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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a violent crime spree after a knife wielding man goes on a deadly rampage inside a mall. >> there's a killer. there's a killer so they get out so we all went in the bathroom. >> people ran for their lives at two separate scenes. the latest on the investigation and the suspect. another big victory for bernie sanders. winning the west virginia primary. renewing his commitment to the campaign and slowing hillary clinton's march to the nomination. we're live in washington. and a museum worker's fall caught on camera after he goes right through a glass floor. see how this one ends. going viral, another adorable moment for steph curry's daughter stealing the show and taunting reporters.
good wednesday morning to you. we begin with breaking news. three people are dead after a stabbing rampage in massachusetts. >> it was a wild situation, investigators are gathering evidence at multiple location this is morning south of boston, the bloodshed starting with a car crash and ending with a deadly confrontation at a mall where people ran for their lives. >> authorities just identified the suspect as arthur derosa seen here being loaded into an ambulance and abc's lauren lyster has breaking details for us. >> reporter: kendis and diane, it was a brutal stabbing rampage and by the end, two innocent people would be killed. the suspect would be shot and in all four victims in two separate locations would get stabbed by this man. >> all of a sudden people were hollering, there is a killer, there's a killer. >> reporter: a normal day at this mall quickly turning into a scene from a horror movie. >> a couple of noises. couldn't tell if it was a gunshot or couldn't tell. i saw people running, kids
running, younger girls running. >> reporter: the noises were those of a man on a stabbing rampage. arthur derosa seen taken out on a gurney taken down by the end of his attacks but not before causing terrific mayhem starting in this neighborhood. according to authorities this car crash involved the suspect who then reportedly forces himself into this home stabbing a mother and daughter with a kitchen knife. the 80-year-old mom dying. >> it was kind of chaos, definitely not in the right frame of mind. >> reporter: then the assailant taking this car to a nearby mall and crashing it into the front door of the macy's attacking more people once inside. then running to this bertucci's restaurant continuing his spree. >> he came from the back and as he was coming, sleeves shall people and people throwing chairs at him. >> reporter: witnesses fighting back or hiding. >> i went to the beauty salon and told them there's a killer
so they get out out and we all went in the bathroom. >> reporter: in the restaurant the suspect stabbing two more killing a 56-year-old man. kendis and diane it was an off-duty police officer who finally brought the brutal attacks to an end shooting the suspect who died at the hospital later. a search for motive is under way. according to reports though police say there is no evidence of a connection to terrorism. >> authorities saying it would be have a lot worse if not for that officer's actions. >> good thing. >> thank you. we turn our focus to the race for the white house. here in 2016 and command be victories for bernie sanders and donald trump. >> sanders won the west virginia primary easily and vowing to fight for every last vote. even though he scored more than 50% compared to hillary's 36% he failed to put a dent in her delegate lead. >> on the republican side donald trump, of course, soared to victories in west virginia and nebraska after clearing the gop field, he's now just 121
delegates away from officially clinching the nomination. we get the latest now from abc's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: bernie sanders notched yet another victory calling his win in west virginia tremendous. >> it appears that we've won a big, big victory in west virginia. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: hillary clinton still holds a commanding delegate lead but sanders not giving up. >> we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination. >> reporter: clinton focusing on next tuesday's kentucky primary. making no mention of west virginia's vote during her final event before polls closed. instead looking ahead to the general election and railing against donald trump. >> i'm fortunate enough to be the nominee, i am looking forward to debating donald trump come the fall. >> reporter: while the billionaire businessman is the last man standing in the gop race, he still continues to campaign in primary states going after the magic number of delegates needed to clinch the party's nomination.
republican voters sticking with the new yorker no matter what. >> i'm a registered republican so might as well vote for trump but that is not who i would want for president. >> reporter: while on capitol hill thursday down the street the white house getting pretty close to an endorsement. vice president joe biden telling abc's robin roberts this election is hillary clinton's to win. >> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee and i feel confident she'll be the next president. >> reporter: the vice presidency on the mind of donald trump. the presumptive nominee shortened his list of vfrment p picks to five or six people. someone believed to be on that list new jersey governor chris christie. kendis and diane, back to you. >> a surprise there. thank you. and a large part of southwestern kentucky is a scene of devastation after a tornado rolled through. mayfield suffered severe damage when it took a direct hit yesterday afternoon. at least ten people were injured and treated at hospitals, but
they're expected to be okay. and millions of people are racing for more of that today. strong storms will stretch from tennessee valley to the carolinas and the severe weather returns to texas and oklahoma. damaging winds and large hail are expected there. tornadoes are possible, as well. survivors of the atomic bombing in hiroshima and nagasaki reportedly welcoming the news president obama plans to visit later this month. he'll be the first sitting president to visit hiroshima since it was devastated some seven decades ago. the white house says the president will honor the victims but will not apologize for the attack. he's also not seeking an apology for the bombing of pearl harbor. the president will be in japan for the g-7 summit. yesterday, though, he had a different visitor. the president welcomed the national champion uconn women's basketball team to the white house for the fourth consecutive year. the huskies coach presenting the president with a rocking chair as a parting gift. >> in addition to the
traditional jersey and basketball, coach brought me a rocking chair. [ laughter ] now, i'm not taking this as an insult. [ laughter ] i'm assuming it was meant with love. but, coach, i do want you to know i'm not going out to pasture here. [ laughter ] >> well, the president also joked that there goes that rocking chair they'll be there next year but they won't and the uconn team continues to set a high bar for excellence he said thus improving the entire women's basketball game. >> he seemed to take that gift in good spirits. >> he'll be using it there at his new home in washington somewhere. still ahead what was found at prince's estate after investigators returned. >> and on the run. a woman involved in a wild police chase with her toddler in the car. how she got away. plus, we have new video from behind the fire lines. a unique inside look at firefighters trying to save a
check out this uber car stuck in a large pothole that just opened up in san francisco. a family inside was on the way to the airport when this all happened. the city says a brick sewer main from 1875 caused this sinkhole. luckily no one was hurt, not sure if they made their flight, though. well, prince was seen twice by a minnesota doctor in the weeks before his death. a search warrant identifies the doctor who treated him. the doctor saw prince in early april 7th and then april 20th and 20th, the day before he
died. he told authorities he had prescribed medication and was going to reveal test results and then when he got there prince had already died. from the wildfire zone in canada's alberta province we get this up close look at firefighters saving a home, a camera in the doorbell capturing the footage. this was one of the 25,000 homes saved from the flames and you see the efforts there. the fire has scorched nearly 900 square miles. it forced a temporary top to oil production in that area but some operations have now resumed. fatal accidents soared in washington state since they legalized marijuana according to a new study from aaa. pot involved in 17% of fatal crashes in washington in 2014. up from 8% in 2013. the year before pot was legal. but aaa says coming up with a test to determine driving impairment is much more difficult with marijuana when compared to alcohol. a federal judge blocked a merger between staples and
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we're tracking severe weather that could threaten areas already damaged by spring storms and tornadoes. areas of texas and oklahoma can expect damaging wind, hail and more twisters today. severe weather is also possible from the tennessee valley to the carolinas. >> as for your morning road conditions flooding is possible in that storm zone. expect some wet roads along throughout the mid-atlantic region and in the upper midwest. storms and lightning could cause possible airport delays in dallas, kansas city and minneapolis. an ohio mom is till on the run this morning after police chase caught on camera. officers try to the to stop erica barreiro-rapp as she left a courthouse facing felony charges. you can see her minivan backing away and then driving through yards. >> the video then shows the van crossing into oncoming traffic and narrowly missing a police car. the van then looks like it's heading to the interstate but swerves and crosses over a concrete barrier heading in a different direction.
police eventually called off the chase when they confirmed a toddler was inside that minivan. two northern california deputies are expected to turn themselves in today after being charged with assault in connection with this incident caught on camera. the two alameda county officers chased an auto theft suspect in the alley beating him with batons even though he was already on the ground. >> a legal battle could be ahead for the citadel in south carolina. the school has told a muslim student she will not be allowed to wear the traditional head scarf if she enrolls. the commandant says wearing the hijab would go against the school policy of cadets look similar. now that student is considering a lawsuit. and we have some more alarming video this morning. a moment a worker falls 38 feet inside philadelphia's rodin museum. he was doing work on a building when he fell through a glass floor breaking both legs, both arms and his hip. he also suffered brain damage in the accident four years ago.
he has now settled with the museum for more than $7 million. okay, and then there's this. workers at a domino's pizza in oregon are being credited with saving the life of a loyal customer. he lives on his own and doesn't come out much. when his frequent orders from domino's suddenly stopped the team at the pizza shop knew something was wrong so they took action. >> a few of my drivers had mentioned we haven't seen his order come across our screen in a while so i went and looked up to see how long it had been since he last ordered and it had been 11 days which is not like him at all. >> okay, so they sent a driver to the house to check things out. the driver heard the television was on but no one came to the door. after a 911 call deputies broke in and found the man in need of medical attention. he was taken to the hospital. we are told that he is listed now in fair condition. now to kind of a strange sight inpeed
chase as police started pursuing this bull. the animal stopped occasionally to enjoy the scenery and munch on grass. >> residents were amused sharing comments on social media. it lasted nearly four hours until a rancher on horseback wranginged the animal. >> only in texas. >> a moving chase. moving. >> moving. moo-ving. >> you need more emphasis. some sports. st. louis blues and dallas stars play game seven in their nhl playoff series and the winners goes to the western conference times. >> let's get highlights from espn. hey there, here's some sports stuff. steph curry the unanimous choice as the mvp of the national basketball association. more playoffs were taking place on tuesday. >> game five, spurs and thunder tied at two games apiece. they got it on in san antonio.
russell westbrook came to play. he's fantastic in this game. look at him. the move he put on patty mills. westbrook, 3 for 7 on threes. spurs up 77-75. kevin durant, 23 points for durant. that tied it at 78. time winding down in the fourth. they're trying to foul westbrook and eventually do but he gets the bucket, as well, 35 point, 11 rebounds, 9 assists, thunder up and heading home for game six on thursday. ice hockey. reminder there can be no five-on-two in hockey. game six. caps have to win. they're down but now they're not. tied it. john carlson on the ovechkin assist. overtime tied at three. here we go in the o.t., braden holtby makes a save, bonino is ready to throw it home. penguins, 4-3 moving on to play tampa in the eastern conference final. mariners won.
>> what was the score? >> i don't know. they won, though. they won like a bunch of games. 29 games, first place, look out. >> in-depth analysis from kenny mayne. back to you. >> thanks, guys. up next "the pulse," pore on steph curry's mvp award and how his daughter stole the show. and meghan trainor speaking out after pulling her own music video that digitally altered her body. ny foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier, and it was a real easy switch to make. hcalluses and bunions ymake them unbearable?s, introducing dr. scholl's cushions with advanced duragel technology. they provide a thin, flexible layer
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>> ♪ >> good morning everyone, i'm matt o'donnell. it is 4:27 on this wednesday. here's what's coming up on "action news." we're learning new details about deadly stabbing rampage that took place at a home and a mall in massachusetts. a mother with a toddler in her vehicle rides over lawns and in reverse. all to escape police in ohio. the flyers go prime time here on 6abc tonight. the episode of the goldbergs features a tribute to ed snider and more. we are getting some rain on storm tracker6. you see it behind my head. see it? we'll also check traffic. it's all next on "action news." >> ♪ and finally this morning a mysterious event in california and it is inspiring the faithful. >> all about this statue of the virgin mary and what she's doing.
details from joey barra from our station in fresno. >> reporter: to the faithful maria says this statue of the virgin mary is a blessing. tears seem to well up in her right eye and stream down her face. she says it's beautiful the way she looks right now. every tear she says is nothing short of a miracle. so she collects them in a glass and shares them with those who find their way to this home. a lot of people come and they can't believe it, she says. but they come with faith. >> i wanted to come see. >> reporter: richard just moved in across the street and he was invited in to take a look for the first time. >> that's amazing. it takes the words out of my mouth like wow. >> reporter: cardenez says i don't understand why she's doing it but it's something good. she says the statue was a mother's day gift she received ten years ago almost to the day. but it didn't start weeping, she says until a year and a half ago when her cousin jesse lopez was
murdered. [ speaking a foreign language ] sometimes she doesn't cry for weeks or month, cardenez says, but when she starts she will cry again. we watched one of the tears fall. it was oily and smelled like roses and another tear immediately started building up. this man who didn't want to be on camera is the statue's caretaker. he says people have tried to figure it out but have only come up with one explanation. >> we've had priests come from all over to look at her and they are -- all they say it's a miracle. >> reporter: so here the virgin mary weeps or so it seems. for anyone to see, not just the faithful. >> we're not hiding her. >> all right. well, that's what's making news in america this morning? stay with us for "good morning america." have a great wednesday.
>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> good morning everyone, it's 4:30 a.m. on this wednesday, may 11th. >> here's what we're following for you. authorities are trying to determine why a man went on a murderous stabbing rampage at a mall and at a home in massachusetts. >> a berks county student gets ahold of a school employee's gun and now they are both facing consequences. >> a presidential candidate stumps in south jersey today after a primary loss last night. >> picking up a little bit of rain out there. let's turn to meteorologist, david murphy and karen rogers. >> most of our rain this morning is down south by dover and cape may and you can see