first jolt of the season coming on sunday. temperatures in the 40s. there might be you know a little spritz or sprinkle of some rain north and west of the city up above say 287. i-84. higher elevations might be a little wet snow. 40s next week. during the day. 30s at night. >> you used the s. word himself. >> yes he did. >> two s. word usages. [ laughter ] let's check on the traffic. >> slow week. >> yeah make it very slow. >> let's go to the maps and we
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have this issue with the overturned truck on the new jersey turnpike. it's on the western spur it's southbound right near exit 15 w overturned truck. but the northbound side just north of exit 15 w, you have two lanes closed down as well. and then you can see the eastern spur right over here. so this is the western spur -- this is what we call the mixing bowl. this is the western spur. and then this is the eastern spur and the eastern spur is starting to pick up some volume of course because everyone is going to be forced over to the eastern spur as they try to get this cleared away. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit running on or close to schedule. the a. and c. trains fast track repairs no a. trains between 207th and 168th street. the c. trains aren't running as well because of that. and then we're looking at the gowanus expressway southbound that outbound side, the ramp to 86th street we had the overturned tractor-trailer. or a tractor-trailer accident. that has been cleared away. bayon bridge is closed down until 5:00 a.m. for construction and you can see we have lots of redheading through that spot. and then the brooklyn bridge closed inbound until 6:00 a.m.
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effect. lori over to you. you. the pastor in indianapolis may be closer to getting answers in the murder of his pregnant wife. a handgun was found one block away from the home where amanda blackburn was killed during a home invasion last week. area surveillance footage also shows grainy images of a man walking in the neighborhood. detectives say that man is a meanwhile, the blackburn's neighbors are coming together to find ways to make the streets safer. >> there's no manual on how to respond to having one of your neighbors and friends murdered in her home. >> continue to work hard and be vigilant. and let the police do their jobs but we have to do our jobs. >> well, $1,000 reward is being offered for information that helps to solve the case. 4:49. a grandma fights back against a carjacker and she says she did it for her daughter. look at this video from a gas station outside st. louis, missouri. the suspect is on the left and
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uh-huh. he walks up to the victim's car and tells her get out. he has a gun. well, the woman tries to get him away then she thought of her daughter. who was in the station's convenience store. >> i realized i couldn't get the door shut. and so i started kicking and screaming and beeping the horn. i was afraid my daughter would come back in the process of this and i felt like to divert and get him to run away and change his mind. by fighting him off. >> tough lady. the woman suffered cuts and bruises and she will otherwise be okay. the suspect did bet away with -- get away with the car but he was caught thanks to the car's security system. a woman brought her running shoes and determination to the very first marathon. young vowed to get healthier when she moved to virginia two years ago and she started her marathon training in may and when last saturday rolled around, she was ready to run. she ran, she walked and she struggled.
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eight hours -- but she persevered. eight hours later she made her triumphant finish. >> i'm coming down the hill and there's i mean -- a solid 20 people that i trained with that i'd known from running and even outside of running. i couldn't let them down and i also knew i couldn't let myself down. >> well, nakia says her finish was a huge accomplishment. and something she had to do. at least once. >> that is some determination. >> she did it. >> some determination. it is 4:5 #. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, cancer survivors, strutting the catwalk wearing the latest styles but it wasn't all about fashion. it was the cause that took center stage. >> also ahead, a raging fire in new jersey ripped through a row of houses and this morning, dozens are now homeless.
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4:54. updating breaking news from france. at least two terrorists have been killed. five more have been arrested and overnight raids in saint- denis. five police officers have been wounded in the process, police were targeting mastermind of the paris attacks, abdelhamid abaaoud. we are working to confirm his fate right now and we'll get you a live update at 5:00 a.m. other news and breast cancer survivors and the doctors who treated them were
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a good cause. last night, the breast cancer center held its pink runway fashion show in williamsburg. survivors and doctors strutted their stuff wearing the latest trends from local fashion designers which were raffled off. all proceeds go to the hospital. >> it's sad to know that there are way too many of us out there and i was surprised to know that we are not aware of how many people are affected. so i think that's what is important. people need to be taken care of and that difficult time. so i'm really happy to be able to give back. >> well, the cancer center treats nearly 500 patients a year. and you are never more than and traffic. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> well, we have a great visibility as we look from our camera here at four times square looking south down to the verrazano narrows bridge. we have temperatures cooler than this time yesterday.
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44 monticello and 48 newark and 47 around the park. these are a little warmer actually than the normal overnight low but it's going to drop down more at sunrise. east to northeast wind this morning that's going to be shifting around to the southeast and that's going to really warm us up tonight. a warmer day today and 55 by noontime and 58 later on but we have 60s tomorrow with some good old heavy rain. a cold shot coming sunday and all in the accuweather seven day forecast. it's weather then heather every seven minutes. she's got troubles on the turnpike. we have an overturned truck on the new jersey turnpike. so we'll head to the maps and i'll tell you where it is. it's on the western spur and it's southbound it's right near 15 w. so northbound north of exit 15 w. you do have two lanes closed down. so this is the western spur right here. this is the eastern spur. and you can see the eastern spur is starting to pick up some volume there. our mass transit is doing okay. and our street cleaning rules are in effect. ken?
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over to you. heather thank you. 4:57. basketball legend and aids activist magic johnson reached out to charlie sheen. johnson tweeted quote -- at charlie sheen breaking his silence i hope he joins me in educating the world about hiv/aids and sheen acknowledged he has the virus that causes aids and he's been extorted. sheen hopes to use his hiv that substitution to be on inspiration to -- status to be an inspiration to others. and we continue to follow breaking news in suburban paris where overnight a police raid led to the deaths of two terrorists. [ sound of gunfire ] and gunfire and explosions could be heard echoing through the streets. and saint-denis and we have live coverage from the scene in
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and this is a live look from saint-denis where a police official says one person is still holed up in that apartment. and good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> and i'm ken rosato. today is wednesday, november 18th. and here's what we know at this hour, two terrorists are dead including a woman who blew herself up with a suicide vest. five other people are under arrest. and five police officers are
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>> and it's all happening in a jim dolan is there live. >> reporter: this is where the people of france have been waiting for ever since friday night. the fear among people here is that several of the men suspected terrorists from friday night. got away. that they may be planning other attacks. overnight about four -- 4:00 in the morning paris time the police surrounded this small neighborhood called saint-denis a suburb of paris and they came in. what they were met with was a thunderous exchange of gunfire befitting the most dangerous terrorists in french history. [ sound of gunfire ] that gunfire went on for well over an hour. some neighbors say two hours of that kind of gunfire in the end five people were arrested. three from inside the apartment
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and two people who were outside that apartment. two people are dead. one woman we are told blew herself up with a suicide vest. five officers were injured. the target of this raid was a man named abdelhamid abaaoud. you have heard about him over the last few days and you have heard him -- the mastermind behind the paris assault. they were going after him. police have not confirmed whether they have him in custody. the situation is exactly what we do know is that there is still one person who is holed up inside that apartment. there's some action behind me i was just checking to see what it was but it's just police moving around. this is an ongoing situation still. there are reports that one person is still holed up inside that apartment where this all started. we are not sure what his status is. but we're going to stay here and find out. we'll be here throughout the morning.
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for now reporting live from saint-denis right north of paris, jim dolan, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> all right jim thank you so much. and matt gutman of abc news has also been on the scene and he tweeted out this photo of a police officer in saint-denis nearly four hours ago and describes seeing anti-terror forces preparing their weapons and getting ready for a standoff. the french government continues those intense around the chock raids. more threats of violence affected two air france flights. eyewitness news reporter dray clark continues the coverage live in the newsroom with more. threats never materialized into anything but every threat is taken seriously as isis has made it very clear it's determined to carry out more attacks. two air france jets flying home from the u.s. were the targets for bomb threats. canada's east coast. and search dogs found nothing. lake city. >> we didn't find anything to give this any credibility as to
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>> reporter: europeans at home now facing new threats. [ sirens ] thousands of germans cleared out of the soccer stadium in hannover after a credible bomb threat formed chance -- forced chancellor angela merkel to stay away. a search found nothing. meanwhile the air campaign against isis is turning savage with dozens of russian cruise raqqa. also growing more intense, going after command and training facilities in that syrian city that is home to isis and its inner core of leaders. french president francois hollande goes before parliament today. the french are looking at a three month extension of the state of emergency. and changes to their constitution. parliament could create a new status short of all-out war. in which police could have exceptional powers. meanwhile, hillary clinton says she will offer her own plan for
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dealing with isis tomorrow here in new york. we're live in the newsroom, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. ken? >> thank you. stay with eyewitness news and abcny7 for updates on the police raids in france. we'll continue to bring you the latest information throughout this newscast and at abcny7. as well as on the facebook and twitter pages. well rain is on the way for tomorrow. now here's meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> indeed. and some mild weather and warm weather on the way too. we're looking at cloudy skies right now but we got a great availability from the camera looking south. temperature 47 degrees as you see. there's our cram from brooklyn looking over to wall street. one world tradement right around the brooklyn bridge this morning. east river kind of quiet. and we have temperatures that are 47 in the five boroughs to 37 north and west. some clouds are being sheared off over us today so we'll have a mixture of sun and clouds. the rain we're talking about really is in chicago to memphis and that will be sliding eastward. today clouds and sun. some mild temperatures. normal high is about 53. we'll be at 58 later on this afternoon.
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and as this warm air surges up. our overnight low tonight is 55. that's warmer than our normal average afternoon high. but today at the bus stop kiddos dress warmly and the hooligans will be there awaiting your arrival. dress properly. >> look out for the hooligans. >> here's one right now. looking at traffic for you this morning. she's got her hooligan hands full already. that's right. let's go right over to the web cam and show you the for drive. you're not going to see a lot of action on the fdr drive going through this spot. doesn't look look a lot of delays but let's head over to the maps and tell you what's beginning on. fdr drive northbound side you have construction from the 70s up to the 90s. southbound from the rfk triborough bridge down to 96th street. this is the biggest problem this morning so far on the roads. new jersey turnpike western spur south, right near exit 15 w overturned truck. north of exit 15 w on the northbound side, you have two lanes closed down as a result of that accident. mass transit. checking in with mono
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cleaning rules are in effect -- no major problems, street cleaning rules are in effect, lori over to you. dozens of people are homeless this morning after a raging fire burned along a row of homes in paterson. the wooden structures were just tinder for the five alarm fire. two of the homes are gutted and the third was nearly destroyed. in the midst of the chaos, al smith stopped by his downstairs neighbor's apartment and carried their 17-year-old disabled grandson to safety. >> well -- but it was like i guess that's natural instinct to help bring the wheelchair down and i just -- watched this thing go up in smoke and everything is pretty much a total loss. >> it's our loss. a bad time of year. >> investigators say the fire started on a back porch but it's not clear how it got started. in spite of speed of the fire, there were no injuries reported. but as we said, 34 people are now homeless for the holidays. >> pretty brave man though. >> yes. >> walk into a burning
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structure like that. >> yep. >> wow. 5:08 and still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, the big disappointment for sports enthusiasts who like to make games a little more interesting with some moo la involved. >> and we continue to follow the very latest developments on breaking news in france. where at least one person is holed up inside an apartment in a paris suburb. a live look from the scene
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there are reports of five police officers also wounded. but none killed. back here and daily fantasy sports website fan duel is temporarily suspending play for new yorkers. the company said the move follows its failed attempt to convince a judge this week to immediately block attorney general eric schneiderman's efforts to shut it down. last week, he called on fan duel to halt what he considers illegal games. the company argues their popular daily games are based on skills. in the voting for one of baseball's postseason awards, the cubs' joe mad don is the national league manager of the year. he was honored twice in the american league with tampa bay. the mets' terry collins finished third in the voting despite beating maddon's cubs the make it to the world series. the rangers jeff bannister
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received the nod after leading the team to his west division title. girardi finished fifth in the voting. 5:12 and let's check in with meteorologist bill evans, bill? >> here we go, we have skies that are cloudy although it's high clouds that we have. just got it call here on the east river from brooklyn over toward -- we're looking at a humidity after 63%. and we're looking at winds that are kind of out of the southeast this morning and as we start the day we start the 30.54. that's really strong high pressure that is over us and that will give us you know this high pressure still continuing to give us nice weather today. 42 in sayreville and toms river is at 48 and 5 at wrightstown. you -- 35 at wrightstown. you get away if the beach here a -- from the beach here a northeast beach coming in. 41 here at white plains, it's a morning where we have pretty around. and easterly wind eventually goes southeast to south.
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evening that warm air will surge up and could give us a spritz or sprinkle ahead of this front. this front is what will us heavy rain tomorrow. and it brought the tornadic activity to the plains states. with us it loses that upper level strength with it and so we just get the rain out of it. which is a good thing. so today you see clouds coming off the atlantic. warm air surging up that warm air will bring us a spritz or sprinkle this evening and tonight and then the front arrives tomorrow morning. city by midday. heavy drenching rain and could create some flooding problems around intersections where leaves have been gathered up and catch basins and poor drainage areas that kind of thing, you see by tomorrow night around 8:00, 9:00 it ends here in new jersey and 10:00 in the city and after midnight out toward the east and that keeps sliding eastward. after school today kids great earth for sports. -- weather for sports. cloudy skies and breaks of sun and 58 degrees and breezy at times but it's great after school today. get outside and enjoy it. tomorrow there'll be some
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possible sports cancellations with this rain coming tomorrow. which could be on the order of an inch or two and then the front slides through and gives us some nice weather for friday. and then a cooler shot of air is poised to give us a jolt on sunday. sunday we're talking about looking at cold air driving down we're looking at our first shot of 30s for highs north of the city. a hard freeze sunday night north of the city. maybe even some wet snow flakes cold air comes in with 40s next week. cloudy with sunshine and clouds mixed today. it's milder and we're at 58. mostly cloudy tonight and little shower a little drizzle and then tomorrow it's windy warmer ask that heavy rain is in the afternoon tomorrow. so it starts around lunchtime and we're at 64. your accuweather seven day forecast. we've got the rain thursday. we've got a couple of nice days friday and saturday but sunday, that's our real jolt we're looking at. real feels in the 30s. a few snow flakes. north and west. not @ usual flakes -- the usual flakes that we see on the streets and sidewalks but it's the flakes of the sky that could be around. the first ones and that would
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be on sunday. but looking at temperatures next week as we go toward thanksgiving going to feel hike thanksgiving next week. >> really? highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s. a little cooler than normal. >> how does that happen in november? oh the silence. going to hit me off the air. please. >> i don't want to explain why. >> you see the bruise on my face you'll know. >> i'm just explaining what's going to happen. >> you did very well. heather? let's go to the maps and i can tell you why you don't want to use the western spur of the new jersey turnpike because we have the overturned truck on the southbound side right near exit 15 w. so you can see that delay starting right around route 3 and taking you down into the accident scene. this is an overturned truck. northbound north of exit 15 w, you have two lanes closed down. so right here is where the mixing bowl is. this is where the western spur and the eastern spur split off. you can see we have delays
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so this would be the pulaski sky kay here, subways are running on or close to schedule. and you are taking metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit, everything is running on time. and fdr drive construction still with us 70s up into the 90s. southbound getting down into 96th street. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. ken and lori over to you. all right heather thank you. it's 5:16. and we're keeping updated on breaking news. deadly police raids in a suburb north of paris. and as you can see right here, large police presence at this hour. the same location where at least two people have been killed. >> and the time has arrived the crown "people" magazine's sexiest man alive. we're going to show you the
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5:19. back live now with the raid in paris, police now say they have arrested seven people in a massive raid on a paris suburb apartment. now going after the mastermind of friday's attacks on the french capital. they launched the massive raid almost seven hours ago and they now report one man is still in the apartment and we've heard gunfire and explosions. two people have been killed and at least five police officers have been injured. this is a very active and a very dangerous scene. 5:19. and the race for president. the field of candidates shrinking once again. louisiana governor bobby jindal has announced he is dropping
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out of the 2016 race ending a campaign that failed to gain much support among republicans. the 44-year-old conservative is not ready to endorse another candidate yet but intends to presidential nominee. well, "people" magazine has named its sexiest man alive. >> yeah this year's honor goes to retired soccer superstar david beckham. the big reveal came on last night's episode of "jimmy kimmel live." >> he vacuums and he's a romantic husband. how do you feel right now is this exciting for you? >> i mean, it's the best moment of my career. i can't believe it. >> it is -- is there anyone you'd like to -- >> picking beckham is a surprise, "people" usually names an actor of a big movie that's on the way. >> and you can see the sexiest man alive on "good morning america" beginning at 7:00. >> but is he happy? >> probably. [ laughter ] >> all right. 5:20 and you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans also
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i would think david beckham is very happy. >> yes. >> every night when he goes home, i'm sure he is very happy. here's what's going on this morning, we are looking at what's going to be a morning of clouds. but it also at the same time we've got some wind out of the east northeast that's coming in that's going to go southeast today taking the ferry over today? you can see we have some moderate humidity and we still are going to see clouds and sun and it's going to be a nice day. just a little light east wind. yesterday was a little bouncy on the ferry. that's calmed down today and a pretty nice day. we are going to have temperatures that are above normal. sunshine and 58 this afternoon five degrees warmer than normal for this time of the year. it's weather then heather every seven minutes. what's going on out there? i facebooked and tweeted out a picture of the accident on the new jersey turnpike, it's pretty active as we go to the maps i can tell you we still have the overturned truck on the western spur. the accident itself is on the southbound side near 15 w it's an overturned truck but of course you have emergency activity going northbound
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getting into 15 w where two lanes are closed down. so what they're going to do is they're going to force you off and then you have to go up here on the salesperson our and -- eastern spur and that's the way you can get up. the lincoln tunnel, the eastern spur looks like your best bet for sure. going southbound getting down into the area that's going to be a pretty heavy ride for you. we're also looking at long island railroad and metro-north and new jersey transit are doing fine. subways are running on or close to schedule. and fdr drive we still have construction north 70s up to the 90s and southbound rfk triborough to 96th street and street cleaning rules are in effect, over to you ken and lori. heather thank you. police are hot on the trail of a the world's -- the world east most wanted terrorist. still ahead we are updating breaking developments on the terror raids north of paris. >> at least two people are now
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traction and hang seng is down. wall street. the dow and nasdaq became a couple of points higher, right now futures are pointing to a lower open. a major airline in the united states is banning passengers from checking their four-legged friends. >> abc's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan have this morning's business headlines. >> reporter: good morning, topping america's money, delta airlines changing its pet policy. >> the airline says beginning next march it will no longer allow pets to be checked as baggage. some will be allowed in the cabin but larger ones will have to be shipped as cargo. it's safer for the animals delta says. underwhelm ming numbers being reported for the new so- called female viagra. there have been fewer than 230 prescriptions in its first month open the market. >> during the first month for men, more than half a million prescriptions were filled. and a website is analyzed a top retailers for my favorites black friday. >> the site wallet hub says the
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jcpenney and kohl's and groupon. the most discounts will be found in toys and clothing. >> exactly what a mom is looking for this time of the year. >> that and cheese no doubt. >> that's america's money. 5:27. and we are learning new details about the deadly terror raid in france. we just learned now seven suspected terrorists have been arrested and our jim dolan is live on the scene gathering new dell tails -- details and we'll get a live update at 5:30. >> and rain back in the forecast, meteorologist bill exclusive accuweather forecast
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stay with us. and we have team coverage this morning. eyewitness news reporter dray clark is in the newsroom. we are going to start though
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the scene all morning long in saint-denis. jim? >> reporter: well, lori, the police absolutely stormed this small suburb just north of paris early today. they came in here overnight in massive form. hundreds of police officers surrounding this area and then closing in. take a look back here at what we can see from here. this is where it's all begin on. you see the police vehicles there are ambulances back there. and around 4:15, they surrounded this town looking at one particular apartment. since then, five people have in. it was a thunder rouse response and an exchange of gunfire here. [ sound of gunfire ] that gunfire went on for well over an hour. some people say two hours of that here. again seven people raced and three -- arrested and three from inside the target
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blow herself up with a suicide vest. lori as you say, the target of all this is a man named abdelhamid abaaoud. and he is from belgium. you have heard his name this week. he is the person that prosecutors believe is the mastermind of the attack in paris. the man who planned it from the beginning and recruited the people who ended up carrying it out. he is the man who was the target we are not sure yet whether he was arrested. we want to be clear, this is still an ongoing situation here. there are reports that one person is still holed up in that apartment. it's not clear who that is what his agenda might be. but seven people have been arrested. that number just went up in the last several minutes. seven people now arrested. and in custody and one person we are told still holed up in that apartment. we're going to keep following this for you and we'll have developments as the morning goes on. for now reporting live from saint-denis just north of paris, jim dolan, channel 7
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eyewitness news. >> jim thank you. and the paris attacks have ramped up the international determination to confront isis in syria and iraq. eyewitness news reporter dray clark continues our coverage now. he is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: good morning lori. the french government has been relentless in its retaliation aimed squarely at dismantling and destroying isis. and the french president is making sure he lines up allies to form a strong coalition of military power in the war against isis. french president hollande goes before parliament again today. they are looking ad a three month extension of the state of emergency and changes to their constitution. duel nationals could believe stripped of french citizenship. and parliament could create a new status short of all-out war. in which police would take exceptional powers. hollande will meet with president obama in washington next tuesday and with russian
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the russian air assault on isis turned savage with attacks by dozens of missiles and heavy bombers. the french air campaign also growing more intense with isis command and training facilities destroyed in raqqa. the syrian city that is home to the isis leadership. but isis and its sympathizers are still very much hard at work planning more attacks and looking for more soft targets something government leaders around the world are very much aware of. and certainly doing everything they can to try and prevent another attack from happening on their soil. dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. it's 5:33. meanwhile, bomb threats led to the evacuations of two stadiums in germany. the country's top security official refused to provide any details because quote part of the answers would have set the public -- would upset the public. one stadium was set to host a soccer game. the other a concert. no explosions were found at either stadium. there have been to arrests --
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the white house reached out to governors about their efforts to block syrian regs from being admitted to the states. obama administration officials held a 90 minute conference call with governors concerned about terrorists speaking into the u.s. as refugees. more than 30 governors mostly republicans including new jersey governor chris christie want to stop refugee settlements in their states. only the federal government controls the settlement program. >> we don't have the data bases to be able to do this at the state level. we just don't. we count on the department of homeland security if fbi and -- and the fbi and cia. @ president degraded the folks. >> screening for refugeesen clouds an interview overseas biometrics fingerprinting and investigations to determine if they pose security risks. 5:34. presidential candidate hillary clinton says that she will lay out her plan tomorrow to stop isis. clinton marked the announcement in a press release but
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disclosed few details other than she'll be here in new york to reveal the plan. she also says that during saturday's democratic presidential debate, that isis cannot be contained it must be defeated. stay with eyewitness news and abc news for updates on the police raids in paris suburb after saint-denis and we will not coto -- of saint-denis and we will continue to bring you updates on the facebook and twitter pages. 5:35. we turn to the forecast and pence bill evans says rain on the way for tomorrow? bill? >> rain is on the way and we have a nice mild day today. a mixture of sun and clouds before the rain gets here and warm air is going to surge up today. we have a nice strict here and the temperature at this hour is a little warmer than normal around 47. we should be around 41, 42 degrees for the overnight period and cloudy skies. a little light east wind that eventually comes in out of the east right now but eventually that's going to turn to the south and really warm things up today and tonight and tomorrow ahead of this front that will bring us rain tomorrow by midday. today we're going to have a nice day.
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it's a little cool this morning with clouds and we'll have breaks of sun and get to 58 this afternoon. that's about five degrees warmer than normal. then some drizzle around as that warm air surges up and over us. that will create some sprinkles so we're looking at clouds and sun after school kids. 58 degrees grab a jacket this morning. you'll need that. the rain tomorrow and the weekend got a cold jolt coming on sunday. heather. that's coming in the accuweather forecast, i'm sure you're excited about that. >> so excited about it. a cold jolt. can't wait. let's go right over to the maps and i can't wait for this accident to be cleared on the new jersey turnpike, this has been there for some time. it's the western spur south right near exit 15 w. overturned truck. northbound left lane is closed down with emergency vehicles. tending to the accident. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit all doing okay. subways are running on or close to schedule. and if you are heading on the saw mill river parkway north right near virus field road. that's an accident. and unfortunately a car hit a deer. so they're trying to get that
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all taken care of. brooklyn bridge inbound closed george washington bridge lincoln and holland they all have minor delays. no major problems to report. george washington bridge down. that has all been reopened and all the traffic moving across the span with no hay major problems to report at this point. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. ken over to you. all right heather thank you. 5:37. some good news an amazing rescue caught on camera in queens and an fdny lieutenant look at that saving an infant from a burning home. eyewitness news reporter kala rama live at the scene in corey that. kala good morning. >> reporter: ken good morning to you, i can tell you the family has reason to smile this morning, despite their home being gutted right before the holidays. it's pretty hard on their five children that live here but i can tell you all of the children made it out safely including the newborn that was rescued from the attic.
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and that's why they're smiling. an fdny lieutenant rescued this 3-week-old baby boy from the smoky attic of the burning home. it was no easy task for him. the child's parents were outside yell there's a baypy in the attic. the firefighter rushed in and he only heard the baby's whimpers. he could barely see in that smoke filled room and he felt his way around and was able to feel the baby's leg and got baby sanjay out of his crib. four other children made it it safely along with their parents and grandma. anita brown is the baby's aunt and says the baby is still in the hospital this morning being monitored. >> sanjay is fine, he's doing okay. right now they just want to get him to eat you know. the mom she's doing all right. my sister is right beside her baby. and they are doing fine. they're doing fine. >> there's no word on how this fire started yet but thal again is thankful to those firefighters who the red cross they're taking care of them this morning and their only hope is that they can get back
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into the the home maybe by christmas. live in queens, kala rama, channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. but they're all alive and doing well. that's all that matters. >> still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, very latest on the deadly police raids in the suburb north of paris, this is a live look. a saint-denis where we know at least two people have been killed and seven suspected terrorists are now in police custody. we will bring you new developments as they come in. >> also ahead intense flames ripping through a home in queens. coming up, why officials say
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the latest happened last night on 66th avenue and firefighters were on the scene within minutes. but as you can see, the flames were so intense by the time they arrived. luckily though, nobody was hurt. but residents are very worried. >> very concerned about all the neighborhood because this is not the first time, within the week, the house couple of blocks this way got burned the same way. and we're very concerned what's going on about our -- you know, communities. >> the first fire happened ten days ago on 112th street. both have been labeled suspicious. the police and fire departments are working together now to
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figure out how they started. 5:43. new details now on a double shooting in a brooklyn subway station, now being called an ambush. two men were shot there and just one was the intended target. moments later surveillance video from a nearby grocery store recorded what may be the gunman. he had left behind a scene of chaos and blood. >> i heard one shot. and i heard a series of shots. >> you didn't know where it was coming from. who was shotting. >> bam. boom. >> it was officer in the train station and so he came out and he's like which way did he go? >> police say the intended target was shot in the back and he is expected to recover. the innocent bystander who was shot remains in critical condition. 5:43 and let's check in with meteorologist bill evans. and your accuweather forecast. >> all right here's what's going on this morning as we look from our camera here on the roof looking across to the chrysler building over to roosevelt islandling and the east river is -- island and the east river the s right there. -- is right there.
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straighten that up a little bit. here we go a look at the morning and you can see down the jersey shore here, we have a pretty morning, 63% the humidity the winds are east and the pressure has been steady. look at that. so that's strong high pressure over us normally 30.00 is good enough for our fair weather mark. today we get extra credit and high number yesterday 52 right at normal. and the low yesterday morning was 40. so right at our normal overnight low this morning we're little warmer than that and we'll have is a nice sunrise coming up here at 6:46. probably too cloudy as sunset rolls around at 4:30. 5 little drizzle this evening and tonight and windy and warmer tomorrow. rain moves in tomorrow morning around midday and heaviest in the afternoon and then we have some sunny weather for friday and saturday and a big chill coming for sunday. to talk about. hopatcong is 34. hackettestown 35 and 32 right over here toward blarestown. low 30s. 31 poughkeepsie. chilly numbers outside the city to the north and east and 42 to 39 long island and coastal connecticut.
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a little east wind here today. that's important to note that means high pressure is sliding eastward and then around that, will come a southerly wind tonight and that's what will pick up you know the spritzes and sprinkles. just have some high clouds being sheered off here by upper level winds and off of the storms here to the west. this is the cold front we're talking about coming our way for tomorrow. and there might be a little drizzle this evening with that warm air coming in off the atlantic down from the south that might create a spritz and sprinkle. but you can see that 2:00 a.m. some sprinkles around. your morning commute might have a sprinkle but it's midday you see sock here now the -- 10:00 here the computer guidance is showing it to the hudson river valley and the city southward spreading out lunchtime across coastal connecticut and long island. it will continue into the evening hours and 5:00 you can see it's still raining. might wind down by 7:00, 8:00 west of the city and after midnight eastward. that gives us a fair amount of rain, maybe rain in some spots. much-needed rain. after school 58 and clouds and breaks of sun. really nice after school kiddos. here comes the front for tomorrow.
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with this rain. but the front is out of the way by tomorrow night. and sets up a nice friday. but sunday, it's jolt of cold as a matter of fact. a hard freeze sunday night into monday. 20s in the northern suburbs and jet stream drops south allows this cold air to come in here in time for thanksgiving week. clouds and sun and milder today. we're looking at 58-degrees and it's mostly cloudy. tonight a shower and a little drizzle. but tomorrow in the afternoon and evening shower hours and temperature into the mid 60s. so you see we have some nice weather for friday. a great day sat with normal temperatures but sunday it's going to get cold. a chilly blend of sun and clouds maybe a spritz or sprinkle and maybe a few snow flakes off to our north and to our west. then next week as we head toward thanksgiving, we're looking at highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s. so make sure the furnace is working and you have the warm gear and you're ready to go. start to settle into late fall and early winter.
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want to say happy birthday to the boss today. >> yes. mr. davis. >> uh-huh. no -- mickey mouse. [ laughter ] >> it's awesome is today -- >> is it both their birthdays? >> he has mickey mouse birthday. >> wow. [ laughter ] >> is that a connection there? >> there you go. >> very cool. >> two good bosses. >> yes that's right. >> absolutely. >> mickey is 87. doesn't look a day over 20. >> there you go. >> yeah, well -- >> well? how we doing? let's check on the traffic. yeah. so we have some traffic let's go right over to the web cam and show you on the l.i.e. right near marathon parkway. not doing too badly as you go eastbound, westbound you're going to find a little bit of a delay and then checking out the eastern spur of the turnpike, this is by 16 e you're doing okay up here going to the run. but on the maps -- lincoln tunnel. but on the map 15 w western spur south near 15 w overturned truck. northbound has left lane closed down with emergency vehicles.
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mass transit is doing okay. problems 168th street and street cleaning rules are in you. heather thank you. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, we are working that breaking story from france and at least two terrorists have been killed. seven have been arrested in overnight raids in saint-denis and we just received word that operation in the paris suburb of saint-denis is over. our jim dolan is on the scene gathering new details and he'll
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5:50. back live in paris now. just after eight hours of this, the assault on a suburban apartment is over.
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it ended just moments ago. the target was the mastermind of last friday's bloody attacks, two people have been killed and one of them was a woman who detonated her own suicide belt and another seven people have been arrested. and police say there is one person still in the apartment. jim dolan live at the scene tells us at least five police officers have been injured in the assault. a specific group of new yorkers with outstanding warrants are getting a chance to wipe the slate clean without fear of arrest, residents can clear out standing warrants for non-violent offenses, qualifying including disorderly conduct, public consumption of alcohol and possession of marijuana. well, all pregnant women in new york moms and new york city will soon be able to receive screening and treatment for depresentation. the new initiative calls for the city's public hospitals and me monties medical center to screen and connect all new mothers with mental health treatment over the next two years. the greater new york hospital
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association will work toward the same goal as its hospitals. mayor bill de blasio said screening for maternal depression should be a part of routine care. well, also a new report finds a that more people are getting sexually transmitted diseases. researchers found chlamydia cases increased by nearly 3%. 1.4million cases in 2014. that is the most ever recorded gonorrhea and syphilis also increased. most gonorrhea and chlamydia infections were in the 15 to 24- year-olds and most syphilis cases were among gay and bisexual men. it's 5:52. uber adding flu shots to its list of promotions. users can select the uber health option in the app will be delivered wellness packs tomorrow for just $10. anyone who orders the perk will have the option also to request a free flu shot from a registered nurse for up to ten people. how cool is that? >> very. all right. it is 5:52. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning --
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we just received word the police raids in the suburb of france have just ended. but searchers are still under-- searches are still underway and they went on for almost eight hours though and our jim low dan is live -- dolan is live in saint denies and will have a live report at the top of the hour, all the ongoing activity there. >> and meteorologist bill evans will return with another look
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so the only thing they see is that beautiful bird. go ahead. let 'em judge. he you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. here on eyewitness news this morning. it's 5:55 and we have cloudy skies and temperatures are pretty close to normal actually just a little bit warmer than normal for this hour the day. 41 around new city and newark is 48 and 47 around the park and an east wind here today and eventually going to go southerly today and pick up the moisture in the moderate range. we're looking at a pretty good ride taking the ferry over today.
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the batter temperature is 53 and the winds are northeast at 9. not bad. clouds. by afternoon we're going to get to about 58 degrees and looking at a nice day. warmly. we're going to be looking at 40s this morning with clouds and sun. so make sure you got all your warm gear with the huckleberries out there. the overturned truck on the new jersey turnpike. the northbound western spur you're going to find the left lane closed down with emergency vehicles. and it's the southbound side where the accident is on the western spur right near 15 w overturned truck. crews are out there trying to get that taken care of. you can use the eastern spur going northbound going southbound. looks pretty clear here. but i'm sure you'll pick up way. hackensack river drawbridge is disappearing up to the top. but the hackensack river drawbridge is in the up position and that means traffic is jammed. okay. ken and lori over to you.
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all right heather thank you. as we approach 6:00, we're following that breaking news out of france. a standoff has just ended on the outskirts of paris as police search for the alleged mastermind of last week's terror spree. french president along with president obama both monitoring the situation very closely and we have a live report from the scene of all the drama. >> also breaking right now deadly shooting in brooklyn, we're getting our first look at patients across the country have spoken. they recently rated their care experience at over
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[ sound of gunfire ] breaking news at 6:00. heavily armed police engage in an active shootout with suspects tied to the massacre in paris. authorities closing in on the alleged mastermind of the attack less than a mile from where it all began on friday. and good morning.
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