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for a series of attacks in and around paris . >> anchor: this more, the death toll isizing more than 1 people believed to be dead, hundreds of others injured . >> anchor: france's president vow a merciless response as it declares three days of mourning . >> anchor: security in boston is being stepped up in the wake of the terror attacks the where you will see an added police presence today. >> anchor: good morning. it is 9:00' kris anderson alongside jennifer egan this morning. we're staying of course on top of the breaking news out of paris. hollande speaking to the nation saying the islamic state is attacks >> anchor: just into the newsroom, we've learned a syrian passport was found on one of the suicide bombers. all of the at the or its believed to be dead but this morning investigators are trying to figure out if there are still polices at large. there were six coordinated
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people. injured. the government is working with french authorities to identify the victims and live pictures now about 3:00 in the afternoon in paris and there is still a heavy military and police presence on the streets there. the president vowing to combat these terrorists by all means anywhere inside or outside of the country. several other countries are offering support. we have team coverage of the terror in paris this morning and we begin with 7's nicole oliverio. nicole? the stepped up security we can tell you right now the eiffel tower remains closed until further notice. as you mentioned, there were many people injured. we're being told about 300 and nearly 100 of those are considered critical. a night of terror in paris. gunmen in and suicide bombers coordinate adtax in six different locations late friday including a coner is hall,
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127 people confirmed dead. mote of them were inside the bat bata clan where concert goers were being held hostage before . a huge panic and the terrorists, sorry, shot at us for like ten to 15 minutes. it was like, it was a blood bath. >> anchor: survivors say the hall was packed. french police stormed in and rescued dozens. this man says he was only safe because he was upstairs. the policemen were telling us how to go and there was especially on the ground-floor a lot of dead bodies and blood . >> anchor: at the same time miles away terrorists hit other locations. there was a shootout at a restaurant where at least 11 people died . there were huge explosions, sounded like fireworks and then we all hit the floor immediately immediately. i lay on the floor and grabbed
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was holding her hand and i asked if she was okay. i looked up and realized shy was shot in the chest and was dying . >> anchor: then there were ex exlotions near a soccer stadium. the blast could be heard during the match. four people died in those attacks. france's president was at the game and rushed away. fans inside the stadium kept on lock down. on the streets, hard ache and chaos. emergency workers carrying the injured. police armed, ready for possibly more gunfire. this morning, isis claimed responsibility for the attack of the 8 attackers all dead, 7 blew themselves up. french police say they found a syrian passport on one of the suicide bombers. france's president called the attacks an act of war. right now there isn't an investigation into any possible polices and new reports now that they have identified one of the attackers at the concert hall them say he was french and known to police.
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live in the news loop, nicole oliverio, 7 news today in new england . >> anchor: the deadliest assault took place at a sold out concert. people tried to escape byuping out windows and flooding out back doors. survivors say a gunman calmly told everyone to lie down where they kept shooting. the siege ended when police launched an assault on the build build. tim caputo has more. >> reporter: it was a sole out show. hundreds of people packed inside coner is hall when attackers went inside they first started shooting randomly then executed hostages one by one. those who went to the show at the popular can certificate hall say it was packed inside, maybe 1,000 people there to see the california rock band eagle of death metal. this is a picture of the stage before the attack. wases say near the end of the show two gunmen entered by the back of the theater . the band was laying for almost an hour and suddenly we heard gun shots coming from behind us . >> anchor: julian pierce, at the show, was standing near the
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stage of he said the man opened fire on the huge crowd . they were holding assault rifles, ak 47. i'm sure about it. they were firing randomly into the crowd . >> anchor: a brother one of the band members say the group immediately stopped playing. it was a flash so they saw, heard first, saw second and immediately, you know, bolted . >> anchor: he said most people got down on the floor but the terrorist stood at the back of the concert hall and just kept . we're not moving actually. they were just standing at the back of the scene, the back of the crowd and they were just shooting on the floor because everybody was on the floor. >> anchor: pierce said he wanted until the gunman reloaded and ran until he found a way . it's when i found an exit
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girl who was shot twice in the leg. she was bleeding very badly and i go grabbed her and i put her on my back and we ran . >> anchor: those who didn't make it out were either killed or held hostage by the gunmen. police say the attackers searched the theater for anyone hiding and executed hostages one by one. when police stormed the concert hall attackers blew themselves up with suicide vests. police say at least 100 people died inside that concert hall. the concert hall is less than half a mile from a charlie when do magazine office back in january of this here two brothers linked to al-kaeda storm the office and killed 12 people. in the newsroom, tim can out oh, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: the attacks began with three suicide bombings outside of the national stadium during a soccer match. france was actually playing germany at the time in that soccer match. did you hear that?
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the bomb blast, you can hear it audably at the stadium. chaos ensued with people trying to rush to safety. on. 7's dan hausle joins or or has more rather with what happened inside of the stadium. right there in the crowd was the president of france. he and the crowd hearing firsthand the blast that were part of this multi pronged attack. fans running in a panic leaving a stadium that was rocked by a terror explosion. earlier the stadium was packed with fans waving a soccer match between france and germany when a blast could be heard coming from outside the venue. so loud, it could be heard inside over the noise of the crowd. the game went on, people and players not realizing what police soon confirmed that at least one explosion took place at a restaurant near the stadium stadium. a local official saying at least three people were dead at that scene. inside the game went on, but french president hollande and germany's foreign minister
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looking on were evacuated. the french president rush to an emergency meeting with french firms. soon after, the president spoke to his nation . what the terrorists want is to make us afraid to seize us with fear and it is something to be afraid of, but faced with this fear there is a nation that defends itself and mobilizes itself in which ones again will be able to overcome the terrorists . >> anchor: back at the stayed stayedall, fans were in lock down event we'll valk witted section by section. finances waiting on the field for their urn to leave calling on their cell phones to find out what was going on. many were confused and uncertain huddling together. finally allowed to leave, fans rushed for the exits. >> anchor: while many fans were leaving the stadium they learned what was happening all around the french capitol and some in the crowd broke into song singing the french national an them.
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news today in new england. >> anchor: well, some of the fans left the stadium in a bit less of a panic of they banded together sinning again as dan mentioned the french national anthem. the crowd leaving the building there. it is a packed hallway. the people slowly making their way out after what happened inside. become here locally state police say they are increasing security around the statehouse following the deadly attacks in paris. you see a state police vehicle there in front the statehouse. they are also monitoring intelligence at logan airport and directing state troopers to be on the lookout for any suspicious activity within their patrol areas. security also is tight as you can imagine at the french consulate here where people have been stopping by as well to leave flowers . >> anchor: that's where we find victoria warren. she has more on the precautions being taken across the city. victoria?
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they have had a non-stop police presence out here and there have been plenty of people stopping by. you can see a small memorial out here where folks have dropped flowers and handwritten notes. french people living in boston, they have been coming here, but also leapty of people with no personal connection to france but they feel like this was an attack on all of us. white roses lay in front of the building that houses the french consulate in boston placed there by these two women both from france, both distraught over these terror attacks . sadness and worried about like our families and friends, but also like all the people in paris . it's kind of difficult to be far from your home country when this kind of event happens. you don't know the reality is . >> reporter: boston showing solidarity with the french. buttings lighting you blue, red and white with the french flag. there is also increased security
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as of you're own. state troopers protecting the statehouse and garden even though there is no direct threat threat. when detail unfolded it was difficult to reach loved ones . i feel better since i know that my family is okay and my friends too but it's kind of scary to know that what can . >> reporter: this man with a simple homemade sign saying we are all france, a grateful u.s.a. remembers. after 9/11 the french reached out to us. we are all americans. some of us still remember the good will. will.. >> reporter: as people wake up this morning this medical or outside of the french consulate is likely to grow. there are also plans in the works. they are trying to organize some type of a vigil in the city of boston. they are hoping that could take place tomorrow. they are still working out all of those details. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7 news today in new england.
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these are the front pays of newspapers in france this morning. this time it's war read the front page of one. war in the middle of paris echoed another. these papers show how the french media reported on what appears to be the worst attack on that ii.. >> reporter: this symbol may look familiar. symbol. this is peace for paris spreading on social media. people showing their sympathy for the victims of these brutal attacks. the black on white drawing replace the typical fork of the peace image with an outline of the eiffel tower which of course is the iconic french landmark . >> anchor: be sure to stay with 7 news for the latest on the terror in paris. we will be bringing you updates on-line, on air and on your smart phone mobile app . much more of course on those attacks in paris as we continue. 7 news today in new england this morning . >> anchor: we're also going to get up up dated on some of the day's other news and we'll have a check of the forecast. we have much colder air in place
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working with french authorities to identify the victims. the majority of the victims were inside of a packed concert hall where a rock band from california was performing when the gunmen opened fire. a man from france has been identified as one of the gunmen here. people inside begged police to raid the venue and stop the carnage. fran's president declared three days of national mourning. >> reporter: sun and clouds and a gusty wind on this saturday morning. cooler pattern of raw but a dry weekend ahead of us. in fact we are going to be dry until late next week thinking late thursday, thursday night and friday the next best chance of seeing some widespread rain. 47 in boston, wind out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. that's the sustained wind. we have gusts higher than that with occasionally seeing gusts upwards of 30 miles per hour. so it is one of those windy days hold on to your hat type days out there. 47 in norwood as well. 40 in worcester. these numbers even though it's 9:00 in the morning will not
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move all that much throughout the day. think we're pretty much flat lining here middle to upper 40's throughout the day. here is some of the wind guts, 36 miles per hour in bedford, 35 worcester, 22 in boston. that will continue to be the case as we go through much of the day. as you can see late this afternoon winds gusting about 25 to 30 miles per hour. at its peak could even be a few towns that close in on 40 mile-per-hour gusts. tomorrow still a bid of a breeze out of the southwest. morning hours. i don't expect the winds to be will be today. what's going on across southern new england. not a whole lot. you know, occasionally we've seen a brief sprinkle or snow shower trying to drift through southern new hampshire. boston. we had a few snow showers back through vermont and into the berkshires and even a little bit of accumulating snow across far northern new england. big low pressure area spinning its wheel to the north of us and being on the southern side of that we're really getting this westerly wind driven in here.
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40's in boston, but we're back that the 50's in the midwest already so this cool air doesn't last all this long in terms of temperatures holding into the 40's. in fat by tomorrow i eggs pent temperatures to be back up into the lower to middle 50's. so mid to upper 40's holding steady this afternoon and that wind will be gusty throughout the day. mainly clear skies tonight, not as windy. that wind subsiding through the evening hours upper 20's to near 30 in the cooler suburbs. 36 degrees in the city of boston boston. tomorrow pretty good. overall partly sunny, still a little bit of a breeze, just not as windy and with temperatures little bit warmer lower to middle 50's it won't feel quite as cool. pretty much dry weather here mobbed, tuesday and into wednesday. not a whole lot going on. monday the warm starts a bit cool out there on tuesday. it does look like we'll track some widespread rain in here late thursday into friday. some of that could be heavy thursday night into friday. >> anchor: chris, thanks for that update. still ahead we'll have the latest on a u.s. drone strike that may have killed the isis member jihadi john and reaction from the family of one of his victims.
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>> anchor: now to the latest on the terror in paris. french police say a syrian passport was found on the body one of the suicide bombers who targeted france's national soccer stadium. isis has claimed response the. at least 127 people were killed.
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americans are among the 300 others who are hospitalized this morning. all 8 of the attackers are believed to be dead but police are serving for accomplices. we are following some more news today . >> anchor: u.s. military officials remain confident now that thursday's drone strike in seer what killed the isis militant known as jihadi john. a u.s. drone struck the car that jihadi john whose real name is mohamed emwazi was driving in. officials believe that emwazi killed american journalist james foley in ought of 12013. foley's parent feel no relief, however of they express their regret that as much effort wasn't made to rescue their son and other hostages. give me a break. jihadi john is nothing. he is zip. absolutely zip . it's a somber i'm with the bombing in paris and bombing going on and continuing in syria syria. my fear is that this violence
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begets more violence. >> anchor: foley's mother says she and her husband choose to celebrate their son's life. foley grew up in new hampshire. >> anchor: also in rochester, new hampshire a mother in court in connection with the coverup of the death of her daughter. lynn rude went before a judge by video link of the prosecutors say she was partly to blame for the drug overdose debt of her 17 17-year-old child at the motel where they were living. her boyfriend, mark ross, also went before a judge. both facing s including endangering the welfare of a child. eve was found dead at a motel last month. police say ross gave her a dead deadly dose of the powerful pain killer nil because the teen was upset about not seeing her boyfriend . >> anchor: a judge will be hear hearing arguments net month on the boston marathon bombers request for a new trial. dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers say he did not get a fair trial in boston because of the wide spread outrage in the city. his conviction or was convicted and sentenced to death . >> anchor: when we come back,
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paris including one band es esdecision to cancel part of its world tour that was expected to run through paris . >> anchor: there is more news a ated this morning including look at this a big blast in california. what led to this deadly fire ball. [ duck quacking
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scheduled in paris of members say they are "devastated" by the attacks. the show was to be broadcast live by hbo. u2 held a contest for one lucky fan to win a trip to paris to join them on stage and an easton teen-ager was in the running but didn't end up winning that prize prize. in a statement u2 said "we watched in disbelief and shock at the unfolding events in paris and our hearts go out to all of the victims and their families across the city tonight." u2 said in a statement that the show was to be broadcast again live by hbo. the band says the concert will be rescheduled at an appropriate time. >> anchor: we're following other news across the country. 20 people were injured, 7 in critical condition this morning following a tour bus crash in san francisco. officials say as many as 30 people were on board when the double decker bus spiraleded out of control and crashed into the city's popular union square area area. emergency responders were able to pull the conscious driver from the wreckage.
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ash but fills is saying an investigation is under way. a natural gas explosion in central california killed one person and wounded three others yesterday. officials say the gas line was cut by someone operating heavy equipment that farm field. the equit operate died in the explosion. officials say it is unclear what kind of field work was being done when the pipeline was struck. >> anchor: net up we will have much more on what the president of france is calling an act of war against his country. isis is claying responsibility. the terrorist organization releasing a statement this morning vowing to continue attacks. french president vowing to take
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>> anchor: darkness descends on the city of light. the french president vowing revenge and isis is clay responsibility for the terror attacks. >> anchor: the deadliest day in paris since world war ii. more than 120 people are dead. what we have learned this morning about the alleged attack attackers. >> anchor: today people around the world are standing in solidarity. the country uniting, coming out to help the hundreds of people injured. in thanks for joining us this saturday morning. i'm jennifer egan . >> anchor: france is in a state of emergency as you can imagine the president declaring a night of terror, an act of war. forensic experts started work in paris today at the scenes of the yesterday.
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restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium at locations spread across paris. >> anchor: france held an emergency meeting of the defense council today. isis released a video threatening to attack france if bombings of its fighters continue. france is part of the u.s. led coalition laughing attacks on the group and this morning we learned a syrian passport was found on the body of one of the suicide bombers. 7's nicole oliverio is following nicole? >> reporter: we're just learning now another attacker has been identified. according to reports a gunman at the concert hall was a french man and known to police. in addition to those killed, 300 more are injured. nearly 100 of them critically. paris under attack. gunfire erupting across the city city. at the same time suicide bombers attacked near a stadium during a soccer match. more than 100 people were taken
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hostage at a theater. a man who was inside says he barely escaped. the terrorist, sorry, shot at us for like ten or 15 minutes minutes. it was like a blood bath. >> anchor: police stormed that theater inside they found more than 100 hostages dead. there was also a shootout at a restaurant where at least 11 people were killed. when a suicide bomber attacked outside near the soccer stadium, fans were held on lock down. french police and military swarmed the streets, some seen carrying away the injured and an american journalist describes the heartbreak and panic that filled the city of the . i saw police officers holding a gun hunched behind the van lick a scene out of a movie. word spread there was a shooter on the loose in the neighborhood neighborhood. that's when i split and got out of there . >> reporter: president obama offered support . this is an attack on all of humanity and universal values
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that we share. we stand prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the government and the people of france need to respond. >> anchor: iisis has claimed response the for the attack and as you can imagine, security is heightened all across the country. the eiffel tower is now closed to tourists until further notice notice. investigators are looking for any possible accomplices. live in the newsroom, nicole oliverio, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: one of the horrific scenes yesterday fans running in a panic after an explosion near a stadium where there was a soccer match going on. was packed with fans watching that match between france and germany. you can actually hear the explosion in the video. take a listen. players stopped playing, they didn't know what was going on. chaos as you can imagine followed with people trying to rush to safety. the game went on actually.
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realize what police soon confirmed that at least one explosion took place at a restaurant right near the stadium. the president of france and germany's foreign minister were rush out of that stadium to get to safety. there was widespread panic but there was also this: fans loafing that soccer stadium without panic. they instead banded together, singing france's national anthem anthem. it was a packed hallway. these people slowly making their way out but sinking the entire time. >> anchor: after the attacks people were told to seek shelter and stay inside of a local college student studying abroad is safe. shetalked to adam whichial last night while hunkered down. we didn't know what to do or where to go . >> anchor: studying abroad, boston university student carly antonoli missed bombs and bullets by just minutes . so we took the next street up andened up at one of the
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places where the shooting was . >> anchor: carly, her sister and friend were running to their hotel after a day at the when they walked past the scene of the first bombing in paris . a lot of sobbing people. the scene was a mess . >> anchor: restaurant where at the orists opened fire . we saw a lot of bodies. most of them were covered already in white sheets. it was all of the table turned over, chairs were everywhere are broken glass . >> reporter: realizing paris was under siege they rushed to the near of the cava to call their parents let them know they were okay . it looked look a tornado had gone through. it was just over turned. it was like ambulances still showing up, army officials and policemen . >> reporter: by odd of hill tear and police they locked themselves in their hotel room . i think we got really scared when we realized that they did not have anyone in custody .
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>> reporter: criminally is studying abroad in spain but was in paris jut for a weekend trip. in the newsroom, i'm adam williams, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: a survivor of the attack said his cell phone of all things is what saved his life. take a look at this video. it's pretty remarkable. the man says the phone blocked flying pieces of shrapnel. he was walking and had just end ended a phone call when he heard the explosion. the screen was shattered. the phone was bend but this man wasn't hurt. >> anchor: security is tight across paris right now. police can be seen on almost every corner. you are looking at live pictures right now. people left flowers outside the concert hall in eastern paris this morning. mourning at least 100 people who died in an attack there. the police are also outside of that building blocking traffic following the series of deadly attacks. and here in boston people have been stopping by the french consulate to leave flowers. security is being increased across the city from the consulate to the statehouse to the td garden . >> anchor: we do want to tell you there are no known threats
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to us here in the united states at this point. law enforcement though not taking any chances. 7's victoria warren live in boston with more on what's being done here closer to home. vicki, good morning. good morning, chris. if you are driving around the city today you are sure to see increased security at many place places including here in front of the french consulate where you can see there is a growing memorial of flowers and handwritten notes. people have france who are living or staying in boston. they have been coming out here to express their sorrow but also plenty of people with no personal connection to france, but they have said that they feel like this was an attack on all of us. white rosing lay in front of the building that houses the french consulate in boston. policed there by these two women both from france, both . sadness and worried about like families and friends but also like all the people in paris. it's kind of difficult to be far
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kind of events happen because you don't know what the reality is . >> reporter: boston showing solidarity with the french, buildings lighting up blue, white and red like the french flag along with the support there is also increased security of our own. state troopers guarding the statehouse and garden even though there is no direct threat threat. when the horror of the attacks in paris unfolded on social media and television, it was difficult to reach loved ones, these girls finally got through. i feel better since i know that my family is okay and my friends too bus it's kind of scary to know that what can happen next you know . >> anchor: this man came with a simple homemade sign saying we are all france, a grateful u.s.a. remembers. after 9/11 the french reached out to us. we are all americans. some of us still remember the good will. >> reporter: taking a live look out seed today as peel are waking up more folks are
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bringing by flowers and those hand written notes. there are also efforts to organize some type of a vigil in the city of boston. we're being told that will likely take place tomorrow on the boston common. but they are still working all of the details out. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: thank you. the president france shut down the nags's borders last night but people on the way to the u.s. when the attacks happened were shocked to learn what unfolded while they were in the skies. 7's kimberly bookman met them when they landed. bullet and boards at boston's logan airport showed no sign of trouble in paris. passengers like curry college student nicole harris who was studying abroad in france check checked in and we're told their flights were a go i'm nervous. my mom is nervous. she wants to book me a different flight . >> anchor: having faith the airline wouldn't fly if it wasn't safe nicole kept her seat seat. even after the french president closed the borders and her . they were like don't come back. like the borders are closed. please don't get on that plane. like you would rather lose money
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than like lose your life. don't come. the welling of every person get on a flight clearly the top rye y for massport friday night. a very obvious increase in state police officers were monitoring intelligence and were told execute plan . plane right now . >> anchor: for this wife standing with her three children anxious outy awaiting the arrival of her husband from france somehow knowing he was on the air and not in the streets of paris brought comfort h an he finally gets home to massachusetts overwhelming joy. but most getting off those french flights here in boston had no idea what they lebehind. there were no announce on board their planes, no instant information at their forecaster tips . nobody knew what was going on until we switched our phones and everybody started getting the messages it's worse, you know, we didn't know what was going on. the people there were freaking on the plane when we landed . it's scary getting text from my wife and mother-in-law
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. >> anchor: for these travelers who say charles de gaulle was a mere 15 minute car ride from the par i attacks they feel like they just escaped danger . i had a meeting about four blocks away from where the incident are happening. i'm happy to be back in boston. >> reporter: none of the flights from boston to paris or paris to boston were canceled but that hardly means it was business as usually here at logan. airport, kimberly bookman, 7 . >> anchor: new york governor andrew cuomo expressing solidarity with the french. he gave the command for the world trade center spire to be lit up blue, white and red honoring those who lost their lives. in the sydney opera house in australia also had a tribute to part's. its sail shaped roof tops lit up with the colors of the french flag . >> anchor: social media helped people in paris last night. thousands turning to face become to check in on loved ones. they were obviously concerned about after what happened in paris. people in the paris area were using checking in, using the safety check tool on social media.
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the feature which launched last year ask those who live in disaster areas to click the i'm safe button to let family and friends know you are okay. you want to stay with 7 news for the very latest on the horse iic attacks in paris. we will bring you update on-line on air as well as your smart phone apps . >> anchor: still ahead chris closely tracking your forecast. a windy day out there . not only do we are wind, we have much cold are air in place. how long it lasts and where we'll see rain ahead in the 7 day forecast . >> anchor: we will continue covering the attacks it paris. france authorizing local authorities to impose curfews if needed after the deadliest attacks in that country since world war ii. isis is classing responsibility. we'll have hutch, much more
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>> reporter: cold and windy start to this saturday morning. good morning, everyone. certainly a difference from what the past two weeks have brought us. starting off november averaging close to 8 degrees above the average. we'll have a couple of record tying temperatures and a few days that we're in the 70's. more seasonable weather this weekend and that means temperatures closer to 50 degrees. the average high is 52. we'll be a little bit below that today but just a bit above it for tomorrow afternoon. 47 in boston right now, 40 in worcester. 46 in plymouth. mixture of sun and clouds but
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the wind is steady, 15 to 25 miles per hour out of the northwest at times gusting 30 to 35 miles per hour an hour. if you look to the northwest of us, there is even colder burlington, vermont at 34 degrees. a lot of 30's back through upstate new york. this is the air mass that is moving in to southern new england. so i really don't expect much change with that temperature despite some sunshine into the city of boston. even at a couple of flurries out there at times north and west of boston especially up across southern new hampshire. we've had more batches of clouds to mix in and demount the sunshine north and west of boston as well so far this morning. otherwise, i do expect a mixture of sun and clouds as we go through the afternoon. best cans for snow showers the next few hours, western minute main and higher terrain of new hampshire and back into vermont and then up into canada. really not expecting much in son new england, you know of you in a i see an occasional sprinkle or flurries north and west of boston over the next few hours. that should be about it. not going to amount to much. keep the roadways on the dry side as well. so 40's today in new england, 55
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so the somewhat milder air is going to move in sunday into monday so the real cool air, below seasonal levels only last one i did and they were back close to average if not above it for tomorrow. high temperature this afternoon 47 in boston, 47 right now so not much movement temperature-wise. tomorrow back into the lower to mid 50's. the breeze is still a little active tomorrow but it's not quite as strong and that wind will be back out of the southwest. lows overnight tonight, 36 in boston, upper 20's to near 30 and a lot of suburbs so it will be a cool start to the sunday morning. 7 on 7 forecast, mid to upper 50's on monday. pretty nice day overall. cooler tuesday into wednesday, especially along the coastline and we do warm up to end the week. however, the wind becomes out of the south quite gusty and we will watch some widespread rain move in here later thursday, guys? chris, thanks. still ahead this morning, a woman who claimed that it she was a victim of the marathon bombings pleaing guilty to fraud. >> anchor: also ahead, our
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>> anchor: the latest now on the terror attacks in paris.
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responsible for last knit's attacks. security is on the highest level this morning as you can imagine. the president declared three days of national mourning after 127 people were killed. police are serving for possible accomplices are 8 extremists who attacked concert goers. soccer fans and diners in a string of explosions and shoot locations. there is more muse today, open opening states are set to begin next week in the trial of a local teenager. phillip chisolm is charged with raping and killing his math teacher at danvers high school. lawyers will start presenting their case in salem on monday. he is as you cooed racing and killing 24-year-old colleen ritz ritzer in a bath room at danvers high school back in 2013. police found her body in the woods near the school. >> anchor: a woman who said she was injured in the boston marathon bombing admits she made up some of her story. joanna lee claimed she was a victim. she began having second thoughts and changed her plea though after fighting for unneeded
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financial and medical help. she pleaded guilty to defrauding the one fund. >> anchor: she did a stupid thing sheaf made a claim for stuff that she didn't need to . >> anchor: we will not face any jail time. the judge ordered her to repay all of the money that she did receive, perform 300 hours of community service and serve three years of probation. >> anchor: still ahead this morning, our coverage continues on the attacks in paris. the latest on the efforts to secure the border in france and latest information on the attack attackers. we'll tell you what we know about them as question as some
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>> anchor: isis is vowing to keep paris at the top of its list of targets. isis is vowing to keep paris at the top of its list of targets. they have claimed responsibility for six coordinate adtax last night. one attacker was found with a syrian passport and we are just learning now that another attack attacker has been identified according to reports. a gunman at the concert hall was a french man and he was known to police. explosions sent people scrambling in fear, armed gunmen spraying bullets into the crowds of people, 127 people are dead, the u.s. state department says americans are among the injured. in addition to those killed 300 more are injured this morning nearly 100 of them critically .
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police nationwide ramping up security. there will be an increased list presence at the french consulate in boston. also the tdf garden, the statehouse and logan airport and it's not just boston either the it's happening at all major cities across the country. we will have much more ahead on the attacks in paris coming up in the next hour of 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: keep it right here. you are watching the fuse station. we'll be right back after a
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>> anchor: the mourning after in paris where 127 people are confirmed dead. the islamic state is taking responsibility. >> anchor: several places rock rocked including a soccer stadium where the french president was waving a game while suicide bombers launched their attacks . >> anchor: back here at home, security stepped up across the city of boston as people head out to pay their respects. >> anchor: plus, tributes in light. the locations here in the hub and across the country honoring those lost in the attacks. >> anchor: it is 10:00. good morning to you. i'm kris anderson with jennifer egan. we have the latest on the series of deadly attacks in and across the city paris. hollande speaking to the that us this morning says the islamic state is behind friday night's deadly attacks is we're now learning that one of the suicide bombers had a syrian passport on him and another was french and had been known to police. all 8 of the at the orists
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involved this these attacks are believed to be dead but the investigation is just getting under way right now. six coordinated attacks in all were launched last night killing 127 people and injuring hundreds hundreds. >> anchor: now about 4:00 p.m. in paris. the streets there anything but quiet. the military though has taken to the streets. >> anchor: that country's president says france will fight these terrorists no matter what it takes and other nations are stepping up to support them as well. we have team coverage this morning of the attacks. leget right over to 7's nicole oliverio. she is live in our studio with more. nicole? well, jenn, as you mention mentioned security is at maximum levels. people are asked not go outdoors the eiffel tower is closed until further notice. in just 30 minutes the attackers hit soft targets. places where there were large crowds an little to no security. a night of terror in paris.
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coordinated attacks in six different locations late friday including a concert hall, stadium, restaurants and bars. 127 people confirmed dead. most of them were inside the bat bataclan where concert goers were being held hostage before being killed. a huge panic and the terrorists shot ats for like ten or 15 minutes. it was like, it was a blood bath. >> anchor: survivors say the hall was packed. french police stormed in and rescued dozens. this man says he was only safe because he was upstairs. the policemen were telling us how to go and there was especially on the ground-floor a lot of dead bodies and blood . >> anchor: at the same time miles away terrorists hit other locations. there was a shootout at a restaurant where at least 11 people died .
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sounded like fireworks and then we all hit the floor immediately immediately. i lay on the floor and grabbed hold of a woman next to me as i was holding her hand and i asked if she was okay. i looked up and realized she had been shot in the chest and was >> anchor: then there were explosions near a soccer stadium stadium. the blast could be heard during the match. four people died in those attacks. france's president was at the game and rushed away. fans inside the stadium kept on lock down. on the streets, heartache and chaos. emergency workers carrying away the injured. police armed, ready for possibly more gunfire. this morning isis claimed responsibility for the attack. the 8 attackers all dead, 7 blew themselves up. french police say they found a syrian passport on one of the suicide bombers. france's president called the attacks an act of war. we're now learning one of the attackers at the concert hall
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french man with linx to islamic terrorism. nicole oliverio, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: nicole thanks for that update at the time of one of these attacks france was facing germany in that soccer match that you just saw and again you could hear the explosion rocking the stadium. let's take another listen. you can see the players there stopping the action. they really didn't know what was going on. people, the fans running for their lives, not knowing what coming net as those attacks got underway. let's go to dan hausle with more more. >> anchor: right there in the crowd was the president of france. he and the crowd hearing firsthand the blasts that were part of this multi pronged attack. fans running in a panic leaving a stadium that was rocked by a terror explosion. earlier the stadium was packed with fans waving a soccer match between france and germany when a blast could be heard coming from outside the venue.
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so loud it, could be heard inside officer the noise of the crowd. the game went on, people and players not realizing what police soon confirmed. that at least one explosion took place at a restaurant near the stadium. a local official saying at least three people were dead at that scene. inside the game went on but french president hollande and germany's foreign minister looking on were evacuated. the french president rushed to an emergency meeting with french officials. soon after, the president spoke to his nation. what the terrorists want is to make us afraid to seize us with fear and it is something to be afraid of, but faced with this fear there is a nation that defends itself, immobilizes itself in which ones again will be able to overcome the terrorists. back at the stadium, fans were in lock down eventually evacuated section by section. fans waiting on the field for
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calling on their cell phones to find out what was going on. many were confused and uncertain huddling together. finally, allowed to leave fans rushed for exits. while many of those fans were leaving the stadium they learned what was happening all around the french capitol and some in the crowd broke into song singing the french national anthem. in the newsroom, dan hausle, 7 news today in new england. this is the video dan was just talking about. the crowd spontaneously breaking out in song sinking the french national anthem as they slowly had their way out of that stadium. >> anchor: we're starting to hear from those who were inside the sight of another attack the a paris concert hall where more than 100 hostages were taken their accounts of the attack are chilling as details emerge on the raid to save those inside. 7's tim caputo has some of tear stories. it was a sold out show,
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hundreds of people were packed inside that concert hall when the attackers went inside they first started shooting randomly then executed hostages one by one. >> anchor: those who went to the show at the popular concert hall say it was packed inside, maybe 1,000 people there to see the california rock band eagles of death metal. this is a picture of the stage before the attack. witnesses say near the end show two gunmen entered from the back of the theater. the band eagle of death metal was playing for almost an hour and suddenly we heard gun shots coming behind us. >> anchor: julian pierce who was at the hoe was standing near the stage. he says the man opened fire on the huge crowd. they were holding assault rifles, ak 47, i'm sure about it and they were firing randomly in the crowd . >> anchor: a brother of one of the band members say the group immediately stopped playing.
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it was a flash so they saw, heard first, saw second and immediately, you know, bowled backwards to the backstage. p spears says most people got down on the floor but the terrorists stood at the back of the concert hall and just kept shooting at them . we're not moving actually. we're just standing at the back of the scene, the back of the crowd and they were just shooting on the floor because everybody was on the floor. >> anchor: pierce says he wait waited until the gunman reloaded and ran until we found a way . it's when i found an exit that i saw the body of a young girl. shot twice in the leg. she was pleading very badly and i grabbed her and i put her on my back and we ran . >> anchor: those who didn't make it out in the first few minutes were either killed or held hostage by the gunmen. police say the attackers searched the theater for anyone hiding and executed hostages one by one. when police storm the concert
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hall the attackers blew themselves up with suicide vests vests. police say at least 100 people died inside that concert hall. the concert hall is less than half a mile from the charlie hebdo magazine offices. back in january two brothers linked to al-kaeda stormed that office and killed 12 people. in tim caputo, 7 news today in new england . >> anchor: massachusetts state police officials say that they are increasing security around the statehouse following the deadly attacks. there you see a state police suv there in front of the statehouse statehouse. they are also monitoring intelligence at logan airport and directing state troopers to be on the look kraut for any suspicious activity within their patrol areas. security as you can imagine also tight over at the french consulate where people have also been stopping by to leave flowers . >> anchor: that's where we find 7's victoria warren. she has more on precautions being taken across the city. victoria? good morning, jenn and chris. this is the growing memorial here at the french consulate that you see behind me and
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leave notes, to leave flowers, french people living in boston, they have been coming here as part of their grieving process, but also plenty of people with no personal connection to france stopping by here feeling that this was an attack on all of us. white roses lay in front of the building that houses the french consulate in boston policed there by these two women, both from france, both distraught over these terror attacks. sadness and worried about like families and friends but also like people in paris. it's difficult to be far from your home country when these kinds of events happen . solidarity with the french, buildings lighting up blue, white and red like the french flag along with the support of our own. state troopers guarding the statehouse and the garden, even threat. when the horror of the attacks in paris unfolded on social
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media and television, it was difficult to reach loved ones, these girls finally got through . i feel better since i know that my family is okay. my friends too but it's kind of scary to know that what can happen next you know . >> reporter: this man came with a simple homemade sign saying "we are all france. a grateful u.s.a. remembers." after 9/11 the french reached out to us. we are all americans. some of us still remember the good will. >> anchor: as people wake up this morning, this memorial is sure to grow as more folks feel the need and desire to come out here to place flowers. there are also plans in the works for a vigil in the city of boston. it's going to take place on the boston common. it's scheduled to take place tomorrow but the particular details are still being worked out. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: a survivor of the
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phone saved his life. wait until you see this video. the man says the phone blocked a flying piece of shrapnel. he was walking just wrapped up a phone call when he heard the explosion. shattered. the phone was bent, but this man was not hurt. of newspapers in france this morning. this time it's war read the front page of one, war in the middle of paris echoed another. these newspapers show how the french media reported on what appears to be the worst attack on the country since world war ii. be sure to stay with 7 news for paris. we will be bringing you updates on-line, on air and on your . >> anchor: much more news ahead this morning as the terror in paris recap continues. now. we'll have the late the on american band members forring at the concert venue where some of those attackers struck. >> anchor: tributes pouring in from all around the globe including right here at home. which boston left-hand marks lit
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band was performing at a concert hall when these gunmen struck the venue. all of the band members are safe and accounted for but family was getting mixed information early on. if he went backstage like some peel are reporting i guarantee he was the last one to go. he would have defended himself and his group immediately. concert hall had the most deaths of the six coordinated terror attacks in paris. more than 100 people killed at that one venue alone. stay with 7 news for the latest on the terror in paris. we will be bringing you update on-line, on air and on your smart phone and mobile apps . >> anchor: much more news just check of the forecast with chris lambert. . >> reporter: nice and dry ehad a mixture of sun and clouds and it is cool and windy out there. that's the story throughout the day. temperatures pretty much staying flat here in the upper 40's in the city of boston.
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you are not going to know much change throughout the day. temperatures wise or wind speed wise. the winds quite gusty hold on to your hat type of day. worcester to boston gusts to 33 miles per hour. occasionally even a few 40 mile-per-hour gusts showing up. so you take the temperature, you factor in the wind. the wind chill factors are running down into the 30's, feel more like 39 in boston, more like 28 in worcester. one of those days trying to get any yard work done, rake up sole of leaves of you will have a hard time main taping that pile of leaves as the winds kicking everything around. little bit cool outside as well. 36 in burlington, vermont. this cooler air to the north and west of us also trying to push on in offsetting some of the daytime heating trying to get going with sunshine although we had more batch of clouds to start to mix in with that sunshine from boston off to the north. show mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day, big old storm to the north us. win wheeling around. to the western edge of that storm though mainly dry air now across the great lakes. so i do expect a dry sunday forecast ahead.
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the forecast, not a whole lot change from day to day. mixture of sun and includes today. likely seeing a mixture of sun and clouds been for toll. however, with the wind back out of the southwest tomorrow being we will watch temperatures warm back up into the lower to middle 50's holding is it eddie mid to upper 40's today, win at times gusting over 30 miles per hour, not as windy tonight but it will be a cold night. upper 20's in the suburbs, 36 in the city of boston. sunday forecast partly sunny skies action bit breezy just not as windy as it is today of a bit milder as well so sunday the better of the two weekend days. monday looking good as well mid to upper 50's out. there a little cooler by tuesday tuesday. could get late week rain especially late thursday and thursday night into friday. guys? >> anchor: chris, thank you. coming up more on the breaking news out of france of a live look at paris where the death toll is up to 127 people. there were multiple attacks throughout the city. hundreds more injured. the latest on those attacks calming up . >> anchor: also being a popular rock band postponing its concert in paris because of the attacks.
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inside a packed concert hall where a rock band from california was performing. according to new reports this morning, a man from france was among the four gunmen. isis has claimed responsibility. france is in a state of emergency this morning. the nation is on lock down. >> anchor: the rock band u2 postponing tonight's scheduled concert in paris. members say they are devastated by the attacks. the show was set to be broadcast live on hbo. u2 held a contest for one lucky fan to win a trip to paris to join the band on stage. there was an easton teen-ager in the running for that contest but didn't end up winning. in a statement u2 said "we watched in disbelief and shock at the unknowing events in paris an our hearts go out to all of the victim and their families across the city." the band says the concert will be rescheduled at an appropriate . >> anchor: in the fight against isis an important figure possibly taken down. u.s. military officials remain confident that thursday's drone strike in syria killed the isis militant none as jihadi john.
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his real name is mohamed emwazi. a u.s. drone struck the car he was driving in. fills believe the terrorist killed american journalists james foley back in ought of 20 2014. foley grew up in wolfesboro, new hampshire. in rock tschetter, new hampshire a mother in court in connection with a coverup at the death of her daughter . >> anchor: the death of her daughter is the one who went before a judge by video link yesterday. prosecutors say she is partly to blame for the drug overdose death of her 17-year-old child living. rude's boyfriend mark ross went before a judge as well. both face charges including endangering the welfare of a child, eve was found dead at a motel in rochester last mop. police say ross gave her a dead deadly dose of a powerful pain killer, felt nil, because the teen was upset about not seeing her boyfriend . >> anchor: ahead this morning we continue to follow the terror in paris. a live look at the french consulate in boston where a memorial has begun to grow . >> anchor: we've been showing
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>> anchor: we continue this morning with our coverage on the terror attacks in paris. the latest information this morning that we have for you, the 8 attackers are believed to be dead today. but police are still serving for any possible accomplices. 127 people killed in six coordinate adtax yesterday.
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americans are among the 300 others who are hospitalized. >> anchor: isis has now claimed responsibility. french police say a syrian passport was found on the body of one of the suicide bombers who targeted the county's national soccer stadium . >> anchor: another half hour of 7 news today in new england is straight ahead. obviously we'll keep following those paris terror attacks including where you will see stepped up security right here in boston. boston.. >> reporter: cool air and guffy wind throughout the day. we'll take a look at the weekend forecast ahead . >> anchor: a butting goes up in flames in raynham. the latest on this early morning
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>> anchor: people jumping out of windows trying to escape as terror attacks are launched across paris. >> anchor: more than 100 people killed, now around the globe people are trying to help those affected in any way they can. >> anchor: security now on the minds of many, including here in
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stepping up patrols. >> anchor: people living in paris waking up today after what was an absolute night of chaos in the city. the french president, francois hollande speaking this morning and confirming that 127 people have been killed, 300 more people hospitalized including several americans. >> anchor: he has declared the attacks an act of war by the islamic state group isis claimed response the for the attack, praising it on-line in a statement . >> anchor: we have 7 news team coverage this morning of the attacks and we begin with 7's nicole oliverio with the very latest. nicole? well, chris, all 8 attack attackers are dead, 7 blew themselves up. now investigators are serving for possible accomplices of the coordinated attacks lasted 30 minutes and targeted six different locations. they were all places with large crowds and had little to no security. >> anchor: paris under attack. gunfire erupting across the city city.
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attacked near a stadium during a soccer match. more than 100 people were aiken taj at a theater. a man inside said he barely escaped . the terrorists, sorry, shot at us for like ten to 15 minutes minutes. it was like, it was a blood bath. >> anchor: police storm that theater. inside they found more than 100 hostages dead. there was also a shootout at a restaurant where at least 11 people were killed. when a suicide bomber attacked outside near the sock are stadium fans were held on lock down. french police and military swarmed the streets, some seen carrying away the injured and american journalist describes the heartbreak and panic that filled the city . i saw police officers holding guns, hunched behind the van lick a scene out of a movie. word spread there was a shooter on the loose in the neighborhood and that's when i split and got out of there . >> anchor: president obama offered support .
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this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share. we stand prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the government and people of france need to respond. >> anchor: french police found the syrian passport near one of the suicide bombers and we now know that one of the attackers has been identified as a young french machine would had links to islamist extreme its. nicole oliverio, 7 news today in new england . >> anchor: mick old, thanks for that update. france's president prance with a hollande shutting down the in addition's border but over at logan airport there were peel on flights back from paris and they were shocked when they found out what was unfolding while they were in the skies. 7's kimberly bookman reports. >> anchor: bullet tin boards at logan airport showed no sign of trouble in paris. passengers like considery college student nicole harris who was studying abroad in france checked in and we'll told . ial nervous of my mom is
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nervous. she wants to book me a different flight . >> anchor: having faith that the airlines wouldn't fly if it wasn't safe, nicole kept her seat even after the trench president closed the borders and friends in europe told her to stay put . they like don't come back. borders are closed. don't get on the plane. you would rather lose money than like lose your life. please be safe. don't come. >> anchor: the well-being of every person getting on a flight at logan clearly the top priority for massport friday night. a very obvious increase in state police officers were monitoring intelligence and were told implemented a multi layered security plan . i am glad he is on the plane right now . >> anchor: . >> reporter: for this wife standing with her three children awaiting the arrival of her husband from france, somehow knowing he was in the air and not on the streets of paris brought comfort. and when he finally gets home to massachusetts, over questioning joy. but most getting off those french flights here in boston had no idea with a they left behind. there were no announcements on board their planes, no instant
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going on until we switched our phones an everybody started getting the messages. it's worse, you know, we didn't know what was going on. the people there were freaking . it's scary and i'm getting tents from my wife and from my mother-in-law asking to make . >> anchor: for these travelers who say charles de gaulle airport was a mere 15 minute car ride from the paris attacks, they feel like they just escaped danger . blocks away from where the incidents are happening. . >> anchor: now none of the flights from boston to paris or paris to boston were canceled but that hardly means it was business as usual here at logan. at the airport, i can beverly bookman, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: hard to imagine the it or felt by people walking the attacks. many people just trying to get to a safe place. a local college student studying abroad is safe and she talked to 7's adam williams on face time. we didn't know what to do
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or where to go . >> anchor: studying abroad boston university student missed the bombs and bullets by just minutes . and so we took the next street up andened up at one of the places where the shooting was . criminally, her sister and a friend were returning to their hotel after a day at the louvre when they walked past the scene of the first bombing in paris . a lot of sobbing people. the scene was a mess . >> anchor: then the restaurant where terrorists opened fire . we saw a lot of bad ease. most of them were covered already in white sheets, but it was all of the table were turned over, shares were everywhere. >> anchor: soon realizing paris was under siege they rushed to the nearest cava to call their parents, letting them know they were okay . just it locked like, i don't know, a tornado had gone through. it was just over turned. it was like ambulances still showing up, army firms, policemen . >> anchor: then by order of military and police, they locked
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themselves in their hotel room. i think we got really scared when we realized that the list did not have anyone in custody . >> anchor: carly is studying abroad in spain but was in paris with her sister and friend just for a weekend trip. in the newsroom, adand williams, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: in the united states security concerns were on the rise last night as those attacks were playing out in paris . >> anchor: right here in boston security was heightened including at the french consulate. victoria warren joins us live with more on security throughout this city. victoria? drying around boston today you will see increased security in various locations including here at the french consulate. you can see behind me right now there is a growing medical arial folks dropping off flowers and notes. we found out that at city hall plaza this morning and a little while they will actually be rais raising the french flag. a lot of people coming by here, they have no personal connection to france, but they keep saying
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attack on all of us. white rosesly in tonight of the building that houses the french consulate in boston. placed there by these two women, both from france, both attacks . sadness and worried about like families and friends but also like all the people in paris . kind of difficult to be far from your home country when this kind of events happen. . >> anchor: boston showing solidarity with the french, buildings lighting up blue, white and red like the french flag. along with the support there is also increased security of our own. state troopers guarding the statehouse and the garden, even though there is no direct threat threat. when the who or of the attacks in paris unfolded on social media and television, it was difficult to reach loved ones, these girls finally got through . i feel better since i know that my family is okay and my friends too but it's kind of
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scary to know that what can happen next, you know . >> anchor: this man came with a simple homemade sign saying "we are all france. a grateful u.s.a. remembers." after 9/11 the french reached out to us. we are all americans. and some of us still remember the good will. >> anchor: as the morning goes on, this memorial continues to grow. again, we've learned that around 10:452 morning at boston's city hall plaza they will be raising the french flag in a show of solidarity. they are also plans for a vigil in the city of boston. those details are still being worked out but we're told it will take place tomorrow on the boston common. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: victoria, thank you. americans paying tribute to the lives lost in the terror attacks in paris. las vegas with was monk many cities paying tribute. the high roller observation wheel illuminating red, white and blue. the colors of the french flag.
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the paris las vegas hotel also dimmed its replica eiffel tower to mirror the dimming of the real tower in france. in dallas the omni hotel also joined in solidarity with france france. the hotel changed its lighting display to the colors of the french flag honoring those killed yesterday in paris. >> anchor: as france faces one of the deadliest attacks on that country's history, thousands are turning to facebook to try and check on loved ones who are in paris. people if the paris area are checking in using the safety check tool on social media on facebook here. this feature was lunched last year and asked those who live in a disaster area to click the i am safe button which will then let their familiar low and friends know that everything is okay. this peace symbol is for paris. it's a symbol spreading on social media as people show their sympathy with the victims. the black on white drawing replaces the typical fork of the peace symbol with an outline of the eiffel tower which is of course the iconic french landmark. we'll keep following the story for you here on 7 news and bring
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terror in paris. make sure you stay with 7 news for the latest here. we will also bring you updates on-line, on air and on your smart phone ps . >> anchor: much more news ahead this morning including more on . we'll have more local stories for you as well and a check of the weather forecast all coming up net. >> anchor: chris starting off on colder side with a gusty wind throughout the day.
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>> anchor: now to the latest on terror attacks it in pars. france's president says ice is response be for last night's that tax. security is on the high every level there this morning. he declared three days of national mourning after 127 people were killed. police are searching for possible accomplices are the 8 extremists who attacked concert goers, soccer fans and fine don doners in a string of explosions and shootings at six different locations. >> anchor: up in flames fire crews battling a fire raynham this morning. flames break out earlier this morning. er was orred out of that build building while they fought the fire. there was partial roof collapse. crews were able to finally put that fire out but they are still on the scene this morning. look at the damage. you can see where the flames shot through that roof. the cause of that fire is still unclear. >> anchor: there is more news
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today. opening statements are set to begin next week in the trial of a local teen-ager. phillip chisolm is charged with raping and killing his math teacher at danvers high school. lawyers will start presenting their case in salem on monday. he is accused of racing an killing 24-year-old colleen ritz ritzer in a bathroom at danvers high school in 2013. police found her body in the woods near the school. >> anchor: judges set to hear arguments next month on the boston marathon bombers request for a new trial. dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers say he did not get a fair trial in boston. there they are arguing the jury could not be objective because of widespread outrage after the attacks. a you'ry convicted him earlier this year. the judge sentenced him to death. >> anchor: a woman who said she was injured in the boston marathon bowling admits she was not seriously hurt. joanna lee she suffered a traumatic brain injury. yesterday lee pleaded guilty to defrauding the one fund of she sad received thousands of dollars. she did a stupid thing.
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she didn't need to. >> anchor: prosecutors were looking for prison sentence of up to three years but lee will not face any jail time. the judge odded her to repay all of the money she received, perform 300 hours of community service and serve three years of probation. >> anchor: more news still ahead this morning. first though we will have a check in with chris lambert, he has a peek at the weekend forecast . >> anchor: plus, the patriots taking on those giants this weekend. find out which pats are on the
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>> anchor: good saturday morning. much colder air in place. it looks like we'll remain dry throughout the weekend, but we deal with that gusty wind throughout the day. in the next several days void of any wet weather although we get late into next week pretty good bet they will get some widespread rain in here late friday.
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first things first, let's deal with this weekend, right? not bad to deal with. partly sunny skies in the city of boston wind is active. out of the northwest at 23 miles per hour. gusting over 30 miles per hour at times. the numbers ranging from the upper 40's from boston down through the south shore to the upper 30's to low 40's north and west of 495. this is pretty much where we stay throughout the day of the. there is not going to be a whole lot of movement tempt wise as we continue to see a northwesterly push of some cooler air trying to work in from the northwest and that will sort of offset the daytime heating. what you get, what you see is what you get as we go throughout speeds. look at these gusts. almost looks like a temperature map, right? wind speeds right now gusting to 33 miles per hour in boston, 35 in orange, 39 providence and 25 mile-per-hour gusts down in hyannis. we'll continue to see wind at times gusting between 25 and 35 miles per hour through the afternoon. even tomorrow little bit on the breezy side. the wind just not quite as
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strong, occasionally we'll see a gust pass 20 miles per hour but that wind tomorrow also out of the southwest will which start again. 36 in burlington, vermont of the 38 buffalo. quick shot of cooler air. quick shots of patches of clouds mixing in with the sunshine and can the a bit of cloud cover at times from boston north and west west. we have seen seen a few fine snow flurries out there of very small snow flurries across southern new hampshire and fors of northern mass more appreciable in terms of some of the snowflakes flying across development and northern new hampshire so far this morning. milder air into the mild west will moderate these temperatures through the second half of the seaboard as numbers bounce from 40's today back into the 50's tomorrow. 54 degrees in boston expected high temperature on sunday afternoon. 7 on 7 forecast, taking it through the rest of the week little bit cooler tuesday, wednesday. more rain to end the week. >> anchor: dave dombrowski
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red sox team president acquiring all-star closer craig kimbore from san diego one of the top re relevers in all of baseball just 27 years old. he finished with 2225 career saves. he went for 2015 with 39 saves and a 258 era. the sox deal four minor league interns return. the sox preparations for sunday sunday's show down with the giants take a turn for the worst friday. collins, vollmer, cannon and jacksoall officially ruled outputting the pats down 3-0 line men and arguably the time team's top linebacker. as for the injury report sheer, mason, martin all listed as questionable. edelman still probable with a lingering knee injury. harmon also probable. celtics hosting the hawks on friday, green closing game on a 10-0 run. jay crowder knocking down the three from isaiah thomas that one putting it out of reach. run one of five celtics finish finishing in double figures. boston handing atlanta its first road loss of the year. year.. 106 to 93.
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bruins back at the garden host hosting de. that's it for sports. have a great day . >> anchor: net on today in new england, the latest from paris . >> anchor: city quieter this morning but still a somber mood after attacks tore through several packed spots including a
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>> anchor: we want to bring you one time update this morning on the terror attacks in paris
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people in that city waking up to an absolute nightmare this morning . >> anchor: france's president spoke a few hours ago saying at least 127 people were killed. 300 have been hospitalized including americans but how many is still unclear . >> anchor: police busy of they are still seing for any possible accomplices of the 8 extremists who attacked concert goers, soccer fans and diners in several explosions and shootings spread out across six different locations. france's president francois hollande said the islamic state is to ballet and they have in indeed claimed responsibility this morning. log on to whdh throughout the day for the latest on these attacks . >> anchor: let's get one last check now of your forecast with chris lambert. chris? >> anchor: guys, cool and windy out there through the day. winds gusting over 30 miles per hour. temperatures holding steady made mid to upper 40's. look at the forecast for tomorrow. partly sunny skies, bit milder, not quite as windy. still bit of a breeze. temperatures back into the 50's. mid to upper 50's on monday.
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widespread rain approve requiring later thursday, thursday night and friday >> anchor: that's our too many for 7 news today in new england. thanks for watching. >> anchor: i'm kris anderson. for all of draw's top stories check out whdh.com. we'll see you back here for 7 news today in new england
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