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they were busy cleang up the message alleged drunk driver made . it's an accident, you sort of anticipate what's going to happen because they call me so the car went through the window . frank souza, the church monitor said news of the accident woke him out of bed. when he arrived he saw this. the window smashed in and an v right through their church. souza says despite the damage they found time to feed the need needy here still today. he is glad the damage is only superficial and no one was hurt. if you are going to get a building smashed through with no one is in it is a good time. glad no one hurt . >> reporter: everyone is glad to one was hut. as you can see guys doing work here right now. that alleged drunk driver out of jail right now, released on bail and the church says tomorrow they are actually going to serve a hot lunch here to make sure they keep on serving the needy. reportingly, kelly o'hara, 7 news . >> anchor: a saugus man arraigned in court charged fatally injuring a 71-year-old woman in a cruiser crash in malden. now malden police say the 24
scene of the accident after ignoring a crosswalk and hitting the woman. the victim taken it a nearby hospital december 27 later died. the judge has set bail at $10 $10,000 with a condition that the defendant does not drive. the next scheduled hear something march 3. >> anchor: new regulations for on-line daily fantasy sports are set to be reviewed during a hear hearing in boston tomorrow. attorney general maura heally un unveil the proposals in november after look into league at me. the changes here could include age and advertising restrictions for sights such as boston based draft kings and the rival there fan duel of the two companies have been banned from operating in a number of states where they are considered gambling. >> anchor: a soldier receiving a special honor today for his bravery during the boston sergeant jeffrey curtis was a award insisted with the soldier soldier's metal governor baker was on hand for the ceremony. he helped provide first aid to people wounded during the boston marathon bombings. he said he was following his
police are looking into claims that the man you see in the video is part of a bigger terror plot. the suspect ambush insisted the officer in his patrol car last week. when he was captured police say he swore his allegiance to the terror group isis. an anonymous tip has philadelphia police and the f.b.i. on high alert. it's being investigate insisted and taken credible . >> reporter: a woman allegedly approached a woman in philadelphia on saturday. she told police 30-year-old edward archer, the accused shooter who ambush insisted an officer thursday night is "part of a group that consists of three others." archer is no the most radical of the four and the threat to police is not over. he was an urban terrorist. whether it was islam or isis, whether it was just he is in this group. whatever the hell it is, this guy needs to be, these other three need to be looked at if it is credible and taken off the street . >> reporter: archer is charged
ambushing the officer thursday evening. the five year police department veteran is still recovering from three bullet wound to the left . tid a little groggy of i believe he is scheduled to go into surgery tomorrow. you know, right now he is lucky to be alive. >> reporter: meanwhile the f.b.i. and philadelphia police confirm they are both actively investigating this new claim which also alleges archer and three other men were radicalize insisted in a west philadelphia mosque. our mosque is open to the general public if he had come here on occasion that's a possibility. we're not aware of that because we've been extremely vocal about radicalization and extremism i don't think you will find any of our members anywhere remotely involved in this tragic event. >> reporter: the philadelphia police department says all officers must work with a partner and f.b.i. will determine if information is credible .
small armed group okay pit a national wildlife refuge standing their ground. they want the federal land to be controlled by people who live in oregon of the now the mow of the group's leader is asking support supporters to send supplies. everything from blankets to coffee creamers and a couple of days ago when an armed group fromid who called the 3 percenters to join the group. i can't speak to that incident because i don't know what transpired or what caused it but i would say generally speaking that's not something you will see. it's not about the hammonds or bundies. it's go about a government who is walking outside the law . >> anchor: a spokesperson say they are inching closer to end ending their standoff . >> anchor: a judge thinking the trial of the second baltimore police officer charge insisted natural death of freddy gray. an officer was the driver of the police van that gray road in before dying from a broken neck. well, a judge ruled last week the first officer charged in the case would have to testify against goodson in court but an appeals court is deciding whether to uphold that decision . >> anchor: a state emergency declared in california after a
hundreds gathered in protest calling on the gas company there to shut down the site of that leak of the gas has been leagu leaguing since late object. residents there is a they are still getting sick. several residents complained of headaches, asthma and bloody nodes . what they do know in short term effects can be neuro neurolegislatical problems and gastrointestinal problems and we're concerned about that. we don't want to be a bunch of guinea pigs . the company apologized for the unpleasant smell of the gas but maintains the teak does not pose a threat. they continue to work to fake the leak . >> anchor: a substitute teen area used of making serious threats. the 61-year-old allegedly told third graders if they didn't stop misbehaving she would let a gunman in the classroom to shoot them. concern parent and faculty now taking action . we have made sure that this substitute will not be teaching in our schools, will not be
county schools . >> anchor: an assistant principal said the school takes the statement seriously. the school has file a police report. >> anchor: police in california make a disturbing discovery of animal cruelty. they found a cat upside-down in a pet carrier. its feet bound together with tape. animals discovered the animal while they were self-ing a suspicious vehicle. a man and woman were inside and had drugs on then. they had been charge insisted with animal cruelty and narcotics possession . >> anchor: historic nebraska building consumed by fire and ice the century old building exploding in flames last night. smoke and fire pouring out of there. fire fighters battled the blaze in below freezing temperature. the water from the hoses transform the building into baits luckily ice castle. the owner says three people were treated for injuries. fills are investigating the cause of the explosion. a fire truck flying over on icy roads. this happening in michigan. officials say that truck was headed to a house fire. four fire fighters were trapped in the truck for a short time
they were taken to the hospital trade treated for minor injuries injuries. icy roads were to blame for that incident . >> anchor: some elephants getting an early retirement. the circus announcing they won't use elephants in their shows any more. this comes after the company's faced criticism from several animal rights groups. the asian elephants will retire to florida . >> anchor: chinese dogs plunge deeper into negative territory today after a brutal first week of the new year. this comes after a big deposit last week because of concerns over the country's slowing economy and weakening currency. along with growing doubts of its economic management, u.s. stocks opened higher today. the federal reserve is said to make gradual increases to interest rates throughout the year. the fed made the announcement last month. analysts say you may need to re revamp your monthly budget when the rates climb. as interest rates go up you see that very quickly reflected in your credit card and home equity lines of credit typically within one oh two statement cycles you will see the higher rate reglobe insisted. if the fed raise insisted interest rates a true times by
could be looking at a nasty payment increase. >> anchor: analysts say car loans won't be affected that much by increase insisted rates which may help car sales continue. that record pace they set in 20 2015 . >> anchor: up next a touching moment after a wild wreck. if a picture is worth $1,000 words this one might be worth millions. >> anchor: then a deaf woman thinking quick and using technology to help rescue two . >> anchor: just ahead at 5:00, the boyfriend of bella bonds mother in court making a plea after being charged in that . >> anchor: a boston police officer recovering at home after getting shot in the street last week. today the suspect in the
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couple reject connecting after they were involved in a car crash has gone viral spot stranger who have seen the picture are leaving out to them on their road to recovery. elizabeth noreika has the touching story behind this image. >> reporter: as a graphic design student she always hoped her work would get noticed. this is something she never saw coming. the 21-year-old and her . it was new year's day . >> reporter: neither one remembers how it happened. 00er came to as his pickup truck was seconds away from slamming into this bridge support . i don't know how we lived through that . >> reporter: the picture of his mangled toyota tundra provides content to injuries on his face. he is at home recovering in florida. i have a good gash across the forehead here it's a different moment entirely captured inside erica's hospital room that social media can't stop sharing . all i cared about was seeing her an makinging sure she was okay and before me. i care what happened to me as long as she was all right . >> reporter: the caps not
their looks, their eyes and neck braces are enough. anybody who looks at that photo can tell obviously something happened and both of us were making sure each other were okay . >> reporter: so far the picture made its way around the world . that's how long we had from the moment we drifted off into the road . >> reporter: neither of the two quite understands how . he fund a way to come protect my heart . >> reporter: but messages they received from pure strangers shows why . we've gotten hundreds of messages just telling us that our story is what brought them out of a really dark place in their life and it changed their life . >> reporter: a moment that has changed lives and not just theirs. elizabeth noreika, 7 news . >> anchor: you can see the love in their eyes after they went through something like that lucky to be alive. coming up here, sending a message to 191. how a deaf woman was able to save two young boys trapped in a car. . >> reporter: blustery and coal track rain and snow showers for tomorrow evening . >> anchor: coming up just ahead
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>> anchor: this is a massive home fire going on 130 babson street. you can see here sky 7 over the scene, there are flames still there, a lot of smoke coming out of here. we understand from the boston fire department this is a two and a half story wood frame house and dentist office in there. they tell us two residents were
at home at the time. both were treated at the scene by boston o ms. you can see here as sky 7 circles around a massive response.
up because of this fire still raging at this point. we just talked to meteorologist jeremy reiner. winds are gusting 30 miles per hour in some
parts of boston. they try to fight the fire with very heavy winds going on and you can see here just plumes of smoke coming from that area. this is going out of 130 babson street by mattapan square. heavy fire and smoke still going on as ladder trucks are put up there as we try to fight the fire. we have a crew on the scene and we'll keep an eye on pictures and when we know more we'll come back in and let you know. >> reporter: right now boston 32, plymouth at 33. fitchburg 28. here are wind guts as ryan noted gusting over 30 miles per hour, guts of 36 in the city, norwood gusts into 26. worcester gusts to 30. fire fighters it feels like 18 outside right now. beverly feels like 19. worcester feels like 12. blustery and cold this evening behind the big storm from yesterday. what a powerhouse storm. we had wind and rain and even some thunderstorm.
way i should say that we had come through here rather impressive between one and two inches of rain. millford over two inches of rain rain. plymouth 1.8 inches of rain here in the city of boston. 1.39. number of have you been asking hey, if this were all snow what would that have been like. it would have been probably at left a foot. upwards of two feet of snow again it's a little tough to say say. an equal ratio because warm storms like yesterday's hold more moisture than cold storms. 20's so you have a cold but dry morning commute and in fact i
evening's commute should be in fact. roads should be dry up until about 6:00 and then we'll see the rain and the snow showers arrive between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. again it will be rain showers i think for inch of the 95 corridor, metro boston as that weather system passing across northern new england will scoop up some mild air just mild enough so we're a tagging raindrops as opposed to snowflakes although in the worcester hills in southern new hampshire will start as snow and end as snow and it will be just as brief window if you will to pick up the snow showers and even in the city of boston i do think it will wind down as some snow in the backside but the front part is rain then a coating to an inch possible in this white shading here the 95 corridor even into metrowest. 495 route 2 corridor southern new hampshire thinking one to two inches of snow likely. so that weather system blasts through here and then on wednesday blustery and cold with mostly sunny skies. more sunshine on thursday. it's dry on friday and then here comes another weather system this saturday into new england
that the cold air comes into new england. they just move the cold right out of the way then the cold comes behind the storm system. by the way, an early look right now that saturday storm i'm thinking more wet than white down at gillette. it will be a chilly rain with tempts that kick off running in the upper 30's saturday evening. sunshine for sunday. see you at 5:00. >> anchor: we'll see you then. we'll tech check a ride home. >> reporter: going to look now to the mass pike westbound ride of a very slow go as you can tell. going to get by exit 17 and eventually out toward the natick area dealing with a tough ride there about a 55 minute commute. how to do it now just leaving office from downtown out toward exit 13. had some delays as well making your way along our ride here 93 downtown. they eased up nicetily. cruising along pretty well at this spot but after this area 93 does bog down a bit at 128. 128 northbound on the brakes at
that caused that back up is off the roadway for us. getting a luck at route 1 right now kind of a lonely commute right now. no big complaints. north or southbound in the saugus area. joe stay elton, 7 news . >> anchor: call it a sign of the tiles. the power of a at the message and quick thinking possibly saving lives of two little boys . >> anchor: a deaf woman react reacting when he saw something out of the ordinary remembering if you see something, say something. in georgia lisa collins saw two small children alone in a parked car. because collins is deaf and because she was in alferetta she could report what she saw at 911. our dispatcher was able to . >> anchor: the department of public safety said it was the first time anyone has at thed to 911 since the city started the service in late 2014 here is what she at the insisted the dispatcher. someone left two young kids in the car. they are about two and five. i think and gave police the location.
of my own and i didn't think it was right to do that. i was thrilled when the 911 operate answered my text. she says i would like to see more agencies making it available in all areas and not just for the deaf, but for anyone who might be in danger if they were to speak out loud while calling 911 . it could be domestic violence. whatever it is, where you don't have to speak you can text in anything to the 911 center in our city and those a tremendous benefit to the public . >> anchor: it turns out in this case a 15-year-old baby-sitter had left the children in the car alone briefly and police handled it without arresting her. but everyone realizes that in other circumstances being able to text 911 can potentially save lives. it was quick thinking, brilliant thinking. >> anchor: the department of public safety said it's proud it's one first agencies in georgia, one of only four now that provides that 911 texting . >> anchor: just ahead a couple on board for their wedding dream
>> anchor: we continue to follow this breaking news. sky 7 over a building fire. this happening in mattapan. fire crews battling that fire and some very high winds. we'll continue to keep an eye on that for you as we come right back. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
board question for one couple traveling hundreds of miles for their special day . >> anchor: the couple says it was love at first sight and now they will have an interesting story after getting hitched on the rails. william and diane have an interesting love story. they met this last november and said it was love at first sight . we met on e harmony actually.
i had given up finding anybody through that. i was sighing in to close my account when i saw her information . >> anchor: william is a truck driver and he drove two days for the first date to get to georgia. . >> anchor: they decided to get . it was built in 1948 for the santa fe it, was retired in 1989 and that's when i purchased . >> anchor: she recently convert converted this caboose no a country caboose and they found . we came from opposite sides the middle . love of trains.
railroad all of his life so my dad and his brothers and sisters were around the railroad and it's very close to all of our hearts. >> reporter: they also love their dog dallas and that's just his first name . dallas oscar grace world. i want insisted his initials to spell dog. the isle . fitting he brings her to me because he always tries to get . i believe i came up with that. he just is part of the family. you may kiss your bride . >> reporter: the two say they will not forget this caboose any time soon. william is keeping the honey mood a seat of the location of it but says he and his new bride will have another fun adventure stay tuned . >> anchor: maybe another part of the train. much more to come in the next 90 minutes, everybody. i'm jadiann thompson . >> anchor: i'm ryan schulteis. 7 news at 5:00 starts right now. >> reporter: breaking news. a big bust. two suspect insisted drug dealers now in custody where police say they were hiding
>> anchor: also breaking julian edelman talking about his return as patriots prepare for the play playoffs. how he hopes to stop kansas city city's winning streak . >> reporter: partly cloudy skies with more clouds on the way for tomorrow . >> anchor: locked up of a man accused of shooting a boston police officer ordered held on high bail. what he claimed in court . saying good-bye to an icon. david bowie losing his battle with
cancer. tonight, a look back at his legacy . >> anchor: a billion dollar bonanza. the powerball complying higher than ever. the drawing is still two days away. o'clock with breaking news. a big fire raging in mattapan. sky 7 over the scene. fire crews have been ordered out at this point. you can see that it's an out of control situation on a lot of levels. fire fighters got to the scene just about an hour ago . office locationed in that build building. also we're hearing an apartment. 7's jadiann thompson is here with the breaking details now.