tv 7 News at 430 PM NBC August 25, 2016 4:30pm-5:01pm EDT
>> announcer: this is 7 news at 4:30. >> ryan: we're following breaking news first here at 4:30, sky 7 h.d.over the scene in chelmsford where a child has been pulled from a pool. police say the child was taken to a boston hospital. >> jadiann: let's oat governor to adam with the details for us. >> adam: police say they responded to this call around 2:30 today. they say the adults who were
drifting under the water. they pulled him out. that's when they called police, several crews responded as we saw. they say the boy was semi conscious and breathing when they arrived. they flew the boy to children's hospital in boston by helicopter. we're working to get more information and will have much more coming up at 5:00, i'm adam williams, 7 news. >> jadiann: also here on 7 a copter crash under investigation. options trying to figure out why this ashland reservoir. the pilot made a great escape and says his experience prepared him for the worst case scenario. amaca reports. >> reporter: crews pulling an ultralight helicopter out of the reservoir in ashland state park. the pilot david dianne of hopkinton says he had an engine problem. >> there was no place to go so i wanted to get over the
could drop it. >> reporter: despite falling from 1500 feet he wasn't hurt. he was able to unbuckle and ditch the $45,000,000 in the water. >> if there was a field i would have been fine. >> somebody was able to bring him out and bring him to story. >> reporter: police say he took off from marlborough before the crash. the aircraft was carrying less than 5 gallons of fuel so there is no risk to the environment. >> found out almost immediately that he was sole occupy apt of the aircraft. it gives you a glimpse of what flying an ultralight is like. dianna practices for this situation all the time. >> you are always flying around looking for places where if you have a problem you know how to put it down. >> reporter: that helicopter has been taken away. the pilot is safe. and was not hurt. amac awe, 7 news. >> ryan: an owl is on the mend after hitting a green
the operator took the dazed owl off the track to a bench and called for help. when no agency would help tufts school said they could assist but couldn't pick up the animal. an inspector drove the owl to the facility when his shift was over. the foxboro helmet heist has been solved. the autographed patriots helmet has been returned. video showed a man stealing the helmet be on how long 11. the man returned along with this note that said sorry for the trouble. he also included $70 to cover the unpaid tab. police say they cannot identify the suspect blind the anti-semitic vandals, police discovered vandalism and it was on a broken window there. they hope whoever do it does some forward. >> jadiann: newspaper box blown to bits.
explosives and officers say this is likely a hate crime because the boxes belonged to an lgbt newspaper. we have the story from salem. >> reporter: police say the explosion rocked the downtown area of salem, mass and could be heard up to a mile away. >> at first it was very shocking to me. i literally gasped and i covered my mouth. >> reporter: investigators say early tuesday morning a group of 7 people placed an explosive device in a rainbow tis in sail -- salem square. >> i do think it's a hate crime. the police have also agreed with us on that. it was very deliberate when you watched the video that they were' really streamlining. >> it makes me sad to think there is still people out there that have enough hatred to blow up a newspaper box. >> reporter: the co-owner of the paper said as many as a dozen rainbow times
vand alizeed. that is why they make sued to have them in view of a traffic camera. >> we have amazing support here in salem. this was not the location that we ever expected this to happen in. >> reporter: despite being targeted owners of the lgbt have no plans of moving the boxes. >> here in salem you will hear people say love always trumps hate. >> ryan: new details in a university in afghanistan. at least 13 people are dead after an hour's long militant attack there. the campus is located on the outskits of kabul. right now no one claimed responsibility but many are pointing the fingers at the taliban. students barricaded themselves in classroom some desperately calling family members. >> chefs' worrying crying telling me please play pray for me because maybe this is my last time i talk to you.
the tart the sprawl american university in central kabul. first a car bomb then two men with grenades and guns stormed in. >> we didn't feel safe so we jumped from the second floor. >> reporter: afghan forces responded. >> the security situation is one that is concerting. >> reporter: more than 100 students trapped inside were freed. police say the two gunmen were killed. no group claimed responsibility yet for the serious condition in the hospital and the university remains closed. >> jadiann: surviving victims of the orlando terror attack will not pay out of pocket medical expenses. the orlando regional medical center and the florida center will seek payment from insurance and charity. the two hospitals will write off at least $5 million in care. >> ryan: authorities are investigating the death of a woman who fell from a zip
the 59-year-old woman fell 40 feet from the zip line. people who have done the course before say safety procedures are thorough but paying attention during the training is very attention. >> the staff takes you through how to hook up to the wires and everything as you are going across all the obstacles and stuff. after you get up there it's up to you to make sure that you are hooked up safe. >> ryan: the park has been shut down while officia >> jadiann: a smash and grab robbery caught leads to an arrest at a michigan jewelry store. the suspect turned himself into police then decided he wanted out. michigan police say the young man in the black shirt and white sleeves broke out a three-pound sledgehammer and smashed the high-end watch case at this jewelry store saturday afternoon. he wound up with cuts and a
[bleep] >> i got to call you black. >> reporter: he started kicking out two passenger side windows in a rage. police say he said in a detroit -- smoking a cigarette but when officers snapped the cuffs on him outside the station he turned violent. police say a major change of heart caused the injuries. >> he managed to escape the officers and took on a brief foot pursuit where he was be apprehended which resulted in one officer being bit. boat officers being scraped and minor abriggses r.he refused to settle down for quite sometime inviting officers to taze and shoot him. >> okay. >> shoot me [bleep] >> reporter: he left the cruiser with shards of glass for window. >> state police immediately responded to assist as well
and the state police patrol car arriving had a cage in the park, a full cage and they assisted with the transportation back. >> reporter: police are searching for the other two suspects involved in the robbery. >> ryan: wildlife officials sayward bats. one bats can eat up to 1200 mosquitoes in one hour which makes them a great defense against the bugs. officials would like to see more beatboxes. people seem to agreeit the idea. >> it's just now starting to really happen and i'm 20 now so i mean i'm going to want kids in the future. >> i think it would be a really good natural way to eliminate the problem or at least reduce the problem. >> ryan: a second person in palm beach county contracted districto from a local -- zika from a local case. the majority of cases have been found in miami-dade county.
leslie jones, hackers taking over her site. >> a teacher going viral for how he welcomed students back to school. >> ryan: a teen stabbed to death as police make two arrests in connection with the case. >> jadiann: we're also following breaking news. officials in lawrence calling this apartment building that went up in flames a problem property as we learn the property was the subject of a court hearing hospital after being pulled from a pool in chelmsford. we'll continue to follow you this story and bring you the latest as we get it. >> announcer: tonight a global health cries i zika fears have reached american shores. scientists in massachusetts make an -- >> the vaccine was 100% effective. >> announcer: the race
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air, but that is not going to last. >> you can't have it all ways. i get that. for sure we do have fall on the way but summer for now hanging on with us and boy, it has been a hot and dry summer. we're continuing the dry trend even though you see showers to the northwest. they're fading out as they're travelling farther to the east. we get a shot getting isolated showers and a better shot through tomorrow early evening hours. 30-40% chance we pick up some of the much-needed rainfall but it doesn't look like the lion's share for everyone though we can't rule out imbedded downpours tomorrow. keeping the clouds around, humidity getting a boost into tomorrow. i think your most humid part of the day will be in the morning hours. so you will notice that if you have an early run or a bike ride. ut outdoor workout planned. as we make it to about
those isolated showers that develop. possibly a rumble of thunder in here and this forecast model showing us some of the yellow hughes and orange hues indicating heavier downpours imbedded in this. the potential is there. there will be a lot of moisture in our atmosphere available tomorrow. can we squeeze it out of the proverbial sponge to take advantage of the precipitation here where we need it? i don't anticipate any severe weather. just general thunderstorms. of thunder and again, as far as any crazy weather goes really the only thing we're looking at is those downpours, torrential downpours that last then move out. for the rest of us, we'll be lucky to pick up .1 up to a quarter of an inch and some spots i hate to say it may miss out on it all together. it's very isolated in nature moving through the day tomorrow. these showers are coming along in response to a cold
wet weather. it's warm and humid but once the front moves through, it takes care of that humidity and really it's fantastic weather in store for us for the weekend. so you may have noticed it feels a little sticky day. tomorrow it's downright humid but no shoes nation, looking fantastic. i would flip-flops. kenny chesney by the time we hit 5:00, we'll be out of the woods with any storm shower threat. we can get away looking good for the last weekend of meteorological summer, again isolated shower or storm into tomorrow but saturday and sunday dryer, comfortable temperatures, cooler at the coastline. talking upper 70sfor lakes region as well as cape cod. here is a look at the 7 on 7 forecast. cooler temperatures for the coastline. inland making it to the mid
on into next week. couple of 90 degree days that we have in there. maybe even a run at a brief heat wave. see you at 5:00. >> jadiann: let's get out to the roads with george brown. >> we're high above the lower end of 93. we're heading southbound on the expressway. it's heavy and slow the entire way from the tunnel down to the split. this is the lower end of 93 through braintree. you can see very heavy both directions. this i no major delays. we'll show it to you on the map. heavy and slow northbound from a adams up to morrissey boulevard. if you are leaving the city from the tunnel down to the split you are looking at over half hour to get down to the braintree split. heading on 93, lower deck you see heavy and slow southbound coming over the zakim into the tunnel. northbound slows as you make your way up to 128. the leverett connector ramps there are slow both directions. heading out of town, you can
tolls heading outs to newton. heavy all the way out to past route 30. i'm george brown, 7 news. >> ryan: at 66 years old bruce springsteen is showing no signs of slowing down. he played a marathon show in his home state of new jersey. this is nearly four hours long. his loungest show was over four hours in finland in 2012. powerful performance. >> jadiann: a energy. >> ryan: we're getting a sneak peek at a new movie starring casey affleck. >> jadiann: it features a small town in the bay state. come on, pull it up. >> it's not a shark. >> this is the trailer for manchester by the sea which takes place in the sea side town. the film stars michele williams and was a big hit at the sundance film
>> hello i'm your teacher,. >> reporter: he is 25. new to the classroom and now to the rap game. >> i don't have any other music videos, this is my first one ever. >> reporter: hard to believe, right. >> keep if positive. >> reporter: have respect for each other. >> reporter: creating a catchy rap song introducing himself to his new 4th grade students. >> if i can board connected with me before i even meet them it's like i've hit the jackpot. >> jadiann: although while he is learning the ropes in his first classroom. >> i've zero idea on what he is doing. >> reporter: focusing on hardwork, respect and positivity. >> there is people who love you, that affirm you and think that you are worth something.
the person that you mean something to. i'll always greet with you a smile. >> reporter: he met his 24 new students for the first time at a meet and greet yesterday. i'm sarah french,. news. >> ryan: there is a waitings thrift get to his class. >> jadiann: why didn't we have a teacher like that? he was pretty good like that. much more to come. i'm jadiann thompson requirements i'm ryan schulteis, 7 news at 5:00 starts now. >> adam: breaking child pulled from a backyard pool in chelmsford. crews called to the scene. >> jadiann: developing tonight a problem property at the certainty of a fast-moving fire in lawrence that spread to several nearby buildings averages two people arrest -- >> adam: two people arrested in connection with the deadly stabbing of a teenager. >> jadiann: avoiding jail time. the sentence handed down to a new hampshire state trooper who pleaded guilty
>> reporter: maybe some rain on the way heading into tomorrow. we'll run through the timeline. >> adam: trading insults, donald trump going after hillary clinton's lanes that his campaign is racist. >> announcer: 7 news at 5:00 starts now. >> adam: we'll start with breaking news, a little boy is pulled from a swimming pool in chelmsford rushed to a boston hospital. police say it was a parent who noticed the child had gone under. >> jadiann: the boy was breathing on his own when he was loaded in aed with what he is learning. >> reporter: we're getting onscene. it happened just after 2:30 this afternoon on gorham street. this is in chelmsford. close to the lowell line. police in chelmsford say multiple police units, firefighters and e. m. s. responded. when they arrived a 4-year-old boy was in a semi conscious state and breathing on his own. medical personnel made the decision to fly the boy on a helicopter to a hospital in boston.
parent of the child when they noticed that the buy had gone under and they pulled him out. the 4-year-old boy was breathing when e.m.t.'s arrived. he has been taken to a hospital. brandon gunnoe, 7 news. >> jadiann: also breaking today a prominent cohasset attorney has gone charged in the death of a bridgewater man. a complaint issued today alleges valerie was negligent when she hit and killed 66-year-old john buckly in brockton. the deadly crash happened on miss say the woman appears to have backed her s.u.v. over a curb, overgrass through a drive up a hill through bushes then over a sidewalk. all of that before hitting buckly. >> adam: we're staying on top of a developing story here at 5:00, a problem property goes up in flames in lawrence spreading to 5 nearby apartment buildings. >> there were fears something like this could happen.