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>> i think so so too and you know what no clowns. >> the news at 57 starts right now. >> we have an officer down. >> we need an ambulance. . >> breaking news 2 boston police officers in extremely critical condition after being shot in the line of duty. we have live team coverage this morning with the very latest. >> and new details about that deadly plane crash in east hartford connectic this was no accident. >> and donald trump fighting back against a report that he touched 2 women inappropriately, what he's saying. . thanks for joining us this morning. it's 5:00 right now. >> it is thursday october 13th. we're in a nice stretch of weather. >> it's not going to be -- i am
showers by the time we get to this evening temperature wise about 5 to 10 degrees warmer. 48 in norwell and taunton, some of the cooler spots right now. 507s for most of us out the door, low clouds touch of patchy fog. the showers we're waiting for are just come nothing western new york and pennsylvania light now. so they'll take most of the day to arrive here. a lot of us will see a mostly dry course of the afternoon, maybe an isolated sprinkle but there of sunshine here and there. 4, 4:30 showers are pressing along into worcester county. a lot of it loses a little bit of steam. so your planner goes this way 50s this morning, 65 with a few peaks of sun for lunchtime and a few showers for your ride home, temperatures pretty mild
70, cooler air is on the move. we'll talk about that coming up. let's get you on the roads. construction wrapping up on 128 checking in on the expressway it's are really quiet out there. you'll have no issues getting into downtown just a quick 10 minutes from the braintree split. checking the ride in from the north also nothing to slow you down. all clear. . we begin with breaking news. >> we got shots every officer available to make their way 136 gladstone street, please. >> 2 boston police officers rushed to the hospital after they were shot responding to reports of a person with a gun in east boston. both are in extremely critical condition right now. >> we have live team coverage this morning. we're live at mass general where the officers are being treated but we'll start live on the scene in east boston. what's the scene like out there? >> reporter: well, gladstone street is still blocked off
for several more hours much of the day perhaps as this investigation is just now beginning, but i can tell you just before 11:00 last night this was a chaotic fire fight in the street. in the end 2 boston police officers were shot. they're boat now in quote extremely critical condition. as of 2:30 this morning they were both in surgery at mass general. the suspect a 33-year odd man who lived on this street is dead. commissioner evans says this all began with a night at a residence at 136 gladstone. 2 male roommates were in an argument. when the initial officers arrived evans said they were met by a suspect with some sort of assault rifle. on the radio police heard shots were fired additional units responded. a nearby tactical unit arrived and a fire fight erupted. the commissioner says
mentioned are in extremely critical condition. >> the officers were screaming officer down, several other officers being outside proceeded inside. they engaged further in a -- in an exchange of gunfire. 2 of the officers dragged their fellow officers out of the line of fire. >> reporter: i spoke with several witnesses last night and into this morning including several friends who were sitting in aar the street when shots rang out. >> it was rapid. it wasn't just like one at a time. it was like pop pop pop pop pop. >> at first i was like i didn't understand. and then i had him shut off the car and heard and i was like that's gunshots and as soon as i said thatly all the police started coming up the street. >> it gave me anxiety i was in fear for my life. >> reporter: the 2 officers who
men. one is a 28-year veteran of the department, the other a 12-year veteran but there are 9 more officers who were treated last night and into this morning for minor injuries and emotional stress. . >> both of those officers in very critical condition and underwent surgery overnight. >> let's get to >> reporter: the commissioner says they have very serious wounds and are in extremely critical condition. when commissioner evans updated the media around 2:00 this morning one of the officers was in the operating room, the other was being prepped for surgery. one is a 28-year member of the boston police, the other has been with the department for about 12 years when they responded to east boston for a domestic incident last night a man opened fire on them using an
wounded officers out of the line of fire and began applying first aid. >> applied a tourniquet, one officer had his hand in one of the wounds and i think that was inn have a mental in getting the officer down to mass general. i asked the public to pray for them. i know reverend carmey was here came down and about 50 of us gathered and prayed for the safety of >> reporter: 9 other officers are being treated. evans says some were involved in the shooting others in treating those other wounded officers. they were being treated for minor injuries and emotional stress. . >> and we will continue to follow this breaking story for you throughout the morning. you can get updates on our website anytime wbz.com. . in other news investigators say tuesday's plane crash in
over the controls in the cockpit before this crash here. that's according to ap sources. the student pilot was killed when the twin engine plane went down in front of a plant. the instructor was able to survive the crash and according to the ap he says the student argued in the air but he couldn't regain control of the plane. >> information indicates that this plane crash was intentional are still being investigated. a woman says someone broke into her car and stole her mother's ashes. parker says it happened monday night and the only thing missing from her jeep were her mother's ashes. >> they took out of the white container, they took the clear bag that had the ashes in it. so i think that it must have
thing that they took out of my car. i have had this pit in my stomach for -- since it happened. i just -- i feel like i'm in a bad dream. >> parker lost her 71-year old mother to breast cancer in july. she says going through this makes her feel like she's lost her mother all over again. new details about a disturbing case of sex assaults in the south end. police say the man wanted women inside their apartment is a registered sex offender and this morning he's being held without bill. police say he broke into that apartment early tuesday morning tied both women up and blindfolded and gagged one of them before raping her. officers say he left a prescription medication bottle with his name on it inside that apartment. and that's how police were able to identify him as the suspect. officers say brown is a level 3 convicted
prison. and a convicted child rapist has now been transferred to live in suffolk county. garner is a level 3 sex offender. he was released early and was living with his parents and that caused a big uproar in that neighborhood. he'll now register in a new address though officials did not specify where. hurricane 4 a nicole is a look at hurricane nicole from the international space station forecasters describe the storm as extremely dangerous with winds around 130 miles an hour but a reef off the shore tends to suppress storm surges minimizing damage to the island. chelsea clinton will be drumming up support today and donald trump is dealing with
women. >> reporter: donald trump's camp is demanding a retraction and threatening legal action after a new york times report claims the republican nominee groped and kissed 2 women decades ago. in it crooks then a 22-year old receptionist for a company located in trump tower claims the billion fair kissed her on the cheeks and mouth. jessica lead says trump touched her under her skirt as she sat next to him on a flight 30 years ago he was all over the place. >> reporter: more troubling still this 1992 entertainment tonight video in which trump could allegedly be heard making questionable comments about a young girl. >> i'm going to be dating her in 10 years. >> reporter: clinton's campaign seized on the new york times report. >> you know, this latest incident about you know, how he treats women, he's double
that says came from the hacked account of clinton campaign chairman. the campaign maintains russia instigated the hack to benefit trump. . >> and the candidates face off in their final debate next week. you can see it live right here on wbz next wednesday night. our live coverage begins at 9. coming up armed thieves robbing customers in their chairs, the search this morning to find plus new details by the mystery behind dead birds in dorchester, why state officials are now seeking help in another state. good morning. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s right now, a lot of low clouds in place. we climb well into the 60s, even low 70s in spots. i'll have the hour by hour time line of those straight ahead. >> and we continue to follow breaking news this thursday morning, 2 boston police officers shot in the line of
in the hospital right now in extremely critical condition. they were shot while responding to a domestic call involving 2 male roommates on gladstone street just before 11 last night. police commissioner evans said the suspect had an assault rifle and was wearing a vest. he was killed by officers. we'll have much more coming up in just a bit. first we need to get a check of our forecast this morning, and hurricane nicole. >> bermuda is starting feel the effects. the storm itself is a category 4 major 130-mile per hour hurricane right now spinning 100 miles south and west of bermuda and nicole is moving off to the north and northeast so it's going to make a very close path to the island over the next several hours here. by the time we get to this afternoon should be just northeast of the island and still a major category 3 storm and then will continue to weaken
central atlantic right on through the upcoming weekend. surge damaging wind gusts several inches of rain is going to be the story. 55 in boston right now 48 in taunton most of us in the 40s and 50s. what we have is low level clouds a touch of fog and maybe just a couple of patches of drizzle that try to develop over the next few hours. later on today is a band of rain justta western new york and pennsylvania, a couple of downpours too. ahead of it though we get mild what month are we in? 70 for a high today. 65 to 70 for most of us this afternoon, well above average, a lot of clouds around maybe a spot shower along the south coast otherwise some peaks of sun through the afternoon and the clouds fill back in along with the showers 4 to 5 p.m. out of the route 91 corridor and in
apart as they come into eastern mass. overnight tonight it turns breezy and cooler as the clear skies move in, 39 to 45 in the suburbs. no need to worry about frost tonight the wind will be about 10 to 20 miles per hour. the wind will gradually subside during the day tomorrow mostly sunny a beautiful 55 to 60 degrees, noticeably weather building on through the weekend, it's with us friday, saturday, sunday, classic fall weather this weekend looks beautiful. that includes for the bengals and pats. so after a mild day today we turn cooler tomorrow and saturday and then another warm up 65 to 70 for sunday for the start of next
monday and maybe one or 2 again by wednesday. the expressway is down to 2 lanes for road construction that's happening right now. this work is happening around exit 12 but you can see that it's actually causing a decent amount of congestion here stop and go traffic. no eta on when that is wrapping up. this traffic does break off after exit 12 here's a live look by the gas tank and you can see no track down 2 people robbing customers at but tee salons. police say this woman scouts out the business and her partner moves in later. in 2 cases the man held a knife to the throat of a worker, in another he stole a customer's pocketbook. >> put the knife, and say i wanted the money and put the clients on the floor.
suspected getaway car. it is registered to a woman but they're not saying if they think she's the female half of this duo. new questions about what caused a bunch of birds to fall from the sky. experts plan to send the birds to michigan so the birds's stomachs can be tested. boston's inspectional services department says testing all came trip advisor announced today it will no longer sell tickets attractions where visitors can come in contact with captive wild animals which include offering elephant rides, tiger petting or swim with dolphin events. tonight is your chance for one last toast before winter comes city hall plaza is hosting their final beer garden of the season. they say they're going out in style.
there's also food and drinks to buy and lawn games to play for free. >> got to have something extra on city hall plaza. >> absolutely. coming up next tom brady getting ready for his home opener on sunday. >> how he's preparing and the big honor he's getting from the nfl. >> plus the former celtic plans to retire in boston. >> and we continue to follow breaking news this mni the line of duty. they were shot while responding to a domestic call in east boston last night. the suspect was killed by officers.
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the bruins open the regular season today without one of their biggest stars. >> plus tom brady and the patriots getting ready. >> well, good morning everyone, one game and tom braid see is already on top. he was named the afc offensive player of the week, it's only the 26th time of in his career. now, brady and the pats were back on the practice field yesterday. brady missed both of their in preseason so sunday will be his first game since the playoffs. sunday can't come soon enough. >> i look forward to playing every week and you know certainly this will be a fun game. you know, it's also pretty fun to be out there and you've got a great crowd and hopefully we give them lots of reasons to cheer. >> be sure to catch patriots all
antibiotic. and paul peers confirms that he'll play one more season with the clippers and sign a one day deal with the celtics next summer to retire as a member of the cs. and finally the bruins open up their regular season tonight in columbus and they'll do so without bergeron. . well, first he had a bridge street and now an ice cream flavor. >> check out the big papi smash. it is black raspberry chip with chocolate oreo and chocolate covered pretzels thrown in. no word yesterday in david ortiz has taste tested it himself. so the question is what would your ice cream be? >> i'm very specific it's got to be a scoop of coffee ice cream,
cream and sprinkles on it. >> so high maintenance. >> i know, right. still to come, the very latest on hurricane nicole. >> bermuda bracing for the worst this morning the latest on the storm's track and strength. >> pretty impressive storm category 4 hurricane more on that in a second meantime kids at the bus stop a lot of clouds, 60s by recess, 70s, mild for the bus ride home. i'm tracking a coupleve >> and also ahead we'll have an update on that breaking news that we're following out of east boston. >> 2 officers in critical condition this morning shot in the line of duty. we're live on
the latest. >> the sheriffs deputy who stopped a stabbing rampage at a mall speaking out. >> and tracking hurricane nicole residents bracing for the worst in bermuda as the storm bears down on the island this morning. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. . 5:30 on your thursday p.m. welcome back. >> it's thursday, october 13th, we'll here and we're looking at a pretty decent start. >> not a bad start, low level clouds but not as cold as we've been in the past few mornings, 55 in boston right now, 52 in worcester and a lot the suburbs have dipped into the 40s, visibility okay for most areas, just a touch of fog in a few spots. we're waiting on these showers back into new york and pennsylvania right now. so they
arrive here in southern new england. most of the day will be dry, an ice a plated shower through early afternoon breaks of sun do come out. greatest risk of showers will be outside of 495 before clearing comes in after that. morning commute low clouds sunrise coming up at 6:55 temperatures in the lower 50s. it's going to be mild today by lunch we'll still be in the mid to upper 60s, and of a shower for your evening commute. we'll take you through the weekend coming. let's get you on the roads. live look at the expressway by the gas tank volume definitely building out there. further back there was lots of construction happening at exit 2. it was down to 2 lanes but good news construction has wrapped up and it does appear that it is improving only slightly though. further south you can see 128 at the split is starting to slow down as well.
right now. >> we've got shots fired i need every officer available to make their way 136 gladstone street. >> 2 boston police officers rushed to the hospital after they were shot. both are in extremely critical condition right now. >> we have live team coverage this morning. we'll start on the scene in east boston. >> reporter: gladstone street still shut down. it will remain this way this investigation really just beginning. just before 11:00 last night it was a chaotic fire fight on the street. in the end 2 boston police officers were shot multiple times. they were right now in extremely critical condition. in fact, as of 2:30 this morning they were in surgery at mgh, the suspect a 33-year old man who lived on this street is dead. commissioner evans said it began
residence. 2 male roommates were in an argument. when the initial officers arrived evans said they were met by a suspect with some sort of assault rifle wearing a vest. on the radio police heard shots had been fired and an officer was down. additional units responded and a fire fight e are rutted here. the commissioner says 2 of his officers were shot multiple times and are in critical contin officer down. several other officers being outside proceeded inside. they engaged further in a -- in an exchange of gunfire. 2 of the officers dragged their fellow officers out of the line of fire. >> reporter: now, i spoke with several witnesses last night into this morning. they were actually in a car parked on the street just a couple of houses
when these shots rang out. >> it was rapid. it was like pop pop pop pop pop. >> at first i was like i didn't understand. and then i had him shut off the car and i heard it and i was like that's gunshots and as soon as i said that all the police started coming up the street. >> it gave me anxiety i was in fear of my life and i don't want to experience that again. >> reporter: these officers right now who are fighting for their lives at mass general sp one is a 28-year veteran of the department, the other a 12-year veteran, but in addition 9 other officers are right now being treated with minor injuries and emotional stress. >> a shelter in place order was in effect in that neighborhood. a terrifying situation for people living there.
neighbors in this community. now, the neighborhood is still pretty shaken up. they heard the gunfire, and at this hours they'll be waking up and learning that 2 boston police officers had been shot multiple times and are fighting for their lives. now, there are many stories that came out from overnight from when that shelter in place happened. be spoke to 2 people in particular who were caught in the middle of it. take a listen to what they heard and saw. >> it's sc that are police officers. so -- >> while i was in the house i got a phone call, my girlfriend was saying there was gunshots coming outside. i ran out of the house and went up, there was mad swat just ran ran ran get off the street, get off the street . >> reporter: and again that shelter in place lifted several hours ago but people are still digesting what happened
this neighborhood for their support. >> again, domestic calls as you know are probably the most volatile you never know what you're walking into. all the officers exhibited extreme courage and bravery need an ambulance in this situation. >> reporter: and that was commissioner evans the mayor asking for prayer along with the da and they're just the police make a full recovery. . >> and we will continue to follow this breaking story for you throughout the morning. we have several crews on the screen. you can also get updates on our website anytime wbz.com. right now 2 suspects in a deadly home invasion are back in massachusetts, 23-year old hart and 27-year old brown will be
police say they broke into the orange home last week killing 95-year old hardy and injuring his 77-year old wife. no word on what the mow it active was. >> still ahead a closer look how popular netflix and hulu have become. . >> and 2 boston police officers are shot while responding to a domestic dispute they were in extremely critical condition. the latest on this breaking news coming up. >> weather watchers checking in this morning with several reports temperatures not as cool as they've been in the past couple of days. done checking in with 51 degrees. we're going to be pretty mild near 70 later on. we'll time out a few evening showers on the way for some of us when we come back.
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of your forecast this morning and the big storely is hurricane nicole. >> category 4 impressive storm. impressive structure too. see the eye of nicole right now it's about 100 miles south, southwest of bermuda and it's going to continue its north, northwest progress here. they've already been feeling tropical storm wind gusts for several hours. the peak gust i just saw at the airport was 58 miles per hour far. it will probably make a pass right on the east side of the island. they're talking surge, heavy rain, isolated tornados as bermuda is under the gun over the next several hours with nicole. it's going to sail out to sea and weaken over the course of the next several days. at home our weather is quiet. most of us 5 to 10 degrees milder than we've been the past couple of mornings.
anticipate some peaks of sunshine coming out. it's a changeable sky during the course of the day. also tracking showers and downpours this is the front that will arrive as we head into the second half of the day towards evening. so 65 to 70. it's going to be a warm one today despite the clouds i do think we'll see breaks of sun but still push 65 to 70 for most of us today. the showers arriving into western massachusetts first, 65 to 70 on let's time out the showers there may be a spotty isolated shower and then look at that sunny breaks emerge before the clouds fill back in. rain pressing into western new england and coming into worcester county around 4:30, 5. it loses a little bit of steam you'll notice just a left over shower and clearing is already starting to come in and
tonight and you'll feel the difference tomorrow. mostly sunny looks like a beautiful end to the week but highs only in the upper 507s. there may be some pockets of frost in the suburbs and a bright and crisp afternoon, a few clouds on sunday but pleasant temperatures in the mid to upper 60s and that includes at the gillette stadium for the pats. monday chance of a shower, a lot of clouds. tuesday and wednesday we'll be in the upper 60s so still above average looking dry on fuse another chance can of an isolated shower early on benefits. we have some backup north of the city right now. there's an accident on stu are ro drive and it's blocking the right lane. check out the back up that's happening on the leverett connector. north of boston
between route 10 and route 133. that is normal for this time of morning. breaking news in east boston this morning 2 boston police officers rushed to the hospital after they were shot in the line of duty. both are in extremely critical condition right now. >> our live team coverage begins on the scene in east boston. >> reporter: gladstone street still blocked off at this early hour. it is quiet this morning but it it was a much different scene last night. in fact just before 11:00 it was a chaotic fire fight. in the end 2 boston police officers were shot multiple times they are right now in extremely are criticalen condition. in fact, as of 2:30 this morning they were both in surgery at mgh. the suspect is a 33-year old man who once called this street home. commissioner evans tells us this began around 10:50 last night at
when the officers arrived evans says they were met by a suspect with some sort of assault rifle wearing a vest. on the radio police heard shots have been fired and an officer was done, a nearby tactical unit was kick quick to arrive and a fire fight erupted. the commissioner says 2 of his officers were shot multiple times and as we've mentioned are in extremely critical condition. >> the officers officers being outside proceeded inside. they engaged further in a -- in an exchange of gunfire. 2 of the officers dragged their fellow officers out of the line of fire. >> reporter: one of the officers injured is a 28-year veteran of the police department, the other a 12-year veteran, but in addition 9 other officers are
minor injuries and emotional stress. i've been here since last night. i was speaking with residents, their account right here on the street caught in the middle of all this coming up at 6. . >> and the 2 officers who were shot were in surgery overnight. >> let's continue our team coverage at mass general. >> reporter: commissioner evans says these officers have very serious wounds and are in multiple blood transfusions and undergoing surgery this morning. one of the officers is a 2-year member of the boston police, the other has been with the department for 12 years when they responded for a domestic dispute last night a suspect shot at them. other officers responded and dragged the wounded officers out of the line of fire and into a safe place where they can begin to apply first aid.
responding officers are being treated. >> we have 9 officers down there who are pretty shooken up. several have minor injuries but obviously they're dealing with a lot of stress. some of them were involved in the exchange of gunfire, some of them were involved in applying their hands to the wounds of these officers. so, you know, not only do we have 2 officers here but we also have with the whole stress and the trauma. >> reporter: commissioner evans praised his officers for their bring pre and courage. he says a group of 50 gathered here this morning to pray for the officers. . >> keep it right here on wbz this morning. we'll continue to follow this breaking news story
stopping a stabbing rampage at the taunton mall is sharing his story for the very first time only to wbz. deputy james creed was off duty having dinner at the silver city galleria last may when a 278-year old went on a killing spree. he stabbed heeth who was having dinner with his wife. that's when the deputy jumped into action and pulled out his gun. >> chaos, absolutely chaos. >> kept him and kept giving him chances to drop it and get on the ground and eventually he got too close. >> creed shot and killed derosa and george heeth died that night. creed says he believes george heeth was really the true hero that night. and to watch the entire exclusive sit down interview head over to our
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good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is thursday, october 13th. >> we are following breaking news right now at 6, 2 boston police officers shot responding to a disturbance between roommates, both officers we have live team coverage with the very latest. >> also new information on the plane that crashed in east hartford connecticut, investigators now confirming it was no accident. >> and donald trump fighting back against reports that he touched 2 women inappropriately the legal action he's now taking. >> a very busy morning, but first a check of the forecast. >> danielle, things looking good today. >> we've got a couple of showers coming through not until the