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reuniting with his father. now the vermont man went out on a fishing trip with his mother when their boat reportedly sank after a failed seven by crews a freighter ship saw nathan floating on a raft about 100 miles south of martha's vineyard and he had been at sea for eight days. his mother linda carman has not been found and the search for her has been suspended. the coast guard is questioning nathan carman today. investigating exactly what went wrong on the boat. in the newsroom khazei, 7 news. >> ryan: following breaking news, truck fire in topsfield right beneath power lines. the topsfield department of publicworks says the downed wires and fire responsible for a townwide power outage, this is happening on bear hill road. no word on what started the fire. >> nancy: police are investigating a deadly shooting in jamaica plain opinion the shooting happened on center street last night. officers found a man in his early 40s who had been shot. he was rushed to hospital and later died.
traffic this south boston. -- rescuers had cuts the driver out of the car. this is the wrong video. they're expected to be off the k. nationalities a slaughterhouse in athol dealing with meat recall. the beef, vole and bisson from there could be consequently tam natured natured with e. coli, adam williams has details. >> we know it's difficult for small businesses to survive. >> reporter: even more so for a slaughterhouse in of products. restale loans and in massachusetts and in eastern new york. >> our biggest concern is to ensure that our farmer customers are taken care of. >> reporter: the general manager of adams farms slaughterhouse says the last few days haven't been easy. >> this is devastating for the family. >> reporter: the beef products came from animals slaughtered between july 15 and august 24 and were
the recalls came after an investigation of a possible e. coli outbreak. it's a potentially deadly bacteria that causes symptoms. according to the usda at least seven illnesses were reportedly connected to the contamination and five people were hospitalized. >> we're taking steps with usda to insure there is no contaminated product. >> reporter: the official ongrounds but this is a regular visit. he says his main concern is for his employees and farmers markets. >> and with a recall like this, it puts their whole livelihood in peril. >> reporter: i'm adam williams, 7 news. >> nancy: a right whale was found dead 12 miles off the coast of maine and now federal officials are trying ting find the owner of the ropes that entangled and killed the whale. >> ryan: wild weather expected to hit parts of
predicted to be one of the worst floods in the history case. as people up the cedar river are cleaning up, people down stream in cedar rapids are optimistic they're going to be okay. >> it's not time yet to go back to life as usual but we're getting close. >> reporter: heavy rain over the weekend has september the river over it banks cresting in cedar rapid tuesday morning at 22 feet. a 10 temporary barriers and levis appears to be holding protecting homes and businesses of about 5,000 people who were evacuated. leaders hope to avoid a repeat of 2008 when the worst flood in city history caused $2 billion in damage. >> in 2008, we felt defenseless and in 2016 we took action. >> reporter: this week the city installed temporary barriers and just two days and resident helped fill a quarter of a million sapped
river breaches temporary barriers making the next 24 hours critical. >> we'll know at the end of the day how successful we've been for hamming this most critical time in this our community's flood recovery effort. >> reporter: city leaders renewed their call for the federal government to kick in $70 million to build a permanent lev circumthis never happens again requirements firefighters reue waters. she was taken to a hospital for further evaluation new hampshire. deadly discovery in indiana, two children who disappeared yesterday have been found dead. their mother was arrested and charged with murder. she didn't have custody of the kids. an amber alert wept out looking for her and a 66-year-old man thought to be travelling with her and the kids. she approached an officer last night and told the officer she had two dade
looking for was found murdered close to where the children were be a ducted from. -- abducted from. 6-year-old and 7-year-old hernandez were strangled to death. >> protests demanding justice for the shooting death of alton sterling. relatives and community leaders called for swift action to the justice department's investigation of the shooting. there was a heated debate during a policing committing where protestors including steriling's aunts voiced their concerns. >> we don't have to wait for the department of justice decision to decide that we have a problem in our policing. we don't have to wait for another murder to happen in our community to decide that we have to do something about our police department. >> ryan: the justice department is still saying they don't know how long this investigation into sterling's death will take. a bit of relief on the way for the victims the orlando nightclub shooting. the one orlando fund was approved and $29.5 million
friday. amount of money given varies beginning if a family lost their life or how long a victim was in the hospital. 49 people were killed. 53 were hurt in the mass shooting in june. >> nancy: british find new includes in connection to a 25-year-old missing persons case purchase -- case. investigators have been digging in a field near where the boy saying the clues found are promising. >> there are some other items of slight interest which we found yesterday. another piece of fan ric that is being looked at. that is going to take a little bit of time to do. >> nancy: the search for ben is one of britain's longest running missing person's case. >> ryan: pope francis approved new regulations surrounding the practice of appointing saints. healings must be examined by
medical experts. a 2/3's majority is required to agree that a haling has no. scientific. >> a mother confronted for feeding her baby. why a sheriff's deputy is apologizings. >> ryan: somebody set fires and it was caught on camera. >> nancy: warrant at the home of a boater saved at sea. his mother still missing. >> announcer: tonight her son came home from daycare looking like this. but when she called to complain -- >> i was very upset. >> announcer: hank found out how long it can take for the state to. >> 40 day, 50 days. >> announcer: could
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by this sound. one-month-old kuala was hungry. >> he was owe on the boob asleep. >> reporter: but she says the sheriff's deputy stopped her allegedly asking her to cover up since some might find it offensive. >> i'm not doing anything wrong. if somebody finds it offensive that is on on them. not on me. >> reporter: she told the deputy she was aow stating georgia legislation which says a mother may breast feed her baby in any location where the mother and baby are otherwise okay to be. >> he was like, well, ma'am, see i see your aeriala and if he shows nipple that is considered jib decent exposure. if i tried to cover myself
exposure and he didn't want me to be arrested reference the sheriff weighed in on the situation saying -- our office does not condone these axes and will insure all officers know and understand the law. on behalf of the sheriff's office i would like to persony extend an apology to the woman involve and we hope that she knows that these are not the opinions or practices of the office as a whole." the woman filed an official complaint on monday and hopes that other mothers treatment. >> it was horrifying. absolutely horrifying that somebody who like i said is supposed to protect me would threaten to arrest me and i hadn't even done anything wrong. >> reporter: the sheriff sent out a reminder to all gut deputies letting them know in georgia women have the legal right to breast feed without covering up. >> ryan: next she is one hot royalty.
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>> ryan: a nighttime visitor makes itself at home in a california hot tub. the bear climbed in the hot tub for a dip. the bear wanders over to the pool and eventually leaves the yard there to go back to a nearby canyon. almost like a spa day there for the bear. hot tub, pool. >> he is having a good time over there. seems like the perfect day to enjoy that. what is the weather like outside? on that note. >> reporter: the rumor has
out there right now and a few springs on wait overnight and through the day tomorrow. nuisance rain and you are saying how can you have news an rain when we're in a drought? beneficial rain you pick up 1-2 inches of rain. the news an rain is tomorrow where it's very light and patchy and really takes on the form of mist more than anything else. this morning it was a fast-moving weather system. had it stayed a little longer we would have picked up closer to a half inch of rain but for most of u rain or less. afterre-69. this is where we should be for this time of year. the temperatures still made a nice recovery. it's a cool front move you through and we'll cool off. not so much tonight. more so tomorrow as temperatures tomorrow only in the upper 50s. that's where we're going to it be tonights. we're dry this evening but there will be patches of drizzle and mist developing well after midnight thanks
that northeast wind will pick up intensity through the day out of the 15-20 miles an hour from the northeast. oddly enough a northeast wind from the northeast j.r. cool and raw with pockets of light rain and drizzle. movie towns less than .1 of an inch of rain. time line shows clouds all day long but not much in the way of rain. do you have a couple of blobs that come in off the ocean so i think coastal locations have a higher chance of the drizzle and mist and light rain opposed to locations farther inlan not going to be a lot of significant precipitation. maybe a little bit more through the cape where those locations may be an additional quarter of an inch of rain. metro boston, north and west pockets of drizzle and mist million a cool, raw day that will feel like october more than september. thursday a lot of clouds. a few peeks of sunshine. i don't think we'll have rain thursday. it's windy and the wind is from northeast. still cool and raw. upper 50s to around 60.
low pressure way over here partly responsible for all the clouds come. thursday. and that will continue for the remainder of the week. as the low pressure system gets a little closer to new york then our chance of rain will go up so i do think we'll have a chance of some rain as we work into the weekend and more so saturday and into sunday. hurricane season we have passed the peak of hurricane season which happened on september 10 but with that said you can still have tropical activity. we do have a clump of become a tropical depression, after that likely will become a tropical storm. once that happens it would be matthew, likely to spend sometime down in portions of the caribbean for several days. so we'll watch for it but nothing imminent here along the eastern seaboard. we do have the chance of showers for friday. saturday, even into sunday and monday. see you as 6:00. >> nancy: we're following breaking news out of charlotte, north carolina, where offices have erack
offices say they found a suspicious package the size of a shoe box. we'll follow this and bring you updates. >> ryan: lady in red kate middleton stole the show in this dress at a reception in b.c. . show and prince william are touring canada. >> nancy: this time they brought along the kids. braving bad weather william and kate got a warm weather and thousands of miles from home a message that visibly moved the prince. >> your mother princess diana. [applause] >> nancy: across generations and cultures friendships made in a community where live has not all been easy. the royals who arrived in canada saturday with their children left prince george and princess charlotte in victoria with a nanny while
saw included youngest members of the first nations community. they were' many gifts, a drum for george, a doll for charlotte and dancing costumes for the family. kate happily wearing hers. a brief rain forced walk about but william and kate were forced to cancel a scenic flight. they met with students and watched an exhibition match with the women's volley ball team. red s expecting a bit of a surprise in new york. he is playing his lasting are season series. >> ryan: he says he is ready for an unusual welcome from yankees fans. >> last time i heard it was like planning moon me. >> the fans are going to moon you? >> yes. >> how many are going to. >> 50,000. >> all 50,000. >> you are talking about 100,000 butt cheeks out there looking at me.
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>> ryan: most kids want a big party, lots of presents for a birthday but one gill had something different in mind. >> nancy: she gave up all the toys and gives to >> reporter: payton is and like any young girl, she is excited for her birth day to come around. >> at first, i did want presents. >> reporter: but payton had a change of heart. >> then i thought how much i love animals. >> reporter: all types of animals. so rather than dolls, new clothes or other things -- >> i decided to make donations and steve people bringing me friends, i want to bring toys and things to
fourfitted her gifts to make a special delivery to the local animal shelter. >> dog beds, dog and cat food. toys. cat toys. dog toys. that was really happy that most people gave, wanted to give, like, $100 and something dollars to the shelter. i think it was $127. >> reporter: a compassionate girl she sees value in animalsor than the obvious reasons. >> i love them because not just because they're cute. it's because they help people like if someone is blind they can help them go the right way or if they can protect you from danger. >> reporter: payton seemingly has wisdom beyond her years. >> better to give than to receive. >> reporter: and for every birthday that comes around she will have the same requests. >> same thing, i want to do
have a birthday or a party, i'm going to ask for donations for other animals. >> reporter: kris anderson, 7 news. >> nancy: there is another 30 minutes of 7 news ahead. >> ryan: i'm ryan schulteis. 7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> announcer: breaking news, police search the home of a man saved at sea. with his mother still missing. >> reporter: some sun out there this afternoon more clouds for tomorrow. >> announcer: foyer and caught on camera, police searching for the group who torched a local play ground and a bold tyker travelling through the -- biker trafficking through the tunnel. 7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> kim: first at 6:00 we've breaking news. police in vermont serve a search warrant at the home of the man rescued after drifting at sea for days. he was with his mother who
boston and spent much of the day talking to the coast guard. nancy chen is live with more. >> reporter: police in vermont executed a search warrant at the home of 22-year-old nathan carman today. he arriveded at the coast guard station reuniting with his father. he went out on a fishing trip with his mother when their boat sank and after a failed seven by crews, a freighter ship saw nathan floating in a raft about 100 miles south of ma he had been at sea at that point for eight days. his mother, 55-year-old linda carman hasn't been found and the search for her has since been suspended. the coast guard is questioning nathan carman investigating what went wrong on the boat. >> ryan: also on 7 today's rain has moved out but there is issuing a police -- police are issuing a wet weather warning. bourne police posted this video as a warning.
and crashing back in july. let's check the forecast with jeremy reiner. >> reporter: thankfully the vain long gone. it moved off the cape early to mid afternoon. we've rain east of nantucket. holding on to cloud. it's a weather system that was moving through. it's a cool front but no real cool air. the amount of rainfall from this morning about a third of an inch of rain by is not enough to end the trout but you take what you can get when you are in a down. for the rest of the evening a lot of cloud. et develop. temperatures between 54-59 with a northeast wind developing and that northeast wind will continue to be with us for the next couple of days. so breezy conditions with temperatures running in the upper 50s for your morning commute then pocket of drizzle an mist mid 50s, it's a day where news an rain, a lot of clouds. few pockets of drizzle and mist with patchy light rain. temperatures through the day tomorrow running in the upper 50s, we'll hold on