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investigators. >> the lights went off and people started screaming. like, it wasn't a jolt, it was like completely thrown from one area to the next. >> reporter: jamie was in that packed first car as the train careened into the station. witnesses say the commuter train slammed through a barrier into a wall at full employee was inside of the terminal about 30 feet away from the crash. >> i observed him coming at a high rate of speed. it went over the bumper block, through the air, and traveled about another 40 feet and came to a rest. >> reporter: people were standing on the platform waiting to commute into new york city. >> there are folks hobbling around, people holding their limbs, holding backs and things like that. definitely bad injuries.
collapsed on top of the train and debris littered the reception area. >> these people were, like, you know, holding on to each other. >> they reached passengers trapped under mangled metal and this turned into a triage area. federal investigators will try to figure out what happened here. they will look at various factors including the condition of the track and the speed of the train. >>we the accident. the fact is that we're in the midst of an investigation. >> reporter: new jersey transit service has been suspended at the hoboken station indefinitely. now, engineers are also looking at the structural integrity of that nj transit terminal. that is, of course, because the train took down part of the roof of that terminal when it
even the people who were hurt were trying to rescue others. >> reporter: that's right. governor christie commended the first responders who took the people have a destructive situation. we're talking live wires coming down from the ceiling, concrete, and twisted metal. governors christie and cuomo were thankful that people were willing to jump right into action at that moment. back to you in lives. stay with us for continuing coverage of this deadly train crash. as soon as we learn more information about the accident, we'll bring it to you. breaking news this eke, an intense search is under way with heavily armed police warning neighbors to stay indoors and locking down schools in two towns because of a home invasion. four people broke into a home. two people are in custody. two are still on the loose.
shields who is right on the scene. bill? >> reporter: police are looking for two guys at this point. how they got those two, two still out there. the white house you see there is the one they broke into. two of them got away. of the two they arrested, one of them had a gun. >> yeah, just a little bit and dogs and cops with rifles. yeah. >> reporter: residents in this quiet town were on edge as heavily armed state and local police searched the woods. schools were ordered to shelter in place. police were posted there when classes ended. >> the response is gratifying. i don't know if we're being looked at. >> reporter: it started at mid- morning when four men broke
suspects ran. two were quickly caught. one of them had a gun. at this point, police believe it was a random break-in. >> what we are looking at is maybe a b&e ring, so to speaks is there have been house breaks reported just over the line. >> reporter: in the afternoon, a state police s.w.a.t. team re-entered the building that had been broken into in the first place. they came out empty handed. still, local residents watched it all >> and seeing the policeman with the assault rifle coming from the back of the church, and you know it had to be something heavy duty going on here. >> reporter: 40 minutes ago, police including the s.w.a.t. team rushed to a house down the street. something led them there, but they didn't arrest anybody. as you can seat traffic in back
two suspects out there. reporting live from hampton, i'm bill shields, wbz news. brookline police are searching for the man who exposed himself to minors. police say yesterday afternoon he was in a car and in at least one instance, he got out of that light colored four-door sedan without any pants or shoes. a new hurricane spinning in the atlantic. its name is matthew. we'll need to watch this one closely. chief meteorologist eric fi just came out on this eric. >> 75 mile-per-hour winds. the pressure is down to 993. it's strengthening over the last 24 hours. it's now clear the winward islands are off to the north side and it will continue this westward track over the next couple of days. it's eventually getting to category 2 status as it moves its way off to the west. then it's all about this
confidence. that will make a close passage late sunday into monday. it's likely going to across cuba and into the bahamas early next week. so if any of your plans take you to the spots, you'll want to monitor the changes in the forecast. there is a big difference between going over cuba, going in between and more interactions. so if you've given you a spot to watch. along the east coast, we are just watching. we talked more liam, lisa? it is a potentially dangerous environment for kids that is now shutting down. a chain of day-care centers where inspectors say they found rodents and hazardous material in revere. beth? >> reporter: this is one of four locations that was on the radar screen for some times. with numerous regulatory violations and according to the
now the director tells parents she will have to close due to lack of funding and offer little expansion as to how it got this far. what do you have to say about complaints? >> my attorney will make a statement. >> reporter: terry wasn't answering questions, but the state is saying a lot about cutting off the money for the child care vouchers she relies on to fund her four day-care centers. these pictures of rodents helped tell the story. what was your reaction when you walked in and >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> reporter: john, revere's housing inspector received these complaints about deplorable conditions last year. when you walked into tlc's revere location, he found them within feet of where the children were playing, mold and mildew coming through the carpet. >> food left on the counters and on the floor. >> reporter: it's one of numerous violations the state is citing including lack of
payments to employees. >> she got face first. >> reporter: parents confronted a director. >> when she looked into it and seen the cameras, she said she could see my daughter falling out of the crib and asked the teachers why they didn't report it. they didn't have no answers. >> reporter: but you have the proof right on the surveillance cameras? >> yes, i did. >> reporter: they papered up windows when will have to close tomorrow. erika owens thinks it's best. >> they shouldn't be caring for no children. >> reporter: she says a lot of parents have been left now with few day care options. coming up at 6:00, we talked with a former assistant director who defends the work of the employees and tells us the difficulty is getting paid. i'm beth germano, wbz news. federal investigators are
fishing trip. the son was reese cued. the -- rescued. the mother is believed to be dead. her body hasn't been found. authorities in connecticut, rhode island, and vermont are all investigating. christina hager is live in middletown, connecticut, not far from the mother's home. christina? >> reporter: lisa, i spoke with police who tell me they are focused on the facts and circumstances around linda carmen's disappearance and what led up to her never returning >> the case that first brought out the yellow ribbon is now bringing together law enforcement from three different states and the federal government. that's according to the police chief in rhode island, where there is an empty slip where this fishing boat used to stay. he and his mother are seen on surveillance taking off for what linda told her trend would
ten days later, nathan was called in on a coast guard cutter after he was rescued from a raft he'd been on for a week. his mother lost at sea, presumed dead. >> i don't see how it would go down. >> reporter: we showed boat maintenance workers the warrants used to search the home in vernon, vermont this week. it allegations that nathan despite that and other mechanical problems, he was intent on going to an unprotected spot called the canyon where his mother refused to go before. >> a trip needs to maintain how how the bow is. >> reporter: nathan carmen on "good morning america." >> i would not have left the
the boat was sea worthy. >> reporter: connecticut investigators are also working on the unsolved homicide of nathan's wealthy grandfather. nathan, the last known person to be with him and a person of interest in his murder. because this is such a caustic case spanning several states, police from rm island, and connecticut plan to meet with federal investigators at the coast guard academy in new london, connecticut next week to compare notes on this. in middletown, connecticut, christina hager, wbz news. >> christina, thank you. donald trump courting new hampshire voters. coming up, why his plans to build a wall would solve one of the state's biggest crises. >> now eclipsing even an average year of college.
how much he means to boston. >> and new at 6:00, the debate over charter schools goes to voters. we're going to go inside of the charter school question and reveal the results of an exclusive wbz umass amherst poll on where voters are leaning. my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. anada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
oh, we like the look of this. the red sox flying a new banner outside fenway park tonight celebrating the east division title. now they can concentrate on finishing the season and celebrating david ortiz. >> ortiz will make his final regular season appearance in a red sox uniform at yankee stadium. steve, the sox would really like to leave with a especially after last night the way they lost it. he is in the lineup tonight batting fourth, but before the first pitch, the yankees will hold a pre-game ceremony. ortiz enjoyed playing against the yankees over his career. licen to these -- list ton these numbers, 171 rbi, 303 homers. he's enemy number one in the
big papi and the rest of the team and joins us now with the latest. danny? >> reporter: hi, steve. a big night for daste ortiz. john farrell is saying a few moments ago he will have two at-bats and will need to get out of there. as for the red sox, big night as they fight for home field advantage and continue that fight with only four left. the sox lost last night but clinched the crown. then the celebration began in the clubhouse. boston beginning the second a.l.e. title in the last four years while becoming the first in history to go from worst to first twice in a five-year span. >> we've gone through two tough years. we've been able to live through those hardships to give opportunity to the young players that we're now bearing fruit from. >> it's been a great
this group of guys, you know, is the best thing. you know, i think it's a brotherhood in there for sure. you guys see that out on the field. >> reporter: now, with four games left, the red sox still could finish anywhere from first to third in the american league. that's all about home field advantage in the playoffs. we shall see. we do know that the red sox will open up next thursday either at fenway park or on the road. we'll have much more coming up for now, i'm dan roche, wbz sports. if you want to see big papi, you can sign a giant thank you card between 6:30 tonight and tomorrow. you can take pictures with this giant number 34. meanwhile, the patriots
we don't know who will get the start on sunday. bottom line, the pats are wary. the buffalo team is coming off of an impressive win. >> they do a great job running the football that completed shots down the field. i think the arizona game they played well overall as a team, offense, defense, special teams. they just made a ton of plays, so they still have a lot of weapons out there. >> wbz has it should be a great day. a mix of weather today. >> mother nature had a split personality depending on where you were, you got sun or clouds. >> this was the sunrise out over the white mountains of president courtesy of the mount washington observatory. all of new hampshire, vermont, maine, and parts of massachusetts we had the sun. meanwhile it was socked into the clouds for most.
right in here. you can see the weather. there is a whole mess of active weather moving our way as we head into friday and this weekend. timing it out, tonight's going to be chilly. upper 40s and low 50s across the area. the clouds will be thickening up. tomorrow morning this particular model will have showers in the morning across the south coast, the cape and the island. then the showers will spread their way northward as you head through the afternoon so a raw day will stay in the 50s. we have the wind and will get the rain as the day goes on. so mainly cloudy for the morning rush, temps in the low 50s with the showers becoming more widespread. the east-northeast wind at 12 to 24 with higher gusts and scattered showers as we head toward our friday night. it will be a good one as we check out the movies and hang out indoors.
head north. potentially locally heavy rainfall and it's lifting up across the area. i know it's the weekend and i would love to see the heavy rain. the system's curbing and spinning and will keep noose mainly cloudy skies and a few showers, it will linger into sunday, also. the saturday forecast will be in the low to mid-50s. we'll still have the wind off the water and have periods of rain moving through. sunday a few showers. still mostly cloudy just a tux warm -- just a touch of warm air. a little less wind to deal with by monday. up until then, rough surf and that extra added drill to the air. a good chance of over an inch of rain from the boston area southward here throughout the course of friday, saturday and sunday to about a half inch
certainly put a dent in it through the course of this weekend. not what you want to see for poppy's regular season home stand. a strong east wind and there will be rain around. there will be rain around saturday evening as well. on sunday, a few showers and i do think you will get that game in. same idea for the patriots if you are tailgating. low 60s, mainly cloudy and a chance of showers. sunday does not look like a here is your accuweather seven- day. it's weather dreary as we add the lingering showers and it's important to know we talked about matthew here, and it's not even on the seven-day yet. so we have a long time to keep an eye on the storm. >> thank you. breaking news now. boston police just issued a warning about a sexual assault in jamaica plain that happened around 1:40 this morning.
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this evening, it won't surprise you. unfortunately in places parents pay more for day care than they do for college money. >> on average, an in-state college costs about $9400 a year. the average full-time day care costs about $9600. in massachusetts, it's 13,200 a year. my wife and i are going through this right now. it's astronomical. there are some people who go, i'm just not going to work. the other parent is going to stay home because it is too much. >> it is a very personal math equation. dunkin' doughnuts is apologizing for seemingly racist social media post in egypt. >> it featured two doughnuts.
dipped in chocolate. the translated caption below read because we are against racism, we will eat both of them, not only one. which will you choose. >> any time you try to be funny about racism, just stop yourself right there. >> and not only that. chocolate is full beauty, so let's just state the obvious. >> i agree. >> you don't have to make a choice, chocolate or vanilla. >> you have to donate ten bucks for the chaness to wi >> we can hang out and talk sports or politics or maybe tom could tell you what his favorite movie of all time is. >> or maybe he'll tell about you the time he republican sheared him -- pressured him into wearing a jason bourne t- shirt. >> clearly this is a sore spot for you, ben, and sorry to bring it up. >> the money raised will go to
the more you donate, the more chances you have to win. i have a feeling more men are going to bid on this than women. >> especially after that. i will be back at 6:00. paula is here with a look at what's ahead. >> i think plenty of women will vote as well. are you getting enough rest? most people say no but they aren't necessarily talking about sleep. >> plus, donald trump returns to new hampshire and delivers what he says is a solution to the state's biggest problem. >> we go back live jersey. investigators continue to comb through the wreckage trying to figure out why a commuter train slammed into a station this morning. everyone's needs are different.
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. >> breaking news at 5:30. federal investigators getting to work trying to figure out why a train at full speed crashed into a new jersey station. one person is i'm paula ebben. >> i'm liam martin. lisa joins us live -- louisa joins us live from hoboken. >> reporter: the ntsb should be briefing us pretty shortly. in the meantime, you can see the rings of law enforcement and investigators here outside this historic station. thousands of commuters come through this terminal every day, and they are trying to