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anchor: clues just released in a possible abduction. >> rain is getting heavier. anchor: digging for answers. >> what the driver failed to do during the panic. >> a deputy speaking out. >> who he says is the real hero. from boston's news later this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 7:00. add to: take a look at this. this is a video from spring the yields. heavy rain will impact your night. maria: wind will also be an
higher elevations. 3-4 inches of snow. enough taking on a few trees. it is still going on. heavier rain is moving in. that is going to be a problem with all of the leaves. that clogs the drains. some low-ke local street flooding. as we go out, the snow area will shrink. more heavy rain. it could be an embedded thunderstorm. still rain early tomorrow morning. the other thing is the wind. a wind advisory has been issued
much more than a few minutes. ed: breaking news, mass dot saying there will be a grace for drivers who do not have an ez pass transponder. if you don't have a transponder when electronic tolling starts tomorrow night you'll get a bill in the mail. you'll have to pay it in full without the ez pass discount but once you get a transponder you'll get credit for the that grace period will last for six months. maria: also breaking the search is on for a man involved in a possible abduction. it happened this afternoon in londonderry, new hampshire. ben simmoneau is at the breaking news desk with the suspect's description. reporter: ed, this is a possible abduction of an adult. let's show you the picture of the man police are after tonight. he is 22-year-old victor rosario last seen on harvey road in this
we have a picture of the car. there it is. this new hampshire license plate , this is a possible abduction that happened at the ecco on delta drive in londonderry. if you've seen the car or rosario give police a call. maria: also breaking, this man richard herrera is under arrest after police say a woman in barnstable caught him robbing her house. she was just coming home when she saw him leaving. she tried to stop him trying to grab his keys but he drove away grazing her. she was not hurt and police caught up with him a few minutes later.
looking into what went right and what went wrong on the orange line yesterday. as smoke filled cars, passengers jumped out windows. newscenter 5's david bienick is live outside the back bay station with the latest on the investigation. reporter: the mbta says the operator who was at the controls here yesterday followed all the rules, except one. and for that he will receive additional training. reporter: service is act up and running on the or day after a motor on one of the trains overheated, started spewing smoke, and forced passengers to break windows to escape. >> i'm relieved no one was seriously hurt area -- hurt. reporter: the mbta says the operator of the train did not open the doors because the first of six cars was already pulled out of the station and stopped over a third rail surging with 600 volts of electricity. the mbta says the operator did the right thing, by moving passengers from the first car into the second.
doors, passengers started smashing out. in one of the cell phone videos, you can hear him asking people to wait. a spokesman said, the mistake made was failing to announce his intentions to passengers before he began the evacuation process. he was approaching the cars when customers, understandably, began to self-evacuate. governor baker said the incident shows more investment is needed. the mbta does plan to build 284 new cars, like this, for the orange and red lines. the first production models are scheduled to roll out of a factory in springfield in just over two years. >> if i could wave a magic wand, to get them online, tomorrow i would. reporter: the president pointed out there used to be to
live in the back gate, newscenter 5. maria: earlier tonight, a tough audit for a state run home for veterans in chelsea. some disturbing conditions found for these veterans. and 5 investigates took a look as well, and karen anderson joins us now. reporter: we were invited into the chelsea soldiers home by a veteran who lives there and is upset about the conditions. inside we found what appeared to be mold, an expired elevator inspection, out of order washing machines, anen maintenance. the state auditor discovered even more problems. her review from 2013 to 2015, now being released, found unsafe and unsanitary living conditions at the home. including evidence of leaking water or sewage over a food prep area rodent droppings . inside residents rooms they found dangerous clutter overloaded electrical outlets. and even what appears to be
. >> it is disgusting. it looks like it has been that for some time which is the most disheartening. it is the chlorophyll. it should not have been allowed to eat assist. the most disturbing thing, this has been going on for so long. some hard questions have to be asked about the future >> they sent us these pictures. they say they have made significant investment. they are looking at a major renovation at that chelsea side. maria: that is awful. i am glad they are taking steps to fix it.
the auditor is working on a review right now of the holyoke's soldiers home. they are hearing similar concerns. they're looking at patient care and staffing levels. maria: looking forward to that. ed: we are hearing from the sheriff's deputy who stepped in to help a rampage. he says he is not the only hero here. >> this on the long road to healing. it is like a weight was lifted off of his shoulder. the window also speaking about finding her own way out of grief. >> i realized it was my six month anniversary. something has to change. i have to do something better than sit here and cry.
she didn't deal alive until she started collecting donations to auction off in a fundraiser where her husband todd. >> coping is an easy. >> george is the hero. he was up and wrestling with mr. derosa before i could react. reporter: we have talked about something happens. he helps and i run. >> the sheriff's deputy return to work with a new canine. >> his name is he.
reporter: another footnote, she had a baby girl, nine pounds seven ounces. if you want to help or hear more go to her facebook page. it's going to be inside in november. there is a chair there with a plaque honoring george. maria: thank you. the group behind in major tax scam victims received from people claiming to be the irs. anchor: the heavy rain is moving into the boston area. still some snow. the wind hasn't even started yet. maria: fresh veggies helping
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20 people under arrest accused of running a tax scam that drains millions of dollars from innocent people. the justice department says the suspects were located in 6 states and india. ed: a new poll shows curt schilling has an uphill fight if he wants to challenge senator warren leads 58% to schilling's 24. the former sox ace says he's interested in running,but needs the ok from his family. warren has not said if she plans to run for reelection. those are the numbers. in tonight's 5 for good a fruitful growing operation in lincoln is bringing fresh produce to those struggling with homelessness in boston.
greens program. reporter: root vegetables just perfect this time of year. at lindentree farm in lincoln this healthy harvest is for the homeless. thanks to the food rescue organization food for free, for decades the yield from a quarter acre dubbed the field of greens has been donated to those in need. in massachusetts alone, 1 in 9 people struggle with food insecurity. reporter: boston's pine street inn. their van loaded and a fast 20 miles away, unloaded. to be served here same day. executive chef frank van overbeeke has been enjoying these deliveries. >> the only fresh produce and fruit that we would get on a normal basis is product that's rescued from the grocery store which is great but that's not alot. reporter: food for free has
time they planted specifically for the shelter. often times when you're getting rescued food you're not necessarily given enough of any given item, or it may be near the end of it's life. we were for the first time we were able to target every single crop to their menu. reporter: that gives us an enormous amount in one day that we can use for an entire meal and everybody then gets to benefit from it. reporter: it's better nutrition and more enjoyment for pine street's 1600 guests per day. just to feed o just for one meal. reporter: it's absolutely a team effort. the owner of the farm giving his time and space. >> my role has become starting the seeds in the greenhouse, providing the land and doing the initial tillage of the land. reporter: and food for free's staff and army of volunteers giving their hard work. >> this particular model is fantastic. reporter: this just a small part
distribute food from stores and markets that would otherwise go to waste. they say about 40% of the food that's grown in the us never gets eaten. ed: i have to put my glasses on. does that say snowfall? harvey: he has got it right. many places are elevated. the tarmac was covered at the airport. ite , they are far away from the ocean. they were able to sustain snow. this is the water equivalent for those getting rain. we have close to an inch of moisture. heavier rain moving into boston right now. how much rain should we get out of this? about an inch.
deficits. that is because of the heavy rain last friday night. here is the way it looks in boston. when does south, southeast. they will get stronger and stronger now. the wind will be a factor. eastern massachusetts, 57. wind coming off the water. a lot we still have a snow area. that is in the process of lifting northward. here is a wider view. still some bands of snow. you can see that all lifts to the north. one band may move out. more is going to follow. there could be a couple of
storm. tomorrow the heaviest rain will be north of us. even at the beginning of the commute it will be up to boston. there are to be a lot of clouds. there are going to be a backlash from the storm. partially clear for early saturday. in terms of snowfall this is where it is going to be that is where i think 3-6, maybe 6-12. wind advisory, into the day tomorrow. you can see here this is what is expected. still quite windy during the day tomorrow. storm impacts my very high chance of rain.
a low chance of thunderstorm. these are your high temperatures tomorrow. sunday we may break out into some partial sun. it may give rain from the pike southward. high impact day tomorrow because of the wind. you can get the idea. 30-40 the other thing is halloween looks great. 39 at 9:00 p.m.. maria: i thought you said we would be trick-or-treating. ed: he is going to be a meteorologist. maria: the patriots got a key offense of weapon. anchor: and how he plans to stay
he had a second surgery in the summer. one patriot getting healthier -- gronk. >> i remember i was a rookie and shy. definitely, it hurt to go one more inch. the journey is over. you know you gave it all. carry five guys. not even to guys. maria: that is it. anchor: most talk about the journey. his journey is five yards, 35 yards, it's a journey.
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