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had to do air monitoring. breaking news in boston: a stabbing has happened near the park street station and the boston common. the call came in around 3:30. we'll update you as soon as we know more. over hampton beach, a hotel went up in flames earlier this afternoon. it happened on ocean boulevard. firefighters worked to make sure the flames didn't spread to any other buildings. there are no reports of injuries. in woburn, a serious crash. a car rolled onto the onramp of 128 north. the driver suffered a serious injury. the roads have been opened. police are investigating an accident where a pickup truck was struck by another vehicle. the accident happened wednesday evening. the driver of the pickup was transported to mga with serious injuries. according to witnesses, the other driver appeared to be under the influence.
this was shut down so crews to clear up the mess. there is work to prevent a slippery situation by cleaning leaves off the trails. a high pressure washer, 50 gallons of water per minute, clears leaf residue, so crews don't have to use the brakes more than necessary. >> just like you have challenges with the weather, you have to reduce your braking because of reduced traction on the roads, same with us. >> the work on the rails should prevent delays due to wet leaves throughout the fall. in texas, a couple under the gun as a furious driver points a shotgun right at them before going on the attack. the couple says the driver was putting other drivers in danger, and when they tried to do something about it, there was trouble.
>> i thought we were both going to get shot. >> reporter: marcy was getting out of the passenger side of the vehicle when she was caught in a road rage situation. >> i was almost completely out of the vehicle, and that's when jay hollered, marcy, no, no, get back in, they have a gun, they have a gun! that's when they're like next to us. >> reporter: you can see a green pickup pull into the area hanging out of the window with a rifle. >> he kept flipping it back and forth like it was a baton, he pointed at us then like he was going to swing it, then he pointed at us. >> reporter: then he smashed the windshield with the butt of the gun. >> then they followed us. i was trying to get my phone, it was on the floorboards, and i couldn't reach the phone to call for help, and every corner that we turned,
he was like, hang on, they're still there! >> reporter: marcy and her fiance were trailing a car that having trouble, the truck tried to pass, and marcy's fiance cut them of off to protect the car in trouble. >> this is road rage. plain and simple. >> how scary. police are still searching for the suspects. they will offer a cash reward for information leading to their arrest. a virginia woman facing criminal charges after security video shows her doing yoga on subway tracks outside washington, d.c. the december 2014 video shows her on the tracks, and someone started taking pictures of it.
the woman heads to court later this month on tresspassing charges. after a month on the loose, a cobra, named elvis, has been found. it slithered away from its animal in early september. it was hiding under a dryer in a home about a half mile from where it went missing. the owner faces criminal charges for not reporting that escape. new details on a medical mishap in new jersey. a nurse has her license suspended after reuseing syringes after giving flu shots. risk for infection is low, but dozens of people are being tested for blood-borne illnesses. in new jersey, there is a fight with the department of motor vehicles, a woman
chemotherapy. picture. >> one picture shows her beaming with health. now she is has stage 2 breast cancer in april. chemo has taken her hair, and having to take the license photo has left an emotional scar. >> i don't want to have a picture of myself sick for the next four years. >> reporter: jodry wanted to have her drivers license renewed, and they said it was the most humiliating experience she's ever had. >> i said i obviously have cancer and i'm going through chemotherapy. >> reporter: she had to beg scarf. >> i said the picture won't months. she said i'm making an accommodation for you.
i'm letting you wear the scarf. >> usually if my mom starts to cry, i'll start to cry. it was weird that day, i started to get mad. >> reporter: the organization says it's a requirement, that drivers license pictures must be refreshed every eight years. >> castles on a cloud. >> reporter: jodry is a home schooler so her daughter can make it to auditions. >> i have a little girl, so defeat is not an option. >> reporter: she is a single mom. the dmv is reaching out to joanne personally. a kids costume, two bags, candy, and decorations will
set the average american back $150 this year, the biggest cost comes from pullkins. >> it's not enough to buy a bag of candy and answer the door. it's become a much bigger deal. >> record rainfall this summer hitting key crops means higher prices for pumpkins, there is also major concerns that canned pumpkin will be in short supply for the season. in boston, a man is stabbed multiple times. this is the scene right now, happening near park street station and the boston common. that call came in around 3:30. this man has multiple stab wounds. we have a crew on the scene. susan tran is tweeting out this is a very bloody scene, and while the man was down and bleeding, a woman continued to kick him, so a lot of details coming out. we'll have them all for you
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reunited with their dog that went missing months ago. >> and went missing in mississippi. you're looking at one happy dog, and happy dog owners, too. >> it's crazy. >> unbelievable. >> reporter: chip is a 4-year-old pug who left his home in texas last thanksgiving and somehow ended up 650 miles away in mississippi. >> we've had a few dogs missing for weeks, but this dog has been gone for almost a year, it's really -- and then the distance. it's just incredible. >> reporter: and this little dog was incredibly lucky that he was found by a good samaritan of a local hospital, and taken to a veterinarian where it was discovered chip had a microchip.
called, and the lady was so happy. >> reporter: that lady, joni and her son mack, drove all the way from texas to pick up their long lost pooch, and they couldn't have been happier to have him back. >> wonderful. i want to cry. it's so good. >> oh, it's great. he's part of the family. >> i don't know how the little guy got here, but just glad he's going back home. >> reporter: doctors say chips was given a checkup while he was at the hospital, and he's in good health. a heart warming reunion: a man breaks formation as his daughter welcomes him home. >> i could watch that on loop. we have to get through showers. we'll go through the time line next. and a strange turn of events for a hero who took out a terrorist on a train. and a investigation into a massive fire in quincy, as a row of boats goes up in
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>> getting a whole bunch of likes on-line, and you'll like it, too. a little girl can't wait to see her dad and just runs over there to give him a big hug. this happened in colorado. when she hugged dad, she ran back to mom. he had been gone nine months. he said he just had to break formation to her hug back. i don't think he could get in trouble for that. laughing. emotion.
>> the homecoming stories, i watch them over and over. bri, let's talk about the weather. a decent day. >> ryan, maybe you were noticing or wondering what it's like to be normal. we were really close to it today. 64 is the normal high for this time of year. fall is definitely with us. we've broken out the sweaters and the jackets. only nine days until the head of the charles, 23 days until halloween, and 24 days until we have to bring the clocks back, fall back, and watch what happens? tomorrow the sunrise at 6:50, sunset, 6:13. we can deal with that. but november 1st, we see the sun rise just after 6:00, we're okay with that, but then the sun starts to go down in the 4:00 hour. so we'll have to savor the next few weeks. temperature into the 50s along the coastline.
a light wind off the cool ocean waters bringing temperatures down for the evening. but we had lots of sunshine today. high pressure has been in control, keeps the clouds from forming. but this will change things up as we get into tomorrow. clouds start to move in as we move overnight into the early hours of tomorrow morning. still, without the clouds, the temperatures will have time to crash overnight tonight. i'm still thinking a cool night, not necessarily mild. we stay dry until the afternoon hours, but that's when the showers start to push it. scattered showers. there will be dry moments. it doesn't like like a washout. from 2:00 in the afternoon until 9:00 at night, we will see scattered showers, even thunderstorms. it doesn't look likely; we just can't rule it out. if we see thunderstorms pop in there, there is a possibility of some
a third of an inch, but i'm really thinking .3 for most locations with this location tomorrow. it's really not a rain event. friday showers, cooler after the cold front makes its way through, then a fantastic holiday weekend. 46 to 54. tomorrow night be breezy for us. temperatures are still fairly mild, 66 to 71, with clouds hanging around. how about the weekend? maybe getting away, doing some leaf peeping. you won't see the peak colors on cape cod, but it's getting nice. temperatures closer to 70 as we get to columbus day. upper 50s for saturday, following that cold front. a look at the on 7 forecast, 60s and 70s, and there
>> thanks, bri. let's check in with joe stapleton. >> looking at the mass pike, westbound toward exit 17, about a 46-minute ride leaving the downtown boston area. we have more brakelights toward natick as well. we are tied up, stays slow by the fair. around route 97 of offramp. route 1, the tobin bridge, moving well. but this is northbound, moving away from the camera. southbound coming toward the camera is headed toward braintree.
i'm joe stapleton, 7news. two michigan teams are now on the same team. >> a quarterback turned a football game into a fundraiser, raising the spirits of a rival. blake has goals: >> to win the conference championship. and go far in the playoff. >> reporter: another goal: raising money for a fellow players. >> it was awesome to see the response. i was guessing a couple hundred dollars. when i saw that we raised $923, that was awesome. >> reporter: logan turner plays for a rival school was diagnosed with leukemia in the spring. when they played, the rivalry didn't matter. money. >> i wasn't expecting them to do something like this. >> i received over a half million dollars' worth of bills for logan, and they're
we have a lot of money going out. just the generosity from the community, outside just truly tuchdz -- touches my heart and my family. >> reporter: the coach is glad the team is learning about giving back to the community that supports them. >> it's overwhelming what they do. >> reporter: blake is just happy to help. >> it's a disease that nobody should have to go through, and at the end of the day, he's still sick, and it's just something to brighten his spirits and help any way we can. >> reporter: turner is feeling much better and is about to get tested to see if the treatment has worked. logan has set up a way to receive donations for the family. coming up, chemotherapy.
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in the reboot of the power rangers, it will come out in 2017. naomi scott will be the new pink ranger. the news at 5:00 starts right now. raging flames in a destroyed. >> we lost everything. >> tonight, investigators are searching for a cause. developing news out of washington: an election on hold. the stunning announcement ahead of today's vote for next speaker of the house. also tonight, a serious violation by a potential juror in the murder of a contempt. cheating death again. another american hero who stops a terror attack on a
train overseas gets stabbed in california. what police say led to the attack. a two-day run of nearly 70 degrees, now falling back to normal over the next few days. the season opener just hours away, the team looking to start without one of its stars. 7news at 5:00 starts now. a major crime scene in boston, police investigating a stabbing right near the park street station. the victim was kicked several times after he was attacked. >> then the people responsible just ran away. susan tran is there with breaking details. >> reporter: you can still see the very active scene right here by the park station. that area right, there a large pool of blood is where that man was lying, where witnesses say they saw a woman actually kick him while he was bleeding on the ground. there's a lot of evidence being collected, and quite a bloody scene here at the park street station. right next door to it, as you can see, as police were