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we are just hearing from a rescuer who saved a woman trapped in a simm car. >> also breaking in. the sex offender whose release sparked outrage just arrested again. >> the airline phone ban take eg fek in hours. the emergency kits being rushed ton planes. >> temperatures refalling be the suburbs. howlow they will get and how quick the temperature recovery will be. >> a serial kidnapper on the lose tonight. the new video the fbi wants you to see. >> breaking new a a hero comes forward. one of is now telling the story. good evening, i am j.c. monahan. john atwater is live in mouton are he caught up with the rescuer. john, road evening. john: he and a friend were bike around the pond in arlington
they heard squealing tires, then they saw the car floating in the water. >> he was very, very scared and taking in water. she figured that was it. i saw it in her ice. reporter: dan frasier had moments to act. he and others jumped into the water to save the woman trapped in the sink car. >> i saw woman, in a car, going down, and somebody had to help [yelling] reporter: the car sinks rapidly. it is 0-feet deep where it is going down. at one point, they fear the worst. >> i lost her. i lost her. >> just one person in there? reporter: just then, the 68-year-old woman ememorials.
in her eyes. reporter: the woman's husband confused the gas and the brake pedal jumping a curb, plunge has to the water. he and a friend happened to be riding by on bikes by the pond. they are thankful they stopped and went in to save her life. >> i held her hand. i got down by her and prayed. we prayed. we prayed for the rescue, then, very thankful, i think. >> and i spoke with that woman's doing much better but going to be spending the night in the hospital and go home tomorrow. live tonight, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. >> more breaking news. a convicted sedges offender has been raced against richard went back last week. richard gardner moved back into his parent's home in weymouth last week after serving 30 years for kidnapping and raping
neighbors feared he would offend again. he moved to a shelter in he moved to a shelter in boston, where he was arrested a fugitive from justice charge coming out of rhode island. no other details on that case tonight, but we're told gardner is due in a boston courtroom on monday. ben: also breaking, we now know that the person killed in this crash in hyde park earlier today was a high school student. a white sedan, ending up on its side on american legion highway this afternoon. one person was killed. boston public schools confirmg student at boston community leadership academy in hyde park. police are investigating the cause of the crash. jc: a walk for peace in east boston tonight. the community turning out to support two wounded police officers and each other. those officers are recovering tonight after they were shot responding to a domestic call wednesday night. right now our nichole berlie lis live in east boston. >> about 300 people came out this evening to show their support for the community, but
two officers shot in the line of duty, right down the street. >> a gathering of the community you have brought this community of east boston, the city of boston, together. just feet from where two boston police officers were shot wednesday night. >> what happened here was devastating, the people who protect us, who was there to protect them? marianella polcaro here with her two-year-old son, her husband a boston police officer. >> we support everything they do everyday put their life at risk here for them and all the other officers. candles lit not only by people from east boston, but all over the city. >> i care about the community,
when people get in trouble they call police, when they're there for us we have to be there for them. the gathering has a special meaning for tom cabral whose brother swansea police robert cabral was killed in the line of duty in 2005. this is my brother's jacket - these are candles from his vigil i have a connection and know what they've been through in the way of feeling, not knowing if their loved one is alive or dead. the goal tonight to show support. and make sure every officer goes home at the end of their shift. community rallying around the officers and showing we're not only united in east boston, but a united city goes a long way to sending a message of peace, commissioner evans tells us he was able to visit both officer richard cintolo and officer matt morris today both are listed in critical, but stable condition. in east boston, nichole berlie wcvb newscenter 5. ben: the investigating into
boston police removed at least 8 bags of evidence from the home on gladstone street. even though the shooter is already dead, prosecutors say more criminal charges may be filed. as of noon tomorrow, samsung galaxy note 7 phones will be banned from all airline flights. the ban follows nearly 100 cases of note 7s catching fire. samsung is no longer manufacturing the phones. now they are deemed too dangerous to take aboard a plane. passengers trying to take note 7s aboard a flight may be forced to give the phones up to security or face fines. some airlines are being stocked with special fire-containment bags that can be used to smother phones and other devices that catch fire. taking a live look at the city of boston on a friday night some spots in the state could fall below freezing tonight. >> what you cannot tell is how chill let us. >> meteorologist: is chilly. it is actually cold in many areas. look behind us. 30's. they are popping up already. >> ok. the night is not over yet. all right.
it is right around 60 in many places. boy, once the sun went down. so did the temperatures. very, very quickly under the clear skies and light winds, so we see readings now 36 in bedford. 32 india of ry. 31 in new hampshire. 333 orange. 35 norwood. the frost is forming in some areas and now boston is 49 and boston holds the key to the day so the urban area hook the city of boston won't get down to frosty everywhere else will. we have have freeze warnings to the west. frost advisories along the cast and the only reason there are freeze warnings. we had one or more freezes throughout. i will let you are know the timeline on temperature recovery in the rest of the weekend coming up in a few minutes. >> we look the word recovery. thank you. ben: commitment 2016 now. fresh poll numbers giving hillary clinton a modest lead
clinton has a 41 to 38 percent lead over her rival in the new wbur mass inc poll. donald trump is heading to portsmouth new hampshire tomorrow with new accusations plaguing his campaign. >> donald trump on the attack against the growing list of women accusing him of inappropriate sexual contact. >> they have no witnesses. there's nobody round. they just a little fame, they get some free fame. it's a total setup. >> that as two new women come forward. >> when i heard the tape of the bus, where he's describing how he's a star and can just do whatever he wants. trump: i just start kissing them, it's like a magnet. >> i was just like wow, wow - that explains it. that explains what happened to
washington post, as a young model in the nineties, she found herself sitting next to trump at a nightclub. >> the person on my right, who unbeknownst to me at that time was donald trump, put their hand up my skirt. >> anderson said he didn't even introduce himself. >> and you weren't even speaking with them. they're sort of groping you on the side on the fly like you're some stuffed animal on the couch that is really not okay. >> a former apprentice contestant summer zervos also says trump assaulted her. >> he then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again very aggressively and placing his hand on my breast. >> i am a victim. trump denies it all. even attacking one of his accusers, jessica leeds, for
>> yeah, i'm gonna go after, believe me, she would not be my first choice, let me tell you. >> today donald trump and his wife melania were seen leaving st. patrick's cathedral in new york after a private meeting with cardinal timothy dolan. dolan's spokesman says trump requested the meeting weeks and it's dolan policy to try to meet with anybody who asks. >> hillary clinton addressing those allegations today at a fundra i clinton again questioning donald trump's fitness to serve. something, she says, she never did with past republican nominees. >> america is better than this. earlier today, the democratic nominee joining ellen here on channel 5. ellen's crew having a little fun, tweaking the video from sunday's debate. and, the final debate is wednesday in las vegas. our own emily riemer will be there with pre and post debate coverage right here on newscenter5. a sudden end today to a bizarre
snatching and abandoning a two-year-old girl changing her plea to guilty. new at 11:00, our diane cho is live in salem with the sentence handed down. diane. >> hanna spoke quietly in court as she pleaded guilty to several charges including kidnapping does that mental illness or mental condition interfere with your ability to understand the no your honor hanna was arrested last year after police say she kidnapped a two-year-old girl she used to babysit last november. >> nine days before the kidnapping hanna used her cell phone to search internet for various child kidnapping cases, the legal definition of kidnapping and how to find a kidnapper the child was found on the side of the road naked, her head shaved with circular shaped burn marks on her body and abrasions
>> but her presentation and softness does not excuse the horror she inflicted on a family and the horror she inflicted on this family isn't abated just because the child was found it really does maintain in large measure to this day hanna's attorney says she believes strongly that if mental health were not a significant portion of this case hanna would not find herself in the position she's in. >> that being said judge i'm not conforms to a not guilty by reason of insanity if that were the case judge we'd be having a trial. hanna tearfully told the judge it was never her intention to hurt anyone. >> a day does not go by that this does not weigh heavily on my heart my thoughts and prayers are with the family with the hope they will experience healing. tonight, prosecutors say the murder of a man in orange was a random attack,. >> the new video.
accepting for man described as serial kidnappers. captured on surveillance camera, but still on the loose tonight. investigators say he abducted a six-year-old girl in ohio last may. and tried to grab another child. fbi and ohio investigators are racing to find this man described as a serial kidnapper, preying on young children. you can see him here in an alley, wearing a cap and a hooded sweatshirt. allegedly casing a home. police say he then snatched a six-year-old girl from her cleveland house in the middle of the night. attacking her, and dropping her off 17 hours later in a different neighborhood. her parents, demanding justice. >> he just walks in there, unknowing about anything and is just willing to take someone's kid. >> investigators believe the suspect was driving this chevy malibu, with a mismatched front panel. the same suspect, police say,
girl from her bedroom in elyria, ohio several months earlier. >> someone just tried to come in my daughter's window and grabbed her leg. >> she was able to fight him off and alerted her father, but the suspect got away. more than 3n00 tips have come in on the suspect, but no breakthroughs yet. ben: a worcester man is on probation after pleading guilty to spiking a woman's drink. today, daniel szklarz faced his victim in court. the drug almost killed her. she and her husband were attending a pto fundraiser with szklarz in 2014 when he slipped a pill into her drink. he later offered to drive the pair home. winslow says by testifying she everywhere. >> i am here because there are other women like me who could not speak up. i do know. it made me blackout and passout and stop breathing.
behind bars for assault and battery. but the judge imposed the minimum sentence, one year probation. >> take look. terrifying video out of mexico tonight, a shark breaks his way into a diver's cage. that diver? inside at the time! take a look. the great white was biting at chunks of bait when it got stuck in the cage and lunged to get out. the diver managed to get outside of the cage when the shark entered and swam to the surface uninjured as the great white took off. the crew says they're lucky this didn't end in tragedy. meteorologist: the kind of cold once the sun comes up far couple of hours. as frosty as it is around 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 wherein in the morning, by 10:00 in the morning, much milder. a whole different feel. that is what tomorrow will be like. now, hast weekend was columbus
less than desire. better weather this weekend. still gorgeous up north. now the bautful colors are getting closer and closer. tur close to peak. an hour more north or west. the mohawk trail. that is a great cows. if you just stick ash, plenty of increasing color. here is a picture of central mass sent to us by nate. beautiful. beautiful. beautiful picture on a beautiful day. it is beautiful weather this weekend to enjoy the fall foliage. all right. today was typical the average a is 52. boston. low of 46. the average is 47. still pretty close. the month is close to average. boy, what with a tumble some areas have taken from the 60-degree reading. ston is cooler at 49 but the city remains the heat of the day much better than the outlying areas, so you jump a few miles a i way from boston and turns cooler. 38 plymouth. 33 orange. 35 in springfield. there will be widespread frost
overnight tonight. very little wind. the skies are just perfectly clear out there. all right. here fis an example of the cold temperatures by orange and nashua, concord, all below freezing, even taunton, norwood, bedford. all below freezing. we the freeze warning. frost advisory along though coast. as mission inned the city of boston won't involved but immediately the surrounding areas will. but a nice temperature bounce-back tomorrow. so from the late morning will feel nice. the winds are light. just over 60 or maybe degree shy of 60 right on the shoreline with a little bit of a sea breeze to develop. worcester county, similar down the south and i as i mentioned one or three degrees cooler on the shore. just under 60 on the cape. beautiful, beautiful fall day. high pressure to thank for that. as it moves south of us. the wind will become southwest on sunday. sunday's high temperatures, oh,
saturday. there is all the sunshine for saturday. then sunday, too. we'll feature sun. they high clouds coming in. maybe a spotty shower with a weak front overnight sunday night or early monday. that is about it. if for the threat of rain over the next five days. all right. the drought monitor index was updated yesterday. the change is across southeastern mass especially in the cape and the islands they had the most rain last sunday so the conditions are less severe down there. but we still have extreme conditions for bost west. boston and worcester over ten inch piece low average for the year. all right. here is a look at the next seven. look at the weekend end staking out. a beautiful weekend and for the patriots hash a did a day are for the game on sunday. is great. 66 or so for the start think of came. southwest winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. bea crooned that, pretty mild. tuesday really warm. it could be in the 70's to near 80. might be near record warmth later next week and a little
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's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state. join them in voting no on question two. pumpkins soar through the sky. pumpkins will be flying in new hampshire this weekend. pumpkins soaring through the sky in new hampshire. it's all part of the annual
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practice today, hamstring? no. turns out he was sick. he's questionable to play against the bengals. but he told us a day ago, his hammy is feeling the best it has all season. i'd be shocked if he's not in there sunday. tom brady was at practice today. he will undbt first home game of the season. martellus bennett was stretching too, though for the second straight day, we saw him getting some extra work on that sore ankle, the one he hurt against the browns. >> you know their reputation very well. you know? the things they are able to do and looking offensively and the
and got a really good quarterback obviously weapons and a guy like a.j. greene. >> they are ready to go here in the afternoon. good football team. a good effort all the way around. we knee. >> injury report is central but significant. one guy is out. for the pat street yets 16 are listed. 12 questionable. including the two tight ends. alcs game one. jays in cleveland. core whichry has one play to get ferreira. he does. i in the, another speedster using the bat. francisco goes yard. they win it 2-0. bruins the $49 million man. 3:00 brad with two goals and
off tonight after the win in hope toker. they traveled to to ton row tomorrow with a team of offensive fireworks with of their own. matthew scores four goals and the first ever nhl game. police spoiled it in the loss to the senators. other friday night lights. high school game of the week. halferall only one loss. they won three in a row. already 20-7 harv ril. guess of the helmet? into the arms o the defense sure made plays tonight. another shot to the bc recruit. this time, he finds cedric as time expires then firstful that. now 20-p 14 and the golden warriors are fired up. they pull away in the second 2 half. nice here. morales. moosely timed celebration for these fellas this am they roll. are 56-34. thathat is it sports. j.c. and ben.
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