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sean: now on "daybreak," a car plowed into a dunkin' donuts overnight. they are skill looking for the driver. >> i just shot four people. they are in my closet. sean: a pelham man accused of opening fire inside his no one was hurt. they found a lot of ammunition. kevin: after a frosty start to the day with sunshine, we start a warming trend. how high temperatures will go during the week ahead. >> we haven't seen this level of rain in the low country in 1,000 years. sean: historic deadly floods have inundated south carolina. with more rain in the forecast, rescue efforts continue this morning as new concerns start to surface. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur -- "news 9 daybreak." sean: good morning. thanks for waking up
with us on monday. i'm sean mcdonald. yesterday was one of the beautiful fall days. i hope you had a chance to go outside and enjoy it. today. it is going to be nice. sean: i think any of the next three days look really nice. upper 50's to lore 60's. tomorrow 60's statewide. some spots could be pushing 70 degrees. all of this expected to be with partly to mostly sunny skies. notice quite a few clouds to the south. only effects we'll see from that is higher surf at the coast. temperatures down into the 20's. highs today in the low and mid 60's for most with a good deal of sunshine into the afternoon. we'll look ahead through the workweek coming in just a bit. we want to look at the morning drive. joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. if you are commuting to the western part of the state, 89 northbound looks great as you make
to new london and to the hanover and lebanon area. southbound into concord with 93. 93 southbound no major problems from the hooksett tolls down to manchester. from londonderry to salem, you are up to speed. 293, 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike a nice easy ride at the early hour. this report is brought to you by peter's honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: manchester police are looking for the driver that crashed into the former dunkin' donuts on main street late last night. hurt. ray brewer is live this morning in front of the building to explain what happened. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. police are telling us cadillac was coming up and crashed into the front of the building here on main street. this all happened at
about 11:00 last night. the vehicle also had temporary license plates and ended up halfway inside the vacant dunkin' donuts. the driver ran off. police have not been able to track him down. the hospital. their injuries are not considered life threatening. neighbors say it was a wild scene. >> this doesn't make sense. i mean just to ram into a dunkin' donuts like that. i'm not sure what's going on. that's pretty bad. it is going to be people sitting there right now. sean: you can see the tarp is up where the car was inside the building. there's still some glass around in front as well. so far police have not released a description of the driver nor said what charges they might face. live in manchester, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. a pelham man faces charges after he fired several shots inside the apartment.
saturday night, they say 67-year-old mark schlagel was sitting in the chair naked, holding for them. he claimed that four people tried to break into his apartment by cutting a hole through his closet. there's no evidence of any break in or anyone else was ever there. >> he was just shooting everywhere. lord knows the bullets could have went through my floor at my son, hit my husband, hit me. sean: police say they found four pistols, two rifles, a shotgun, 200 magazines, and 10,000 rounds of am knew -- ammunition. no one was hurt in the shooting. schlagel is due in court next month. south carolina has some areas that have picked up two feet of rain since friday. and roads are under water. the governor says it is years. more rain is coming with more flash flood warnings in place.
lana zak has a look at devastation. >> it seems like the south carolina is being ravaged this morning. >> this is an unprecedented event. reporter: grown men up to water up to their neck. >> everything that i own that i know of has been destroyed. all of my memories and worked for. it is all gone. >> as onlookers hope the floods will stay away from them. >> water is getting closer and closer. reporter: after government imposed curvies, residents are making up to scenes of destruction today. >> we haven't seen this level of rain in the low country in 1,000 years. that's how big this is. reporter: officials warning the flash floods are expected to continue and may come on suddenly. >> just because the rain stops does not mean the danger is over. reporter: this is one of many roads collapsing under the strain. even some rescue workers in need of rescue. >> we had a mother and
a rescue worker tried to get to them. we used an aerial rescue to get all of them. then we started picking some people off of the rooftops. reporter: several deathed caused by the rushing water. she got out just in time. >> i was scared we couldn't get the car out. i started on foot. i thought we were going to die. ! a mass irescue effort has saved hundreds of lives. more operations are expected as rains continue today. lana zak, abc news, washington. bermuda. search efforts continue for a cargo ship that disappeared when the storm passed through the bahamas. crews searching has found a debris field that appears to be debris and containers from the el faro. there's no sign of the 33 people who are on board. family members say four of those people are in maine. we have learned that one person is from massachusetts. the governor -- the government in the bahamas is trying to
assess the damage caused by joaquin. hundreds of homes have been damaged or destroyed. there's severe flooding. the damage is described as major devastation on a section called long island there. three people were hospitalized with mild hypothermia after their boat started taking on water in lowell, massachusetts yesterday. the high school girls were taking part in the textile river regatta when high winds blew water into the boats and made rowing nearly gobble. two different teams ended up in the water minutes apart, sending a total of 14 girls into the water. the race, which is the second largest in new england, was canceled midway through the day. walgreens is teams up with the hospital to make narcan more available. the hospital will release more details later today. the doctors at frisbee will be able to fill standing orders at the walgreens in town.
still to come, sunday was a great day for a jog. not only for humans. the moose took a tour. wait until you see this. the leaves are starting to turn. there's a great place in manchester to check out the foil only. we'll take you up the western observatory. in the next half an hour, surveillance video salem. police say the driver was using heroin. 6:08.
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500 miles away from us. the wave action through the week will be impressive by the end of the week. all of the details along with the forecast coming up. sean: foggy this among. you see a lot of crazy things inman chest per. not every cay you see a large bull moose. one of the crews spotted the animal. we followed him before he actually jumped over a car and disappeared down an alley. residents were amazed. >> i love it. i think it is pretty cool. >> i was amazed. it was amazing. i was like, wow, look at that big thing running on the loose. sean: it was last seen running into the woods in goffstown. life seems to be back to normal. watch the entire video on our web site at wmur.com. it is -- look a that. wow. boy. made that car look like a -- i don't know. match box. the western observatory
great views. the observation deck was open to the public. it is made out of granite. with 88 steps to the top, the tower is 360 feet higher than elm street. it helps raise money for the manchester historic association. >> in addition to being able to go up, we're doing a walking tour. there's a legendary swimming hole here. you can walk by that. the top of the ski area is right behind us. it is a little bit of a nature hike. one of the little known landmarks. sean: if you didn't get a chance to check it out, not to worry. the observatory will be open from 10:00 until 4:00. it is 10 per person and $25 per family. coming up, it is a record weekend at the movies with matt damon's new thriller proving to
and the mud sean: search teams in guatemala are losing hope after a mud slide. 130 people are dead and 300 missing. mud is 35 feet in some areas. many of the buried homes they are finding are filled with water. schools are closed in malaysia today and tomorrow because of dangerous air pollution caused by smoke from burning forests. several airports had to close for a few hurts yesterday because the visibility, as you can see, was so poor. the smoke has started to spread to thailand. government officials are calling on indonesia to enforce stricter rules. a student at new
york university who was held captive since april was freed. that news broke just within the last hour. juan moon ju was arrested after crossing the border from china illegally. matt damon is back on top with out of the world numbers. his separation thriller, "the martian" pulled in $55 million over the weekend. it was one of the biggest october movie debuts ever. last week's number within "hotel transylvania:2" slipped to second. it was still popular. the grateful dead is teaming up with john mayer to form a super group known as dead and company. you have a chance to see them perform for free. they are giving away 10,000 tickets away. no tickets will be sold. the group is going on tour. a man in mexico has the largest collection
of harry potter items in the world. now he's sharing his obsession. he has nearly 4,000 items, including figurines, clothes, and toys. yesterday he opened a museum in mexico city to display everything. i know kevin has a ticket. he says his collection was getting so big it had started to lose meaning. he decided to open up a museum. kind of neat stuff. a farmer in michigan dug up more than soybeans. he thought he hit a fence post. turns out he found a partial skeleton of a woolly pam mouth. it likely lived between 10-13,000 years ago. it was probably killed by humans and the carcass stored in the pond. amazing discovery. can you imagine them walking around and you having to go encounter
the creatures? kevin: much bigger than a fence post. smarter too. sean: think we could make it a pet? kevin: i guess. not a leash big enough. dublin has 34 degrees there. there are a lot of 30's. lower 40's fromman chester to the shoreline. in the north country, places into the 20's. we're shaping up to see a blend of sunshine and clouds for today. we're looking at a warming trend. starting tomorrow, we should be up into the 60's statewide and likely there. 60's to lower 70's on wednesday. a good deal of fair sky for us as the next system starts to move in. you'll notice more rain for the carolinas. hurricane joaquin is moving north, northeast. the cooler air drains in behind that as we've been feeling over the course of the weekend. temperatures in the lower 40's. manchester out to the coast, including nashua. mid 30's and the upper valley continuing on down to 31 in concord.
36 along the big lake. water temperatures helping there. up in the north country, down to as cold as 27 this morning. in a lot of spots, colder than we started the day yesterday. we are looking at a little bit of a warming trend. you can see a search of warmth here up through areas of the ohio valley. that starts to ebb in our direction as the coldest of the air rotates through the afternoon. highs today between 58 and 64 from north to south. the northeast. temperatures tonight with the clear skies and the light winds won't fall quite as far. we're looking at temperatures from the mid 30's in parts of the north country to as warm as 45 or 46 at the coast. blend of sunshine and clouds today. partly to mostly sunny skies tomorrow as well. tomorrow will be four or five degrees warmer. 60's for most. we should be in the 60's you'll notice the future cast pointing at a weak front that will be wednesday afternoon. that will push some cooler air back in our direction out of canada.
looks like we drop back from the upper 50's to mid 60's on thursday. that will set the stage from the next system moving into the pacific northwest to give us the next chance of showers. wave action over the next several days. the closest pass will be later on tonight. a weakened hurricane will continue to move on and head up through the north atlantic. we're in the 30's to mid 40's this morning. we get back into the lower half of the 60's this afternoon. notice the extended forecast, warmest on wednesday with the sunshine out there. after a warm wednesday, we cool it off on thursday. we'll add clouds thursday night and some scattered shower activity on friday. shouldn't be an all day rain. the front cools us off by the time we get to the weekend. lows in the 30's in a lot of locations. highs setting up what could be another nice weekend neither side of 60. sean: we'll take it. it was beautiful. we needed some extra lawyers. it is fall. sean: the chance to dry out.
the top stories with ray brewer. ray: manchester police are looking for the driver who smashed their car into the vacant dunkin' donuts on main street. it all unfolded about 11:00. the ad dabbing was apparently coming up the street when for some reason the driver veered into the vacant building. there was a passenger in the car. that passenger was injured. we're told the injuries are non-life threatening. sean: a fell ham man is accused of firing several shots because he thought someone was breaking into his apartment. he was naked when they arrived. they found seven guns and more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition. three teens were treated for hypothermia after the boat sank in the regatta. the races were canceled due to the conditions. coming up on "daybreak" this morning, if you are looking for a good guard dog, how about one that weighs 20 pounds?
kevin: starting off early this morning with temperatures in the 30's in most locations and upper 20's. nice day today. blend of sunshine and clouds. should be up into the lower half of the 60's. sean: it will warm up. for those of us who saw the star wars thrillology, the original one, a lucky movie fan is the proud owner of an iconic costume. a bidder paid $96,000 for the bikini. kevin: it is made of
gold-painted dense urethane rubber. sean: of course it is. kevin: you can see that. the bidding starts at $80,000. sean: i don't remember, she wore that? i guess so. i can't recall. you don't have to be big to be an effective guard dog. jules is one years old. the french bulldog weighs 20 pounds. she didn't hesitate when three bears wandered into the property there. kevin: she ran right after them. that's what they say, you have to act as big as you can. that's what she did. sean: look how effective that is. nothing to do with it. kevin: nothing even done with him. sean: i've seen this with cats before. apparently dogs have the same effect. coming up, jump roping is popular around the world. it seems that having four legs makes double dutch easier. classes resume today days after a deadly shooting rampage. there are new calls for
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: welcome back. monday, october 5th. a live look at the queen city. it is 43 degree. it is going to be a beautiful fall day much like yesterday. kevin will talk about the forecast in a moment. let's get to the top stories. we're following a developing story. police are searching for the driver who crashed a car on main street and fled the scene. salem police say a man is facing charges after he crashed his suv at the mall at rockingham park while driving under the influence of heroin. and a gilsum man charged with aggravated dwi in connection with a crash that seriously
scheduled to face a judge today. we have a cold start to some parts of the state. beautiful out there. kevin: mid and upper 20's. you can see a beautiful scene this morning. we had that blend of sunshine and clouds out there early this what should be a pretty nice day as temperatures start off chilly. a lot of 30's in areas yet. we get back into the low to mid 60's. a few upper 50's up north. a warming trend which gets locations near 70 by wednesday. sean: i'm a little suspect. erin isn't here. beautiful forecast. here's a live look at i-93. kevin: that is suspicious. for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. you see by the camera, 93 southbound is a nice ride down through the hooksett tolls and from manchester down to salem. it is about a 21-minute ride to the state border.
on 293, we're not seeing any delays at all in both directions through the city. in both directions, we have bridge maintenance that has created lane shifts between exits five and three. proceed with caution. no delays on the everett turnpike going through the tolls. looks good from merrimack to nashua. commuting in, we have seeing some hefty volume from north of the 93 connector down to sullivan square. this report is being brought to you by the honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. sean: all right. let's get back to the developing story we're following out of manchester. police are on the lookout for a hit and run driver. a man drove into the former duncan donuts on scene. ray brewer is live at the building. was anybody hurt isn't the crash? : there ray: there was a passenger in the crash that was hurt. the passenger was taken
to the hospital. we don't know the full extent of the injuries. it all unfolded about 11:00 here at intersection of main and granite state. it appears the cadillac was driving when it ended up crashing. the building has been vacant for sometime. after the crash police say the driver took off from the scene. they are still looking for him this morning. at this point, we do not have a description of the driver. if you have any information about this accident or know who was involved, you are asked to get in touch with the manchester police department. live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: all right. thanks. an atkin son man accused of crashing his suv in salem while driving under the influence of heroin is expected to face a judge today. alexander dimaggio is scheduled to be arraigned on charges, including reckless conduct and possession of heroin.
lot of the mall when he saw an suv stopped against a light pole with the driver passed out inside. when the officer approached, dimaggio regained consciousness and tried to drive off. he ended up crashing into a parked car before running over a tree and fire hydrant. a man facing charges in connection with a serious crash is due in gilsum. 21-year-old was driving drunk when he crashed this car on main street saturday night. the car was speeding when it wednesday off of the road and hit several trees and crashed be a home. the passenger suffered serious injuries and was flown to thwart mouth hitchcock medical center. he is scheduled to be arraigned on charges, including aggravated dwi. a man from romania is scheduled to make a court appearance after being arrested on a charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault. milos szekely assaulted an 18-year-old. the suspect and victim
were acquaintances. a concerning situation will be discussed at a public forum in wakefield tonight. students recently discovered syringes on the school grounds. since then, staff members have been sweeping the parking loath and checking the playgrounds. they sent a letter home to parent inviting them to discuss the problem. the forum starts at 6:30 tonight. authorities put their skills to the test during an active shooter training exercise in goffstown. the drill took place yesterday at goffstown high school. in the training session, two shooters were found and taken into custody. patients were treated. officers evacuated the school and searched people for weapons. >> as you all know, these kinds of situations give us the opportunity to look at what might have been done better, differently, what might be more effective in the future, and this is where you want to do those things. where the risk is low.
if they do, we have to our training to fall back on. we have to plan and allow our first responders enough practice and training to feel comfortable sonning to the critical incidents. sean: the go-pro cameras were placed on walls. mr. wore them to later review the response. many are calling for an audit of rape kits. they say the audit is needed because no one seems to know how many untested kits there are. last month new hampshire forensic lab director said there were seven in his lab that hadn't been tested. he also noted that new hampshire has a quote very low backlog. the state fire marshal's office is invest grating a fire that destroyed a home in madbury. firefighters rushed just after 4:00 saturday afternoon. when they arrived, heavy fire was coming from the house. fortunately no one was
two candidates are arriving today. george pataki is kicking off the visit. he will be in hanover today. hillary clinton will hold a town hall meeting at manchester community college this morning. while she is here, clinton is planning to unveil new gun control measures. a major part of her plan is getting rid of laws that shield gun manufacturers and dealers from most liability suits. clinton is expected to propose using executive power to expand background checks at gun shows. donald trump says gun violence will happen quote no matter what you do. >> the strongest and most stringent laws are in almost every case the worst places. when it comes to the schools, it is mental health. sean: it comes as we learn new details about the shooting at the community college in oregon. we'll have the latest coming up in a few minutes. also coming up, an interesting move by
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kevin: monday morning, october 5th. androscoggin hospital valley camera. it looks beautiful. a lot of 30's to lower range of the 40's elsewhere. we jump into the 60's this afternoon. with a pretty good deal of sunshine around. then a warming trend. we'll have the details coming up. sean: all right. 6:41. after a weekend where grief and gratefulness came hand in hand, an oregon community is facing the future and starting to pick up the pieces. the campus where nine people were shot and killed is re-opening in a limited capacity today. survivors are telling their stories through relieved family members. kim hutchinson has the latest. >> the campus re-opening monday. classes won't resume for another week. students, staff, and faculty can retrieve the
belongings left behind when they fled for their lives. counselors will be available. >> we want to make sure the students are taken care of in a comfortable setting. >> classes and events start again. the weekend saw vigils and churches opened their doors to anyone needing support. >> christian, non-christian, we don't care who you are. you are welcome to come. if you need someone to talk, cry on, and pray with you, we're going to be there for you. reporter: a pastor says his daughter survived because her classmate, treven, protected her. >> daddy, all of the sudden i felt treven's body as it moved toward mine. part of his body was on mine. we believe that in treven's last moments, we believe he made a conscious effort to --
to cover my daughter. i sincerely 100% believe his blood saved my daughter's life. reporter: wmur news 9. sean: colleges in the philadelphia area are on high alert following a threat of violence. statements like temple say the threat was posted on social media. the fbi, atf, and explosive officials sent out a warning on sunday. authorities say the threat did not mention a specific school, but it did mention a specific time. schools are now encouraging students to report any suspicious activity. a typhoon that tore through parts of asia is blame for killing nine people. the storm stirred up several tornadoes as it made land fall in china. six people were killed when the twister touched down and 168 others were injured. the typhoon slammed into the philippines before making its way to china.
parts of france are being plagued by severe flooding. torrential rains transformed saturday night into a terrifying flood zone. 16 people were killed. the flood waters were so strong they swept away cars, trucks, and even mobile homes. more than 300 people gathered in vermont yesterday to rally against the aye retrade. it was part of a global march to raise awareness. earlier a bill was introduced to keep from selling any horns. elephants are killed every day for their tusks. they are worried that african elephants will be extinct in five to 15 years. and a measure requires pediatric hospital in bay know
they will be required to learn the most common diseases among children. turning now to sports, john farrell will turn for the 2016 season. he left the team to undergo treatment for cancer. he finished his treatment last week. full recovery is expected to take three to six months. interim manager will return next season back in his previous position as bench coach. he got a two year contract extension through 2017. to the racetrack, the sprint cup race at dover yesterday. kevin harvick needed to win the race in order to advance to the next round of the chase. that's what he did. harvick nominated the race leaving 354 laps. >> i think when we look at everything that's gone on over the last couple of years, it is just been a lot of fun. it is just been there and with the attitude.
that's what stewart told me last year when we went to home. he said did do not quit until they throw the checkered flag. sean: he didn't. kyle bush finished second. johnson and boyer were eliminated from chase contention. u.n.h. played an exhibition game. this is the final tune up before the regular season begins. they took a 1-0 lead. the wildcats tied it up. the x man scored unanswered goals. u. in h. was not giving up. they scored four times and valid to win by the final score of 6-4. before things got going on the ice, ray bork and maggie hassan dropped the puck in celebration of a new lottery ticket. it has a top prize of $100,000. there's a second chance drawing to win the trip to the nhl winter classic on new year's
day. tickets go on sale for $5 today. if you need some extra energy but don't want to drink coffee, one company is offering an alternative. caffeinated peanut butter. it is designed to release energy thanks to the naturally slow digestion of peanut butter. the company says the product delivers protein, electrolytes, and caffeine. one serving has as much caffeine as two cups of coffee. get a jar at steempb.com. we've seen stuff like this before, but i've never seen peanut butter. kevin: one serving and you'll be like the guy on the jar? sean: apparently. kevin: i'll try it for science. we start off with the high clouds and the sunshine. it is a chilly start to the day even despite some extra clouds in the
a lot of 0's on the map. up in the north country, spots as cold as 25 to 27 degrees early this morning. looking ahead, cold start to the day. it should be a fairly decent finish as we continue to ratchet things up a bit. we're looking at temperatures two tour four degrees warmer than yesterday. which is 58 to 64. we should be in the 60's statewide tomorrow and 60's to lower 70's on wednesday. a little push of cooler air comes in thursday. the next chance of showers tries to arrive on friday. we'll blend the sunshine with the clouds out there today. as you pan out, you'll notice joaquin continuing to move north, northeast. we'll see the surf pick up. we have seas between four to seven feet. those will only pick up. temperatures as you'll notice here vary from community to community. we're at 45 degrees right now at coast. you get in the inland sections and we're noticing temperatures as chilly as 33 in auburn
34 in dunbarton. 36 in hillsborough. still near 40. down to 31 in marlborough and 33 in west berlin. you'll go town by town depending if you have an area lake and higher elevation versus a lower valley. you could see a couple of mid 20's here in the parts of north country in what is a cold start. hard freeze up north. elsewhere we're looking at temperatures starting the day in the 30's to lower 40's and a frost in areas. temperatures today between 60 and 64 for most. there will be a couple of upper 50's in far northern areas of the state into the afternoon. places like manchester today is a light wind out of the north and northeast. temperatures in the 50's by around lunchtime will level off into the afternoon.
t pulling the rope. sean: wondering about these kids. we'll have that next week. right now 6:see. still to come, a final check on your top stories. police are looking for the driver that crashed a car into the building and took off from the scene. now time for the u local hot shots. a hiker says they know where the old man of the mountain went. apparently he moved to mt. jefferson. you can kind of see the profile. see the pictures and
sean: 6:54. updating our top stories. manchester police are on the lookout for a driver that crashed a car into the building and fled the scene. ray: police say it all unfolded at the intersection of granite street and main street. the driver was apparently heading up granite street and for smashing into. there was a passenger in the car that was taken to the hospital. the injuries said to be non-life threatening. sean: a pelham man is accused of firing several shots because he thought someone was breaking in through the closet. he was naked when they arrived. they found seven guns and more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition. a salem man crashed his suv while driving under the influence of heroin. alexander dimaggio is scheduled to be arraigned today on charges of reckless conduct and possession of heroin.
! and a moose spotted through the neighborhood on sunday. one of the news crews saw the animal on the west side. it was last seen running into the woods in goffstown. if you are heading to work today, let's check out travel times. 96 manchester to boston is longer than usual at an hour and 24. and 95 portsmouth to boston about an hour and six minutes. kevin: cold start to the day. 30's this morning. patchy fog and even some 20's up north. we're talking 50's to 60's. a good deal of sunshine. looks like as we get in late thursday and into friday, one rain chance starts to come in. around for the day on friday. sean: we have the holiday weekend. looking good. coming up next on "good morning america," an abc news exclusive. one of the students that survived last week's shooting is sharing her terrifying story.
good morning, america. the flood of a lifetime. >> there he goes. >> an epic storm hammers the east coast. the governor of south carolina event. fast moving waters washing cars away. entire neighborhoods underwater. roads destroyed. >> everything. my car. my pictures. >> the military mobilized. the coast guard rescues families from rooftops. the water still rising. we have live team coverage. new this morning. hillary's big announcement. set to make headlines on gun control today.