tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC January 15, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
a rapist is on the run after an alleged attack inside the port authority bus terminal. we are live with details on the popular online dating web site where the suspect tracked down the victim. >> get out and enjoy the sun and the january warmth today. we will see rain tomorrow followed by another dip in temperatures. >> good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> i'm shirleen allicot in for ken rosato. nice to be here today. and we thank you for joining us. it's friday, january 15th. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> here we go. a look outside, partly cloudy skies. we have a great start to your friday. and your 6:00 temperature will be 37 degrees. our normal afternoon high in the city and around the five boroughs is 38. 30 to kingston and poe. carmel 27. 32 bridgeport.
but they are way above normal. the weekend features rain and then bitter cold. we will talk about that next. weather then heather every seven minutes. we talk subway status. service on or close to schedule. into summit new jersey, morris closed between mountain and sayre street with a water main break near overlook hospital, close to the middle school as well. major construction project starting at midnight, inbound george washington bridge ramp to the southbound side of the harlem river drive will close. this will last for 56 hours until monday at 8:00 a.m. we have alternates for you. head southbound on the west side highway, head southbound on the major deegan. if you want to take the harlem river drive go northbound, exit at dyckman, south on broadway to 179th or to 155th street to amsterdam avenue. street cleaning rules in effect
lori, over to you. >> heather, thank you. a rape investigation is underway at the port authority bus terminal after a woman said she was attacked while meeting a guy for a date. eyewitness news reporter dray clark is live in midtown. >> reporter: good morning, lori. the port authority bus terminal is a big place, a public place. the victim thought she would be safe here. she met her would be attacker on the popular dating web site e harmony. the man called himself receive friday kent. they met at the port authority bus terminal monday around 4:00. she said the man immediately tried to take her to a hotel and when she told him no, she said the man told her he had a gun pointed at her back. she said the man then forced her into a sway tunnel where he raped her. the victim managed to feel her way to 41st street where she flagged down a firefighter and
happened to her and she was rushed to the hospital. she was taken to the hospital again where she was treated and she has now since then been working with the port authority to try to give them a better description of her attacker. the problem is port authority police don't have a good detailed description of what the man looks like. they are trying to get the word out here because they are still concerned that he may very well still be in the area, perhaps with his sights set on another person. if you have any information or perhaps you may have met this guy under the same circumstances using the name jeffrey kent, the police want to hear from you. they want to catch him before he does the same thing to someone else. live in midtown, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you for that. breaking news now. we are learning more about a deadly bus crash in japan. we have learned in the last hour that police are taking a
that has a long record of driver violations and one of its buses was ordered off the road two days ago. early this morning, 14 people were killed and 27 injured when one of the ski tour buses broke through a guardrail and slid part way down a mountain side. investigators report the road was clear and free of ice and snow. and developing overnight in indonesia, three men linked to isis are under arrest for yesterday's terror attacks in jakarta. the men were picked up in free dawn raids and police found an isis flag in one man's home. the attacks killed two people an injured 20. five attacksers were killed by police with their own suicide vests. a random and unprovoked attack left a man badly hurt. he did not know the extent of the injuries until he looked in the mirror. he was walking home on east
said a man slashed him across the face and knocked him to the ground. martin has more than 100 stitches in his face. he wants his attacker to turn himself in before someone else gets hurt. it has been a miserable 18 months for the people inside a building in the bronx living without the use of gas. people who live at 2200 aqua duct avenue rallied to demand their landlord fix the problem. they say most residents can't use their stoves and have no heat. some gas lines were turned on in october but many apartments are still out in the cold. >> we have children who are sleeping with their hoodies, scarves, sweaters, sweats so they can stay warm over the winter. >> i bought some electronic devices that help me. sometimes we go to restaurants.
landlord for comment but have yet to hear back. it's 6:05. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> here we go. let's take a look from our camera at 4 time's square, midtown southward past 1 world trade down to staten island. we are looking at good weather. we are looking at a nice morning. temperatures warmed two degrees. it's 37. partly cloudy, light north wind from midtown. clouds will come up today. we will have the cloudy break of sun, cloudy, break of sun. warm air currentlying from the south. that will replace the cooler air. that will give us a few more clouds. we have rain around memphis that will come to us by the time we get to midnight that rolls in. nice start to the weekend with mild temperatures. near 50 this afternoon. normal high is 38. we are almost hitting that right now. kiddos at the bus stop, grab a
after school it will be around 50. get outside. get exercise if you don't have athletics after school. it will be a great day to be outside. the weekend features rain and mild temperatures. then bitter cold makes a come back. heather is looking at the commute. >> commuting in or out of staten island, not a bad ride. we have a problem in staten island that involves an overturned vehicle. we will check in with john del giorno in newscopter 7. good morning, john. >> that's right, heather. we have local problems in the oak wanted section of staten island. this accident is right in front of monsignor farrell high school. it involved an overturned vehicle happening during the overnight hours. police are still on the scene. in the last two minutes they uprighted the vehicle. you can see it hooked up. they got it back up on its wheels. this is amboy road, again in front of monsignor farrell high school. you can see police are on the scene. the southbound lanes are shut down.
reopened so traffic can pass through. >> thank you, john. we will take a look at what is happening commuting via subway. service on or close to schedule. want this local problem in summit morris avenue in new jersey closed between mountain and sayre street with an ongoing water main break. today. shirleen, lori, over to you. still ahead, a new case of ebola discovered in west africa, a day after the world health organization said the region was ebola free. >> goldman sachs agrees to pay a huge settlement for its role
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we learned overnight a new case of ebola has been discovered in west africa. the news comes one day after the world health organization said the ebola outbreak was over. tests done on a woman that died earlier this month in sierra leone came back positive for ebola. authorities are tracing anyone she came in contact with before going to the hospital. goldman sachs agreed to pay $5 billion to settle federal,
the financial crisis. goldman had a prime role in the sale of toxic mortgages in the years leading up to the housing bubble. the bank agreed to pay $1.8 billion in consumer relief. that will include loan forgiveness for underwater homeowners as well as support for affordable housing. the rest of the money goes to the federal government. the giants introduce their new head coach who is also their old offensive coordinator. ben mcadoo takes over. he is set to hold the first news conference since officially being named to the post. mcadoo has been in charge of big blue's offense the past two seasons. he is the nfl's second youngest head coach. stay with eyewitness news for complete coverage of the big announcement. former giants head coach tom coughlin has taken himself out of the running of the eagles coaching search.
and won two super bowls. on to another stop on the coaching carousel. the man coughlin could have replaced in philadelphia has landed in san francisco. former eagles head coach chip kelly has been hired by the 49ers. kelly spent three years in philly. time for a check on the accuweather forecast. >> let's check in with bill evans who stepped outside. >> it feels great out here. comfortable. no wind for one thing. for this time of the year, this is quite comfortable. everything is looking nice. comfortable. grab a coat. later on it will be come fortable. it may get to be suit weather, jacket weather. here is a look outside from our camera in brooklyn looking to the battery to wall street, to bowling green, northeast wind the 5. temperature of 37. 38 is the normal high.
we will be at 48 to 50 today. 20s to 30s up the hudson river valley. it's warm for this hour of the day. we have clouds and warm air surging up. even though we have a light northeast wind the upper level winds are out of the southwest. that will push rain down around the mid-mississippi valley and that will get here this evening. we are around 51, 48, 51 degrees. tonight there comes the rain after midnight. a look at temperatures well above the freezing mark to about monticello to albany. that's where the snow and rain could mix. there is rain in massachusetts, too. you are not looking at snow there. you have to go up to northern new england where it's cold enough for the no and cold air pouring in saturday into sunday. after school what a great day. 50 degrees. here comes the rain surging from the south. there goes the low well to the north and west. when the lows track to the
year we are on the warm side. saturday morning rain. by afternoon sunshine. near 50. then sunday it will get colder. a few clouds this afternoon, near 50. tonight the rain at midnight, patchy fog, 42. tomorrow morning rain then sunshine by afternoon, 50 degrees. then we look at sunshine into next week but it will be bitter cold. might be flurries late monday. monday's low 21. single digits north and west. bright and brisk tuesday. we will warm up to the normal high by thursday. into the end of this month and into february, we will have ourselves good chances for snow across the area. you heard patrick talking about his butler. he said, quote, butler, he didn't know he had one. >> i have a butler. >> do you have him with you. >> i would like to introduce
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avenue closed down between mountain and sayre street with a water main break near overlook hospital. on the new jersey turnpike, newark bay extension eastbound expect delays getting into exit 14-a. our street cleaning rules are in effect today. lori, shirleen, over to you. >> users of a high-tech thermostat are upset over new software upgrades. >> reena ninan and kendis gibson report. >> in text bites, interconnected thermostats are malfunctioning since they got a software update last month. it has been resolved for over 99% of customers. >> oh, the 1%. amazon is slashing prime membership prices. >> starting today until sunday,
that's $23 off the usual price. espn getting serious about gaming. >> they launched a new division called espn e sports. >> a special hub will cover the world of competitive gaming tournaments. top gamers can make more than a million dollars a year. >> that is a lot of money. >> for just playing around. jersey. live pictures over the scene of a fire in burlington. the fire is burning through a row of buildings on st. mary's street. >> at least one person was hurt. the cause, as you might imagine, is still under investigation. we will keep you posted. in the meantime, it's 6:18. still ahead this morning, just when we thought big cell phone companies were beginning to give customers a break, new
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u.s. stock futures are pointing to a deep sell off one day after stocks posted big gains. the dow starts at 16,379. nasdaq and s&p 500 had a great day on thursday. >> nikkei closed slightly lower. hong kong hang seng index dropped more than 1 1/2 percent. cell phone companies are charging customers more than ever for overrages. a survey conducted by a financial services company found one in five cell phone customers reported paying overages over the last six months. 28% of at&t customers say they were charged for overrages.
mobile reported the same. jpmorgan chase, bank of america and wells fargo made more than $6 million in atm and overdraft fees last year. democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders with sanders promising to cap them at $2 if he is elected. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans. >> we are looking at skies that are clear to partly cloudy. nice visibility this morning. taking the ferries from staten island in jersey city from brooklyn, a light north win. nice ride. next seven hours temperature rising fast to 46 by 1:00 this afternoon. sunshine into the afternoon with a few clouds. we will get to near 50 today. some very nice weather on this
year. she is above normal. quarter looking at mass transit, doing fine. problem on the taconic south of pudding street a multivehicle accident. the area. one of the cars has overturned. use a lot of caution traveling there. hartsdale, route 100-a between maplewood and secord you have a fallen tree. morris avenue closed between mountain and sayre street with a water main break. street cleaning rules are in effect. a private funeral is in the planning stages for david bowie rock icon. his family posted a note titled thank you for bowie's web site as well as social media pages.
the one at carnegie hall in march are not official memorials. buoy's family says all tributes are -- bowie's family says all tributes are welcome. we set up a slide show of bowie's life and career at abc7ny. you can leave your tributes for him on our facebook and twitter pages. chipotle will close its doors at all restaurants across the country for one day to meet the employees. they will attend a meeting on february 8th about how to safeguard against food safety issues after he colo and norovirus outbreaks. chipotle's founder and ceo announced the restaurant chain will double the amount of free food it gives away this year. we are closing in on 6:30. still ahead this morning, the rape investigation underway at the port authority bus terminal
a predator is on the run after a woman says she was raped by a man that was supposed to meet her for a date. ted cruz takes a swipe at the people of new york city. >> it's a beautiful start to the weekend. but there is rain in the forecast. we want to get ready for a big swing in the temperatures ahead. >> good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> i'm shirleen allicot in for ken rosato.
seven minutes away from weather and traffic and meteorologist bill evans. >> well, here we go. temperatures this morning, starting out with close to the normal afternoon high temperature here at 37 in the park. 37 here around laguardia. 35 j.f.k. a pretty nice morning outside with a very light wind today. we will be looking at -- look at 30 around poughkeepsie. it will give way to beautiful weather today with sunshine and 38 by 7:00. 46 noontime. 49 later on. 50 degrees today. the wind goes north and rain comes in by midnight which we will talk about next in your weekend. happy friday. >> happy friday to you. we will go over here. mass transit looks great if you u.s. new jersey transit. icing condition reported
hartsdale route 100-a, fallen tree. route 100 a is closed down. amboy road, staten island both ways near reidel avenue. that is an accident being cleared away. it's near the high school. try to avoid that spot if you can while they are doing that accident investigation near reidel avenue. morris avenue, we heard it's closed between mountain and sayre. we will check up on that. john said he is not seeing much action through there. street cleaning rules are in effect today. lori, over to you. >> heather, thank you. updating breaking news for you in new jersey. we just learned that three people are now hurt in a raging fire in burlington. a live look at the scene. the fast-moving fire started on st. mary's street and burned through other homes. we are told at least one person suffered smoke inhalation. we will continue to update you on the breaking story. new this morning, a rapist is
the port authority bus terminal. it began as an innocent meeting between strangers. dray clark sent out this tweet after arriving on the scene this morning. he joins us from midtown. >> good morning, lori. the 28-year-old victim said she met her would be attacker on the popular web site e harmony. the man called himself on the web site jeffrey kent. monday afternoon the two men here at the port authority bus terminal, the victim thought it was a public place with plenty of people. she thought she would be safe. the moment she met the man, he wanted to go to a hotel. when she refused, the man told her he had a gun to her back. she then said the man forced her into a sec crudded area at the bus terminal which she believes is an old subway tunnel where she says the man raped her. after the rape the victim made
she flagged down a fir and told him what happened. she was rushed to the hospital. since the attack the victim has been working with the port authority police department to try to provide them with a better deaths description first of her attacker and also to try and lead them to the area where she was attacked. police do not have a detailed description of who the man might be. they are still very concerned that he may be out here somewhere, perhaps in the terminal. they are warning women to be careful. in the meantime, if by chance you came across the name jeffrey kent on the e harmony web site, the police would like to hear from you because they are disseparate to find this man before he tries the same thing on someone else. live in midtown, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> dray, thank you. friends and family will say the final farewells to one of the columbia university students killed in a bus crash
21-year-old daniella move son a junior at barnyard was one of 30 volunteers who worked with clumps medical brigade program. she and two others were killed wednesday when the bus crashed and fell into a ravine heading to the airport to come home. the suspect in an armed bank robbery on long island is in serious condition after he was shot by a security guard. it happened at a chase bank around 6:00 last night in franklin square. police say the man announced he would rob the bank before pulling out a gun and pointing it at two security guards. one is a retired security guard. he opened fire hitting the suspect. police have not identified the suspect. we do know he underwent surgery last night and is expected to survive. more than a week after the alleged gang rape of an 18-year- old woman in a brooklyn park,
the d.a.'s office admitted that they could not meet the deadline to secure indictments against the teenagers. an attorney for the one of the suspects says it is a step in the right direction in a case that has only proved to confuse investigators. >> i see an incredible amount of doubt. the 5th suspect is being held on a prior charge. nypd officers confronted an armed suspect in the bronx and the dramatic moments were caught on camera. the surveillance video shows two officers in morris heights with guns drawn ordering an armed suspect to drop the gun he was carrying. this happened monday night. the officers say they saw the man firing the gun just before they arrested him. we got breaking news in brooklyn. newscopter 7 just arrived over
involving a school bus and ambulance in the crown heights section of brooklyn. john del giorno joins us with the details. john? >> reporter: shirleen, what we see is severe damage to the ambulance. the report is that this was an accident between a school bus and ambulance at atlantic avenue and bedford. live pictures from newscopter 7. you can see the ambulance there up on the island of the roadway. now, they said a school bus was involved here. we did not get investors of injuries on the school bus. the initial report was that it suffered minor damage to the front end. you can see severe damage on this ambulance. we have word of two injuries. the westbound direction of atlantic avenue, that's the direction heading to barclay center, that is shut down while police continue to operate at the scene. john del giorno, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> quite a scene, thank you.
debate turned to confrontation last night as donald trump turned on ted cruz for insulting new york. eyewitness news reporter rob nelson is live. >> reporter: it's not a surprise that these two guys are going at each other. what did come as a surprise is that in recent days cruz has taken unexpected swipes at new york city. that forced donald trump who was born in queens to defend his hometown. the simmering tensions between donald trump and ted cruz finally erupted into a head to head battle. the two leading candidates tore into each other first with trump raising the birther issue then made fun of cruz what if he made him his vice presidential side kick only to
>> for some reason if he beats the rest of the field, he beats the rest of the field -- see, they don't like that. they don't like he beats the rest of the field because they want me. >> reporter: cruz then slammed trump for what he called his new york values. >> everybody understands it is pro liberal, pro-abortion, focused on money and the media. >> reporter: but trump fought back invoking how new yorkers came together after the world trade center fell. >> the people in new york fought and fought and fought. we saw more death and the smell of death. nobody understood it. it was with us for months, the smell, the air. we rebuilt downtown manhattan and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and new
that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> reporter: donald described new yorkers as loving and wonderful and amazing people. you may know this, earlier this week it came to light that ted cruz borrowed a million dollars from goldman sachs to finance his 2012 campaign for the senate. that lead that he may have issues with new york values but doesn't mind new york money. reporting live in midtown, rob nelson, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you, rob. stay with eyewitness news and abc news as we head into the primaries. "good morning america" picks up our coverage with a live report from south carolina beginning at 7:00. it's 6:39. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> yes, we new yorkers are full of love. we love a beautiful sunrise. it is on the way today. the most beautiful city in the world.
today is a perfect day to do that if if you -- if you are in our town. this is the lower east side around wall street. a beautiful day, one world trade aglow. nice start to the day. 37 degrees our temperature. that is one off the normal afternoon high. we have great weather. so, back to the west there is rain around the ohio valley and mid-mississippi valley that spreads up through the area but not until midnight. today 49 later on. near 50, very comfortable, great weather after school into this evening. this morning you need the jackets and sweaters at the bus stop. i give it an a. 50 with clouds and sun in the middle of january. heather is looking at the commute. >> i can take down my christmas decorations. >> that's an idea. down the taconic we have delays here. let's go to the maps and we
a multivehicle accident by pudding and another near peekskill hallow road. use caution. there is an icing condition out there. they will try to take care of that. new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro north doing type. harlem river drive this weekend, inbound george washington bridge ramp to the southbound harlem river drive will be closed. you can't get to it. starting on the northbound side, the ramp to the outbound side of the george washington bridge will have one lane open. this construction project will last 56 hours until monday morning at 8:00 a.m. we have alternates, across the george washington bridge, southbound on the west side highway or go southbound on the major deegan expressway. northbound you can go to the harlem river drive to dyckman south on broadway to 179th street or harlem river drive north to 155th then north on amsterdam to the george washington bridge. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect today. shirleen and lori, over to you.
still ahead on "eyewitness news this morning," a group of nypd officers prove once again even off duty they are always ready to serve when someone is in need. >> newscopter 7 is live over the breaking news we just showed you in brooklyn. at least two people are hurt after an accident involving a school bus and an ambulance. this is along atlantic avenue and bedford in the crown heights section. we will let you know about any
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we continue to follow breaking news in brooklyn. newscopter 7 is over a crash involving a school bus and ambulance in crown heights. >> john del giorno joins us with the very latest on this breaking story. john? >> reporter: shirleen and lori, we will update the situation. this accident happened apparently about 20 minutes ago. it looks like it happened in the westbound lanes of atlantic avenue. a school bus collided with this ambulance. the school bus received minor damage. we have been able to confirm there were no injuries on the school bus. we can't tell you if it was occupied at the time of the accident. from what i can tell, the school bus has driven away from the accident scene. the ambulance has fairly serious damage. we did learn there are two
unclear whether it was crew or patient but those people are being treated for injuries. the westbound lanes of atlantic avenue just reopened. that should help the traffic situation a bit. live over crown heights, john del giorno, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you, john. new this morning, three new york city police officers become heros hundreds of miles from home. the trio saved a woman's life on snowy interstate 80 near the ohio border. here is the three officers. they saved an elderly woman in a wheelchair. she was inside an ambulette that overturned. one officer cut her free and the other administered first aid. "good morning america" is up next. let's check in with robin roberts live in time's square. >> good to see you. >> new details in the powerball mystery, the case in california taking a bizarre turn after sources say reports of a winner could be a hoax.
winning tickets out of tennessee and florida coming up. we have 5-year-old leah still -- lori and shirleen she captivated our hearts how she bravely faced cancer. i remember her dad's speech at the espies. both will be here live. he said his little girl is cancer free. >> such a beautiful story. >> #leo strong. >> #leah strong. >> have a good weekend. time for a check on the accuweather forecast. >> let's check in with bill. >> before you get out the door, here is what you need to know. a nice morning. grab the coat, jacket, sweater. getting to work, getting to school. beautiful dawn in that is wollman rink with the lights on. intersection of 5th avenue at
sun is coming up. normal average afternoon high temperature is 38. so, we are starting off warm with a rising barometer. starts to a great day. yesterday 38 for the high. that is normal. sun starts at 7:18. sets at 4:52. i tell you this because the daylight hours are getting longer by two minutes a day. lots of sun. warming trend into the weekend. rain tomorrow morning. mild with sunny breaks. cold blast for sunday. it won't get above freezing on monday. 33 around the meadowlands. across long island, 34. we are looking at numbers that are nice and comfy. a few clouds to the west. rain down to the southwest around memphis, cape girardo, moving northeast from the southwest flow. this afternoon 51 down the jersey shore. 45 coastal connecticut. then here comes the rain, gets here at midnight. temperatures are above freezing
where it might be marginal, ice mixed in. traveling up there around 84 to monticello to albany, you might find ice mixed with rain. then it's gone. tomorrow afternoon in the upper 40s before we cool off for sunday. hire is the clouds come in by 4:00, 5:00 this evening. rain by midnight. letter monticello could have wet snow and ice mixed in and even into massachusetts, not the best of skiing with the rain but it will be cold enough to make snow sunday upstate new york. we have a few good shots of getting snow because the cold air will be in place. some of the lose will come out country. 50 degrees. near 50 is the temperature after school. get outside. 49 degrees and then looking at tomorrow about 50 after the rain goes by.
the weekend with clouds. 42 tonight and patchy fog. tomorrow morning rain and sunshine in the afternoon on saturday. but then look at sunday. booya. it gets cold. even into monday, we got a high of 29. enjoy. have a great weekend. >> you too, bill. >> thank you, bill. >> let's check in with heather. we have newscopter 7 above this accident in brooklyn in crown heights. there is a ton of activity going on. lots of traffic through this area of atlantic avenue in bedford. we have a tow truck on the scene to remove the ambulance involved in the accident. it did involve a school bus. the school bus left. thankfully at this time of the morning, most of the school buses are empty. it had minor damage. we will take a look at a webcam, newark bay extension of the turnpike into the newark bay bridge a disabled vehicle. that is being cleared away. mass transit is doing okay. street cleaning rules are in effect. shirleen, lori, over to you.
john. >> reporter: quick update. the school bus involved left the scene. it's not the school bus there that you see. that wasn't involved. minor damage. we are not sure there were children on the bus. no injuries. an update on the injuries in the ambulance, we are told two people, likely emts in serious but stable condition. you can see severe damage on the ambulance. we do have a lot of traffic in all directions. this accident at atlantic avenue and bedford. that is a busy intersection at this time of the morning with a lot of activity as this accident is being cleared. live over brooklyn, john del giorno, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> john, thank you for that. in response to the illegal drug epidemic across new york state, cvs pharmacy will sell the heroin antidote. 479 cvs pharmacies will sell narcan without a prescription.
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a school bus and an ambulance. >> let's get the latest from john del giorno. john? >> reporter: lori, we are getting to this as all lanes are reopened on atlantic avenue. this accident about a half hour ago between an ambulance and school bus. no injuries on the school bus that drove from the scene. the ambulance, two injuries on board. both serious but stable conditions. this intersection busy. a lot of traffic on atlantic avenue into the intersection of bedford. all lanes have just been reopened. live over brooklyn, john del giorno, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> john, thank you. new this morning, police are searching for a man that raped a woman at the port authority bus terminal after meeting her online. the suspect goes by jeffrey kent on e harmony. she was meeting him at port authority monday after. he wanted to take her to a hotel. when she refused, he told her he had a gun. >> scary stuff.
icing conditions in putnam. we have the taconic south of pudding an another near peekskill malo road. it's shut down. a lot of multivehicle accidents. take it easy if you are going up to that spot. a lot going on out there. >> all right. thank you, heather. >> a lot of times in that area you get the water run off from during the day. the sun comes out, heats it up then ices it overnight. we have a pretty sunrise. no precipitation, just clouds. rain tonight across much of the region. we are looking at 32 to 37 for the temperature to start the day. that is way warm and it only gets warmer today. we will look at sunshine, temperatures today get to about 50 degrees later on this afternoon. >> sunrise is beautiful. >> thank you. >> that will do it for us. i'm lori stokes. >> i'm shirleen allicot in for ken rosato. >> have a great day.