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>> rain and. how long it sticks around in what it could mean. >> a clerk dragged out of the store where she managed to make her escape. >> this is newscenter 5 at 5:00. jc: breaking news in worcester, sky 5 over country club boulevard where police are responding to a report of a child injured. ben: this just happened within the last hour or so we're told the child was rushed to the hospital and is in stable condition. we don't know the age just yet . we do have a crew on the way and will bring you more information as we get it. jc: we continue to following breaking news out of new jersey tonight. at least one person killed more than one hundred hurt in a train crash. ben: the commuter rail train slamming into the hoboken terminal during the morning rush. newscenter 5's john atwater is tracking developments from the breaking news desk. this is the biggest station in new jersey. reporter: it is busy. investigators are focused on how this happened.
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medical emergency that operator may have suffered. survivors climbed through debris trying to help the victims, nats as emts tended to the dozens who were hurt. >> his i was gone. he only had one side. there was blood everywhere. >> i was assisting folks to get them outside the ones who could walk. it was just not a good scene. reporter: steel beams, concrete platform as the nj transit commuter train plowed through a bumper at the end of the line, just before 9:00 a.m, a woman on that platform was killed and dozens on that train have serious injuries. this man broke through a window to escape. >> we tried to clear the way. so we made them stick out of the way. >> it was a chaotic area.
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all going airborne as it crashed through supporting columns. a man says there was no sense anything was wrong until he felt the collision. >> he did not slow down. >> the operator is in critical condition. he is cooperating with investigators. >> the new jersey crash is putting pressure on railroads across the cnt be ready here. >> the police are searching for more suspects in connection with the break-in. investigators remain busy tonight. >> busy and in the last half-hour they shut down main street.
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>> there are two suspects considered armed and dangerous. >> residents will not soon forget a site they will remember. >> i came home but this is a quiet neighborhood. >> from the air, on the ground, for men were seen running from this quite she heard the yea young mn breaking in the back windows. >> with two on the loose neighbors are on high alert. >> we are the doors locked and making sure my mom is ok. >> the schools under shelter and
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police tell us the investigation remains young at this point. >> may have joined the probe after seven days at sea. the 22-year-old is disputing allegations his boat may have been unsafe. he said he would not have taken her out phishing if you thought it was not seaworthy. the pair was off of the coast f -- there has been no sign of his mother. >> i did not see or hear my mom. i swam to the liferaft and got
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to my mom. jc: he was under suspicion in the death of his grandfather who was found dead in his connecticut home. he was never charged and denies involvement. a victory for the family of lizzie marriott. her private history will be protected as her killer presumes -- resumes an appeal. ruled today marriott's sexual history will not be released during the appeal process. that overturns 80 earlier ruling. victims rights organizations are calling it a groundbreaking ruling. ben: harvey joins us now.
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that is only a possibility. there are others. let's go and show you the track of the storm. these are the different computer models taking it pretty much west. then somewhere between jamaica and southeastern bahamas, it is after that it gets very problematic. there is a possibility it could track and approach us late next week. there's a chance it will move slowly and only get closer to the carolinas.
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we will be following closely. many of us broke into some sunshine today. there is rain down near new jersey. there is some indication rain could stop -- start to approach but it may take a while to get up here as the low levels have dried out. donald trump has brought his campaign back to new hampshire spending time with voters in bedford. newscenter 5's janet wu was there she joins us live, janet? reporter: he wasted no words attacking hillary clinton on her vulnerabilities. her e-mails, her connections to the establishment and the
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disappointed they are getting plenty of hits. >> tended to -- 22 groups lobbied the state department while hillary clinton was secretary of state. favors and access were granted to those who wrote checks. she put the office of secretary of state up for sale. she and her financial backers will say anything, do anything to keep their grip on power, to keep their country. >> newsweek is reporting his company conducted business in cuba which was illegal. >> i never went to cuba. i never did business in cuba. >> there is nothing else to say. i would tell you openly if i did. i was not involved in doing
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his hotels funneled $68,000 through another company to send consultants to the island on a private is this trip when it was illegal to be doing business with the country. it is based on internal trump hotel documents. ben: hillary clinton is in iowa where early voting began today. she was urging to the polls. >> the former secretary of trailing her rival donald trump in the hawkeye state. she is looking to close a five-point gap. clinton told the crowd she has plans for lessening student debt and creating an affordable college education. this is a message to borneo
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for any family whose income is $125,000 or less. and to make it debt-free for everybody else so you only pay what you can afford to pay without going into debt. reporter: iowa is a swing state. early voting was a key piece of rock's strategy for years ago. voters cast votes before election day in 2012. >> 13,000 janitors across the boston area including those who claim the t say they will walk off of their job if they don't get a new contract. they rallied today, their contract runs out friday night. if there is no deal in place they may walk. >> we are at the table working
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and enough hours to sustain our families. >> time now for first alert traffic. there is the pike. it is crawling. not a bad ride if you had downtown. it will take 20 minutes from 93, you can work zone. further out it is 28 minutes from the toll. it flows southbound to northbound. it is 26 minutes now to route three and it is headed north.
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don't believe are true. ben: a major drug bust in new hampshire. it ended with one of the largest seizures ever in the granite
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer.
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cking the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ben: terrifying moments caught on camera in california. watch as this clerk is dragged. she is forced into that man's car. lapd say the man has been stalking her for weeks.
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where she was able to escape. it appears the man wanted a relationship with her and refused to take no for an answer. >> troubles for the company that makes epipen. they classify the epipen as a generic drug and qualified for lower rebate payments. the ceo has been under fire. she claims the company does not make much off of each pin but she gamed the system to diver millions of dollars from taxpayers. >> another rough day for the head of wells fargo. that company apologizing for the
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card accounts. he says some congressmen were doubtful. >> you tell me it took three years? i don't buy it. i think wells fargo was making a lot of money off of what you were doing. >> wells fargo has fired 5300 employees involved in the scam. the company has also been fined $185 million. jc: much ou slammed by a powerful storm. the system, which locals are referring to as a storm of historic proportions, whipped up strong winds and rain and an estimated 80,000 lightning strikes. no deaths or serious injuries have been reported but that is a lot of damage. >> in tents severe weather. >> for us? >> it is decent outside.
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here, it's a slow trip up. vermont and massachusetts, we have this battle going on. boston is 57. it is still a little bit gusty. that is 1000 feet up. 30 in nantucket. strongest wind near the south coast and the cape. up into the 60's. these will be your overnight low temperatures. the coolest north and west. you have the benefit of clear skies as well. if you are lucky enough to get sunshine and you get out early tomorrow that is going to be about it.
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affect us. this system is around the ohio valley. this is almost staying put. moisture is trying to get drawn northward. it makes it slow in terms of moving in. you see the clouds should be back tomorrow morning with rain moving in to southwestern connecticut. any heavier rain should hold off until friday night. overnight, then into saturday. some rain could be significant. we need the rain but it is coinciding with the weekend. as far as the red sox it will depend on timing.
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until after that. saturday is a rainy day. we will see if most rain can be over by then. we get into sunday. still cloudy, maybe drizzling. a couple of showers cannot be ruled out. that is the way it seems now. then there is matthew. here it is. it will continue to move westward. what it does after that, one computer model late next week makes it a close approach to us. another computer model is slower . even by next friday, if it takes that long to just get to that position chang -- chances are less. check out the next seven days
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that is how things are looking so far. ben: breaking news. they reported sexual assault and jamaica plain. a man with a gun approached her around 1:30 this morning. he took her phone and forced her into a yard and sexually assaulted her. jc: home depot is under fire tonight. ben: the halloween the store is now removing from shelves. jc: dogtags return to a family 100 years later. the role social media played. ben: and saying thanks in a big way. the push to rename the bridge in his honor. we dance on the salsa team together, and it's like a lot of power in what we wear. when we're practicing if i don't feel good in what i'm wearing i don't look good. t.j.maxx has that variety. i can get a lot for my money. it's like "yay t.j.maxx!"
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do. jc: another 34 million have started on their lists. ben: that i could see. compiling some things. jc: so who are those early bird shoppers? industry analysts say they're older, wealthier, college-educated women. one million people. ben: i don't believe that. commitment 2016 coverage continues ahead. our focus hones in on the battleground states. play in november. police investigating a disturbing scene in weymouth. a woman left tied up in a ravine. the information just in from police telling a different
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>> last week our region made into the national news cycle with this video. a mom passed on the floor of the retail store as her popular tries to wake her. paramedics administered narcan. it's a shocking video even for us well aware of the tragedy of the crisis. five investigates exposed has be -- become the drug of choice. small strips easily passed are hidden in cards and bibles. more than 300 inmates tested positive for the drug. karen anderson showed us the in the open tragedy known as methadone mile. she has returned to the battle
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area of the city has retained -- renamed recovery road. it will take more than a name to face the painful truth. first responders are getting better and better helping people survive overdoses yet the death toll is approaching 2000 this year shows we are losing ground. we're proud to partner with the department of public health in the ru and battle the stigma that can keep people from seeking treatment. our parent company is joining broadcasters and drug abuse experts nationwide to launch a campaign aimed at stopping the epidemic which claimed saving the eight lives every single day. we will continue to chronicle the struggle. the next generation is watching
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>> from boston, this is wcvb at 5:30. >> police investigating a report of sexual assault and jamaica plain. a woman with -- a man with a gun approached her. >> anyone with information is asked to call police. one person is dead, dozens hurt after a tragedy ine how it happened. >> maria is here with what we know. >> the major question is still how and why? officials are on the ground here at the station you see behind me beginning this investigation. this video shows the aftermath

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