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the next thing i know, i three broken fell on her. we try to lift her out of there. almost could not. mary: as her brother and father lifted the limb away, a neighbor ambulance. >> -- a neighbor called for cpr and an ambulance. >> the neighbor helped. she is six, she goes to kindergarten. she is also. girl. sweet as can be. >> i want to cherish those moments. i don' t know what is happening next. mary: the breaking news received a few moments ago is confirmation that six-year-old kayleigh has died from her injuries, she severed head and dashed head trauma and severe trauma to her upper body. despite valiant efforts to save her in her neighborhood and at boston hospital, she has
tree limb fell on her around 2:00 today. live in canton, wcvb newscenter 5. maria girl those falling branches of trees pulling down , power lines. a girl -- ed: leaving many families in the start tonight. right now, these cars were slipping off of the road. maria girl in brookline, this 30-foot tree came down just inches from a woman who was outside shoveling. the branches narrowly missed her as the tree smashed right onto her home. she walked away without a scratch. ed: look at this picture, the green line service on the d branch between kenmore and newton highlands suspended tonight because of that large tree branch. downed trees and power lines are to blame. shuttle buses are replacing train service. harvey, the storm is ending but , we could still see problems on the road tonight. harvey: multiple reasons for problems. first of all, the winds are
44 in nantucket. there is still the risk until the snow melts. look at the temperatures -- in the 20' s to around 30 degrees at this time. temperatures will be falling deeper into the teens and low 20' s. walking or driving on untreated services can be come treacherous tonight and early tomorrow. visibility is way up . the very last band of snow is across the cape. this is like snow. -- light snow. as for how much snow has fallen, let' s check with mike. mike: a heavy, wet snow. let' s show you some of the total. throughout much of essex county in southern new hampshire -- anywhere between eight up towards groton, 10 inches. south of there you can see
east boston, 6.8. north boro, 9.4 inches. farther south, look at this -- alvaro picking up eight inches. kingston, 10.5 inches. the cape is getting reports. as you look at the outer cape, a good half foot of snow. you had towards warwick rhode island, about 5.1 inches. in east boston as opposed to south boston, are out towards right in, impressive totals. trump away from new hampshire but all the other presidential candidates on both sides. granite state today. were doing last-minute campaigning because the primary is joining us now from tuesday. manchester, new hampshire is rick klein political director of , abc news. let' s talk about that donald
rick: a lot of people are likening it to his decision to skip iowa last week. all of the other candidates are here. donald trump is the front runner in the polling. the decision to go home and gets no doubt of coming back, he is in south carolina of all places tonight. he will be at the debate tomorrow night right here on abc. it is a surprising decision to say the least for him to leave the state this close to primary. ed: even just bush -- even jeb bush tweeted at him, my 90-year-old mother made it today. at: how -- ed: how important it is -- is it for bush, casey coming christie -- jeb bush, john kasich, and chris christie? rick: those governors will be on the outskirts.
marco rubio -- he had a surprising third fission -- finish in iowa. he is trying -- trying to line up establishment support. i would expect a fight among those three versus -- with rubio getting a good deal of heat. it is still important for those governors -- they have been so invested in this state, working it so hard. they need to finish ahead of the other guys. it could be that two candidacies tuesday. ed: things are tightening of the new hampshire with the clinton search and nationally with a sanders surge. 48-72 hours? -- because went and is a hometown favorite. he has a big lead over clinton. gap. this is the statement famously delivered for her eight years
it is the statement made her husband the comeback kid in 1992. it is almost like hillary is giving an opportunity for new hampshire voters to give her a second chance. voters nationally are seeing bernie for the second time. ed: thank you for joining us live from manchester. maria : tomorrow is the day that massachusetts governor charlie baker will officially endorse chris christie. he will be at an event in new hampshire. he admits that he and christie do not always see i to i, but he also says that he thinks christie is the best candidate for the job. as ed just said, republicans meet saturday night right here on channel 5. our coverage begins at 8:00. newscenter 5 is your source for complete coverage. we start tuesday at 4:00 p.m. we will take you all the way through midnight. you can also watch live on the wcvb mobile app.
the dow lost 200 point. the s&p 500 dropped 35 at the end of training -- trading. boston scientific emc and celldex therapeutics were all down. maria girl and massive crane collapses in new york city this morning. it killed a man with ties to boston. it injured a man from easton. the somatic video shows this 565 foot skeleton toppling in lower manhattan this morning. a harvard graduate walking on the sidewalk when he was killed. a handful of others were injured including thomas o' brien from , easton. you see video. he was waiting for his daughter in the car when the crane came crashing down on top of his car. this video is from tmz. you can see people trying to get him out. fortunately, he only suffered minor injuries. we talked with some of his close friends in easton, of course they are wishing him well. >> we love you, we' re hoping the
we will be here when you get home. maria girl after the collapse, several buidings in the area were evacuated while crews checked for gas leaks. investigators are still trying to figure out exactly why the crane toppled. >> we have to accept this as a part of me, and this is how it is going to be. it happened, yes, but i will get through it. ed: only -- on 5:00 tonight -- only on five tonight for the , first time, we' re hearing from a boy who lost his leg after being run over by a train. he spoke to newscenter 5' s jack harper about his long road to recovery. maria girl he shared a warning for other kids. >> just trying to get through it. right now i' m trying to work on gate training. getting me to walk properly so i can look like a normal kid again. ed: 13 and a huge basketball fan jasmanie should be firing up
it would be tough, but i knew we could get through it. throughout it, i knew i lost my leg, instantly at the accident. reporter last september in : lowell, taking a shortcut along the tracks jas tried to , jump on a slow moving freight car, slipped. now he is telling other kids, don' t do it. >> the one person who has to pay is me to make a big statement , not to play around them i am fine with it. i have to accept this is part of me this is how it' s going to be >> at the beginning it was -- i was getting backlash. more like, dumb parent, why was she not watching her kid -- he' s 12 years old, why was he alone. people don' t realize it was a matter of a half hour, he was gone. you have to learn to walk again. we have to teach them how to shift weight over their limb.
>> i would like to think there' s a family. i love them all very much. reporter: with love, a positive attitude and rehab, he hopes to walk the halls of the middle school again before the year ends. jack harper, newscenter 5, boston. ed: we will see him through that. maria girl 7:00, he is more than a robot. ed: the local inventor that you want in your home. >> the last of the snow. better news ahead. also concerns about early next week with i will discuss it all. maria girl a local boy going to bat for a sick friend is tonight five for good. ed: download the wcvb
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something you may be interested in. ed: a robot that can actually become your friend. mike wankum, our friends , shows us the cutting technology. mike meet jibo. : this little 11-inch tall bot is being heralded as the first social robot . >> you get smarter about you. we can see can tell you
apart from other people in your family, he starts to build a rapport that is different with every member of the family. mike jibo is more than a fancy : smart phone. he learns and does everything with personailty. he, and right now there' s only a boy version, can read a book to your children. check on an older parent, angeli remind them of a doctor' s appointment. or just greet you after a hard day at work. >> welcome home, eric. >> he is designed to understand you and provide you with information, and get to know your family. to interact with you in a social way. my: -- mike even before jibo has : finished testing, he' s hot. investors are excited about the
>> we did 3 rounds of funding this year. people really believe in the promise of jibo. i think investors have found it worthy of their time and money. mike the company has pre sold : nearly $4 million dollars worth of jibos through crowd source campaings. >> you got it. more photos coming up. big smiles dude. mike: if all goes as planned you , should be able to buy this little guy in time for holiday shopping later this year. the exact price has not been decided, but the goal is under jibo is full of incredible $900. technology and all very useful, but jibo can also have a little bit of fun. jibo can you dance for me? >> well, here it goes. mike: the company had just nine people working for it a year ago. they have 65 people now and , expect to double in size in the next year. >> boston and since center for more robotics companies than anywhere else. the camaraderie is quite high. ed: i noticed you say can you
mike: he reminds me of a puppy. you kind of forget the plastic and wires. i think it will be something you see a lot of. maria: do you think they could help me find my way around? mike: he is only 11 inches tall. i think you might see it towards christmas. ed: somebody to the weather with you. -- do the weather with you. ed: -- >> the last of these snow is finally ready to exit. light snow around orleans and chatham. it is on the way out. visibility has improved. nantucket is up to seven. it is pretty much a done deal. a lot has been done. worcester over one foot of snow. the first half was heavy and wet. the last half is not as wet. logan airport, 6.8. hartford 6.6.
this is the way it looks right now and map form. we had a peak area -- northeast connecticut, northwest rhode island, and parts of interior southeastern massachusetts as well. as we have cleared out in boston, it is 30 degrees, under freezing. from over the ground was warm from whether. -- warm weather. if anything -- things that were treated earlier, may become treacherous. please be aware of that overnight tonight and early tomorrow. we still have wind gusts of 40 miles per hour on nantucket. 45 in boston. temperatures go down to the teens and low 20' s as we start tomorrow. we will move up tomorrow afternoon, above freezing, high pressure in control. we get some high clouds tomorrow afternoon.
help of some fun -- son even midday. harvey: the snow will come out of the trees and stop that stress situation. we clear up tomorrow night, early sunday. the south. from us. it will be a large storm. between that and high pressure northeast wind, it could be just enough to send the fringe of the snowfield -- shield into eastern massachusetts late sunday night or for a while and monday. -- on monday. we will follow that carefully. there could be additional snow on tuesday. first, good news about saturday -- temperatures will respond some, not super warm but at least 30' s to around 40. we should take the snow out. there will not be any. as far as sunday goes, a dry day through the daylight hours with high temperatures also around 40 degrees.
that first strip that i mentioned is from that storm that might brush eastern massachusetts. it will be replaced by another one monday night and tuesday. that might take a track far out. right now i am not sure that either one will be of the give us a direct hit. both have potential, both have to be watched. one or both of them could bring some -- some snow in that monday, tuesday time of next week. it looks like after that we move into a much colder pattern for a v period. announcer: now, sportscenter 5, one minute drill. quite why won' t the nfl released the numbers from their check of footballs. patriot fans would tell you it is because the numbers would be supported by the ideal gas law and prove that tom brady was incident. commissioner bartel says it was done to make sure teams were following proper procedure.
the nfl is not an ideal gas law denier. they accept the science. it' s just that in the case of brady, they believe the ideal gas law only took the psi levels so far. and a deflator did the rest. you may disagree but that was , their conclusion and all judge berman really did was rule the 4-game suspension was cray-cray. but the league was not involved in a prolonged research project, checking whether temperatures, and jotting down psi. they were not double checking the wells report they were satisfied with it. none of this satisfies patriot fans, but i don' t think roger' s a dodger. he was also asked if he would reinstate before game suspension for tom brady. he dodged that one. ed: what was that you said? >>cray cray. maria: that is what the kids say. lots of kids collect they fall
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boy going to bat for a friend. ed: nine-year-old brady
is selling his sports card collection to benefit a friend battling brain cancer. brady has been collecting cards since he was 3. on sunday -- super sunday he will be selling and raffling off thousands of baseball, football, basketball, and hockey cards, along with other memorabilia at the cards and collectible show in chicopee. all money raised by brady will go directly to his friend landon. house that. life he has collected. good kid. what are the stories we will be we come back. ed: and remember, we want to around you. send us videos, pictures, stories like his. share them on the wcvb facebook page. or email them to ulocal at wcvb.com
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all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> stories we will be covering on newscenter 5 at 11:00. tens of thousands of you still without power. not a fast fix, how long it could take to get everyone back on the grid. ed: live investigates tonight, uncovering what some survivors call a painful new chapter in
their problems getting help, and how they say it is victimizing them all over again. maria: the harvard tasty putting club honoring actor joseph gordon levitt. he will get his roasting before assuming his putting. will be there for all of
the fun. not a lot of fun and the weather world. harvey: we have everything freezing over. at least tomorrow we will have partial side, get above freezing, and sunday milder before we what happens. ed: see what happens next week.
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