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word on any injuries but we continue to gather more information. they're dwelling a four-mile backup. police and fire are working to clear the road. they say they have not figured out what caused the crash. we'll bring you more updates as we learn. >> adam: also breaking here at 5:00 police are searching for three men who they say broke into a sterling home, tied up a 70-year-old woman. investigators say those men were all wearing masks during the crime. >> kim: they're asking for your help to find these steve cooper live in sterling with details for us all. >> reporter: kim, sterling police along with state police have been scrambling all day long trying to track the suspects down. and tonight they are appealing to the public for some help here. >> awful. they must have -- i mean to do something like that. that is just -- >> reporter: terrifying moments for a 70-year-old woman after 10:00 when police say three men all wearing halloween masks
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stephanie ann lane. >> reporter: the doors were unlocked. >> reporter: investigators say the men tied up the victim with duct tape including her hands, feet and mouth. cut the phone line then rummaged through the house searching for a safe before bolting with $1,000 in cash. >> someone breaks into your home and binds you and holds you up at knife point looking for valuables. >> reporter: the suspects left the area in a black similar deville. the chief says she was' able to free herself and call 911. physically she wasn't hurt. >> it's horrifying. i can't believe that it even happens around here. >> reporter: state police assisting sterling police who believe the house was tarted but why they don't know. shaken resident remain hopeful suspects will be caught. >> hopefully they catch them. if they got the plate, all that. sure they abandoned the car.
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get caught by the relatives before they get caught by authorities. >> reporter: now some late-breaking developments in the case from the police chief. we've just learned, roll the video right now. we've learned that sterling police investigators have located the black cadillac seville. 2004 black cadillac deville the suspect stole from the vick from time to time from her driveway. there was an all points bulletin put out vehicle. police located it of seven miles from the home invacation where all that went -- invasion, seven miles located in sterling a short time ago. it's now being processed by state police. the problem is the suspects were wearing gloves during this home invasion so they're having difficulty lifting fingerprints obviously from the scene and now, from that cad lick seville at well. but that part of this
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right now, that is the big question mark. right now, that is what police are turning to the public for help now. that is the latest live in sterling tonight, steve cooper, 7 news. >> adam: more breaking news in brockton. a car pulled from the water at d.w.field park. dive teams responded for a car into the water. a crane later pulled it out. it does appear from this video from sky 7 h.d.that the car had been in the water for quite we'll bring you the latest as we get it. >> announcer: also on 7 a bus on a collision course. >> it literally looked like a bomb exploded in the bus. >> announcer: as a morning ride takes a devastating turn. >> a mangled mess. >> announcer: police now investigating this tragedy in the streets. >> kim: that school bus hit a car before crashing into the commuter bus killing five people on board. school bus driver also died but police say no children were object the school bus
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investigators trying to figure out what caused the wreck. >> all units. >> reporter: the violent crash happened just before sunrise. >> it literally looked like a bomb exploded in the bus. its catastrophic damage. >> kim: twitted metal a an shattered glass litter this road in maryland where buses collided. >> it continued eastbound then struck the pillar at the and then continued eastbound where it went into the oncoming traffic and struck an m.t.a.bus. >> six threed in the accident. >> these people were on their way to work. they're someone's mother. someone's brother. you know, it's just really horrific. >> reporter: there were no children on the school bus. the driver is one of those killed, an aide survived. at least 10 people were rushed to nearby hospitals. >> injuries to facial bones,
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spinal columns, visceral injuries as well. >> kim: one of the victims in critical condition. as investigators including agents from the national transportation safety board work together to piece how and why the deadly accident happened. they say something catastrophic must have happened on the bus. >> adam: scary scene on halloween night. a 4-year-old boy hit by a car in lowell while out the driver took off but police tracked her down. jennifer egan has more details. >> reporter: a 4-year-old boy out trick-or-treating hit crossing marshall avenue in lowell. >> oh, my goodness. what a horrible way to have halloween happen to you. >> reporter: judy rushed to the boy's side. she says he had a large gash on his head. >> it was right there on the side of his head. yeah. we didn't want to move him too much but enough to assess that he was wasn't
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but he knew his name. he knew his mom. so that was positive. >> nothing to indicate any speed. the problem is she didn't say. >> reporter: witnesses told police the 27-year-old woman behind wheel. got out then left the scene. >> the witness followed the car for a while. probably within ten minutes of that, another officer found the car on broadway and was able to stop it. >> being cited for leaving the scene of an accident with injuries. today neighbors are hoping the young boy is okay. >> our hearts go out to everyone involved in the situation. operation to the little boy and his -- prayers to the little boy and his mom. >> reporter: police are identifying the 27-year-old driver as carolinas arroyo. police say there was another trick-or-treater hit on mount washington street. the child had minor
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kitations or charges. -- sittations or charges. >> adam: local police submitted an r.m.v.against the driver. as an immediate threat her license is revoked. 25-year-old chat bishop is facing armed robbery charges after police say he stopped a couple he knew, pulled a gun then demanded cash. he ran from the scene. was later found hiding in histt history of domestic violence and pleaded not guilty. >> kim: 7 news turning to your weather. today started out crisp and cool. a warm-up coming our way. i don't know the timing of this but chief meteorologist jeremy reiner does. he gives us a look at the timing and temperatures. >> reporter: reel' start the warm-up tomorrow morning. we're down to the 20s this afternoon. this afternoon a cool afternoon on the first of november. the city at 50 right now.
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new bedford 55. but mostly clear skies, there are a few thicker clouds out through the adirondacks that is a front edge of milder air out air through this afternoon. temperatures reached the 60s and 70's nashwill 80679 won't be that warm. won't even hit the 70s but we're heading for the 60s. the mild air shows up late tonight and not as cold early tomorrow morning. temperatures at 6:00 am great idea but compared to where we were this morning in the 20s it'll feel much nicer. by 9:00 partly sunny skies. temperatures at 50. a mild afternoon. pick up the story from there in a few minutes. >> adam: now on to the election countdown. vii day, one week, voters will be heading to the poll. hillary clinton fell behind but donald trump needs mulled pell swing states to
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the white house. >> reporter: trump or clinton need 270 electoral votes to win. even with the latest poll, that may not be enough but seven days out it's getting close. one week ago hillary clinton looked like she was' running away with the leaks. the latest poll tell a new story. >> i do believe we're stronger together. >> reporter: a poll shows clinton with a 4 point lead but the latest poll shows trump leading for the first dualing poll numbers millions of americans are going to the polls, more than 20 million have already cast their bat o. >> the guiding result of the political class in washington, d.c. they're looking out only for themselves. >> reporter: donald trump is campaigning in pennsylvania and wisconsin after news the f.b.i. will examine another batch of e-mails potentially related to hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server as
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compare is complaining of a double standard. gary johnson is saying clinton could be impeached if elected. >> unquestionably is that going to be the nation's agenda for the entire sometime she is in office and it may well end up in impeachment. >> reporter: clinton is heading to florida. >> i will repeal the healthcare law. and i will replace it with something else that will be better, bigly. >> reporter: in washington both sides are pressuring the f.b.i. to make public as much as possible about the e-mail probe before next tuesday. brandon gunnoe, 7 news. >> adam: massachusetts official weighing in on question four asking massachusetts voters to say no to legalizing marijuana recreationally. the mayor and the governor speaking out against the ballot question.
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in boston right out of the gate, we have to accept 48 pot shops. right off the bat. no matter what i say. no matter what the city council say, no malter what local civic associations. >> tremendous number of products ta look like their commercial equivalent in terms of soda, drinks, food, have never seen anything like that in the market we live in now. >> adam: today yes on four released a statement reading in part: this is not a marijuana issue this. is a social justice issue. >> kim: patriots nation
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trained today we're hearing from pats players for the first time since jamie collins was sent to 9 cleveland browns. we have the players' reaction. >> reporter: what seemed as a stun irof a deal monday may not be so surprising today. coaches and players agree jamie collegians a great person on and off the field, but they turned the page and are focused on seattle. it's the next man up for the patriots defense. af jamie collins to cleveland monday the matt patricia said the team has moved on. >> appreciate everything that he did while he was here. it's what it, we're focused trying to take this week and gelt better, look at the things we've been doing in the first games of the year, that's what we'll focus on is trying to make sure we do everything we can to win. >> reporter: the team in buying in although many shocked about losing what
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defensive player, this is part of the business. >> a player just left so, the standard going to be what they are. so you have to keep playing. >> reporter: possibly factors to trade collins surfaced reports say he wanted vaughn miller money but would reportedly free lance on the field this season. specifically against the bills when he allowed a big 28 yard run. this could be a message to a defense that has been average. ranked defense. >> i mean it has to be better. we know that. we have to make more plays. i have to make more plays. that's the way it needs to be. so i've played 11 years in the nfl. i know how this business is. i know that it is a business. it's a performance business. you have to perform. >> reporter: former patriots assistant michael lombardi hinted that koll in's effort may have been an issue for belichick too.
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>> kim: just about all star basketball player ray alynn. he is retiring from the game for good. he said he is a completely at peace with himself about the decision. he hasn't played since the 2013-14 season when he was with the heat but there was talk of a possible comeback. allen the all time leadner 3-pointser and he won two championships, one with the celtics in 2008. >> adam: a deadly major pipeline. how it could impact gas prices in several states. >> kim: a young boy rides a toy car into the traffic. >> adam: megadisappointment for a mega kass -- casino winner. >> kim: hundreds of donations for military children lost after the devastating fire on the
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major traffic trouble on route 44. two bad crash, this one in middleboro and another in carver both causing huge delays. >> kim: police are searching for three men after a home invasion in sterling. they say they tied up a 70-year-old woman, stole money and her car. they just found the car but still no suspects. we'll continue to follow this breaking news and more. stay with the news >> announcer: tonight, hiring someone to do work on your home? you might be surprised who shows up. hank found some businesses aren't who they say, but they still want you to pay. >> why can't you stop these guys? >> announcer: how you can make sure you are not the next victim of a so-called shadow company. hank investigates tonight at hank investigates tonight at 11:00. h fios is not cable. we're wired 1 differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that
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>> kim: a massive explosion rocks a crucial gas pipeline in alabama. look at the smoke and the flames that filled the area. the blast from a major rhode islandure that happened just a few weeks ago. >> adam: the explosion is leading to fears of yet another spike in gas prices for a large part of the country. >> oh, my god. it's growing so fast. >> reporter: authorities in alabama are scrambling to find out how much that massive explosion might impacts the nation's gas supply. >> we're going to start evacuating the command area,
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>> reporter: firefighters rushed to contain the fire as it burned dozens of acres in an area plagued by severe drought. >> adam: the company confirmed one worker was killed. five injures. an excavitor hit the line and started the fire. larry gardner saw one worker covered in flames. >> picked up one man working down there and wasd >> reporter: the explosion happened miles from the site of a pipeline leak a few weeks ago. that incident caused gas shortages and sent prices soaring. the line stretches from texas to new york harbor supplying 40% of the east coast fuel. clonial said our deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of the person that was lost. >> i've crews coming here
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them, but in think situation like this, you can never feel comfortable still it's over. >> anchor: colonial pipeline shut down both of its main line. gas futures have lurched to their highest level since early june. >> reporter: not as cold >> reporter: not as cold's kelly ayotte cos? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. ready to head out when others head home.
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>> adam: not confirmed by appears we're looking at head-on collision on route
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hampshire. we understand that at least one passenger has been air lifted to the hospital. the road route 111 is closed as the cleanup and investigation continues. more updates as we continue on the news station. >> announcer: now 7 weather with chief meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> reporter: cold this morning, next couple of days milder. numbers will head to the 60s throughout the afternoon hours. even the morning commute not as cold as it has been. next chance for rain another chunk of chilly cold air from canada on friday morning. temperatures this morning were down to the 20s, bedford had a low of 25. boston a low of 34. it was a slow process to get the numbers into the low 50s. even that was below normal. normal high is about 56. the city at 50. norwood 55. south coast and the cape numbers in the 50s, here is the milder air, buffalo at 71. cincinnati at 76.
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warm air, you are going to go through some weather all this not much. that is a warm front. the warm and cool fronts and the low pressure, they grab all the headlines. they generate all the weather. so as the front comes through, there will be a few clouds but were a warm front coming through not as colds tomorrow morning. these will be the temperatures during the morning commute. temperatures 40-46 and tomorrow it's a milder day. partly t temperatures tomorrow 63-68. above normal by about 10 degrees, boston at 65. lakeville at 63. north of town cape ann, merrimack valley, numbers to the 60s. fitchburg at 67. on the cape a southwest wind working against you a little bit. not quite as warm but milder than today. chatham at 60 and mashpee at 62. now on to thursday. partly sunny skies.
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temperature ons thursday in the mid 60s chance of rain very late in the day. probably not until about 5:00 or 6:00. here we are at noon on thursday. a lot 6 clouds. but the rain holds off until early evening and these showers tied to a cold front. the cold front lives up to its rap. the forecast temperatures on friday afternoon only in the upper 40. >> kim: how about this little guy dressing as a different monster. little sports fan his dad shared the photo saying mom and son are sox fans but dad is a yankees fan which is why he has them winning on the scoreboard. smooth move, dad. >> adam: clever nonetheless. a young boy starts playing in traffic as cars drive by. >> kim: at 6:00 tonight a warning for parents after a walpole child finds that
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this price is so low. trying to make me eat my greens? no, just trying to save you some green. whaaat?! thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. >> adam: glad you are with us here on a tuesday, there still on hour of 7 news straight ahead. >> kim: 7 news at 5:30 starts now. >> jadiann: a judge fence about letting former house speaker sal demacy out of jail. >> ryan: a terrifying encounter caught on camera. police are forced to fire when a woman uses her car as a weapon. >> jadiann: luck is not on this gambler's side. she say she is won big money but the casino says it's a slot machine messup. first at 5:30 breaking news, sky 7 over salem, new hampshire right now. this is route 111 where
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two-vehicle crash. you can see both of the cars really messed up. the air bags deployed on the one on the left that i can make out. the road is completely shut down on route 11 in salem, new hampshire. we're going to follow this for you and bring you developments as we keep going throughout the afternoon here and also breaking another major car crash on route 44 in middleboro. you can see here a lot of damage is left behind. crews there are cleaning slow moving traffic on one side of the road. part of the other side of the road shut down. at least three cars involved. this is hard to tell because there is so much of a mangled mess down. there more details as we get them. >> ryan: it in sterling police are looking for three men in connection to a home invasion. three men wearing halloween masks broke into the home of a 70-year-old woman, they tied her up, cut the phone


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