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. now at 4:00, fire sweeps through a local home. a mom and her young son asleep. the banging from a neighbor that got them out safely. police searching for this man accused of trying to kidnap a 13-year-old girl in what should have been a safe place. the routine she was following and what she did >> off to a freezing start. the cold air where it lingers and may stir up snow and ice tomorrow. and at the wall and gone! >> julie: the indians strike first with a commanding 6-0 victory in the world series. the critical role a former red sox player had in last night's win. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this
>> daniel: it is 4 a.m. and you will be waking up a bit cooler on wednesday morning, october 26, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. like daniel mentioned cool out there and a freeze warning in effect. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with the coolest air you have seen this season, shiri. >> shiri: some areas that haven't seen those previous temperatures seeing them right now. i have a freeze warning from northeast massachusetts down into metro southeastern mass at 9 a.m. north and west of that freezing temperatures too. the growing season has ended so they don't issue freeze warnings any longer. there is your freezing temperature. in worcester, 31 degrees. the coldest we have seen yet this fall. same in boston at 38. 36 in lawrence and 33 in plymouth. mostly clear skies which could mean seeing temperatures down a few more degrees. so here is your hour-by-hour forecast for framingham this morning. we have you dipping into the
morning we should get up to 40 degrees. we have mostly sunny skies to start. high in the 40s there. warmer temperatures just to the south though. and we will look at the towns and cities across new england in a cup of minutes. julie grauert is up now with live drive time traffic. >> things are nice and quiet. it no issues route 1, 93 south. pike expressway moving along fine. live drive times. 25 minutes on the pike eastbound at 495 to mass avenue. single digits on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. 4:02. a large fire ripped through a triple decker in everett. video taken just after 10:00 showing flames pouring out of the roof of a house on floyd street. neighbors worked to get everybody out safely including a sleeping mother and her son in the home next door. she was alerted when someone started banging on her door. well, fire fighters tell us no one was hurt.
investigators are working to figure out how the fire started. developing this morning, families in roxbury are on alert after someone tried to kidnap a girl on the way to the bus stop yesterday. police are hoping that someone can help them identify that suspect. malini basu went to roxbury and spoke to the stepfather who said she got away by kicking and screaming. [inaudible] >> reporter: the bus -- >> the bus and got grabbed from behind. >> reporter: 139-year-old girl was waiting for the school bus on blue hill avenue in roxbury. victim's mother spoke with fox25 over the phone. >> she was walking to the bus stop. she felt someone walking behind her and all of a sudden she felt someone grab her by her arm. and then they grabbed her and covered her mouth, told her not
dragged her to the dumpster and she started to cream. >> she kicked him in the leg and she started screaming. a guy came to her rescue and the guy let her go and started running. >> reporter: a woman woke up to the teen screaming. she didn't want to be identified. >> i went to the window and i could see this young girl looked like she was talking to a guy. >> reporter: the 13-year-old girl is a 7th grader. >> she weighs 108 pounds and sh if anyone knows who it is, has any idea, please report them. >> reporter: fox25 cameras saw detectives working late into the night trying to find this man. the girl's mother says she will not be able to rest easy until he caught. >> words can't explain the rage i have for him right now, so i am going to let it be and let the police do what they are going to do. >> reporter: in roxbury, malini
attempted kidnapping is similar it a story of a man that snatched a middle school school in lawrence and sexually assaulted her. she eventually escaped and police arrested the 21-year-old sp. the search for this missing dracut woman entered its fourth day. kathyrn lucier suffers from alzheimer's and alzheimer's disease. they gathered hoping their collective voices could make a difference in the search for her. ? amazing gra doing just the best we can ? how sweet the sound ? >>reporter: family members say kathy lucier will be the first one to go looking if one of her loved ones went missing and the last one to give up. more than 100 people showed up in the support in the efforts to find her missing since sunday when her son made a bowl of ice cream to eat on the back deck.
her she was gone. kathy would walk the same loop four or five times. >> thought nothing of it when she went for a walk up the street but she always came back. it is shocking for me because feels as though she just vanished. >> reporter: frail at 99 pounds and in cathedral of medication for altar and parkinson's. the search has grown desperate. volunteers from pepperell. dozens of people on foot. even offered up drones to the search combing finding nothing. ? once was lost ? >>reporter: the vigil, a prayer she will come home safe. >> i just wish at this point we have a happy ending. you know, it has been two days. it has been awfully cold. >> reporter: missing two to days the hope is that someone picked her up. without her medication she wouldn't be able to speak or stand, but she would still be
the family is hoping someone will come forward. >> we are investigating every lead. if you have any information, please reach out. >> reporter: jacqui heinrich, fox25 news. today we are expected to learn more of a convicted sexual predator released early. richard gardner spent 28 years in prison for child rape but originally sentenced to 190 years. lawyers are n gardner are due back for a hearing. accused of violating probation by going to a quincy library. if the charge is fixed if to prison. a man killed his father simply because he annoyed him. he is behind bars. jackson and in shackles as they detailed how he stabbed his father, beat him with a hammer and pushed him down the stairs. both men shared the house for years and everything seemed normal against them. >> i knew the father. he seemed like a great man. single father bringing up his
first-degree murder although he confessed during his arrest. >> the youngest person placed on the mass most wanted fugitive list says he is not a killer. in court yesterday, jayden smith pled not guilty he shot and killed a 29-year-old man in fall river in july. smith with a a fugitive for months before police finally caught him this week. they believe smith is a member of a prominent fall river street gang. after his court hearing, standing behind the teen. >> you know, he is in this situation, and he is an adult now, but that is really not how he is with me anyway. smith is being held without bail and if convicted cospend the rest of his life in jail. the driver in a crash that killed a state trooper will be in court.
njunga will continue. he was speeding and had marijuana in his city when he hit and killed thomas clardy in march. several elementary school students and one adult are recovering after a school bus crashed into a quincy house. the president -- the principal and vice principal will drive the bus to make them feel more comfortable. it hill a utility pole and a home on kittery street. were on board the bus when it happened. >> it was really scary and it was, like, really bumpy. >> it was going very fast and bumpy and we just heard something, like, crack, and it started smelling like fire, and we just were screaming everywhere. >> daniel: all the students have been treated and released. it is not clear at this point what caused the driver to crash. a local college is warning its campus that's a student has
officials say the students have been vaccinated and still got the disease. the school is checking with student who had close contact with the patients. symptoms included swelling, fever, city of neck and loss of appetite. concern on campus harvard report show the 2012 soccer team banked female recruits based on their looks. a member of the team came forward what he and his teammates refer to as a scouting report according to the harvard crimson. a score based attractiveness and sexual appeal and also included their pictures. the evaluations appear to be a yearly tradition. >> line drive into left -- >> julie: that the indians take game one of the world series. the hit was good for three run taking the score to 6-0. the final score. the cubs unable to get anybody home.
roles. andrew miller threw 46 pitches and allowed no runs in six innings of work. first pitch has been moved up to 7:08 because of expected rain. you can guess what team this family is rooting for. addison and clark mcfarland. they were named for the intersection where wrigley field stands in chicago, addison and clark and they only had to wait four months to see the cubs play in the world congratulations to the family's adorable boys. >> i love that you live there you may not know the significance of addison and clark. >> daniel: big deal. >> julie: really light a 20-minute ride from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri. >> shiri: temperatures dropping by 6 a.m., 36. and boston is one my warmer spots. see what coolness will hingeer
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something can be done to prevent these types of crashes from happening so often. >> my heart breaks for everybody involved in that. >> reporter: governor charlie baker expresses his sympathies for the sudden and tragic death for monday's wrong-way crash on 495. he tells fox25 that he has asked his staff to see how this type of accident can be prevented. >> take a look at what we can do with respect to signage to deal with this sort of thing so people don't get on the wrong road going direction. >> reporter: state police have ided the wrong driver as valentin versen, he crashed head-on into a car killing all four people in the vehicle. she, too, died in the crash. the four victims kraig diggs, troy galvin. 18-year-old cory lacada of west
driving south in the southbound lanes, why remains under investigation, but governor baker says he blames no one. this, he says, this season awful tragedy and he admits that on-and-off ramps in massachusetts can be hard to navigate. >> some of them can get confusing and obviously this woman got confused at this one. >> reporter: i am john monahan, fox25 news. >> we pulled the driving record between 200 had and 2015 she got five speeding tickets split between massachusetts and rhode island. her license was just reinstated this past january. stay with fox25 for continuing coverage on air and online. family and friends are holding a vigil for the victims happening in hyannis at the greenville lage at 5:30. now 4:16. a large crowd gathered in vermont to remember the five high school students killed by
month. a celebration of life was held at their high school. their friends and teachers honored each one of them one by one. >> we are here tonight to honor and celebrate all that is beautiful about silas, eli, jamie, liam and mary. >> julie: the wrong-way driver steven bego in pled not guilty to five counts of murder. he is being held without bail. a man is recovering in the hospital after falling through his own porch. screened-in porch collapsed. a tricky rescue as they used a rope and basket to get him out. he suffered minor injuries. the building inspector is looking into what happened. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. a lot of green on my map which means speeds are normal on the expressway. 128 moving along fine as you approach the pike. from the north shore, route 1 is moving along without any issues.
20 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. 4:17. meteorologist shiri spear joining us with the forecast. it's cold. >> julie: you said the record cold. >> shiri: the low -- >> julie: should we high five, so is he celebrate. >> shiri: should we cry. i am nor sure. >> daniel: i brought the gloves and hat. >> shiri: it is invite to you do the same for your kids, for yourself. a better freeze warning in effect until 9 a.m. until 9:00, temperatures in the upper 20s, lower 30s on my map. a cool, dry and partly sunny day ahead. rain is coming forward us tomorrow, and when it initially moves in, it is going to be snow out in areas like the berkshires. so currently look at what a quiet morning worcester down to 31 degrees. boston, 38.
plymouth, 33. go out to plymouth right now talking clear skies which is great news. feels like only 26 though because that little bit of a breeze out there and that added chill from the wind. 6 a.m. temperature down to 34 degrees. i don't expect that we are really going to warm up by, like, 6, 7:00 this morning if anything. temperatures probably go down one or two more degrees. still in the low to mid-30s at 8 a.m. 10 a.m., 41 degrees. welcome back to the 40s, but the warm-up will be incredibly limited. somewhere like lawrence starting off frosty at 36 degrees. at risk of seeing freezing temperatures before the warm-up start. there you have it at 8 a.m., 35. and highs there in the 40s. 47 in boston and lawrence and ipswich. 49 in norwood and couple of 50s in providence, rhode island. the weather maker shifting toward us. the start of the morning commute is looking fine and we are looking for a cup of
7 a.m. temperatures obviously very chilly. 20s and 30s on the map. the speed of getting that cold air out of here is the concern. 10 o'clock, still the risk to have shower over the south shore and the cape. it will be drizzle as we get it. after 10 a.m., the risk for showers start going up and by 2 p.m., i have very light precipitation on the map. my concern is, if we get it in here early enough. even if it is very, very light could boil d could boil down into icy conditions after 2 p.m. rain temperatures in the low to mid-40s. the snow will be restricted out to the berkshires, vermont, perhaps leaking out toward the manadanocks as light accumulation. the rain really picking up in intensity. it will be heaviest thursday night into friday morning. as you can see, washout friday morning. and temperatures are warm enough that it is primarily
of it too. we are looking at an inch in worcester. three quarters of an inch in boston. downpour potential is there. friday into the weekend, temperatures are a little more normal in the mid- to upper 50s. the seven-day forecast with weekend always in view, 48 today. it is going to be bright out there, but tomorrow we have that developing rain and we will have to watch out for unland towns and cities starting out -- late morning or early afternoon. heavy rain should end 8 to 10 a.m. and dry and into the weekend, slight risk of a saturday shower. back dover to you. a local professional wrestler accused of attacking his pregnant girlfriend. the message he sent to the
producer along with former new york giant michael stra han and boston author. it premieres on audience network november 15. speaking of sports and religion of sports, the world series is under way. the sox are in the series this year. former red sox man jeers and players on the team, it seems our -- seems our hometown reach has more effort than ever before. across the indians and the that boston seems to be rooting for one team over the other. >> reporter: in the verge of the world series and shadow of fenway park, sox fans have the sniffles. >> single tear. yes, exactly. >> and yet the fenway faithful are finding a way to rally. support for indians but cub fever is catching with fans too. could have been wrigley. >> reporter: why? >> because they haven't won the
>> yes. >> reporter: warm nighttime that icy boston heart of yours. >> yes. >> reporter: cubs or indians. if it can't be the sox. >> got jon lester, john lackey, david ross. >> reporter: even my photographer is a ticket taker, my red sox for life photographer. >> reporter: how can you feel any sympathy other team? >> we feel their pain. >> isn't this sacrilege? the red sox store. how can you sell this? >> we have to root for somebody. >> reporter: drawing all kind of baseball fans, the wrong kind. >> so we are from chicago. >> yeah, welcome. [ laughter ] >> reporter: a losing streak 100 years strong, they are in a cheerful mood says store manager.
>> reporter: sox fans have reasons to root for the cubs. >> i don't care. i am a sox fan and i root for no one else. [ laughter ] >> julie: those stories are fun to do. >> daniel: tk made an appearance in the story. >> julie: a cameo by our photographer. asked people on facebook who wants to win. they said cubs. >> daniel: having >> julie: sin you are rooting for the cubs, me too. a company they work for face thousands of dollars of
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and off to a freezing start. how long the cold air lingers today and where it may stir up snow and ice tomorrow. this quincy home is still taped off after a school bus came crashing into it. >> it was really scary. >> reporter: coming up, one student describes how it happened. a man accused of abusing his dog hides his face while leaving court. the criminal history that got him in even more trouble. complete new this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, 4:30 on wednesday, october 26. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: good morning, i am daniel miller. we are waking up to coldest temperatures we have seen this season. meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 storm tracker weather center. shiri, frost and freeze warnings are in effect. >> we have a freeze warning of a lot of the suburbs of boston from the north shore to the south shore as well. we have wind on top of it. gusts into the 20-mile-per-hour