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of the roof and a few beams. a woman, believed to be in her 30's was killed. new jersey governor chris christie says she was standing on the platform when she was struck by flying debris. listen to new jersey transit worker describe what he saw immediately after the crash. >> the hardest part that hurts me is when i went to run in, i ended up stepping over a dead woman's body. that bothered me, you know, i backed up and looked and said what the -- and nothing you can do for her. >> right reason to believe that there will be further fatalities, but again, that's going to be things that are determined by the care and treatment given at the hospital. but right now, the only fatality we have is the one that we mentioned. >> the reporter: so authorities do not suspect terrorism or foul play. so that leaves only two other options. human or mechanical error and they leave that ruling pretty this morning. right now, we're told the
is in critical condition. however, he must have been conscious or is conscious at some time, because investigators say he has been cooperative in this investigation. he's the only one who likely knows exactly what happened on that train hand why it failed to stop when it came in to the hoboken station. we are near an area where the news conferences are taking place and where the updates are happening. we're standing by for any that may happen this afternoon. and we'll bring you any new information as it comes in to us. that's the latest reporting live in hoboken, new jersey, ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> mark: ted, thank you. in may 2015, an amtrak train derailed in philadelphiaing killing eight people and injuring two others. the ntsb ruled the driver was distracted by radio transmissions. the train was traveling more than double the speed limit when it went off the tracks going around a curve. amtrak has since installed a
one makes us think about the safety of our own trains here in massachusetts. thousands depend on them every day to get around safely. tonight, we are asking the mbta about why it's taking so long to get life-saving technology on the tracks herend a the huge headaches it will cause to get it done. it's all new in team coverage at 6:00 p.m. >> elizabeth: more breaking news at home. police in hanson are searching for two people tonight and part of that search actually put a school on lockdown for much of the day. in were looking for four people. >> mark: it's still unclear right now what sparked this search. fox 25's john monahan is live in hanson tonight for us. john? >> the reporter: well, mark and elizabeth, an update now on this situation. this was an active scene along main street. in the last five minutes, know, this street cleared and police actually allowed traffic to come down main street and it had been closed off since 10:30 a.m. this morning looking for the suspects. everything that we know, we understand, took place at about the 200 block.
from sky fox to get a better sense of what was going on here. we learned that at least one school in down was in lockdown, that because of a situation here where a home was invaded possibly robbed. now, state police were searching overhead after an apparent robbery that we just mentioned. it abandon here on main street. a source has told me it all started 10:30 a.m. at the restaurant in town at the intersection of route 58. police did at some time have their guns drawn and searched through the woods for the suspec gave an update of what was going on. >> officers apprehended one of the individuals immediately, he was armed, was obviously caused us grave concerns. these schools, although not directly nearby, were advised to shelter in place as a precaution only. >> the reporter: now, we understand that once school ended at the end of the day, the shelter in place was lifted and the students were allowed to go
point, a second person is in custody, police still looking for the other two. this road opened up, there were two dozen police cars here, they all went on their way and five minutes ago, another half dozen took off southbound on route 58. so we're going to try to figure out what's going on, if the situation is moved to another location. we'll keep you posted and have an update coming up on the 6:00 p.m. news at fox 25. live in hanson, john monahan, fox 25 news. >> mark: developing right now, weymouth police tell us a woman found duct taped at the of a ravine made the whole thing up. the 18-year-old woman called 911 saying she didn't know where she was. officers found her along route 3. she claimed she was assaulted by a man who gave her a ride. the woman admitted the story was untrue. >> elizabeth: presidential candidate donald trump drumming up support with a rally in new hampshire today. he touched on everything from his opponent to minority voters and taking on big bills. fox 25's political reporter sharman sachetti is in bedford
>> the reporter: certainly. donald trump left here just under an hour ago. you can understand that between trump and clinton, the fact that they're both here in the days right after the debate, underscores how important this battleground state is. and how close this race is. now, trump gave a speech much like what we've continued to hear from him. but his campaign has struggled in the days after the debate. today, no mention of the controversy surrounding the 19 pageant and how he criticized her weight, and no mention of the clinton campaign's claim that trump violated the u.s.-cuban embargo in 1998 for staking an investment there. instead, he did criticize hillary clinton. >> the clinton campaign focuses only on small and petty distractions. this will be the year the american people say, finally,
>> the reporter: and hillary clinton was here just yesterday, of course, joined by vermont senator bernie sanders on the campus of u.n.h. at durham. they were talking about college affordable, just 40 days left until the presidential election. we're live in bedford, new hampshire, sharman sachetti, fox 25 news. >> mark: voters in iowa are getting their chance to cast early votes in for the next president. hillary clinton rallied in des moines this afternoon as she tries to get as many votes before election day which is now she urged people to take advantage of the early voting, which started this morning. polls show, she trails donald trump in iowa about by five points. the candidates have a little more than a week to prepare for entrepreneur next debate. the second debate is set for sunday, october 9th at the town hall format at washington university in st. louis, missouri. and be sure to join us tonight for special election coverage on fox 25 news at 11:30 p.m. we'll break down what the polls really mean when it comes to which candidate will come out on top on election day.
administration's plan to send hundreds more american troops to iraq in the coming days. defense secretary ash carter announced on wednesday that more than 600 troops will help iraqi forces retake the city of mosul from isis. congressman seth moulton is an iraq war veteran. he says americans will have to ask how will this time be different. in a statement, moulton said in part, we cannot in good conscience continue to send young americans into harm's way without a clear plan. >> mark: the three people who died in a violent crash in westport have been identified. 68-year-old john oliveri of dartmouth and 55-year-old josephine were in a dodge van that crashed into a bmw along route 125. caroline lehman was also in the caravan and died. the caravan hit the bmw head on after crossing the median. four other people, including a 3-year-old boy are in the hospital as a result of the crash, that included a totaling a of five cars. tonight, investigators are still piecing together what happened
disappeared during a fishing trip with her son. linda carrmen is presumed dead. her son nathan said their boat sank. he was found ten days later alone in a life raft. fox 8 live jason law is live outside jason carmen's home and that's just -- fox 25's jason law is live outside jason carmen's home. >> the reporter: this involves mission agencies in vermont, connecticut, and rhode island. we are in frt of her son where he lives in vermont and tonight, he remains at the center of this investigation. the posters and yellow ribbons outside linda carmen's home are faded now, along with the hope she'll ever return. investigators believe linda died off the coast of new york when her son's fishing boat mysteriously sank. the south kings police department released a statement, saying the detectives are currently and jointly investigating the facts and
we know nathan, they are son, has been the center of a criminal investigation before. in 2014, police named him the primary suspect in his grandfather's murder and even requested a warrant for his arrest, but nathan was never charged. on page 6 of the eight page police affidavit from 2014, it says that a warrant for the pay rest of nathan carmen was submitted for the charge of murder, but that warrant was returned unsigned in july of 2014, with the request for further information. it's unclear at this point that further information was. thursday, we asked police and prosecutors how nathan avoided arrest more than two years ago. but we were told, they could not talk about the case, because it's part of an ongoing investigation. wednesday, we told you about linda's father, nathan's grandfather and his murder back in 2013. that murder remains unsolved. coming up at 6:00 p.m., fox 25
multimillion dollar estate left behind by that murdered grandfather. new details in our report coming up in the next hour. live in connecticut, jason law, fox 25 news. >> elizabeth: today, the new hampshire supreme court ruled in favor of a murdered woman's family to keep the seal on her sexual history defense attorneys on behalf of convicted killer seth mazalia wanted the sexual history revealed. victims say this is a victory for all sexual assault victims. >> mark: disc graniter is serving life in prison for the murder of his wife, mable. he now claims his attorney made a crucial error. the federal judge who was set to hear the appeal recused herself, so a new judge and hearing date can be assigned. his previous appeals in state courts have been denied. >> elizabeth: a 14-year-old in
the playground of their elementary school. this is breaking news yesterday at 4:00 p.m. police say that teenager walked up to the playground with a handgun, started shooting until he was finally tackled by a volunteer firefighter. according to the state newspaper, that suspect was heard saying, i hate my life before opening fire. the coroner says he called his grandparents just moments before that shooting. >> he was trying and upset and they couldn't understand what was going on, so they went to his home, which they live 100 yards away, to see what was going on, because they couldn't understand why he was crying on the phone and they couldn't make sense of it. when they go into the house, they find their son has been shot. >> elizabeth: investigators say there is no known connection between the school and that 14-year-old. school will be closed for the rest of the week. well, another local high school is dealing with racism tonight. >> mark: students indicate waving a confederate flag from a car on campus. the new concern from the local
policies aren't working. >> kevin: this can't last forever, the spin dominating our weather. before it pulls away, we have rain to deal with. when you can expect this to move in this weekend. >> the reporter: there's a. >> kevin: scam police want you to know about. why you should be paying attention to your 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. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing 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
orange areas coming out of the zakim bridge. traffic is slowing down on 93 moving from boston into somerville. and as we take a look at the live drive times, tobin bridge to 128, 22 minutes. o'neill tunnel to the split, 20 minutes, and weston tolls to route 1, 52 minutes. >> mark: new at 5:00 p.m., a scare for a woman in merrimack, new hampshire. she says a strange man broke into her home, demanding a package that had arrived in her name. >> elizabeth: that's really a scary story. that man is from new york and he's now under arrest. fox 25's bob ward joins us live from merrimack, and say this is all part of a larger scam that's apparently operating in the area. >> the reporter: in the last couple of weeks, police here in merrimack, new hampshire, have been receiving complaints from homeowners that strange men have been showing up at their homes, demanding mail that they say actually belongs to them. these men are driving cars without -- with out-of-state plates. one woman refused to hand over any mail and that caused some trouble.
it's terrifying. >> the reporter: merrimack, new hampshire police detective scott park tells me about a disturbing credit card scam that saw this man, allegedly breaking into a woman's home, and angrily trying to collect mail he said belonged to him. it happened on tuesday, after a woman took in an envelope that contained they are street address, but featured someone else's name. then a strange man came to collect it. she called police when he refused to leave, but then, it got worse. >> he forced his way right into the house, he grabbed you know, we were going to be that close and we were. >> the reporter: arrested is this man, 21-year-old charles anthony washington, of wallden new york. he thinks he's part of a bigger ring that steals credit cards with random addresses. >> the guy rolls up, puts it in a mailbox and he grabs it out of the mailbox and gone. >> the reporter: most homeowners
up out of the mailbox as soon as it arrives. the trouble comes when the homeowner picks up the package first. detective park tells me that's when the homeowner will get someone knocking on their door to collect the mail. he adds, if you get a letter delivered to your home with someone else's name, call police. >> any time you get a package knowing what we know now, contact us immediately because it is most likely the individual is right behind that delivery. >> the reporter: name, hand the scammers use the new credit cards to buy gift cards or sometimes merchandise that can be sold. that's why police say, it's very important that if you get one of these strange packages, or envelopes, give them a call. live in merrimack, new hampshire, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> mark: wal-mart employees suspected of starting a fire at the store where she worked is charged with arson. we've been covering the story since the fire broke out on route 20 in southbridge at the
southbridge set the fire. she was arrested yesterday in auburn. the wal-mart will remain temporarily closed due to smoke and fire damage. >> vanessa: identification identification hundreds of cycle -- >> elizabeth: hundreds of cyclists are pressuring mayor walsh to act on a traffic safety plan for boston unveiled last year. that plan calls for lowering speed limits in parts of the city to 20 miles an hour. save advocates also want more dedicated bike lanes and money for construction projects to improve dangerous >> kevin: a break. we finally saw some sun pop out there. in fact, we even saw some in boston today, but there are clouds on the south shore, cape cod and the islands. you get cloud, you get clouds, everybody gets clouds tonight. there's rain to our south, moving northward along the coast. that rain is circling back to the wells. it's not moving at us, but on the way, it's all because of the same rotation in the atmosphere
outside all day? there you go. the sun was out. in fact, it's breaking out right now in boston. that's a live picture. 57 degrees, that northeast wind persistent, so dinnertime temperatures are cool. 59 back in bedford. 60 lawrence and 63 in nashua, new hampshire. the hot spot on the evening. those clouds thicken up again, move over the entire area, because rain to the south is pushing northward. at first, we'll get scattered showers during the day, by lunchtime, we'll see a of rain that's moving our wall, just the scattered showers, so far into the evening hours. we'll go further than that in just a moment. first -- of all, 61 in newton, quincy 59 degrees. out here on cape cod tomorrow afternoon, in the 50's to about 60 degrees. you get the idea. if you're going to find warmer spots, you have to go farther to north and west. merrimack valley and beyond. late at night, tomorrow night, the showers become a steadier rain, right here along the south
the 1:00 a.m. hour and rotating northward into the rest of massachusetts. this looked like it was going to be clipping mainly eastern massachusetts, where the heaviest rain wants torques but there will be rain just about everywhere into massachusetts and new hampshire too, during the morning hours. this coming through during the morning, during your activities, late saturday morning, including the football game at boston college. think about anything else you want to be doing saturday afternoon, that you'll be dealing with. by 3:00 p.m., this is the good north and push on out of here. we get a break saturday evening. this will be good news for fenway park for sure. by sunday, early morning hours, we'll be watching for this next beach of showers?+??i to start - batch of showers to start to push toward us. the spin is out there, pushing to the north and dragging that front through us during sunday for scattered showers. and then all eyes on the tropics. this is puerto rico right here, this storm is going to the south of puerto rico and missing them. not a big deal on the island, the showers have been offshore. it will continue to track to the
hurricane matthew and matthew wants to go west and then turn toward jamaica, i would too, there's cuba and the bahamas. once it gets to the bahamas, we really need to pay attention, if it indeed makes that turn, when we get out to five, six days in the forecast, now we're dealing with a lot of potential error in that track, could still go further to the west or east. we're keeping an eye out and that's why i have the clouds increasing on thursday, with the tropical moisture to come up on. shoreline. saturday looks like a wet day, particularly through the middle part of the day. drying, but if you're joining us at the hat show and you better, temperatures only in the 50's, bring your rain gear. >> mark: i've been warned, kevin, thank you. boston firefighters rescued a dog stuck in a muddy pond. police caught the whole thing on video and fire chief says it appears the dog had been there for quite some time. the dog was almost all the way under, only his head and front legs were above the mud. animal control officer took it to a vet to be checked out. can you imagine how frightened
overdoses in 24 hours. the public health crisis happening in one state and the one thing officials are asking people to do to protect themselves. >> mark: the chairman of wells fargo back in the hot seat, getting grilled by our local congressman over creating millions of fake accounts. up next, what this case could
>> mark: volvo is recalling more than 120,000 vehicles for a mob air bag problem. volvo says the cars and s.u.v.'s have a leak in the air conditioning system which can cause an air bag malfunction, including 2016 and 2017 models. cars affected are the xc90, the s90 and the v90. volvo will fix the problem for free if you bring it in to a dealer. another tough day on capitol hill for the c.e.o. of wells fargo, hammered by members of congress, including one of our own for the second time in as many weeks. >> elizabeth: really is an ined opening millions of accounts under customers' names without telling them. george colli talked with steven lynch for what it could mean for the future of one of the nation's largest banks. >> i am deeply sorry that we nailed to fulfill our responsibility to our customers. >> the reporter: fraud, racketeering, stealing, just a few of the words lawmakers threw at wells fargo's c.e.o. john
house hearing on capitol hill. >> you should be down right ashamed of yourself. >> i have one simple question for you -- when are you going to resign. >> the reporter: over a five year period, wells fargo employees are accused of opening more than two million fake accounts, using customers names and social security numbers without telling them. the bank collected the fees and paid out millions in bonuses. >> there's never in human history when that has been an ethical ok. >> the reporter: stump says it was low-level employees trying to meet sales goals, and changes are including the firing of thousands of people and stopping all sales goal requirements. he says, the entire culture of his company needs to change. >> we should have done more sooner. but we will not stop working until we get this right. >> the reporter: the committee' ranking member says it's too little, too late. >> i have come to the conclusion that wells fargo should be broken up. it's too big to manage. >> the reporter: lawmakers are looking in to whether this is a standard banking industry
fargo to pardon. >> it would shock me if this were not the practice at other banks. >> the reporter: lynch says multiple federal agencies are investigating. in washington, george colli, fox 25 news. >> mark: well, nicknames like phantom menace or might mayor bacteria -- or nightmare bacteria. >> elizabeth: these are called superbugs and some of the most dangerous ones have been ahead at 5:00 p.m., i talk to medical experts about what they're doing to stop the spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria. >> mark: up next, who the orlando terrorist shooting brought with him and what the f.b.i. is saying tonight. >> elizabeth: up next, the last accident that happened at the same station in new jersey. with this level of engineering...
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>> elizabeth: we are staying on top of that breaking news in hanson. police are searching for two people who broke in to a home. sky fox over the scene near main and liberty streets. now at one point, police were looking for four people, but now, they tell us, they have caught two of them. at least one man was armed, that forced schools into shelter in place mode. fox 25's john monahan is there, gathering new information and he'll have a live report ahead at 6:00 p.m. >> mark: also coverage of breaking news from hoboken, new jersey, one person is dead and
crashed into the station. officials are piecing together exactly what happened and what caused this crash. >> elizabeth: fox 25's blair miller joins us. the number of people injured has now climbed to 112 tonight. >> the reporter: we're also learning the woman killed was standing on the platform at the time of that crash. transit officials say the train was speeding into the station, crashing right into the waiting room. video taken from inside that station shows you the mangled train with parts of the building right on top of it. this is not a first time there's been a train crash ath >> that was a crash that occurred at the same station on mother's day in 2011, and we always look at the past history and every other factor. >> the reporter: the engineer of the train was critically injured and taken to a local hospital. new jersey governor chris christie says that engineer is cooperating with officials in the investigation. reporting live, blair miller, fox 25 news. >> elizabeth: and stay with fox 25 news on air and on line for complete continuing coverage of this tragedy. we'll stay on top of the
updates and developments as they happen. our next live report is 30 minutes away. >> mark: we are staying on top of a developing story in worcester. sky fox flew over country club boulevard at 4:00 p.m. when a child was hurt. we have learned the child was rushed to the hospital and is in stable condition right now. police are speaking with a man to learn more about what happened. fox 25's malini basu is headed there to talk to investigators hand will keep us posted on what she has learned. a break in the rain today. here across the city of even peeks of sun here and there. you can see, we have a 50-50, maybe a 75-25, the more i look at it. >> kevin: tracking more rain on the way for the weekend. >> kevin: are you doing some math there, ock? >> mark: a little bit, on the fly. >> kevin: let the scientists stick to that, ok? clouds on the south shore right now, blowing in off of the ocean. off to the west here, is where that spin is. the one we've been talking about all week long. it sounds like a broken record, but things are happening with it now. they're going to change our
weekend. the forecast doesn't change very much. this spin back here continues to pump heavy rain, even severe weather warnings in portions of the midwest, the mid-atlantic and coastline. this is pushing close to new york city, although expecting the claim is not going to have a problem in the bronx tonight. you saw the sun breaking through moments ago, and 57 degrees if boston, but that is the sun. don't get used to it, it's going away again tomorrow, but there's more in the future after some steady rain. with you can expect the worst of it to arrive. a sex assault suspect in jamaica plain. it happened early this morning in the hyde square area of the neighborhood. a man showed a woman a gun, made her walk to a backyard in gay head street where they are looking for him. they are looking for a man who it a mask over his nose, he was wearing a hoodie with a logo on the front of it. look for more all evening. >> elizabeth: newton school officials looking into why a
school grounds on tuesday. it's the latest in a number of incidents involving racism at schools across the state. fox 25's crystal haynes is live in newton tonight. crystal, you actually spoke to the superintendent about the situation. the superintendent says they have a policy of open communication, they've actually brought the discussion in to classrooms, and talked with all the parties involved, but he admits, there's more work to be done. and we're seeing similar incidents across the state. a group of newton north high school students are at the after this video of them waving a confederate flag on school grounds went viral. >> we want our schools to be welcoming, inclusive, and safe places for all, and having a confederate flag outside a school does not create that kind of environment. >> the reporter: but it's not the first racist incident at newton north and not the only one in the state in recent weeks. on monday, u.s. attorney carmen ortiz found that boston latin
mishandling of reports of racism. and just last week, fox 25 told you about the latest in a series of incidents they oddson middle school in arlington, where meco students have been the target of racial showers. >> this is rising to a fever pitch, as young people republic act. >> the reporter: the lawyers committee for civil rights and economic justice represented parents in the blf complaint. matt craiger tells me oftentimes, districts handle incidents of racism as isolated things as an isolated incident and say, that kid didn't really mean it, we're not paying attention to what we have done to change the environment of the school. >> the reporter: superintendent fleischman says newton has a policy of open communication, but he admits, there's for work to be done outside of school. >> i think a hot of the discussion among students around issues of race is on social media, and so i think our job as
issues of race. >> the reporter: we dug deeper into state and federal policy around responding to issues of racism at schools. coming up at 6:30 p.m., what we found and why some districts get it wrong. reporting in newton tonight, crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> mark: a man believed to be a member of the new england mafia plans to plead guilty to lying to investigators, in the disappearance of a boston night club owner. steven disarro's body was found we learned bobby deluca is expected to enter a guilty plea for obstruction of justice. he told authorities that cadillac frank salemme killed disarro, something salemme denied. >> elizabeth: salem police say a toddler's 7-year-old sister was behind the wheel. the mother told the 7-year-old to start the car on tuesday night, but the girl also put the car in reverse and backed over
and ship has cuts and bruises all over her body. police are considering criminal charges against the mom. the department of children and families is also investigating. >> mark: news conference going on with the ntsb down in hoboken, new jersey. let's go to that live now. >> elizabeth: obviously, we're having a momentarily issue with the audio. let's listen in now. >> we will aspect. we can currently access the locomotive, at the end of this train, and we'll be pulling the event recorder this evening. from the events recorder, we hope to get information such as speed and brake,. we know that there were three passenger cars and a locomotive in a push-pull configuration. the engineer was operating the
called the controlling car. we also know the train had outward-facing video recorders on both ends of the train. and we also will be recovering both of those. the ntsb will analyze the facts, determine the probable cause of the accident and issue a report of those determinations. the investigator in charge, i have with me here today, and his name is mr. jim southward, he has 19 years of experience with th experience with railways. -- railway operations. else leading a multidisciplinary group of experts, and they will be examining the following areas. operations, mechanical issues, human performance, signals, survival factors, and track issues. in addition to our investigators, we also have our specialists from our office of
have been april if he could by this accident. tomorrow morning, we'll be holding an organizational meeting, and we'll be establishing the parties to our investigation. the parties will provide the technical expertise we need for this investigation. tomorrow will also be our first full day on the scene. we arrive today. -- we arrived today, but i want to emphasize that proceed when -- to inspect the cars when it's safe to do so. it may be tomorrow afternoon before we can safely do that. but we'll be proceeding with other aspects of the investigation in the meantime. our investigation will continue here on scene for seven to ten days. and our mission is to not just understand what happened, but to understand why it happened so that we can prevent it from happening again.
probable cause while on scene. and we do not speculate what may have caused the accident. since we're just beginning our investigation, we don't have a great deal of information to report yet, but we will keep you informed with regular updates as we discover more information. we're here to find the most accurate information about this accident. and if the public has relevant information to contact us. the email is witness at ntsb.gov and for the latest information on media briefings, i encourage you also to follow us on twitter and our web site, which is ntsb.gov. and our twitter handle is at ntsb, underscore, newsroom. so now, i'd be happy to take a few questions. but to ask your question, please
i'll recognize you and then please identify yourself. yes? [inaudible] >> -- eight years the railroad has had an opportunity -- [inaudible] >> the positive train control and how it would have affected this accident, and that is absolutely one area that we always look into for every rail accident. as you know, the ntsb has been recommending positive train control, or ptc for 40 years, so we will look at that, we will look at whether there's positive train control installed, and all of the aspects related to that before we come to any
>> earlier, the governor of new jersey it shall. >> mark: you've been listening to a live report from the ntsb representative on the scene in hoboken, new jersey, the site of that train crash today. a couple things stood out -- event recorders is what they'll try to pull from the plane. >> elizabeth: kind of like the black box. >> mark: indicating speed and other things such as that. train had outward facing video recorders as well, so they'll take those down and go through that as well, but it's going to take a while. they said we're not going into the trains until it's so they can really get inside and start looking around. expect to be there seven to ten days. >> elizabeth: admitted they don't have a lot to say, because they're in the preliminary phases, but as the story is updated, we'll keep you updated. ted daniel is live for us he'll have a live report in our 6:00 p.m. hour and if you would like to continue to watch the
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ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, 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
>> mark: federal investigators taking a close look at newly released surveillance video. it shows the orlando need club shooter mosque. here you see a man with the american muslim lip council says the f.b.i. has identified as omar mateen. the group says the full video shows mateen arrive with his wife and child, three nights before the massacre. he prayed for about ten minutes, and then left. >> i'm watching, saying who is this man worshiping. >> mark: the council says it stands for peace and mateen does not represent muslim-americans.
dozen people overdosed on heroin in columbus, ohio, in the past 24 hours. officials are calling it a public health crisis and asking people if they're going to use drugs to have someone there to call for help. in one case, an 8-year-old girl ran into a mcdonald's after her mom passed out. >> elizabeth: more than 6,000 people who made a trip to memphis, have been exposed to legionnaire's disease. officials have confirmed six cases of legionnaire's disease at a la quinnta inn hotel. officials are trying to contact anyone who stayed at the hotel between july 1 tanned september 22. new research suggests a link between birth control and an increased risk of depression. the study published in the journal of american med -- medical association found a 23% increase of depression in women who were using the pill or a hormonal implant. that study also found adolescent women were at the greatest risk
most painful. they basically put a hole in your skin, about an inch deep. >> elizabeth: he's talking about the time that doctors actually had to cut out a staph infection, called mrsa. it's a bacterial superbug that is becoming more common and it can be deadly if it's not treated properly. the centers for disease control say it is responsible for more than 11,000 deaths a year. now, mrsa is just one type of superbug that the department of public health in massachusetts here is taking very serious because one just recently showed up in new england, isn't that correct. >> elizabeth: absolutely. it was a new strain of e. coli that was found in a girl from connecticut and that strain has a certain gene mutation that actually makes it resistant to some of our strongest antibiotics. on fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m., we went into the state lab where they test the bacterial samples from around the state and i spoke with an infectious diseases doctor who told me what they're doing to combat the superbugs. that's tonight at 10:00 p.m.
saw a little sun poke out today, that was nice to see. a lot of clouds on the south shore, right now. can't wait to watch that by the way, elizabeth. rain to the south that's pushing northward toward us, rotating around the same system, the same spin that's been a bother all week long. now what we need for this to do is move somewhere, and make our weather improve a little bit. unjam the atmosphere, that's coming. there are some rainshowers coming in new york city right now, expecting a couple showers around the park and the bronx this evening. 63 degrees at gametime. have used that to knock down the grand slam last night, but they'll play the game. it's not going to be a heavy rain. look at that. in case you missed it today, you're still inside working, by the time you get out, it's going to go down. the sun was out at times. there's a lot of clouds, off looking toward the back bay in our beacon hill camera. 57 degrees. dew point is dry. winds from the northeast. the dry air, lower dewpoints moved into allow sunny breaks. didn't get much of that on the
61 in fitchburg. nashua, 63. you had more sun out that way. worcester tonight dropping down into the upper 40's. if you had clearing skies today, your temperature can drop more clearly this evening when the clouds roll in. in boston, staying in the 50's here. 55 overnight tonight, through 5:00 a.m. in the morning. a lot of clouds right back in here by 6:00 a.m. if you want sun, you've got to be in northern new england to get a good deal of it. can get a couple breaks still, first thing in the morning in boston. then the rainshowers start to appear by lunchtime on the south coast. can't tell i you'll be totally dry at fenway when the sox are back in town. maybe a shower or two, but not expecting steady rain. not by then. high temperatures tomorrow will be on the cool side one more time. boston, maldin, quincy, braintree, 59 degrees. 60 in deadham at fox 25 tomorrow afternoon. back in worcester, mostly in the 50's a couple of 60's where it's
anyway. it's the same we just saw. somerville, we'll pick on you, now to the north shore, merrimack valley, 60's, methuen, and aimesbury as well. this is the steady rain. now to midnight tomorrow night-saturday morning an here comes the steadier rain moving on in. by 2:30 a.m., heavier rain moves on in. this is a little more quick than it looked earlier with the earlier computer model run, so this timing is going to vary a little bit until we can actually get a good bead on where it's coming in off the data coming in to them. there's nobody living in the middle of the atlantic ocean to feed data into this. there's satellite used and observational data put in, but until we can get this on land, it's going to be tough to track exactly when it will move on in. expecting to be rain saturday morning through the middle of the day and into the afternoon before some improvement is going to be seen and the improvement comes when the systems moves to the north, there it goes, producing a break in the action start night and sunday morning
morning, but improvement generally by the end. weekend and into early next week. it's going to be a soggy go of things at the jdrf saturday morning. kind of soggy last year and we had a great time. you will too. >> elizabeth: kevin, do you want to hear the very definition of what strikes in the heart of my husband. local fashionistas will have a new place to shop. the in. k-mart and sports authority moved out of the market space and that left a lot of empty space. >> mark: health insurance provider hopes to get more people on board helping them buy apple watches. aetna plans to create several health apps and aetna will pay the cost for people who want to buy an apple watch. employers who use aetna would decide whether they want to offer the program to employees. the cost would be subsidized and the rest of the price would be taken through monthly payroll
more to put a child in day careful time than it does to pay for some state colleges. the study says the average cost of full-time day compare for kids up to four, is about $9,600 a year. the average cost of in-state college tuition is $9,400 a year. on average, day care could take 18% of a family's income. >> vanessa: here's. >> elizabeth: here's a look at what we're working on all new for fox 25 news at 6:00 p.m. a chelsea firefighter bravely battled intense fires fo battle with cancer. now his wife continues his fight in his honor. >> what can we do to help prevent this from happening to somebody else? >> elizabeth: we'll tell you how these trying to help other firefighters and the new protocol she's calling for in every department and we continue to follow that breaking news. one person is dead, more than 100 others are hurt after a train crashes into a station in hoboken. we are live in new jersey with new information on the investigation. plus -- >> the reporter: of the mbta
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oh, absolutely. i like that. get fios with virtual tech support for $69.99 a month. >> mark: c.i.a. director john brennan says the u.s. government is doing its best to prevent terror activity in the country, but he admitted the likelihood of such activity remains strong. adding authorities, must continue to remain proactive on the terror front. brennan also said he is confident the u.s. will break down the terror group isis, but admitted it's impossible to say whether isis has operatives or cells work working in the u.s. >> elizabeth: rape kits destroyed before anyone is charged with the violent crime. it happens across the country. >> mark: justin gray reports about a new bill that would ban that from happening in all cases. each of these boxes stored in a georgia police lab could be the key to solving a violent sexual assault.
this woman was raped at knife point at 13. her case was solved 20 years late weather her rape kit was finally tested. >> i was a hostage for 20-something years. >> the reporter: but in states across the country, rape kits often get tossed in the trash, long before the statute of limitations is up for the crime. the u.s. senate voted unanimously wednesday to change that in all federal cases. the house has approved what's called the survivor's bill of rights, it requires all rape kits i until the statute of limb takes on the crime -- limitations on the crime runs out. >> i can't imagine you to be so heartless to trash it or considering track the rape kits. that's my life. that's my future. >> the reporter: this new bill doesn't require change to state rules or laws for storing rape kits. but supporters hope it will eventually help lead to changes at that level too. >> we know from experience that when congress makes reforms to federal statutes, it often
for states to improve their own laws. >> the reporter: when president obama signs the bill into law, it will require authorities share the results of rape kit tests with your is viewers. reporting in washington, justin gray, fox 25 news. >> elizabeth: new at 5:00 p.m., a court in us houston ruled in favor of a chipotle employee after she filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the chain. she was awarded nearly $8 million. after two weeks, the teen decided that the teen was subject to sexual harassment by her manager. >> i saw blood. it was chaotic. people were just in shock. >> mark: a pack train smashes into a station in hoboken, new jersey. >> we're on the scene, live in new jersey, as investigators try to figure out what went so terribly wrong. >> the reporter: plus, the reason trains all over the country still don't have the safety technology to stop out-of-control trains.
fallen chelsea firefighter is on a mission, in her husband's memory. >> i miss him more than the world. >> the reporter: what she's pushing for to make sure no other family feels her unimaginable heartache. >> kevin: a break from the drizzly weather today, but more rain on the way. i'm tracking when that arrives. >> mark: the larger than life tribute to big papi that's truly a cut above. >> mark: now on fox 25 news, rush hour horror. >> it sounded like a bomb went off. >> i ended up stepping over a dead woman's body. >> mark: a train barrelling at full speed. >> it didn't slow down. >> mark: slams into a packed station. >> flew through the air, through the depot. >> mark: tonight, the chaotic community. >> everybody was like, screaming. >> mark: and the final moments before this tragedy on the tracks. you are looking at the devastation and chaos inside the
train crashed in hoboken this morning. one woman was killed while she was just waiting on the platform. 112 other people were hurt. tonight, the investigation into what went wrong is just beginning. hello everyone. i'm mark ockerbloom. >> elizabeth: i'm elizabeth hopkins in for vanessa welch. this appears to be just tragic crash not an act of terror. the train left spring valley at 7:23 a.m. this more than and went off the track and slammed into the station in hoboken around 8:45 a.m., during the height of the morning commute. >> mark: fox 25 has team coverage beginng ted daniel, live in new jersey, where the ntsb just updated the investigation within the past 20 minutes. ted? >> the reporter: mark and vanessa, that news conference just wrapped up a short time ago, and the ntsb saying that the engineer has been released from the hospital within the last hour. the ntsb also saying that right now, it's trying to access the train's event data recorder, or black box.
event recorder this evening. from the event recorder, we hope to get information such as speed and braking. >> the reporter: the end of the line for trains 1614, the end of life for a woman in her 30's, hit by debris while standing on a platform. listen to new jersey transit employee, william blaine. it happened right in front of him. >> the hardest part that hurts me is when i went to run in, i woman's body. that bothered me, you know, i backed up and said what the -- and nothing can you do for her. >> the reporter: the train, traveling at an estimated 30 miles per hour, it took out the bumper block at the end of the track and plowed into a covered area between the waiting area and the platform. >> actually sounded like a bomb went off. it was really loud. the train flew in and never stopped. >> it was going faster than it should have normally been at the