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as the storm barrels in. meteorologist: the track the storm will take and how it will il pact the area. ed: a 5-year-old flying alone to new york ends up here at logan instead. this never should have happened. ed: the arlen explanation. maria: the parent's demands. j a baby-sitter under arrest accused of being drunk and high. >> the big mistake she made in front of police officers. maria: rocket blen apart. the mission lost and what the video reveals about what went wrong. ed: right now, hurricane hermine. flooding is already a problem. landfall will happen soon. good evening, i'm ed harding. maria: and i'm maria stephanos. the storm will impact us this holiday weekend. the questions is: how much. ed: harvey leonard is here with the new projections tonight. harry, as you join us, let me
when it will be ashore? meteorologist: this is the peak that is happening there. i will show you how it is all going. there you can see the storm spinning around in the eastern gulf of mexico by the florida panhandle. it is getting close to making a landfall and has been intensifying. still a category one, but it is circular. tremendous rain bands on the east side. the winds up to 80. it could intensify a little bit more before it makes landfall, so a little opening there in the florida panhandle. so you see gusts over 60 miles per hour. apalachicola. the hurricane warnings along the western florida coast. the storm surge is the single biggest fear four to nine feet.
makes landfall. so now, as for the track of the storm, it will go inland over the southeast, but then reemerge of the virginia coast later in the holiday weekend and that is when it gets here because then it will get to a blocking pattern and kind of stall. if it stalls in this position, you have to give impac t south coast of the cape especially if it stalls for the south, then it will be minimal. to give you the idea. one computer model showing wind gust of 50 miles per hour or greater along the islands and over 40 across the cape into later sunday and sunday night where the rainfall would be
there are other models showing other things, so i will show much more about this, coming up later. maria? maria: see you then, maria. harvey, thanks. maria: as hermine pushes into florida's big bend region soaking rains have already triggered widespread flooding. low-lying areas are underwater in places like alligator point cedar key, and stretching down to clearwater and sarasota. a lot of mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders are in place. it since a hurricane hit florida, and emergency crews are worried about complacency. >> this is what its. you listen and watch. if it gets bad, you leave. >> if it gets bad, you leave. if you think you can ride it out, ride it out. maria: some ten inches of rain could fall in just a matter of hours, combine that with the storm surge and the potential for disaster is very real. further up the coast in the
over land, but utility crews are preparing for wide-spread power outages. this all happening over what should have been a holiday weekend. let's go live tisane petersburg, florida, that is near tampa. herline is packing a punch there. the camera lens is fog up there with water and the storm surge is starting to increase. harvey's full forecast is coming up. and the storm's so get the new overnight details on newscenter 5's eyeopener. cindy will have the latest projections starting at 4:30 a.m. ed: right now, a driver has turned himself into police after a deadly drive-thru milford today. police say he hit a woman and kept going. we're learning new details about the victim tonight. a public official, well-known in the small community. newscenter 5's mary saladna is
widespread shock tonight in milford to learn the victim of a freak hit-and-run accident today is a well-known native. the town's first female constable, barbara clement, best known as "sarge" because of her decades of service in the army national guard. >> she would always introduce herself as "sarge". very proud of her rank, proud of where she came from, her family roots. >> she loved being in the guard, full-time. she loved serving her country. she's definitely going to be missed. >> milford police say clement was crossing main street when she was struck by a passing tractor-trailer. security cameras show clement stepped into the truck's path. the driver never stopped, but police suspected he didn't realize he'd hit anyone. less than an hour after police released photos of the missing tractor-trailer, the driver turned himself in.
remember the vibrant life cut short >> she worked hard. she played hard. every christmas party she was known to sing her patriotic songs. a lot of gusto into them. epitomized what a soldier really is. cooperating. at last check, he was being questioned by investigators. live in milford tonight, mary saladna wcvb newscenter 5. maria: thank you. this happened at 9:20 last night. pilots on american airlines plight from charlotte reported a green laser strike as they started to approach logon. a delta flight crew reported the
maria: this babysitter, hired thru a popular website, finds herself in trouble tonight. she's accused of being drunk and high while on the job. and witnesses say it was not hard to tell. newscenter 5's john atwater is live in arlington with the allegations against her. john: police say susan devereaux was stumbling down egerton and high while babysitting a three-year-old boy. >> we found several empty containers in a motor vehicle. john: a surprised neighbor called police, who came to bring the boy back to his mother. john: the family says they hired the 51-year-old woman from babysitting website >> i was hired on a website like that. it kind of makes us look bad.
and they know how much work it takes to look after a toddler. >> they're counting on you, you have to be the dependable one. i think it is sad. i think it is scary. john: police say devereaux has been arrested before for motor vehicle violations and for receiving stolen property. now, she'll face a judge on reckless endangerment charges. police say it's a lesson that parents need to do their homework when they're hiring help. >> when you go to hire someone, due diligence in that. a a website or a referral from one person isn't enough. john: care.com says allegations are disturbing. it is assisting police where w their investigation. live tonight, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: parents are demanding answers tonight. their little boys put on the wrong planes ended up in the wrong cities.
newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is there live with how it happened. jorge: the five year old's horrified mother thought he had been kidnapped. it turns out jetblue put him on the wrong flight. even though he had a ticket and a bracelet with his right name. in any language a mother's fright easily understood. five-year-old andy martinez flying home alone, was put on the wrong plane, ending up more than 200 miles from home. waiting a panicked when jetblue presented her with the wrong boy. >> i asked where is my son he should be here. he should have arrived, where is my son? he is not here. >> the mix-up happened two weeks ago. after traveling to the dominican republic with her son, martinez says she had to fly back home
andy is seen here leaving with a group of children on the day of his flight back home. his mom had paid an $100 dollar fee for a jetblue rep to escort him onto the plane, yet moments later jetblue put him on a flight to boston. the other boy was sent to new york, carrying andy's passport. martinez is asking the faa to investigate. >> the jetblue employees, who are responsible for this, should be ashamed of their behavior. >> the other boy was also safely waiting here in boston, tonight jetblue says it is reviewing the incident so it doesn's happen incident so it doesn't happen again insisting the children were always under the supervision of crewmembers. maria: a woman killed while out for a walk in new hampshire was remembered in a vigil tonight. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? denise robert was shot and killed last summer, august 30th. tonight, family and friends walked with candles on the same
week in manchester's north end. her brother said denise would want any other remembrances of her to be joyful. >> she'd be much happier if this were a cookout, concert, road race, any event we could be outside and together. and of that i am sure. maria: there have been no arrests in her killing. police say they haven't stopped investigating. commitment 2016, the state over the detailed schedules from hillary clinton's time as secretary of state. ed: the minute-by-minute schedules will be released before the election, in mid-october. this is an abrupt reversal from last week, when federal lawyers warned that hundreds of pages wouldn't be released until late december. donald trump and the president of mexico trading tweets after the two met in mexico city yesterday to discuss immigration. trump tweeted this morning that mexico will pay for the border
mexico's president tweeting back, that will never happen. announcer: next on wcvb newscenter 5: maria: rocket blown apart. the mission lost. what this video reveals about what went wrong. >> the last laugh with gene wilder. the tribute can be a part of. >> meterologist: still working on this he least track of hermine to de >> friday morning on the eyeopener, keeping things safe for you and the kids. >> four yoga poses designed to ease back to school stress together. >> and i am tracking hermine and the tropical threat here for the holiday weekend.
the blast could be seen and heard for miles in florida. and we're learning more tonight on what was onboard. it's a test that goes terribly wrong. the spacex rocket erupting on the pad like a bomb going off. it wasn't just one explosion, several followed. the force of the blast felt by residents miles away from cape canaveral. >> it was like a small earthquake, that's a lot of power >> spacex was planning to test fire the rocket ahead of this ek it was filling the rocket with fuel, including the tank in the upper stage when something fails catastrophically. it is clear the explosion starts there so big it was picked up on radar along with the rocket. it's cargo seen here falling in flames was lost, too, inside an satellite, that facebook hoped to use, its first big venue in
we'll mack sure it doesn't happen again. ed: no humans onboard. a private rocket. it will have impact on future spaceflights regardless whether it is private. maria: the company saying its not if fog fly until it is fixed. it is jeopardizing a trip spacex scheduled to making to the space station in november. ed: reports of "exploding smartphone. that would be the galaxy note 7. several people have posted images and videos of charred galaxy note 7's online. samsung isn't commenting on the problem. nervous investors have knocked seven billion off the company's market value. the chopper touched down safely near peabody's water treatment
it was just before 2:30 this afternoon. the pilot experienced a mechanical malfunction. the pilot says they were flying off-shore, when he felt a power surge and decided to turn around. >> if i had kept on going, beyond here, there's a lot of population, i don't wanna be coming down in somebody's back yard. maria: the pilot says after 35 years of flying, he is prepared to respond in emergencies like this. he and his passengers are all okay. the helicopter will be repaired and removed tomorrow. ed: harvey leonard is here with the new projections tonight. meteorologist: all right. i will show you how it is all going. there you can see the storm spinning around in the eastern gulf of mexico by the florida panhandle. it is getting close to making a landfall and has been intensifying. still a category one, but it is circular.
east side. the winds up to 80. it could intensify a little bit more before it makes landfall, so a little opening there in the florida panhandle. wind gust up to 79 miles per hour right near appalachia legal to the west of where it makes landfall. in terms of the storm surge. it is in this area. that's a east of it to cedar key bus that is where the surge about four to nine feet in the worst spots. now going to be make landfall in the next couple of hour. 80 miles per hour hurricane. now wint does that. look at the different computer models. tacks it inland along the southeast, u.s. coast and to the carolina cast and back offshore. the ocean water temperatures are several degrees warmer than normal. when it gets to this general area.
so they, it will depend on where are we with regored where it is. in other words, if it does this up to here. then there will be tropical storm in conditions later this week. the block pattern over here. the final details will be the difference it does not look like it will cross the area or give us you are cane conditions this. cape get to tropical storm force conditions. this is the actual track of the storm. even thought is says "l" here it is likely to be a tropical storm or a minimal hur condition again in the position. again, not going to dir k arely hit us but could get close enough. here is sunday morning. 25-35 miles-per-hour gusts in the cape down the island. that could pick up to
into monday morning. notice the winds are not as strong up around boston. that is one possible solution another computer mold is gentler and further south. the wst pick up but not quite as much and to the south. barley making it to 40 miles per hour. this is the idea. in terms of getting those gusts. a moderate chance weekend but early next week. a lower chance and very unlikely to the north. as for rainfall, really the two are tide together. i is going to depend on the track. i know they are going to get soaked done across the south east to the mid at antique but near the edge. could be the south coast of the cape gets are in and boston northward does not. so we have to follow the as well. you can see where the big wave action is going to be. close to where the track of the
south coast. we have to continue to mon her to. high pressure in control though for try dy and saturday. the storm begins to approach. there is a look at where we don't get as much rain. it does back in some toll thep cape as we get to sunday night afternoon in sunday night. maybe as far north. another computer model and most of the train to the south. that which is what we'll deal with. posted with us on this. right now, a moderate chance of having tropical form force gusts far period of time around the south cast and the cape later in the weekend and early next week. but that is basically guaranteed to happen and so we'll continue to put sunday and monday as potential weather paimability days for the south coast and the cape and the island. stay on top of this for and enjoy the next two lovely days.
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played the entire first half. the next time you see him in a uniform, game uniform, sunday october 9th. a year and a half away right now. there is tom brady taking the field and the offense on the first possession. brady for the record played 36 snaps tonight. zip on the ball. he had a little bit of touch on the football when need be. he was sacked once. now, sweet little pass on the wheel on the outside. he took the patriots on nine play 77-yard drive and tapped things off with the touchdown pass to martin. tom brady, he was slick tonight. he had to play the entire first half. reversal of roles. usually, brady sits. tonight it was jimmy and tom brady played the first half and the second half of the game. tom brady again.
next time you see him sunday in october in cleveland against the browns. the final 23 games against the american league east in which they have a record of 20-25. >> meanwhile, the player a year ago in spring training. they signed out of cuba. he will and add joe kelly and devin to their roster as september calls. baseball tonight, schedule. we go to the field. this is christian yarch. that is worth yelling about. down acogance the new york mets. how about this one? main camp, the 22nd.
on the road. they move in wilmington to down here. one of the bruins with in the final year. anything going on, bradded? >> i know, you know, every one wants an krupp it did and everything. i really cannot comment on what has been going on. we are talking. hopefully we'll see something. >> practice later on this week. a great place to escape to retire. maria: yes. yes. ed: we will miss her. maria: fabulous. wears the best jewelry. >> she cose. absolutely. maria: style tisch lady. ed: yeah. maria: so are you? >> thank you. we'll see you the next few days. stay tuned for the updates to
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