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are issuing a warning for all pet owners. >> christa: and tom brady talking for the first time since his suspension began. what he's saying about his alleged rift with jimmy garoppolo. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good friday morning, everybody. we made it. it's 5:00. i'm sarah french. >> christa: an i'm christa delcamp. almost like back to july for today. humidity out there to start your morning. so here's chris lambert with more? >> chris: why not. we hit 90 degrees 20 times this summer. forward this afternoon. good morning, everyone. 73 in boston. christa mentioning the humidity. the dew point is close to 70. we are pushing those high humidity values. up to the west of us, mainly quiet. there are some showers out there in pennsylvania. a spot shower moving through this morning and early throughout mid-day. overall we'll increase the sunshine this afternoon, and that will continue to allow temperatures to jump up. we're talking about temperatures upper 80s to lower 90s.
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just shy of the record of 93 set way back in, oh, wait, just last year, last september. so occasionally we hit 90 degrees in the month of september. looks like today will be one of those days where we see. seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: all right. time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy friday. here's a look at the expressway. if you're getting ready to head out the door, roads looking good. a lot of green south of town. routes 3, 24 and 95 all looking od problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. route 2 and 3 looking good. 93 in good shape all the way back to 495. a couple of work crews still out there, but they'll wrap things up as we head into the 5:00 hour. and route 1 looking good is far this morning. will rest check your drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. just ten minutes braintree to boston. northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 from the zakim bridge, just 11 minutes. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule.
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you. let's begin with breaking news. police are investigating an apparent shooting that happened in worcester. those shots were fired outside of a bar. >> sarah: right now police are searching for the shooter. 7's john cuoco is live with the latest on this investigation. john? >> john: sarah, worcester police were still on scene here early this morning investigating out in front of this bar. right now we know worcester police are investigating a shooting. officers remained on scene in front of gallagher's pub on west boylston street until early this morning. telegram and gazette," two men were taken away in ambulances. the paper reports people said they heard gunshots and one person then said they'd been shot in the leg. at this point we do not know the condition of the victims. officers have not said if any suspects have been identified. right now this story is still developing. of course, when we get more information, we'll make sure to bring it right to you. for now we're live in worcester, general cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: right now three massachusetts state troopers are
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they work at the department's armory, and authorities say the troopers were suspended without pay after apparently transferring some extra weapons to an outside vendor. officials say the vendor was state approved. state health officials investigating after nearly 50 birds fell from the sky in dorchester. now, the majority of these birds were found near people's homes on bakersfield street thursday morning. officials say 15 died and a cat on the same street also had to be put down after it became ill. the animal rescue league is taking care of these injured birds and health officials are now looking into what made these animals sick. >> sarah: new details coming to light about the sweet tomatoes crash. we're hearing a survivor's story about why it took so long for the district attorney's office to formally file charges. 's victoria warren live, and vicki, that survivor is
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car came barreling in. >> victoria: he is. he says he was within a foot of getting hit by the car himself. we also spoke with the district attorney, and she says that they had to wait for a grand jury to return an indictment, saying it's a very slow process, but that it's most important that they get it right. >> it happened very fast. we were in there for a few minutes, and the place exploded. you didn't s >> victoria: six months after the fatal crash at sweet tomatoes, driver 55-year-old bradford casler faces charges. for survivors like tony wilson, the horror of that night brought physical pain and emotional scars. >> he missed me by about a foot. it was real close. broke my back, cracked some ribs, had some internal stuff, ptsd was tough, still going threw all that.
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eleanor died. others wonder why the case took so long. >> it was a tragic situation. two people lost their lives. seven people were injured. it's important to get it right, and this is not always quick. >> victoria: the d.a. releasing few details about why they say bradford is criminally responsible, but his attorney says his client's health and physical condition could not have prevented the crash. for survivors like tony, t not their main focus. >> it's important no matter what happens to remember gregory and eleanor and all the lives that were touched. hug your kid, hug your wife, whoever is in your life, because they could be getting a pizza tomorrow and they're gone. >> victoria: we won't learn more information about the indictment until the suspect is arraigned. that arraignment should come at some point during the next few weeks.
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new england." >> sarah: a midair scare forcing a british airways flight heading from london to orleans to make an emergency landing at logan airport. an unruly passenger forcing the pilot to make the pit stop. the passenger was taken off the flight. customs officials say he's a 24-year-old man from scotland. >> christa: the patriots pack, up and headed out west for their season opener. is talking about being forced off the field. he's also opening up about the strong show of support that is tadding tall outside gillette stadium, that big banner of brady. let's go live to 7's nicole oliverio with more. >> nicole: so this is unchartered territory for tom brady. he's going to have to watch these games from home. he did say, though, that the extra time that he'll be watching from home and he'll get to spend more time with his family, possibly even take his
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for next month during his weekly appearance on westwood 1 radio last night. >> a lot of unchartered territory for me. i'm really just trying to focus on the things i can control. >> nicole: brady also reflected on his team's massive show of support at gillette stadium. >> it's a very cool gesture by mr. kraft and the team. i'll be excited to be back out there in october when i'm there for real, but i'm certainly very humbled and flattered to see it. >> nicole: earlier this week teammate julian edelman talked about not having brady at practice. >> i'm not going the lie. it's like having one of your buddies going to jail. >> well, not quite jail. i feel like i don't have the opportunity to do something i love to do. that's the hardest part about the situation we're in. >> nicole: until he's back, brady will have to sweat out sunday. >> it's going to be nerve-racking to watch. it always is. you can't predict these outcome, but i know our team will be prepared as they always, are and
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there and play. >> nicole: a game where rob gronkowski is expected to play even though he's not at 100%. >> no, i'm not, ever since that one time. i've been week to week what a little hammie thing. >> nicole: and brady was also asked about a possible rift between him and jimmy garoppolo. brady said she's just talk, people trying to divide the team. he said that is not what the patriots are about. he says he along with all of the other teammates as they head to arizona to play the cardinals sunday night. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right, nicole, thank you. when the pats take to the field in arizona, you can see the game right here on 7. we'll get you started with 7 on the sidelines at 6:30 and then kick off at 8:30. we'll also have complete post-game coverage after the game. >> sarah: happening today, a boston judge set to rule on the boston police body camera controversy.
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they'll be equipped with the cameras. 7's nancy chen is here with all the details on this. nancy? >> nancy: good morning. the police commissioner announcing that he and seven members of the command staff will wear body cameras as a sign of commitment to the program. this comes as the city and the patrolmen's association argued in court all week on whether officers can be forced to wear cameras for a six-month pilot program. the police union wants to delay the program after the department randomly assigned 100 officers to wear those cam. mayor marty walsh says it's been long enough. >> we had an agreement made. we should have lived up to the agreement. the fact that we didn't get the volunteers, we had the ability to make the decision ourselves. i'm hoping we can move beyond it. >> the body cameras top officials are wearing will be in addition to the 100 other officers they want the wear
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morning. we'll bring it to you when it does happen. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: a developing story internationally this morning. north korea says it has conducted a successful nuclear test. the country says this will allow them to build an array of smaller and stronger nuclear weapons. this is now their fifth atomic test. it is also the second one in eight months' time. hours after test, officials in south korea noted a 5.0 magnitude earthquake near the nuclear test site. >> sarah: up for grabs in the race for the white house. a new survey from quinnipiac university shows hillary clinton and donald trump in a tie for florida and ohio. they show clinton with a five-point lead in north carolina and a four-point lead in pennsylvania. a recent suffolk poll shows trump lighting slightly ahead in north carolina.
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candidate gary johnson struggling to answer a question about syria yesterday morning on "morning joe." >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about? >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> sarah: johnson appeared on "the view" to explain himself, saying he thought the host meant aleppo as in an acronym. his running mate, former massachusetts governor bill weld said he did not think the blunder was that serious. >> i didn't think it was that bad. it looked to me almost like a gotcha moment. are you kidding, as opposed to aleppo in syria. and people can be their own judge of that. >> sarah: weld added he doesn't think the flub will hurt their campaign but only time will tell. >> christa: new this morning, a travel advisory, the f.a.a. is now warning passengers not to
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board a plane. so officials are also asking people not to even put the phones in checked baggage. samsung recently recalled these phones because of the risk of the battery exploding. the company also stopped selling those phones. >> sarah: and more news ahead on "today in new england." coming up, two towns honor fallen heroes. and it was a special surprise for the wife of a fallen auburn police officer. >> christa: also how an abandoned dog hit on a highway in boston is getting >> sarah: and nfl season is officially started, and that national anthem controversy does not appear to be going away. in fact, it's growing.
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you don't want it to foil your plans, but we need it i'm not going to complain. >> sarah: it's feeling like summer again, chris. >> chris: it is, back into the mid-july swing. we had a very warm summer across the area, in fact, the warmest august on record. we're going to pick up where we left off there. 7 3 in boston. not only do we have warmth, we have high humidity with dew points running close to 70 degrees. now you miss the drop off this afternoon. the wind will turn more out of the west-northwest as the front crosses on through. it, although you'll see more sunshine later this afternoon compared to what we see this morning. the front is mainly dry. a couple spot sprinkles and showers trying to show up on the radar, especially across southern new hampshire. there's also a couple across parts of southern new york as well as pennsylvania. i can't recall out a spot sprinkle or brief shower, but much of the time will be dry as the air mass in place is drying out through this afternoon. in fact, i do expect this afternoon to see partly to mostly sunny skies. 90 in boston this afternoon.
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we're back across the midwest. that's going to be the air mass that's with us for the weekend as we head into the weekend. now the front comes on through to the south of us, and as it returns late tonight and tomorrow, it may trigger off a couple isolated showers. again, this is drought stuff. if you have a tee-time shower tomorrow, you may have a shower to dodge, but overall more dry hours than wet showers. could have a couple more scattered showers and de to the east of us and then it's behind that that we're going to notice the low humidity pour in on monday and then tuesday morning. a couple refreshing starts on monday and tuesday morning. we'll bump the temperatures back up mid-week. then a real block on the end on thursday, and it's thursday afternoon. we'll be hard-pressed to get much above 70 degrees. no problem getting above 70 today. in fact, we're knocking on the doorstep of 90.
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to be warm south shore, north shore, because the winds are going to be off shore. water temperatures still running into the upper 60s to near 70s. so it's still plenty mild enough to get out there and head off to the beach today if you do have the afternoon off. what about the music at fenway park? kid rock there and aldean. 5:30. it's going to be a hot start. temperatures close to 90 degrees, fading back into the 80s during the concert. partly cloudy tonight. late overnight we'll fade back into the mid-60s to that shower is not necessarily for this evening. it's more late overnight, past midnight. we could have a couple isolated showers around tomorrow, especially in the morning as that front lifts on north. otherwise the mix of clouds and sun, upper 70s coast, should reach the low 80s to a few mid-80s inland. cape cod, warm day today, we're pushing mid-80s this afternoon, back into the 70s over the weekend. your best chance of picking up a shower will be on sunday morning. a breeze developing as well.
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taking the shower activities over and done with, though, by sunday early in the morning. so mainly dry weekend across the lakes region, starting today, and there's a 7 on 7 forecast. back into the 70s and 80s next week. coolest day will be on thursday. >> sarah: a total stranger stepping up for a dog in need of surgery. the one-year-old pup named freeway was hit on the side of the road and left for dead. >> christa: thanks to a huge show of support, it looks like freeway is getting chance. so here's 7's nancy chen with more. >> nancy: christa, that one-year-old husky will need several surgeries to recover, but thanks to a good samaritan and generous online donation, freeway will now have the chance to get back on his feet. even with a broken leg and pelvis, freeway has plenty of energy. just a week ago this one-year-old husky was hit along busy route 1 in revere. >> you could have stopped.
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she says a driver headed in the opposite direction pulled over and carried freeway to safety. >> gave him water and made sure someone could give both of them help. that's why this dog didn't die. when i got there he was pretty bloody, couldn't walk, screaming and howling in pain. >> nancy: the husky was rushed to a local animal hospital. because he was a stray, he got minimal medical treatment. without lifesaving surgery, freeway would have to put down. came forward, he -- she decided to start a go fund me page. she asked for $6,000 and quickly reached her goal. the kennel has a strong message for someone who hit this husky and didn't stop. >> you didn't hit a schoolgirl or raccoon. you're not going to tell me you didn't feel this. so shame on you to the person who hit him and didn't stop.
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adoption as soon as he recovers. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: what a beautiful dog. i love huskies. >> sarah: going to a good home. >> christa: i need a dog, too. >> sarah: hey. >> christa: i'm sure i'll have the fight off a lot of people to get him. lots of competition there. >> sarah: next on 7news, another player joins colin kaepernick's protest. why a bronco's player says he made the decision not to stand during the national anthem. >> christa: the boss breaking yet another before taking the stage at gillette. we'll tell you all about it
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after super bowl 50. running back c.j. anderson scoring twice for the broncos. carolina had a chance to win it late. but the kicker missed a 50-yard field goal attempt, so denver won it with a final score of 21-20. before the game, the ongoing national anthem controversy continued. broncos linebacker brandon marshall knelt during the playing of the song. 49ers' q.b. colin kaepernick has refused to stand for the anthem, saying this is his way of protesting police shoot and racial discrimination. marshall says he too is protesting social injustice. kaepernick and marshall, by the way, were teammates when they were in college. >> sarah: new this morning, the entire seahawks' roster may be planning an anthem for this sunday's game. according to the "seattle times," linebacker bobby radner says the team has "a big surprise," and it will involve the entire team because it's important to show that people can come together.
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5:30, police in west bridgewater cracking down on texting and driving. how officers are trying to catch people in the act. >> sarah: plus a special honor for a fallen hero. see how a local football team is paying tribute to an officer
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>> sarah: now at 5:30, paying tribute the fallen hero. how a local officer killed in the line of duty is being no >> christa: and new this morning. crews rushing in to save a fawn that fell into a pit 25 feet deep. good morning, everybody. it's friday. it's the 9th day of september. i'm christa delcamp. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. let's get a check of your forecast with chris lambert. feeling a lot like summer, chris. >> chris: a lot like summer. dew points close to 70. it's a warm, muggy start. we even caught a couple passing
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rain throughout the day. a couple showers across southern new hampshire right now. what i do expect today is to have quite a bit of patches of clouds around this morning and mid-to-late afternoon a little more sunshine, especially north of the mass pike. on average a partly sunny day, but it will be a hot day. temperatures taking a run at 90 degrees. 90 to 92 in boston this afternoon. and it will be a warm one. high school football back. 86 mid-80s in foxborough. over the tyngsborough, as well. we'll talk more on this forecast and what to expect over the weekend ahead. >> christa: okay. tell us about traffic, danielle. >> danielle: well, we already have an accident many morning, so not such good news, but it's friday. that's something to look forward to. let's go to the maps. it's at the braintree split there. hopefully they'll get this cleared up soon. that's causing back-up on 128 southbound. route 95, 24 and route 3 all looking good. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this
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93 pretty much fine all the way back to 495. and route 1 all green. let's check those drive times as we're getting ready to head out the door. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. still just ten minutes. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128, and 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule this morning. back to you, guys. >> chris:>> sarah: we're followg breaking news out of worcester. officers are investigating an apparent shooting. police remained on the scene in front of street until early this morning. according to the "worcester telegram" and "worcester telegram and gazette," two men were taken away in ambulances. we don't know the conditions of the victims. state health officials are investigating after nearly 50 birds fall from the sky in dorchester. most of the birds were found on bakersfield street thursday morning. officials say 15 birds died. a cat on the same street also had to be put down after it got sick.
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sharing his story. tony will isn't says he was hurt when an s.u.v. crashed into sweet tomatoes in march killing two people. he described the accident as happening so fast. he didn't realize it was a car that went through the building at first. bradford casler was indicted on three charges earlier this week. his attorney tells 7news his client's and physical condition could not have prevented this crash. >> christa: also this morning a local football team honoring hero who was killed in the line of duty. and there was also an emotional surprise that no one expected. let's go to 7's nancy chen. >> nancy: leicester high school and auburn high school came together to help the family of an officer killed back in may. officer tarentino's oldest son arrived to surprise his mom, and there was hardly a dry eye on the field.
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deceased officer ron tarentino, was surprised by oldest son ron iii. the family had no idea he'd be. there he's currently stationed in fort bragg, north carolina. >> it's hard for me to be so far away and not be able to be here to support them. >> it was just the icing on the cake. my son wasn't supposed to be here. >> nancy: thursday night the auburn and leicester high school football team, the two communities tarentino vowed to protect and serve, came together for a special football dwainl. allhe support the tarentino family. >> these communities have the biggest heart of any communities i know. bed forth, shutesbury, auburn, leicester, the greater worcester community have all been there to support us through everything. >> nancy: tarentino was shot and killed during -- in the line of duty on may 22nd. he was 42 years old, a husband and father of three.
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this for? he's that type of guy, you know? but i'm sure. >> present. >> on the way, cried all the way over talking to her last night because i know how much she appreciates all these people coming here tonight. she's so appreciative. >> nancy: just incredible to see. more than 3,000 tickets were sold for the game. nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: right now police are looking for a cemetery vandal. they say someone cut down a large section bushes during labor day weekend. you can see the gaping hole that was left behind. >> christa: and police are searching for a robber on the run in revere. investigators say he was caught on camera robbing this convenience store. you can see the suspect waving a weapon there. it looks like a knife at the clerk. and also a customer. >> sarah: new details this morning. a salem, new hampshire, man is planning to appeal after being convicted of recording footage of women in the bathroom at a
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55-year-old joseph hennessey was convicted on wednesday. prosecutors say hennessey hid a camera in a flower pot in the restroom two years ago. a female employee later discovered it. cadillac frank salemme appeared in court. the 83-year-old former new england mob boss and an associate were indicted in june in the murder nightclub owner steven disarro. salemme's defense attorney denies those charges. >> christa: more news now. police in west bridgewater are cracking down on texting and driving. officers are out on bikes trying to catch people in the act. they say it's difficult to enforce the texting ban, but they're hoping this technique will keep people inform about the dangers of texting when they're on the road. >> people get pretty savvy about it. you can see they glance down. they have it between their legs.
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people from using their cell phones, being distracted, you know, keeping them aware of the dangers. it's not about writing the citation. >> christa: west bridgewater officers believe several serious crashes have happened this year because people were texting and driving. >> sarah: new this morning. crews rescuing a fawn in cohasset. the animal fell into a 25-foot deep pit and got stuck. you can see the rescue crew tying u a crane lifted the animal out of the pit, and animal patrol officers were able to release it unharmed. >> christa: all right. just ahead on 7news, left hanging. several people stuck in cable cars in the french alps. how they were finally breakthrough back down to the ground. >> sarah: cameras capturing dramatic video of an s.u.v. crashing into a connecticut convenience store. >> christa: a kind soul. why a teenager decides to give away an expensive pair of shoes
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>> chris: back-to-school, shorts an t-shirt weather, we have that. temperatures nearing the upper 80s, 90s by the final bell. forecast ahead. >> danielle: we're watching a new accident this morning. it's 128 southbound at the braintree split. it's backing up traffic to randolph this morning. we're keeping an eye on it for you. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. no other incidents out there.
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minutes. in new jersey it was just under four hours recently. so he has gone above and beyond that even. by the way, springsteen, if you have ticket, you know he performs at gillette stadium next wednesday and foxborough recently extended the curfew by 15 minutes to accommodate him. maybe we could be going for a record here. >> sarah: nice. all right, fans of airhead candy will now have a chance to guess this mystery oh, taco bell. taco bell is set to launch a mystery flavor drink nationwide this month. the drink is modeled after the favor that has been in dispute since it first hit stores 30 years ago. i love those candies. >> christa: my eight-year-old is obsessed with them, swedish fish, his favorite. he's never tried them. what are these things? you haven't lived until you've tried one clearly. it's 5:41.
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>> sarah: welcome back. 5:45. time now for everything you need the start your day off right. it's weird that the sun's not even out. >> christa: i know. in the evening. it go down earl- chris, it's over. it's just over. >> chris: we don't want the rush it by too much, summer's last stand. i think we'll have some more ys we still have that going for us. we can't fight the sunrise and sunset, but we can fight off the cooler air. numbers running into the 70s. dew point at 70 degrees. it's a warm, muggy start. it feels like july even though at 5:45 a.m., it doesn't look like july because it's dark outside. a couple spot showers across northern mass, a couple showers across pennsylvania. a front is crossing through this morning, however, it doesn't have a lot of oomph into it. so i can't force out a lot of
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forecast today. there may be a spot shower or sprinkle in a few towns this morning, but i think more clouds around this morning versus what we'll see this afternoon. and then also to really warm things up this afternoon with the breaks in the sun. in fact, going for 92 in boston. if we hit 92 degrees, that would be shy of the record of 93. that we hit last year. by the way, the record for this time of year or in september in terms of all-time records, you got to push 102 degrees. that was set back in 1881. so it will fall off of it. daily stuff, we're close to it this afternoon. and even lingering into this evening, it's very warm out there with temperatures generally running into the mid-80s for high school football game. off to the west of us, temperatures into the 80s this afternoon. that air mass is going to be working in for the weekend. so we're hot today. we're warm over the weekend, although it will be coolest at the coastline on saturday. a couple shower chances going into the weekend that we'll keep an eye on. one is with this one foot
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the morning hours to about mid-day there may be a couple spot showers coming on through. that could be an all-day in and out of a couple showers possible across the lakes region. we get some breaks in the afternoon and in the evening. late overnight into sunday morning, the cool front will come on through. and that will provide a couple scattered showers and a thunderstorm on sunday morning. so you still get a lot of dry hours over the weekend. you just run the risk at times of a couple scattered showers rolling on through. refreshing air mass change. low humidity in the air monday into tuesday. a brief stint of high humidity enter wednesday. then another front comes on through. that front means some business. thursday morning in the upper 40s. high temperatures finishing off close to 70. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy friday the you. here's a look at the braintree split. go to the maps. we're watching an accident right around here. it's on 128 southbound right at the braintree split. the left lane blocked from that incident, and possibly hearing
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the sharon this morning. 95, 24 and route 3 all looking good. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. route 2 and 3 fine. 93, still pretty much fine all the way back to 495. no issues heading into town on route 1 this morning. check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 16 minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. that's your longest drive so far this morning. 12 minutes enter town on the pike. 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes this morning. both the "t" and back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. let's track that breaking news now. police are investigating a shooting that happened in worcester with the shots getting fired outside of a bar. >> christa: right now police are searching for the gunman. 7's john cuoco live with the latest on the investigation. >> john: sarah, worcester police were out here investigating early this morning in front of this bar. right now we know worcester police are investigating a shooting. officers remained on scene in from the of gallagher's pub on
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according to the worcester "telegram and gazette," two men were taken away in an ambulance. the paper reports people said they heard gunshots and one person then said they've been shot in the leg. at this point we don't know the conditions of the victims. officers have not said if any suspects have been identified. right now this is still a developing story. we'll get more information and bring it right to you. live in worcester, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: right now the f.b.i. is looking for this man who they say is a felon on the run. he was last seen in everett. police believe he's still in the boston area. they're offering $20,000 for information leading to his arrest. they say he's believed to be connected to the violent m.s. 13 gang. the obama administration has listed this as an international crime organization. >> sarah: new details about the death of a woman in new hampshire. a homicide investigation is under way after 51-year-old
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home monday night. investigators have been collecting evidence from the home home for the past several days. authorities have not yet said how she died. >> christa: and parents of a 15-year-old boy have sued phillips exeter academy saying their son was threatened with expulsion after being caught having sex. that suit claims the boy was told he could be expelled for harassing a girl even though he claims she is the one who initiated that sexual contact. police are investigating after a mistaken 911 call caused a scare at carver high school. the school was put on lockdown thursday morning after someone reported that shots were fired. the sound, though, was actually a nail gun being used by construction workers inside the building. >> sarah: a marshfield woman will spend eight years behind bars in connection with the death of her infant daughter.
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the girl baby formula laced with heroin. she also plead guilty to manslaughter and will spend at least ten years in prison. >> christa: a convenience store crash is caught on camera in connecticut. you can see an s.u.v. backing up before smashing through the wall. police believe the driver accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake. the store clerk was hurt but he's expected to recover. >> sarah: a blown tire causing a deadly crash in merrimack, massachusetts. po were traveling in a van down i-495 thursday morning when it flipped and rolled over several times. two people were killed and four people were seriously injured. police say only one person inside the van was wearing a seat belt at the time. >> christa: major story here about banking giant wells fargo. they have been fined $185 million after regulators say wells fargo employees illegally opened millions of accounts for customers who had not authorized them to do so. now, regulators also say the
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meet aggressive sales goals and open more than two million bank and credit card accounts. many even without the customer's knowledge. despite customers not knowing about the accounts, they may have been paying for them all along. >> money might be moved from your accounts into some of these accounts without your knowledge. that might have cost you fees, late fees, awards fee, overdraft charges and the like. also pay restitution to the affected customers. it says it fired 5,300 employees over five years because of this. in a statement, wells far get says they regret and take responsibility for what happened. >> sarah: new this morning, more than 100 tourists have been rescued from gondolas over the french alps after they became tangled. crews were able to rescue the majority of the riders, but more than 30 people remained stuck overnight because of dangerous
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>> we were in the cable car. it was 2:30 in the afternoon. it was just before midnight before they belaid us out of the gondola, which is quite an experience. >> sarah: medical crews examined passengers for signs of hypothermia, but officials say everyone is doing okay. 7news now turning to a major pacifier recall involving toys 'r us. the company is recalling more than 50,000 clips because of a choking hazard. the spring mechanism can break into tiny piece, which can cause problems if babies swallow them. there have been two reports of the clips breaking, but there have been no injuries. >> christa: researchers say teens are taking warning labels into accounted when they choose what they're drinking. a study at the university of pennsylvania found that when drinks had no health labels, about 75% of teenagers chose a sugary beverage.
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labels about obesity, diabetes and tooth decay, they were 8% to 16% less likely to choose those drinks. >> sarah: the nfl season has officially started. fans may notice some new menu items at their home stadium. >> christa: this is always fun talking about food, especially at 5:54 a.m. so some sound reasonable. some of them may be a little over the top. we'll start things off in baltimore where the b-moore steak is described as the ultimate surf and turf served over fries. you have shaved baltimore pit beef, maryland crab dip and aged cheddar cheese. that's like a week's worth of calories right there. >> sarah: yeah. bears' fans are loading up on the chicago combo. it starts with cheddar chips topped with italian beef, sausage, marinara and melted provolone. >> christa: let's go to minnesota where a new stadium needs plenty of new food. this is a hot dog that's topped
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and potato chips, perfect for viking fan, right? >> sarah: and try these fries with a twist served in tampa bay. buccaneers' fans are crazy about the cuban meal, fried pickle, roasted bourque, islammy with a mustard sauce on top of a big serving of fries. i have to say, fried pickles are one of my favorites. >> christa: i feel like we'll get a visit from mr. cholesterol wang >> sarah: looks good. >> christa: b-more steak sounds like my favorite. >> chris: i was going to go with the chicago one. if you had the pick one, what would you choose? dizzying all the ingredients in the mix. close to records today, likely just shy of it. tomorrow 77 to 84. could get a couple scattered showers over the weekend. i think the best chance would be in the morning hours both on saturday and on sunday. so the afternoon tee times
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lower humidity. enjoyable day on monday. cooler fall-like feel on thursday. >> sarah: all right. thanks, chris. next at 6:00, tom brady talking for the first time since his
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>> christa: breaking news. gun shots in worcester. reports of two people hurt. we have details on this late-night shooting. >> sarah: birds dropping dead. a mystery brewing in dorchester. >> christa: and a survivor's story after charges are filed. >> you try to get past it, and now you see some closure. so it comes back into your life.
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to recovery after this deadly sweet tomatoes crash. >> sarah: plus an emergency landing in boston when a passenger acts up. >> christa: and t.b. the 12 is opening up. >> i'm going the watch those games and analyze them as if i were in this playing. >> christa: as he serves his deflategate suspension. >> this is news snooze. >> christa: good morning. it's 6:00 a.m. welcome to friday, september 9th. i'm christa delcamp. >> sarah: send it over the chris lambert with a check on your forecast. feels like summer out there? >> danielle: like summer this morning. 74 in boston. the average right around this time of year 75 or 76. we're on top of it this morning. dew point levels running close to 70 degrees. high humidity, as well. a couple spot showers north and west of boston, very light, more like sprinkles in many towns here. we have drier air that's going to be working in from the west. a spot shower or sprinkle this morning, but much of the time it's dry, and we'll increase the
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sunshine, we know it will be easy to take a run at 90 degrees. i think we'll be about 90 to 92 in boston this afternoon. ironically, this was the time last year where we also had a burst of heat come through southern new england. we were 9 3 last year. that set the record back in 1881, almost in recorded history. 1881. so far cry from that. plenty of heat out there this afternoon, guys? >> sarah: time now track traffic. danielle, how is it looking out there? >> danielle: it could be worse. here on 93, let's switch cameras, things are slowing down on the expressway. let's go to the maps. we're watching an accident at the braintree split on 128 southbound. and the left lane is blocked here because of that. routes 3, 24 and 95 not looking too bad. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning, an routes 2 and 3 looking good, as well this morning. let's check those drive times if.
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from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, just 11 minutes. and both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: breaking news this morning. police investigating an apparent late-night shooting in worcester. there are reports that two people are injured. >> christa: this whole thing playing out in front of a popular pub. let's go to 7's john cuoco who is on the scene with more for us today. john? >> john: christa, worcester police were out here investigating early this morni right now we know worcester police are investigating a shooting. officers remained on scene in from the of gallagher's pub on west boylston street until early this morning. according to the "worcester telegram" and "worcester telegram" and -- "worcester telegram and gazette," two people were taken away in ambulances and one said, "i've been shot in the leg." officers have not said if any suspects have been identified. right now this story is still developing. when we get more information,
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now we're live in worcester, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: right now three massachusetts state troopers are off the job as the department investigates a weapons transfer. the troopers work at the dependent's armory. they were suspended without pay after transferring extra weapons to an outside vendor. officials say the vendor was state approved. state health officials investigating after nearly 50 birds fell from the sky suddenly in dorchester. the mit found near people's homes on bakersfield street on thursday morning. officials say 15 of those birds died. a cat on the same street also had to be put down after it became ill. the animal rescue league is taking care of those injured birds. >> sarah: also this morning, a is survivor speaks after charges are filed in the deadly sweet tomatoes crash. we're hearing about his road to recovery six months after that tragic night. 7's victoria warren is live in newton.
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new details about this crash. >> victoria: we are learning more information about this crash and the investigation that went into it. so this man we spoke to who survived the crash, it is something that he lives with every single day. some people have questioned whether or not this investigation was taking too long, but the d.a.m. spoke about that saying, there are so many parts that go into an investigation like this, she wanted to make sure they got it right. >> it happened really fast. minutes and the place exploded. you didn't see a car drive in. >> victoria: six months after tomatoes, driver 55-year-old bradford casler faces charges. for survivors like tony wilson, the horror of that night brought physical pain and emotional scars. >> he missed me by about a foot. it was real close. broke my back, cracked some ribs, had some internal stuff, ptsd was tough, still going threw all that.
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eleanor miele died. tony says he never questioned the investigation, but some others wondered why the case was taking so long. >> it was a tragic situation. two people lost their lives. seven people were injured. it's important to get it right, and this is not always quick. >> victoria: the d.a. releasing few details about why they say bradford is criminally responsible, but his attorney says his client's health and have prevented the crash. for survivors like tony, the indictment is a step forward but not their main focus. >> it's important no matter what happens to remember gregory and eleanor and all the lives that were touched. hug your kid, hug your wife, whoever is in your life, because they could be getting a pizza tomorrow and they're gone. >> victoria: we won't learn more details about the criminal case until the driver's
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live this morning in newton, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a midair scare forcing a british airways flight heading from london to orlando to make an emergency landing at logan airport. an unruly passenger forcing the pilot to make the pit stop. the passenger was taken off the flight. customs officials say he's a 24-year-old man from scotland. >> christa: now to the patriots and tom brady. the q.b. opening up about his deflategate suspension for the started. so he's now talking about how he plans on handling game days and he's even commenting on that huge banner that's hovering over gillette stadium. that's where we find 7's nicole oliverio for us this morning. >> nicole: well, christa, he says this is unchartered territory for him, to have the watch not only from the sideline, but from at home. he says for the next four weeks, in addition to watching the
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taking his kids to school. tom brady laid out his game plan for next month during his weekly appearance on westwood 1 radio last night. >> a lot of unchartered territory for me. i'm really just trying to focus on the things i can control. >> nicole: brady also reflected on his team's massive show of support at gillette stadium. >> it's a very cool gesture by mr. kraft and the team. i'll be excited to be back out there in october when i'm there for real, but i'm certainly very >> nicole: earlier this week teammate julian edelman talked about not having brady at practice. >> i'm not going the lie. it's like having one of your buddies going to jail. [laughing] >> well, not quite jail. i feel like i don't have the opportunity to do something i love to do. that's the hardest part about the situation we're in. >> nicole: until he's back, brady will have to sweat out sunday. >> it's going to be nerve-racking to watch. it always is. it's sports.
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but i know our team will be prepared as they always, are and i'm excited to see them go out there and play. >> nicole: a game where rob gronkowski is expected to play even though he's not at 100%. >> no, i'm not, ever since that one time. i've been week to week what a little hammie thing. >> nicole: brady was asked if there was a possible rift between him and quarterback jimmy garoppolo. brady says. no is meant to divide the team. he says that's not what the patriots are about. he says he hopes everybody does well and garoppolo has done a great job preparing for the first four weeks. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: just a reminder, fung will take on the cardinals right here on 7 nbc, september 11th. count on us for pre and post-game coverage analysis.
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rule on whether or not boston police officers will have to wear body cameras after some of the city's top cops say they will be wearing the cameras themselves. nancy chen is live in the newsroom with more. >> nancy: the police commissioner announcing that he and several members of the command staff will wash body cameras as a sign of commitment to the program. it comes as it was argued in court all week about whether officers can be forced to wear cameras for the six-month pilot program. the police union wants the delay the program after randomly assigned 100 officers to wear those cameras. but mayor marty walsh says it's been long enough. >> we had an agreement made. we should have lived up to the agreement and not, if we had 100 volunteers, we wouldn't be here. we had the ability to make the decision ourselves. i'm hoping we move beyond it. >> sarah:>> nancy: the body cams will be in addition to the 100 other officers they want to wear them.
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some time this morning. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: let's get to the latest in the race for the white house. a presidential candidate stumped on syria, now trying to do some explaining. libertarian candidate gary johnson struggled to answer a question about syria yesterday morning on morning joe. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about aleppo? and what is aleppo? >> no. >> christa: so johnson appeared on "the view" to explain himself, saying he thought the host meant aleppo as an acronym. his running mate, bill weld, says he didn't think the blubtder was that serious. >> i didn't think it was that wad. it looked to me almost like a gotcha moment. "are you kidding" as opposed to aleppo in syria.
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>> christa: so weld added he doesn't think the flub will ultimately hurt their campaign but only time will tell. meantime, donald trump and hillary clinton battling it out for those crucial swing states. a new survey from quinnipiac university shows candidates are tied in both florida and ohio. the same survey also shows clinton with a five-point lead in north carolina and a four-point lead in pennsylvania. however, a recent suffolk poll shows trump slightly ahead in north carolina. >> sarah: now the a developing story. north carolina says it conducted a successful nuclear test. the country says this will allow them to build an array of smaller and stronger nuclear weapons. this is the fifth atomic test and only the second one in eight months. hours after the test, officials note 5d.0 magnitude earthquake near the test site. leaders from south korea, japan, china and the u.s. were swift to
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the f.a.a. is issuing a travel advisory. passengers are being told not to turn on or charge their samsung galaxy note 7 smart phones on board a plane. they're also being asked not to put the phones in any checked baggage. samsung recently recalled the phones because of the risk of the battery exploding. the company has since stopped selling those phones. >> christa: still ahead, a protest the star-spangled banner. >> sarah: and at 6:30, a fallen officer and the surprise that left his family in tears. >> christa: and hope for a husky hit by a car an left on the side of the road. >> sarah: temperatures starting off to the low the mid-70s. shorts and t-shirt level for this afternoon as we crack 90 degrees.
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>> sarah: welcome back. 6:16 on friday. and, man, it's feeling like a summer day. >> christa: it's been a little gloomy lately and humid, and you'd think you'd want some water out of ts. we're in a drought. yet it was useless. >> chris: want it and need it. wasted opportunity. in boston about one-third of an inch of rain over the last few days, and many towns a quarter to half. we did get a few catches of an inch plus down through the cape and the islands and important,s of the south shore, but you're exactly right. we didn't get what we needed. it was a close call with that tropical system. couldn't seal the deal, though. temperatures in the low to mid-70s. dew point levels close to 70. so another stuffy air mass in place this morning, but just
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wind direction is out of the southwest. we don't have much to force up a lot of that humidity. right now some good soaking rains. although we do have a couple showers on the board this morning. nothing that's going to help the lawn out or help the drought situation. just maybe enough to dampen the road briefly from ipswich stretching back into the merrimack valley. shower coming through portions of metro west, as well. you get to natick, sliding down in toward medway and back over to milford, there have been a couple spot showers out that way. i don't et today. just ad from sliding on through. a spot shower or sprinkle. but the bottom line is here it will be another hot day. high humidity this morning. we'll low they're humidity a bit this afternoon. 80s across the midwest. that's going to be working in other the weekend. so we're relatively quiet today. we're pushing 90 degrees. over the weekend we're in the 70s along the coastline. 80s inland. there could be a couple scattered showers around on saturday. mostly in the morning tomorrow. i think that would be the
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comes on through, a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms on sunday. so we'll get a lot of dry hours over the weekend. you can't rule out having to dodge a few raindrops out there each morning on saturday and again on sunday. refreshing air mass moving in on monday as the low humidity comes surging on in. 86 to 92 this afternoon. becoming partly sunny this afternoon. more clouds around this morning versus this afternoon. and jason aldean and kid rock at fenway. a hot one here. temperatures close to still running into the 80s when the lights come on early this evening. take a look at the seven-day forecast. low humidity. pop-up humidity on wednesday. fall-like feel next week. >> sarah: let's go to fast track traffic with danielle gersh. she's got all the information you need to know. >> danielle: thanks, christa. it's friday. it's quiet out there. sky7 over the expressway right now getting to the braintree split to check out that accident we've been watching. let's go to the maps. southbound on 128.
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some delays. other than that, roads looking pretty good. no issues on the pike. routes 2 and 3 fine. 93, a little slow and go back to 495. no major delay, route 1 looking good, as well. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you. >> christa: danielle, thank you. also on 7, people are stepping up and funding this husky. he was hit by a car on the freeway in revere and left for dead. luckily someone stopped and they saved this doing's life. >> sarah: stepping up to help this husky. 7's nancy chen has her story from the control room. >> nancy: sarah, the husky was badly injured, but thanks to a good samaritan and generous online locations, freeway will have the chance the get become on his feet. even with a broken leg and pelvis, freeway has plenty of energy. just a week ago, this one-year-old husky was hit along busy route 1 in revere.
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you left him to die. >> nancy: lisa cutting owns oceanview kennel. she says a driver headed in the opposite direction pulled over, and carried freeway to safety. >> stayed with him until someone could give beth of them help. that's why this dog didn't die. when i got, there he was bloody, didn't walk, screaming, howling in pain. >> nancy: the husky was rushed to a local animal hospital, but because he was a stray, he got minimal medical treatment. without lifesaving surgery, fry down. as days went by and in owner stepped forward. cutting decided to start a go fund me page. >> he's already got let down once. i won't see him get let down again. >> nancy: she asked for $6,000 and quickly reached her goal. the kennel had a strong message to the person who hit this young husky and didn't stop. >> you didn't hit a squirrel or a raccoon. he's a big dog. you're not going to tell me... from his injury, he flew over
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stop. >> nancy: thankfully he is okay. cutting says freeway will be put up for adoption as soon as he recovers. in the control room, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: such a beautiful dog. i love huskies. certainly his story really... >> sarah: you high have to take him home. >> christa: i think so. ism okay. coming up at 6:30, the risky rescue the save two women from the side of a cliff. >> christa: and the f.b.i. is asking for your help to take down a >> sarah: and a tragic crash in merrimack when a passenger van rolls over killing two
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, it should have another name. >> chris: good friday morning, warm and muggy start, temperatures running into the 70s. even a couple spot showers. this afternoon, partly sunny skies. the heat is on, close to 90
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in boston. even a strong enough on-shore breeze. temperatures near boston will get close to 90. that means carson beach close to 90,91 this afternoon. not a bad beach forecast. just be careful of system rip currents across the south coast of the islands. 86 degrees at kickoff. friday night football is back. it's going to be a warm one. as you get into the weekend, a couple spot showers around, more on that forecast ahead. >> christa: speaking of football, the nfl season beginning the same way the last one ended broncos beating the carolina panthers. denver won first game of the 2015 season, which was after super bowl 50. running back c.j. anderson scoring twice for the broncos. carolina had a chance to win it late, but kicker graham gunnoe missed a 50-yard field goal attempt, so denver won it 21-20. before the game the ongoing national anthem controversy continued. broncos' linebacker brandon marshall knelt during the
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has refused to stand for the anthem saying it's his way to protest police shootings and racial discrimination. marshall says he too is protesting social injustice. both kaepernick and marshall were teammates back in college. >> sarah: new this morning, the entire seahawks' roster may be planning an anthem protest for this sunday's game. according to the "seattle times," a linebacker says the team has "a big surprise" and it will involve the entire team because it's important to show >> christa: some of basketball's biggest names will be back in springfield tonight as the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame inducts its class of 2016. shaquille o'neal, michigan state head coach tom izzo are among the ten people being inducted into the hall. ism still ahead, the moment that had one mother stunned as a falling officer was honored.
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>> sarah: a convenience store turn entered a drive-thru. a car comes crashing in, sending a clerk flying. >> christa: and a ride to work turning deadly. a van flipping over in the middle of the morning rush and why a tire is being blamed. >> sarah: a car plummets with women trapped inside. the out. >> christa: and honoring a fallen officer with a family surprise. [applause] the community turning out with a massive show of support. ism and baby turtles rescued from a family swimming pool. the rare disorder that put their lives at risk. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good friday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: 6:30 on this
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i'm repeating what you just said. it is friday. you can't say it enough. >> christa: i am so mad at myself right now because chris lambert is getting out of here early, and he knows the weather obviously. today will be a perfect beach day. why did i not think of this? >> you have to ask me, are you sleeping on any days this week to go to the beach? how is the weather looking. it's september. the event is in september. the crowds are thinning. it's a fight for the parking spot. it's a good beach day ahead of us. od i've had a lot of clouds and spottedy showers moving through the area. by this afternoon, once the sunshine breaks out, it's all systems go to warm up close to 90 degrees. you can see a couple of these scattered showers. up across northern mass as well as just across needham stretching all the way back into medfield at this point. a few sprinkles. partly sunny skies. temperatures this afternoon upper 80s to near 90. mid-80s over the weekend. more on that forecast ahead.
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track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. happy friday to you. roads looking pretty good. no too many issues out there. here's 93 as you make your way through somerville. really not too bad back through 495. switch cameras. take a look at the expressway where things are slower. let's go to the maps. we're still watching the same accident sticking around at the braintree split at 128 southbound. blocking the left lane there and causing some delays as you can see. route 24 a little bit of slow and go back to brockton. 95 slowing d approach 128. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. routes 2 and 3 really looking fine. 93 a little slowing back to 495. but no red. so no major delays. and route 1 looking good. so let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to get out the door this morning. 21 minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 13 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound. 128 to the zakim bridge, 18 minutes this morning. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule.
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>> sarah: and we're following breaking news in worcester. officers are investigating an apparent shooting. police remained on the scene in from the of a pub on west boylston street until early this morning. according to the "worcester telegram" "worcester telegram and gazette," two men were taken away in ambulances. no word yet on their condition. now to the day's other top stories. state health officials are investigating after a mystery illness causes nearly 50 birds to fall from the sky in dorchester. most of the birds were found on bakersfield street thursday morning. officials say a cat on the same street also had to be put down after it got hurt as well. a witness to the crash in newton sharing his story. tony will son says he was hurt when an s.u.v. crashed into sweet tomatoes in march killing two people. he describes the accident as happening so fast he didn't realize it was a car that went through the building at first. 55-year-old bradford casler was indicted on three charges earlier this week. his attorney tells 7news his
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prevented the crash. >> christa: also this morning, an emotional home coming in auburn as a fallen police officer is honored. his son, who is in the military, showing up to surprise his mom at that football game. so this was a community organized game to support the family of ronald tarentino. let's go to 7's nancy chen. this was such a special night, nancy. >> christa: absolutely. leicester high school together with auburn high school to help a family of an officer killed back in may. there was hardly a dry eye on the field when officer tarentino's oldest son arrived to surprise his mom. the moment of the night was when sharon tarentino, the wife of deceased officer ron tarentino, was surprised by oldest son ron iii. the family had no idea he'd be. there he's currently stationed
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away and not be able to be here to support them. >> it was just the icing on the cake. my son wasn't supposed to be here. >> nancy: thursday night the auburn and leicester high school football teams, the two communities tarentino vowed to protect and serve, came together for a special football game, all the money raised to help support the tarentino family. >> these two communitys have the biggest heart of any communities i know. bedford, worcester, shutesbury, worcester community have all been there to support us through everything. >> nancy: tarentino was shot and killed in the line of duty on may 22nd. he was 42 years old, a husband and father of three. the game was about honoring him. >> he'd say, what are you doing this for? he's that type of guy, you know? but i'm sure he's up there watching us. >> present. >> on the way, cried all the way over. talking to her last night, i
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tonight. she's so appreciative. >> nancy: just incredible to see. more than 3,000 tickets were sold for the game. nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: new details now. cadillac frank salemme has plead not guilty to killing a man in 1993. salemme appeared in court thursday. the 83-year-old former new england mob boss and an associate were indicted in june on the murder of south boston nightclub owner stevendy safe row. -- steven disarro. denies the charges. police in merrimack, massachusetts, say a group of people were traveling in a van down i-495 thursday morning when it flipped and rolled over several times. two people were killed and four people were seriously injured. only one person inside the van was wearing a seat belt at the time. >> christa: a new hampshire man is now facing several charges for allegedly robbing a convenience store and attacking the 81-year-old store owner. officers say that thomas ford, jr., attacked the man wednesday
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injuries from that. despite being hurt and disoriented he did give a description of the suspect to police. police arrested ford thursday and were told he had other active warrants. right now the f.b.i. is searching for an alleged gang member who they say is armed and dangerous. the 34-year-old is believed to be a member of the ms13 gan back in january. he's been on the run since then. the f.b.i. is offering a reward for information leading to his arrest. and police searching for a robber on the run in revere. investigators say he was caught on camera robbing this convenience store. you see the suspect waving what appears to be a knife at the
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snapping turtles recovered by a pool in lakeville. the two-day-old hatchlings with a skin pigment disorder make their chances of surviving in the wild much lower than healthy turtles, but the turtles are in good hands now. they've been turned over to a specialist trained in rehabilitating reptiles. >> christa: some of these wildlife rehabilitators sometimes operate out of their home. i saw some baby squirrels one time in my yar to this lady who was caring for them. >> sarah: taking care of them? >> christa: yes, yes. it's 6:38. still ahead, a banking giant getting fined. wells fargo will have the pay millions. we'll tell you why. >> sarah: a terrifying crash caught on camera.
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>> christa: 6:41 you see this convenience store crash unfolding in connecticut here. man recovering this morning after police believe the driver made a costly mistake behind the wheel. look at that. this s.u.v. smashing through the wall of the store, the shelves just falling there. police believe the driver accidentally hit the gas pedal
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injuries but is expected to recover. two women lucky to be alive after their car comes off a cliff in tacoma, washington. police say the women were in a parking lot thursday. the car ended up going off the side down this 150-foot cliff. they were trapped. crews managed to rescue both of them. >> sarah: more than 100 tourists are safe this morning after being rescued from gondola's that were dangling over there the issues started yesterday afternoon when two gondolas got tangled up. crews were able to rescue a majority of the riders. more than 40 people were stuck overnight because of dangerous conditions. medical crews say everyone is doing okay, thank goodness. >> christa: that's a long time to be stranded in the air like that. >> sarah: especially overnight. >> christa: yeah. 6:42. we have know and go coming your way next. diverted to boston, why a passenger on board forced this
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month. >> it's 6:45, time the know and go. dwyer erupting in fronts of a worcester pub. investigators on scene piecing together what happened. >> sarah: a survivor of a devastating restaurant crash sharing his story as we learn why it took so long to return an
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out for the first time ever his suspension. what he'll be doing for the next four weeks. >> a pilot program taking a new twist. who is volunteering to wear police cameras in boston. >> christa: all right. will less to get to in know and go on this friday with your top stories. >> sarah: we have traffic and weather. let's send it over the chris lambert with a check of your forecast. >> chris: september 9th bringing the heat, just like last year. last year we hit 93 degrees. today in the lower 90s. good morning. it's a warm and muggy start with dew points running close to 70. they will stay back closer to 60 by this afternoon. we have a lot of clouds around this morning, even a couple sprinkles and very light showers ahead of us. but we don't get a lot of rain during the day today. in fact, i think partly sunny skies on average this afternoon. trying to retreat northbound overnight tonight and early tomorrow could trigger off a couple scattered showers but still go for more dry hours over the weekend. then a cool front coming up through sunday morning could
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storms sunday morning. your best chance of picking up a passing rain shower or even a thundershower would be in the morning hours over next couple days through the weekend. just a limited chance of a passing spotty shower or sprinkle this morning. it does become partly sunny. it's a hot and muggy day. temperatures mid-80s in the worcester hills going for about 90 to 92 in boston. this time last year we hit 93 degrees. likely just shy of that record. hot one at fenway park. aldean, kid rock 5:30. coming in here close to 90 still and then 80s during the evening. 7 on 7 forecast taking us through the weekend into early next week. refreshing air mass moving in sunday night, monday night. another cool down on thursday. thursday a real fall-like feel in the air with temperatures starting off in the 40s and ending near 70. >> christa: if you're headed out the door and onto the roads, you want the hear what danielle gersh has to say. >> danielle: thanks, christa, your longest drive on the expressway, braintree to boston, about 26 minutes. south of town slow around the
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we're in the watching any major accidents out there. problem-free in both directions on the pike. route 2 and 3 looking fine. 93 stop and go back to 495, and no issues on route 1. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. ism now to some breaking news. an investigation under way after shots are fired in worcester overnight. there are reports of two people hit by that gunfire. >> christa: the whole thing playing out right in front of a popular pub. here's 7's john cuoco on the scene now with more. john? police are out here investigating early this morning in front of this bar. right now we know worcester police are investigating a shooting. officers remained on scene in front of gallagher's pub on west boylston street until early this morning. according to the worcester "telegram and gazette," two men were taken away many ambulances. people said they heard gunshots and one person then said he was then shot in the leg. at this point we do not know the conditions of the victims. officers have not said if any
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story. of course, when we get more information, we'll make sure to bring it right to you. for now, live in worcester, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: right now three massachusetts state troopers are off the job as the department investigates a weapons transfer. the troopers work at the department's armory. authorities say they were suspended without pay after transferring some extra weapons to that outside vendor, and officials say the vendor was state approved. state health officials this morning 50 birds fell from the sky in dorchester. now, the majority of the birds were found near people's homes on bakersfield street thursday morning. officials say 15 of those birds died. also a cat on the same street had to be put down after it became ill. the animal rescue league is now taking care of those injured birds. ism also this morning, chilling details from inside the sweet tomatoes crash as a survivor speaks. he's opening up just a day after charges were filed in the deadly
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on what he had to say in newton. vicki? >> victoria: for him, the criminal charges are just one part of the tragedy. this accident happening six months ago here in newton. the sweet tomatoes restaurant that night was packed. seven people were hurt. gregory morin and eleanor miele died. one survivor telling us that he was within one foot of the car. his bac he says while the criminal indictment against the driver is a step forward, it's not his main focus. >> it's important no matter what happens to remember gregory and eleanor and err lives that were touched. hug your kid, hug your wife, whoever is in your life, because they could be getting a pizza tomorrow and they're gone. >> victoria: driver
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his attorney saying the crash could not have been prevented because of casler's health and physical condition. we should learn more about the charges and the investigation that went into this indictment when casler has his criminal arraignment. that's expected to take place in the coming weeks. live this morning in newton, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a midair scare forcing a british airways flight heading from london to orlando to make an emergency landing an unruly passenger forcing the pilot to make the pit stop. the passenger was taken off the flight. customs officials say a 23-year-old man from scotland. >> christa: the patriots moving on without tom brady, at least for now. now the suspended quarterback is speaking out about his deflategate punishment. this is the first time he's talked since his suspension began last saturday. let's go out live to jilt gillette stadium. nicole oliverio has more on what
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is calling the uncharted territory. he's on the sidelines. he's going to have to watch from home. he says while he's trying to figure out what he's going to do for the next four weeks, definitely more family time is planned. now brady was talking about his suspension for the first time since it went into effect on westwood one radio yesterday. so he basically said he's going to do whatever he can to make sure that he is ready when that suspension ends in october. there's or not there is a possible rift between him and jimmy garoppolo. brady says absolutely not. >> i think a lot of things that are said over the course of the season and, you know, are to try to divide our team. that's never been what our team has been about. so i want all the players on our team to do great. certainly jimmy, i know him really well.
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julian edelman, who said it's like his friend went to jail. brady said it's not like that. he says he wishes he down here with his teammates. you can see a giant number 12 and his face on a huge banner. brady says he was humbled and honored that the kraft family did that for him. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: nicole, thank you. is your home for the patriots' season opener. new england will take on the cardinals on 7 nbc this sunday, september 11th. so you can count on the news station for complete pre and post-game coverage analysis. >> sarah: happening today, we're expected to find out the fate of the boston police department's body camera program as some top officers announced they will be wearing the devices. 7's nancy chen joins us now in the newsroom with more on this. nancy? >> nancy: the police commissioner says he and seven
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sign of commitment to the program. this as the city and patrolman's union argued in court whether the officers can be forced to wear body cameras. the police union wants the delay the program after 100 officers were randomly assigned to wear those cameras, but city officials believe the hold-up has gone on long enough. the judge's decision should come some time today. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: and wells far get has been fined $185 million after regulators say employees illegally opened more than two million accounts for customers who had not authorized them to do so. regulators say the employees did this to meet aggressive sales goals. wells fargo will also pay restitution to those affected. >> christa: people can now start buying the new iphone. overnight customers were able to begin preordering the iphone 7
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you can order the new apple watch, as well. those items are due to be shipped out beginning next week. >> you think i'm strong enough? >> i don't know if you're cruel enough. >> i don't have to be cruel. i signed up to fight in the war. >> sarah: the trailer is out for ben affleck's new movie. the film set in boston during the prohibition era. affleck's character gets involved in big-city crime, but soon learns that living that parts of the film were shot locally. >> christa: jimmy fallon had some fun with nfl players. this time the players were part of the superlatives. >> i was voted most likely to be a combo of every bachelorette contestant. >> i'm from the denver whereon cos and i was voted black
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>> christa: there you go, jets q.b. and harvard grad ryan fitzpatrick taking part as well. he announced he was voted chia pet. >> sarah: a three-year-old seattle mariners fan is going cotton candy crazy. little bee tress is an internet sensation after she goes nut for the sweet treat. it went viral. the jumbotron captured this moment of her covered in cotton candy. rush, though. beatrice just likes making funny faces when she sees herself on camera. >> christa: she must have crashed and slept really, really well that night. that sugar crash. you know it always kicks in after the sugar high. >> chris: he says it's in the a sugar rush, but we think otherwise. hey, the cotden candy was almost gone. a couple showers around this morning. near 90 this afternoon. >> sarah: the "today show" is
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jonbenet. good morning. breaking news. north korea conducts its largest ever nuclear test overnight. the explosion registering as a magnitude 5 earthquake. the white house already vowing there will be serious praise for putin. donald trump's running mate mike pence doubles down on trump's controversial comments about russia's leader. hillary clinton appalled. >> that is not just unpatriotic, it's not just insulting, it is scary. it is dangerous. >> as new questions emerge about

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