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state trooper saw a blue toyota rav4 speeding eastward. >> the trooper tried to catch up to the vehicle to stop it, but the vehicle was traveling so fast that it got out of his sight quickly. so he radioed ahead, the hillsboro police department subsequently saw the vehicle too. reporter: a hillsboro officer pursued the vehicle for a short time trying to get the driver to pull over, but eventually broke off the chase becauf speed. authorities say it wasn't long before calls began coming in about a crash. >> apparently the operator of the s.u.v. had lost control of the vehicle and struck three other vehicles in the process. reporter: police say the driver of the s.u.v. was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. the drivers and passengers in the other vehicles were not seriously hurt. police say their investigation will continue. >> we have no idea at this point
at the rate of speed that he was for so long. there was no pursuit going on initially as to his high speed, he didn't yesterday to my blue lights at all. reporter: the other individuals who were struck by the s.u.v. are very lucky they weren't more seriously hurt. i'm andy hershberger, wmur news 9. josh: thanks. new details about a private school student here in new hampshire who was one of five teenagers killed in a crash in vermont. investigators are now considering murder charges against a man behind the wheel of the truck they say caused the crash. adam sexton is live with the story. reporter: one of the teens killed in this horrific crash attended kimball union academy in meredith. 15-year-old janey cozy was a sophomore at the private boarding school, administrators say she had gone home for the long holiday weekend. investigators say she was out%
friends and they were all in a car headed southbound on 89 that was struck by a wrong way driver. jamie -- janey's soccer coach says her loss is already being felt on campus. >> it's tragic for the community, it's tragic for the family. it's mostly tragic for jamie and we hope we can honor her memory going forward. reporter: the driver of the truck that hit the teen's car is in critical condition but he could be facing five murder charges if hevi he stole a police cruiser and caused another series of collisions, leaving several other people injured. his bail has been set at $1 million. jennifer: turning to the weather now, it is columbus day and it sure does feel like mid autumn outside. here's a live look tonight in plymouth. skies are clear, those leaves are changing. mike haddad is here with how cold it's expected to get
40 degrees, heading for the low 20's by early tomorrow morning. take a look at the readings, 47 berlin, 45 whitefield. pittsburg down to 42. preliminary nut tupper 40's. 50 to 55 elsewhere. frost advisory later on tonight dover the overnight stretch south of the mount washington valley down towards the coast but within a few miles of the coast a little above the freezing mark. but freezing western locales. look to the west, a nice little warmup. how high did the temperature go starting tomorrow afternoon? we'll look at that straight ahead. josh: as columbus day visitors make their way home, these are live pictures from 93 in windham. shelley walcott is at the hooksett rest area where a lot of people are filling up for the ride home. shelley: that's right, josh, it could be a slow ride home.
weekend, and as you can see the highways are jam packed. tourism officials say hundreds of thousands of people were up north this past weekend to take in the fall colors. they were at their pack in northern new hampshire this weekend. columbus day is the third busiest travel weekend in the state. and based on numbers from past years an estimated 600,000 visitors were expected in our state. and many of them are heading home right now and this has made things slow going out here. we spoke to some trale slow in both directions. >> we were up by crystal lake, my daughter's birthday. traffic coming back has been smooth so far. >> we're heading to the game. >> how was the drive down from belmont? >> horrible. it's taken about an hour. reporter: what does it usually take? >> 25 minutes. reporter: it's pretty jam packed out here. so if you are headed
patience because things are kind of slow. i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. jennifer: tonight there's a new director of the new hampshire state police. this afternoon captain christopher wagner was sworn in as colonel by governor hassan. wagner has been working for the state police for nearly 20 years starting as a trooper in 1995. he most recently served as a commander of the support services bureau of state police. wagner is from litchfield and graduated from u. with a criminal justice degree. josh: the political fallout continues tonight over that 2005 video in which donald trump was heard talking about groping women. today republican speaker of the house paul ryan told fellow house members he'll no longer campaign for trump. but amy coveno is live now with how some running for top offices in the granite state are sticking with trump. reporter: josh, senator ayotte is the only republican running for major office in new
that 2005 video that surfaced friday. and today the republican nominee for governor, chris sununu, was targeted by new hampshire democrats to renounce his support. >> we're here today because chris sununu's support for donald trump raises alarming questions about his judgment and his fitness to serve as governor. reporter: pressure from across the aisle monday for new hampshire republicans to take a stand against donald trump in the wake of the republican groping women, made while his mic was open during a taping of an entertainment show. >> so you stab by your endorsement? >> yeah, i do stand by him. when that video came out last week i said immediately how disgusting comments like that are. i'm focusing my race on what the people of new hampshire's needs are. reporter: jim lawrence says he is also revoltedded by the language but thinks it's a
so you can tabbed what he said, but you still endorse him? >> well, i've said this time and time again. i'm running a campaign for congress in c.d.2 in new hampshire, i'm not on the trump campaign. i'm going to let donald trump deal with the issues of the statements that he makes. reporter: lawrence says he never publicly endorsed trump but told news 9 he will stand with him. >> i don't support the statement that he made. i can tell you this, i certainly don't support hillary clinton. reporter: congressman guinta is running to keep his seat in the first c.d., he guinta denounces trump's language on the tape but says the clinton alternative is unsendable. >> i think both candidates unfortunately fall short in terms of the role model perspective. and i think most americans feel that. i think most americans are disappointed with the choices that they have, but at some point you look at the two choices and you have to make a decision. reporter: a growing list of republican senators, governors and u.s. reps reveal more than
support of trump since that scandal broke on friday, many including senator ayotte saying they will write in vice-presidential candidate mike pence instead. josh: the focus on the granite state does continue this thursday, first lady michelle obama will be in the granite state campaigning on behalf of hillary clinton. that event will be held in concord. then on saturday the republican nominee donald trump will be holding a rally at toyota of portsmouth at noon. fenway park and the red sox must win tonight against cleveland to stay in the playoffs. jamie staton is live outside of fenway with more. reporter: it is do or die inside that great old ballpark, fenway park. clay buchholz has the baseball in his hand right now, about to throw the first pitch in game three against the indians. let's take a look at the video of the guy that might need to
has certainly done it before, david ortiz. we got video of him coming out of the dugout for batting practice, we waited 55 minutes for him to come out, that's how much we wanted to get this shot in case it's the last time he comes out for batting practice. but clay buchholz has been pitching very well, the boston bats should heat up now that they're back at home, even though it's a chilly night, and this should be a great game. let's hear from the red sox manager. >> to get back ener jiedzed by our home how this team has played in fenway, the way our offense has been able to take advantage of certain things here, you know, we're looking forward to tonight. reporter: it should be a fun one, it's 55 degrees at game time. it latest be in the 40's by -- it will be in the 40's by the time this thing ends. we'll have more coming up in sports.
josh: up next, a quick arrest after an afternoon bank robbery. plus a man being held without bail charged in connection to an overdose death. why detectives say it is difficult to make this type of arrest. jennifer: plus a wedding delayed after the mother of the groom got lost in the
woods, how long it took police to find her. mike: bright skies today, more
kelly ayotte: let's be honest - both donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut
down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. >> a quick arrest after a manchester bank was robbed. josh: brian christoffels walked into the bank, handed a note to the teller and left.
officers started checking vehicles, they say when they approached his vehicle he said, quote, i give up, and was arrested. jennifer: tonight a rochester man is held without bail charged with supplying a lethal dose of fentanyl. rhine kirk was arrested sunday, capping a three-mob investigation. a 24-year-old from maine was found dead in an apartment in late june. police believe he came here specifically to buy the fentanyl that killed him. detectives say being able happen very often. >> well, they're difficult cases because a lot of times you're going to have to have a witness to the actual act of ingesting the drug. unfortunately a lot of the witnesses are tide up in the world after dix and they don't necessarily want to be cooperative with the police. jennifer: kirk will be arraigned tomorrow. josh: a chilly night at fenway and other places. mike: yes, only chilly for
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the mother of the groom got lost in the woods. jennifer: state police say dwhreaft mom had wandered off the property they were all staying at near route 302 and got lost. after an hour and a half she was located, and then reunited with her family, so then the wedding went on as planned. mike: the sun has just gone down on a very chilly columbus day in new side, but they'll shut down and that means freezing temperatures for some and a frost for others. what's the difference? you can get frost with the actual temperature just above freezing where the readings are kept at about five or six feet above be the ground. so we could see temperatures near 32. but in many cases right around 33 or 34. but right at the surfaces just cold enough for a little frost. freeze warning in effect in western parts of the state where we will likely see the temperatures dropping below 33
parts of the monadnock region and the upper valley. as for northern new hampshire you'll be well below freezing, down near 20 athrong canadian border but no advisory because you've already seen the first kill freeze or the only killing freeze of the season. as for temperatures right now, 40's north, 50's south, but in the lower range of the fifth and with the northwesterly win it feels cooler. we've seen gusts 30 to 35 today, but the wind will shut down and with clear skies tumble. on average mid 20's north. but on the canadian border lower 20's, right around freezing for many. then downtown manchester and alon the coast, mid 30's by early tomorrow morning. but we've got high pressure building in, that means sunny skies for the day tomorrow, more sun wednesday. a good part of the next several days will be rain-free. you know the story about the drought, we've got beneficial rain in spots yesterday, but none out there for tomorrow.
skies then and part of thursday. possibly sunday of the upcoming weekend a couple more scattered showers could move in. nothing like the rain we saw yesterday. highs tomorrow warmer than today. mid 60's will do it in many spots, right near the coast an on shore breeze will keep it cooler. a quick update on the tropics, tropical s notice the track, right towards bermuda by wednesday night, early thursday morning. as a category one hurricane. so hurricane watch and eventually warning up for bermuda right through the middle of the week. around here, again it's nice and quiet. sunny skies tomorrow after a cold start, milder by afternoon and the winds will be a lot lighter as well. another sold start wednesday. next chance of a shower or two
back to dry and chilly for friday, saturday, early sunday and back to average or slightly above sunday and early monday. another couple of scattered showers likely later sunday. josh: looks like clay buchholz is in a first inning jam already. we'll send to it jamie. >> clay buchholz is going to be just fine tonight, josh, you watch. they're in the first inning, we'll let you know how it's going. red sox need to win or the
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>> you can't control what happened in the past. it is what it is now. we're in the situation that we're in now, and we gotta take this thing head on. jamie: that's boston's rick porcello. if this goes four games to tomorrow afternoon he would be the starting pitcher, he would have to love the red sox chances of sending this back but they need to win tonight. game three of the american league divisional series against the cleveland indians, the sox going to the bottom of the first inning as clay buchholz gave up a couple of hit in the top of the first. but the indians were retired by clay and now the red sox will try to go to work on josh tomlin with dustin pedroia stepping in to the box. let's go to some video now of the pregame before batting practice, or during batting practice, it was david ortiz
possibility this could be the last game of his long hall of fame baseball career, but you would with never know it by looking at him. listen to him laughing there. he was greeting the indians like they were old friends, which i'm sure they are, and he was having a great time at batting practice. very loose and relaxed, just like you would expect big papi to be. if that rubs off on his teammates, then they should do well tonight. let's hear from both managers. >> i don't think we played to our capabilities, p game two. if there's a chance to press the reset button, that would be the workout day here when we returned. and then the pregame prep that we went through yesterday. but still our guys are very much aware of what's in front of us. about staying in the momentch- trying to win tonight, because it will be hard enough to do that, and we'll do our best and then we'll see what happens. if we have a chance to win,
win, then we'll start to think about tomorrow. jamie: that tomorrow game would be in the afternoon. the winner of the series between the indians and red sox, they would play the toronto blue jays in the american league championship series, that's because toronto was able to pick up a win and sweep the texas rangers in three games. last night it went 10 innings, it ended on this play where the second baseman threw the ball away. a 7-6 walkoff win in 10 innings. friday, it will either here in boston or in cleveland. we'll wrap it up at 11:00 tonight. josh: it's mansion monday on wmur.com, you can check out this colonial in handover, comes complete with a conservatory, heated pool, and terraced gardens. josh: sounds good. we'll see you back here after
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tonight, breaking news. the fallout from the videotape, and now the debate. tonight, the new poll numbers coming in. trump in crisis mode. and the woman he was talking about on that bus, tv host nancy o'dell, breaking her silence. also, house speaker paul ryan says he will no longer defend trump. tonight, trump respond playing out, 1,50 victims, families stranded by rising waters. new audio tonight during the chaos. two officers shot and killed through the front door of a home. a veteran officer, a new mom, just back from maternity leave. the urgent alert just issued on samsung smartphones, amid troubling new reports that the replacement phones are now igniting. and the frantic search, and