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aboard this plane when it crashed in colombian. new at 7:00, the chilling selfie taken before the deadly crash. >> sara: this year's drought affecting holiday cheer in massachusetts. what to look before putting up your christmas tree. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: tuesday morning, november 29th, we appreciate you spending time with us this take it slow on the roads this morning. we have freezing rain -- warning for freezing rain for parts of metrowest and worcester county and check in with fox25 meteorologist jason brewer in for shiri spear this morning with look at this morning's forecast. >> jason: freezing rain advisory continues for parts of northwest middlesex county all the way back across northern worcester into southern new hampshire and this is where we have seen some light rain coming through this morning,
overpasses and there's more back to the west that i'm keeping tabs on. right now this first batch of light freezing rain made its way northeast ward and pretty much dried up and here comes another round now that's going to be over keene by 7:15 over to say mildford in southern new hampshire just after 8:00. so you can see the temperatures right now in the lower 30s, anywhere you see the 31's and 32's we have a concern and i am watching the temperature already rising off the overnight lows. that's good lived event and don't want anyone to be caught off guard. boston close to 50? by 3:00 and comes along with a lot of heavy rain and how much could be falling. >> julie: sky fox closed because of lynnway at shooting at commercial and shepherd street and streetcars still on scene and let you know as soon as that reopens.
slightly on 93 south medford into somerville. pike looks good as head from natick into the weston tolls into newton. expressway typical volume from the braintree split up through neponset. here are live drive times. 43 many continues on pike eastbound. half hour on expressway, 40 minutes on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: breaking news in lynn this morning where police now confirm 1 of their officers was involved in a shooting this morning. >> sara: this is a live look right n been shut down since early this morning while police investigate. fox25 michael henrich has been live at the scene since 4:00 a.m. when this all unfolded, michael. >> michael: police chief gave another update about 5 minutes ago saying -- giving a little more detail about the armed robbery that he says took place here on the lynnway, down at the intersection with commercial street. a little bit further down the block here.
police chief says the armed robbery happened before 4:00 this morning, and a violent struggle ensued between the male suspect who had his hands in his pockets and claimed he was armed and the clerk. the chief says the clerk was not hurt. the suspect on the other hand started walking down the block on the lynnway here between commercial and shepherd streets which does remain closed at this hour and police responded to that scene. the chief says that when the 2 who again claim to be armed, started coming at the officers. then the chief says the officers tried to maintain distance, keep backing up and backing up but when the suspect refused and did not remove his hands from his pockets, the chief says 1 of the officers ended up discharging his firearm, shooting his gun, hitting that suspect. that suspect is now in surgery at mass general hospital. the 2 officers involved in the
they were taken to the hospital per protocol as is the case in officer involved shootings. now, at this point the police chief said he can not release any further information. directed us is not district attorney's office which will be the point for any new details that might be released in the coming hour. so again, that's the latest information from about 5 minutes ago. we will continue to work the scene here to get you more. for now live in lynn, michael henrich, >> sara: we are also following breaking news out of colombia right now where 5 people are in the hospital after rescue crews pulled them from the wreckage of deadly plane crash. and in the last 5 minutes cnn is reporting that a sixth survivor was found. the chartered plane was carrying 81 people, including members of brazilian soccer team. daniel miller joins us with selfies that were taken moments before the plane went down. >> daniel: incredible photos
efforts at the crash site have been suspended for now because of heavy rain in the area. it crashed in colombia. 72 passengers and 9 crew members were on board. now, here are the pictures we are talking about. we are getting into the newsroom. these 2 pictures tweeted out just before the plane took off from bolivia in route to colombia by alan. 1 picture he is with goal keeper and 1 picture he is sitting nex the daryl mail reporting they are among the survivors from the crash after being pulled live from the wreckage. this is first look at the video from the crash scene. it is very dark but you can tell it is a mountainous area. rescuers there using flashlight and head lands to try to fine survivors and also have video of ambulance arriving at the airport with 1 of the survivors inside. colombian news reports say at least 1 of the survivors of the soccer team was conscience and talking.
were expected to play in the copa suda merck cana tomorrow night and the group's president now headed to metayen. the plane reported electrical problems as it got closer to the airport and a lot of information is still developing at this hour and we will keep you updated here on air and fox25boston.com all morning as we learn more. in the newsroom, i'm daniel morning 1 person dead after a rollover crash in east boston and happened late last night at route 1 north just past logan airport. you can see the video that the car is rolled over. the road was closed several hours and police investigated and working to find out if any other cars were involved. we will update you on any developments throughout the morning. >> sara: a woman in her 90s is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after she was hit by her neighbor's car. the accident happened on adams
police say driver, woman in 70s lost control of her car and hit the woman. the victim was flown to the hospital with serious head injuries. >> area that the driver was familiar with. we don't know why for some reason almost at the final destination the vehicle seemed to just acsegregate. >> sara: police say they believe a medical issue may have been to blame for the crash. it is still unclear if any charges will be filed. >> gene: 7:07. driver accused of hitting killing a driver in brockton turned himself in. no charges have been filed. car plows into the 22 if-year-old victim on north main street and kept going. sergio laconia died from his injuries early yesterday morning. friend told fox25 laconia recently moved to brockton from honduras where's wife and 3 young children still live. the driver's name has not yet been released. >> sara: police are investigating whether attack at
yesterday investigators spent hours searching the home of 18-year-old college student who attacked 11 people. they are also digging into the suspect's social media accounts. police say abdul razak ali artan drove a car into a crowd of people, then jumped out and started stabbing them with a butcher knife. nearby police officer shot and killed artan just 1 minute after he started attacking the people. investigators say they have found at least 1 anti-united states facebook post linked to artan. of someone who was self-radicalized. artan came to the u.s. as somalian refugee and later granted citizenship. the 11 people who were hurt are all expected to be okay and that is thanks to ohio state officer alan haruchgo. the university is hailing him a hero this morning. he was responding to nearby gas leak when the suspect's car jumped the curb. >> gene: today former
trump for a second time. he is not the only person interested in secretary of state. david petraeus met with trump yesterday to talk about the prestigious position. >> walked us around the world and variety of challenges out there and some of the students as well. >> gene: now, after yesterday's meeting trump tweeted he was very impressed. last year 2 years probation and avoiding jail time as part of plea deal. gene: trump made another pick for the cabinet. last 15 minutes transition team confirmed by e-mail he will nominate tom price to lead the department of health and human services. he is orthopedic surgeon from georgia who has been a leading critic of obamacare calling it threat to quality and affordable healthcare. congressman stephen lynch announced he supports ohio representative tim ryan's
minority leader nancy pelosi. he agrees with changing the dick's party -- democratic's direction and polanski was -- pelosi was challenged by ryan earlier this month. >> sara: massachusetts workers rallying for higher pay. it is part of nationwide movement to push for 15-dollar minimum wage. workers in 340 taking part in the strikes. massachusetts will have 1 of the nation's highest minimum wages when its increased in january to $11 an hour. those rallying today hope to convince legislatures to pass the bill to raise the state's minimum wage again to $15 an hour. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. taking look at drive time on the expressway right now and hovering around the 30 minute
at radar and showing light rain into freezing rain for south new hampshire all the way back across western worcester county and moving east about 30 miles per hour and put new tracker on this and show you who can expect some ice the next 30 minutes straight ahead. >> gene: 7:10. update on local motor that overdosed in the dollar store with her young daughter by her side. what the lawyer argued as she hid her face in court. >> jessica: went up in flames and neighbor was ayla brown to save him after he ran outside engulfed in
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out of house and engulfed in flames and had to tear the shirt off him late last night when this all happened past several hours there had been fire engine and look at the roof you can see spots in the fire department had to vent it and serious damage to the back of the house where it caught fire. terrifying moment in tewksbury, moments after the house caught fire elderly man came running out engulfed in flames. >> pretty much on fire at the doorway, daughter had him and he was yelling and screaming. >> jessica: came running to help. >> ran over and came to help and put them out and taking shirt off and stuff. >> mainly from the back of the house and flown to the hospital and daughter also hospitalized for smoke inhalation while the fire department says the man's burns are severe, squire says he is tough older man and does
>> does everything with the driveway, mows the lawn, 84 years old. pretty active. >> this morning we do know the older man is still in the hospital and working to get an update on the condition. fox25 news. >> sara: learning cause of another fire that took life of 90-year-old man. too close sparked last week. 91-year-old armonst. lauren has been killed. >> massive wildfire burning around the smoky mountains in tennessee. resort city of gatlinburg in middle of the danger and guests told to stay because it is too dangerous now to leave. much of the rest of gatlinburg under mandatory evacuation and searching camp sites and nature areas and compers who may not
30 buildings caught overnight and burned and fortunately there have not been reports of deaths or injuries after mandatory evacuation was issued. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. delays on 107 and people using to get around the area that is still closed. things starting to slow down on route 1 southbound as you saugus. 93 south stop and go through medford into somerville. expressway rarely do we get release there as you head from the braintree split up to freeport street. here are live drive times, 37 minutes route 1, half hour on the expressway and we are inching toward an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist jason brewer in for shiri spear this morning and he is tracking some slippery conditions north and west of 495. >> that's where you got to watch, julie. that's where the air is still
it is falling into the cold air and freezing up on cars, possibly overpasses, elevated surfaces always more of concern and lose heat so readily. so you doppler radar as get keene to near gardner, that's where the next batch of light rain has been moving through. we had 1 little batch earlier, didn't produce much but here comes another shot and that's where we are going to watch over the next hour possibly all the way over to nashua by 8:15 as just showed you moments ago and worcester county detected as rain on radar and see why, up to 33 now, brookfield still at 32. so just right on the edge here, leominster at 32, some of the very local temperature i'm able to show you, hollis, londonderry and medway, salisbury, reading, not too concerned that any steadier rain will arrive before those temperatures rise above freezing, already up to 40 in boston off of the morning low.
freezing earlier, up to 37 now, what's going on and we have a warm front turning the winds around out of the southeast and that's going to be helping to bring those numbers up despite clouds and rain on the way. so let's track the temperatures are the rain. here is 10 in the morning, best chance to have the wet weather is going to be up north and west of the 495 corridor. then as we get to midday, some of those showers punch through over to the coast, nothing particularly heavy just yet and into the evening drive see a lot of yellose and oranges on the map and potential for very heavy rain and most prevalent very heavy rain south of the pike today, possibly an inch of rain. look at the temperatures. despite the rain we are running in the upper 40s and the lower 50s as you step out the door to head home later today. but you're going to need the umbrella, going to need the rain gear for sure. midnight tonight, most of the rain is shutting down and still have some for the cape and islands. so travel the next couple of days, not looking good this
afternoon not looking good because we have another round of rain on the way. we wake up cloudy in the morning, dry, could be fog and have to watch out for that and get into wednesday afternoon, here comes the next batch of rain moving in and temperatures above average for the next couple of days and friday get back to seasonable weather and weekend always in view and saturday 10 to 2 at jordan's touchdown in natick and out there accepting coats, need 300 of them and seasonable for the weekend and then next week, models are split on when the next weather maker arrives, could be monday or tuesday, put a low chance for some snow and rain on the forecast next week and all the eyes on ice this morning, north and west of 495,
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>> sara: tomorrow at&t will be launching directv now. at&t purchased satellite 2 years ago and they can subscribe to watch the service online. directv now will stream more than 120 channels and be available at variety of devices including smartphones, tablets and apple tv's. >> gene: if you plan on cutting down the christmas tree this weekend, might have a
without much of selection this holiday season. this>> this is not normal, drout damage, those needles will not grow back. >> gene: mark hartman trying to weather the storm at christmas tree farm. >> you can see the drought had on growth. yellowing, not quite dead yet, needles staying on and not very healthy and not doing well. >> and farm in the spring and lost about 1,000 of them. >> gene: most of the affect affected farm eastern part of the state and abol in charlton and posted on facebook page it
the mistletoe christmas tree farm faring better thanks in large part to plan b. >> supplementing with free cut trees. >> not only now but years down the road as well. >> i think what's going to affect a lot of farm in the area with drought is in 6 years those planned trees last year will >> gene: he is selling trees 15% because of a typical year because of browning and not all christmas tree farms are affected by the drought. >> deal with a little bit of ice and north and west of 495 and closer look at stormtracker
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thank you so much for joining us. >> rain should help with the drought situation we have. believe it or not that's still lingering and decent rain since the summer ended and here in fall and still in deficit situation. >> hard to believe still running 8 to 11 inches below normal despite heavier events and right now watching needed rain on the way and falling into cold air and anywhere west of 495 north of worcester that's where we have the concern for freezing rain this morning. here is next batch i have been watc and this 1 is more steady, so coming across southern new hampshire now in parts of western worcester county, let me show you here some of the towns it passed. over toward merrimack by 8:00, derry by 8:20, manchester as well, just some light freezing rain and only takes a trace to create problems on the roads. temperatures right now you can see 32 in pepperell, that's spot that i'm concerned about, jaffrey at 31, and we have some freezing temperatures down to the south as well that are out
are rising up through the 40s, 3:50?, but it is at the expense of some heavier showers, some embedded rumbles can't be ruled out late in the day, southcoast as that warm air makes way northward and more on heavy rain threat and how long it lasts. here with traffic. out before you can see huge impact on drive time. as you shift slightly north, remind you part of the lynnway still closed between shepherd street and commercial street so 107 piling up slightly as people use that as detour. live look at route 1, jampacked for the weekday commute. 42 minutes on route 1, almost an hour on 93 south, 44 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to
>> breaking news out of lynn where police officer was involved in shooting early this morning. >> this is live look at the lynnway which has been shut down since early this morning while police investigate. fox25 michael henrich live at the scene and, michael, new information from the chief. >> officer involved shooting all started with armed robbery at gas station here on lynnway at maintain a strong presence here throughout the north end southbound lanes and shepherd street and involved state police troopers and detectives assigned to the d.a.'s office. the police chief says before this officer involved shooting landed the robbery suspect in the hospital, that man told the gas station clerk he had a gun. that happened a little before 4:00 this morning.
up on the lynnway on foot when responding officers found him. the chief says the suspect refused to cooperate. >> the individual had hands in his pockets, officers asked him to show hands, refused to do so, continue to come at the officers, eventually 1 of the officers fired his weapon >> surgery at mass general hospital and follow-up questions, of course, including whether a gun was recovered, asked for other details and at this point per protocol as well, the chief says following information, further information would come to the district attorney's office and working to get that for you. live in lynn, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: and we continue to follow breaking news out of south america. the death toll has once again changed following an overnight
that a sixth person had survived but now we have learned 1 of the original people pulled from the wreckage has died at the hospital. that person is the goalie for brazilian soccer team that was on board the plane. that means 76 of the 81 people on that plane are now dead. it is too early to know exactly what caused the crash but investigators in colombia say they are looking at either an electrical problem or that the plane ran out of fuel. there was bad weather in the area and plane had land. >> gene: 2-year-old girl's death investigated as homicide and another child called 911. autopsy was done yesterday. revealed that madison dana died from blunt trauma injuries. no 1 has been charged. police are still investigating. >> gene: lawrence mother out of jail released by a judge but charged with child endangerment. 36-year-old mandy mcgowan
floor of family dollar store. her young daughter begging her to wake and up witness recorded it on cell phone. yesterday mcgowan's attorney argued for the release saying she is taking steps to get clean. >> program, been in the program ever since, 67 days into her recovery. >> mcgowan has been ordered to have no contact with her daughter. the little girl now under the custody of state o >> sara: just weeks after massachusetts voters approved question 4, 1 local town is refusing to issue permits to pot shops at least for now. fox25 catherine parrotta live in ashland where special town meeting was held last night, catherine. >> catherine: at the end of the meeting they had a vote, if you can call it that, residents overwhelmingly in favor of blocking businesses interested in selling recreational
legislation. if there's too many flaws in it, there's too many holes in it. >> haven't had any traumatic events. >> catherine: election day has come and gone and it brought legalization of marijuana. when it comes to selling it, ashland says not so fast. ashland residents voted at special meeting last night pass and blocks businesses that want to apply for zoning permits on 2018 when retail sale of marijuana becomes legal statewide and decision wasn't unanimous. >> enough peep say they do want it and respect democracy but i think what you have to do in your political and public
>> catherine: supposed to be legal to possess marijuana december 18th secretary of state says says it would happen middle of december but law is certain to be certified by the beginning of 2017 and delays are not 1 thing is decided, consumers won't be able to buy pot in any ashland stores at >> dudley last night there was also town meeting and selectmen there put together committee to put with recommendations for regulating marijuana and also in spencer they had a meeting with concerned citizens who don't want a medical marijuana dispensary in their town and met with selectmen to discuss some of their concerns. live in ashland, catherine
>> gene: ride hailing companies have agreed to combincomprehensive background check starting january 6th and drivers will have 3 months to complete new requirement. >> sara: today is first day for blue hill hunting and department of conservation hunt aimed at keeping the deer population under control. the event will be taking place until tomorrow and will happen again on december 6th 7th and in order to participate hunters have to enter a lottery on the department's website. melville police had tricky situation on their hands when they set out to rescue mother skunk and her baby. these pictures showed them using a long pole and recycle ben to trap the animal and somehow stuck in storm drain. >> crowd on hand to bring
last night. mayor marty walsh lit the copley christmas tree with help of some of the friends, namely santa and rudolph, good guys. some carolers on hand to get everyone into the spirit and mayor will light up the tree on boston common on thursday night. mark your calendars, especially if you're james taylor fan. he is coming back to boston. singer song write and her huge sox fan will bring summer ballpark tour to fenway park. third year in there. boston will be taylor's final stop on tour. tickets go on sale friday and scheduled for august 11th. >> julie: live drive times 45 minutes 128 southbound as you head from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. jason? >> jason: i'm still tracking rain and paint colors freezing rain, southern new hampshire and northern mass and get in here
getting down to the ground now, dryer weather farther south and all get in on the rain later today and got the latest timing future cast model showing where the heaviest rain likely to fall in a few more minutes. >> gene: 7:39. called pink but we are not talking about the color here. coming up new synthetic drug police say 8 times more potent than her went. plus local parents blasting a boston charter school for not keeping them informed. >> my child not safe here.
coming up. >> gene: parents vowing to send kids somewhere else after assault on school bus and more from meeting held last night. >> parents left the meeting last night on boston renaissance public school and demanding kids kept safe and 6-year-old boy sexually assaulted and threatened another boy on school bus. the incident reportedly happened november 3rd. the school immediately notified affected families as well as police and the department of children and the department of elementary and secondary education says they weren't notified within the required 48 hours. important we talked to they are upset about the school's response about what happened and found out about the incidents 2 weeks after it happened in a facebook post. >> nothing was geared toward us, toward defendants and kids and used to be defended but what about my child.
you want your kids to be. >> daniel: some parents are upset and some have faith and notification said in statement here and we want to emphasize, however, the families of affected children were contacted immediately and decision to notify only those families was made to protect the privacy and well-being of these very young children and had almost immediately put in safeguards to protect the safety of all renaissance students. if you would like to read the at fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: dea taking emergency action against a drug they say is 7 times more powerful than heroin. the designer drug known as pink was a failed painkiller created decades ago. now it is making a comeback in growing opioid epidemic in the united states. they can buy it online as pills or powered but because it is synthetic official say it could
>> realize don't know what we are dealing with. this is chemist mad scientist. it is not being made in a legitimate pharmaceutical. >> sara: dea classified pink ease scheduled 1 drug that put in same category as heroin and lsd. >> sara: new hampshire police in opioid epidemic and help sniff out drugs and form of heroin popular in prison. the dog's powerful noses will help officers find the drug hidden in paintings, drawings or letters sent to inmates. >> when drugs introduced into the prison it can become a serious safety and security concern. it causes gang activity, criminal activity, happening on inside, pushes addictions along. >> gene: dogs in middle of 9-week training program and
>> julie: good morning, everyone. we track traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. for south shore commuters things moving along fine as we approach 228 and hit a little bit of stop and go traffic as you approach route 18 in the weymouth area. shifting slightly west 24 looks fine as of 95 heading toward 128. expresswayths bit -- a little bit sluggish into the neponset area and dorchester and you can see pretty typical volume past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 24 minutes on route 3 the split. 20 minutes on 24, 33 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist jason brewer in for shiri spear today and tracking what could be some slippery conditions for some commuters. >> jason: temperatures still at freezing and just below in southern new hampshire and northern mass and the concern too right now is even if a few temperatures are right at or above freezing they actually could come down a little bit
there's manchester right now all the way back say toward amherst, it is the line northwest middlesex county where we are concerned about some light icing. pepperell up to brookline, mildford to new ipswich this bash of light rain coming in and likely producing a little bit of freezing rain on overpasses and bridges and cars. some sidewalks could be slick as well. back here toward greenfield, we had the icing all morning long and making way into w athol keep an eye out because that's going to be a spot to watch. even at 33 now, drop 31 or 32 briefly and doesn't take more than a trace to create problems on the roads. you see the 31 degree readings in southern new hampshire. now we go back closer to boston where temperatures have risen up to 44 in lynn, 40 at logan, 43 at hull, so we are not concerned about any freezing there and then as you go southward, south shore, cape and islands, all in
now, let's jump ahead to 10:00 this morning. we will continue to see the best chance for any wet weather north and west of 495 and as temperatures rise the freezing threat is ending. look at the temperatures rising up through the 40s and then at noon time a few spots to the south are already running around 50?. but we have a better chance to get wet for lunch hour here at least with light rain, then the heavy rain threat develops here toward the middle part of the afternoon and right in time for the evening drive and that's going time as well. it is going to be rainy, won't be able to enjoy the weather but going to be out there through the better part of the even and showers will continue into the late night hours for the cape before moving off and leaving us alone for the wednesday morning drive time. but i got a poor travel outlook for tuesday evening, wednesday morning looking good and then we are back to 4 on wednesday afternoon and evening as well. because we had another batch of rain on the way. so we wake up cloudy with some
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>> gene: johnthony walker being charged for crash last week that killed 6 elementary school students. the school principal expressed concern about walker twice. students claimed walker was trying to hurt them. walker was also accused of swearing at the kids which had 1 parent threatening to beat him up. the crash is still under investigation but official say
unapproved route at the time. gene: jury selection for south carolina church attack. yesterday federal judge granted man's request and roof found competent in the charleston attack. 9 people were killed. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. >> sa: not fly list and captured board a plane atlanta to california last week. >> donald trump is president. at you don't like it too bad. >> sara: woman that recorded the rant said man had been yelling about trump in the airport before boarding and since apologized to allow him to stay on the flight and in addition to banning refunded
sara: president-elect wants to make the christmas tree great again. look at ornament from donald trump. tiny hat has made of brass and finished in gold. going for about $150 on donald trump's website. it is also popping up on amazon for more than $200. along with some not so nice >> gene: give you idea how busy online shopping was, early sales set up to surpass the industry initial estimate expectation and set around $3.4 billion overall. after weekend filled with shopping until you drop, today is all about helping out the less fortunate. today marks giving tuesday, started in 2012 as way to
donations whether you give money or blood or time and charity work with #givingtuesday. i have been giving others a cold. >> sara: i think you gave me mine. >> gene: looks good enough to comes wealth working fireplace southern new hampshire and northern mass and heavy rain for tuesday straight ahead.
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tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists. clearer skin is possible. >> gene: latest on survivors after plane crash. >> police remain on scene after early morning officer involved shooting what crime the suspect committed before officers fired their gun. >> sara: former governor mitt romney has another meeting with
morning. coming up military man that admitted to leaking american secrets also in consideration for secretary of state. this is boston's only local news at 8:00. fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thank you for joining us on tuesday morning, november 29th, hope you're having a great morning so far, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: dealing with freezing rain and definitely want to bundle up and check in with jason brewer in morning and watching and concord and parts of northwestern and middlesex county and also parts of far west worcester don't
some freezing temperatures and see those 31's and 32's, obviously that's where your concern is. that's going to be the issue here over the next hour or so before we can warm temperatures before freezing and not greater boston area and fog for evening drive time and temperature rise and rain moves in and much more and julie comes with traffic. >> julie: typical volume and street and commercial street before earlier officer involved shooting. route 1 backing up as you approach the tobin. 93 south stop and go through medford into into somerville. pike moving along fine and accident that happened within the last few minutes. expressway typical volume from the braintree split up to freeport street and 53 minutes
weston tolls. back to you. >> lynnway should down more than 4 hours now and police investigate officer involved shooting and scene around 5:00 this morning, a lot of officers and crime tape at that scene and few hours later we are hearing from the police chief about what happened. >> sara: fox25 michael henrich live at the scene where the investigation continues this morning. michael >> michael: deja vu and police presence blocking north and southbound lanes of the lynnway between commercial and shepherd streets. all because the police chief says an armed robbery suspect ended up from the scene and forcing 1 of the officers to
police chief says armed robbery happened at corner of lynnway and commercial street and a violent struggle followed between that suspect and the clerk inside the gas station. by the time the officers got here again the police chief says that that suspect ended up going toward the officers not allowing them to maintain distance between themselves and the suspect and that is why chief says 1 of the gun. suspect undergoing surgery right now and officers that responded and were involved in the incident were taken to the hospital as part of protocol but the chief says they were not hurt. dit speak with representative have the district attorney's office and as soon as new information made available right away and live in lynn, michael henrich, fox25 news.
the hospital after rescue crews pulled from the wreckage of plane crash. 76 people on the chartered plane were killed and soccer team. >> daniel: people pulled from the wreckage was goalie for the brazilian soccer team and learning the search efforts at the crash site have been suspended for now because of he the plane crash late last night on its way from bolivia from the airport in colombia, airport says 72 passengers and 9 crew members on board the plane. these 2 photos tweeted out before the plane from bolivia and goal keep and her another picture you can see him sitting to another player. the daily mail reporting this morning he is among the survivors and pulled from the
from the scene of the crash. very dark, but you could tell it is a mountainous area and using flashlights to find survivors. colombian news reports say 1 of the survivors was from the soccer team and conscience and talking and was on board the plane as mentioned and expected to play in copa suda mer cana tomorrow night and suspended the tournament and group's president and heading out. and electrical problems as got closer to the airport and will be following the story all morning for you bringing very latest updates as soon as we get them. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: developing this morning 1 person dead after rollover crash route 1 north past logan airport. you can see in the video the car rolled over. the road was closed several hours while police investigated and working to find out if any
throughout the morning. new at 8, 34 people have been arrested during a protest during minimum wage in cambridge. police say the arrests were preplanned by organizers in central square. protesters were blocking traffic but road since been opened. the group holding the demonstration calling for $15 an hour as wages -- for wages for minimum wage and similar protest planned at logan airport and other cities across the country today. >> sara: woman in 90s in the hospital after hit by neighbor's car. police say driver, woman in her 70s lost control of her car and hit the woman. the victim was thrown to the hospital with serious head injuries. >> there was an area that the driver was familiar with and don't know why for some reason almost at final destination and vehicle seem to just accelerate. >> sara: police say medical
the crash and still unclear if any charges will be filed. >> gene: drunk driver accused of hitting and killing man in brockton and so far no charges have been filed. showed you surveillance video over the weekend and car plows into the 25-year-old victim on north main street and kept going. sergio laconia died from the injuries yesterday. laconia recently moved to brockton to honduras where the wife and 3 young children still live. the driver's name has not been >> sara: police are investigating whether an attack at ohio state was an act of terror. yesterday investigators spent hours searching the home of 18-year-old college student who attacked 11 people. they are also digging into the suspect's social media accounts. police say abdul razak ali artan drove a car into a crowd of people and then jumped out and started stabbing them with a butcher knife. nearby police officer shot and killed artan just 1 minute after he started attacking the people.
states facebook post linked to the attacker. they also say artan has been makings of someone that was self-radicalized. somalian refugee and later granted citizenship. the 11 people that were hurt are all expected to be okay and that is thanks to this man ohio state officer. university hailing him as hero this morning examine they say he was responding to nearby gas leak when the suspect's car jump >> gene: today former massachusetts governor mitt romney will meet with donald trump for a second time. romney is considered for secretary of state but he is not the only person that wants the job. retired general david petraeus met with trump to talk about the position. >> walked us around the world, showed us variety of challenges out there and some of the students as well. >> gene: after yesterday's meeting trump tweeted he was
and sentenced 2 years avoiding jail time as part of plea deal. gene: president-elect donald trump made pick for his cabinet. last 15 minutes transition team confirmed by e-mail he will nominate representative tom price to lead the department of health and human services. price is orthopedic surgeon from georgia who has been a leading critic of obamacare calling it a threat to quality and affordable announced he is supporting tim ryan's campaign to outseat house minority leader nancy pelosi. he agrees with ryan's idea of changing the direction and focusing on winning back the trust of working american families. pelosi was challenged by ryan earlier this month. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. if the pike eastbound part of
jason? >> shiri is off today and reporting to me from brookline, new hampshire and 31? and drizzle freezing up. not a big widespread freezing event and something to watch here over the next hour or so as still have freezing numbers in those locations. i'm back with look at heavy rain that's on the way a couple times this week straight ahead. >> sara: winter is on the way but the zika virus is still spreading. coming up the new sta
damage from the fire and back of the house. >> engulfed in flames. >> yelling and screaming. >> jessica: happened before 8:00 and mike squires came out to help. >> came over to help and put them out and shirt off and stuff. >> fire that lives here flown to the hospital, his daughter also hospitalized for smoke inhalation. while the fire department says the man's burn are severe, squire says he is a good man. >> does everything and mows lawn
condition in the hospital this morning but we do know he does still remain in a hospital. live in tewksbury, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: this morning a massive wildfire burning in and around the smoking mountains of tennessee. resort city of gatlinburg in the middle of the flames and gusts rather at 1 hotel are actually being told to stay away -- actually to stay put rather because right now it is just too dangerous to leave the area. much of the rest of the resort area is under a mandatory searching camp sites areas who may not get out of there and 30 buildings burned overnight and deaths or injuries. wildfires threatening the famous dollywood resort. entire property has been evacuated as flames get closer to the gates but so far firefighters have been able to keep the park safe. dollywood closed down today and
tomorrow. >> route a northbound north of the airport and few police cars on scene and getting ready to head out and refuel. accident north of the shoulder in montvail ave and start to approach the medford area. south of the pike expressway slow going from the braintree split to neponset. live drive time, 39 minutes 128 to the tobin. 37 minutes on 51 minutes up -- we are up to 52 minutes on 93 south from the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear with a little bit of rain impacting slippery conditions and north of the pike. >> pink colors coming through and we had light freezing rain reported in western mass and
but winds out of the southeast and not going to have the freezing temperatures around much longer. in fact, right now brookline and drizzle trying to make the way eastward and watching the light freezing rain in western worcester county but encountering temperatures that are now mostly above freezing. still a few pockets down at 32 or less. let's drill in and show you those hollis at 31, swansea at back over here toward say north grafton, that's 32? there. these are our local temperature sensors showing you up close where the coldest air is and again most spots rising just above freezing but here is the thing. light rain comes in and it cools the air as it falls and so you can get temperatures to drop back down to 32 just briefly and create some light icing, maybe on overpasses, so do just take care of the next hour or so in those spots map meanwhile lower
in middle 30s as go to the metrowest neighborhoods and it was 32 when we began this morning, what's going on, we talk about those southeast winds, they are starting to develop, they are not strong yet but you start to see 5, 15 miles per hour cape and islands, just enough to bring warmer air northward and that's going to send temperatures in through the 40s and even into the lower 50s in a spot or 2 today down to the south. so there's noon time, a good chance of light rain movin but the heavy rain i think is going to really hold off until the evening drive time, perfect timing, right? so lunch hour plan for the umbrellas but you will definitely need them area wide at 5:00. so tracking heavy pockets especially south of the pike and into the early evening hours and then things quiet down overnight and left with dry wednesday morning and temperatures rise to the middle 50s on wednesday before more rain arrives and see
rainfall through tuesday and pile on another half inch to inch on wednesday afternoon and into the night and then look at this, ending up with 1, 2 inches area wide and possibly amounts a little higher than that in few spots and so that's going to put dent in the drought but we are not getting drought curing type rain. that would be too much too fast. and 7-day forecast and weekend always in view, we cle of the drive looks okay, friday isolate flurry leftover and weekend always in view. coat and dropoff day in natick at 10:00 a.m. over in jordan and need 300 coats, guys, and bring them in and we will be out there for you. >> sara: police say the driver that caused a deadly car crash on the pike was drunk and high behind the wheel.
and potential outbreak could be just around the corn and her 1 doctor tells us there are a number of factors creating a perfect germ storm. >> achy, cough, nausea. >> sara: massachusetts residents might remember what getting the flu feels like. >> unbelievable. it knocks you out for weeks. >> sara: not necessarily translating into prevention. >> have you got yet? >> at least by 1 measure remain somewhat low and despite a plethora of places to get the shot and latest data from the department of health and human services shows the vaccination rate for 1 group of medicare beneficiaries at 21% in massachusetts. >> can concerns me. this is the time when we should be vaccinated.
the most powerful way to keep the flu at bay. >> even good years 60 to 70% effective but even those that get the flu after getting the vaccine tend to have milder cases. >> sara: this week the center for disease control reported uptick in some parts of new england. ? ? >> sara: holiday season is prime time to spread because influenza ke crowd, many of whom could be unprotected. definitely not too late to get a flu vaccination and keep in mind it keeps 2 weeks to have maximum protection. >> texas officials say they have the first case of zika virus spread by mosquitos in the state. she is not pregnant and no longer has virus in her blood
florida is only other state where mosquitos have been found to carrying the zika virus. and it is a big investment and even bigger mission. congress will soon vote on plan to vote of funding and billions of dollars to the cancer moon shot by the state of union address. bill has been in the works for a year. other diseases like alzheimer's would benefit too. the bill would also budget billion dollars for state grants to address the opioid crisis. republican leaders say they will hold a vote this week on final signed on and say they are still negotiating a final agreement. jason right now still tracking pockets of drizzle mainly around southern new hampshire and freezing temperatures hanging around and heavy rain threat on the way to come along with those mild temperatures straight
>> gene: rain coming together and something you need to be aware and already have icy spots out there and tweak from mass dot and they got trucks out there like 171 trucks in western mass and central mass to deal with the icing problems. >> greenfield where first reports coming >> jason: light drizzle and not much more than that and still a little bit of freezing concern north and west of 495. now, it is pretty spotty and, in fact, spotty nature of this moving by manchester and back toward gardner in western mass it has been more prevalent and leominster and ringe and keene and pockets of freezing
here this morning. >> julie: earlier volume building on pike eastbound starting to look a little bit better toward route 9 in framingham. north of the pike we still have blocked off because of that breaking news we have been following about an officer involved shooting. so it has blocked between shepherd street and commercial street and 107 the way you get around it so seeing slight backups there. as you could see stop and go conditions on the zakim bridge and leverett connector. here are live drive time, 36 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. about an hour on 93 south, 47 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls.
>> sara: learning more about the initial call that led to the shooting and parts of that busy road remain blocked off, michael. >> michael: southbound lanes they intend to keep close for now and this is why. focused in southbound lanes and sidewalk right beside it and officer involved shooting started with armed robbery down the lynnway here on the commercial state corner on the gas station there. the police chief says before that shooting landed the robbery suspect in the hospital that man told the gas station clerk he had a gun. this all happened a little bit before 4:00 this morning.
followed and responding officers found him and chief says the suspect refused to cooperate. >> hands in pockets and refused to do so and continue to come at the officers, they moved back, tried to create distance and eventually 1 of the officers fired his weapon. >> michael: officers taken to the hospital as part of protocol and officer sot hospital and asked lynn police chief whether gun was recovered and part of protocol the district attorney's offices now going to be in charge of releasing any information. about 40 minutes ago i did i had speak with the representative from the district attorney's office and she said at this early stage the police chief's info is the latest publicly available information. we are following up and bring you in i updates right here on fox25. for now though live in lynn, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: we continue to follow
following overnight plane crash in colombia. at 7:00 authorities said sixth person pulled from wreckage alive and said 1 of the original people pulled from the wreckage has died at the hospital. that mean 5 have survived. the person is goalie for the brazilian soccer team that was on board the plane. too early to know exactly what caused the crash but investigators in colombia say they are looking at either electrical problems or plane ran out of fuel. there was bad weather in the the airport multiple times trying to land. 2-year-old girl death in new hampshire. berlin girl rushed to the hospital over the weekend after another child called 911. autopsy done yesterday and revealed madison dana died from blunt trauma injuries and so far no 1 has been charged and so far police are still investigating. >> gene: lawrence mother charged with child endangerment and mandy mcgowan in september
floor of family dollar store. her young daughter begging her to wake up. witness recorded on a cell phone. yesterday mcgowan attorney argued for the release saying she is taking steps to get clean. >> answered' program, been in program ever since, 67 days into the recovery. >> mcgowan been ordered to have no contact with her daughter, little girl now family member and under the the state of new hampshire. >> sara: driver that hit hotel shuttle back in august was drunk, dry, had history and steven barren bomb was going 76 at 40 miles per hour zone and hit hampton shuttle killing joseph rodriguez and sandra arolda and blood alcohol limit
according to the state he lost his license. >> gene: police say surveillance video at the st. anthony shrine helped track him down. people who frequent the shrine say they recognized him as member of the catherine parrotta live in ashland where town liters held a special meeting last night. >> >> catherine: late vote, if you can call it that and overwhelming in favor of putting brakes on shops that could be selling marijuana here in
>> too many flaws and holes. >> haven't had traumatic events. it is scare tactics. >> catherine: election day has come and gone and massachusetts brought the legalization of recreational marijuana but when it comes to selling it the town of labrie land says not so fast. voted at special meeting last night passing temporary moratorium on pot shops marijuana applying for zoning in 2018 and retail sale of marijuana becomes legal statewide. but the decision wasn't unanimous. >> the town is always looking like small businesses and economic base growth. you i see no reason smoke shop wouldn't be part of that. >> respect democracy and what you have to do in political and public service, you have to make
there. >> supposed to be legal to use and possess marijuana come december 15th, the law still needs to be certified by the governor's council and secretary of state says the earliest that would happen is middle of december but he said the law is certain to be certified by the beginning of 2017 and delays or not 1 thing decided, consumers won't be able to buy pot in ashland stores at least for looking at sale of marijuana and selectmen decided to put together a committee to make recommendations for regulating retail marijuana and also in spencer there was a meeting last night concerned residents didn't want medical marijuana and met with selectmen about that. live in ashland this morning, catherine parrotta, fox25 news.
summer by employer and by the state. ride hailing companies and driver have 3 months to complete the in you requirement. >> sara: department of conservation in milton hunt wants to keep deer population under control and take place tomorrow and happen again december 6th and 7 and get in order to participate lottery on department's website. >> holiday cheer to copley square last night. >> 3, 2, 1. here it is. mayor marty walsh lit the copley christmas with help from his friend santa and rudolph. carolers were on hand to give everyone night boost and get them into the spirit and light up tree on boston common
to refuse. want people to settle up unpaid parking tickets by donating a toy. instead of donating toy you can drop off new upopened toy to child in need. this is look at what they have collected so far. only catch here is it needs to cost same amount of ticket. >> julie: getting gaming system. right now we have and andover down to the zakim bridge. jason? >> cloud and he dear and he -- dreary and cool and townsend at 32?, some of the local temperatures for you, new ipswich, keene, bedford, nashua, all just watching out for some slick overpasses possibly some in the sidewalks and roads as well. much more when this thread ends
>> daniel: parents demanding kids be kept safe and threaten another boy on school bus and incident reportedly happened november 3rd. the school immediately notified the affected families as well as police and the department of children and families. however, the department of elementary and secondary education, they weren't notified, although they are required to be within 48 hours. parents we talked to are upset about the school's response to what happened. they say they found out the incident 2 weeks after it happened in a facebook post. >> i know he needs to be defended about what about my child. >> take mohegan son out of here. this is not a school where you want your child to be. >> daniel: they acknowledged parents concerns about notification and we want to
of affected children were contacted immediately and decision to notify the families was made to protect the privacy and well-being of the very young children. we put in place safeguards of all renaissance students. if you would like to read the school's full statement we have it for you on our website this morning and fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: decades ago and making a comeback in the growing opioid epidemic in the united states. users can buy the pills as pills or powder and it could come from anywhere. >> you have to realize we don't know what we are dealing with. this is being nixed by a chemist mad scientists and not being made in legitimate
>> classified pink as schedule 1 drug which puts it in the same category as heroin and lsd. >> new hampshire police are training dogs to help the growing fight against the opioid epidemic. new canine unit was created to help sniff out drugs including former heroin called suboxin which is popular in prison and it will help them find it which is hidden in paintings, drawings. >> it can be and security concern and causes gang activity, this happening on the inside and pushes addictions along. >> dogs currently in the middle of 9-week training program and they will graduate on december december 15th. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. within the last 2 minutes tweeted out lynnway northbound has reopened and southbound, how
investigate an officer involved shooting that we have been covering for you all morning. taking look at 93 south pretty typical and somerville and pike moving along feign through natick, weston tolls and then into newton but still seeing a little bit of volume building up as approach route 9 in framingham. expressway no relief there as you head from furnace brook parkway into neponset. here are live drive times, 44 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and 29 minutes on the expressway and 47 minutes on 128 south from weston tolls. meteorologist jason brewer tracking conditions north and west of 495. >> freezing drizzle and light rain 32 degree readings and southern new hampshire in a few isolated spots still leftover northwest middlesex county to watch for. here is main rain. it is setting back here over upstate new york, back over
to be coming in for afternoon and evening commute. umbrella good idea to have with you today if not rain right now. radar detecting that in pink colors and rain coming down freezing in contact and overpasses, that's the main thing to watch and got text from shiri there in brookline where it is just some wet roads 32? and elevated surfaces it could be worse and south of leominster looking like all showers and these will likely dry up a bit as they get closer to boston taking a few waves of moisture coming in today to try to moisten the atmosphere up and could get the cooling and hollis, land londonderry and 32 degree readings right now where we have a concern over the next hour, hour and a half.
get to the south later today and we won't be able to enjoy those because it is going to be so cloud and he rainy by afternoon time and lunchtime light rain and evening drive time heavier sh talking about an inch of rain possible before this is said and done late tonight. temperatures in 50s and tracking pockets of rain and evening commute today not looking good. tomorrow morning's commute looks okay. it is going to be tomorrow evening's commute that goes downhill again. so it is a cloudy, foggy start in few spots tomorrow, and then we get rain by tomorrow afternoon. but it does clear out of here on thursday morning, very early. friday looks good.
>> gene: johnthony walker will be in court and being charged for vehicular homicide that killed 6 elementary school students and learning in the weeks coming up to the crash and concern about walker twice. principal says students claim walker was trying to hurt them and also accused of swearing at the kids which had 1 parents threatening it the beat him up and crash under investigation
unproceed route at the time. >> deadly south carolina church attack and yesterday federal judge granted dillon roof's request to represent himself. this comes day after roof was found competent to face charges in the charleston attack. roof was accused of opening fire on prayer meeting this year. 9 people were killed and prosecutors are seeking death penalty. >> sara: look at this other board a plane last week. >> if you don't like it, too bad. >> man had been yelling about trump in the airport before boarding. delta has since apologized for allowing him to stay on the flight. in addition to banning the man from the airline it refunded the tickets of the other passengers. >> gene: might be perfect spot for winter get away.
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>> daniel: rescue crews search plane after crashed in colombia and 1 person found in the wreckage. >> michael: crime the police chief committed before the officers fired the guns. >> julie: flu season expected to be very tough this year and er pregnant women, and not have to worry about the consequences. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. it is tuesday, november 29th. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. jason brewer in for shiri spear. >> jason: light rain into