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maria: a darings are cue from a burning home. >> cold weather in place, now tons of moisture. how much ice do we need to worry about. >> supermarket parking lots turned demolition derby. >> a wild crash at the height of holiday rush. >> the popular device that exploded inside. >> tonight, how they were honored on the ice. maria: right now, the storm system tom the west, guess what? massachusetts. you will feel impact on thanksgiving more. hello, ebb. i am maria stephanos. i am ben. meteorologist: some rain. some know. let me break it down for to you show you why it may not be a big threat for a lot of us. notice clear skies then we look at the lud cover to the west and
precipitationnd and a little bit of sleet and freezing rain. a batch of dry air that is hanging back here for awhile. not sweeping in here overnight and more toward tomorrow morning after sunrise. we have a big gap during the day. here comes the next batch of rain that is coming in tomorrow night. overnight tonight, certainly cold muff we get moisture to fall to make it. as i mention, most of this is happening after sunrise tomorrow morning. you the band of clouds and a starts to move the way in here. there is not going to be anything out of this but may be potty hour could be ice where i tomorrow morning. again, friday among, i will have the time lynne on that. marie? maria: thank you, mike. see you then. we are hearing from this man. >> he was confuse.
reporter: just behind us tonight, they are boardingp the be with does. you can see the extensive damage her. the owner was trapped on the other side of the front door. >> it was horrible. like i cannot describe it. reporter: neighbors knew elderly man was trapped inside. he was laying right there, bent around the door, i was kicking and pulling at same time. >> larry applegate and his neighbor dave horvath worked together to break down the door and rescue the man who had made it only as far as his front hall as the flames closed in. >> it took like four or five times because the smoke was so thick, and we had to keep on running out and catching our breath and going back in. >> they pulled the man through the thick, black smoke, dragging him out before firefighters
>> dave's still feeling the sting of the choking smoke, soot still smeared on his face. firefighters say if he and his neighbor hadn't been there, it would have been much worse. >> he had soot covered face his airway was compromised. >> he was really confused. he was covered in soot. just very disoriented. >> firefighters say that man was alert and talking when he was these neighbors hope their heroic efforts helped save a life. neighbors tell us the man who lives here is in the 80's. he is being treated tonight as firefighters continue their search for a cause. live tonight, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. maria: breaking tonight, a sixth young student has died from this horrific school bus crash in tennessee. the eight-year-old boy passed away earlier today. investigators say the bus driver
but police say he was speeding when that bus tipped and slammed into a tree. 24-year-old johnthony walker is in jail facing vehicular homicide charges. five children are still in the hospital. ben: this is the damage from a wild scene in a supermarket parking lot. a mangled shopping cart. banged-up cars. it's left a worker in the hospital tonight. newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is live in waltham with how it happened. jorge: this parking lot of the souper market was filled with shoppers late this afternoon. a woman crosses the lan and hilt the worker collecting shopping carts. the beginning of the chaos. people doing their last-minute thanksgiving grocery shopping suddenly scrambling for their lives. >> a couple of people down one turned out to be a worker for the supermarket.
knocked him down. one vehicle backed and just kept backing up, hit the cart, hit the carriage holder hit a bunch of carriages. >> a dark chevy with rhode island plates. a woman at the wheel after hitting the employee her car kept going. smashing into another parked car. >> i was shocked, how could she not see.
caused by a mechanical problem or driver error. a total of six cars smashed, but no serious injuries. another thing to be thankful for around tomorrow's dinner table. live in waltham, jorge quiroga, wcvb newscenter 5. maria: thank you. this lawyer right here, named one of the most eligible bachelor's. hauled into court again to face rape charges. newscenter 5's shaun chaiyabhat is live in boston with the new allegations against him. >> he was once, one of the country's most eligible bachelors. but the trail of rape allegations against him has now gone up to four. it's hard to tell gary zerloa. defendant from just another attorney. a one-time people magazine "most eligible bachelor". dressed in a suit, he came to
to face rape charges before police even had time to arrest him. he came voluntarily to the court. zerola spent years in these courts as prosecutor then defense attorney. fellow attorneys tipped him to the boston police investigation. two counts of rape after a night out with another attorney and two girls ended at this beacon hill condo. november 10th. the victim reported the attack two days later. prosecutors say they have medical evidence, but tests are not complete. >> there's not going to be going to be physical evidence. the entire encounter allegedly occurred within feet of her friend who was sleeping on the same couch. zerola has been through this before. three times before. three prior rape allegations from young girls. each time, he walked. but this time, he ran taking off in a truck hidden from our camera after bailing out of jail. this time his attorney says witnesses will clear his name again. he is nothing more than target
this is a case based in a foundation of lies. we vigorously look forward to our day in court. prosecutors have a strong case this time. live, wcvb newscenter 5. ben: thank you. after a night out with another a murder investigation now underway in a small new hampshire town. 60-year-old todd downing was beaten to death in wentworth. an autopsy shows the cause of death was "blunt force injuries." police focusing their investigation on two homes in the community. ben: security in new york city will be stepped up through the night as preparations for the annual thanksgiving day parade continue. millions will line the two-and-a-half-mile parade route to see the giant balloons and colorful floats. traffic will be blocked off, barricades including sanitation trucks full of sand already in place. all this to thwart any type of terror threat especially a truck attack like the one in nice, france, last summer. some 3000 police officers will
maria: so far it's a working holiday for president-elect donald trump who's with his family in palm beach, florida for thanksgiving. today making two fairly surprising choices for high-profile jobs both of these candidates did not support and both are women. a thanksgiving message from president-elect trump". trump telephone's choice for education secretary. devos is conservicetive activist, a billionaire philanthropist who strongly supports charter schools but public school advocates are talking about that president-elect is calling for a time of healing as americans celebrate thank giving. he released a video statement. >> its my prayer that on this thanksgiving, we begin to heal our division and move forward as one country, strength reasoned by shared purpose and very, very common resolve. maria: the president-elect, and family are now in florida where they will celebrate at his
a roxbury man under arrest, charged with a wild confrontation with boston police officers. 34-year-old vincent weaks accused of using his car as a weapon outside a dorchester bar. four officers sent to the hospital, two dragged by the suspect's vehicle. police say they were responding to a report of a man with a gun. weaks is accused of driving off after hitting the officers later arrested in roxbury. all the officers were treated and released. maria: new tonight, honors for two boston police officers shot on the job and the officer who helped saved them. both of those officers are back home. just in time for thanksgiving. newscenter 5's mary saladna is live in east boston with their mary: it's the first time we've really seen both of these officers in public since they've been released from the hospital. they did not give interviews, but wanted everyone to know tonight how thankful they are it's the first time we've really seen both of these officers in public since they've been released from the hospital. >> handshakes and hugs for boston police officers rich cintolo and matt morris on this night in east boston. there is hockey in their honor that dramatic and deadly shoot-out last month that almost killed them.
the support. we're thankful that the recovery has gone well and they are going to be home for the holidays. >> shots fired. every officer available. >> it was october 13th when a domestic call turned into an ambush and a heavily-armed man opened fire on the two officers until fellow officers could come to their rescue. among the heroes that night, the colleague who stood between the wounded officers and the gunman. residents filled an east boston rink to show their support. they bought sweatshirts and raffle tickets. >> what a way to let them know we care about them. >> he is a childhood friend. >> we grew up together. i was over to the hus al the teem. you played pass can he ball together. it is a great family.
>> i have known him for a long time. he is just the guy. seeing him out her and the which have and the family, last time, his brother and dad were in the hospital. they were not smiling. tonight, they are smiling. >> commissioner evans says they need more time to heal but it says they are excellent cops and hope they will return to active duty. live in east boston tonight. mary saladna, must news. >> next on wcvb newscenter 5: a scary scene caught on camera. the popular device that exploded. >> we may do it again tomorrow night. well show you who is the most likely.
maria: caught on camera, an explosive situation for a worker at a new york city wine store. an e-cigarette in his pocket suddenly ignited! a co-worker said he heard "sizzling" and the next second fireworks! the injured man had burns to his hand and leg, and according to his attorney, will require surgery. a convenience storeowner stanes up to a robber. watch the suspect pull out a gun. walked into a market in venic california, you can see the store's owner there on the right side of the screen. this is what he does. he tackles this suspect right down to the ground. then they take the fight out to the sidewalk. as you can see, never drops the gun, eventually ran off. i was not happy about that. he ran. ok them? has two. am not running after him.
asked him back. ben: a judge turn down another attempt to save a be loved garden. the hospital plans to ex pap. a suffolk superior court judge denied an emergency injunction today to stop the hospital from destroying the garden. a 16-year-old treated twice at boston children's says the garden was as much a lifesaver as her doctors. >> it felt so nice. to see the bird, see the sunlight, feel t my toes. ben: the hospital said it's pleased with the court's decision, saying in a decision, saying in a statement, "the health needs of the children we care for have been our focus." the new 11-story building will add 71 beds, many in the intensive care unit. how is uses your sweat to find signs of trouble. maria: researchers at northwestern university are taking fitness tracking to a new level.
beam results to your smartphone. the research is a step toward wearable bio-sensors that could go beyond fit-bit style monitors. >> we are supposed to tell how bad its four. delicious. it looks wonder. there k at the food there. a great time to get around the table. there you go. talk about things you are thankful for. you do consume a couple thousand extra calories. it doesn't matter. you can tell them. >> nobody needs to know that. it is within day. it is one day. enjoy. all right. a slice of pecan pie. mike wankum, take a guess. >> meterologist: 100. maybe 125. maria: i with a don't go to your house and eat four those pieces!
mt. meat if you deep-fry it. it is even better. wry we are with you. it is a celebration. eny the day. the weather will not be cooperatingp. the cold air is in place. we got warm, relatively moist air to the west trying to work the waynement we got a band of snow here. there is not 7 moisture. we got a band here for the morning. then we got this comingp as we head to the afternoon. there isdry air in place now. it is col holding us off. don't think much will happen until after sunrise tomorrow thenre ty drizzle or freezing rain or a little bit of sleet or snow. not a big problem. most of us won't see anything. there may be one or or two spots. football game or early morning activities. i want you to be aware of that pos pct up there. in term of rain, low impact for the first part of the day and the morning. during the afternoon, sprinkles at best. by late afternoon, we start to ramp up the chances are rain.
there is warm air trying to work the way in. wwe have a dome of cold air now. we get a little bit of warmth in here. that will improve. ing now not warm. 34 degrees. norly breeze at 8 miles per hour. 27 degrees degrees. here is the which the map looks tomorrow morning. a lot of gray skies. in this gray sky we could he a little isolated precipitation falling in the fom of everything. again, it is col enough. otherwise, see iti as youing there the coast. the hud cover. as we head toll the afternoon. this is 4:00. we'll see what happens. rain starts to pk out. the know, higher he'll vision to the west and this works the way eastward and i would say during the on. pretty likely will you going to be seeing rain. temps still above freezing. overnight they may drop back a little bit. that means early riser on pri dy morning. once again, you may run into a few pockets can of autos sy precipitation north and west.
well tough the northwest. lows 20-34. tomorrow pockets of the morning drizzle for few of us then during the afternoon, fau have been cans its toward sunset the rain stas to move in. 36-46 and talk about rain. it is not a lot. going to be scattered how withs and persist ten. gry, cool out. then the rain in here as we talk about thursday. friday, still here in the morning. then we get pock can hes can of cool air developing that would be the concern about seeing ice. for you early morning shoppers icy spots north and west of the city. 34 degrees. sunrise coin. you will see showers and drizzle. bring umbrella with you. temperatures to the 40's. a cool rain. sitting ut here to the coast. it is back up to full fledge hurricane status. here is the way it breaks down over the next several days for. tomorrow, gry skies. most of the rain coming in tomorrow night. friday morning as i mention shall the chance of ice.
these are areas where it will be below freezing. as you go leg the day. squeeze to the north. evening to we seal the reason and prein tation around. i think the icy situation is in the morning. then saturday mop, there may be scattered precipitation out there. not looking for too much out of it. sunday is a big travel day. those who are flying across the country. no problems. warm in the midwest. you may need rain. they had snow up there a few days ago. speaking of warmth. mon ta,s ta, wednesday. to the mid's by the time we get to middle of ex week. ben, maria? ben: thank you, sir. maria: for the final time, carrying out at white house tradition. ed: the turkey pardon the president reveal the plan about
the turkey pardon. ben: and it's the last time for president obama. he was joined by his nephews, austin and aaron robinson for the rose garden ceremony. daughters sasha and malia bowing out this time. a pair of turkeys named tater and tot getting the good news but, maybe, a bit of bad news for the first daughters. final presidential turkey pardon. what i haven't told them yet, we are going to do this every year from now on, so i am not cutting this habit cold turkey. ben: they were rolling that eyes. no response yet for them. no response yet from sasha and malia. tater and tot will find a new home at "gobblers rest" on the campus of virginia tech. maria: all right. let's talk turkey. tis the season for football.
-17. 17 point for this guy. isiah thomas once again leading score for the celtics had 23 rounding out the double fig figures. he had 10 and celtics win it 16-9 and now 9-on the season. 5-4 on the road. tom brady did not have rack is today. he is pecked to play sunday against the jets. gronk, as you can see, in full pads. a limited participant. tomorrow bill belichick will spring his team early for thanksgiving. >> you can't get any better than that. one of the all time greats. a good holiday. all right. we'll see you tomorrow night right there on the set. that is our thanksgiving football set all still under construction now with the award
putting the finishing touches on. look at it. this is quarterback for the hacks take in 24 ready whys out. 7-0. later, though, watch what happens. malled dyson throws it. pick up a fumbler . is gone the opposite direction. 75-yard up the extra point was no good. 7-game. late in the game. st. john's prep drives about 75-yards. 18 seconds fo go. they set up a field gel to within the game snift is just wide left. a cucer there. hang on to win-and going to the super bowl a week from saturday. tomorrow might, we have highlights of every game not every game but money games tomorrow. the scores of every single game. this is our set tomorrow night. it gets bigger and better every year. all the artifacts with different
hats, helmets, band jackets pom-pom, you name it. everything that is involved with high school sports is there on the set tomorrow night at 7:30. we cannot wait. see you then. >> i cannot wait. they take the lead. they are pumped. on and on they went. look at this. you have to deal well the sun, col, a lot of pctors. next to last. watch this. woe. >> yes in deed. the crimson tide. you see it. three-time supe ser bowl winner. they are there. break time as always. really great to be pat of. it is awful lot of fun.
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