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>> jadiann: breaking news at noon. a scary scene at a car auction in framingham. fast car crashed, injuring several people there. >> christa: kelli o'hara is live right now at the scene in framingham with breaking details. kelli? >> reporter: yeah. good afternoon. a half a dozen people rushed to the hospital in framingham after a horrific car accident at this auction house. look at this video we got from inside earlier. this is moments after the chaos broke out. eyewitnesses tell us that around 10:00 this morning,
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there was a car auction going on and someone driving a bmw s.u.v. lost control of that car. someone possibly having a medical issue. that individual ended up jerking the car forward, hitting another car, then backing up and hitting cinder block walls that collapsed on a large group of people. eyewitnesses said it was chaos and an absolutely horrific scene. take a listen. >> well, first, i thought it was gunshots. because i heard three pops. and it sounded like a bomb, i guess, when the car hit the wall. everybody was running at that point. i think the guy just had a stroke or something and floored it and ran over some people. >> the guy i was standing with left in an ambulance. i was two feet away from my friend. he left in an ambulance. >> reporter: again, a horrific scene here in framingham this morning. after half a dozen people are
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auction house loses control. we will be working this story all day long and bring you the very latest on-line and of course, right here on 7 news. kelli o'hara, 7 news. >> jadiann: a man due in court this afternoon on murder for hire charges. joseph burke of evident was arrested just this morning. jonathan hall joins us live now on the phone. jonathan, what can you tell us? >> reporter: we are at the scene here right now. the f.b.i. is here on lexington street. they have evidence teams. they are here to arrest the man named joseph burke. in his early 50's. agents say he and his girlfriend cooperated in a murder for hire scheme. burke allegedly agreed to travel to new york city to murder someone there. here is the pictures from a few minutes ago. again, there was still an active scene then. we see a man in handcuffs on the street. it is unclear at this time if the man is the target of this
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in a 21-page document filed in federal court, an f.b.i. agent writes about these allegations. burke allegedly said this is just another business deal for me. burke has a long rap sheet. he was convicted in federal court of robbery charges in 1998 and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute five years later. he allegedly told an informant he was desperate for cash. he said "i will do that all day long for a price. all day long." he is scheduled to appear before a federal magistrate at 2:30 in worcester. >> christa: more breaking news to pass along right now. a carbon monoxide leak has closed a school in west newton. no classes today at abu farraj al-libbi lynn elementary on derby street.
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>> jadiann: steve cooper is live for us in west newton with the latest. >> reporter: right. tense moments here this morning. two people were taken to the hospital. they are both listed in stable condition right now here at the franklin elementary school. the area is now deemed safe by fire officials. they say this is all to blame on a malfunctioning boiler that led to a carbon monoxide leak here. this afternoon, a custodian and contractor remain hospitalized. >> the caron monoxide alarms were going off. a couple of people were trapped in the building. >> reporter: danger brewing in newton this morning. for classes. >> very dangerous. a matter of minutes, you are going down. >> reporter: two male victims, a custodian and private contractor were taken to mass. general hospital. poisoning. they were working on a boiler building. out. the other one made it out on his own. our crew had to carry the >> reporter: officials say
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the levels were off the charts. a normal reading is zero to eight parts per million. what firefighters found in the basement was levels over a thousand parts per million. >> it was over a thousand in the basement. our meters only go up to a thousand. >> reporter: colleen walsh hanging out with friends after her family received a reverse 911 call. kids with an early start for the long holiday weekend with classes canceled. >> my dad told me there was no school really. >> reporter: are you happy or sad? >> happy and sad. >> reporter: parents are thankful that no one else was hurt here. and those two hospitalized victims are doing better. >> thankfully, they are okay. i heard they are okay. someone tweeted out they are okay. that is what matters. >> reporter: all right. the building inspector and the contractor still on the scene right now. they are trying to find out why this boiler malfunctioned in the first place. meanwhile, officials tell us the school will resume on tuesday here after the long
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afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: jury selection continues today for a teen on trial, charged with killing his teacher at danvers high school. today judge appointed a legal guardian for philip chism because his mother right now is in the hospital. also, a new pool of more than a hundred potential jurors will be brought in. yesterday, one potential juror was threatened with contempt of court for talking about the trial with other jurors. more than ten jurors have been selected so far. a story out of brockton. police have arrested a 24-year-old man. the brockton enterprise says the arrest comes after a pregnant woman called 911 and told police she was shot in the back by her boyfriend. she was then taken by ambulance to boston medical center. >> jadiann: officers in boston searching for a man and woman. believed to have been involved in a stabbing at the
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fast man was stabbed several times, investigators say, before a woman started kicking him. witnesses say the three people were yelling at each other before things turned violent. two women suing uber. the ride-sharing app coming under fire after the women say they were sexually assaulted by drivers. jennifer eagan reports on that lawsuit. >> reporter: the lawsuit against uber claims the company markets itself as the safest option on the road after a night out. targeting young women in, in particular. the two women suing the ride-sharing service say that is misleading. both say they were sexually assaulted by their drivers. one of the women is from boston. her driver was charged after allegedly attacking her last february. the lawsuit calls for an overhaul of uber's safety measures. including adding 24-7 customer support centers in all cities it operates in. disabling the child lock feature on passenger doors, giving customers the option of
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and installing tamper-proof cameras in all cars. >> it's important that we put a framework in place to manage this very popular and very successful service for people. >> reporter: governor charlie baker has pushed for legislation that would create more regulations for uber and other ride-sharing companies. >> i have said all along i think there should be a state-wide framework for this. with background checks and insurance coverage and markings on the car. so you know it is a livery vehicle. >> reporter: the two women are suing for unspecified damages. in boston, jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> jadiann: 7 news now turning to the weather. that is live look outside at the skyline. j.r., tracking a couple of spotty showers. not going ruin the holiday weekend. right? >> jeremy: that is correct. yeah. this is a fast-moving weather system. it spends a few hours with us. and then it is out of here. most of the rain-drops this
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morning have been focused across new hampshire. that will continue to be the case, i think, as we start the afternoon. so metro-boston, we are dry to eventually, though, it is going to catch up with us. here is where we have the shower activity now back toward albany. this portion of the weather system sweeps across the bay state during the afternoon. probably into metro-west. about 3:00, 4:00. it may hold off until after 4:00 in the city of boston. until then, it's about the windy conditions. look at the winds gusting right now between 25-35 miles per hour. we will have on-and-off showers. mainly mid to late afternoon. then everything sweeps out of here mid evening. setting the stage for a delightful holiday weekend. we will talk more about that in a few minutes. >> christa: more breaking news right now. one person is dead after another shooting on a college campus. >> jadiann: this happened at northern arizona university. nancy is at the breaking news desk. >> reporter: police have a man in custody right now as a result of the shooting. they say that suspect is an 18-year-old freshman at the university.
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one person is dead. three others were hurt during morning. it was around 1:20 local time at northern arizona university in flagstaff. two hours of phoenix. authorities say the shooting happened in a parking lot outside a dormitory on campus. afterwards, the police chief called it an incident between two students. the suspect surrendered when confronted by police. >> he stopped his action with his handgun. and everything calmed down for a few minutes. as our officer arrived, he was able to take him into custody without further trouble. >> reporter: the campus is not on lockdown right now. classes are going on as scheduled. police do not have a motive yet for the shooting. nancy chen, 7 news. >> jadiann: all right. coming up, the bruins begin the regular season at td garden. but could they beat the jets?
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he needed a little help there. >> jadiann: a new goal for having m.b.t.a. buses and trains run on time 0% of the time. ... 90% of the time. >> coming up, when a store forklift trashed his truck. . >> it just backed right into me at full-speed. >> see how he solved his truck
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>> jadiann: we are following breaking news right now. a man due in court this afternoon on murder for hire charges. arrested just this morning. 's jonathan hall joins us live on the phone with more. jonathan? >> reporter: well, good afternoon. this guy has a long rap sheet. according to the f.b.i. and lexington is... lexington street is crowded with f.b.i. agents. the man is due in court at 2:30 in worcester. he will face murder for hire
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charges. f allegedly, he said that he would travel to new york to kill another man and got into quite a bit of detail about exactly how he would do it. there is plenty of evidence in this case, according to the bureau and the u.s. attorney's office. earlier, our cameras did pick up on a man that was handcuffed on the street. since then, we have seen him released. he got into a car and drove away. he is not the target of the investigation. clearly, inturk already in custody. that man was held for some reason for a time and then let go. burke, again, will be in worcester court facing a magistrate for initial appearance at 2:30. the only reason it is worcester is because the magistrate is sitting there today and not in boston. he is the one that will handle this case. i'm jonathan hall, 7 news. >> jeremy: good afternoon. a lot of clouds in metro-boston. a couple of isolated showers in the merrimack valley. new hampshire seacoast,
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southern new hampshire. out toward the monadnock region. we take a closer look here. again, you notice the diemer greens and yellows. those are some heavier showers. eventually, this weather system is going to drop across massachusetts. you notice here that the back edge is way out here through central new york state. for the city of boston, it's more likely to get tagged by this than that out there. we will get tagged with some showers. there might be a couple of downpours late this afternoon and this evening. doppler radar indicating about 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., there will be a narrow line of showers and downpours. of thunder. it is moving quick. that is 8:00 this evening. already pressing through the south coast and out on the cape and the islands. then by 10:00 tonight, it all winds down. until then, windy, warm. clouds and moisture in the air. warmth and humidity out there. 70.
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boston, 69. bedford at 67. through the afternoon, cloudy skies. a few afternoon showers. again, more numerous after 4:00 p.m. versus before 4:00 p.m. high school football games this evening, there will be a scattering of some showers and perhaps even a few downpours. and even a rumble of thunder for the football games. nothing widespread. in materials of the thunderstorms. rain. most towns, a third of an inch of rain or less. for tonight, a few showers early this evening. then dry after 9:00 p.m. lows down into the 40's. your holiday weekend offers a lot of sunshine tomorrow. it will be windy tomorrow morning. we will get rid of the wind in the afternoon. it is a cool, crisp day. much like october should be. upper 50's to around 60. sunday, a cold morning. down in the 30's to around 40. developing sunshine on sunday during the day. turning warm as well by the afternoon hours. near 70. monday, columbus day, mostly sunny skies. temperatures on monday in the mid-70's. mountains and lakes region for the weekend, again, cold
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sunday morning. this weekend. year. in the usual spots. but still, if you are thinking about heading north and west this weekend, keep with those plans. it won't be quite as much color as you are used to seeing for columbus day weekend. but still a lot of color in the berkshires as well. columbus day, mostly sunny skies. low to mid-70's. tuesday, a lot of clouds. a few showers. >> christa: the bruins season opener turning out to be a giant disappointment. boston had jumped out to a 1-0 lead last night over the jets. but winnipeg scored three goals in the second period. three in the third. wheeler scoring against his old team. the b's lose 6-2. they host montreal coming up tomorrow night. >> jadiann: still ahead, a new hampshire man driven mad after a parking lot crash. fast major company playing
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>> jadiann: pick-up problems in more than one way for a new hampshire man. after a trip to home depot, he says the store's forklift it wasn't pretty. it left it dented and damaged. >> christa: home depot told him to file a claim. he ran into a road block, you
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company. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a quick trip to home depot. >> i just finished making a purchase. i was coming home to use the material. >> reporter: wayne went to the store. all of a sudden. out of nowhere, wayne says a home depot forklift slammed into the side of his pick-up truck. >> they knocked me over. when i came back, caved that in. >> reporter: the store's manager apologized and gave him the contact information for home depot's insurance company. wayne filed a claim. >> got the estimate. sent it off. they didn't like the estimate. they wanted their own appraiser. >> reporter: that is when the wayne went back and forth with the insurance for month. on the amount of money it would take to fix his truck and get a rental. but there was also another issue. the language in this paper they wanted him to sign. >> very legal and wining contract that says once i have
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will pay nothing else. >> reporter: the body shop told wayne the estimate was based on a visual inspection of the damage. but the total could go up. not wanting to pay out of his own pocket, wayne refused to sign the form unless the insurance company agreed in writing to pay for any additional damage. if they hit your truck, you want them to fix it. >> yes. simple. easy. take care of the damage. i'm not looking to make money. i just want my truck fixed. >> reporter: wayne called solve it 7. we reached out to home depot directly. and the representative told case. a few days later, wayne received a phone call from the insurance company. >> i couldn't believe how much the communication channel opened up after you gave team that call. >> reporter: a few weeks later, he got this check for more than $5,000. home depot sent us this statement. "we are very sorry for the delay and convenience... inconvenience you experienced with our claims process. we appreciate the opportunity
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to step in and resolve this matter." wayne is just happy that this year-long ordeal is finally over. >> there is always somebody that can gave hand somehow. solve it 7 does a great job. >> reporter: well, we always try our best. insurance issues or other pesky problems? give us a call. or send us an e-mail. solve it 7 at whdh.com. in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: up next, adding a unique floral flavor to a
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it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or
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less per serving do what we do...make it progresso. >> jadiann: we are serving up
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sunflowers with a delicious cut of beef. bri eggers shows us how to make this sunflower steak in today's what's cooking. >> reporter: it may be time for fall foliage. according to scott jones, it is not too late to put those sunflowers in your garden to good use. his pick to brighten up your dinner, grilled beef with sunflower hazelnut and truffle salad. >> the nuttiness of the dish. truffles are delicious. >> reporter: rub the beef with salt, pepper, and olive oil. >> this gives you better sere on the outside of the beef. really hot grill. >> reporter: grill until beef reaches your preferred temperature. >> you see the juices coming out. that is a good indication that it's done. >> reporter: let the beef rest for 6-10 minutes. >> pull back in the juices that way. >> reporter: now it is time to
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>> these are straight out of the farmer, out of the garden. >> reporter: remove the green leaves and stems. use a peeler to remove any remaining greens. >> we are cleaning up the sun flower to that part. we will put it into a pot. >> reporter: then cook it in olive oil and white wine. >> on to the stove. that will bring it up to a low simmer and let it cook for about 20 minutes. we want to get a little carmelization on the sunflowers. >> reporter: chopped hazelnuts and chopped truffles, mixing it all together . chef jones starts with the sunflower-hazelnut mixture and chops it with sunflower petals and greens. >> we look forward to hosting you.
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7 news. >> that is amazing to me. i wouldn't have thought of that. neat. >> jadiann: makes me want to try it. >> christa: jeremy reiner wants a recipe for crab grass in his yard. >> jadiann: we will see. creak breaking news out of framingham. several people were hurt at a car auction. we have the latest on exactly what happened. >> jadiann: also breaking: a deadly shooting on a college dam pus in arizona. one person killed.
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>> jadiann: several people hurt in a car crash at an auto auction in framingham. rescue crews raced to the scene after this shocking accident. >> christa: kelli o'hara is in >> reporter: yeah, good afternoon. it is described as confusion, then chaos, and sheer panic after at least half a dozen people were injured when a car lost control inside of the car auction earlier. it is a real horrific accident, as you can see. people kind of rushing over, trying to help some people that were pinned beneath a car. eyewitnesses tell 7 news that what ended up happening, a man was driving a bmw s.u.v. that was about to be auctioned off. he somehow lost control. some people suggested that he had some sort of medical issue. like he had a heart attack. he lost control of the car, ended up jerking forward. he hit a subaru in front of him. then he backed up and hit a cinder block wall which collapsed and injured at least a half a dozen people there.
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eyewitnesses tell us the scene was completely chaotic. take a listen. >> well, first i thought there was gunshots. because i heard three pops. it sounded like a bomb, i guess, when the car hit the wall. everybody was running at that point. so i think the guy just had a stroke or something. and floored it, ran over some people. >> the guy i was standing with left in the ambulance. i was two feet away from my friend. he left in an ambulance. >> reporter: that man hopes his friend is okay. a half a dozen people were injured here this morning. we will be working this story all day long. stay with us. of course, on-line and right here on 7 news starting at 4:00. kelli o'hara, 7 news. >> jadiann: a man due in court this afternoon on murder for hire charges. joseph burke of everett was arrested just this morning. now agents are raiding his
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home. jonathan hall joins us live on the phone. jonathan, what have you learned? >> reporter: well, the agents are inside right now looking for computer equipment and other evidence they might be able to use. they raided a two-family here morning. their target. a man named joe sufficient burke. believed to be in his early 50's. he and his girlfriend cooperated in a murder for hire scheme to make money. burke agreed to travel to new york. burke went into great detail about how he would shoot the targetel is times in the head. he is due in court this afternoon in worcester. to face the magistrate at 2:30. he does have a long rap.
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robbery in 199. now. a carbon monoxide leak has closed the school in west newton for the day. no classes today on derby street. >> jadiann: we are learning new information about what's going on there. steve cooper reports the very latest. >> reporter: the carbon monoxide alarms were going off and a couple of people were trapped in the building. >> reporter: danger brewing inside the elementary school in newton this morning. 90 minutes before kids arrive for classes. >> very dangerous. a matter of minutes, you are going down. >> reporter: fire officials say two male victims, a contractor were taken to mass. general hospital. f suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. while they were working on a boiler in the basement of the building. >> we had to pull one of them out. his own. forecast our crew had to carry him out.
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>> reporter: the levels were off the charts, officials say. a normal reading is zero to eight parts per million. what firefighters found in the basement was levels over a thousand f parts per million. >> over a thousand in the basement. ourb meters go up to a thousand. it maxed out our meters. >> reporter: colleen walsh hanging out with friends after her family received a reverse 911 call. kids with an early start for the long holiday weekend with classes canceled. >> my dad told me that there was no school really. >> reporter: you happy or sad in. >> happy and sad. >> reporter: a close call for sure. parents are thankful no one else was hurt here. and those two hospitalized victims are doing better. >> thankfully, they are okay. i heard they are okay. someone tweeted out they are okay: that's what matters. >> reporter: they are trying to figure out why that boiler malfunctioned in the first place. officials tell us they expect the elementary school to reopen on tuesday after the long holiday weekend. steve cooper, 7 news.
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search to find a sunken cargo ship el faro. the navy will use sonar technology and remotely operated vehicles to try and locate the vessel which disappeared during hurricane joaquin. 33 people, including 28 americans were onboard when the ship lost contact during hurricane joaquin last week. the ship's owner says the captains of both ships traded notes about the incoming weather. oxford. it appears the cause was accidental. flames quickly tore through the building on old wester
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it was f no one was inside at the time of the fire. take a look at. this one hundred pounds of marijuana. the police dog at logan airport found it. the drugs were stowed in a suitcase on a flight from california. the passenger who checked that bag will be in court today. >> christa: more breaking news. one person is dead after yet another shooting on a college campus. in this country. this one happening at northern arizona university. >> jadiann: nancy chen at the breaking news desk. >> reporter: police have a man in custody right now in the shooting. that suspect is an 18-year-old freshman at the university. as you mentioned, one person is dead. three others hurt. during shooting early this morning at northern arizona university in flagstaff. that is about two hours north of phoenix. authorities say the shooting happened in a parking lot outside a dormitory on campus. after what the police chief called an incident between two groups of students. the suspect surrendered when confronted by police, they say.
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and everything calmed down for a few minutes. as our officer arrived, he was able to take him into custody. without further trouble. >> reporter: officials say the campus is not on lockdown right now. classes are going on as scheduled. police do not have a motive yet for the shooting. nancy chen, 7 news. >> christa: now the campus massacre in oregon. president obama is set to visit the community college today. he will be meeting with families of the mass shooting victims. not everybody is excited about his visit. >> reporter: 7 days after emotions were raw, the wounds open and this desire for healing pronounced. roseburg still grappling with the fact that someone walked on to the college campus and opened fire. it devastated the county and the town of roseburg. >> reporter: casey was horrified by what he saw. from his home on the oregon co-, he was angered by what came next. president obama giving an impassioned speech after the
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and frustration, another public place had been victimized by gun violence. for supporters of gun rights, the president had just politicized an extremely tragic event. >> people, it's a heart issue. it is not a gun issue. >> reporter: friends have organized protests for when the president travels there. there will be two. and thousands are expected. >> he is not wanted out here to push his agenda. and using the families for that agenda is not just unacceptable. it is utterly despicable. >> reporter: it's been reported that president obama is weighing an executive order, essentially by pass...
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expanded background checks. >> christa: checking news across the country now: down south, they are bracing for more rain after they have seen so much there. >> jadiann: unbelievable. second round of major flooding. gabe gutierrez is in columbia with more. >> reporter: more than 11 trillion gallons of water this morning that, water is heading east. downstream towards the coast. and these 14 dams have breached throughout the state. officials are closely watching 70 others. >> the devastation is just
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>> reporter: south carolina's governor nikki haley is now warning that residents near coastal communities should voluntarily evacuate. >> i know this is your property and this is your home. this is your life. we want you to be conscious of the fact that we are trying to save it. report a new round of flooding could linger for up to 12 days. local emergency management officials have opened an emergency shelter, but they stress these are voluntary evacuations. and that they are limbed to mostly rural areas. meanwhile, more than 350 roads and bridges are still shut today, the clean-up effort continues here in columbia. and homeland security secretary jay johnson is set to tour the area. more rain is forecast for the weekend. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, columbia, south carolina. >> jadiann: still ahead, ann romney taking on a campaign of her own. how she is working to help
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others.
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>> jadiann: a raccoon somehow got its head stuck in a grate. workers tried to keep him as comfortable as possible while they held that grate up. trying to figure out what to dost. good news: the team was successful. there we go. made it out into the wild
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again. out into his comfort zone there. hopefully, not to repeat that same old mistake. >> christa: yeah. always interesting to see how they solve that problem. isn't it? a member of the royals ground crew doing okay after this park mishap. the man got trapped under the tap... tarp in game one last night. fortunately, he did manage to get out without being injured. down he goes. the astros, by the way, won the game 5-2. dangers on the job there. >> jadiann: now he is popular on twitter. they are calling him tarp guy. tarp guy is single. there you go. better luck in game two. for the royals as well. clouds around metro-boston at this time. mean and angry. no rain yet out of the clouds. back to the monadnock region and into the berkshires, we are seeing some showers. heavier downpours. the shadings of yellow indicating heavier downpours. they will stay up in that direction for the next couple of hours.
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for metro-boston, our rain is going to come from the berkshires, hudson river valley and west of there, the southern tier of new york. this weather system pivots through southern new england late this afternoon and early this evening. forecast now, it's a cool front moving through. it may generate a couple of heavy downpours. and i wouldn't be surprised if a few rumbles of thunder. i doent think this is an afternoon where we talk about severe weather. there may be a burst of steadier rainfall. unfortunately, the timing may tag some of you. during the evening commute and you notice by 8:30 tonight, the showers ending for the metro. you won't see showers show up until early this evening. windy out of the southwest. out ahead of the cool front. winds are gust gusting between 25-35 miles per hour. a warm day, though. somewhat humid as well. with the southerly wind. temps in the upper 60's. close to 70. boston, 69. worcester at 60 through the afternoon.
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again, a southwest wind, 15-30 miles per hour. pollen count in the moderate category. and mold spores running in the low category. tonight, a few showers this evening. this does dry out after 9:00 tonight. clearing skies after midnight. lows in the middle and upper 40's. your holiday weekend, a bunch of sunshine. looks graelt for outdoor activities. lots of sunshine tomorrow. there will be wind in the morning hours. that will fade away for the afternoon. a cool crisp day tomorrow. nice recovery by sunday afternoon. near 70. a mix of clouds and sunshine. monday, columbus day, mostly sunny skies. temps will reach the mid-70's. topsfield fair, again, a couple of showers late this afternoon and this evening. for the weekend, mostly sunny skies tomorrow. that wind will fade away during the afternoon. near 60. sunday will feature lots of sunshine. some clouds in the afternoon. near 70 degrees.
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sunday. sunday a mix of clouds and sunshine. chilly sunday morning. those numbers come up into the upper 60's in the afternoon. the forecast, mostly sunny skies on columbus day. mid-70's. foliage coming on strong. back through the berkshires. and out to the monadnock region. and mt. washington. not quite peaking. it is running a little late this year. still a lot of color to be had. on the highway v. fun. >> christa: ann romney is taking on a new campaign to help others. >> jadiann: a new rihanna album is on the way. she says this is her favorite
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>> jadiann: former massachusetts first lady ann romney glad he is the off is campaign trail. >> christa: she is taking on a new campaign.
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she is using her experience to help others. >> my sweetheart ann romney. >> christa: she was a constant presence on the presidential campaign trail with her husband in 2012. right now ann romney, the former first lady of massachusetts, watches the 2016 race from a distance. >> i don't miss it. i sympathize, actually, with everyone that is going through it. it is really tough. it's wonderful and terrible at the same time. and the wonderful part is that this country is worth it. in this situation that we are in right now, the political situation, the respectful dialogue has stopped. >> christa: romney is on a new campaign to find a cure for neurological diseases. through a partnership with brigham & women's. her own struggle with multiple sclerosis details... detailed in a book titled "in this together." a direct quote from her
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they are diagnosis in 1998. >> we were crying. and he said "i don't care. it's not fatal. we are in this together. i don't care how bad it gets." >> christa: after 46 years of marriage, she still gets love notes from her husband. this one posted on twitter recently. >> how often does he leave you those love notes? >> all the time. all the time. i love it. all the time. if he leaves early, i always have a note. "i love ann" note. >> reporter: do you write him notes? >> i'm embarrassed to say that he is the one that is really so romantic. >> christa: romney is excited about these partnerships with drug companies and brigham & women's, setting a new treatment for als. >> jadiann: up next, big news on a slew of sequels. a release date for major disney movies including the second installment of the incredibles coming up in the
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buzz. >> jeremy: nice. all in on that one. a lot of clouds, showers, and
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>> jadiann: several disney sequels get their release dates. >> christa: toy story iv will be delayed for a year. the movie's new release date is now slated for june 15 of 2018. >> there was a snake in my boot.
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>> jadiann: incredibles ii has announced a release date as well. it is expected to hit theaters in 2019. >> christa: lightning mcqueen will be back for cars iii. >> jadiann: marvel talking about an ant-man sequel. ant-man and the wasp will fly on to the big screen in the summer of 2018. >> christa: the rock and roll hall of fame naming its 2016 contenders. the nominees are janet jackson. steve miller and the cars. nwa in the running again for a second year in a row. winners will be announced coming up in december. >> jadiann: a new rihanna album coming soon. artwork was released at a private viewing.
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eyes covered with a crown. no release date has been set yet. anticipation is now building. with the debut of the artwork. >> christa: okay. we are anticipating nice weather for the long holiday weekend. what do you think? >> jeremy: we have to go through a little weather system. we look over here. the showers in the connecticut river valley. they are moving east. they will arrive first on the merrimack. shore until very late this afternoon and this evening. chilly tomorrow. then i think we have reached the low to mid-70's by columbus day. >> christa: have a great long weekend if you have it off. are you still waiting to change your bath tub? not any more. it changed everything! only bath fitter
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