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antoinette: we are following breaking news right now. the investigation expanding after an explosion injured dozens of people in new york city. todd: a second device found just blocks from that crime scene. the haunting image that is stirring up comparisons to the marathon bombings. antionette: and the candidates on what new york's mais their reactions to the blast that's shaken new york and beyond. >> you are watching wcvb, buses nuclear. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. antionette: it's sunday, september 18 i'm antoinette antonio. todd: i'm todd kazakiewich. we have been following developments in manhattan all night long and we will have new information on the blast in just a moment. antionette: they want to get a
rain we've been waiting for. mike: we will have to wait a little longer. if you watch over the last few hours the rain is moving in and then worked its way northward. didn't really get too much out of it. this is the first batch of it. more will be coming as we talk about the overnight hours into tomorrow morning. that's what the best opportunity for seeing showers and thunderstorms. if you're traveling along 485, a nice little band of showers. as you look up to the berkshires. it's just kind of glorified sprinkles at this point. it's all happening ahead of this cold front. a lot of humidity in here. this is where we could get showers popping up just about anywhere. let me show you. no showers have waned. a lot of you have nice sunshine this morning, especially the
what happens after midnight. here comes a line of showers and thunderstorms. don't be surprised if you hear a rumble of thunder overnight. tomorrow morning the commute a little bit on the slow side. if you're heading to the pats game, there is a risk of showers. i would suggest bringing along the little bitter rain gear. it will be warm and humid. temperatures right around 80 degrees. we will talk about more of the rain thrt antionette: breaking news out of new york. the city on high alert after an explosion in the chelsea area of manhattan sending more than 2 dozen people to the hospital. a second device also found just blocks away. officials saying that device is a pressure cooker with wires. todd: let's get right to newscenter 5's diane cho with the breaking details. diane? reporter: most of the victims of have been treated and released. all the mayor says i don't
, of a connection to terrorism. this is surveillance video from nearby as the explosion rocked manhatten's chelsea neighborhood. you can see people running as debris was sent flying into the air. >> i heard this boom. >> it was so loud, it was shaking my body. i looked in the middle of the street. there was a big cloud of smoke. [sirens] reporter: this cell phone video shows a good samaritan helpi fire officials say most are said to have minor injuries but one person does have serious injuries. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection. reporter: a law enforcement official says the blast appears to have taken place in a construction toolbox infront of a residence for the blind around 8:30 saturday night. >> the exact cause of the explosion has not been determined. reporter: a second device was found about four blocks away, we're told it's a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. hours later it was safely
that device is an explosive device. both federal and local officials are on the scene. right now there are no leads on who is behind the attack or what may have motivated them. antoinette, todd? antionette: the device found at the second scene showing similarities to the ones used in the boston marathon bombings. todd: the device found in new york appears to be a pressure cooker though it's not confirmed , to be an explosive device at this point. the prre packed with shrapnel. dzhokhar tsarnaev was sentenced to death in the bombings that killed three people and injured more than 260. the pressure cooker bombs were detonated by a transmitter made from a remote control with a battery underneath. that battery was connected with a piece of black electrical tape. antionette: the mayor of new york saying the explosion in manhattan has no known connection to an explosion in new jersey saturday morning.
run. antionette: the explosion happened just before thousands of runners were expected to take off. the runners were not nearby when the device went off and the race was eventually canceled. the fbi is now taking over the investigation. todd: both hillary clinton and donald trump reacting to the explosion in new york. and much like many issues their comments about the incident are creating a stir. democratic nominee hillary clinton appeared to take a jab at trump before a campaign appearance in colorado. donald plane, a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on. we are living in a time, we better very tough, folks. hillary clinton i think it's : important to know the facts about any incident like this . that's why it's critical to support first responders the investigators who are looking into it trying to determine what , did happen.
about the issue she too appeared to link the explosions in new york and new jersey to a bombing. and we will continue to follow the breaking details on the explosion in manhattan. as well as the latest on that second device, a pressure cooker found blocks away. the latest on air, online and on our mobile app. antionette: commitment 2016. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is continuing her attack on trump. she spoke at a rally for clinton in the battleground state of ohio. warren called trump a selfish of everyone else. the senator also told the crowd that trump repeatedly invites his supporters to commit acts of violence against clinton. >> what kind of a man does that? a bully. a twisted bully you cannot fight his own fight. you cannot win a fair fight. and who will never be president of the united states. antionette: warren also spoke about the republican party's support for trump saying.
, from the aryan nation and kkk than he does from leaders of his own party. todd: breaking overnight. one scuba diver is dead. his diving partner rescued, both pulled from the water off the coast of nahant. the district attorney says the divers were found by civilian boaters near the northeastern marine biology center. both drivers were taken to salem hospital. investigators say the diver who died was experienced. he appears to have run out of oxygen as he attempt to surface. the current pushed him into the rocks. about the teenager who was killed by a commuter train. the globe is reporting the teen killed was a 14-year-old boy from newton. a west-bound commuter train hit the teen just before nine friday -- 9:00 friday night near the west newton station. police and the da's office are still investigating the circumstances surrounding what happened, but foul play is not suspected. the globe reports the boy was not currently a student in newton but had previously attended newton schools. high schools will have counselors available to students tomorrow. antionette: police in worcester
driver of this black pickup truck. a 31-year-old woman suffered multiple injuries in the strange crash. police believe the worcester resident was talking to the driver in the parking lot of the bp gas station on chandler street around 6:30 saturday morning. at some point the pickup driver sped off with the woman clinging to the driver's side window. eventually the woman fell from the truck into the middle of the road. condition. we are following several other big stories right now. todd: eight people hurt after an attack at a mall. the terrifying incident, and what witnesses say the man was saying as he stabbed shoppers. antionette: the air force grounding new fighter jets. the problems with the planes that are being called the most expensive weapons in military history. todd: mike: and rain is on the way. my hour by hour breakdown and the outlook for your work week.
breaking news in new york city. police find a second device, a pressure cooker, with wires, and a cell phone duct taped to it, the device was found just blocks from an explosion that injured 29 people. we found him to go most of those people have now been treated and released. the mayor says there is no known terrorism coection ? you didn't listen to your parents. you ignored every piece of advice.
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antionette: we continue to follow breaking news this morning. rocked manhattan. todd: more than two dozen people injured. diane cho is here with breaking news in the investigation. reporter: the mayor says the explosion was deliberate but there is an indication it is connected to terrorism. it happened just after 8:30 last night in the chelsea neighborhood. 29 people were injured, one seriously. most victims have been released from the hospital.
police are investigating a second device found blocks away. we are told the device is a pressure cooker with wires attached. to a cell phone officials have not confirm if it's an expose of device. residents are asked to stay away from the area as the investigation continues. back to you guys. >> now your storm team 5 forecast. antionette: it is almost 80 degrees out there right now. much warmer than yesterday. mike: mwa humid outside. a little more moisture and we can squeeze out. we need the rain. the drought monitor, this is the driest it is ever been for the northeast. in boston and worcester, almost 10 inches drive for the year. a difficult year we would have about 30 inches. clear about one third of where we should be. this started quite a while ago.
we expected this. kind of lifting its way on through. damages to few sprinkles. most people did not get much out of it. this morning and even right now still a lot of holes in the cloud cover. it is muggy out there and warm already. scattered showers continue to look northward. as you travel up to the west, a few scattered showers around more than anything else. what is happening? we have a cold front to the west. we have all this humidity running through here and some upper air disturbances. we will be seeing more of that as we have to the rest of today. more bit tonight, especially in the overnight hours in tomorrow morning. that will be the best opportunity for seeing some
to see some scattered showers developing this afternoon. seems the spot we can see the rain this morning, we will see more. the threat continues through 8:00 tonight. could be an occasional downpour. most of the rain will hold off until after midnight. here is the map at 1:00 in the morning. look at that line out there. showers, thunderstorms and downpours. be careful if you're driving around tonight and tomorrow morning. 8:00 in the morning there are some bands of rain setting up. focused out in this area. the southeastern part of the state. you may stay dry until tomorrow morning. this is where we start to get dispatch through the 11:00 in the morning. not a lot of sunshine tomorrow. probably a few scattered showers. plan on a half inch to one inch of rain. not everyone oversee that one interframe. the most likely spot to see have your rate will be this area.
southeastern part of the state. as we look around the city, looking at gray skies. we have some breaking news. todd: this is governor andrew cuomo of new york about to address reporters with regard to the explosion we've been following. let's listen in to what the governor has to tell us. governor cuomo: we've just completed a walkingou the governor view the inspection. it's important to note the blast was not a proximity to the subway structure. we have teams that have inspected the 23rd six and 23rd and seventh and 23rd and eighth streets subway stations. i like as it is governor cuomo -- i would like to introduce
thanking whole team at the nta and the first responders who have done an extraordinary job since this explosion happened yesterday evening. as everybody knows, it was on 23rd street. there is significant property damage on both sides of the explosion. 29 people were injured but there were no fatalities. thanks for today. when you see the amount of damage, we were really very lucky there were no fatalities at the time. we just inspected the subway station in the immediate area to see if there's any damage done from the explosion to the subway station. we are happy to report there was
running as early as tomorrow to return to full service. there may be certain entrances and exits that are closed depending on where the investigation is at that time. we will keep you up-to-date on that. i've been briefed by all the relevant evidence of an international terrorism connection with this incident. but it is very early in the investigation. it is just starting. the fbi has brought the evidence they have collected from the side of the explosion, as well as the bomb that did not
it will be studying that. there always also been incident in seaside park, new jersey. they are also taking that material to quantico to review that material also. i spoke with governor christie this morning. we are coordinating our resources between new york and new jersey to see if there's anything we can learn. main coordinating force is the joint terrorism task force. the bombs that were it in seaside, new jersey appeared to be different from the ones that were in manhattan. as i mentioned, the response for the first responders was extraordinary. you drill all the time and do exercises all the time, but it is different when it happens.
homeland security, new york state police. fire department. everyone work together and is coordinating on the investigation. we have no reason to believe that this time that there is any further immediate threat. just to air on the side of caution, -- caution, we will deploy an additional 1000 yard state police and national guard people to police the bus terminals, airports and subway stations. again, just to err on the side of caution. i want new yorkers to be confident when they go back to work on monday that new york is up and running and we are doing everything we need to do.
listening to new york governor andrew cuomo talking about getting briefed on the explosion in new york city that happened last night. reiterating what the mayor was saying. there has been no evidence of a connection to international terrorism. the investigation into the explosion is still very early. also saying the second device found, the pressure cooker will be inspected. todd: and taken to quantico. the fbi has investigation is starting. he said there was no connection to international terrorism, and that builds on what the mayor said yesterday. this obviously was intentional. this was no accident. we have more details as the day goes on and we will bring those to you. just to confirm, 29 people have been injured. the vast majority of them have been treated at hospitals and released. antionette: 10:21 and we are
injured falling a stabbing attack at a minnesota mall. the attacker were shot and killed by an off-duty police officer. the injured suffered nonlife threatening injuries. the attacker reportedly made references to allah. they say the motive is unclear. a charter bus crash in north carolina these four people dead and dozens injured. it was carrying a south carolina college football team. it struck a bridge on highway 47 and a tire blew. 42 passengers were the status of the driver and players is unknown at this time. antionette: the u.s. air force has been forced to ground some of its new f 35 fighter jets. the faulty lines affect 57 aircraft, 10 of which were already in the field. they will be fixed. the remainder will be fixed before delivery. the f 35 is described as the most expensive weapons system in
workout partner. todd: playing catch with his son, and the special connection he has to the field they were on. antionette: we are following the breaking news at a new york city. new york's governor speaking, updating us. 29 people are last night in chelsea. at this point the governor says there is no evidence that any international terrorism connection. it's still very early on in the investigation. we should cooker, will be inspected at quantico. we will continue to stay on top of this developing situation and bring you the latest as it comes
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mike: the showers kind of winning a little bit -- wanning a little bit. about whether. at: 30 j.c.'s be there to talk about the weather, the news and all the things going on. i think today you will be talking about the rain. a few scattered showers today. more of it will happen after midnight tonight through tomorrow morning. that's the best opportunity for rain. even scattered showers tomorrow afternoon. sunshine returns on wednesday and thursday as agreed to beginning of fall. antionette: the patriots getting
dolphins this afternoon without tom brady. you know what? thomas getting his own work out in. todd: visiting his alma mater in michigan. he tosses the touchdown pass to his son. wait for it. wait for it -- there we go. it is get. brady posted on facebook saturday he was at a michigan game for the first time since he graduated. he is usually busy this time of year. celebrating his career. antionette: the best part is the dab. the kids these days know what they are doing with the move. todd: and his son is only nine. obviously he is on top of things. antionette: getting ready for his career. todd: no doubt. a push to legalize pot.
the amazing escape from the passengers on board. todd: and following that breaking news in new york. investigators working around-the-clock the clock after an explosion rocks new york city. specifically the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. 29 people heard, the majority have been treated and released from hospitals. the second device found a few blocks away. we will follow this breaking story on-air, ? you didn't listen to your parents. and look where it got you.
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boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. antionette: we will get to that news in new york city about the explosion. first, good morning to you. . 10:30 on sunday morning. todd: doug is off today. if the home opener for the patriots. i tweeted a little pic of the traffic. [laughter] antionette: he really awaiting. -- he really awaiting. mike: a raincoat or poncho. there is not much out there. just about the time he say i don't need it, that's when you get scattered showers. this is where we see a lifting up and weakening quite a bit. this will not amount to too much this morning. as you look up to the
happening in the last hour. don't worry, there are more opportunities. we are cradled in this area ahead of the cold front. the humidity he's roaring in. effort for showers and thunderstorms. the best bet is after midnight tonight. this afternoon a lot of gray skies. sunshine should be fading away for the afternoon. it will be warm and muggy with temperatures in the low 80's. the real main eventoe thunderstorms heading this way. clicky me tomorrow could be a little on the slow side because of ponding on the roadways. when the sunshine returns and let begin to greet the first day of fall coming up. antionette: new surveillance video in overnight of the explosion that rocked new york city. that last injuring at least 29 people. the fire department says most of
being investigated. reporter: federal and local agencies continue their work on the scene. the governor says there is no evidence of international terrorism, but it's early in the investigation. they are to play 1000 state police troopers and national guardsmen to monitor subway stations and to make sure new yorkers feel safe in the return on monday. the explosion happened about 8:30 last night. the mayor says the incident was an intentional act us at the city received no specific or credible threat from any terror organizations. a second device was found a few blocks away. we are told that device is a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. the governor says that devices been taken to quantico by the fbi to study a further.
2:45 this morning. it blew up the windows in the cars in the area. the explosion was extremely loud and every thing was shaking. >> i was driving a car. the next thing you know i felt the explosion and the car tilted. when he came back down isis blacked out -- i just blacked out. the next thing i knew i was in the ambulance. reporter: there are still no leads. antionette: the explosion of manhattan, as well as the latest on a second device found blocks away. the latest on air, online and on our mobile app. president obama is heading to new york city for a fund-raising event. and the un's general assembly begins tomorrow with hundreds of world leaders flying into the city. todd: that at the white house expresses regret after a u.s.-led airstrike hit syrian
unintentional loss of life. the security council has a closed emergency session last night to discuss the strike. this came at the request of russia. the u.s. is calling russia's request -- >> even by russia's standards, tonight start, they start -- stunt replete with moralism in grandstanding is uniquely cynical and hypocritical. todd: says the airstrike put a very big question mark on the cease-fire in syria. antionette: mn injured at a deadly crash is prepared to face the justin morrow. he faces charges of motor vehicle homicide and driving to endanger. two people were killed when his suv slammed into the sweet tomatoes restaurant in march. his license was indefinitely
just over a week ago after a month-long investigation. boston police investigating a deadly triple shooting in dorchester. this was breaking news yesterday. boston police say the man, all in their 20's, were shot after 2:00 saturday morning. this was in the area of nightingale and wales street. one victim was pronounced dead. they are expected to be ok. looking for a man who pretended to be one of them. police say a woman was pulled over on new hampton road, asked for her license and registration, then she was let go. the suspect had blue and white lights on his car in wearing a dark uniform. the man did not display a badge. investigators say this was the only incident they are aware of, but they did increase patrols in the area and will also stay at the victims home.
wrong with the situation. todd: impersonating an officer is a felony. they could face 3.5 to seven years in prison. antionette: pushing for pot despite a last-minute fight. boston's pro marijuana freedom rally is underway this weekend. todd: the people attending are excited about recent polls showing voters are close to legalizing rat november. >> 3, 2, 1. reporter: at exactly 4:20 p.m. by huge cloud of smoke floated about boston common, part -- one of the biggest acts of civil disobedience in the country. that might soon change. >> the last freedom rally under
legalization of massachusetts came closer than ever to achieving their goal. with the recent poll on question 4 showing the yes side ahead among likely voters by five points. >> i'm very excited. i'm definitely voting and anybody i can talk to, i try to talk them into voting. >>. if it's legalized, we will be all fine reporter: organizers of freedom rally went to court to get a permit. they say the city into the proceeds by trying to force them to allow outside food vendors onto the festival grounds. >> but never have to do that before. it was just a speed bump they can throw in our way. >> it's not true. reporter: the mayor says he opposes recreational marijuana and campaign against question 4, this office treats the freedom rally like any other event. >> i believe they went from one
never had a problem reporter: he says the outcome will ultimately likely depend on voter turnout. in boston, wcvb newscenter 5. antionette: cass, weapons and drugs missing from a braintree police department evidence room. criminal cases are being dropped because of this. on today's on the record, the attorney general talks about her investigation. >> these are serious allegations. the mayor and the district at anytime there is an allegation that something in the criminal justice system has been tinkered with, weather may be a problem you have got to get in, do the investigation, hold is accountable who need to be accountable and make sure the right policies and practices are in place. >> at first this looks like? >> to seem to tell. antionette: he can rest on the record at 11:00 at the attorney
o'brien, and then cityline at noon. a plane crashes into a house in arizona. todd: how everyone on board managed to escape for the crash. and the reason for flights saved their lives. mike: we are getting some much-needed rain. the heavier rain is on the way. antionette: we are following breaking news at a new york city. please find a second device overnight. a a cell phone not take to it -- duct tapped to it. 29 people have been treated and released in the hospital. the mayor calling this an intentional act, but saying at this point there is no indication of an international
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no indication of a terrorism connection. there have been no arrests so far. todd: the second device found four blocks away from the explosion. it appears to be a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. it did not detonate. it was removed and brought to a police department firing range in the bronx. it will now be heading to quantico, virginia. the fbi fully studying at. investigators have not confirmed if it -- antionette: recovering from a fiery plane crash in arizona. everyone on board managed to reject before the plane struck the house. two people inside the home or not injured. the pilot was brought to the hospital with earns --burns. the cause is under investigation. >> now your storm team 5 forecast. mike: we have the driest summer ever recorded.
there. we have not seen much but we may see more as we head to the overnight hours. a few scattered showers working northward right now and weakening. i think the afternoon for the gray skies. a few holes in the cloud cover. as long as we sit in this area through here with all the heat and humidity in place and it will front approaching we have a chance of seeing showers and thunderstorms. after midnight tonight and tomorrow morning seems to best opportunity for seeing rain. in the afternoon a band of showers redevelop. this time it's a bit to the north. we are waiting for the next batch to come in. here it is about 1:00 the morning. a new batch of showers pushes through and we will see showers and perhaps rumbles of thunderstorms early tomorrow morning into the lunchtime hour. then it is still hanging around in the afternoon. good news.
will get it in some places will not. let's call it happen next to one inch of rain. some areas close to each other maybe seeing a little bit or a lot depending on how they set up this afternoon. we will keep an eye to the sky just encase. today we have the gray skies. a few showers as well. tomorrow a threat of showers during the morning hours. this line will push its way through l scattered showers into the afternoon. not a lot of sunshine on monday. tuesday, i'm that a slight chance of scattered showers. a little bit of cloud cover left over in the morning. could be a few sprinkles out of that. we go for sunshine late in the day. about 82 degrees. humidity is going down. speaking of humidity going out, it will be sticking today and tomorrow. then it starts to draw up on tuesday, wednesday and thursday bottoms out.
at what happens on thursday the arrival of the equinox. about 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of sunshine. it officially rises at 10:21 in the morning. it will be cool and refreshing. humidity will be down and the highs will be in the 70's. . at the end of the week, a few scattered showers on friday and that will usher in some new cool air. todd: the tailgating is already begun in foxborough. getting ready for game two of the season. they take on the miami dolphins today. gronk is out. we also learned that david ortiz will be honored during a pregame ceremony. fans are asked to be in their seats i-12: 40 this afternoon. again takes off at 1:00. the baseball where the red sox
a two run homer and driving in three runs. 6-5 the final. they take on the yankees again tonight. wednesday march the 300th anniversary celebration of boston light, the first lighthouse. antionette: j.c. monahan toward some of new england's other lighthouses and we caught up with her in plymouth. ? report: lighthouse tripping is the getting there. sometimes my land, sometimes by sea. the journey to plymouth light station is on a rugged road along the beach, ending on a peninsula. >> five miles are here in the middle of the ocean. reporter: a lighthouse has to
>> the third lighthouse built in massachusetts, the aging united states. the oldest freestanding in the country. they brought shipbuilders of the put together in 1842 after the previous lighthouse had fallen apart. at the time there were 20 lighthouses. the first twin lighthouses in the country. reporter: the light guiding commercial traffic and was witnessed to skirmishes in the revolution and war of 1812. from the canal en route to boston. >> everything out here is powered by solar or generators, or no power at all. reporter: business are limited to the saturday on memorial weekend and special events. >> four bedroom, two bath ranch. most of our renters are repeat printers. reporter: the property is leased
best plymouth bay. both have stood watch for generations. >> my grandfather lived here all through the 1950's and into the 60's. he was a lobster man. no electricity, no water, no store. provided in ridding ourselves. reporter: all worth it says scott day who never tires of the view. >> is unique, one-of-a-kind. antionette: tomorrow, check in with a rustic resort nature robert frost. butter so good it is championed.by chefs around the country and a good long hike. exploring middle very, vermont, tomorrow at 7:30 on chronicle. it is so perfectly fall. it starts on thursday. we are following breaking news out of new york city this morning. todd: 29 people injured in an
the mayor calling a deliberate but also saying there is some indication of an international terrorism connection. diane is here with breaking info. reporter: all 29 people injured have been treated and released in the hospital. they governor says they are deployed 1000 state troopers and national guardsmen to monitor subway stations to err on the side of caution to make sure new yorkers feel safe on monday. he says there is no evidence of international terrorism, but it's ely night. the blast appears to have originated in a toolbox construction trash container in front of her residence for the blind. a second device was found a few blocks away from the scene. it's a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. it was removed safely but officials in the conference if the device is an explosive device. the fbi has taken that device to quantico to study it further. it's unclear if was behind the
also breaking overnight, one stupid ever is dead. is that partner rescued. both pulled from the water's. the district attorney says they were found by civilian voters knew -- boaters. investigators say the diver who died was experienced. it appears he ran out of oxygen as he attempted to resurface. the current then pushed him into the rocks. today but nothing too significant. in some places they might get a nice downpour. later on tonight and tomorrow morning is the best opportunity for seeing rain. we have a couple of gray days coming your way. some sunshine will be fading into the afternoon. demi get the sunshine backplate on tuesday, wednesday and thursday. it looks great as we usher in the beginning of fall.
next weekend. it will feel like fall. todd: and for the football fans, they should take some gear with them. mike: you can leave it at home, that's when you need it. antionette: annual hit traffic. mike:. we better get going but we would hit traffic on home antionette: have yourself a great week. oh, dishwasher, why don't you dry my dishes? oh, he doesn't know any better. you just need to add finish? jet-dry? in the rinse aid compartment. it's there for a reason. it dries much better than detergent alone. sorry dishwasher. finish? jet-dry?.
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