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to get out before it's too late. >> our number one priority is protecting life. the storm has already killed multiple people and we should expect the same impact in florida if people do not take this seriously. >> with millions expected to evacuate from florida to south and north carolina traffic jams are expected and forecasts show matthew nearing florida friday
as of now through the caribbean at least 11 deaths have been blamed on hurricane matthew. emily: you can track hurricane matthew anytime on our wcvb mobile news app. if you don't have them yet go download them in the app store on apple and android. breaking news in brussels where prosecutors say there is reason to believe a violent attack on police's terror related street by a knife wielding man, one in the neck, the other in the abdomen. it the attacker was stopped by a second group of officers. he broke the nose of one who shot him in the leg. no indication of what the possible terror connection is at this hour. erika: breaking news in cambridge were a bicyclist was struck and killed by a truck. several children of their way to school witnessing the crash. rhondella richardson is live at the scene with the latest.
grief counseling this morning. the tractor-trailer is still here on the scene and you can see that bicycle right underneath. let's take a look at the video from earlier. this is the mass ave somerville area just after 8:00 this morning. several cyclists in the area when a man was struck and killed after colliding with an 18 wheeler tractor-trailer. cambridge driver remain unseen and has been cooperating. no charges as it is an ongoing investigation. out here it is very busy. if that means the roads will remain closed between somerville avenue and each street around the mass ave area. the victim is a man. still unidentified by name. right now the body is behind that orange barrier.
noon, we are hearing from a former marine sergeant who received a bilateral arm transplant at brigham and women's hospital. john peck lost all four limbs in 2010 when he stepped on improvised explosive device while serving in afghanistan. in august he received the transplant. peck says he was in tremendous pain at first at about to continue fighting. he has this message for the anonymous donor's family. know what you're going through at this time but i will to you this. your loved one's death will not be for nothing. every day that i look down at our new arms, i will drive on through the pain and i will never give up. i will remember his selflessness and his gift until the day i die and i will not take it for granted. emily: pack says his dream job is to become a chef and now he
more from him tonight starting at 5:00. erika: this man is one of two accused in a shootout with boston police that prompted an hours long search. both expected to face a judge on attempted murder charges. antoinette antonio is live at the west roxbury courthouse with more. antoinette: those two 25-year-old men are being arraigned after police say they shot at officers after an undercover during a gun trafficking investigation at a home on newburgh street in roslindale. police say eric was otto gonzales and luis colon began shooting appellees. colon was captured. rosado gonzales got away prompting a door-to-door search. he was tracked down nearly five hours later on south street a few blocks away.
caution but is expected to be ok. both suspects are currently being arraigned on those charges of assault with intent to murder. we will bring you the latest later on today. emily: thank you. right now one person is under arrest after a deadly shooting in lawrence. the victim was shot in the basement of a home on boxford street yesterdayft , is expected in court to face murder charges. erika: one person hurt after this crash in revere. police said car slammed into a child's room in an apartment building on north shore road. the child, luckily not hurt nor was anyone inside the home. police say this corner is prone to accidents. aaron hernandez heading back to court. hernandez is set to stand trial
prosecutors say he gunned down daniel de abreu and safiro furtado. emily: attorneys who represented a teenager in a high profile sex assault case it may be called as witnesses to prove they provided efiv year of misdemeanor sexual assault and a felony charge of using a computer to laura 15-year-old girl. labrie's new attorney says her client may have received some flawed legal guidance. >> even the best of attorneys make mistakes. i think that's what happened here and we are confident moving forward that this won't be the last step in this case. emily: labrie and his attorney will be back in court for the ineffectiveness council hearing
are suspended for four games. pentucket high school says the girls violated the policy on substance but the details are unclear. the team has enough players that they will not have to forfeit any games. the superintendent tells the eagle tribune officials are working with students and families involved in this situation. dining hall workers at harvard university are off the job area they went on strike after failing to reach a contract agreement health care. they had met 19 times in five months. school officials say they have a plan to make sure all students are fed. erika: both campaigns declaring victory after the last presidential debate. the one thing everybody seems to be talking about. emily: a public show of solidarity. the entire celtics team making a statement on the court. cindy: we have sunshine out there right now but will it
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kelly ayotte you know- and i'm still fighting for you. erika: it is back to the campaign trail for the two meant to want to be vice president. last night they had a spirited one-time only televised debate. emily: although neither
this debate. elizabeth: the vice president joe face-off with filled with insults and interruptions. >> let me talk about this. >> i think we're still on my time. elizabeth: with neither senator tim kaine nor governor mike pence holding back. >> donald trump has called mexicans rapists and criminals. >> he whipped out the mexican thing again. h difficult time but he used the tax code the way it's supposed to be used. >> have you know that>>? elizabeth: and rusher with kaine repeatedly on the attack. >> he said vladimir putin -- >> that is inaccurate. elizabeth: interrupting pence almost twice as often. pence at times was less than
>> six times i have said the government has i cannot imagine how you could defend your running mate position on one issue after the next and in all six cases he's refused to defend -- >> don't put words in my mouth. elizabeth: google experts say pence won on style and kaine on substance but neither came out a clear victor. >> i think mike pence came out ahead but he did not help donald trump. i think tim kaine did not help himself but he held till or clinton. -- that he helped out hillary clinton. other more than 100 times in 90 minutes. both campaigns happy with what they saw clinton calling the night a win for kaine while trumped weeding out we should all be proud of mike. emily: the next of -- the next presidential debate is sunday in st. louis. that debate begins at 9:00 p.m. erika: senator elizabeth warren throwing out some heat west ash
smart for him not to pay one dime. what kind of amanda is that? a selfish little sleaze ball who will never be president of the united states. erika: the most recent polls showed trump and clinton in a statistical dead heat in nevada. emily: nearly 30% of america's children may be exposed to toxic that finding coming from report released by senator at -- senator ed markey. pcbs have been linked to cancer's and other health problems. impact of the 14 million students nationwide including here in massachusetts. there are number concerns for the stern no concern for requirements -- to ensure pcbs are not present.
graphic warning labels on cigarette packages. and what the fda to abide by it to thousand nine law which requires rules for color graphics on packages depicting the dangers of smoking. tobacco companies sued five years ago to strike down the labels in federal court citing the first amendment. erika: the boston celtics joining in a methanol anthem --. >> for decades the people who have worn this jersey has stared in the face of social unrest. during the anthem the players and coaching staff linked armed and -- to bring attention to racial injustice. the celtics stance is the same taken in a teen photo during the 1960-61 season. emily: a fan actually threw a
but his teammate was not so calm about the whole thing, getting pretty animated. even toronto police got involved as they headed into the stands. the fan could face charges. erika: we continue to watch hurricane matthew and now -- cindy: hermine was a landfall in hurricane in florida but it was a weaker one. this is a category 3 or 4. hurricane in florida since 2005. you can see the red shading, the hurricane warnings only of the coast of florida until you get to daytona beach. let me give you the latest. matthew has the winds of 120 miles per hour moving toward the northwest at 12 miles per hour and it is going to continue to lift toward the north and west. hurricane conditions are going to be getting into the bahamas
part of the bahamas. look how close this is to miami. the impact will be felt along the coastline and further inland likely as well. this is going to be a category four hurricane expecting tremendous rainfall about eight to 12 inches. there likely will be more than six inches of rain in parts of florida. by friday morning right off the coast, point. from here it begins to lift northward getting into south carolina or very close to the coast of south carolina. by saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. it is actually drifting further offshore but it's not moving further northward in latitude and you could see what a distance this is from our area so i major shift in the past 12 to 24 hours of the track of matthew. if this holds there will not be
building across our area. right now it looks more likely that matthew will have more of an impact on our weekend forecast and computer models, not a single one bring this up here into southern new england that we are still going to watch it closely. locally our weather looking good. blue sky and sunshine right now. in boston, 59 degrees so the wind is coming off the water. stronger along the coast, 10 to 20 miles per hour in nantucket. degrees. i think we gain in the interior but hold along the coast. clear skies once -- overtures are going to drop tonight. there has been more cloud cover across the cape. those clouds will likely road as high purchasing southward. this front off to the west, this is our next opportunity for showers. it is this front as it
south. lots of things working and steering matthew away from us in southern new england. it looks like that is going to be a case but we will keep you posted. 30's and 40's so it's going to be a chilly one. coming in off the water, sunshine, 60's at the coast. things look very quiet the rest of the week. warmer on friday. we approaches you may see a few showers in here. as that front continues to push through sunday morning matthew is down the coast and that is likely where it is going to stay as it continues to stay offshore . we are taking the rain at this point out of the forecast for sunday and columbus day on monday but all eyes continue to be on matthew. it is likely going to have major impacts in florida and down along the southeast coastline.
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erika: pro-dancer sasha farber popped the question developer dancer emma slater during dancing with the stars. despite the double elimination of the new and kenny babyface edmonds everyone still has something big to celebrate. emily: pressures on. pretty nice stretch. cindy: we are watching matthew. latest trends continue to indicate it's going to stay away from us this weekend with little to no impact around here locally. all eyes on matthews in florida. emily: get some rest. erika: she made it through.
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