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i thought we were going to die. i didn't think we were going to get out. >> i heard these terrifying screams coming out and shrieks, loud shrieks. people just screaming for their lives. >> harrowing scenes in new jersey. now the focus turns to bha caused and how could it have been prevented. another newspaper breaks tradition as donald trump changes tactics and decides to get personal. >> we have a situation where we have a a president who was a disaster and he was ultimately impeached over it in a sense for lying. so we'll see whether or not e we discuss it. >> plus a european fatal rendezvous with a comet.
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millions of americans. and get into the swing of things with a high flying world record attempt. "early today" starts right now. good morning, everyone. the engineer who survived thursday's deadly train crash in new jersey is cooperating with federal investigators. they want to know whether he was fatigued, mechanical failure or speed that led to the crash. a 34-year-old woman was killed and more than 100 people injured, some in sus jay gray is live in hoboken, new jersey, with the latest. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, dara. normally 15,000 or so commuters are making their way through the hoboken station behind me here. this morning, ond a handful of people inside trying to figure out what went wrong here. in just minutes, the morning rush unravelled. >> i have heavy structural damage. i have people trapped on the
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transit line sped into the hoboken station slamming into and over the bumpers at the end of the track. >> it was just horrific. an explosion of concrete dust, electrical wires. >> reporter: the canopy above collapsed falling to the ground along with steel beams and shatter red glass. a 34-year-old was standing on the platform. the hoboken resident and mom was killed by falling debris. >> we heard people screaming in the first car. they were trapped. they couldn't get out. >> reporter: more than 100 on and off the train were injured, including the engineer, who is said to be cooperating with the national transportation safety board investigation into the crash. witnesses say the train never seemed to slow down. ntsb agents hope to get data from the black box. >> from the event recorder, we hope to get information such as
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the station has kept them out of the rest of the train. investigators believe they will be able to get into those cars laurt today. the ntsb plans to be on scene for a week to ten days here. that's the latest from hoboken, back to you. >> thank you for that report. computers are also waking up to safety concerns about their daily travels. 9 new jersey t w crash. they have been demanding an advanced braking system for 40 years. my giguel almaguer reports. >> reporter: last year left eight dead and 200 injured with the train traveling 100 miles an hour. in california 25 lost their lives, 135 hurt when a commuter train slammed into a freight train in 2008.
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line accidents experts could have been prevented with positive train control or ptc. the advanced braking system is designed to stop a train before certain accidents, like those caused by speeding or ending in head-on collisions. but only 22% of trains currently have the advanced braking system. train travel is still among the safest way to commute, make it safer sooner. miguel almaguer, los angeles. it has been a e growing theme this election cycle for publications to break from tradition in endorsements and now a bug one. for the first time in its history, u.s. today is taking a side saying donald trump is unfit for the presidency writing he lacks the temperament and knowledge and honesty that america needs from its president. for the first time in its 143-year history, the detroit news is not endorsing a
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unprincipled, unstable and quite possibly dangerous. he cannot be president. the paper is endorsing libertarian gary johnson instead. the trump campaign seems to be taking a strategy straight from the donald's mouth going after hillary's marriage troubles. a memo tells how to bring up bill clinton's past. among other things, it instructs them to point out that hillary clinton and her husband work to destroy bill clinton' smeared women like paula jones, jennifer flowers and monica lewinsky. trump wasted no time on that it trail. >> corruption and scandals. and impeachment for lying. impeachment for lying. >> why would that reflect on hillary clinton? >> you'll have to figure that out. i think it's pretty sumpl to figure that out.
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were totally inappropriate. i think i would have had the right to do things and say things if i wanted to say them, but i chose not to say them. >> in the next debate fair game? >> we're going to see what happens. >> it does come up in the next debate, your past marital history is also fair game u. >> i guess they can do. but a lot different than his. we have a situation where we have a president who was a disaster and he was ultimately impeached lying. we'll see whether or not we discuss it. >> you're not worried about your past history at all? >> not at all. >> hillary clinton was also asked about this while campaigning. >> he can run his campaign however he chooses. that's up to him. i'm going to keep talking about the stakes in this election. so i'm not going to comment on how he runs his campaign. you'll be able to see we have two more debates.
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>> meanwhile the trump foundation may be in hot water. the foundation never obtained the certification in new york for charities to solicit donations. new york's attorney general could order the charity to stop raising money immediately. on a different note, remember how gary johnson couldn't name any foreign leader he admires? he's still searching. yesterday johnson tweeted, it's been almost can't come up with a foreign leader i look up to. vice president joe biden was on "the tonight show" and told jimmy fallon that he has the election all figured out. >> i think she's going to win and we'll be in good hands. nobody is perfect. everybody wants the ideal candidate. by the way, i learned how to become the ideal candidate. announce you're not running for president. >> today on the trail, hillary
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scheduled in florida. chelsea will be campaigning in wisconsin and michigan. donald trump is in michigan. mike pence is in indiana. at this hour, dozens of world loaders are in israel paying final respects to that country's founding fathers. the former prime minister and president died wednesday at the age of 93. his commitment to forging lasting peace in the middle east was praised by many around the globe. kelli koep ya is in israel massive security e detail stands watch. good morning. >> good morning, 90 delegations from 70 countries here this morning in jerusalem to pay their final respects to former prime minister and president. perez who passed away wednesday at the age of 93 from complications of a stroke. there were leaders here from africa, asia, europe, of course,
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the largest gathering of world leaders in more than 20 years. a massive security operation, of course, follows. more than 8,000 security officers at work today to ensure the safety of all of these dignitaries where the ceremony is taking place. among those to deliver eulogies, the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who perez a great man of the world. president clinton praising perez for his work towards peace. perez credited as the architect of the road map for peace. one specific person of note here today, palestinian president a
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both jordan in egypt sending representatives. it's quite controversial among arab kocountries. peres not the most revered figure among arab populations because of his support of settlements and other military operations inside israel. but perhaps a sign of the legacy of benjamin netanyahu shaking hands before this funeral ceremony and exchange can ining a few words. president obama is due to deliver the final eulogy today and peres will then be laid u to rest next to his partner in peace, former prime minister. >>. thank you for that. just ahead, a case of buyers remorse on capitol hill.
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bill karins with a a look at the flooding. . >> we're now lock iing at horrie flooding in the northeast. we have a lot of heavy rain and travel delays likely today. how about matthew overnight becoming a category 2 hurricane? we are watching it now. 100 mile per hour winds and the forecast path is going to take it this upcoming weekend towards jamaica and possibly through cuba and the bahamas here in the southeast coast of florida. we have to watch this one closely. now here's a closer lot for today gloomy, cool and chilly. rain moving into new york city through the day and southern new england. beautiful weather. everyone is outside appreciating the low humidity for the first time of the summer season in the southeast. your complete weekend forecast coming up. "early today" back in two. the fiery tissue left her nose sore and red.
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a pretty classic case of rapid onset is buyers remorse. >> president obama called the veto a mistake. speaker ryan bla er ryan believ can be made during the lame duck session. jacob hall was shot in the leg suffering massive blood loss and a cardiac arrest. >> the way we feel, as long as his heart is beating, we have so yeah, our hope is for a miracle. we're praying for a miracle and we're expecting a miracle. >> investigators are locking that the shooting suspect may have been bullied. he's expected to appear in court at 11:00 a.m. eastern. and just ahead, 85 days until christmas. you won't believe how many americans are done shopping. but first, a british team is
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mystery of sisters found dead on a resort island in the indian ocean. it's a case that's baffling investigators. today economists weigh in on donald trump's trade policies and how consumers are getting a jump on holiday shopping. steve cedrick joins us with those stories and more. good morning, steve. >> very good morning to you, dara. . it's the end of the quarter and last daying of trading. so far, the quarter has been okay for the market. the nasdaq has flown up apple and facebook have been big gainers there. european shares under a lot of pressure. watch the futures this morning. now back to the report from capit capital economics about donald trump's plan to put a 45% tariff on chinese goods if he becomes president. buyers beware because according to economics it could drive up the retail price of chinese
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that could be a real sting for consumers as well. and you mentioned that christmas story. 1 million americans have already finished their shopping. 34 million americans have started shopping as well. but apparently 75% of them have got their head right on this one. they believe it's wrong to see the holiday season starting so soon. what is christmas eve for if it's not for buying your last-minute goods? back to you, dara. >> i started shopping in july. we'll see how that goes. >> me too. >> good job. just ahead, find out who is head lining the super bowl halftime show. you're watching "early today." besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow,
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>> this 17 news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. three minutes before the hour here on your friday morning. >> sarah: here are some stories we're working on today. braintree police are searching for suspects after a night at the movies turns violent. two people were recovering after being stabbed outside the theater. >> christa: a couple recovering after they were hit by the tow truck in newton center. police say the man and woman were handcuffed and in the truck with them. >> sarah: police are searching for an arm and dangerous man wanted in connection with a home invasion. the man forced schools into lockdown. >> christa: red sox fans preparing for a farewell for one of the team's biggest stars. david ortiz's last regular-season series at home. and the city of boston is ready to celebrate. >> sarah: i'm so impressed
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>> christa: the grounds crew is pretty impressive there. >> chris: when i cut the lawn in my backyard, the lines are swerving all over the place. i can't get a straight line. there they are, very artistic, very talented. 48 in bedford. 58 in boston. any clear skies we have this morning will yield to a lot of clouds moving back in. 17mph breeze in boston right now. so we still have the on-shore winds. we'll watch the clouds fill in, thicken up, and then we track system rain working in, not so much for the morning commute, but i tnk some showers working in by mid-day, especially south of the pike. this afternoon and this evening, showers becoming more widespread, and this moisture does have to work through southern new england overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow, especially in the morning hours. i think you're tending to see some heavier showers saturday morning versus what we'll see in the afternoon. we can see that here on forecast model. tomorrow morning lots of groan showing up, but by this afternoon, some of that starts to push a little bit further off to the east. so not to say it's going the
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expect a damp weekend overall with a decent shot of some showers especially on saturday. sunday the showers a little more few and far between, still a lot of clouds around and patches of drizzle. kiddos getting ready for school. grab a light jacket this morning. probably need the rain gear on the way home, especially south of the mass pike. isolated showers north of the mass pike. the bus ride home more consistent, especially down near buzzards bay, down near the cape and the islands. here is your highest rain chance coming in later still a struggle on sunday and monday. we're not expecting many clear skies. more on that forecast as "today in new england" starts right now. >> christa: 5:00 a.m. on your friday morning. man is waking up behind bars set to face a judge after apparently telling police he tried to kill his nephew. > sarah: plus a commuter crash. recovery teams and investigators trying to figure out what when wrong, sending a train crashing into a station. >> christa: a major develop overnight in the case of that
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investigators executing another search. and word this morning about the past of his mother, who is still missing at sea. >> sarah: and "usa today" breaks its decades-long sweep of staying out of presidential endorsements. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: happy friday, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: feels good, doesn't it? >> sarah: it does. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. lots going on this weekend. we have the sox at fenway. we hav foxborough, as well. >> sarah: and we may have a it little rain. >> chris: light showers or light drizzle at fenway. they'll play through. but lateer showers. the rain is south of us that promises to deliver wet weather to much of southern new england later today and overnight tonight. and we go through today. i think most of the showers are


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