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the morning hours. visibility less than a mile. in many areas. other than the fog and mist, nothing significant to show you here on the radar. but if we zoom on out just a little bit not too far away there batch another round of showers through new york and down into new sears watch the pattern here the loop that's kinds of heading in this general direction we will late morning to early afternoon another round of some showers possibly another half an inch on top now, after the rain clears out. the winds starts to pick up. gusty winds and winds advisory in effect from 8:00 this evening until afternoon hours tomorrow. temperature wise low to mid 60s off to very warm start. but this will one those days where number actually fall as we head into afternoon hours. so 60s this morning but 50s this afternoon showers likely midday and then becoming windy this evening. talk about when tries out and how cool it will get coming up in a few minutes.
see from behind rain making some streets >> there was one driver in worcester who even had to climb up on the top of carcass water levels kept rising. we take a closer look. >> chaotic scene in worcester after flash flood left most of the streets in the city completely filled with water >> it is so flooded you can't go left right or straight there several reports of people being trapped in their cars getting stuck to 4 t5 like isaac. >> i see there too much. i try reverse my car shut off. my car fill up with weather. i was thinking it was going to drain out. but i am thinking drive it to tomorrow. >> he stood on top his car to get out stripping down to his underwear after being drenched. not far away bridge down cambridge street was filled water six feet high. >> shocking. shocking. my husband has the scanner on
all over the city. it is like this they said. roads all over the city impassible because of the flash floods. city officials in worcester are warning people to stay off of the roads. saying that the flooding also lifting manhole covers. people who live here's a looking on at the high waters they never seen before. >> how long have you been living here? >> 30-something years >> have have you ever seen something like this? >> not this bad. 7news today. in new >> now turning to developing story young boy hit by car in is august gas and dragged 40 feet across street it happened last night. police say boy and his mother were in crosswalk when that boy was struck by the car. he -- it dragged him into near by parking lot. he was taken to the hospital his condition is not known at this time. >> right now investigators are working still to piece together what led to a chilling construction collapse in boston's south end. two workers killed tragically
flood trench they were working in h morning dartmouth street very active scene as crews work to clean up ask investigators try to figure out how this all happened. >> we have the very latest. >> in in cell phone video you can see man on ground trying to reach into the hole but it is completely filled with rushing water. when firefighter arrived on scene just minutes, dare mouth street was already flooded. water squirting out of ground we could see the workers kind of two construction workers were killed after water main broke flooding two men trapped in trench 12 to 15 feet deep. it looks like somehow a pipe must have broke. and they unfortunately, they were not able to get themself out of the hole. you know it is sad >> it happened outside brown stone on dartmouth street in boston south end private construction crew was working in the trench other workers tried escape but it was too late.
cancal trying to get planks out. >> we were run around in panic like with arms all over their heads and stuff. >> mayor sent out statement that his thoughts and prayers are with the familys it is sad. you know construction is dangerous field. >> it is terrible. you know? that you have to work so hard and these accidents have to happen you know. i mean it shouldn't happen to know one. >> 7news today in new england and this morning we are learning more about the company where those employees worked according to organization has a troubled past. they even faced thousands of dollars in fines. seven has more for you. >> note deepest sympathies from the neighbors along with bouquet of flowers hangs on the door of the atlantic drain service. one of those lop long time employee no who was grandfather. >> it was track i can thing that just happened. okay. everybody that he works with him. and always of his friends me
other an employee only been with the company a short time. >> i am in shock. i just -- i am lost for words. it is so hard you know. >> check of records shows atlantic drain service has five violation from occupational safety and health administration since 2006. most recent in september of 2015, the company was cited for two repeat violations involving underground construction safety. one of them for not having a required rescue team. the other citation for improper safety instruction included underground evacuation plans. for violations, since 2007 or shah fined atlantic drain 95,600. >> i am alex. today in new england. >> and now election day just 17 days away. and suspicous substance was mailed to the clinton campaign headquarters in new york. police say the campaign workers
white the powder on friday those are expose allowed to return home after they were med three evaluated. officials say this was not harmful substance. nypd and u.s. secret service now investigating. meanwhile presidential push nearing its end now both candidates kicking things into high gear focussing on though keys battle ground states. seven has more on their game plan. >> we have a bunch of babies running our country folks. we have a bunch of losers. they are they are babies. sharp elbow donald trump shrugging aside sagging polls numbers and vowing lust will through the final stretch. fresh polling shows donald trump struggling in states that were once solidly republican. chris for newport university poll puts hillary clinton up 12 points in virginia. 45 percent to 33%. and in atlantic journal constitution poll shows troupes with narrow 2-points lead in georgia 44% to 42 percent. bill clinton was last democratic
hillary clinton, speaking in ohio friday as her campaign releases a hard hitting new ad featuring gold star father chan. . . khan. >> trump on the campaign trail in north carolina. penny werthner while vice president joy biden had strong opinion about the republican nominee for president. >> press always asked me don't i wink were debating him. no i wish we were high school and i could take him behind the gym. >> 7news today in new england. >> 7news now turning to a powerful and organized hack attack there were major websites like twitter netflix and amazon all disrupted right no f.b.i. homeland security are getting involved in this trying take track down whoever behind that cry bevere breach. we have a close look. >> the powerful so if i case the cyber attacks came wave after wave friday interinternet and at
u.s., unable to load popular websites like twitter. netflix, and amazon. papal and a long list of others. this attack was aimed at dime tech company based in new hampshire. they have internet switch board that allows people to connect websites. it crippled dos. so called address book for the internet essentially overloading. >> what we know is that a cyber criminal group or group of where they had web traffic and they funneled all of that traffic at particular company dyn. the hack will cost mayor cooperation dearly. too early to tell who responsible bull south am based upon methods and the magnitude. it may be russian in oregon. one senior u.s. intel against official and other veriber experts tell us this is a class inning case of the internet
groups that can launch these types attacks we got make sure that would have resilient network that able to withstand these types of probes in with largest outage northeast. second wave spread west. tens of millions couldn't check their banking accounts. or log on to local news sites. in los angeles, epic enter active sent home employees with papal and twitter down, nobody could work >> i think we should be concerned because, you know it is one thing when therett it seems like the company involved can't fix it. >> with dime saying it is fighting very well planned attacks case of cyber warfare comes just beat of the also. experts say, we are in unchartered territory. >> jonathan hall. seven knees today in new england >> still to come this morning on 7news today in new england being wait until you see this video here. massive fire burning up a recycling plants in california this one is huge. what made it even tougher for
rain and another round of wind. ask then some much cooler weather. i will so you how low we go. >> and also ahead lawrence man accused of assaulting a teen will go before and judge and another victim has come forward. >> we are going one-on-one to see who is superior swalleder. >> make you support the head. >> diaper, car seat. we are doing it all
last night home depot parking lot picture taken by 7news viewer up in nashua new hampshire water so high in that parking lot almost above many of wheels in the vehicles in some spots there. so, you really want to be careful when you are out and about. let's take live look outside to show you the condition we are looking at. can you guess where we i can see the -- well, it looks miserable outside. it is gloomy foggy ride in. >> do they make fog -- that would be cool. can we come up with one of those? that would multi million dollar invention if you could figure that out. we are expecting a little bit more rain as we head into the late morning and early afternoon hours. mention record in worcester. concorde also set record just over three inch. nashua expecting probably about
rain in general, about quarter to maybe as much as half of an inch of rain expected on on to of what we already got yesterday. and as we head through the rest of the day today and as you can kind of tell it is generally central and western mass that are likely to get more rain today. and those are areas that got some heaviest rain yesterday we will keep close eye on flooding issues because ground is already saturated won't take much more that with leafs covering the storm drains. 64 in police plymouth. >> off to really warm start in 59 woulder normal high temperature for this time of year already there but today going to one those unusual days where it is warmer in the morning than it will be in the afternoon temperatures will actually fall as we head throughout the day. if i zoom on it you get idea if you look over towards new york over towards great lakes temperatures in 30s p 40s. that's the incoming air. we got 620s but air coming in is
air will be with us for really entire week. it is warmer now than it will be at any point day or night for rest of the coming weeks. winds currently are light or calm and that's part of the reason we got fog out there. later on this morning winds will start to pick up. that should help visibility a little bit. but we are expecting the wind gusts to get over 40 to 50 miles an hour. combine that with wet leafs still on the trees. wouldn't take much for branchs start falling down. so that's going to be our next issue once we get next round of rain. radar right you no picking up on much there some mist and drizzle, but batch of some slightly heavier rain as we get over new york pennsylvania counsel new jersey. and, this is heading in this general direction. we will take few hours to get here but thinking, probably late morning to early afternoon. so middle part of the day. some rain, could be some pockets of slightly heavier stuff mixed in there but not expecting the incredible a. rain we had yesterday. that's tapers off as we head
cold air starts to rush in. we could see some snow showers in the green mountains. not expecting anything in immediate be channel seven view area but snow up north and higher elevations. winds continue as we head into overnight hours. moment day today snoechltd win gust 40 to 50. will common tonight. through most of the day tomorrow. temperature wide we fall from 60s to 50s only in 50s spore sunday and monday will be lucky to hit 50 tuesday da, wednesday and thursday afternoon with overnight temperatures well down into 30s. and we will have bundle up tuesday wednesday and thursday. wanted nice extendeded fall >> you are asking for a lot. >> clearly i am. still ahead fringe for local woman couldn't worry chris stepped with solve it seven and fixed her icy problem. we try. rehe >> look at this chemical cloud. this is houvering over kansas. what triggered this dangerous
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powerful storms. >> this is 77 news today in new england. good morning you hope your saturday off great start. thank you for make us part of your day. >> so we saw that serious flooding last night but fortunately think today some chaumer conditions this morning. but oh take a look outside. it you checked outside of the your window you may have seen this just haze and the fog. and you said gloomy day. not best day. i do ink this fog but it not bright sunny afternoon we expect being another round of rain middle part of the day today. could get another half an inch on off to what we already seen. worcester kind of bull eye for some of the heavyism rain record breaking with over four inches unofficially reports of as much as over five accomplishes. and boston low gone, just over an inch but many areas getting 2 to 3 inches of rain just hour times yesterday in as you sol from our cam that heavy rain
couple spots where the visibility is less than mile and again i do think the fog visibility issue will improve a little bit. later on this morning but does not mean sun going to come out and is all sudden it will be bright day. we will tracking another rounds of rain. radar right now just picking up on some mists some drizzle and again that fog. here or there but if i zoom on out. i do have some showers with some embedded slightly heavier rain from new york down to new jersey. and then dem aware in and that round of rain is heading in general direction so timing wise thinking, mid to late -- mid to late morgue into earlier part of wrap noon. and when that clears out. winds start to pick up. so after we get through the rain, the next issue will be winds advisory and that goes from this evening until tomorrow afternoon. temperature wuz we are in 60s off to really warm start but it will one those days where numbers actually fall as we head into afternoon. so we will go from 6206s this morning down to 50s this afternoon. we at that buck when things dry out coming up in few minutes. sore who wild weather it is a
northeast. heavy rain soaking sports that are already dealing with droughts but the issue is not it is too much rain it is just that came way too fast >> ground can't absorb it fast enough then we get flooding. and as drought still despite rain continues. we have more. >> in northeast, a much needed soaking has turned fatal. >> flash flooding in central pennsylvania, left at least one dead and nearly two dozen needing rescued. and in new york, a steady pounding from mother nature. but all it rain building for months. the below normal precipitation created worth drought across northeast more than decade. and conditions that could last through the out winter. as just latest part of the country to be hit with water shortage >> upstate new york existing re deck sthal wells are dry. . leaving some homeowners desperate. without the dug wells they have no water source. >> so, they are only option is to for us to come in and drill
conditions an emergency pipeline being built to pump water. new jersey, reservoirs and streams extremely low. and in massachutes, the situation is so serious, farmers are being forked pick cranberries by hand >> it probably are down about four feet. so, it has been difficult trying to harvest this year. >> 7news today in new england. >> 7news now turning our focus to lawrence where man is facing some chilling charges accused kidnapping, and raping a lawrence teenager second alleged victim coming forward in this case. seven steve cooper pass highway very latest. >> doing his bent to duck out of sight. angel facing judge in lawrence district court. charged raping and kidnapping 13 year old dwirl. >> i am sick it about. i think it is the disgusting. according to prosecutors the 21 year old suspect carried middle school students into his apartment. then sexual legal assaulted her as she was on her way to cool
week. and thought she was 18. police were quickly indicate tracking device. as pretrial condition. that was connectioned to his arrest back in april. on charges of extortion. and disseminating obscene material. i am really word read about my grand tay daughter. she has asked asperger. she very fringe friendly child. >> police say 27 year old woman last come forward identifying him as the her back in may in lawrence >> young man that obviously is enticing women >> do you have anything to say at all? >> his family left the courthouse without comment. while extra police are now place outside of the school. just so every one feels a little guy has to be out of his mind to do something like that. steve cooper. 7news today in new england.
and on the mend and now he is sharing his story and showing us his injuries. we have more. >> the bullet actually right here. >> up right. shirt. juan lopez reveal where stray bullet tore through his skin and lodged in his left shoulder. it felt horrible. just felt like -- it feel like fire. burning you. >> 13 year old says he was sitting on his bed watching tv wednesday night when he heard gun shots ring out at neighbor he says several bullets struck his home and then one burst through wall this his bedroom ripped hole in his pillow and hit him. i got up the from floor. and i ran to my mom's room and i fainted. >> the people in the park took off. but police say witness i.d.ed the shooter as 19 year old christian garcia after everett. alleged gang member who goes by the name pumba. court paperwork there is a claim that garcia had problem with someone in the area and threatened on social immediate
people cant even be safe in their own homes. it is crazy. why are you going to shooting are in park for? >> that's kids playgrounds. >> prosecutor say detective found in garcia clothing that matched the gun used in the shooting. meantime the bill let struck juan still in his shoulder. >> he says, he exercising i had arm and trying to get back movement. grateful he survived the violence. >> thank god i am still here. >> 7news today in new england. lucky young man. two men are appearing in court after committing cruel crime in salem. 23 year old john rich xird and a 20 year old lawrence gillman accused using fire work to blow up the rainbow times newspaper box back in august. rainbow times is the largel lgbt newspaper in i enkhestseg. it was caught on this you surveillance video which helped police eye dive those two men and eye eventually led to their arrest they were originally
there no evidence that it was indeed a hate crime. the people who run the newspaper say that they respect that conclusion. >> we stand hate crimes any case are very difficult to prove. and so, we agreed with the police and charges were being brought because it is very important to us that would now they are held accountable. for they did. police say that that same newspaper box has been vandalized several times in the past. >> and s.u.v. flips over belmont street in two people had to be taken out on stretches brought to hospital but they are expected to be snovenlg police say s.u.v. was pulling out be parking lot when it hit another car and that caused to roll over and then land upside down. >> and two people had to be rushed to the hospital with serious injuries when it driver crashed into a tree this happening in rochester new hampshire. police say driver lost control of his truck drove off of the road and then smashed into the tree. boat driver and the passenger though are expected to be okay. >> developing story now that we
california continue to battling a fire in recycling the plants and they did so well into the night this was huge fire. the plant stores wooden pallets so it made tough to put out the fire. because of the wooden pallet catching fire so quickly that fire is contained now but expected to burn for some time. >> the areas mostly industrial however there are few homes near by. officials issued smoke advisory as a result. >> and in kansas. this is pretty scary to look at here. more than 60 people treated breathing problems after the chemical spill created this cloud on friday morning. two chemicals in spill mixeded together creating that clout that spread across the street. this smog eventually disappeared but several schools and some businesses were evacuated as a precaution. >> forces moving into fight isis. iraqi troops are around nine miles from mosul today they are aiming to retake the city from isis. operation part of a massive offendive lawned on monday and
two years ago. it is expected to take weeks if not months. texas man steals truck and leads police on high speed chase this all happening through residential neighborhood during morning rush hour. he drove waffle another county about 40 miles away. police eventually able to close in on him after he made u turn. no reports of any injuries. >> still ahead this morning on 7news today in new england being tracking technology times this interesting for parents to watch. just how long it is o what this new report is revealing. also ahead, funny man bill murray taking his spot at the podium. he is talking baseball and white house briefing. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose,
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i am in that was yours. >> no. i was hoping would you finish it. i was waiting for clever pun. >> well speaking thunder there was plenty thunder last night and someone stole our sunshine today we continue to drovy weather got held of charles regatta all weekends long. best chance of rain is middle part of the day. it should be okay and i do think the heaviest winds will hold off until after the events are over for today. biggest issues might be tomorrow moin gusts 40 to 45 even 50 miles an hour. we got some youth races tomorrow morning so that could be the biggest problem weather wise strong wind gusts. 63 currently in boston. same number more wood. 62 in beverly but if you look off to the west here. notice the blue colors the 40s and that is the incoming air. so today we will be one of those days where the temperatures actually fall. it is warmer now that it will be this afternoon. it is warmer now than at any point in coming weeks.
currently, winds are light even calm out through and that's part of the reason we have the fog. wind will pick up later on today. so that should help visible issues we have through. i do think the fog will improve slightly between about 10:00 and 11 --. not expecting to be bright beautiful day. then, later on this evening. win gusts really start to pick up. by dinner time or shortly there after that's when we are expecting wind gusts up to around 30 miles an hour. then overnight tonight into tomorrow. winds gusts 50 miles an hour with some higher gusts possible in higher elevations of worcester hills and that continues through most of the day tomorrow. so it will be really kinds ever windy day. tomorrow. on radar right now, nothing significant locally bust ran start roll in here. later on this morning. timing wise thinking probably late morning to early afternoon. so midday will be the best chance of rain. that tapers off later on this evening and cold air starts to rush in with that.
white mountains of vermont and new hampshire. that is expecting that to in multiple sclerosis. but up north and higher elevations, snow showers not out of the question. so gives you idea of how cool incoming air is and again it will breezy. if not down right windy later on today and definitely windy by tomorrow morning. sky clear out tomorrow afternoon. but wind remains and temperatures look at that. 60s this morning down to 50s this afternoon. >> and we will be lucky to hit 50 degrees tay thursday. with overnight temperature does down to 30s it is question that so no parents ask and onnest --. but the answer may not be what you expect. because well lot of think probably doing wrong when comes to this experts are releasing some new guidelines when comes to immediate were and screen time for kids and how technology that you share with whole family could be changing. >> in virginia one afternoon,
emery were face timing grandma and grandpa. now, considered good screen time >> our family motto kind of everything in moderation. you know you want have well rounded kid. and you can't keep them away from technology. you know you can't keep it away from them. for nearly 20 years speed rush than no clean time for kids under two. but in world of tablets cell phones computers and tvs, the academy adjusting some guidelines. for children under 18 months, video chatting fine. but no other sn >> if you want start troogz media that's fine. but use to together with your child. and choose really good media. here why. researchers lafayette college found that starting at 17 months, children can start recognizing faces. and learning over video chats. >> toddlers learn from meaningful interaction with people who are social relationship with them >> for kids 2 to 5 years old the academy now recommends no more
more but they need an hour of exercises as well. families should establish media free time together. like dinner. no devices within an hour before bed. >> when kids consume media, even infants, the late into the hours of the day, they have later sleep on set and fewer hours of sleeper night. >> academy says that screen time should not replace a babysitter. it should not be used for that but if used wisely it can h >> if they came to my house, oh man! . my kids are -- honestly i think they are this learn lot of tablets. about some guilty pressures but we like what story said. that dinner time you set that special time or phones to ipads and everything goes away. >> i here come play ipad. >> and ease some nuggets. oh man well studding ahead. the they are back and they are
with -- >> i will pick up more. i had couple long answers there. you know usually a problem with me. just going on and on and on. >> bill usual estate point wrapping up friday press conference all if good fun. owning mie for nearly 30 minutes nothing off limits for bill talking paul brown to bill russel and even mick jack ger done get twisted here. his focus lies down shutting down steelers offense led by landry jones and not corbettth ben roethlisberger. nine players are limited as questionable. inincluding jamie collins who missed bengals game with an injury. he says life whole lot easier when colins is out there on the field, too. >> it is lot more fun. you know having jamie out there. a lot of times, you know, we
together. you usual leer take front of or and he tax care of secondary. some times jamie just like you go ahead and make the calls i will play off of you. and, you know it helps having him out there he does everything. so makes a lot easier for me. so, any time can i have him out there with me i am 100% happy. >> three night two >> practice yes utilities with general soreness. >> and he originally suffered during season opener thursday. and questionable for tonight's game against the canadian. and boston college set retire luke's number this afternoon. eagle hosting syracuse at the hike. that's it for sports we will see you live tonight from pittsburgh. at 6:00, 10 sent and 11:00 have great day. >> >> bill murray talking baseball. but not in field. why the actor stopped by a press
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up to still dangerous flooding conditions after bought heavy rain last night. tragic accidents in south end of construction site. two men trapped and died after water main break. >> backtracking kurt shilling saying undecide about whether or not he will make run against elizabeth warren and federal officials trying to figure out who behind cyber attack if knocked out dozens of prominent
england. we want get straight babing news and worcester. section people including two children had to be rescued from home on approximately lam street they were taken area hospital. their injuries are not believed to be serious. firefighters responding to that home just after 5:30 this morning. they found heavy flame shooting out of the third floor and now investigators are trying to figure out exactly what started the fire. >> good morning. welcome to 7news. >> and we want turn our attention to the weather because many areas including flooding issues last night into morning hours. round of severe weather stormed through massachutes and new hampshire overnight. bringing with it some fierce flooding heavy win and even thunner and lightning we have some more video for you to look at this morning. where cars were barely able to get through rising waters. streets turning into rivers and there were also power outages as a result. for the time being most of those floodwaters are receding. but we could be in for some more
now. no there not much to see. that should be the bridge. but you can see all of that fog and all of that haze definitely just a gloomy morning. rob you said it is just going to continue throughout the day. yes. i do think they visible will improve a little bit later on this morning but to does not mean it it is goings to be bright beautiful sunny day. and as you were mentioning worcester really hard hit last night unofficially over five inches of rain. officially airport record brea than got over the entire summer combined. lots of reports twitter indicating 1, 23 inches were pretty common across all of massachutes with that heavy rain, saturating ground as could you can imagine visible not great. as we just showed you visible not great. i do think visible will improve about 10:00 or 11:00 but that's about time our next rounds of rain will move. right now just kind of mist or drizzle but barely to our west. and another round of some showers that should roll through
so midday we will is an another round of rain. then after the rain tapers off the winds start to pick up. temperature wise go low to mid 60s but it will one of those days where numbers actually fall we go from 60s down 50s. midday showers and then, wind which weather tonight into tomorrow. we will talk more about rest of the seven day forecast coming up few minutes >> can we want to begin with more of that wild weather. heavy are independent lightning down pours all providing soggy start to the weekend. look right there. our photographer caught one driver in worcester who actually had climb on top of his car. as those water levels just began to rise and then another 7news viewer caught this car stranding in the water. this also happening in worcester you can see more than half of that car under the water and all made for very long night and many parts of the state especially worcester where some very dents never seen anything like this before. seven has very latest.
after flash flood left most of streets in city completely filled with water >> it is so flooded you condition go left right or straight there several reports tranned in their cars. getting stuck in 4 to 5 feet of water. like isaac who just trying to make it home. >> i see there too much. i try reverse my car my car shut off. my car fill up with water. so i was thinking it was going to drain out. i i am thinking drive it stripping down to his underwear after being drenched. not far away bridge down cambridge filled water six feet high >> shocking. shocking. my husband has the scanner on. and it is all over the city. all over the city it is like this. >> roads all over the city impassible because of the flash floods. city officials in worcester are warning people to stay off of the roads saying that the flooding also lifting manhole covers. people who live here's a looking
never seen before. >> how long have you been living here? >> 30-something years >> have you ever seen anything like this? >> not this bad. >> 7news today. in new england. >> also on 7news young boy is hit by car in saugus dragged 40 feet across street this happening last night. police say boy and his mother were crosswalk when the boy was struck and then dragged into near by parking lot. that boy was taken to mass general hospital right now we don't know how >> 7news now turns tragedy south wend with construction workers were killed after they were trapped in the trench following a water main break. the hole they were in started filling up water very quickly. matter of moments other workers tried desperately to help them there was nothing they could do. we have team seven coverage this morning. >> in in trel phone video man on ground trying to reach into the hole but it is complete he
>> when firefighter arrived on scene and just minutes dartmouth street was already flooded. >> water was squirting out of the ground and we could see the workers kinds of running around in a pan object. two construction workers were killed after water main broke flooding two men trapped in trench. 12 to 15 feet deep. it looks like somehow a pipe must have broke. they unfortunately, they weren't able to get themselves out of the hole. >> you know it is sad? >> it happened o boston's south end. private construction crew working in french when water started to come in. other workers escaped and tried to rescue the two men but it was too late. they running in around pan like. mayor sent stay that his thoughts prayers are with the familys. >> it is sad. i mean construction a dangerous feel. >> it is terrible. you know?
happen. you know? i mean, it shouldn't happen to know one. >> 7news. today in new england. this morning reare learning who about company involved it has been cited federal investigator number of time. leading up to yesterday's collapse. our team seven coverage continues with alex. >> note deepest sympathies from the neighbors along bouquet of flowers hang on the door of the atlantic drain service. one of those lost long tim >> it is tragic thing that just happened. okay. everybody he works with is -- and all of his friends and me included we are devastated about the whole then. >> the other an employee who only been with the company a short time. >> i am in shock. i just -- i am lost for words. it is so hard. >> check of records shows the atlantic drain service five violations from the administration since 2006.
2015, the company was cited for two repeat violations involving underground construction safety one them not having a required rescue team. the other citation for improper safety instruction including underground evacuation plans. for the violations since 2007 they were fined $95,600. i am alex. today in new england. question boy hit by the stray bullet while his chelsea bedroom is still recovering at home. city officials including city manager thomas and police chief bryan visited the family this their bellingham street home. it is where bullet ripped right through. juan lopez bedroom wall. you see where it hit him. and he describes the terrifying experience an and making plea for less violence in park next to his home.
it felt like fire. just like burning you. people can't even safe in their own homes. like it is just crazy. like why you are going to shooting are in park for? don't make sense n that's kids playground. young man okay. 19 christian garcia charged in the shooting he being held without bail. >> now to our countdown to the election just 17 days left in campaign. the presidential push nearing i had ends both candidates kicking things into high gear. focussing on the key battle donald trump and hillary clinton are trading more jabs on the trail as they try to win over undecided voters. here seven's report. >> we have a bunch of babies running our cun tree horseses. testimony they babies. sharp elbow donald trump is shrugging aside his sagging poll numbers and vowing to hustle through the final stretch. fresh polling shows donald trump struggling in states that were once solidly republican. christopher newport university
45 precent to 33%. and in atlantic journal constitution pole show twrooum narrow 2-point lead in georgia. 44% to 42 precent. bill clinton last democratic to win georgia back in 1992. hillary clinton speak in ohio friday as her campaign releases a hard hitting new ad featuring gold star father khan. >> >> trump on campaign trail i while vice president joed by hen a strong opinion about the republican nominee for the president. press always asked me don't i wish i was debating him in no i wish we are in high school and i could take him behind the gym that's what i wish. >> 7news today in new england >> and there are a lot of early voters out there according to cnn nearly three and half million people have already cast their ballots. >> and still ahead this morning on 7news today in new england
putting side his camera to race to the rescue of two kittens. and get them out of that fire. >> you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks
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places. and chris, we were just talking about how fast that weather came in last night. rain is gone. but fog actually you can see the bridge in that. it is clearing up. rob has been talking about fog will burn off. and look like, it is starting come together. we can actually see bridge right now. winds pick up later this morning i do think visible will improve a little bit not going bright beautiful day by any means but it should be better later this morning than it was earlier this morning. expecting another round of rainfall mened worcester concorde new hampshire also set record over three inches yesterday. nashua likely pick up another 1-third of an inch today and general. about quarter to half an inch on top of what we have already seen. coming our way a little bit later >> with unfortunately. some of heavier in the area central western massachutes. that got some heavyism rain just yesterday. right now we got 64 in boston. but if i zoom on out. notice we got 60s from aabout the up to maine. but not too far away the you can
40s. that's the incoming air that's the colder air that's medded this way. right winds are pretty calm. and if not dead calm. and that's part of the reason we got fog but winds will start to i can up later on today. and then down ride windy and gusty overnight tonight. into tomorrow. other than that the fog. the mist and drizzle the really light stuff that's out there right now radar pretty quiet. but just off the screen here, we do have another batch of some showers here. part of upper l that will roll through here. later on today. timing wise thinking, kind of midday. late morning to early part of the afternoon is with we could see some showers. 1 or 2 heavier shores are not out of the questions but we will not see lightning storms and real down pours we got yesterday. in other words not expecting another 3 or 4 or 5 inches of rain. that taper off this evening. cold air rushes in. how cold? the cold enough we could actually see some snow showers
not expecting that in massachutes. but again parts of higher elevation vermont and new hampshire could see that. skies clear out tomorrow afternoon. despite that though temperature tomorrow will kinds of struggle. and it remains windy for good bit of the day with gusts on order of 40 to 50 mile per hour likely late tonight and into the daytime tomorrow. so, 206s this morning falling 50s this afternoon. 50s tomorrow. we will be lucky to degrees both tuesday wednesday and thursday. overnight temperatures will be well below 30s even some upper 20s in. well below normal for time of the year. next chance of rain coming our way on friday. >> rob thank you. >> well former red sox starter kurt shilling apparently hit brake on possible run for the u.s. senate against liz bill warren earlier this week he told rhode island radio station quote i have made my decision. i am going to run.
saying it is the decision that he will make with his family. >> if it is a decision i do decide to go forward with it will be complete family decision. when you look at -- i think state of politics now conservative families are fair game. and, i don't know that they want to be put through that and i don't know that i would want to put them through that. that discussion has not been finalized yet. that's right. wife always has final say shilling of course, led read socks to victory in 2004 wor series. but he has been under fire in recent years force hers politics and his opinion. losing i had job espn earlier interest year posting trans gender community. >> still come this morning on 7news today in new england two men both 12340z called to court accused of a cruel crime in salem. but up first massive hack attack shuts down internet access for several prominent websites. what experts say it means for
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her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible . are now getting involved after powerful and organized cyber attack where several major websites including twitter netflix and am don were all affected. so far there are no known suspect or motive behind it attack. seven has more. >> the powerful is he if i case
at least six countries but mostly here in the u.s. unable to load popular websites like twitter. netflix and amazon payal and long list of others. attack was aimed dime tech company based manchester new hampshire. serves internet switch board and allows people to connect to websites. it crippled dns or domain name service. so-called address book for internet. essentially overlocked it. what we group or a group of people, created the opportunity where they had web traffic and they funneled all of that traffic at particular company. dyn. the hack will cost mayor koopgs dearly. too responsible. but some say based upon the methods and the magnitude, it maybe russian in oregon win
vandalism and likely not state sponsored. there are home of the people that can lawn these types attacks we got make sure we have a resilient network that able to withstand these types of probes with large em out outage northeast. second wave spread west. tens million con check their banking accounts. or log on to local news sites. >> in los angeles, epic interactive sent home employees with papal and twitter down, nobody could work. >> i think we should be because you know it is one when entire goes by and seems like the company involved can't fix it. >> with them saying mutliple very well planned takes. case of cyber warfare comes just before the election is. . experts says we are in unchartered territory. >> jonathan hall. 7news today in new england. >> well critical personal or financial information was lost. but does show how vulernable servers can being experts say
fix. thieves find another way there >> they try stayed ahead but we got keep fighting back against it. still ahead here avenue 7news our area not the only one getting hit hard by the recent rough weather. many states are dealing with rain as well. and it is too much rain too fast. >> plus a little girl becoming a viral super hero. after she dresses as super girl. for her school photo. that story up ex. andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we
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for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte
is not the questioning laughs smiles across internet. super girl parents say their overwhelm support from deaf community. calling her an inspiration >> being deaf isn't necessarily disability. that you still able to go out there and show -- be is yourself be creative. she condition hear the letter s that's why to her superman issuperman she don't let proudly shows off her hearing aids and even know sign language another all support she has one thing to say. >> can you say thank you. >> thank you. >> she is just a cute. so picture was roerj leap pod on red it within 12 hours it had 700 comments. and if i could get my kids to smile like that in photo i won't care what they are wearing. i have got twins i get one smile and other one does not. getting them to both to smile. >> that's tough work. >> coming up next half an hour
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three decker on pell lam street just after 3530 -- when got there they found heavy flames shooting out of third floor. in back of the building no one is believed to be seriously hurt. >> and welcome back. >> we will have rest of the stories we just telling you about lot more straight ahead on 7news today in new england but we want stay in worcester because there were some very serious situation weather the are the there yesterday question some flooding rain. let's go over to rob with a peak of that forecast. because there is mor store rob? yes check out much worcester had overnight hours. officially over 230 i record for them say thing back in 1995. but there were reports of over five inches of boston, just over an inch, but many areas getting 23 or 4 inches across massachutes. yesterday and as you can imagine with that heavy rain and late evening hours. we got some patchy fog out there right now. it is dense in spots meyer areas seeing visibility less than
improve in hour or two but it is not going to break out all of sudden be nice sunny day in fact if you look at the dollar just off to screen here there are some showers that will be moving in here. so get rid of the fox. then we add some showers. during the middle part of the day and once we get rid of the rain it is starts to get windy. with gusts up around 40 to 50 miles an hour likely overnight tonight. and then into tomorrow. temperature wise kinds of warm and muggy almost feels like august. but this will one of those days where numbers actually fall so 067 we will are 50s this nav >> continuing our coverage of this wild weather there were other parts of the northeast. also dealing with heavy rains. giving much of areas that were under that drought some hope but issue for so many places is that it just was too much rain and happened way too fast. come down quicker than ground could absorb. proving to problem as the drought continue despite all of that rain. seven.
soaking has turned fatal. >> flash flooding central pennsylvania, left at least one dead and nearly two dozen needing rescued. and new york steady pounding from mother nature. bull a rain won't be enough to reverse drought that he been building for months. below normal precipitation has created worst drought across the northeast more than a decade. and conditions that could last throughout the winter. as just latest part of the country to be hit with water shortages >> in upstate new york existing resident sthal wells are dry. leg desperate. without the doug wells they have no batter source. oh, they are only option is to for us to come in and drill them a well. in connecticut where 89 percents of state under the severe drought conditions. emergency pipeline being built to pump in water. new jersey, reservoires and streams are extremely low. >> and in massachutes, the situation is so serious, farmers are being forced pick cranberries by hands >> it probably are down about four feet. so, it has been difficult trying
>> 7news today in new england >> pretty serious situation there. by the way more than half of the northeast under some sort of drought. and the good news is the most severe areas will see the heaviest amounts of rain going this weekend and while that water may put smaller dent into the problem it is not going to be enough to quench the historic drought. >> also this morning. man in lufr represents facing some chilling charges after the violent sexual assault in vofling students. details prompting schooling system. to take action. seven steve cooper their warnings. >> and doing his best duck out of site angel facing judges in lawrence district court. charges raping and kidnapping a 13 year old girl. i am sick of it. i think it is disgusting. toledo prosecutors the 211 year old suspect carried middle school students into his apartment. and second umly assaulted her as she on her way to school he claims he met the girl on social media at the beginning of the week. and thought she was 18. police why quickly indicate him
condition. you in connecteded to his arrest back in april on charges of ex torks. and disseminating obscene material. i am really worried about my granddaughter she 13 years old. she has asked asperger she very friendly child. . >> he now facing new charges in connection with another case. police say 27 year old woman come forward, identifying him is man who tried to train -- her back in may lawrence. is been enticing. women. >> do you anything to say at all? >> family left the courthouse without comments. >> outside school. just so everybody feels a little bit safer i mean guy has to be out of his mind to do something like that >> steve cooper. 7news today in new england two men appearing if court after committing cruel crime in salem 23 year old john richard and 20
blow up a rainbow times newspaper box back in august. the rainbow times is the largest lgbt newspaper in new england explosion caught on surveillance video you are looking at it right here it helped police identify the men and led to their arrests police were originally investigating the explosion as hate crime but say there was no evidence of that the people who run the newspaper say they respect that conclusion. >> we understand that he eight i case are very difficult to prove. and so, we agreed with the police and charges were brought because it is very important to us. you know they are held accountable. photograph what they did. >> police say that same newspaper box has been vandalized several times in the past. >> and fight against isis rages on as troops trial take mosul. they have been fighting back hard. militants lawned take on police and government buildings outside of mosul. killing more than 20 people. isis also executed almost 300 civilian there.
in iraq as soldiers worked to clear bombs in one sailer was killed when ied exploded near his vehicle. aerial attacks by american troops also continue. >> school astraight tore teaching one student tough lesson. slamming her to the ground. now her mother outraged demanding answer. she says the incidents happened before class began and the whole encounter was caught on camera. here seven >> surveillance video from north las vegas high school. shows astraight tors, break up a heated fight between a freshman and a senior. but the 13 year old mom not saying thank you she believes school officials were too aggressive causing more harm than good. >> that is child abuse. cps would have come and picked me up if that would have me throwing any daughter like. officials difficult to tell what happened. in seconds before that body
school system, are taking a close look at it. mom says school police are forwarding to the prosecutors. >> the girl was gone. her opponents was no longer there. what was this for. it was angry >> police believe the man in video is chris assist tant principal. school kiss ticket bonds say for sure but added ill has been moved to administrative position pending come fleeing of the investigation. >> i just want to see better leadership for xunty. doctors treated her teen for concussion. and strained schultz did your it p back injury it has very care skwi because you never know what could happen later on in their lives and we want be sitting here's a look child at home. with injuries. we would be planning funeral. >> i am glad for god. because we don't have do that. as for this, that's way out of line. >> several stew sdenths who
>> covering nor news today crews california continue to fight a massive fire at cardboard recycling center just take a look at the flames right there. owe shl say fire contained but it is expected to burn for sometime. because the firefighters are actually having trouble putting out large bundles of cardboard. still ahead this morning on 7news today in new england being new photographer, setting down his cam rap and rushing to the rescue of two kittens who trapped in a fire. >> and as rain tapers off the rushes in. your seven day forecast coming up. monday, it is baby boot camp. we are going one-on-one, to see who is superior swaddler. >> make sure you support the head. we are doing it all. >> you can vote on who did it
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away
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that. just like rob said the fog is beginning to lift we can finally see the bridge. is like promo just like rob said >> yes like it. don't you love when that plan comes together. every now and then i get one right. got to get lucky every now and then.
already underway and continuing through the weekend. as you kind of tell a little foggy this morning and then some showers and middle part of the day i don't think but tomorrow. we are expecting win fwupt order 40 to 45 got outraces morning that could be big gem issue with the races that weekend. as that wind gusts especially tomorrow rn in orange but 63 in boston. 62 in beverly n-64 in norwood it is 50 in orange that's seen of things to come. so we the one starts off warm and then cooler air rushes this after fine and temperature actually fall as we head throughout the day winds currently are pretty light. but starting pick up. that's part of reason why visible is improving head afternoon and evening hours. we could start win gusts order
mile an hour. over night tonight. and more like 40 to 50 mile an hour as we head into tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon. with some of the higher got ups like leaking higher else vague sniff so, again, wind vice vice in effect for this evening. through tomorrow afternoon. 40 to 50 mile her hour wind gust could take down branchs. when trees still have wet leafs on them so that's concern and then after this weekend with heavy rain and wind, lot of those leafs will be on the right now we have got not whole lot of on radar just some mist and drizzle right on edge of your screen tln round of some showers we are watching a we head probably middle part of day as we look timing here, there will some showers late morning and early afternoon. mainly lighter than yesterday. but there could be 1 or 2 slightly heavier ones mixed. think quarter to half an inch more on top what we had out there last night. and then as head into evening hours notice the blue and white
showers. p not in massachutes but some of the higher elevations of the green mountains white mountain. we ler out is head into tomorrow afternoon. but despite sunshine, testimony spems will struggle a little bit below normal to this time of year. and with gusty winds it will definitely feel fall like out there tomorrow. so, 60s this morning we will turn to 50s this afternoon and be lucky to hit 50 degrees tuesday wednesday or thursday. and over night temperature well down to 30s with many areas seeing hard freeze tuesday night and wednesday night. and next chance of r our way on friday >> i don't like what rob said there. but two kitten just a few weeks old rescued from a fire in north dakota. really sweet story here. they >> bit local photographer, set down camera taking tures burning pile. notice these. and he used stick and, untraned them. freed them got them out of photographer scooped them up and care red them away in above box to safety. i wack over to get some
a cat meowing. and i kind of looked around and i didn't see anything. so i took few steps back over to where he was turnous the cat sort of just blended in with the trees. >> the photographer, says he considering adopting the kit ten now named piano and manning. that was i they will end up dog for if ever. i feel like he has do adopt them >> you have to that's sweet story here. saved their lives. well still aid hone 7news. the offense at full string now patriots working on getting their defence health speaking of injuries, lipped questionable for the bs game tonight. detail on bryans match on the
were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list. 32,000 kids want to go to a public charter school. but they can't. if you like your public school, question 2 won't affect you. but for kids stuck in failing school districts, question 2 will let parents choose something better and give all our kids hope. please vote yes on question 2. dylan: i was un-athletic and very sedentary in my lifestyle. and then i found parkour and something about it clicked. then i stopped drinking soda and eating sweets and eating all the junk food. i was like if i eat these things i'm going to be heavier and i'm not going to be able to jump as far. my name is dylan polin and blue cross blue shield keeps me healthy.
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 not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. tomorrow. pats already getting bit of possible break pittsburgh quarterback ben roethlisberger will miss game balls of that
for themselves on other side of the ball. nine players so efficiently listed questionable kin kwug jamie come limbs already missed last week game. against the bengal due to hip injury. took on the be playing pats this week. that's true. he won't be. he may not be playing for bs either. speaking injuries as you just mentioned he also limited as questionable for at any time's game against canadian. he sat yesterday with what was describedables just a general soreness after a aggravating an injury he originally suffered during the team's season opener >> getting hit by pucks usually causes general soreness >> i could see that. and all of that equipment. that's a lot of -- toss not easy up next 7news today in new england what's cooking anding it yummie today ask we headed warren tavern in charles town
all right fall it was rainy last nighttime like that it is good curl up maybe nice book. read something >> that's sounds ideal. you think? i don't think -- we both have young children that will never happen but there place in charles town where you can do that. it is the warren tavern it is today's what's cooking.
warren who died in the battle of the bunker hill, the old em historic meeting places in massachutes. >> it was built in 1780. it was first building built after the brifrj burned downtown of charles town. paul reviewer sam adams and george washington all visited the hot spot. and still draws a crowd >> it is got lot of name recognition so many high level politicians movie stars have been in here. today chef steven chairing one of their recipes clam chowder. it has been same for many, many years. no one coming in tweaked or do anything to to. first, saute salt pork in big pot. >> put that in pan. and then low heat. then add chopped onions and butter. >> it is one pound of butter. all right. you need but tore make it thick. >> melt butter down. then we have flour. so do you keep stirring this? stir. don't get brown that will cook for about five minutes clam stock.
if you don't to clump up. stir with whiching until smooth. then add the rest of the stock. >> potatoes. lot of clams. lots of clams. no shortcut there. locally sourced. >> looks delicious. >> all right. season black pepper. garlic powder onion powder and dried thy bring to boil and begin adding cream. use light ceo versus heavy cream. because it has been -- >>on broken. after the and then clam chowder is ready to serve. >> excellent. >> good emthat i good clam chowder. chowder so rich and thick, it is a meal points own? >> sara french. 7news. i would love that for breakfast right now. really? yes. it looks jump knee. you don't like seafood something wrong with you.
just don't sit well with me >> would be? >> will i don't know what it say. that's perfect recipe for day like this. or cloudy. windy rainy. kind of gross got 620s morning. actually warm but it will 50s afternoon all -- 50 soz for tuesday wednesday and thurday getting cool this week. we go out for lobster rolls one day >> you can eat this all. i will eat it all. more for me. that will do for us for 7news today in new england. thank you for watching.
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