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sean: now on "daybreak," unusual attack. how a man used equipment for dispute. erin: matthew is on the move. the powerful hurricane is headed for flori. millions of people are evacuating. kevin: cooler start and warmer temperatures. if we can hang on ahead. >> get on the ground right now. sean: dangerous chase. a high-speed police chase and arrest in pelham was caught on camera. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak."
with us on thursday. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. we had a chance to drive around. it is beautiful. the colors are starting to come out. the weather is gorgeous. kevin: it is. we're looking to a nice holiday weekend. eventually landfall near the east coast of florida. for the time being around here, cooler start. temperatures in the 30's to lower half of the 40's. patchyfog third of a mile. that's going to take an hour or two. we'll have bright sunshine. it should be warmer. upper 60's is the bare minimum. coolest readings at the shoreline. much more on the latest update as it comes in. let's look at your thursday morning ride here in the granite state joined live by deb
on 93 north and south from exit 5 to the lower 293 split. just be alert. we're seeing the heavy fog that's going to slow you down. be alert through the hooksett rest area and down through the tolls. in massachusetts, already seeing minor delays at the 93 and 493 ramps in andover. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean moving through the bah happen mas. it is starting to gain strength again tonight. the death toll in the caribbean has risen to 16. the number is expected to climb as rescue crews try to reach the hardest hit areas of haiti where thousands lost their homes and the government estimates 350,000 need some sort of assistance. erin: nearly two million people in the u.s. are being told to
some out of manchester. maggie rulli is following the preps for matthew's arrival. reporter: this morning florida is preparing for this, hurricane matthew. it has ripped through the caribbean. >> everything in my house is with the. the water took it. reporter: leveling towns as it makes through the bahamas. matthew heads to the u.s. the u.s. is winning at over 120 miles per hour. they have already declared state of emergency. more than one million are being asked to leave their homes in florida. >> get out now. it could be the decision between life and death. reporter: south carolina
evacuate. we do not want you to stay. >> those who do stay are scrambling for supplies, food, and bottled water. >> i've been to three gas stations that are shut down because we are out of gas. >> we've been waiting 30-40 minutes. >> we wanted to get batteries. they are out of batteries. >> the president warning to prepare for the worse. >> if you get an evacuation order, remember you can always rebuild, repair property, you lost. >> the u.s. navy says it is prepared to help. as its east coast flees in a heightened state of readiness. sean: we'll be keeping an eye on that. a man from bow is using the front end loader to attack another person and drive toward police. erin: ray brewer life to explain the unusual situation and the
good morning, ray. ray: good morning. police say it is a dangerous situation. it is fortunate that no one was hurt. police were first called to the recycling business in bowe around 3:00 for a domestic disturbance where 54-year-old pete emanuel used the front end loader to tip over another piece of construction equipment while someone was inside. emanuel was still driving the loader when they turn the machine off, and drove into a building. >> at one point as we approached the building and got close to it, he backed it out toward the officers. certainly there could have been some severe injuries that big piece of equipment. ray: police say emanuel abandoned the loader near several dumpsters and ran across the street and took off in a company vehicle while officers
he was arrested two hours later. he now faces several charges, including attempted first-degree assault and criminal mischief. he's due in court later this morning. sean: donald trump is returning to new hampshire today. the republican presidential nominee is holding an invite only town hall style event in sandown at 7:00 tonight. this comes a week after bedford. the candidates for governor squared off in the debate last night. the republican, chris sununu and democrat, colin van ostern, tackled issues that will impact the state from the economy to health care. one recurring theme was who had the best resum? for the corner office? >> when it comes to business, results matter.
jobs cut, and it informs how he will lead our state going guard. >> talk to the businesses. talk to someone who doesn't understand what we have to deal with north of concord. colin's entire world revolves around concord. sean: neither one supports the sales or income tax from new hampshire. erin: two people are due in new hampshire after a drug investigation. they arrested butler yesterday. they found 15 grams of heroin and other drug paraphernalia in their apartment. both face drug charges. the man police say was drunk when he lead them on a high speed chase is due in court tomorrow. >> stop. get off of the ground right now. on the ground. erin: now the chase, which was caught on police dash camera,
blew through red lights. speeds reached 80 miles per hour at one point, forcing the officer to slow down before finding the car flipped over on mammoth road. the driver, 22-year-old justin was not hurt and faces several charges, including dwi. sean: the trial of a middleton woman accused of hitting a relative is expected to wrap up today. 35-year-old eric hunt is charged with two counts of second-de after other family members brought the boy. hunt and the 12-year-old were arguing when the boy picked up a medal bat and started swinging it. hunt grabbed the bat and swung it at his leg. the defense says the child hurt himself in the struggle. erin: still ahead, are you ready to climb? some of the best rock climbing in the world is right here in new hampshire. it is gaining in popularity. sean: also lava in high
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above and beyond. the lifetime achievement award was given to a gilford canine. he served with the department eight years before his death in march. sean: thousands of people are flocking to new hampshire to check out the fall foilage. the white mountains are some of the best rock climbing. one spot is rumney rocks. this is -- there's fixed hard where there for more than 700 roots for all levels of ability. take lessons from some of the best climbers in the world. to learn more, check out the escape outside section of wmur.com. erin: federal officials are sharing an incredible up close view of the lava lake at the summit of a volcano in hawaii. this is the first 4k video ever shop of the eruption. the summit eruption
creating a large molten lake. new video will be used about the history of the volcano released in 2018. it is beautiful to lookout; right? sean: it is cool. i feel like it is hot. can you imagine the heat there? wow. 5:13 on thursday. coming up, it is costing less to put food on the table. how long experts say w grocery prices.
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more than 80 employees will be on hand. you may have noticed already, but it is costing a little less to fill your pantry these days. according to the bureau of labor, the overall cost of groceries is down about 2% over the last year. the biggest savings are for proteins like meat, fish, and eggs. part of the reason is many farmers have expanded production. we continue into the next year for pork, eggs, and chicken. sean: a massive new oil field has been discovered off of the coast of alaska. it may be one of the biggest. officials think the field contains between six and ten million barrels of oil, enough to produce an extra 200,000 barrels a day for decades. the goal is to start production by 2022. the company that discovers the oil says
investment of $10 billion. wow. a man from australia is living the dream as a real life rocket man. cue the music. he took a four-minute flight over london using a jet pack. it is the first jet pack flight ever in the uk? didn't james bond do that though? he rose nearly 100 feet off of the ground. he has completed more than 400 test flights and wants to make an electric version available for development is start to set in april with a projected price of $250,000 for your own jet pack. maybe you should rent one first. erin: that thing looks awesome. kevin: if you are up there with a drone, are you technically -- i haven't seen the james bond movie. maybe it was taped outside of there. erin: there are so many movies you would have see. kevin: i know.
lifetime. we start off and you notice there's thick clouds in spots. it is either clear skies and the patchy dense fog to contend with just over the first few hours this morning. sunshine from the top down. it eventually sets up more sunshine and warmer temperatures this morning. there will be a lot of folks up above 70 degrees, maybe as warm as 75 in southern new hampshire away from the shoreline into the afternoon. the last warm day up into the 70's will beto maybe a couple of stray showers coming with that. that's really the only chance of rain. we're looking at cooler air to look in for sunday and columbus day on monday. we have the clear skies. the fog is the issue between now and 8:00 or 8:30 this morning. beyond that, there's the front to the west. more skies are clear. temperatures have dropped back. a lot of lower and mid
issues are with the fog. western half and northern half of the state and right along the immediate shoreline. temperatures running close to where we were yesterday which is upper 30's to mid 40's. you pan out and notice the warmer temperatures to the west. that's the reality through the day tomorrow. temperatures for most between 70 and 75. a few upper 60's and likely at the shoreline by 3:00 or 4:00. it is nothing but sunshine after the fog burns off. moreog temperatures will be up into the 70's for the busy travel day tomorrow. all across the northeast should be just fine for traveling around tomorrow for your holiday weekend destination. it may start with fog on saturday as well. giving way to partial sunshine. notice the round of showers approaching from the west. good chance we'll have a couple of showers out that. we're keeping track on the latest advisories as it continues to move
category 4 strength near the east coast of florida and possibility the eye making its way on shore later on tonight and early tomorrow. from there, you'll notice the track keeps to the south. it could be matthew in the beginning and middle of next week as possibility a named system as it lingering around and doesn't have a front to scoop it away. temperatures for this afternoon will be warm. we'll drop tonight into the 40's across a part of the state. notice one rain chance for saturday afternoon or early saturday evening. should be nothing more than a passing shower or two. we'll clear out and set up cooler sunshine to round out the holiday weekend. another warming trend setting up. the next front will be slated to move in until the middle of next week. sean: all eyes reason the florida coast right now. let's check out the top stories. we start with ray brewer. ray: bowe police respond to an
they say it is fortunate that nobody was hurt calling it a very dangerous situation. the officers called to recycling business on river road yesterday afternoon. where they say 54-year-old peter emanuel used a front-end loader to tip over another piece of construction equipment while someone was inside. emanuel later fled the scene, arrested a couple of hours later. he's due in court later today. sean: the man police say was drunk when he lead them on high-speed chase along winding roads in pelham is due in court today. 22-year-old justin reached 80 miles an hour and blew through red lights before the car flip over. the trial of a woman accused of hitting a relative with a baseball bat is expected to wrap up today. 35-year-old eric hunt is charged with two counts of second-degree assault. erin: is it white or blue? there's a new color debate swirling on the internet.
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sean: remember the dress that some people saw as blue and white? issue with the handbag. erin: we polled the room. everybody says it is white. the bag is really blue. it is a light blue bag. sean: that's a kate spade. a blue white on a white bag. i'm going to call kate this morning. prince's former home and recording studio opens to the public
showing the studio, awards, and other memorabilia on display. tours start today. only for three days. tickets to other tours will be refunded while the city leaders review safety and traffic concerns. that's going to be opening up. kind of like a cool grace land. sean: i'm just pictures purple rugs. warning for young children. why you may want teething tablets? >> and how would you like to own your own
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: good morning. thursday, october 6th. hurricane matthew approaches the coast of florida. up here calmer. 41 degrees and fog there in the distance past memorial bridge. erin: it is pretty thick in some spots. be aware more on your forecast after the top stories. a man from bowe is facing numerous charges after he used a front end loader to tip over another piece of construction equipment while someone was inside. a manchester man is waking up behind bars after he was caught making meth. hurricane matthew is now taking aim at bahamas. people in florida are expected to see the impact of the storm tonight.
kevin: category 3 or 4. all sorts of issues. big area of high pressure controls us and protects us through the holiday weekend. one rain chance between now and next wednesday. we need the rainfall across the area. over the next several mornings, we'll look at the chances. we've had some pretty thick fog. that should give way to sunshine. temperatures in the sean: a lot of businesses are excited about the forecast. let's check out the roads this morning. you might see some fog out there. here's a live look at i-93 in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. we are seeing some heavy delays right now on 93 north and southbound through manchester between exit 5 and lower 293 split. that's due to road
stretch. 93 is traveling a bit below the speed limit. that's due to the heavy fog that you just mentioned. in massachusetts, 495 south is slow moving as you approach the 93 connector and andover. also very heavy and slow in andover as well. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. new on "daybreak," a man from bowe is facing charges after police say he used a front end loader t construction equipment which someone was inside. erin: ray brewer live with bowe with the details. was anyone hurt in this? ray: fortunate there were no injuries. police say it started when they got a report of the domestic disturbance at a recycling business on river road in bowe. police say when they responded, they found the 54-year-old peter
another piece of equipment while someone was inside. emanuel was driving the motor, ignoring the request to turn it off. at one point he backed it toward the officers and police cruiser. >> we were able to get out of the way. there's enough room we were able to move rather quickly. at this point if he wanted to decide to drive at us, we had enough safe places to go thankfully it didn't come to that. ray: police say emanuel drove the front end loader to the end of the property. officers had to check several dumpsters. during that time, emanuel went across the street, got into a company truck, and fled the scene. he was arrested without incident about two hours later on field stone drive. he's now facing multiple charges, including two felony counts of attempted first-degree
$100,000 pending his arraignment later this morning. live in bowe, ray brewer sean: all right. thanks. hurricane matthew is reeking havoc as it makes its way to the u.s. the storm is being blamed for at least 16 deaths. ten of them in haiti. the death toll will likely climb. this morning officials are still struggling to communicate with haiti's hardest hit southwest region. a key bridge there was washed roads impassable. phone lines are down. so far norths have found more than 3,200 destroyed homes. now matthew is making its way toward florida's coast. preparations for the storm are well underway. nikole killion to tell us how the government is gearing up. reporter: sean, president obama says now is the time to prepare for matthew and heed the advise of local authorities. president obama: this is something to take seriously.
for the worse. i would urge everybody in the affected states of florida, georgia, south carolina, north carolina to pay very close attention to your local officials. reporter: the president vimmed fema headquarters on wednesday. he got an update on the storm. they have response teams on the ground. the storm has killed more than a dozen people in the caribbean and is expected to reach florida's coast tonight. nearly two million people have been urged to south carolina's governor is expected to call for more evacuations today. in washington, nikole killion, wmur news 9. erin: rochester police need your help tracking down a bank robbery suspect. the man in these surveillance pictures walked into the citizens bank inside the hannaford supermarket on milton road and passed the telling a note says he had a weapon and wanted cash. no weapon was shown. the suspect took off after getting some money. anyone who recognizes
the rochester police department. sean: a manchester man is accused of making meth at a boat launch. 36-year-old derick winters of the arrested after he was caught making meth at the purgatory pond boat launch. after serving his truck, they found more evidence of meth manufacturing. he's due in court next month. erin: a man pled guilty in a case that and robberies. joe lear rewas one of two men and women charged in the case. they answered an ad for female companionship. >> they had an apartment
after having provided money for the services. >> leary pleaded guilty to robbery and conspiracy. sean: the new new hampshire is feeling the impact of the drought. it is a decade's old event this weekend that attracts more than 40,000 people as they get ready for the upcoming snowmobile season. for the first time ever, event organizers have to truck in water to fill th bonds that people need to ride through in order to cool their suspensions. >> a tractor trailer load is roughly what we use to fill one of the holes. the two other smaller ones are much less than that. so -- the good thing is that when they come in, it also provides firm -- with the farm animals a place to drink afterwards, which they haven't had the opportunity to do this
sean: because of the drought, they are having to truck in water from as far as away as possible. erin: a ground-breaking ceremony is being held in colebrook today for a renovation and expansion project at upper connecticut valley hospital. the $2 million project will make more than double the size of the emergency department and provide space for the rehabilitation department. the ceremony starts at 3:30 this afternoon. sean: a welcome home ceremony was held in sandown for a volunteer his bike from new hampshire to florida. 68-year-old jerry lechance went on the 2,700 mile journey to raise money for ride to recovery. the organization building adaptive bicycles for disabled veterans. fire departments along the route were asked to give him a chance to stay. >> my wife told me to ask my doctor. i did. can i go on a bike ride?
mother. what do you want to do? go on a bike ride. he said go. >> i kept thinking of the soldiers in iraq with all of the gear on. i had to keep doing it. that's my husband. that's my jerry. >> i like how he said a bike ride. during his journey, jerry managed to raise more than $20,000 for ride to recovery. a well deserved rest. glad he's in florida. erin: very proud wife as well. good for him. a frightening situation for a boy in massachusetts. >> all of the sudden -- it was like a bomb or something like that. erin: you'll hear from the 10-year-old who narrowly escaped injury when a car came crashing in his bedroom. sean: are you in the market for an island? one that's going up for auction in vermont. kevin: we are looking at matthew
before the changes start to kick in over the holiday weekend itself. we'll have the details and an update on hurricane matthew coming up in just a bit. erin: a boy in revere, massachusetts is speaking out after a terrifying incident. he was fast asleep when a car came suddenly crashing into his bedroom. the 10-year-old says at first he thought he was having a nightmare. the driver said he felt asleep and the next thing he knew he was waking up in the fifth graders bedroom. >> i everything just started to rumble for a second. i woke up and i see everything collapsing. the walls are broken. everything was -- everything was falling. my lamp and bed. >> i was thinking he is on. that's it. i'm not going to find him. i lost my son. that's it. erin: can you believe that? amazingly the boy suffered only a few scratches. the accident remains under investigation. sean: if you have a child that's
parents and caregivers to stop using homeopathic teething tablets and gels. the warning comes after adverse reactions caused by the products, including seizures, breathing problems, and lethargy. a father in utah says the hospital charged him for holding his newborn ryan grassley says the charge for $39.35 was something the bill called skin-to-skin. the hospital insists the charge was not for holding the baby but for having an additional caregiver to ensure patient safety. in this case, the nurse borrowed his camera to take a few pictures as he held the baby on his wife's chest. he had no idea they would charge him for it. he did launch a go fund
fee. erin: i wonder how much money he will raise. we have to check that out. turns now to sporting with -- sports, the red sox play game one. clay buchholz was announced as the game three starter. eduardo would go in game four if necessary. rick porcello will be on the mound for game one. >> as far as the indians go, it is a good ball club. they are very well balanced. they have guys that a run and definitely have some power threats within some really good lefthanded hitting, especially at the top of the order. >> you want to get off to a good start as the team. that is big responsibility. it is something you grow up dreaming about doing. especially against the team that -- as good as the red sox are. should be a lot of fun. i'm looking forward to it. erin: we are good. first game in the division series gets underway at 8:08. sean: a lot of detail. tom brady was back on
deflate gate suspension. he's gearing up for the game against the browns in cleveland. coach bill belichick talked to the media. when he was asked about brady's return, he wasn't having any of that. >> right now the focus is on cleveland. we can't do anything about whatever was or wasn't the last four week. we're into the cleveland week. that's all our focus is. i'm not worry about last week. i'm not worried about next week. i'm not last year. i'm worried about this week against cleveland. that's it. period. this week. cleveland. erin: who are they playing again? sean: cleveland, i think. we need to get him on the debate stage. kick off is at 1:00. erin: it definitely stays on message. we want to give a shout out to the gang of plymouth high school. the bobcats collected a staggering amount of food for the food drive. more than 4,500 pounds of food will go to the plymouth area community
minnesota has announced it will be closed on thanksgiving day. that does not mean that people will not be able to shop. the mall is giving stores until 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. it will still host the walk on thanksgiving morning. some of the facebook fans tour pleased. tony writes all stores thanksgiving giving employees time to cook and celebrate with loved ones. sean: how would you like to have your own island? cedar island is located on lake champlain. not only does it come with a boat, it also has a house. it features two bedrooms and a tennis court. there's also a guest cabin and boat house. >> 360-degree views. you have your sunrise over the green mountains
more excitement to have an island come up for auction. it is not every day in the area or even in the world you can own your own island. sean: look at that. nice views. the island goes up for auction next wednesday. bidding starts -- starts at $850,000. erin: that's a fancy home. the views throw with the foilage must be just gorgeous. kevin: we go up there every summer to there's some excellent fishing. let's leave it at that. i know that island well. oh, yes, i do. you can hear voices from the houses inside. sean: get away from my island? erin: those are my fish. kevin: we're there pretty early in the morning. right around sunrise. you notice early this morning we have the patchy fog to be had early on. visibility is down to less than a third of a mile. you have the sunshine out there early. what will be a warm afternoon. after any fog burns off within low to mid 70's today.
saturday. ha will be the only chance of showers over the next six days. cooler air will eventually win out behind it. a cool front moving through saturday as we move into sunday and columbus day. a lot of sunshine after fog burns off. that continues tomorrow as well. that's the next front there. as you can see, it comes in from the southwest. we're not talking very cold air. we're getting to that time of year with the clear skies and light winds that you have temperatures fall into the mid 30's. patchy frost in a few at the coastline, you're still in the lower range of the 40's. a lot of 30's as a very sneaky time of year where if you have still having the growing season going and you want to keep it going, you have to keep track of the clear skies and light wind nights. temperatures can kind of slowly fade back into the mid 30's an a night you may not necessarily expect it. 35 to 45 for the overnight low this is morning. we are looking at temperature this is afternoon to get up into the low to mid 30* 70's statewide after any fog
the normal fog-prone areas early this morning, you are going to want to take a few extra minutes. from there, one or two notches warmer for tomorrow. that will be with sunshine and a light wind as well. a couple of banner autumn days for us. we need the rain and the one rain chance looks to come on the first of the three days over the holiday weekend. we'll start with sunshine or patchy fog on saturday. then we'll add clouds in the afternoon. anywhere after 2:00 or 3:00 there will be the risk of a couple of showers coming through. that will be fairly brief. sunshine and the cooler temperatures. you can see the awl eye starting to redevelop through the bahamas and approaching the east central florida as either a strong category 3 or a category 4 hurricane sometime later tonight and early tomorrow. the track of the system hasn't changed much over the last 24 hours. if anything, the track remains suppressed to the south and could be matthew into the middle of next week. a weaker version.
that's understating. . temperatures low to mid 70's tonight and tomorrow. partial sunshine on saturday. temperatures falling back into the 60's. there will be the risk of a shower in the afternoon or evening on saturday. that will pull away. a breeze sets up for sunday. something for everyone here. highs mainly in the 60's with 50's up north. they are at peak for foilage and what should be a classic weekend. again we've been saying this as the disclaimer, we're getting beautiful weather. sean: we're not getting it on the holiday weekend. erin: tourism officials are happy. kevin: very true. erin: if you have to yawn, you may want to cover it up. they discovered a relationship between the length of a yawn last and how big and complex their brains are. they say the primates like humans tend to have the longest yawns compared to other species. gorillas, walruses, camels, and elephants
animals like mice and foxes have the shortest yawns. sean: you learn something new every day. still to come, people are yawning right now. shuttles people around at the speed of sound. which city is looking at plans for building a hyperloop? you've got to love autumn in new hampshire. check out the beautiful fall foilage in lancaster right here. submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u local
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erin: you can see the smile on his face. competition was held in dubai to design a hype loop. they want to be able to zip people around the city at the speed of sound. it consistence of pods. kevin: the city partnered with a los angeles-based hyperloop one to examine the possible lines. one suggests includes the undersea tunnel that would connect to iran and saud sean: the future is here. i want to get on the hyper loop. after they've tested it. coming up, a flash back to the dress. people are getting confused over what come already this purse really is. ray: we'll tell you about an unusual domestic incident involving a front end loader in bowe. reporter: preparing for matthew. i'm nikole killion with
sean: now on "daybreak," unusual attack. a man in bowe used construction equipment and put officers in danger. erin: matthew is on the move. the powerful hurricane is headed toward florida. millions of people are evacuating. kevin: cool start to the day with patchy fog gives way to sunshine and warmer temperatures if we could hang on in time for the holiday weekend ahead. >> stop. get on the ground right now. sean: dangerous chase. a chase and arrest in pelham was caught on camera. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good thursday morning to you. thanks for joining us today. looks like we're in for some great weather out there. sean: two very different stories. beautiful weather in the northeast. the hurricane, hurricane matthew gaining strength at sea.