tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC January 28, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
breaking news at 6:00. a man shot in the head by police in jersey city. cops say their lives were at risk. >> also developing, two people struck by gunfire on long island. we are working to get details. >> manhole fire forces families from their homes in queens over a risk of dangerous fumes. good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> i'm ken rosato. we have a lot to get to including another morning with concerns of melting snow and black ice. >> you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans. >> well, i'm looking at temperatures here. they are plenty cold black ice to take place. this is what the streets look like on the upper west side, west 66th and columbus. they are west. however in the areas where it's colder, you see our temperatures are 34 at 6:00.
21 white plains. the possibilities are there for black ice this morning. we will have a nice day, though. sunshine and 42. the icy situation is the only problem today. snow for tomorrow morning. that will slippery up the roads. we will talk about that. heather is looking at the commute. weather and traffic every seven minutes. we have newscopter 7 above a jackknifed tractor trailer that i have been telling you about. let's check in with john del giorno. >> reporter: good morning, heather. it has been a theme all week long talking about the roadways and how the shoulders are still covered with snow. huge snow piles in some cases and it doesn't take much. some vehicles wonder off the roadway a little bit. they get caught in the snow and we have a problem. that's what happened here on interstate 78. this is the eastbound side at exit 56. so, just before all the exits for 1 and 9 we have a tractor trailer which jackknifed off the roadway on to the right side. i wound up in a snowbank.
process of getting it pulled back on the roadway. you see the snow kicked back on the interstate, traveling eastbound on 78 in the local lanes, only that left lane is open. heather? >> thank you for that, john. we have a big problem on the l.i.e. westbound near the van wyck. scat at the b tweeted me said it was a disabled vehicle l.i.e. west because of a massive lane wine pothole. -- lane wide pothole. cross bronx west at westchester avenue an accident. two lanes are closed. john del giorno was telling us about this 78 problem east near exit 56 accident in the local lanes with a jackknifed tractor trailer. street cleaning rules are suspended today. lori, over to you. breaking news on long island. a close call for a suffolk police officer injured in a wrong way crash on sunrise highway. this happened about three hours
police say the driver of a van was going west in the eastbound lanes when he crashed into the police cruiser. the officer suffered minor injuries and the van driver was taken into custody. the road has reopened since the crash. also breaking in new jersey, one police officer is injured and a suspected car thief is shot in the head. this happened overnight on ocean avenue in jersey city. dray clark is following the latest for us. dray? >> reporter: we should mention the officer involved with this was not seriously hurt. the vehicle involved ended up stopping at this intersection behind me which is virginia and ocean avenue. take a closer look at the vehicle. you can see it looks as if a bullet may have hit the windshield. here is background on how we got to this point. before 1:00 two jersey city police officers pulled over a vehicle that was reported stolen. as one of the officers approached the vehicle and tried to remove the driver from
sped off dragging the police officer for several feet. as this was happening, the officer reached for his gun, managed to grab his gun and fire hitting the suspect in the head which brought the car to an abrupt stop. the suspect was rushed to nearby jersey city medical center and we are told his injury is not life threatening. meanwhile, the officer was taken to the hospital and we are told his injury is not serious. in fact, we are told, he was talking to officers as he was being taken to the hospital. back live at the intersection where the shooting happened, police have not indicated if there was a passenger inside the car. hudson county prosecutor's investigation. live in jersey city, dray news. a developing story on long island. two people shot in amityville and police searching for the
they fled in a car after the shooting. queens residents are back in their homes this morning after being forced out by carbon monoxide. a manhole fire on leslie road in st. albans sent co into four midnight. residents spent hours waiting outside in their cars while firefighters vented the homes cable. service was restored and inside. new details in the search for the driver of a hit and run that left a teenager critically hurt. investigators released this pictures overnight showing the red minivan involved in the crash. ' this happened thursday night on broadway in williamsburg. police say a 15-year-old boy was crossing the street when he was hit. he remains in critical condition. on to the race for president with donald trump
being used so he is staying out of fox news debate. trump's rival ted cruz is adding mockery. >> apparently mr. trump considers megyn kelly very, very scary. you know, donald is a fragile soul. she might ask a mean question. who knows what could happen. his hair could tapped on end. >> cruz said he booked a hall for a private one on one debate with trump but trump tweeted back if the hallways in canada where cruz was born. trump is going ahead with plans to hold a fundraiser for veterans while the debate is on. democratic party chairman in iowa do not expect mayor de blasio's trip to gain many votes for clinton. he will spend three days
we start off with clear skies and gets cloudy late. at the bus stop all the huckleberries will be there. they will be there to usher you on the bus. be careful. 33 degrees. dress warmly for the bus stop. >> how is it going, heather o'rourke. you can see this huge delay. this is route 80, eastbound side of 80. that is the traffic coming toward us. overturned vehicle at exit 45. this black ice is causing problems for us this morning. let's go to the maps. we have this problem on 78 eastbound near exit 56 an accident in the local lanes. that jackknifed tractor trailer, that will be a big problem for us. i was telling but 80 east near exit 45 an overturned vehicle. we have delays from before 287 into that spot. subway service on or close to schedule. then the cross bronx westbound near westchester avenue an accident. two lanes shut down at that spot. 495 eastbound looks like that activity over here has been
traffic is moving. we had a disabled tractor trailer. street cleaning rules are suspended. metered rules are in effect. ken and lori, over to you. >> thank you. new this morning, governor cuomo taking action in a town dealing with contaminated tap water. >> developing story in upper manhattan. just tweeted this photo of the nypd on the scene of a deadly stabbing at a homeless shelter. >> a wild animal on the hear from the good samaritan that fought back against a vicious raccoon that injured a little boy. >> new york city police commissioner william bratton and other nypd brass are thanking dozens of traffic agents who helped keep the
welcome back. governor cuomo declared a plastics site near albany a superfund site. residents have not been cooking or drinking with local well water since last month. it is tainted with a chemical linked to cancer. the plastics company is paying for a treatment system and bottled water for residents. the so-called affluenza teenager is expected to return
he was arrested last month in mexico after police say he and his mother went on the run. he is serving 10 years probation after a crash. couch will be held in a juvenile detention facility in texas. a little boy in new jersey is set to be released from the hospital today a day after being mauled by a raccoon. here is pictures of the 6-year- old. he was walking to school with his mom yesterday morning in elmwood park when the raccoon jumped on him from behind. his mom screamed for help. a good samaritan driving by came to his rescue. >> when i kind of drove up, about 5, 6 feet away from her, i seen this huge raccoon on top of the kid. i imagined that that was my son, you know. i tinchttively it took over. i knew i had to kill the raccoon.
observation. rabies. forecast. >> let's check in with bill evans who stepped outside the studio here. bill. >> we have very little wind. west streets, still slushy. you get outside the warmth of the warm island heat effect of manhattan, we do have a morning where you will have black ice issues from the melting in these overnight hours. watch out for that on secondary roads driving this morning. the bus stop, heading to the subway, your commute this morning, you need the right footwear. it will be slushy. this morning from our camera in brooklyn over to the lower east side, a nice morning with a calm to a light southerly wind. pressure at 30.00. mark of fair weather, temperature 34, closer to normal this time of year. sun up at 7:10. it will be according.
clouds increase tonight. temperatures are in the 20s. you see 26 from massapequa to north port out to the eastern end of long island. teens to the north and west. that's why we say be careful and watch out for the melting from yesterday and some freezing in the early morning hours. eyes a pretty -- otherwise a pretty day. a front will come through tomorrow with snow showers. you will see on the futurecast as we get to 8:00 temperatures in the teens and low 30s. noontime 40, 42 then tonight we cool back down to numbers. here is the snow tomorrow morning. starting around 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, through the morning commute, through the day, off and on snow showers that could slippery up the roads. blustery and cold in the afternoon. temperatures in the 30s. it will feel like the 20s with that wind. after school 40s. nice after school. your weekend shapes up to be warmer but saturday evening there might be a few flurries
night then up to 4 on sunday. sun and clouds today, 42 degrees. 32 tonight. tomorrow we got snow showers in the morning lasting into about midday, blustery and much colder, real feels in the 20s. then as we get into the weekend we start this warming trend. sunday 44. up to 50 by tuesday. i want to say good morning to the folks at the business owner and manager association in new jersey. i was speaking there about the weather last night. business owners and managers, they have the buildings, they worry about the weather, snow and hurricanes. i was speaking in morristown, new jersey. i want to say hello to them. it was great. >> very nice. >> talking weather. talking traffic is heather. >> we will talk about route 80 eastbound side near exit 62 in saddle brook an accident. we have newscopter 7. we will check in once again with john del giorno. that looks like a big accident,
>> reporter: it is a mess out here, heather. we have been talking about the snow piles and snowbank. what came into issue here is the snowbank between the express and the local lanes. this is near exit 63. i can tell you it looks like one car with a lot of front end damage. there is a second vehicle that the snowbank. a truck is involved and a tractor trailer. again, this is eastbound exit 63 in the local lanes. what is happening here, all lanes are blocked. you got cars that are coming in the local lanes, crossing across the median through the snow to get into the express lane. delays are building and building quickly. look for heavy delays passing the area beyond the garden heather? >> this is why i don't like the snow. out to 80 eastbound near exit 45, that is an overturned vehicle. express lanes.
east on 80 out west, eastbound, you will hit this accident. a lot of people aring to try to rush through this past this. that's why by exit 63 you will find the other accident that newscopter 7 was just above. big messes on route 80 this morning. two of them. 78 east exit 56 that's the accident in the local lanes. one lane is closed down. jackknifed tractor trailer there. again, is keep it slow this morning. if you need to, give yourself a lot of extra time. street cleaning rules are suspended today. metered are in effect. ken, over to you. [ music ] >> bruce springsteen delivering
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use mass transit tomorrow morning so you don't end up like this. this is a snowbank. this is 80 eastbound, local lanes. here is the express lanes. everybody from the express lanes trying to push into the local lanes. we have delays big time on route 80 into this spot which is exit 63 in saddle brook. another problem route 80 eastbound by 45 an overturned vehicle. two lanes closed in the express lanes. cross overramp to the local lanes closed down. two problems on route 80. keep your speeds down. street cleaning rules are suspended. metered are in effect. lori, over to you. >> heather, thank you. nasa holds a rare ceremony of remembrance at arlington national cemetery to mark the 30th anniversary of the shuttle challenger disaster. seven crew members died in that post launch ex profession. nasa will pay contribute to the
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i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. we are following several breaking stories at this hour. in jersey city, the scene of an officer-involved shooting early this morning. in east harlem, a deadly stabbing took place at a homeless shelter. >> we will get to those stories in a moment. first a quick check on the meteorologist bill evans with the forecast. >> we are starting out in good temperatures. it will feel colder than yesterday because we are closer to normal. 34 degrees. little wind. it's not harsh. 16 wrightstown. 18 sayreville. all these numbers other than the park are below freezing. where there was melting yesterday, there could be icy streets, roadways, sidewalks. watch out for that. 39 by noon. nice sunshine this afternoon before clouds roll in tonight and snow to talk about for tomorrow. it could be quite a nuisance with slippery roads. weather and traffic every seven minutes.
we have slippery roads this morning. tomorrow morning think about using mass transit. this is route 80 near exit 63 in saddle brook. this is the express lanes. these are the local lanes. everybody is jumping over the divider to get in the express lanes because of this accident. so, as john pans out, we have delays extending back to the garden state parkway. let's go to a webcam and show you route 80 eastbound side getting into exit 42. we have an overturned vehicle near exit 45. you can see that delay is bad as well. keep your speeds down. street cleaning rules suspended. metered are in he next. we have breaking news in new jersey where police are investigating an officer- involved shooting. it started as a traffic stop then police say the suspect tried to escape. officers opened fire. dray clark is there live. dray? >> reporter: good morning, ken. we should mention off the top, the officer involved with the shooting was not seriously injured. the vehicle shot ended up
this intersection which is virginia and ocean avenue. here is a closer look at the vehicle. if you can see on the front windshield, bullet may have hit the front windshield of the car. this is how we got to the point. it was before 1:00 this morning when two jersey city police officers stopped the car that was stolen. when one of the officers approached the vehicle and tried to remove the driver, the driver sped away dragging the police officer for several feet. as he was being dragged, we are told the officer reached for his weapon and shot the suspect in the head. that brought the car to a stop. that suspect was then rushed to jersey city medical center where we are told his injury is not life threatening. the officer was also injured and we are told his injury is not serious. back live at the intersection, the police have not indicated if there was a passenger in the car with that driver but, again, the officer not seriously hurt and the suspect
meanwhile, the hudson county prosecutor's office will take over the investigation. live in jersey city, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you, dray. developing right now in upper manhattan, police are on the hunt for a killer after deadly stabbing inside an east harlem homeless shelter. this happened during a fight when one man accused the other of stealing his property at the boulevard homeless shelter. police arrived to find the victim, a 62-year-old man with a stab wound to the neck. he was pronounced dead at the scene. the suspect took off. police know who they are looking for. developing story in the bronx. investigators are trying to determine the cause of a suspicious and deadly fire that started around 10:00 last night in a two story vacant building on west kingsbridge road in bedford park. once it was out, crews discovered someone, described as a squatter on the second floor. they were pronounced dead at the scene.
they are expected to be okay. we are seeing exclusive video of a woman hit by a stray bullet in brooklyn. this surveillance video showing 54-year-old walking near utica street and carol in crown heights. somebody started shooting hitting her in the knee. >> she was screaming, yelling. the ambulance picked her up, to her to the hospital. >> it's sad. it's sad. i pray to god for her family and everyone is in good health. >> police say the bullet was intended for somebody else. a 29-year-old man was hit by the gunfire. investigators are trying to figure out who fired the bullets and why. a city sanitation worker who says he was mugged clearing snow from a fire hydrant is accused of making the whole story up. 31-year-old michael morelle was arrested and charged with filing a false report. he claimed two men pistol- whipped him an stole $25 his
there is no comment from the sanitation department or workers union. some of new york's finest are getting a personal thank you from new york's top cop. police commissioner william bratton attending a rare early morning roll call for officers. eyewitness news was the only tv station invited to attend. reporter mallory hoff is live in midtown. mallory? >> reporter: good morning. that's right. we are glad to be here. the commissioner came here this morning to say thank you and shake hands with the men and women that kept us safe during the storm. if you take a look this morning, you can see some of them gathered round as they always are. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> chief o'neil to do one thing. that is to say thank you. thank you for what you do day in and day out in all types of weather and all types of conditions.
university events this past weekend. the significant storm and the city -- >> reporter: if you take a look at this video, you can see the commissioner arrived for roll call. traffic agents made the city work during the storm. we all saw it. while so many were at home, they were out on the roads making sure that they were safe. they moved cars, towed cars. the commissioner wants everyone to know how hard these men and women worked. >> i'm very happy. chief o'neil like myself are on the streets all the time. we see it firsthand. we make it a point wherever possible to hop out of the truck and say thank you. if you are walking down the street -- oftentimes they don't see us because they are busy writing summons or directing traffic that they don't see us going by. this is a way to come to them and say thank you. >> reporter: if you find yourself out on the streets,
things work. i spoke to a traffic agent that said this is what she does. this is what she loves. she loves this city and during this storm there is nowhere been. live in midtown, mallory hoff, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. today barnard college will announce the three biggest notice indications in the history of the school adding up to $70 million. it is the foundation for building a new library and learning center at barnard. with so many open space on the tiny campus, barnard needed to build upward and it includes an 11 story tower scheduled to open in 2018. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans. >> well, we look from our roof camera here over to midtown. beautiful sunrise in progress. nice morning here as you see with a couple of clouds and a nice morning. that's venus in the distance
doesn't that look nice. this is heather's house on top of the george washington bridge on the fort lee side. back east we have a pretty sunrise in progress. temperatures are 34 degrees. light wind to a southerly wind. clear skies back to the great lakes. this area of snow comes to tuesday tomorrow. it's a nuisance but it could be a big factor with travel and commute tomorrow morning. we will talk about that. however, today is a nice day. sunshine, a little wind, 42. warmer than normal for this time of the year. after school, kiddos, these kids will be at the bus stop. they never leave the bus stop. they are there this morning, after school. [ laughter ] i don't know what they do in between. >> that bus stop must be close to the george washington bridge. i live at the george washington bridge i'm always at the bus stop. >> you are good. here we go. this is the cross bronx expressway. john del giorno above the cross bronx westbound side near westchester avenue.
looks like they are pulling it away. you have delays. if one thing happens on the cross bronx expressway it causes that. so, what a mess we have there. let's take a look at a webcam. route 80 on to the eastbound side jam packed. this is by exit 42. let's go to the maps. overturned vehicle on 80 east near exit 45. two lanes are closed in the express lanes. cross overramp closed. continuing east route 80 to exit 63 another accident where all the local lanes are closed down. you are bumper to bumper on route 8 o. subway service on or close to schedule. alternate side of the street parking rules are suspended. metered are in effect. lori and ken, over to you. >> thank you very much, heather. new this morning, a pair of drug busts across new york city totaling millions in dope. >> the dangerous zika virus in new york. health officials in one local
here is a look at what police recovered during yesterday's bust. officers say they saw two drivers exchange two suitcases in bay ridge. they pulled them over in their cars and found 20 pounds of pot. the men then admitted there was more in a manhattan apartment. both are facing drug charges. in queens, $11 million worth of heroin is off the streets this morning. several suspects are under arrest. federal agents were in elmhurst on an unrelated assignment when they spotted the pick up trucks with north carolina plates circling several blocks. agents stopped the trucks and a search dog picked up the scent of drugs. the trucks were taken to dea headquarters and agents found 100 pounds of heroin pressed in small packages and hidden in a axle and drive shaft. the fbi has arrested three more people from the armed group that seized a remote
the group has explosives and night vision google's. eight people were arrested tuesday and one activist was killed. in addition to the three new arrests, five people left the compound and they were released. nassau county health officials will discuss one local case of the zika virus on long island. five cases are confirmed in new york state. two in new york city. all the u.s. cases are people who traveled to a country where the mosquito-borne virus is spreading. it is linked to brain damage in unborn babies. time to check the accuweather forecast. >> let's check in with bill evans who is outside the studio. how does it feel? >> feels good outside. a morning where we have very little wind. temperatures are in the low 30s here, 34. it feels good minus the wind. but the issue is, we have melting snow and in parts of the area we have got some of these streets and walks and things with the snow it will
streets as well as sidewalks. johnny d. in newscopter 7 has a great shot for us this morning. thank you, john. i'm thinking that is the triboro bridge, the whitestone bridge, high definition. so, today, we are looking at a beautiful start to the day with sunshine and gorgeous sunrise. today temperatures warm into the 40s. yesterday 44 at this hour. warmed to 44. normal high is 39. we will be warm today into the low 40s. central and northern new jersey, cold. we are into the teens this morning. 23 up to teaneck and tenafly and 18 up to around poughkeepsie. across long island temperatures in the teens and 20s. with a light wind, clear sky, we have a temperature that drops off in the early morning hours. clear skies back to the ohio valley.
that will come to us tomorrow. temperature by 9:00 warms into the low 30s but not until noontime, afternoon the temperature gets into the low 40s. then overnight we drop into the 30s, 20s north and west. tomorrow morning into 8:00, 9:00 we see snow showers around and that could slippery up the roads. noontime it looks like some of the temperatures might mix with rain in coastal connecticut and long island. that makes for slippery travel through the day tomorrow. great. get outside and enjoy the sunshine. 40 degrees. no problems at the bus stop. watch out for some slushy stuff around. the weekend warms up. maybe a snow shower saturday night or a flurry but then sunday we warm up to 48. into the 50s next week. looking at 42 this afternoon with sunshine. tonight cloudy skies. 22 in the suburbs. tomorrow snow showers in the morning then by afternoon it
it will feel like the 20s with the wind. the wind dies down tomorrow night. 34 sunday and look at that. 48 monday and 50 to 52 tuesday and wednesday next week. look at that pretty sunrise. isn't that gorgeous. >> >> very nice. >> love that. >> yes, thank you, bill. let's go to heather for a check of the commute. >> we will talk about this problem on the cross bronx expressway west at westchester avenue, an accident. a couple of lanes closed down. newscopter 7 is up above the scene. john del giorno can tell us what is going on there. good morning, john. >> boy, heather, we have covered ground in newscopter 7 this morning. we are in the bronx. you can see the police car in the center of your screen. this was an earlier accident westbound cross bronx at westchester avenue. you wound up with a bunch of snow in the roadway, enough that they had to bring out sanitation with a saner. all lanes are in the process of being reopened.
we had the left lane open. all lanes will be open shortly but take a look at that delay. wow, all the way back to the throgs neck bridge. delays on the southbound new england thruway as a result. heather? >> yuck. let's go back to our maps. i can tell you what is happening on the bruckner southbound at 138th street a disabled tractor trailer. long island railroad, metro north, new jersey transit on or close to schedule. as you head to 80, exit 45 overturned vehicle. then exit 63 another accident still being cleared away. then you have 78 as you go eastbound near exit 56 an accident in the local lanes. jackknifed tractor trailer. delays extend past the garden state parkway as you head eastbound. route 3 service road eastbound near the new jersey turnpike eastern spur this accident over here. past that into the lincoln tunnel you have about a 20- minute delay. holland 20. george washington bridge you have a minor delay. subway service is running on or close to schedule.
and show you how it looks on to route 80. this is the eastbound side. this was bumper to bumper because of that accident at 45. you can see traffic is moving again so i have a feeling that that overturned vehicle 80 east at exit 45 has been cleared. alternate side of the street parking rules are suspended today. ken, over to you. >> thank you. caught on camera, a spanish coast guard crew came to the rescue of two dozen sailors when the ship began lifting off northern spain. the cargo ship was at a 40- degree angle and was being hit by strong winds and high waves during the rescue. imagine this. look at the poor people. the coast guard lifted 22 crew members from the ship. a salvage ship is headed to recover the abandoned freighter. talk about a load. why would someone pay a million dollars for a photo of this potato. >> money to burn?
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>> reporter: good morning, guys. the vehicle involved in the shooting stopped at virginia and ocean avenue. take a closer look at the car. this began before 1:00 this morning when two jersey police officer stopped the car because it was reported stolen. as the officer stopped the car, the driver sped away dragging the officer. the officer pull out his gun and shot the driver in his head. he was rushed to the hospital with a nonlife-threatening injury. the officer was taken to the hospital. his injuries are not serious. the incident is under investigation. live in jersey city this morning, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> dray, thank you. here is an eyewitness news exclusive to make you smile. commissioner william bratton made a special trip this hour to attend the roll call for traffic agents in midtown. he said they deserve a special thank you for their high dedication during the blizzard. he has seen them helping people
of the worst conditions. another check on the traffic delays on i-80 this morning. >> we check in with john del giorno over saddle brook. john? >> we had two separate problems on interstate 80. one by exit 43. this at exit 63 in saddle brook. ongoing problems. this is a case in the local lanes. several cars spun out, tractor trailer was involved. they crashed into the snow banks. we wound up with snow on the roadway now an icing condition. low temperatures caused a lot of accidents. a lot of spinouts. heading out the door, allow extra time and keep the speeds down. interstate 80 you can see one lane reopened in the eastbound local lanes. these delays go all the way back past the garden state parkway. live over saddle brook, john del giorno, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. heather. >> all right. let's talk about what is going on at the george washington bridge. it's not a bad ride as you can see here. the upper level is doing fine.
on the upper level. 25 minutes into the tolls. lincoln 40. holland 15-minute delay. newscopter 7 was in the bronx showing us this it has been cleared away. the bruckner south at 138th street disabled tractor trailer cleared away. street cleaning rules suspended until monday. back in effect on monday. they are trying to dig out. >> seeing a lot of that. i saw a person yesterday with a bottle, whatever it takes. take a look outside. sunshine and a pretty sunrise here. a temperature today starting out right around, you know, 33, 34 degrees. that will be the 7:00 temperature. 22 white plains. 33 around laguardia. we will have sunshine today but not going to warm up until we get into the afternoon. that's when we help see the temperatures warming up today into the low 40s. all right, guys.