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>> gene: deadly night on local roads and worst in quincy where two people died in crumpled mercedes and particularly painful to find. >> sara: trump and sanders dominate in new hampshire but governor from ohio grabbing the headlines. how john kasich edged out the others and who could call it quits by the end of today. >> catherine: hear what people have to say about the new hampshire primary result. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on wednesday morning, it is february 10th,
great start. >> sara: we are following several breaking stories. but first there's more snow on the way. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear in stormtracker weather center where parts of central mass has been filling in. >> shiri: batch of light snow spots of norwood, newton, framingham, all the way into the city. big picture right now going to be one with light snow in the mass pike, 27 in boston right now, 22 in worcester, the in between lawrence, bedford, over to beverly, up to nashua, it is in the teens this morning so cold enough to stick on untreated surface. 9:00 a.m. rolls around, future cast doing the snow and travel through the day, patchy on and off and temperatures getting up 32 to 36 . let's send you over to julie grauert with live drive time
with the saugus accident. >> julie: within the last minute i want to share with you mass dot tweeting that the speed limit on the pike has been reduced to 40 miles per hour from the new york border to exit nine sturbridge. it is because of that weather shiri has been telling us about. we also have an accident on 495 southbound, right before 133 andover street. that accident on route 1 northbound in saugus is still there and it is still blocking two northbound lanes. we also have the accident on 93 south. right around mystic avenue. live look at the accident in saugus, crawling by in the northbound lanes on that far left-hand side. here are those live drive times. 29 minutes on route 1 southbound from 128 to the tobin. almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 40 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: deadly night and morning on area roads. following several deadly crashes
we begin in quincy on route 128 new the blue hills reservation where two people were killed overnight. police found mercedes on fire before 1:30 this morning. source tells the reporter on the scene three people in the mercedes, all of them were described as young, but no ages given. they were driving toward boston when they hit a snowbank and trees and burst into flames. baseball cards were found scattered on the road. the third person was pulled out alive and rushed to boston hospital, route 28, opened an hour ago, and see live pictures now. lots of questions still to answer at the scene. live report from this coming up in 30 minutes. gene: another person died this morning in rollover crash in saugus, happened on route 1 north near the home depot and police say person was thrown from the car. reed road down to one lane as crews cleared the scene and keeping an eye on how it is affecting the morning commute. >> sara: also breaking this morning a deadly fire in fitchburg. firefighters working through the morning to investigate this
>> gene: we are told the first responders when they got there just after midnight the flames had already spread through the entire house. fox25 jessica reyes is live on walton street looking to learn more about two lives in that -- who lives in that house rather. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning to you, gene. we know one person was killed unfortunately and two in the hospital. happened inside at walton street in fitchburg, and we are getting our first look at the damage in the daylight now. and take look at top floor, you can see the window are blown out and the worst damage certainly does appear to be to that second floor. video from overnight. take a look. this was an intense fight for crews here. firefighters you can see on the roof batel these flames just minutes before finally getting them out. the chief says it all started right after midnight and ripped through the home in just a matter of minutes. now, it is not clear exactly where this fire started, but
appear to be to the second floor in the back of the home. i'm taking a look back here live you could see that taking look at scene, crews are still here this morning, but the scene is bit smaller than it was earlier this morning. the key objective now, of course, since flames are out, so now the key objective, is figuring out what caused the fire. earlier this morning we had shown you 5:00 crews were going in and out of the house and some of them taking photos as well, still working to get more information on that fronts, and as soon as we get it we will pass it right along to you. live in fitchburg, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: a record turnout pushes outsiders to victory in new hampshire primary. you saw the results live here on fox25 last night, and these are the numbers. vermont senator bernie sanders cruising to victory over former secretary of state hillary clinton in democratic primary. sanders earned 60% of the vote to 38% for clinton.
takes the win with 35% of the votes. ohio governor john kasich may be the big winner with the surprise 2nd place finish. iowa winner senator ted cruz took 3rd place. and for trump the win is his first on the campaign trail and in his victory speech he pulled no punches when talking about his goals for america. >> we are going to start winning again, and we are going to win so much you're going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again. >> sara: today trump will take his campaign to clemson university in south carolina. that is the site of the next republican primary in just ten days. sara: high governor john kasich now has serious momentum this morning scoring that surprising 2nd place finish. he held 106 town halls across the state leading up to last night's vote. his performance shakes up the battle between fellow candidates marco rubio and jeb bush.
relentless campaigning in new hampshire, and the positive nature of his campaign. >> we never went negative because we have more good to sell than to spend our time being critical with somebody else. >> sara: kasich claimed 16% of the gop vote and walked away with three delegates. he will hold a town hall in south carolina later today. >> gene: as for the democrats bernie sanders trying to use the victory in new hampshire to gain momentum the in the rest of the country. trying to earn endorsement of reverend al sharpton. last night he thanked for the record voter turnout and also warned his campaign could soon success. >> they are throwing everything at me except the kitchen sink, and i have the feeling that kitchen sink is coming pretty soon as well.
speech he took time to play basketball with his grandchildren who were in concord for the victory rally. gene: this morning hillary clinton's campaign already looking ahead to the upprimarries and caucuses. she is believed to win the win in march and defeat new hampshire and plans toy re-evaluate the message she is sending to voters. >> i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> gene: today clinton will appear at campaign event in south carolina before heading to mexico city for a series of fundraisers and meetings. >> sara: new hampshire has now set the stage as presidential candidates take their campaigns to the south. fox25 catherine parrotta is getting the pulse of the people live inside the famous red arrow diner in manchester, and such a late night and people are slow to wake up there, catherine.
in fact, a lot of people who are here at the red arrow diner have sleep. in fact, encountsered a lot of people in primary in some way working on some aspects of it. they were here early morning hours and other people waking up to find result of who won, and, of course, we have been talking about who won all morning, donald trump for the gop, bernie sanders for the democrats, so had a chance to talk to some people around here, and consensus mostly is people are not surprised this is the outcome here in new hampshire and terms what is going to carry on nationally and remains to be seen. i was speaking with one man earlier this morning about the 2nd place finish for john kasich and what he thought about the democrats and how all that turned out. he is what he said. take a listen. what were the thoughts of john kasich coming in behind trump. >> i was surprised kasich finished as strong as he did. >> catherine: we were talking about the sanders big victory
what do you think? >> thought take command of the whole 9 yards and he did. hillary i think is in trouble. >> catherine: speaking with variety of people here at the diner, couple people tell me need to take a fresh look at john kasich and now that he finished 2nd place here in new hampshire. and of course, now eyes are on other primaries now that the new hampshire primary is over. we will be here at the redo and bringing that to you as we go along. live at red arrow diner in manchester, catherine parrotta, fox 23 news. >> sara: stay with fox25 throughout the morning for continuing coverage on the new hampshire primary results. of course, we will be following the latest developments everyday as we get closer to super tuesday and election day in november. julie 50 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 andover to the zakim bridge. shiri?
mostly in the teens and lower 20s, risk of flurries now and light snow through the remainder of your morning commute with temperatures getting up to 25 at 9:00 a.m., timing out the warm-up and intense snowfall coming up next. >> sara: the mbta cop who was nearly killed in the watertown shootout is retiring from the line of duty. coming up at 7:30 what he says is forcing him to step down and way. >> daniel: good morning. i'm daniel miller right now. the cruise ship caught in terrifying ocean storm is on way back to port. coming up we will hear from rhode island couple on board.
>> shiri: snow closing in on boston, reaching toward cambridge and south boston and moderate snowfall, scituate down to marshfield and newton and another burst of snow, overspreading the region. >> sara: video most shared online. cruise ship goes into a storm and forcing passengers to go to cabins and giant waves going for hours. daniel miller has reaction from
board right now. >> daniel: sara, the cruise ship expected to board at ship in pneumonia. right now near outer banks. local couple says they are happy to be alive. cranston couple are on board royal caribbean anthem of the seas. video what it looked like for passengers has gone viral. ship went right into a powerful storm sunday night off the coast of carolinas. at some point the ship was battling 100 miles per hour winds and 30-foot waves crashing up against the side of the boat. now, on board you can see the damage. pots broken and chairs turned over and parts of the ceiling fell down. they describe the moment in the middle of the storm. >> starting off it was pretty much rain, wind, wasn't too bad, rapidly intensify and around 3:00 they asked us to go back to the state rooms and then it just got worse from there. >> daniel: the hoar european computer model watched the super bowl and drank wine as the storm
they say the crew and captain did a great job keeping everyone calm, even checking on people in their rooms. lawmakers say the ship's captain knew for days the storm was forming. the captain says the storm was worse than what was forecast. the ntsb is investigating. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning untruly passenger forces flight from boston to make unscheduled stop in colorado. passenger who was on board the flight posted video on social media. shows person being arrested and removed from the plane by police alaska airlines says flight 769 from logan to san diego was diverted to denver late last night. short time later the flight continued on to san diego. it landed at around 2:00 this morning. >> gene: 7:16 this morning, brighton woman now third person suing a fast few chain. in december more than 130 people
investigation found that a worker showed up sick and norovirus. globe says 28-year-old woman filed the lawsuit against the chain in suffolk superior court. >> julie: 7:17. andover street, you could see the delays stretching past 133 almost up to 110 right now in lawrence. waiting for this accident on route 1 to clear, happened earlier this morning, and it has been blocking two lanes in those northbound lanes all morning. this accident has been problematic as well at 93 south as you work your way into somerville. here live pictures of the accident on route 1 and you can see the two far northbound lanes blocked. we have a tow truck and several police cars on scene. over to your live drive times, 41 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike.
to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us right now and light snow starting to fill in pretty quickly this morning. >> hopefully roads have been treated. beware because it is becoming in early and turn slippery, coating to two inches of snow expected today, more flurries in thursday forecasted and 20 to 25 below average and burst of moderate snow near spencer, worcester, southborough, stoughton as well moving up from brookline crossing the mass pike right now, so please be very careful. marshfield to bridgewater as well, down to providence, rhode island. so we got snow in the picture. most of it is going to be light and patchy today. there are going to be a couple burst of steadier snow as the day goes on. check out worcester forecast. 22
look at risk of snow goes all the way through five, 6:00 this afternoon, and goes until 8:00 in the boston area. high temperatures though do get up, 34 in worcester, 35 in keene and when we have temperatures like that during the afternoon the snow isn't going to be -- have as easy of time sticking to main roads and treated roads and my concern right now temperatures are in the teens and 20s and going to very easily create dusting on the ground and overall coating to two inches throughout the day and this is going to be on and off throughout the day, not adding up to all that much but a little bit of nuisance because it sticks down the day. future cast way underdone and still going to have most of the area seeing patchy light snow, burst of heavy know developed late morning into the afternoon,
quick flash of heavy snow, quick accumulation, low visibility, treacherous for driving, oprah winfrey though impact couple towns and cities, definitely something to keep in the back of your mind as a concern here on the roads today. otherwise those really come to end by 8:00 this evening. we got a front that comes through tomorrow and that's going to turn to additional flurries and some winds. in fact, winds will gust 30 to 40 miles per hour tomorrow, going to be blustery, don't expect more accumulation, again, situation with coating, inch of snow here on thursday and going to be windy and 30 , 24 on friday and partly sunny and for the weekend got high only 18 on saturday and warmer of the two days this weekend, best risk for snow over the cape and we will have temperatures drop here into the sunday. weak up to about zero with highs in the teens, wind chills 20 to 30 here on sunday morning.
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polls stayed open an hour extra last night. sky fox over the scene as cars waited to get into the pat of the school. police called into control traffic and decide what cars arrived before the polls would have normally closed. new traffic pattern near the school made it difficult for voters to arrive. >> made a change this time police thought would make things and turned out miserably. >> gene: 550,000 voters cast ballots and 526,000 set in 2008. gene: taking selfies in time with ballots. judge reversed state law banned people posting pictures of completed ballots online. judge says the law squelched free speech in term of necessary of election fraud and american civil liberties union praised
>> sara: bought out more than pollers to the poll. 650-pound pig showed up. she escaped nearby harm and pelham high school. fox25 rudolph guliani talked to the big's owner. >> who do you think the pig would vote for? >> my friends say trump. i don't know. >> talk to the pig's owner. he thinks the pig was going to vote for trump. >> no way. the pig is smart. >> sara: pelham police say the pig was feisty but back in her
>> michael: >> shiri: coming in light on and off through the day and constant care on the sidewalks, roads will have to be treated throughout the day. just one of those days where you see it lingering. boston welcome to the snow, 27 and as expected i estimated it had move and 7:00 and here it is at 7:30. watertown also getting some of the light snow down to norton, south shore, framingham, worcester at 23 , spencer at 21. we have each got snow fitchburg and windham and amherst, new hampshire. kind of scattered but does fit all the way to the cape to vineyard and southcoast and day planner for the day ahead and 33 at noon and light snow and
through 6:00 p.m., we have chance for snow squall out there, burst of heavier snow and i have some specific concerns surrounding those and break them down coming up in just a few. julie grauert, it has been a pretty busy morning for you as well. >> julie: route 1 near lynn fells parkway and police activity is in the northbound lanes. deadly particular earlier this morning and still have one right, far right lane blocked, so just opened up a second lane. they are making progress in the investigation but we have one lane closed northbound and delays over on route 1. 93 south slow after you make through the cloverleaf and woburn and into medford and live drive times, 36 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 49 minutes on 93 south from 495 to
minutes and route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: horrible crash in quincy and two people killed when the mercedes flipped over and burst into flames and shiri tells us it was not snowing yet when this happened around 1:30 in the morning. at the scene on route 128 and, michael, roads weren't even slick then. >> michael: milton quincy board and her shiri said as you just mentioned, wasn't several hours ago. the roads weren't supposed to be bad. only icy saw on the road when standing next to the wrecked car freeze over from the firefighters everett to put out the flames and, of course, took care of that and put stuff on top of that and route 128 is back open after several hour
very tragic deadly crash. fire crews rushed to help but it was too late. with car parts thrown 20 yards away and mercedes so badly burned it still smoldered three hours after the crash and mass state police say two people were killed on the spot. route 28 in quincy around 1:30 this morning. with baseball cards spread out across the pavement, source tells me three young people were riding north when the car hit a snowbank in a tree and then flipped over and burst into flames. clean-up and investigation closed 128 for four hours. after a tragic loss of life on what's known as a dangerous stretch of road. reached out to mass stape to
is doing this morning and also asked about the cause and lose as part of the investigation as soon as i hear back relay that update to you here right here on the fox25 morning news. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: house fire on walton street and pulled two other people out home before midnight and working to find out how serious the injuries are for the two people rescued. sun now up at the scene so investigators can get a better look at the damage and go back there live coming up at 8:00. >> daniel: >> sara: record turnout pushes outsiders to victory and you saw the results last night. these are numbers vermont senator bernie sanders cruising
of state hillary clinton. for the republicans donald trump takes the win with 35% of the vote and ohio governor john kasich may be the big winner with his surprise 2nd place finish. iowa winner ted cruz took 3rd 3rd place. >> gene: kasich said it felt more like a victory. put a lot of work across the granite state holding 160 town halls across the state and it is more than that and campaign special. >> don't see this as campaign but see this as opportunity for all of us. i mean all of us to be involved in something that's bigger than our own lives. >> shake up battle between marco rubio and jeb bush.
this morning as new hampshire voters reflected primary that will go down in history. fox25 catherine parrotta live at red arrow diner in manchester. police where politics is always on the menu. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, gene. you were talking about kasich. kasich second and big headline there this morning was sanders and front page of the union lead and her that's what we have been talking to people this morning at red arrow diner, talking to chris a little while ago. you're telling me you already knew who you were supporting and tell me about the victory from donald trump. >> i think it is great trump doing what he is doing and need a change and seems like -- you know, i'm excited to see him and get the nomination for republican side of it and i think he will be president. as strange as that sounds next
and which is cool, i think. >> what do you think about kasich coming in 2nd place? >> i liked kasich from way back when but didn't think he would be sticking around but big tax guy and obviously we need that too but having trump in there, it would be like comic tv every night for him. >> catherine: found out later sanders won democratic side. sanders kasich run? >> it is pretty cool. >> talking politics over pancakes and live at red arrow diner.
>> gene: nevada democrats on twentieth, republicans twenty-third and then heads to super tuesday on march percent and take place in 14 states including massachusetts. by the way, today, last day to register to vote in the bay state primary. gene: we will be following the latest developments everyday as we get closer to super tuesday and, of course, election day in november. republican employee caught here old colony video ramming man with front end loader off job. owner of b1 auto trade albert ginini dumping snow on property on sunday when he confronts the driver nearly got run over. fox25 investigates caught up with him but didn't want to talk about what happened and he is taking the incident seriously. >> employee suspended without pay pending investigation and
disciplinear action but follow the protocols. >> gene: they are investigating to determine whether he should lose the hoisting license to operate front end loader. >> sara: edward zig liano iv convicted of paying $46,000 in money to buy flat screen tv. he will fire unless resign first sentencing will be held later this month. sara: transit police sergeant died in watertown will retire at 36 years old. late last year sergeant dic donahue will return despite the serious injury and he says he is in pain so time to move on.
and law enforcement leaders and give shot and do what's right. >> sara: he will be teaching criminal justice and they will april. >> gene: loading up equipment truck for the ride for the spring training base in fort myers florida on board this year, more than 20,000 baseballs, 1100 bats, 500 practice and game jerseys and 60 cases of sun flour seats and 20 cases of bubble gum. pitchers and catchers report to florida eight days from now. bubble gum not as popular overtaken by the sun flower seeds. >> i heard they have bubble gum in one cheek, sun flowers in the other and make a beautiful thing
connector where things pretty slow going right now, and show you how that's reflected in drive times. first here is shiri. >> shiri: moderates of pocket this morning and lead to minor accumulation and lunchtime in the evening commute and best bet for picking up coating to two inches of snow and hour-by-hour look next. >> >> gene: celebration turns sour and what he did rather that's in view of hundreds of thousands of times online this morning. teenagers forced to jump from second-floor window in order to
over to easton as well as brockton and light snow right now and highlight how long it lasts coming up in just a few. >> sara: multi-million dollar home destroyed by a to toy. extensive after hover board caught fire. the fire trapped the two teens on second floor forcing them to jump into father's arms. >> she jumps without hesitation that was. >> firefighters say the hover boards lithion ion batteries are to blame. sara: several people saw smoke from the tower and fire crews checked it out and
the air-conditioning system. >> gene: roy williams appears to get does and he fall to knees on sideline. he was taken to the locker room and doing okay this morning. they bareliy scaped 68-65 win over b.c. >> sara: two new cases of zica virus diagnosed this week and working on measures to curb spread the disease. democrats want nearly $2 billion in emergency funding to be approved in the president's new budget but republicans say there doesn't need to be any funding to fight zica. >> still money left appropriated for ebola and no immediate shortage of money to do what they think needs to be done. >> sara: republicans scheduled hearing for thursday to discuss
taking own action working on vaccines that could be used in mosquito season next summer. >> julie: you may have noticed i have been showing you this picture throughout the morning and had a serious deadly accident on route 1 northbound near lynn fells parkway. the car has since been towed. we now have two lanes open on route 1 but that far right lane -- northbound lane still gridlock situation there and that's why we are seeing delays in both directions on route 1 through saugus. 93 south jampacked from woburn through medford and into somerville. expressway pretty typical delays from furnace brook parkway up to morrissey boulevard. here is live drive times. 36 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 52 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 35 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear
shiri, you appreciate the cheat sheet on facebook page, breaks down the snow and cold following for today. >> shiri: don't want to create too much type but it is going to be pretty inconvenient with potential snow and check out other item i'm watching, big cooldown into the weekend and highs just in the teens, guys, but facing right now, teens and 20s this morning with light snow coming in and those temperatures no problem sticking to grass and untreated roadways. right now we have deeper shading part of the north shore, south shore, out into central massachusetts, that's where we have steadier rain, steadier snow right now, most of it tending to fall as flurries, so future cast definitely underdoing what we have at 10:00 a.m., look a lot like it does with scattered light snow embedded within there and couple towns and cities seeing steadier stuff and then as we enter the afternoon we get blips of deeper shading and where we have snow squalls.
impossible to pinpoint exactly where they will develop ahead of time, threat, all the ingredients are there across southern new england, so anybody driving has to use caution on the roadways. so we got snow squalls and flurries around at 5:00 p.m. for the drive home from work which means some roadways will deal with quick accumulation, severely reduced with brief heavy snow and that's what i want you to be caucus around. this is all going to come to end around 8:00 p.m. and spotty it is throughout date and lead to coating to twoisms of snow. it is not a whopper of a snowstorm, pretty widespread here, even right now with light snow in boston, it is 27 , temperatures here do manage to get up to mid to upper 30s here early this afternoon so even though going to be snowing, temperatures are mild enough, a lot will melt away from the main roads here and going to be more of a wet travel situation as
situation and boston, norwood, plymouth, new bedford, snow probably going to have much easier time sticking in worcester at 34, keene 35, manchester, new hampshire at 36 check it out, 7-day forecast always in view, got a solid 80% chance of snow today. see it out there now almost everybody gets in on it and flurries at 30 , it is going to be a blustery day. friday rolls around at 24, brighten up a little bit and saturday clouds and flurries and wind back in place, high only 18 my big concern is going to be around the sunday forecast with temperatures as you wake up around zero and expected wind chills 20 to 30 below zero for early risers here on sunday and even during the afternoon wind chills are still going to be in the double digits below zero. going to be absolutely freezing cold this weekend and next week late snow on monday and mix of
frozen is back >> gene: we could learn if interest rates scheduled to rise next few months. first appearance before lawmakers since they raised key interest rate back in december. it was first increase in nearly decade and expected to raise rates again sometime during 2016. >> popular sporting good store could go bankrupt. 20 million-dollar debt payment a month ago. it has been negotiating with lenders and don't make agreement and they could close half of the 450 stores.
$6 million a year to have the stadium. sara: sears planned to shut down slowest stores over the next few months but wants to close them even faster. retailer which also owns k-mart shut down hunting last five years and serious says it is struggling to compete with other department stores and online retailers. sara: market analysts says merger between two makers hasbro and mattel probably won't happen because of antitrust issues. there's competing to you brands like my little pope benedict and he barbie and merger may take time and money away from certain products.
and singing snowman are hitting broadway. >> gene: highest grossing apmated of all time and story of young princess trying to find her sister whose icy powers set a spell on kingdom and soundtrack to let it go was the itunes in 2014. no word who will play the leading role. frozen was top selling song there. this is everywhere this morning. dad blaming boss for late rival at school and boss we mean bruce springsteen and wrote to daughter school morning after they went to springsteen show and daughter wanted to be straight up why his daughter was late. he says going to bruce
butch stearns would excuse it. >> only write the note for frozen. >> principal who's responsible for that and it could vary greatly. gene: 7:56 and never good idea to fall asleep on job. especially on second day. coming up the story behind embarrassing photo that's gone viral this morning. >> shiri: accumulation the biggest headache and i have snow squalls in addition some poor visibility when those come through and take hour-by-hour look at when snow is heaviest and how long it lasts coming up. >> sara: he is accused of
pay check >> shiri: snow filling in across new hampshire and massachusetts where coating already on the ground and how much more you get. >> sara: pair of crashes both claim lives and what happened after the car struck not one but two poles. >> gene: bernie sanders and donald trump but who's stealing headlines. why john kasich taking so much
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: live in fitchburg and we will see the snow across the area all day. it is wednesday, february 10th , thank you for joining us, i'm sara underwood. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. not a huge amount of snow but enough to impact plans you may have. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear on stormtracker weather center with the snow that's spreading over boston now. >> shiri: that's right. pocket ipswich and going to be lunchtime, going to be afternoon, passing over boston toward weymouth and lots of white on the map right now and springfield area and inch of snow on the ground and boston 27
light snow and see here at noon time future cast underdoing it and scattered snow showers out there and temperatures end up getting into the mid-30s this afternoon, 32 to 36 with few heavier snow squalls. latest on those in a few and live drive time traffic. >> route 1 northbound in saugus all morning. we are in the final stages of clearing that accident as you can see we just have two emergency vehicles still on scene but the car has long since been towed and it will finally open up all the lanes in the northbound side of route 1 through saugus. we are still -- that's why we are seeing the red volume on the maps. pike moving along fine, a little sluggish through the weston tolls. expressway jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. here are live drive times, 43 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 35 minutes
128 from peabody to weston. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: following several deadly crashes. this hour new profession from state police about deadly crash in quincy. police say the mercedes went off the road in 128 near the blue hills reservation and flipped over and burst into flames and driver and front seat passenger were trapped in the car and died person in the backseat was rescued and no word when that personas -- person's condition and live report in quincy in 30 minutes. gene: route 1 northbound near home depot crash and person was thrown from the car. new this hour two lanes open and morning. julie grauert keeping an eye on commute. >> sara: bad crash in abington and crashed into a pole and flipped over on bedford street,
photographer on scene about half hour ago as wreckage was hauled away as you could see right here and national grid confirms fox25 this morning that more than 2,000 people lost power when that car crashed into the pole. almost all had power restored at this hour and take look where this is. road will be closed randolph lane to the weymouth line and asking them to avoid the area and expected to be closed until ten. >> sara: home caught fire overnight killing one person. firefighters tell us the fire had already spread to the entire home by the time they arrived. live on walton street where crews just cleared the scene in past 20 minutes, jess. >> jessica: investigators still on scene and crews left scene on walton street and home we are talking about here and
the home here we understand and you could see some of the windows are blown out. damage to the back of the home. this is two-family home here and did confirm early this morning that one person was killed in this fire and two more are at the hospital. taking look at video overnight now, you can see this was a pretty tough fight for crews here as it was a very fast-moving fire. firefighters were on the roof at times battling flames minutes before getting them out and just right after midnight and ripped to the home in just matter of minutes here, not clear where it started, but again, the worst damage on second floor in the back of the home. now, again some investigators are still on scene here. their objective now going to be figuring out how the fire started and may not have an answer for us before the end of the morning and working to get more information. as soon as we get that we will
jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: saw the results right here and these are the numbers. vermont senator bernie sanders over hillary clinton in the democratic primary. sanders earned 60% of the vote to 38% for republican. for the republicans donald trump takes the win with 35% of the votes. ohio governor john kasich may be the big winner with his surprise 2nd place finish. iowa winner senate ted cruz took 3rd place and for trump the win is first on the campaign trail and in his victory speech he pulled no punches when america. >> we are going to start winning again and we will win so much you will be so happy and make
>> sara: today trump will take campaign in south carolina, the site of the primary in next ten days. sara: john kasich has serious momentum scoring the surprising 2nd place finish. he held 106 town halls across the state leading him to last night's vote. his performance shakes up the battle between fellow candidates, marco rubio and jeb bush and kasich attributes the success to relentless campaigning in new hampshire and positive matter of his campaign. >> we never went negative because we more good to sell than the spend our time being critical with somebody else. sara: kasich walked away with three delegates and hold a town hall in south carolina later today. >> gene: bernie sanders trying
he is heading to work to win the endorsement of reverend al sharpton. he thanked for the record voter turnout and warned his campaign could soon face more attacks because of his success. >> they are throwingy everything at me except the kitchen sink, and he have the feeling that soon as well. >> gene: moments before the speech senator sanders took time to play basketball with grandchildren who were in concord for the victory rally. this morning hillary clinton's campaign already looking ahead to the upcoming primaries and caucuses. the sixty -- former secretary of state believes she is better wenting in other states. she plans to re-evaluate the message sending to voters. she will campaign in south carolina before heading to mexico city for series of fundraisers and meetings. >> sara: 3rd place winner
is on to south carolina. meanwhile new jersey governor chris christie will not be going there instead. he is taking time to regroup. christie trailed the party's front runners coming in sixth behind marco rubio in a speech last night he said he is waiting for the official final tally to decide what he will do next. despite coming in 4th place, jeb bush says he will move forward to south carolina. he claims 11% of last night's vote compared to 3% in iowa. he said new hampshire voters have reset the republican race. his brother former president george w. bush will join him on the campaign trail next week. >> gene: that's a lot to dicorrect as historic primary. red arrow diner in manchester talking with voters and, catherine, guessing, might be pleased circus has left town. >> catherine: maybe a few of
morning, quieter than eight hours ago, especially if you speak with the wait staff and talking about the results of the primary. trump and sanders big winners and talking to clinton supporters. first of all, give me take on your results. >> not expected, slightly disappointing. i would hope she would lose by smaller margin but be expected. >> catherine: do you think she should still make it in general election? >> absolutely. she won iowa this time. obama won new hampshire and won the presidency -- he lost. so i think she should be able to pull it out of the bag, many other states, got a lot of support around the controversy and i think it happens to be a bad report this time and sitting right next to vermont. >> reaction to bring that to you
catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: continuing coverage for the new hampshire primary results and following the latest developments everyday as we get closer to supertuesday and election day coming up in november. >> julie: northbound in saugus, completely reopened after an early morning deadly accident, so finally really getting things back open and slowing on route 1 through saugus. shiri? >> shiri: i got temperatures working way through the 20s right now, so right now 22 , next hour 23, and by 10:00 a.m. 27 with light snow. we will take look at accumulation next. >> gene: it is a cool look at pro skiener way we have never seen before. why it took two years to perfect the incredible view. >> sara: right now cruise ship
>> shiri: check it out, several areas of snow and ipswich to newburyport and windham new hampshire and steady lighter snow and just boston south boston and another area there and take you hour-by-hour through the continuing snow and show what you time it finally winds down in just a few. back over to you. >> sara: devastating storm and moved shared stories on myfoxboston.com. reaction from local couple on the boat at the time of the storm. >> daniel: cruise ship expected to dock in new jersey and right now at the outer bank and local couple on board, they
cranston couple scott and shannon hoar ridge and ship went into a powerful storm on sunday night off the coast of the carolinas. at some point the ship was battling 100 miles per hour winds and 30-foot waves crashing up against the side of the boat. now on board you can see the damage here, pots broken and chairs turned over and parts of the ceiling fell down, so described the moments in the middle of the storm. >> balcony and made us nervous. >> it was really rough. we were nervous. >> daniel: they watched the super bowl and drank wine and crew and captain did a great job keeping everyone calm, even checking up on people in their rooms and ship's captain knew
and worst than what was forecast ntsb is investigating. >> sara: untruly passenger posted video on social media. it appears to show a person being arrested and removed from the plane by police. alaska airlines says flight 769 from logan to san diego was diverted to denver late last night. a short time later the flight continued on to san diego and landed around 2:00 this morning. two of the three black box data recorders been found and two people slammed head on yesterday hospitals. investigators are trying to determine why an automatic breaking system that is designed to prevent trains from colliding did not stop the trains before
each train was traveling at more than 60 miles per hour at the time of the crash. sara: faa says there are more drones flying in the sky than planes. the faa is this is concerning because they get 100 reports per month of airport pilots spotting drones flying near them. they began a drone registration program to discuss the safety concerns, but more say more needs to be done to prevent crashes, including the captain that famously landed a plane on the hudson river. >> julie: more drones than planes? i wish they were watching traffic for us and giving better look and great way to use them. right now things looking way better on route 1 northbound and southbound through saugus after the accident has cleared. 93 south pretty typical volume as you head from woburn through medford and into somerville. expressway slow going from furnace brook parkway past exit 13, freeport street.
the expressway, snowflakes starting to fall and visibility expressway. and other parts of town as well. shiri will have more on that. live drive times, 34 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 46 minutes on 128 from peabody to weston. speaking of shiri, here she is back with more on snow tracking as makes way across the area. >> shiri: reports of flurries from the boston camera and live look in boston and more flurries in the forecast tomorrow and then the big story turns to cold weather over the weekend. 20, 25 below average. wake up weather near zero. it is going to be brutal and all
metrowest and a little bit of snow steadier and southern new hampshire and blasted with some of the snow showers and boston 27 , norwood 23, plymouth 22 and warming up and weeding out temperatures in the teens started and slowing and as we have seen all morning long got risk of snow going strong until about 6:00 this afternoon and temperature, 28 10:00 a.m., noon team 32, get up to about 34 andllgk k also means this afternoon what we get of the snow is going to melt a lot of the main roads, treated roadways and back roads, gas, most of accumulation, 35 in keene, milder in bedford and 36, 37 in plymouth, 35 in portsmouth, new hampshire and best bet for
range will be with any passing snow squalls and chance exists for everybody today and as we travel the lunch hour here i can tell you future cast definitely underdoing this ask light and patchy snow but the story is good as we hit the afternoon, pockets of deeper shading and passing snow squalls. don't last very long. matter of minutes and does bring in brief heavy snow, reduced visibility and quick accumulation and it is very, very localized which is why it is so hard to predict in advance so that's what we will be watching for real closely this afternoon by 8:00 p.m. out of here and quiet overnight, we got another front coming through tomorrow and that is going to create a situation with more flurries through the thursday and 30 to 40 miles per hour and 7-day forecast through the weekend always in view and 24 high on friday and partly sunny skies and more flurries and
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and back at school. >> julie: skier ties iphone to rope and skiing down unmarked trails in switzerland. he slowed down video for dramatic effect and two years to be able to swing the camera, keep in focus and keep steady shot. >> sara: sometimes it is hard to keep your eyes open at work. we have all been there and this most of us haven't been napping. passed out headphones on desk and actually intern for canadian tech start-up and second day on the job and so knocked out and didn't see it cracking up next
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>> sara: shot this in fitchburg and get used to this, snow expected to stick around the afternoon. >> thank you for being us wednesday morning, february 10th. >> gene: make things more challenging. >> shiri: slippery roads, what julie loves to hear. >> shiri: untreated and not talking about a lot but couple flurries around in boston, down to dedham, sharon, norton right now, we got a nice band setting you want across northern massachusetts and southern new hampshire right now as well but that's still just moderate
worcester some flurries at 24 and 22 in plymouth and south shore, southcoast, cape and vineyard. this is how the rest of the day goes, though. we go up to 33 by noon time today. mostly just light snow, into the afternoon your chance is going to go up of seeing some snow squalls, and those burst of heavier snow could definitely create some problems on the road if you're doing any lunchtime traveling and through the evening commute. so we are going to take it town by town look at that coming up in a couple minutes. now i will return you over to julie and live drive time traffic. >> julie: slippery conditions never a good thing and expressway up to columbia road. one and 93 south sluggish from somerville and pike through
than we are used to seeing because of the weather and 490 expressway from the braintree split to the pike and almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: this is all left of a car ava crash and police confirming two people died in the wreck around 1:30 this morning. right now a third person is in the hospital. fox25 michael henrich is live in quincy with details from state police and describing the victims as, quote, young. >> michael: that's how the source described the victims to me and not revealing and relaying the names and ages of the people involved here, but we did learn new details from mass state police saying two people lost their lives on route 20a was the front passenger and the driver. they were pinned in the car and
and third person in the car who was sitting in the back is now struggling for his life. fire crews rushed to help but it was too late with car parts thrown 20 yards away and mercedes so badly burned it still smoldered three hours after the crash. mass state police say two people spot. on route 28 in quincy around 1:30 this morning. with baseball cards spread out across the pavement, source tells me three young people were riding north when the car hit a snowbank and a tree and then flipped over and burst into flames. clean-up closed route 28 for 4 hours. after a tragic loss of life on what's known of dangerous stretch of road. state police confirming the car crashed into the tree and did crash fire at some point during the impact.
why yet, but for some reason the car failed to as they say negotiate a curve. it didn't curve with the road. that's when it went off the roadway. as far as the third person, the survivor is concerned, being treated at boston medical center as soon as we get update on his condition which i'm working to get i will bring it to you. live in milton, live near the quincy border, fox25 news. >> gene: all lanes now open after deadly crash in saugus. happened route 1 north near the home depot. the person was thrown from the car, traffic tied up at the start of the commute and things moving through the area once again. we have new breaking details out of fitchburg where the fire claimed life of a woman overnight. the fire broke out just after midnight on walton street. we have learned that brother and two sister in 60s lived there together and one called 911. farve fire chief lives nearby and ran over without any of his gear. more firefighters arrived and
he told them the sisters were inside. they were able to get one sister outside but other did not make it. fire official did not know how the fire started. we will go back live on the scene coming up at 9:00. >> sara: a record turnout pushes outsiders to victory in new hampshire primary. you saw the results live here on fox25 last night and these are the numbers. bernie sanders cruising to victory over former secretary of state hillary clinton in democratic primary. sanders earned 60% of the vote to 38% for clinton. for the republicans donald trump takes win with 35% of the vote and ohio governor john kasich may be the big winner with surprise 2nd place finish.
>> you made it happen. >> gene: kasich holding 106 town halls rather across the granite state with last night's vote and says it is more than that. he feels the campaign is special >> there's magic in the air with this campaign because we don't see it as just another campaign. we see as opportunity for all of us, opportunity that's bigger than most of our own lives. >> sara: politics still talk of the town in manchester and having breakfast this morning at
crowd in there right now, catherine. >> catherine: here it is all over the front page of the paper sanders trump take new hampshire and open up the paper here also see clinton camp downplaying the loss and kasich second over bush and cruz in all of this people here at diner talking today. we were talking to some people this morning as well, and we just talked to someone who were clinton supporters and heard from some of the young women and disappointed and hope clinton can take to general election and nominee and got chance to hear from mother and what chance got to say, so take a listen. >> i was disappointed. i was hoping hillary clinton would win. i didn't think i would see as much as the candidates and signs out and i think that whoever was the democratic nomination has to beat trump, i know that, i want
can do it. >> catherine: been here at the diner since 4:30 and trump supporters and course of the morning also talk to some people need to take another fresh look at kasich now that he came in 2nd place and what the role may be leading up to general election eventually and a lot of people still thinking about this today, even though the primary here in new hampshire is over, but we are still here at red arrow diner, continue getting reaction throughout the morning and red arrow diner in manchester, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> south carolina and nevada next two stops on campaign trail most the candidate will be in south carolina today. the republican primary there february 20th, democrats will then vote a week later. nevada twentieth, republican twenty-third and then supertuesday on march 1st, primaries and caucuses take massachusetts. today, by the way, last day to state primary. stay with fox25 throughout the morning for continuing coverage
primary results and follow the latest developments everyday as we get closer to super tuesday and election day in november. >> sara: brother and sister accused of abuseing brother. mark and alexandra faced a judge and haverhill police responded for reports of someone with flu-like symptoms and when they got there they found the 65-year-old brother covered in bugs lying next to bed covered in urine in feces. neighbors didn't want to be identified but they did tell us they didn't expect this. >> my whole family was in shock. expect that.
despite injury and he is still in pain and this is about what's doing right for the department and accepted a position at fischer college teaching criminal justice and he and wife are expecting second child in april. >> shiri: flurries around leading to a little dusting of snow, patchy accumulation now. >> gene: fallout could save company hundreds of millions of
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>> shiri: take you to shades of purple south of spencer, auburn webster right now, greater boston area also getting in on some of the lighter snow especially as we travel toward lunchtime today and i will break down when we get burst of heavier snow coming up in just minutes. gene. >> gene: first traditional sign of spring in new england. truck day. last hour red sox started loading up the truck and based down in fort myers, florida. on board this year will be 1100 bats, 500 practice and game
seeds and 20 cases of bubble gum and pitchers and catchers report to florida eight days from now. >> sara: court case for american soldier accused of deserting post in afghanistan officially on hold this morning. judge is waiting for appeals court to decide if classified evidence should be shared with bowe bergdahl defense team. he dedisappeared in 2009 and captured by the taliban. he was in exchange for five taliban prisoners and faces desertion charges but attorney argue he shouldn't go to jail and facing five years in captivity was enough. sara: famous rapper revived outside of new york city rapper dmx found unconscious at yonkers. they used overdosing reverse drug called narcan. the star says he suffered an
tells fox news the incident was a drug overdose. no charges were filed. >> gene: multi-million dollar home destroyed after a toy. hover board caught fire. fire trapped the family's two teenagers on the second floor forcing them to jump from a window into their father's arms. >> i was begging please jump, please jump and i can't tell you how brave it was. >> gene: firefighters say the lithion ion batteries are to blame for the blaze. gene: police in new york looking for person that threw five-month-old puppy from their car. someone tossed puppy out of the car with tinted windows and sped away and freezing cold outside and called police and detectives that arrived on scene took him 20 minutes to get close to the pup.
it is time to find out who did this. they are looking for the person involved. >> increasing time slightly on route 1. expressway slow from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. here is live look past exit 13 freeport street and the gas tank and very slow going. can also see some of those spots snowflakes rain drops on camera lens and over to live drive time, 29 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 51 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 49 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in
we get deeper shades and those would be snow squalls. the problem with those they are incredibly hard to predict in advance. tell you all the ingredients are across southern new england and future we have to watch out, even for the evening commute and real problems, little blast of heavy snow and quick accumulation like that, reduced visibility and going to be a precursor to accidents on the roadway, so anyone traveling this afternoon do keep in the back of your mind that snow squall something that could impact your travel plans. fox25 weather app very, very handy to keep an eye where the snow is, where it is headed and where it is heavy. now, all going to end up winding down around 8:00 p.m. we got coating to two inches of snow widespread, best chance for landing in upper side of the range going to be with passing snow squall. 27 with snowflakes in boston and talking flurries by 10:00 a.m. 30
highs today mid to upper 30s and snow also not going to be able to stick effectively, more like grass, porch, parked cars get in on accumulation and same story norwood and plymouth, cooler in worcester and manchester, new hampshire with middle 30s in keene at about 35 . 7-day forecast always in view, more flurries tomorrow, high only 30, 24 on friday, partly sunny into the weekend we go and with temperatures a little bit milder on saturday but still just in the teens. going to drop by a few more degrees on sunday. better chance for flurries on saturday. sunday i'm going to keep brighter but waking up to zero and wait until the wind chills look like in a couple minutes. back over to you guys. >> shiri, major sporting good store running out of town. next why sports authority could end up closing half of stores after the weekend.
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>> gene: exclusive contracting now over. companies announce a long-term deal in june to call for draftkings to spend $200 million a year in advertising on the cable network. in return espn would not promote any other companies. draftkings face several legal challenges from customers and government regulators. >> sara: popular sporting goods store could go bankrupt and 20 million-dollar debt payment a month ago. the store says it has been negotiating with lenders and don't make payment by sunday they will have to file for bankruptcy and close half of the 450 stores. sports authorities cents $6 million a year to have its name on football stadium. >> gene: according to boston
number of applicants this year and is accepting a record low amount of them. 39,000 people applied. only about 5% will be accepted. that means just over 2,000 kids are going to get in. acceptance letters come out on march 31st. >> sara: a lot more coming your way this morning. and it is hard to believe but there are now more drones than airplanes flying the friendly skies. growing concern surrounding popularity and massachusetts senator now demanding action. >> sara: >> shiri: weather concerns light accumulation and slippery travel accumulation, especially with snow squalls which will result in poor visibility and hour-by-hour into the afternoon coming up. >> gene: not everyone is fan of the primary.
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