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>> breaking news out of the area where matthew is hitting haiti. making landfall just now. >> clown fears across the fear. the hoax that put one baystate tom brady getting back to the playing field. what he is saying about his return after that deflate gate suspension. >> breaking news. hurricane matthew has officially made landfall in haiti. the storm is spinning over haiti right now and it is packing a punch. >> at least four people have been killed in this storm. matthew has wins of more than 140 miles per hour. but it's the rain that will be
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that of course posts a serious flooding risk. you got to remember across hadi. they have terrain that goes 6,000 to 10,000 feet in elevation. you force the moisture up the terrain and condensing it out. mud slides will be an issue here across the mountainous terrains of haiti and the dominican. in terms of the eyewall. the eye made landfall across southwestern over land right now. it will not spend a lot of time overland. wind sustain 140 miles per hour tracking to north. the concern later this week is the northwesterly bend you can see it getting very close by wednesday night across nashua in the bahamas here. then very close thursday night into friday morning along the florida coastline. its possible that there will be hurricane conditions along the east coast of florida. even if the eye stays just offshore. if the eye moves onshore more
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up through the carolina coastline. question for us how close to new england does it come. i think we at least get some rain out of it as we get into sunday. whether we get more wind depends on the track if it stays to south and east. then we don't see much wind if it comes up the coastline we'll get more wind and coastal concerns. more on that forecast, ahead. let's look at some of the damage done already. >> such a power storm. haiti there nation. it will face mud slides as a result. particularly in the mountainous areas. it's coming back from devastating earthquake six years ago. yesterday the storm first, though, passed by jamaica, sparing it from the worst, though look at this. kid being rescued there from the ocean. the rains and strong tide causing some flooding but it is not nearly as bad as forecasters were predicting it could have been. about 900 people moved into shelters. but most of the people on the
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the caribbean not the only area bracing for the storm's wrath. the united states, again as chris lambert just mentioned is preparing for the potential worst. florida and north carolina stretching up the east coast declaring a state of emergency about 700 people also in the caribbean at guantanamo bay military base in cuba started evacuating over the weekend as the storm is expected to make landfall in cuba about 50 miles from that base. back to the united states. south carolina is also reviewing its just in case matthew makes its way into south carolina. that's is latest on a storm we will continue to track live in the newsroom. kris anderson, # news today stovmentd you can stay with 7 as we track hurricane matthew waking its way through the caribbean and through the u.s. you can keep up with the storm anytime online at or by using our mobile and tablet aps as well. right now fast track traffic let's send it over to danielle
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road. here's a look at the expressway. it's not too bad out there anymore. couple of accidents. half an hour from braintree to boston. south of town we were watching an accident in hingham. it just cleared. good news on route 3. route 24 and 95 northbound slow to 128. pike free in and out of town. 128 northbound to the pike is really slow. route 2 and traffic there. we're watching this crash in peabody route one. let's look at the drive times if you get ready to drive out the door this morning. 18 minutes into town on the pike from 128 and then 93 southbound 128 to zakim bridge. 27 minutes this morning both the t and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you guys. right now the all-clear
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scare. >> students hat to shelter in place. there was report of clown. turned out to be a hoax. it's the latest in a string of incidents nationwide. let's head out to victoria warren with the latest. good morning. hoax or not thises something that really scared student. that's exactly why school officials and police had to take it clown sighting across new england it's anything by child's place. we had the siren and started locking down the building. that's when it become real quickly. merrimack college lockdown after social media post spread fast about a creepy clown. you see 7 different school they all have the same issues. that's very scary. overnight in penn state thousands of students took to
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baseball call after scary clone photo were posted. in swansee people called police about freaky looking clown walking around a mall parking lot. in video was enough to give some people nightmares. it was all part of promotion for anent in town called scare fest. we were trying to make a really bad viral video. at merrimack college they determined it was a hoax but no it's irresponsible. it's a fire alarm on social media. they ended up evacuating one building. they searched the entire campus. they found nothing suspicious. live this morning in north andover. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." breaking overnight all roads are back open after a water main break in charlestown. water was gushing down arrow street. the water had to be shut off.
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also breaking overnight. crew battling this house fire in revere on crescent avenue. fire began in the back of the home and it spread from there. right now investigators are trying to figure out what exactly spark the fire. >> also developing police are searching for a driver who took off after hitting a man in wareham. it happened on cranberry highway last night. the victim here 56 years old and he was rushed to the hospital with s men working outside parked truck was kill when a car slammed into him. it happened on howard street yesterday afternoon another car was also hit. three people on that car were hurt. but they are expected to be okay. the women superintendent of school is off the job weeks after police arrested her for dui. mary offered resignation during monday emergency meeting. she was arrested in august but she didn't inform the school committee. member only found out about it
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>> i ecigarette the disappointment i caused my families friends and colleagues of this community. it has been a difficult time for me and my loved ones. >> school committee members are now working to find an intern superintendent. >> police chief in gloucester has been fired after an internal investigation revealed some disturbing le campenelo deleted evidence that he sent to two women. they claim that he lied about sending his cell phone to his attorney saying it was stolen. his lawyer said the allegation are not true. >> chief's action are entirely unethical and unacceptable zwroochlt this investigation is witch-hunt from the beginning. the reason given by the city for terminating the contract had nothing to do with the original
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and evidence hearing will be held in the next month to see if campenelo can defend himself. 35 days until the election. nbc and survey monkey have a poll out this morning. 50% of voter say if the erection held today they would be voting for hillary clinton. and 44% are on donald trump's side. these numbers are about the same as last week. some veteran outranged this morning after recent comments by donald trump. the g.o.p. nominee at a virginia and suggested that vets who suffer from ptsd are not strong. when you talk about the mental health problems. when people come back from war and combat and see things that maybe a lot of folk have seen many time over and you are strong can handle it. a lot of people can't handle it. >> trump team say people take it out of context. massachusetts congressman
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donald trump has sacrificed a thing in life. his comments will make mental illness worse. >> wik leaks hosting new conference in bur lynn this morning. she did not release document about the u.s. government but did go on to say that he'll release important documents before the election. assange denied the release of document would be geared at hillary clinton saying he was misquoted and taken out of . the candidates get ready for the vice presidential debate. it will be held in virginia. indiana governor mike pence and tim cain will square off on the main stage. this will be the only time that the candidate will meet face to face for debate. don't forget when the vp candidate debate tonight jonathan hall will continue live reports from virginia right here on 7news.
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the quarterback joined the team once again yesterday. and now he's talking about what it's like to be back. jennifer eagan has more from gillette on what he had to say. with suspension over tom brady is ready to work. during his weekly radio interview with westwood one the patriots quarterback spoke about having the chance to return to the field. it's great to be back in the building. it's certainly great to be work. it's bee but i'm excited to get started on my preparation for cleveland. he's set to return to his role as starting qb. he refused to start. >> edelman comments on what the return means.
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have a team return. >> fan can't wait to see brady back on the field again. >> he's will be fired up and excited ready to rock. i won't say revenge. it will be great to see him back there. >> also in that interview brady would not refleblth back on deflate gate at all. he said he's focused on practice this week and the game. in fox baro jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." and stay with # for coverage of tom brady's treydary and john cocoa will be live. their reports started saturday. still ahead facing off. in the granite state what the candidates for senator had to say about donald trump in his new hampshire showdown. new details after kim kardashians robbed in paris. >> the latest forecast on
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we're tracking hurricane management you. this orphan age still standing strong. share thing video on face book live. you can see all the did having some fun trying to keep themselves distracted. the orphanage named after rutland native who died in the earthquake in haiti back in 2010. the of the haitain flag flying outside the caption saying keeping the faith. we texted them. within the last hour they say things are not terrible but conditions are getting worse. of course we're thinking about them. and hoping for their safety. >> oh, man. absolutely. kris, tell us more about this storm. it's come ashore in haiti. over the last couple of hours it's the southwest corner of haiti that the eye of the hurricane came ashore. with sustained winds of 145 miles per hour.
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far enough away they are not bearing the brunt of the strongest of the hurricane-force winds. however it's still quite windy there as well as rainy. once you get airway from this western edge of the island and you get over the mainlan and across the rain the bigger part of the concern as you have a lot of mountainous terrains. we are bringing all that tropical.cher off the higher terrain. you force out tremendous amount of rain in mud slides a concern for both the over haiti. then the concern to bahamas as we get into wednesday and thursday. this will likely still be a major hurricane category 3 or higher across much of the bahamas. including when it gets close to nashua bahamas at 2:00 a.m. thursday then dangerously close to east coast of florida. you may have a hurricane riding close to coastline here across eastern florida essentially beginning close to west palm beach. northbound up to daytona and
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carolina coastline in north carolina coastline. as you get down the line here. notice how the koon expands. that's because the uncertainty in the forecast five days out expands as well. you know if it's up in here more of impact of gusty wind. if it's more in this zone it continues to slide off the winds not as much of a concern for new england. i think either way this front will grab an awful lot of tropical moisture and drag it into southern new england. it's certainly a good bed w most likely on sunday. into sunday night. but if it's a faster track we have to watch the potential of close call with the center of the storm close to new england. if it's slower and near the carolina coast line. it starts to slide out further enough southeast of new england we don't deal with the strongest of the winds. track up intensity will determine the wind. in the mean time 61 in boston. it will be coolest along the coastline.
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outside right now. not much to talk about in terms of rainfall department. i do expect as we go through the next couple of days to watch this area of high pressure nose its way in. it clears the sky out. >> things nice and quiet. at least until the end of the work week. after this morning no rain chances wednesday, thursday or friday. we're drying out. as far as your temperatures go they gradually will climb into the upper 60s tomorrow and then low mid 70s by friday. average high temperature for this time of year are in the mid-to-upper 60s. we started off the month a little bit below that. and by the end of the month average low will be into the low 40s. 27 days until halloween. and 33 day until delay saving time ends.
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we haven't seen it peek here in boston. probably going to see that over the next couple of week. for the rest of the forecast. back to you. if you have plan heading up north even there expect some rain sunday. 59 to 64 this afternoon. sunshine breaking out after couple of patches of drizzle and scattered showers this morning. clearing overnight tonight. cool overnight. 42 to 50. forecast for tomorrow mostly sunny coolest at the coastline. look at the forecast. looks great. thursday and friday. low-to-mid upper 60s at the coast. all eyes on matthew over the weekend especially by sunday. still ahead on "today in new england" robbed in paris. what officials are saying about
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no present at the time. around 2:30 five armed robber dressed as police hit her hotel. according to paris officials three of them handcuffed the loan security guard. while two masked men gagged and bound kardashian. the prize 4 and a half million ring her engagement ring and jewelry box with 5 and a half million more in gems. husband security consult believes the robber knew the hotel layout. >> you think this was inside job. >> yes. easy target. and kardashian may have told them what she was carrying. unharmed but badly shaken turned to new york with extra security. police examine security footage to try find the robbers.
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for five people who rode off on bicycles. >> up next a robbery caught on camera with thieves using a car to smash their way into a store. but we'll let you know what they were after here. >> she looks like any other mom out for walk. wait until you see what she is up to on the streets. the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more.
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join them in voting no on question two. kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare, and i reached across the aisle to protect access to mammograms.
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ayotte you know- and i'm still fighting for you. >> this one a smash and grab at marijuana shop that was caught on camera in washington state. as you take a look that surveillance video you see a car driving through the front of the store and then the thieves run in and take $500 worth of
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they couldn't steal marijuana because they couldn't open the safe. police are still searching for the thieves. . >> a women caught on camera stealing packages why pretending to be a mother. surveillance video shows that the thieve pushing a dog in a stroller. before taking a package and walking off. investigator say she has done the same thing several times. right now police are still searching for the thief. ahead at 9:30 a troubling poll position. cheryl fiandaca investigating a danger that's hiding in plain telephone poles. see those around a lot. and we have to track matthew as well. dangerous across haiti. moving into the bahamas later in the forecast period. and close to the east coast. latest update, ahead. and 4th of july fireworks on the esplenade are here to stay. who will step up to take over
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special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
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>> breaking news. it's a powerful storm making landfall with island nations in the path. where is huricane matthew headed and when could the u.s. feel its force. a 2-year-old run over by her own sister. now police charge her mother. the charges she is facing this morning. >> senator and governor battling it out on the debate stage. >> we go to breaking news here at hurricane matthew has made landfall in haiti. this category 4 storm came ashore this morning. take a look at this. it's a view from space. meteorologist chris lambert is here now with the latest on its track >>meteorologist: >> you can clearly see the eye.
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there of the his span yoela and the dominican over there. a lot of force in terms of producing tropical moisture up the terrains. mud slides also a concern as you get two-feet plus of water. winds 145 miles per hour now. this will track and bend to northwest. if there's been a change that we've seen since yesterday it's consistently the edge that's further and further off to west. that's why most of florida now in the cone. the forecasted cone with path likely close to the east coast of florida and tn carolina coastline and then moves off to the north and east. for us for our forecast it's important what does it do this at this point. does it continue to slide to east-northeast or move more of the north-northeast and up the coastline. confident we'll have rain sunday. potentially heavy as tropical moisture gets pulled up a cold front. that's working non. the tides are low. high tur surf likely here. especially across the southfationing coastline if if
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pending the exact track and closer pack of center of circulation. we'll that more object this on the 7 day forecast ahead. >> stay with 7 as we continue to track matthew. you can keep up anytime if you need. has more. you can also use mobile and tablet apps as well. >> student had to shelter in place. there were reports of armed person in a clown costume and ended up being a hoax. this is not a new sighting either. scary nationwide. including in agiwam. heres victoria warren with more. clown sighting across new england. it's anything but childs play. >> i heard the sirens. and started locking down and evacuating building. that's when it become pretty well quickly. merrimack college lockdown after social media post spread fast about a creepy clown.
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new england all have the same issue. that's very scary. overnight in penn state thousands of student took to the streets some carrying baseball bats after scary clown photo were posted. in swansee people called police about freaky looking clown walking around a mall parking lot. this video was enough to give some nightmares. it was all part of promotion for event in town called scarefest. we in danger. we were trying to make a bad viral video. at merrimack they determined it was a hoax. but no one is laughing about it. >> just irresponsible. it's fire alarm on social media. >> here at merrimack college they ended up evacuating one building. they searched the entire campus. they say they found nothing suspicious. in north andover, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." there are new details about
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sister in new hampshire. mother now facing child endangerment charges. police say the women turned herself in on sunday. the mother admitted she gave her daughter permission to start the car put in reverse by the child by mistake. 2-year-old is expected to be okay. a motorcycle rider charged with hitting a state trooper following a pat's game facing a judge in wrenthem. jose perez rodriquez hit the trooper while riding the wrong a reckless operation. the crash happened in a parking lot outside gillette stadium. police say they tried to stopperes rodriquez for riding eradically. that's when investigators say he sped off along route 1 and hit the trooper. the trooper suffered serious injuries but is expected to be okay. the candidates for senate up in new hampshire facing off last night on the stage for debate. republican senator kelly aiot taking on maggie hassin on a
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and the night also included a question about donald trump with an interesting answer from one of those candidates. let's go to chris anderson tracking the story for us. and it sounds like she's taking back the comments >> there were two answers the initial one and follow up answer. kelly saying that she had a change of heart just hours after her debate on stage with governor maggie hassin. they took part in the televised debate last night as they were running for senator of henry hyde. talked about the issue but talked about presidential candidates. aots stumped when asked if she would consider donald trump a role model for children. >> i think that certainly there are many role models that we have. and i believe he's can serve as president. so absolutely. i would can that. at the end of the day she is still saying she will vote to put donald trump in the situation room with the nuclear
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someone that our children will be exposed to. aot sent out statement retracting what she said about donald trump during the debate. i misspoke tonight while i would hope all children would aspire to be president neither donald trump nor hillary clinton would set a good example. i wouldn't hold them up as a role model for my kids. the race in new hampshire is virtually tied. ew mayor has named an interim police chief as the town's department deals with the missing items from the evidence room. according to the globe paul shastany will serve as interim chief. he served as stotin oo police chief. an announcement come after police chief retired in the wake of the evidence scandal. investigator say nearly 500,000 dollars of guns, drugs and personal property vanished from
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cases due to missing evidence. new this morning. state transportation official say they want to build a new orange line station in maldin. according to the globe this is part of a longer-term transit plan in preparation for the opening of a wynn casino in everett. it would take at least 7 years to build. and would cost between 85 and 95 million. the supreme court denying whitey bulger's appeal. the high court said it will not hear the former appeal. this means his conviction for 11 murders and many other crimes will stand. the 87-year-old former mobster was fugitive for 17 years until his arrest in 2011. todays the last day to see a special flower at the franklin park zoo. it only blooms once every several year. it smells like rotten. it stays in bloom for a day
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breakfast anyone? >> they are 4th of july firework. the orchestra group will be producing this annual independence group celebration. >> david really thought the proper home of the event going forward was with the people who have been there since the beginning the boston pops. we felt that's as well. we came together on that. el look forward to this exciting new cha continuation of a wonderful tradition. it is. so many of those traditions built into that program. they will start taking over production next year. they need to find a corporate sponsor. because to keep it free to the public you have to have someone foot the bill. such an amazing event. we dent don't want to lose it. >> cheryl fiandaca investigates pole problems. >> big honor for rick porcello
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team into the play-offs. >> hopefully he continues that role. taking a look at the forecast for us. all eyes by the weekend will be focused on the matthew.
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four storm has come ashore that happened a couple of hours ago now. but what you look at here some first video of this hurricane. and the storm is on its way toward the u.s. where a state of emergency has already been declared in several areas including the state of florida. this is the strongest hurricane we've seen in some time. >> let's send it over to chris lambert who has been tracking this from the beginning. it made landfall earlier wind of 145 miles per it's moving north at 90. eye has closed up a little bit. it did encounter land so would likely see the that. there's fluctuation in terms of its strength over the next couple of day. we're not expecting it to really wrap buildly decrease in strength or anything like that. category three or four into the bahamas by late this week. by wednesday into thursday morning. then very close to the florida coastline here the east coast of florida by thursday night into friday morning.
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close to the carolina. you notice how wide the cone is by the time we get into sunday. 500 plus miles from one edge to one edge. there's quite a bit of uncertainty. in exact track as we get into the weekend. it all depends on a few factors one how strong is the ridge of high pressure. two, how fast is matthew move and three this cold front what's the orrentation of it if slanted from southwest to northeast. better chance of storm in northeast. if it does line up more south to north, then it gives it room to work further up the east coast. bottom line i do expect to at least get rainfall out of this storm system if not more of a wind impact if that storm that hurricane come closer to new england. plan on the wait-and-see approach regarding forecast. # 2 in boston. e i've had patches of drizzle
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will come on in. i do expect to see brightingening of the sky. high pressure anchors in for several day. he has nice weather before he had to contend with anything tropical. >> for more on the rest of the forecast. over to danielle. nice weather here. starting to feel more fall like. hard to believe only 27 days until halloween. after today really the rain chance not going to be there wednesday, thursday into we are got expecting rain until we head into the weekend. that's when things get a little bit uncertain with matthew. we started the month off of october with some rainy days so far we've picked up about three quarters of an inch of rain. that's a good start. on average for the month of october we get close to 4 inches. last october we were 2.2 inches below average for month. the temperature trend is going up over the next couple of days. to up thor 60s tomorrow.
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degrees o out there. average high temperature right now are in the 60s. but by the end of the month average highs going to drop into the upper 50s and those lows in the low 40s. for the rest of the forecast, kris, back to you. >> we'll see low 40s as you get overnight tonight. cooler suburbs after. cooler day today afternoon temperature low-to-mid 60s. clearing and cool overnight tonight. 50 in boston. low-to-mid 40s in a suburbs. coolest at the coastline. that's the case thursday and friday too. low-to-mid 70s. gorgeous end to the week. can't keep it into the weekend. all eyes will be on matthew. the concern for locally heavy rain sunday to sunday night. if close enough to us we would have to deal with wind and coastal issue as well. tides astronomically low as we head into the weekend. that's one thing we have in our favor. at minimal seeing rough surf and
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especially on south facing shores. thank you. now to some problem polls. utility polls of course they line many of the streets we live on. we drive on them. and we've uncovered there's thousands that could be a problem. cheryl fiandaca found its taking years to get some of them replaced. i thoughtist going to die. i thought that my daughter was going to die. that's what frightened me the most. trapped in the car covered with live wires. sh 3-year-old daughter out of her car seat before the car blew up. >> it literally blew up. all that was left was the frame. it that happened in june of 2013. she was driving on erie street in dorchester, when this utility pole came crashing down into her car. transformer hit the hood which immediately caught fire. inside the car were her young daughter and three others
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it out. i almost lost everything. not just my life but my daughter. >> this was the first time the utility pole came down. three years later a second pole also fell. >> poles have become an issue. they become an issue to a point people's lives are at stake here. city of salem said cities and towns notify the utility companies about dangerous or damaged replaced. they said the wait can be long. >> how long have you been waiting for them to fix it. >> almost two years. if we squawk loud enough they come down and fix it. if we don't yell at them they are not coming. it's a major concern. >> and many times the fix is temporary. and that creates another problem. >> massachusetts department of public utilities is the agency that keeps track of the damaged
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one. double poles. 7news have learned there's more than 30,000 of them on the agency's list. and hundreds of those have been on it for more than ten years. including this one in east boston that was put in place in 2004. >> to be honest with you it's a little bit embarrassing. state representative said the poles are problem there's no penalty that ra slow to fix when you add a new pole you remove the old pole. and if it's a problem, you should figure out a way to deal with that. it seems like it those be crisis situation. that's because for years the massachusetts legislature has been trying to pass bills that would force the you utility poles to replace the double
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destroyed her life. she's filed a lawsuit against the power companies responsible for maintaining the poles. they are not doing anything to prevent this from happening again to someone else. what would have happened if we would have died? >> we contacted the utullility company. they said replacing the pole is complicate because the wire belong to several different power companies and coordinating the transfer to new poles takes time. in the newsroom. i'm cheryl fiandaca. bostonng you can see why it's a problem around here. haven't you seen them. they are just so precarious. >> it's terrifying. it's 9:49. we have the latest on tom brady's return. his teammates pretty much staying mum on the quarterbacks return to gillette.
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in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from ecome another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
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>> have you seen tom yesterday today? >> i haven't seen him yet. >> i haven't seen him. >> is he here today? >> i can't answer that question. did you really expect anything different from the well coached patriots. even on the day tom brady returns from his four-game deflate gate suspension bill belichick's team was not sharing details. but brady was last night in his weekly interview on it's great to be back in the building. great to be back to work. it's been a long four week. i'm excited to started on preparation for cleveland. i'm anxious for the week ahead. i want to get back out on practice field. here's what i love to do. now i have an opportunity to do it. are you starting quarterback this week or third on the depth chart. >> those decisions aren't up to me. you know that. the red sox are back in the play off ready to send the reining
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month rick porcello to the mound on thursday night. indians will counter trevor bauer. >> the best-of-five series begin thursday night at 8:08. then is series shifts sunday afternoon at 4:08 about the time the patriots/browns game is over. we'll look at celtics tonight when they open preseason a mullen center umass amhearst. >> we show you a get away with music history. >> how you can sleep a fab 4 recorded some of their greatest hit. high pressure for say. we have nice weather ahead of us. by the weekend we have to track
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>> air b and b giving people the chance toly lie a beatle. they offer once in a lifetime to have a studio. mark ronson hosting a competition to spend next saturday night inside the famgs recording studio a bed will be placed in the room where the beatles recorded many hit songs. they have to tell air b and b where their gave rae song is and why. >> you think of places in the uk
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up thursday. that would be nice; wouldn't it? >> a little bit of history. probably jamming away on the drums. am drizzle around this morning. otherwise sunshine breaking out. all eyes on matthew as it moves closer to coastline and then up the coast over the weekend. weather it impacts us with wind or not. pending the exact track. we'll keep an eye on that. regardless of we're due for rainfall locally heavy on sunday. enjoy your morning. i'm christa delcamp. i'm sarah french. have a great morning. hopefully we'll see you back
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c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily, or serious, sometimes fatal bleeding. don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers, a history of bleeding in the brain, or severe liver problems. tell your doctor about bleeding, new or unexpected shortness of breath, any planned surgery, and all medicines you take.
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if you can't afford your medication, astra zeneca may be able to help. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm fighting for yours, too.
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this morning on "today's take," new details of kim kardashian held at gunpoint. and megan boone about to reveal a big secret. plus, it's taco tuesday. we are celebrating national taco day. all that, and more, coming now. in are from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning, october 4th. billy bush with al and tamron. we are on the second floor of a two-story complex. something very creepy is moving around outsize the plaza and it


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