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grab your jackets, my friends, it is pretty chilly out there. and for the first time in a long time, we are worried about wind chills. meteorologist jason brewer is in today for shiri spear. he is in the fox25 storm tracker weather center. but jason, the coldest and breeziest spots today. >> jason: breeziest cape and islands. coldest worcester county. look off the top, clearing sky right over boston right now. the clouds will linger a little bit longer and cape and islands will stay a little bit cloudy but let's go ahead and advance. there you go. winds are gusting near 40 miles per hour. provincetown, hyannis, nantucket, 25-mile-per-hour around boston and worcester. a breezy start to the day. downright windy in spots. temperatures are in the 40s out the door, but look at this, the wind chills are in the mid- to upper 30s. feels like 32 right now in worcester. there are the hour-by-hour wind gusts. stay on the windy side through midday. gradually tapering down into the afternoon drive times.
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upper 50s to near 60 today. those are your high temperatures. a little below normal, feeling every bit of fall. headed to fenway tonight one of the lucky ones middle 50s. a little breezy to begin. julie, what is the latest in the weather center. >> so far so good. quiet and before 6:30 in the morning when things start to slow down. i open it will be slower than usual because of the holiday. a lot of people off work for expressway still nice, light volume. and as you can see, the variety of cameras we are tracking right now. here are those wide drive times. 23 minutes on from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. back to you. we are following breaking news this morning. flames and smoke billowing from an apartment building in the middle of the night. several people were forced out of their bed and into the developed as fire fighters
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stephanie, fire fighters are looking for a cause of this fire. >> reporter: yeah, they actually have just cleared the scene that allowed us to get a little closer. taking a look behind me, this is the unit that appears to have most of the damage. this is canal view apartments on sandwich street. several of the doors are busted open, and on the second floor, it appears to have very heavy damage, but from this video earlier this morning, it does appear that the fire was concentrated in the roof area of the complex. our wind has been an issue all morning long with gusts more than 40 miles per hour, but fire fighters were able to contain the fire to one building. all of this started just around 1:00 this morning, and earlier we spoke with a man whose daughter was forced out of her apartment. he told us that he was sleeping when she called him and said if you can imagine that phone call was very scary. >> oh, yeah, definitely. you don't know.
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she said i am fine. there are people here taking care of me. so she is all right. >> reporter: thankfully, nobody was hurt and the american red cross is now helping people. the road was closed for quite some time but that has since reopened and, again, fire fighters are now investigating exactly what caused this fire. we are going to be here all morning long touching base with fire fighters and we will have another live report for you coming up in 30 minutes. in bourne, stephanie coueignoux the second presidential debate played out against a backdrop of controversy. >> daniel: after days of coverage of donald trump's comments about women, hillary clinton went on ate tack but didn't go unscathed either. fox25's heather hegedus joins us now with the personal insults that took center stage. good morning, heather. >> heather: good morning, daniel and sara. that debate got off to an icy start. neither candidate shook each other's hand and it went down
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hillary clinton and donald trump traded shots including immigration and foreign policy and everything in between. the recently released tape of trump's sexually aggressive comments of women from 2005 was unavoidable and took center stage early. >> what we all saw and heard on friday was donald talking about women. what he thinks about women. what he does to women. >> this was locker room talk. i am not proud of it. i apologized to my family. i apologize people. >> meantime, clinton took fire over her e-mail controversy. >> why aren't you bringing up the e-mail as soon as i would like to know. why -- >> it has been brought up. >> that was a mistake. and i take responsibility for using a personal e-mail account. >> anchor: on foreign policy a moment that could complicate between trump and mike pence who refused to publicly defend trump after the tape surfaced.
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stance on syria. >> he and i have not spoken and disagree. >> you disagree with your running mate. >> right now syria is fighting isis. >> pence tweeted out that he was proud to stand with trump and trump's campaign manager elieann conway say no disunity. >> the message at mike pence rallies don't believe what he says. >> not at all. they were talking about two different things. >> heather: according to the 57% to donald trump's 34%. how trump added fuel to the fire last night over his feud with the gold star family. and later on this morning, what happened when trump's camp tried to see the women who have acuteed clinton's husband of sexual abuse. trying to sneak them in the trump family box during the debate. in the newsroom, heather hegedus, fox25 news. developing this morning, boston police calling on the public to help catch whoever
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girl and this morning the girl is hospitalized and expected to survive. there is concern she could be paralyzetwo people were caught on camera approaching the party where this happened. boston his hope witnesses and the video help them catch the people responsible. still ahead in the next half hour the reason the latest shooting is opening up old wounds for the neighborhood. two m marcotte was attack and killed in an afternoon jog in princeton. signs still stand in the town pleading for answers for anyone that might have information. authorities say they have received more than 1,000 tips about the murder but little information about the case has been made public. marcott e+'s body was found in the woods. her attacker was a male and he likely suffered injuries in the attack. a school bus pulled over by police after a student called 911.
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high school coaches are now off the job and under investigation. plus, the race for the pennant is taking a little longer than expected. pennant is taking a little longer than expected. who is expected to take the in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, pennant is taking a little longer than expected. who is expected to take the protected education... in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. 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
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it is 6:0 and we track traffic and weather as it changes. single digits from the braintree split to the pike. jason. >> jason: chilly, 15, almost 20 degrees cooler c good morning, ipswich, temperatures warming slowly today. out of the 40s into the middle 50s by 10 a.m. sunny skies continue for the day. but we do have some frost and freeze concerns coming up tonight. i have those coming up for you straight ahead. the race for the pennant is taking longer to complete after a rainy sunday. game 3 will be played today at fenway after getting cancelled yesterday. john farrell says clay
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the game will get under way just after 6:00. and a wild finish to the alds between the blue jays and the rangers. bottom of the 10th with the score tied at 6. russell martin hits the ground ball, and the three to first is off line. the first baseman throws home and josh donaldson is safe with the game-winning run. final score 7-6. the jays advance to the alcs and will face the winner of the red sox, indian series. and scripted tom brady's call to action it would have gone as it did yesterday. brady was warmly welcomed back by patriots fan and he is it not disappoint. despite an injury in the game, bennett returned to the field and made his presence known. brady's first td pass of the season puts new england up 15-7 and two more tds from brady, and the pats make it look so easy in the 33-13 win in brady ace return.
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well and fun to be a part of it. it has been a fun week to get ready to play and to be back doing what i love to do. our fans, we have the best fans in the world. i want to do the best job that i can for the city for all of new england and, you know, for my teammates and for my family. >> daniel: brady classy as ever. next up for you in england, the bengals next sunday. one of the most talked presidential debate was not about the candidates. still ahead at 6:30, the voter who stole the show and has thousands of people tweet being him this morning. plus the local woman charged in her own boyfriend's suicide wants her conversation with police thrown out of
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>> the suspects were arrested more than 600 miles away from virginia but have some connection to massachusetts. fox25's catherine parrotta is live at the orange police department, and catherine, this morning investigators are trying to figure if the two suspects knew this elderly couple. >> reporter: that is something that is unknown at this time what relationship if any the suspects will have for the victim. they are held without bail in virginia where they are arrested. all of this stems from the crime in during that home invasion, 95-year-old thomas hardy was killed. 27-year-old joanna fisher was seriously injured. according to police, 23-year-old joshua hart and 27-year-old britney smith was arrested in virginia. massachusetts state police have gotten warrants of charges of murder, attempted murder, home invasion, armed robbery, larceny and conspiracy. right now the two are being held by the rockledge police department and the victim's vehicle was found in virginia in a different place than
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massachusetts connection, police do say that both of these suspects were most recently living in athol which is not too far where we were living in orange. police have reached out to see if we were able to get mug shots and a little more information. we will let you know what we find out. live in orange, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. a young taunton woman who sent her boyfriend text messages allegedly telling him to kill himself says the statements she made to police should not be heard at trial. michelle carter claims she was police first questioned her. the 20-year-old is charged with manslaughter for the death of conrad roy iii. his body was found in his pick july truck in 2013. he died from carbon monoxide poisoning. carter's lawyer argued that the text are protected free speech and she is not responsible for roy's suicide. 6:17. a pair of high school football coaches are on leave after an incident on board a newton
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was returning home after a loss. state police tell fox25 it appears some sort of disagreement may have turned physical. we are told the student ended up calling 911 and a bus was pulled over along route 2 a. police are not saying if anyone was hurt and no one has been charged. state police and school administrators are investigating. within the last ten minutes, we have learned that we have another train cancelled in one is on the lowell line. train 304 which is the 640 from lowell. we h cancellations today even though the commuter rail is on a weekday regular schedule so i will double check on your rain in particular to make sure you aren't running late or your train is cancelled. route 1 and 93 south moving along fine. no issues on the expressway. drive times. 9 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. and 11 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. back to you.
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this morning. hope your week is starting off great. we had cooler weather this weekend. >> jason: brisk. temperature feeling like the 30 in a lot of spot and what a wallop of rain. rainy est day of the year in boston. almost 2 inches. nantucket 3 and 3/4. quincy more than 2. some of the local reports that i rounded out. wakefield had an inch and three quarter. even than an inch of rain. blustery winds behind it. the gusty winds all the way back inland as well today. the rain is out of here and that clearing line moving toward cape cod right now. we could see see some clouds get hung up on cape cod and redevelop ocean effect clouds if you will. and the rest of the area look sunny and could be breezy. the winds gusting 25 miles per hour around boston and worcester. but we see those 38, 39. 43, hyannis over to nantucket
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throughout the day. hour by hour then. sunny in lowell today. temperatures out of the 40s. by 10 a.m., we are in the middle 50s. we are going to struggle to get to 60 degrees at around 2:00, and then as we get to sunset, upper 40s will return very quickly. going to be a chilly night tonight. there are your high temperatures. lots of sun, keene, nashua, worcester, over to boston. some of those ocean effects may linger and for the cape and island today. fenway, going to be breezy to cool temperatures in the middle 50s. good news is winds at 10 to 20. early we will taper down to 10 miles per hour if -- by, say, 9:00. the boston freeze alert. a widespread for early tuesday morning. if you live out of boston and in the suburbs away from the coast. you will be susceptible to frost overnight tonight and take care of those sensitive plans. a freeze watch. i don't think worcester
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but in those low lying areas of worcester county watch out for a light breeze. keene, orange, norwood freezing conditions there. the seven-day forecast. a nice stretch of fall weather. look at those 60s. the warmest day look to be thursday and a slight chance of rain there. in the midst of the presidential debate, the moderators brought back donald trump's feud with a gold star family. new at 6:30, what trump claimsly woo have happened to the family's son if he had en and on the go snack popular with kids.
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at&t and t-mobile will not be handing out the replacement phones while the investigation is ongoing. kraft heinz is recalling lunchables, ham and american cracker snackers lunches. the food products have been mislabelled and contain wheat and soy. common allergens not listed on incorrect label. the fda said no producers of donald trump reality show "the apprentice" have footage of him using the n word. a former producer said trump has said worse things than what he said this conversation with billy bush last week. there is allegedly a $5 million fee if producers leak the footage. hillary clinton supporter david brock has offered to pay the feed and her supporters set up a go fund me page. while the candidates got nasty in the attacks, the big winner of the debate was one
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ken bone was one of the uncommitted voters selected by moderators to ask a question at the town hall style event. his question to donald trump and hillary clinton was about their energy policy. twitter users, though, seemed en amored by him and commented on everything from his clothes to the disposal cram he had with him. there were about 100,000 tweets overnight talking about ken bone. >> it was nonstop. >> nonstop. he did have a great sweater on though. much cool. all right, jason, we are going to need a sweater today. >> jason: i was going to say. layer up. temperatures in the 30s in many locations. there go the rain. i am tracking the clearing line as well. i am back with a look at how long the sunshine sticks around in southern new england straight ahead. hundreds of thousands of people without power as they begin to assess the damage from hurricane matthew. still ahead at o'clock, the impending danger for some
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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. 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
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is responsible for the content of this advertising. updating breaking news out now. several people are out of their homes following an fire at an apartment complex overnight. they are taking a live look at some of the damage done to that building. we do have a crew on the scene
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an updated report is just seconds away. >> if you haven't stepped outside at all this morning, it feels like fall outside. we have cooler temperatures and wind chills to worry about this morning. meteorologist jason brewer is in for shiri spear on this monday. he is in the storm tracker weather center with where we are expected to top out. >> jason: we will see temperatures below normal today daniel and sara, good morning. we are tracking that clearing line over the cape cod canal. so we will likely see the sunshine, all areas except the cape as we g look at these 40s. low to mid-40s to begin. the winds are gusting 20, 25 miles per hour. even gusts to 43 right now on nantucket. a wind chill of 32. then worcester as we are starting the day, 38 in boston. we have a wind advisory through the day and through the cape and islands and winds will gust. and causing minor tree damage. heads up today. temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60 in afternoon.
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tonight, you want the layers. middle-50s and a breeze out of the northwest to start things off at 6:00. here is julie. >> julie: good morning, everyone, hope you are enjoys this columbus day. long weekend. want to let you know if you were out of town and headed back in. free coffee at some service plazas on the bike on route 3. that starts at 10 p.m. and goes to 5 a.m. tomorrow morning. i anticipate the heaviest volume later today as people make it back home. right now, though, the expressway still wide open. a lot of green weekend. route 1, 93 south are clear. life drive times. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 29 minutes. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. breaking news this morning from bourne. crews are still on the scene of a big apartment fire and part of the main road is closed. >> those flames bloke out in the middle of the night forcing several people outside to watch their building burn.
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tough battle for fire fighters. >> yeah, i do want to let our viewers know that this part of sandwich road now have reopened as fire fighters have cleared the scene, but as you can probably see, it is still very windy and fire fighters told me that certainly was a challenge when trying to contain those flames. i also got an update from fire fighters and they are taking a look at the canal view apartments on sandwich road. they told me that the fire does on the second floor and show you video from earlier this morning just to give you a better idea of how high those flames were, and, again, the wind also an issue as they work to contain that fire. this all started at around 1:00 this morning, and people were sleeping in this unit. thankfully everyone was able to get out safely. one building was damaged but fire fighters did have to cut power to other buildings as well, and the american red cross now helping residents
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and again winds continue to an issue. the investigation is now under way. we have been seeing fire fighters using flashlights to walk around this building to take a better look at all of the damage, but meantime, coming up in 30 minutes, one of the reasons why fire fighters were able to put this fire out so quickly. in bourne, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. during the second presidential debate, the moderators brought up one of donald trump's most controversial campaign moments. fox25's heather hegedus joins us in the newsroom, and heather, we are talking about trump's feud with a gold star family, and now he has added fuel to the fire with another
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>> muslim ban. that is when trump answer they had wouldn't have put u.s. troops in iraq in 2003 and he said captain khan wouldn't have been forced to give the ultimate sacrifice. >> captain khan is an american hero, and if i were president at that time, he would be alive today because unlike her who voted for the war without knowing what she was doing, i would not have had our in iraq. >> the khan family didn't waste any time saying that we knew that our son is an american hero. we also know that donald trump is not telling the truth when he says he was against the iraq war. our son served the country with honor and distinction and gave the ultimate sacrifice. the only thing donald trump sacrifices it s the truth. i am monitoring trump's twitter account to see if he
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tried to see the women who accused clinton's husband of sexual abuse in the trump family box of the debate. in the newsroom, heather hegedus, fox25 news. senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire is wasting no time throwing her support elsewhere. she said she can't support trump following the release of his derogatory comments last friday. >> i cannot vote for donald trump based on what he has said and done and the actions he talked about he talked about in those tapes. >> daniel: ayotte is not backing clinton either. instead write in vp pick mike pence. it comes after calling trump a role model of children before quickly backtracking. the hunt is on for a man in an attempted sexual assault in broad daylight. it happened near fitzgerald park. the victim told police that this man threw her to the ground and tried to assault her. he was later spotted riding a
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huntington avenue. the man is described being in his late 20s and 5'8". medford police are investigating an attack on a tufts university student that happened early saturday morning at college and boston avenues. the student told police he was with a group of friends when a car pulled up and asked for a lighter. after words were exchanged, two men got out. car and attacked the victim. one is accused of punching him in the face. the other threatening him with a baseball bat. both suspects are in their early 20s and may have been driving 6:36 right now. two people are dead after a crash in nashua, new hampshire. take a look at this video sent in by a fox25 viewer. you can see the smoke and flames off in the distance. the car was found off the sagamore bridge in a ravine. no word on the victims' names at this point. the crash remains under investigation. a family in iowa left with nothing after flames for through their home. the everyday device that we
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kelly ayotte: let's be honest - both donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators.
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republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. we track traffic and weather togetherve minutes. 128 southbound. a 22-minute ride in woburn from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. overall volume light because it is columbus day and you might have the day off. >> jason: yeah, you might be able to get out on the golf course. chilly this morning but by 10:00 in the morning lower 50s. kind of my standards where the club won't shake that badly above 50 degrees. sunny out there but that breeze will be a factor today.
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back to you. police in tyngsboro are investigating a string of fires that happened saturday morning on valuers avenue. chester avenue. this video was shared with fox25 by one of the victims. her husband's truck up in flames. >> he had just gone to bed not even an hour before and our neighbors from across the street came up to the door and pounding and pounding on the door and heard something outside and saw the fire under the truck. we already engulfed. >> scooters and another car were also burned. no one was hurt. swampscott police are offering a reward to solve a series of arsons or doherty circumstance p.m. these are the details police sent fox25. the latest incident happened a newspaper box. it was on business on the first floor and the apartments above it. the other fires happened about a two-minute walk away.
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police say a number of plastic recycling bins were torched in that same neighborhood. a reward of $5,000 is being offered for information to solve this case. natick police are releasing surveillance video of a pretty gold crime in the hopes of catching a pair of thieves. take a look at this. this happened on the pet world. you can see a man walk up to a van and fish around inside. he grabbed a wallet and what you are not seeing in this video is while the van's owner was standing feet away. the victim actually spotted the man and confronted him, but he ran away while the woman he was with took off in a car possibly a black honda. 6:41 right now. as the nation reacts to a decade-old recording of donald trump. he is starting fresh controversy of his own. the bombshell trump was hoping to spring on hillary clinton avoided by a last-minute intervention. a story you will see only
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death experience. death experience. the message to his mother special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. please vote yes on question 2. in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done?
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for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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happening now at 6:44. we are updating breaking news in bourne. a live look at the canal view in sandwich road where a fire broke out around 1:00. most people were sleeping at the time and everyone was able to make it out okay. coming up at o'clock, we are hearing from the family of someone who lives inside this building. the second presidential debate is in the books, and it was
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hillary clinton and donald trump launching personal attacks at each other. in just a few minutes, we are taking a look at how voters say the candidates stacked up. and developing this morning, two people are in custody in virginia in connection with the deadly home invasion in orange. 23-year-old joshua hart and 27-year-old britney smith are facing charges including murder of the death of 95-year-old thomas hardy. the race for the pennant heats back up today. situation with the indian it is they want to stay in the playoffs. jessica reyes is live at fenway where things could get a little tense tonight, jess? >> reporter: this is the big one here, sara, make or break for the red sox today and not only does it one game determine the rest of their season if they do lose tonight -- hopefully we hope they don't, but david ortiz's last effort. >> reporter: the fenway faithful now getting ready for tonight.
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win. tom brady's first game back. >> reporter: a disappointing series. the sox are down 0-2 after two games in cleveland. as for david ortiz usually one of the most clutch players in the post season. he has looked flat and had only one hit. rick porcello didn't look like he did during the regular season and david price's post season struggles continue during game two. leaves clay buchholz whose struggles have been so extreme over the past few months that just after for him starting in october. >> we sat down and had a little talk in the clubhouse and mostly what it was about. it was about -- you are not out until -- until the final out is made and the only reason we are here is because of everybody and what they have done throughout this year. the game is no different. it is just -- on a little bit bigger stage. >> reporter: as for fans, some say the rainout could be a good thing for the sox. >> maybe today will help them a little bit.
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people who have tickets to the game yesterday that was rained out, those tickets will be honored today and people with tickets to game four if there is a game four, they will be honored tomorrow. jessica reyes, fox25 news. for one red sox fan from lowell, friday night's loss in cleveland was especially miserable. britney broderick told fox25 that a cleveland indians fan harassed her and her friends so badly that she had no choice but to post an open letter on facebook. >> when their team came up and they got a hit, start waving their towels and purposely hitting us in the head with them. so after the third or fourth time of me get hit the head i turned around to look at him and he purposely tipped his beer on me. >> sara: that not nice. her post got the attention of the cleveland indians. the full story and letter on our web site at fox25boston.com. matthew is no longer a hurricane, but the danger is still very real this morning for people living in the carolinas.
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reach their peak either today or tomorrow. nearly 900 people have been rescued from floodwaters and crews are extremely exhausted. 19 people have died from the storm in the united states. hundreds of thousands of people are still without power this morning. in florida, the floodwaters are clearing out, and giving residents a clearer picture of the damage. this is route a 1 a in daytona beach where the storm surge as you can see wash aid way part of the road for miles up and down the coast. despite the serious damage, florida's small shift by the storm last week prevented the damage from being even worse. the state is hoping to have most schools and businesses open today. the death toll from the storm in haiti is nearly 900 people. authorities say that up to 90% of the southern part of the country had been destroyed by the storm. the red cross has launched a call for emergency donations. they are hoping to raised 6.9 million to provide medical support, shelter, water and
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and 6:49. i have a couple of friends in nantucket for the columbus day holiday and so windy that they looked out at the pool at the hotel they are staying and furniture that blew into the pool. >> jason: wind advisory for nantucket islands through today. wind gusts around 40, possibly as high as 50 miles per hour there as this front finally moves away and brings the rain along with it. look at that. the winds out of the northwest 15 in temperature of 45. but a wind chill of 38 degrees. so not strong enough to bloat furniture around in boston but still the brisk feel to the air. feels like 32 in worcester right now. 37 in bedford. take a look. it is still cloudy in cape cod and nantucket. there is the vineyard and the clearing line right up against the canal right now. the thicker clouds will move away but then we will watch and see if the ocean effect clouds will hang out for the rest of the day.
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bright columbus day. wind gusts 20 to 25. nothing too out of the ordinary inland but you see 39, 43, p-town, nantucket still a problem there. hour by hour, sunshine, metro west neighborhoods. 10 in the morning getting close to 50, by noontime in the lower 50s headed close to 60 degrees at around 2 to 4 p.m. and then by 6:00, sunset. temperatures drop quickly tonight. dry air and that northwesterly breezes will be with us. wind gusts out there at midday, 20, 25 miles per hour around the greater boston area. up 40, possibly 50. cape cod and island at 5:00. we are gaining some tapering of those winds down to about 30 for the cape and island forecast. the afternoon numbers running in the upper 50s to near 60. a little below normal and we will watch for lingering clouds to the south and east and our fenway forecast tonight looking good, clear,
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early. good news is temperatures in the middle 50s at first pitch and winds subsiding down toward 10 miles per hour by 9 p.m. overnight tonight, we are going to have to watch for some frost. we have a freeze watch for worcester county. average first freeze in worcester mid-october. so we are getting close to that average date. i don't think we will get a freeze at the airport. about 1,000 feet up, but those lower lying areas tonight is where i am most concerned about frost and freezing conditions w to lower 30s. your seven-day going to be nice and bright for most of the week. thursday is the warmest day with the slight chance of rain, that next month back with more straight ahead. taking a look at your roads on this columbus day, and you can expect the conditions to be a little bit lighter because it is a three-day long weekend for many people. so we are still seeing bright green traffic flow on route 3 as you approach the braintree split. no issues on 24 or 95 yet. expressway seeing a little bit
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o'neill tunnel. northbound still moving along fine as you can see in shot. about a speed limit ride past morrissey boulevard. single digits at 6:52. must mean it is a holiday. that is rare. 19 minutes on 93 south. 12 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. back to you. the community of palm springs, california joined together to remember two police officers killed in the line of duty. both were fatally shot while responding to last week. family and friends took the stage of the vigil telling tales how the slain officers lived and how their work meant to them. >> i know he loved his job. and so sad that somebody can take his life the way that they did. >> daniel: police arrested this man they say killed the officers yesterday after 12-hour standoff. five high school students are dead and more are recovering after a deadly
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pickup truck north of i-89 saturday night when he slammed into a car killing five high high schoolers. police say he then stole a police car and kept driving. eventually coming back to the scene, striking the car again and causing a pile-up. >> in the second crash, there was a total of 8 cars that were hit. the original car that was left and the original pickup truck that was left in the interstate breakdown lane -- or excuse me the pass and then seven additional vehicles were struck. >> four of the students killed in the crash have been ilded as juniors at harewood union high school in more -- mooretown. an investigation is under way in new york after a commuter train derailed hurting 33 people. a train sideswiped a work train and went off the tracks. about 600 people were on the long island railway train at the time. four of the people have serious injuries.
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reopening for the first time since the deadly crash. service will resume at the hoboken terminal. a woman at the platform was killed two weeks ago. the ntsb is still investigating the cause. a small central town races to save a man lost in the woods as the temperatures started dropping. fox25's heather hegedus joins us this morning with how police tracked down that young man even after his cell phone died. >> daniel, this could have ended mu thanks to police, fire and ems as well as a k-9 team that they were able to track this man down before it was too late. a mild deep in the woods. hyperthermic. >> when the call comes everyone was 100% in. >> reporter: cold, dark and rainy in wooded rutland. the search team knew every minute would count. >> everyone involved knew that it was -- that it was a
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only officer on duty when the mother of a 23-year-old shrewsbury man reported her son missing in the woods on bushy lane. he was lost, wet and shivering when he called home. >> his voicemail message he left to his mother. he said his battery watt 1% and in the middle of the voicemail message his phone died. >> reporter: they pinged his phone finding the last location. a bloodhound helped police track his trail until finally mick after eight and a half hours outside. >> he was not coherent. he was not making a whole lot of sense. >> reporter: they carried him to the ambulance. his temperature at the hospital 94 degrees. .5 over a potentially fatal level. >> paramedics involved are telling me that it was probably an hour or so. and it could have been a very different outcome. >> reporter: officer her zog wasn't supposed to be working and she picked up an extra shift. as a mom, she is so grateful
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>> it is why do our job to get him home successfully and getting a son home to her mom. >> so good he is doing okay. he was faeling overheated. he was taking off his clothing that further exposed him to the elements a little bit. he is out of the hospital and doing well we are happy to report. his mother declined to speak with us but told officers she is immensely grateful as you can imagine. in the studio, heather hegedus. the cape cod coast guard is being credited with saving another cliff in maine. crews were called to the acadia national park on saturday. the hiker fell 80 feet. park rangers were unable to reach him, so the helicopter crew flew from the cape and hoisted a man into the aircraft. the coast guard said he hurt his arm and leg. you may know today's holidays a columbus day, but for residents of have vermont, the day is giving the makeover. celebrating indigenous people's day putting emphasis on the americas when columbus landed.
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but others think more can be done to recognize the day. >> educational program or events that take place. and, you know, extension beyond just a name change. >> reporter: so far the name change will only apply to this year, but the city of hartford hope to hold a vote to make the change permanent. a close call for a paddleboarder off the coast of nauset beach. this is great white circling next to the border. a pilot captured friday. this one of the many sharks located off the cape this season. the atlantic white shark conservancy has observed 90 different great whites over the past few months. a dramatic rescue in florida saved one lucky bald eagle's life. the bird got stuck in the grille of a car. fire fighters and police were able to free the eagle and take it to a wildlife sanctuary. they say the bird does not appear to be injured.
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debuted at number one bringing in $27.1 million. but many fans said the movie was a let down. moviegoers took to twitter to express their concern saying the movie's pacing was slow and did not stick to the plot of the book. one thing that fans did seem to agree on, many say that emily blunt gave an incredible performance. and a long-running fox series paid a visit to our city "the simpsons" came to boston a hate-cation. the family want bart that our city was a terrible place but not all insults. >> i can't stand that pretty boy quarterback. thinks he is so handsome because he is drop dead gorgeous. >> city councilor matt o'malley weighed in on his moment when marge used a sunscreen. used the idea to combat skindzs last year. don don brady will say haters
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>> sara: so glad to see that. >> sara: so glad to see that. >> daniel: maybe simpsons should do another animated
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>> sara: good morning, everybody, it is monday morning, october 10th, i'm sara underwood. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. live at fenway park, the sox come back starts tonight at fenway, game three rained out yesterday. >> sara: that's right. jason brewer telling us includer skies for first pitch tonight. that's what we want to hear. >> jason: no rain out tonight. temperatures cool in the middle 50s, winds out of the nort over the green monster tonight, have the breezy wind tapering throughout the game though. right now tracking clear skies toward the cape cod canal and seeing temperatures in the 40s to begin the day, blustery though. look at the wind gusts running 20 to 25 miles per hour, even excessive 40 miles per hour still on nantucket. so the wind chill in the 30s as you begin the day and layer up. wind advisory up, cape cod,

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