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have not paid taxes in 18 years. the tax code trick. >> heather: narrowly avoided tragedy as a car struck into a home. the simple move made by that man's wife that may have saved her life. >> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news >>mm-hmm good sunday morning to you and thanks so much for waking up w news, it's 6:00 a.m., on october 2nd. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. not too much better than yesterday, rainy, dark, overcast this morning. >> heather: at least not coming down in buckets. >> jason: we have things to distract, as far as sports here. jason brewer is here with how it's shaping up. >> jason brewer: all is not lost today. the best chance for the drizzle and is the first half of the day and then some improvement. here's why. dry air is finally coming in
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also seeing less wind out of the east and that's listening the amount of moisture coming in off of the ocean and that's going to help to reduce our rain and drizzle chance if you would. right now over toward keene, temperatures are in the lower and middle 50s it's on the cloudy and cool side all day today. let me show you the future cast still through noon. still some patchy rain and light rain around. notice the clouds are around. as we head to 5:00, you're seeing the abse finally. upper 50s, low 60s, those are your highs today, only one or two degrees warmer than yesterday. i'm back with more on what to expect at fenway and gillette coming up. >> jason: this morning, we're following breaking news in yarmouth. two people dead of a violent crash between two cars. one of those cars you can see completely mangled. it happened before 11:00 last night on buck island road. two people died at the scene, a third was rushed to the hospital
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morning. so far no word on if weather or other contributing factors krbedded to that crash. he's been the heart for 13 seasons of the boston red sox, this afternoon david ortiz will make the final curtain call at fenway park. >> heather: boston has spent the entire weekend celebrating big papi all over the city. stephanie coueignoux joins us sox dedicated the entire weekend to big papi, stephanie coueignoux? >> reporter: unfortunately, it's raining and sprinkling just a bit. this terrible weather not dampening fan's spirits. at around 5:30, the very first die hard fan showed up. this is glen, this is the sign that he made. you can see the sign he made. after we are going live. it's early, the sun is not up
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yesterday, the entire sports community and then some showed up for that celebration, the patriots and bruins, they sent two big time former players, the celtics had everyone on their current roster show up. it wasn't just the names in the boston sports world showing up. david of course is very well known for his outreach in the community as well. three survivors from the boston marathon bombings were also at yesterday's pregame and yesterday, pete freites, the inspiration, behind the ice bucket challenge also took to the field. all of this out pouring and support show how much people embraced and really loved david ortiz here in this boston community. sadly the red sox lost to the blue jays yesterday 4-3. i have to tell you, that loss, may be overshadowed by the incredible show of love and support. again, the names not until this afternoon, perhaps even more
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early on this morning. we are expecting a very huge crowd. coming up in 30 minutes, how to avoid the headaches that go along with all of that many people. i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: also week two, pats at gillette, hosting the bills at 1:00. and we're not going to know who is taking snaps until pregame warm ups. it's going to come down to how jimmy garoppolo's shoulder feels and how he told us at the time, that his shoulder was feeling better. >> heather: a state review is underway after he inappropriately used the emergency lights and sirens on his state vehicle. matthew cyst, a deputy commissioner at the departments of recreation had already been in hot water. earlier this year, both he and dcr commissioner leo roy were already on placed administrative leave for using taxes at a party
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vehicles should be used for emergency purposes only. >> jason: this morning, donald trump is responding to a report from the new york times that says he may not have paid taxes in 18 years. tax experts cited by the paper, says trump could've used that loss to cancel out the same amount of taxable income for 18 years. essentially trump $916 million and never owe a penny in taxes. the time bases its reports on three pages of tax return documents someone mailed one of its reporters last month. trump has not made a comment about the report. but his campaign sent out a statement last night, saying the trump illegally obtained the documents and applied a misleading spin. mr. trump is a businessman, has a fiduciary obligation to his business and employees to pay no more tax than legally required.
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releases tax returns has been a key line of attack for hillary clinton. and her campaign was swift with its response, sending out this message, quote, there it is. this bomb shell shows trump's past business failures apparently got to avoid paying taxes for two decades while tens of millions of working families pay theirs. he calls that smart, end quote. >> heather: trump delivered a speech in pennsylvania attacking everything from record to her physical and mental health and even her opinion of bernie sanders supporters. trump referenced the newly leaked audio leak where clinton can be heard describing sanders supporters as quote living in their parents basement and trapped in dead end careers. clinton says her remarks were taken out of context. take a look at this picture, it shows barbara bush, daughter of george w. bush,
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aid, aboob has been bah dean. the caption, we're with her. recent reports also suggest that george h.w. bush is supporting hillary clinton. and meantime, the republican and democrat vice-presidential nominees are gearing up for their debate. indiana governor mike pence and virginia senator tim kaine will face off this sunday night. and next weekend, one today, hillary clinton and donald trump will face off for their second debate. >> jason: a six-year-old boy hurt during a school shooting in south carolina, has died. jacob hall died at the hospital saturday. his mom and family gathered to remember the little boy taken too soon. >> he was an angel brought to this earth to show love, show kindness and show forgiveness,
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us be and he's asking his mom to be strong to forgive, just like you would have. >> jason: the other two students released from the hospital at the day of the shooting. the gunman was a 14-year-old who killed his father before coming to the school. he's faced one count of murder and two counts. attempted murder charges. >> heather: police believe gang violence was the outbreak at brockton high school. 8 arrests. 15 students also weapons were not used during any of the fights. brockton's mayor is now addressing parents concerns. >> we will not allow a handful misconduct of students to disrupt the learning of over 99%. our students who are there to take advantage of all of the opportunities of brockton high school. >> heather: police say most of the fights were isolated. school leaders are not sure what started the violence but they
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on social media. >> jason: the drought we experienced over the summer, but for brockton drivers it was a rough 24 hours. fox 25 erica ricci reports, if as the sky opened up yesterday, it was as many got behind the wheel for the first time. >> reporter: it was the first real rain fall in months, and yesterday, brockton drivers acted like them. fernando the many accidents yesterday as a pick up tried to pass a car illegally. he said the slick streets definitely played a role. >> swiped him on the left side, lost control. the pavement was wet. so he swerved into the incoming lane and hit a minivan straight face. >> reporter: the driver who caused that crash outside of the spot lounge around 6:30 p.m. was charged with drunk driving and operating without a license. but the seriousness of the accident was likely compounded
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like a ping-pong. like two billiard balls. banged on it, and swerved out -- of course the pavement being wet contributed to it. >> reporter: here at the intersection of center and north quincy streets around 11:30 last night as officers were responding to a fender caused by the rain, another collision occurred between two drivers distracted by that accident who couldn't stop because of the wet roads. on lyman street near eerie, debris still letters the sidewalk. >> from this black car and the white one in back of it, when the gold sedan rammed them from behind and rammed them into this fence. >> there was smoking on the wall. >> every time the weather is bad, there's always a lot of accidents. >> reporter: some of the drivers and passengers went to the hospital but most of the injuries are minor. erica ricci fox 25 news. >> heather: a father and brother
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and maple flavored french toast. a frightening situation for a merrimack woman a stranger broke into her home demanding mail that he says belonged to her. part of a larger scam operating in that area. >> reporter: you talk about going into somebody's home, it's terrifying, merrimack police credit card scam that saw this man allegedly breaking into a woman's home and an degreely tryly to collect mail he says belong to him. then a strange man came to collect it. she called police when he refused to leave. but then it got worse. >> he forced his way right into the house, grabbed the envelopes never thinking that we were going to be that close and we were.
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man, 21-year-old anthony washington of new york. detectives think washington is part of a larger ring that has credit cards taken out with stolen ids delivered to random addresses. >> i not a waiting procedure. the truck pulls up, he delivers put it in the mailbox and he grabs it in the mailbox and they're gone. >> most homeowners don't know they've received that's because the scammers track these packages and pick it up out the mail arrives. the trouble comes when the homeowner gets it first. that's when the homeowner gets a knock. he adds if you get a package delivered to your home with someone else's name. >> police say these envelopes contain new credit cards taken out in a victim's name and the scammers use those credit cards
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that they can quickly sell. that's why police say it's very important that if you get one of these strange packages or envelopes give police a call. in merrimack, new hampshire, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> jason: today, the u.s. will begin evacuating 700 people living and working at the guantanamo bay naval base as hurricane matthew heads towards them. they'll take them to safer spots in florida. right now, parts of hurricane warnings as matthew, one of the most powerful atlantic hurricanes in recent history barrels right toward them. >> it appears disaster will catch us unaware. >> it's something that jamaica has not seen in decades. >> lines out the door and down the block greeted anyone heading to grocery stores and gas stations. here's a different view of hurricane matthew, this picture taken by a plane inside of the
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help predict what matthew will do. meteorologist jason brewer is here right now. that's one of the challenges of predicting where it's going to go. >> heather: and you're tracking it near puerto rico right now? >> jason brewer: in the middle of caribbean. there's south america to the south, there's haiti and jamaica. on the top of the screen, cuba down the line. moved west of puerto rico. one thing i'm seeing in the overnight that's good news for the united states. and that's the fact that turned off of west, more northwesterly. if this thing keeps barrelling westward and then makes a turn, that's not good for the u.s. coastline. we want to see it make a turn and stay out to sea. unfortunately, hurricane warnings, jamaica, haiti, cuba, are up for the bahamas. as we get into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, it's out here in the bahamas. and eventually coming up here
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week. now the speed and the track still highly uncertain. we've still got to iron out steering currents and see how long this hurricane hangs out where it is. if it gets on the move, it's something to watch. still plenty of time. wouldn't be until at least next weekend. high temperatures yesterday, we're caught in the 50s and 60s. check out where we are right now. low and middle 50s. it's still drizzly. upper 40s in fitchburg. a little shower pond by keene. and i think that's going the be rule. cloudy, drizzly. a spot shower this morning. upper 50s, to near 60s the cape and islands. up near a thousand feet in worcester near the cloud bases that's where we have low visibility. otherwise visibilities are reduced but not extremely low at least this morning. just those low clouds. patriots today, damp and drizzly tailgating in the morning, upper 50s.
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not warming up a bunch today. patchy drizzle could be around however as we go progressively through the afternoon. cloudy, cool, less of a threat for heavier drizzle. and begin to finally see some improvement there. there are your high temperatures, though, upper 50s around bedford, lawrence and near 61 in plymouth. that's about going to do it. we still have a wind off of the ocean but not as strong. so that's helping to reduce the transport of moisture coming in to >>and reduce that threat for the steady heavier drizzle. tomorrow peaks of sun return and pop up showers in the afternoon. best chance will be inland. tuesday we dry it out. we'll stay dry wednesday and thursday. and it won't be until at least next weekend before a new rain chance comes back. much more in the next half hour. >> heather: a group of brothers from quincy who fought in world
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hometown. they all qualified for waivers from the military but signed up any way. well, the city dedicated a street corner to them in their old neighborhood near the intersection of lancaster and sour street. his son says, his father and uncles felt joining the military was the right thing to do at the time. he sees this dedication as a reminder of their sacrifice. >> i hope my kids visit it, and i visit it and their kids to visit it. so we remember how the whole country pulled together. >> nearly 80 members of their extended family were on hand yesterday. some coming as far as las vegas. a great tribute there, even in the rain. >> jason: we've all seen the pictures before, first responders rescuing people trapped by flood waters. coming up. fox 25 heads into the water to
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>> jason: we know yesterday was mostly an indoor day. netflix fans binging their shows, took to saturday, when it went down. here are some of their favorite tweets. come on man. to make it worse, they released a new batch of movies including titanic and farris bueller's day off. you know there was some freak outs yesterday. >> heather: people had to be social and talk to one another, sammy's baby food being recalled over concerns it may contain a potentially deadly bacteria. kronobacta can sometimes cause meningitis in infants. so the affected products sold on sammy's milk.com come in 24 ounce white plastic containers with expiration dates of
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some mosquitos in miami may still be infected with zika virus. a new sample of mosquitos from the miami beach area has tested positive for the disease. the tests were done by the state and still need to be confirmed by the cdc. but at least 35 people in the miami beach area have contracted zika locally. >> jason: a horrifying experience for a woman getting gas in north carolina. you can see in the surveillance video, a pickup truck slamming into t across the parking lot and its owner to the pavement. police asked us not to show the truck as it went right over the defenseless woman. amazingly, that woman's sister says she wasn't seriously hurt, and she's going to make a full recovery e it's a miracle, actually. the only thing she can remember is being on the ground and those wheels coming at her. huge wheels, she says. >> jason: police say the driver was under the influence of pain
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. complete new england news coverage continues right now, >> heather: the drizzle and rain sticking with us this morning. but the sun shining in the hearts of red sox fans, you could say as david ortiz prepares for the last season game at fenway. that's a live look at fenway park. a big thank you right there. welcome back, everyone. it's sunday, october 2nd. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. i can't believe people are waiting outside for the game, it's only at 8:00 but getting an early start. >> heather: when you love
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jason brewer is in the weather center this morning, says it's not going to be completely dry for the first pitch but it should be on time, though, right? >> jason brewer: yeah, should get the game in on time. no heavy rain threat. there is some hope for the heavy steady drizzle to abate this afternoon. the dry air now coming in over our heads and less of a wind off of the ocean, so those two things in concert could lead to a little bit dryer afternoon. right now we're it's cloudy, it's cool. let me show you the future cast as we go through time, there's a little spot shower out there this morning. but then into the afternoon, in i of those showers are well off shore. less of the cloud cover, but a bit dryer for the afternoon. we'll take that. upper 50s, lower 60s. it's a cool day but not as breezy. much more straight ahead. >> heather: we continue to update on the breaking news overnight in yarmouth.
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violent crash. one of the cars completely mangled. this happened before 11:00 last night on buck island road. police say two people died at the scene a third rushed to cape cod hospital with serious injuries. part of buck island road was closed for four hours while police investigated. right now no word on whether rain or any other factors played a part in that crash. >> jason: he has been a member of the red sox for 14 seasons and today he will regular season curtain call in fenway park. >> heather: boston celebrating big papi all over the city. but today there's one final celebration for number 34. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at fenway park for us, where red sox fans will come out rain or shine for him today, stephanie. >> reporter: we already showed you some of those fans for you at 6:00. it's really special when an entire community can come together and celebrate someone
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about number 34. boston of course says thank you to david ortiz. i have to say if yesterday's celebration was any indication, today's celebration is certainly one for the record books. who knows who is going to show up. that is something that is going to be very interesting. we are expecting a huge crowd today. the red sox asking people to take public transportation if possible so they can avoid all of those traffic jams. and they're also asking that's certainly not a problem for a couple of folks. at 6:00, i showed you glen reynolds with his home made sign. he showed up at 5:30 this morning to be part of all of this. he told me that ortiz is a hero to him both on and off the field. >> during the time we had the marathon, he really kind of got the city together. i mean, not what he said. but he really does help out the city a little bit.
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that for a while he's one -- he's the ultimate, he can come through a clutch, he can get that hit, and hey, if you can get to first base and hit those home runs when he hits them, you hit them over the field and that's it. >> reporter: that's it. that's all he has to do is just hit those home runs. who knows he may hit another one today. today is bittersweet, a lot of people, including glen reynolds, hoping he extends his time on the field, heading us all the way to the world just have to wait and see. stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: thank you, stephanie. this is new this morning, one north shore town is looking to omit rentals following a rent out for a party. kay vaughn heath was shot to death while attending that party in lynnfield back in may. they rented out the home for what he thought was a college reunion party. it ended up drawing more than
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chairman of lynnfield's board of selectman is introducing a that would ban 30 days. >> jason: this morning, police are still searching for the shooter who hurt two people outside of a historic dedham ballroom. we brought you this yesterday morning. the shooting happened at 1:30 saturday morning as the crowd was leaving mosley's on bridge street. investigators found several shell casings in the parking lot. but the victims found a couple terrace. the boston globe reports a 23-year-old man from dorchester and a 22-year-old man from mattapan taken to the hospital and expected to survive. >> heather: a man dead after being struck by a car in melrose on lynn street yesterday morning when hit by the car. "the globe" reporting 51-year-old john was pro how longed dead at melrose wakefield hospital. the driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating. so far no word on any charges
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bed just moments before a truck crashed through the wall in her bedroom. that one action may have saved her from bumps and bruises. the driver of the pickup truck lost control after suffering a medical emergency. went right through the brick wall and clipped the corner of that house in dedham. >> it felt like -- the whole house shook. my wife just rolled over to the other side of the bed. when the bureau and everything caved in on the the front of the house, slowed the truck down before it actually hit the house and the other good news, the building inspector says the other half of that building is structurally fine, the utilities including the gas line, are on the other side, so the toners will be able to stay there while repairs are being made. >> heather: federal investigators remained stumped at the destruction at the site of this week's deadly train crash in new jersey. the problem is the roof of open terminal is still resting on the
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making it too dangerous for investigators. they were able to find one of the black boxes and video cameras in the front of the car where the engineer steered the train. a second data box in kentucky where they're trying to pull information from it. details of the interviews have not been released. >> jason: a man caught on cameras, setting a church on fire. coming up of the evidence the police found on suspects when they showed >> heather: a local couple find a wedding ring lost in the mud 26 years. coming up the clues on that ring and online that helped get them back to his owner. >> jason brewer: a cool and cloudy start, still some drizzle
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it was a day she'll never forget, married to her love 26 years ago, but two weeks after
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christine mccarthy shows how a stranger helps reunite that woman with her long lost wedding band. ? ave maria ? >> reporter: october 20th, 1990, the happiest day of elaine fitzgerald's life, marrying her love, barre. >> reporter: unforget stable memories exchanging rings and i wedding band disappeared playing softball in a field. >> i was so upset. >> reporter: elaine got a new ring but it wasn't the same. in 2009, barry died of a heart attack, their lost ring long forgotten. that until 7 weeks ago. >> i pulled the plug open, there
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home, hoping to make a couple hundred dollars. >> i got the mud off of it. i saw the inscription, it says elaine, and barry in 10/20/1990. >> reporter: he spent hours online, until finally discovering their wedding video on youtube account and sent her a message. >> she sent me a message in minutes. i said all you hav she typed the exact phrase. yup, it's yours. >> i screamed. my wedding ring. >> reporter: emotional for keith too, more valuable than any other hit. >> the high of finding it in the ground and the high of actually finding the person and being able to do good and do something nice for somebody. >> reporter: keith who lives in weymouth, plans to return the wing to elaine in western mass. next week.
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promises to give the ring to her daughter in memory of her dad. >> heather: our producer jesse telling us how she lost her wedding ring right before her ceremony. can you imagine? >> jason: you hear stories about that all of the time. it's become a way of life. when there was a time of no internet. use social media to track those people down. it's amazing. >> heather: unfortunately, jesse got her ring back before the i cannot imagine. poor bride. a phenomenon in the sky, hurricane matthew, why these lightning strikes are considered to be a rare sight. >> jason: trapped in the water,
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flaky layers it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. >> heather: welcome back. surveillance video catches a man setting a church on florida. this video is from florida. it happened on thursday, a man dumps gasoline on the front door of this church. and then right here, look at the flash and the doors go up in flames. police were able to identify that man in that video, thankfully and able to go to his
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smelled like smoke. he was arrested and charged with arson. >> jason: we know every second counts when it comes to saving someone in the water. local rescuers say this time of year is when they get concern about people trapped by flooding. they took fox 25 blair miller along for training to see how intense it can be. >> reporter: the weather is going to be an issue, and when you're doing a real live rescue, it's not a sunny, bright, warm, day. >> rep from armed the area together as one team, facing the wind, the chill, and the rain. and this boat churning out waves to mimic the perfect conditions they might face in the weeks ahead. still in hurricane season. >> one of the kind of up and coming dangers we face is urban flooding. so today, some of the obstacles and dealing with urban flooding. >> reporter: how to save someone
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they're learning. to see it first hand, cambridge firefighters joined me to join them. jumping in and being the one who needed help. >> throw a bag. >> give me first speed on the red. >> reporter: also working more advanced scenarios, like this one, where they had me sit in this boat taking on water. chelsea firefighter mike lee is above and hoist me down to pull me out. >> anything can happen at any given minute. so just kind of keep on, you know, the job at hand, which was to rescue at the time. >> all of this, a very real scenario, that rescuers prepare for now, for when they answer someone's real call for help. >> they're getting trained personnel that when they come, they know that they're firemen, their e.m.s., they know what they're doing. >> reporter: they had a bunch of if ofs out here last week and this week preparing for the real
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25 news. >> heather: many breaks for the wind and rain for today. meteorologist jason brewer is here. and take a look at this, jason, what do you think about this. >> jason brewer: really cool. >> heather: the rain coming with hurricane matthew is credited with these lightning strikes in the sky. the emergency society says they're usually weak burst of energy released directly over an active thunderstorm cloud. they only last a few to capture on camera. so go right up to the screen trying to see. >> jason brewer: they look like northern lights. this is puerto rico so it's obviously not northern lights in the sky. it's so neat. >> jason: associated with usually dying thunderstorms. and it make sense because the hurricane was going into a weakening phase at the time. so to capture that from puerto rico, so many miles away. you can see the star above.
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surprising event. the space shuttle first captured this as they were flying above the thunderstorms there down below. so interesting stuff. >> jason brewer: matthew is huge. when you show that, that looks huge. >> jason brewer: and i'm going to have more on the tropics coming up. it's been a soggy event to the weekend coming up. check out these rain totals. some of those in the 1 to 3 inch. nantucket, chatham, plymouth, 1 inch to 3. lawrence 3 as well as boston. we have drizzle around, maybe another .01 inch of rain. we're beginning to turn the corner today. we see the 50s right now in most locations. even a few upper 40s are sprinkled here out to the north and west.
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high up in the worcester bases. the rest of us in a little clouds, not much fog. here's our metrowest hour by hour forecast. upper 60s to near 60 finish things out. fenway not as drizzly at game time. 60 degrees, my forecast, temperature, not as breezy either. so if compared to the last couple of nights, we are seeing some improvement here for papi's last day. hopefully won't all day long. just patchy drizzle at game time. mid and upper 50s once again. a few spots will get in the lower 60s, not so much in middlesex county. see middle and upper 50s there. overnight tonight, more clouds and some possible fog and drizzle returning. but here comes the low pressure center moving its way eastward,
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some afternoon showers, not everyone will get some. inland will be favored tomorrow. tuesday we're dry, wednesday, thursday, most of friday, it's next weekend when our next storm system approaches. could couple that with tropical moisture more on matthew coming up. >> jason: it's an issue plaguing smartphone users for the last month or so, samsung smartphones explode, and catching fire. they're not the only ones. what with batteries from exploding. >> heather: a big day for both the sox and the patriots too as david ortiz says good-bye for
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>> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns, here's your sports for sunday morning. it is the final sunday for david ortiz and for tom brady. papi's last seasonal game, brady's last game of suspense. maybe they can high five each other on their way out and in.
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thursday game in fenway or cleveland. craig kimbrel was even worse, throws a wild pitch, to send to third and home with the sox fly. 4 - 3 the sox lose. today, david price against aaron sanchez today at fenway. depending on what happens, the indians may have to play a make up game on monday field advantage. i got the chance to chat one-on-one with papi. here's what he told me about his relationship with tom brady. >> tom brady is a special man. you know, the football in a way -- the people that know them as a person know that he's a great guy. you don't have to be just a football player to get to learn from his literature.
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former teammates expected for today's 2:00 final papi send off at fenway of you can help ortiz's foundation by purchasing one of these limited edition paintings signed by david ortiz. go to red sox.org slash ortiz to learn more. have a great sunday. >> heather: we continue to update on breaking news out of yarmouth this morning where two people were killed in a violent crash between two cars. we are working right now new information and we'll bring you the latest information at the top of the hour. >> jason brewer: and right now, tracking spotty showers. i do have improvements to share with you straight ahead. >> jason: and a local landmark on colleen loves helping the environment. ...and dale, well he loves colleen. they have their differences. but they make it work, most of the time.
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a break in the damp and drizzly weather. >> reporter: it's certainly a big day for big papi. we're live at fenway as david ortiz prepares for his final regular season game. >> jason: donald trump blasted in a new report that says he may not have paid taxes in 18 years. the tax code trick that left the billionaire businessman avoid giving money to uncle sam. >> heather: plus a tragedy avoided as a car crashed i home. the simple move made by that man's wife that might have saved her life. good sunday morning to you, hope your sunday is off to a great start. thanks for watching fox 25 morning news 7 a.m., october 2nd. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: i'm jason law. one of those weekend going to
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jason brewer, you do have good news for us. >> jason brewer: a little bit. dry air coming in above our heads, two things. the other thing, the winds off of the ocean have come down a little bit. so we should be able to turn the corner this afternoon and get steady drizzle like we've been seeing. right now we're locked in. lower 50s, even a spotty shower this morning. take a look at future cast. the first half of the day, it's still going to be fairly damp. looking a little better here as we go through. so temperatures upper 50s and lower 60s in most locations, still way below normal for this time of the year. we do have some bright thing on the way. talk about that in our next rain chance straight ahead. >> jason: this morning, breaking news in yarmouth where two people are dead after a violent crash. two people died at the scene, a
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hospital suffering serious injuries. we're told buck island road is back open this morning. so far no word if weather or any other contributing factors contributed to that crash. he's been the heart of the red sox for 14en is, three world series titles and a bona fide yankee killer. this morning, david ortiz will make the final curtain call at fenway. >> heather: there's big celebrations all over the city. but today there's one final stephanie coueignoux is there at fenway. stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, i have to let you know, if you're coming to today's game, well, come on down now because the early bird gets the worm, at least in this case the parking spot. we're actually seeing the roads and the streets kind of clear. certainly not going to be the case later on today. it is still drizzling here but not dampening the spirits some of those die hard fans we
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taking a look behind me, there's one man standing there all morning long. we are expecting a lot more crowds later on today. of course, yesterday, also a big celebration, areally the entire boston sports community and then some showed up to show their appreciation for david ortiz. the patriots, the bruins, they both sent two big time former players, the celtics, they had everyone on their current roster show up. really, it wasn't just the big names in the boston that showed up. david ortiz, of course, as we know is well known for his outreach in the community as well. three survivors from the boston marathon bombings were also at yesterday's pregame celebration and pete freites, the inspiration behind the ice bucket call leg was also there as well. all of this really just shows how much david ortiz is beloved here in boston. and the impact he's brought his name here with the boston red sox.
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against the blue jays yesterday, they lost 4-3. but i have to say that show of support and love kind of overshadowed the loss. we are hoping for a win, later on today. and we are expecting those big crowds. so if you are headed out to today's game, whether inside fenway or whether in one of the many rest rauvents around here, certainly big headaches come with that, come up in 30 minutes, we'll give you a few tips on how to avoid all of those traffic jam headaches. coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: there will be traffic in foxboro as well. the pats hosting the bills at 1:00. we're not going to know who is taking snaps until right before the game. pregame warm ups, according to adam she isser over the weekend. it's going to come down to how garoppolo's shoulder feels and how jacoby brissett's thumb feels. >> heather: a state review
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inappropriately used the emergency lights and sirens on a state vehicle. matthew sick, a deputy commissioner at the department of recreation had already been in hot water. earlier this year, both he and dcr commissioner leo roy were placed on unpaid leave for paying taxpayer resource at a party of a home of a gop committee member of a state spokesperson says lights and sirens on state vehicles should be used for emergency purposes only. >> jason campaign for donald trump is responding to a new report from the new york times that showsly he may not have paid taxes for 18 years. the sign says, trump signed a nearly $18 million loss on his income in 1985. trump could've used that loss to cancel out the same amount of taxable income for 18 years. essentially trump could make $960 million and never owe a penny in taxes. the times based its report on
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its reporters last month. trump has not made any comments about it report but made a statement last night, saying the times illegally obtained those documents and then mriped a misleading spin. here's part of their statement. mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman, who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, family, and employees to pay no more tax than legally required. end quote. the trump's ability to releases tax campaign sending out this message, there it is. this bomb shell report. it reveals the colossal nature of donald trump past failures. he avoided paying taxes for two decades, while billions of hardworking families paid theirs. he calls that smart. >> heather: delivering a speech in pennsylvania, attacking everything from hillary clinton's records, to her physical and mental health. even her support of bernie
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one of clinton's fund-raiser, clinton can be heard as describing bernie sanders's supporters, as living in their parents basements and dying careers. check this show us, daughter of president bush, posing with long time clinton aid, huma abedin. the bush family stayedar race. recent reports even suggest that george h.w. bush is supporting clinton. meanwhile, vice-presidential nominees are gearing up for their debate. they will be facing off this tuesday night. and next sunday, a week from today, trump and clinton will face off for the second presidential debate. and you can watch both of them right here on fox 25. >> jason: this weekend, a
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carolina has died. jacob hall and two others were hit during last week's shooting in ab elementary school, jacob died at the hospital on saturday. his mom and family gathered there to remember the little boy taken way too soon. >> he was an angel at his birth. show love, show kindness, show forgiveness. he's in heaven tonight. and he's asking for his mama to be strong to forgive, just like you would. >> jason: the other two victi released from the hospital on the day of the shooting. the gunman was a 14-year-old who killed his father before coming to the school. he's facing one count of attempted murder charges but that will change. >> heather: on both thursday and friday, there were 8 fights, 8 students arrested, 16 students suspend at brockton high school. police say weapons were not used
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addressing parents concerns were we will not allow a handful of students misconduct. to disrupt the learning of over 99% of our students who are there to take full advantage of brockton high school. >> heather: police say most of the fights were isolated. they're not sure what caused the supply lens but think it might have to do with a social media post. >> jason: all of the rain we're getting are welcome after the stream drought we're having. for rough 24 hours. fox 25 erica ricci reports, when the skies opened up saturday, it was as if many were getting behind the wheel for the first time. >> reporter: the first real rain fall we've had in months. and when it fell yesterday, drivers in brockton acted like it. there were 29 crashes in 24 hours. most all of them brockton police say, were weather related. fernando pinto witnessed one of them on north main street as a pick up tried to pass a car
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definitely play a role. >> swiped them on the left side, he lost control, the pavement was wet. everybody interested toward in, coming lane and hit, and straight up. >> reporter: the driver who caused that crash around 6:30 p.m. was charged with drunk driving and operating without a license. but the seriousness of the accident was likely compounded by the weather. >> he kind of swiped him. he kind of -- like a ping-pong -- li balls. he swerved out of -- and of course, the pavement being wet contributed to it. >> reporter: here at the intersection of center and north quincy streets around 11:30 last night, officers were responding to a fender bender caused by the rain, another collision occurred between two drivers distracted by that accident who couldn't stop because of the wet roads. on lyman street near eerie, debris still letters the sidewalk. >> i heard the smash. >> reporter: pieces fell from this black car and the white one
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and crashed into this fence. >> when we went outside, the car was like smoking on the cement wall. >> every time, the weather is bad, there's always a lot of accidents. >> reporter: some of yesterday's accidents sent drivers and passengers to the hospital. but most of the injuries are minor. in brockton, erica ricci, fox 25 news. >> heather: a group of local brothers who fought in world war ii are getting a very special thanks. coming up, how their hometown is honoring their service and remembering >> jason: from exploding cell phones to flaming hoverboards, pictures of burned out electronics up our social media. next, the fox 25 digs into malfunctions causing things like this. >> jason brewer: still cloudy and cool, though, we'll tell you
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into flames is not the fire wall that you might expect. >> concentrate the heat -- >> reporter: call it a hack. >> it's going to smoke and then burn. >> reporter: and it happens so quickly. engineer wentworth professor adam shows you what happens on the inside of a phone just before it bursts into a flame. to do that, he's forcing the short circuit of a double a battery. just like the battery in a smartphone, there's a positive and negative sign. >> poof, there's your fire. >> reporter: the battery in electronic devices is much stronger, it's called a lithium ion battery and looks like this. >> that's a piece of plastic that keeps these two pieces completely separate. >> reporter: when that breaks down, the chemicals on either side react. >> as you've seen, these are really destructive when they explode. >> reporter: carpenter says
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happens. >> it's likely that the toy has been banged around, cracking the battery's separate irtore. carpenter says scientists are always working to make batteries more powerful. >> everybody wants their battery to last longer and charge faster. >> reporter: scientists are constantly tinkering with strong chemicals powering items we use every day. >> as things are getting more pressed appeared concentrated more likely to have these kind of issues. >> reporter: he says the best advise is if you h actually hurts to hold it. set it down and step away. there is a chance it could explode. elizabeth hopkins. fox 25 news. >> jason: today the u.s. will begin evacuating several hundred people living and working at the guantanamo bay naval base. they will take from the base in cuba to safer spots in florida. right now no plans to evacuate any prisoners as the base.
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under hurricane warnings this morning as matthew one of the most powerful hurricanes in recent history barrels right toward them. >> it would appear that disaster catch us unaware. >> jason: lines out the door and down the block, agree anyone heading out late for groceries and to fill up gas. an jason brewer is here now. jason, that area of the world is used to this type of thing, how big is this thing? haven't seen something like this in decades. >> jason brewer: right now what i'm seeing in jamaica, it's better than what it could be, as the worse of the storm unfortunately may end up in haiti. we know how bad it gets there, with the mud slides. jamaica is a mountain us terrain as well. let me show you what we have, a huge picture, the eye, right
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an hour sustainable winds. you see the current stats right now. moving northwest. off of west. we need it to move northwest and eventually northward if we want it to stay away from the u.s. let's zoom in, this is through monday. and then we get into wednesday. it's in the bahamas. and lingering north of the bahamas on friday, east of florida. some of the models are a little closer to florida. some of them a little farther too early to tell exactly what impacts you we may be feeling here in the u.s. and even in new england down the line. these are the forecast models run these under different parameters and different circumstances an you do see the circumstances down the line. generally clustered in the bahamas and that have some divergegance as far as where this could end up. you're thinking on the u.s. coastline, not so much a lot of
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of thing, with the worse of it out to sea. running 55, 65 degrees on the cape and islands, the boston, lower 50s. seeing upper 40s as we start our day. back there toward worcester with some low visibilities as well into the clouds here and the higher elevations of the worcester hills. so hour by hour planner is cloudy all day. we have the drizzle this morning, we're locked into the cool conditions. however, this afternoon, it's less drizzle, more patch heavy rain showers popping up. should be cloudy in fenway with a 60 degree reading on the thermometer. afternoon highs upper 50s in manchester, see mid and upper 50s in concord and medford over toward taunton middleboro. so a little below normal for this time of the year. the cape and islands, no sun and low to mid 60s for you. overnight, the clouds, the drizzle return. and then tomorrow afternoon, we start to see a few pop up
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be favored on monday afternoon for some additional heavy showers. then we clear it up. tuesday through the week, it actually looks really nice, with low and middle 60s and lows in the 40s. >> heather: get through today and tomorrow. all right, jason, thank you. a group of brothers from quincy who fight in world war ii honored by their hometown in a special way. robert, edward, francis, george, and anthony tribyawn know, all qualified for but they signed up any way. this weekend, this he dedicated a street corner to the brothers in quincy. francis, tribyawn know's son says joining the military during that time was the right thing to do. he sees this dedication as a reminder of their sacrifice. >> i hope my kids come visit it, i hope they bring their kids, and i hope they bring their kids
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and how the whole country pulled together. >> heather: a great thing of you can see his umbrella was turned inside out there. that rain there, that wind, didn't stop nearly 80 members of the tribyawn know family from coming yesterday, some coming as far as las vegas to see that dedicated. >> jason: it's nice. really nice. this weekend, saving a local landmark from a wrecking ball. >> it's what gives the place, character. and when we tear it >> jason: coming up of the fight to keep the pink house in newburyport standing. >> heather: plus a terrifying crash caught on camera right here. a woman pumping gas run over by a packed with flavor, one hero was on a mission to save snack time. watch babybel in the great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% natural cheese. mini babybel. snack a little bigger.
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>> jason: netflix subscribers hoping to spend a rainy day binge watching their favorite shows, took to twitter yesterday, their streaming went down. netflix released a new batch of
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ferris bueller's day off. not all lost, it was back up and running in a couple of hours. >> heather: you would think the world was ending. >> jason: some people, that's all they've got. they've just got netflix. >> heather: if you're out on the beach, some now suggesting that mosquitos in miami beach may still be affected by zika virus. a new batch of mosquitos in that area tested positive for the disease of those tests done by the state of florida and still need to at least 35 people in miami have contracted zika locally. >> jason: scary scene for a woman getting gas in south carolina. you can see pickup truck slamming into that woman's car and slamming into the parking lot. amazingly, though, that woman's sister says she wasn't seriously hurt and going to make a full recovery. >> a miracle, actually.
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is being on the ground and those wheels coming at her, huge wheels, she says. >> jason: as for that driver, police say he was under the influence of pain medication and didn't realize what had happened. two witnesses say they kept him from running off before police got to the scene. >> jason brewer: all right. we're off to a cloudy and drizzly start. tracking dry air moving in overhead. i'll tell you what that does for our >> cottage cheese doesn't have to be just plain cottage cheese. with hood, it can be... ? hey! ? ...peach on a bagel... ? uh-huh ? ...garden vegetable on a caprese salad... ? hey! ? ...pineapple on a waffle... or cucumber and dill as a dip. with eight delicious flavors of hood cottage cheese, the possibilities are endless. always good. always hood.
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: well, the rain and drizzle may be sticking around. but take a look at this beautiful shot here. live look at fenway park here. the sun is still shining in the
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ortiz prepares for the last game today at fenway of a big day for sports fans in boston. >> jason: huge day. you know exactly what this is. you do this and he's known for that. michael jordan is known for jumping with the ball. this is david ortiz all weekend. >> heather: got the sox and got patriots. so much going on today. and meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center, where you say it's not going to be dry for the first pitch but do think the game will still happen time. >> jason brewer: yeah, absolutely. i think it's good to play baseball and better than the past couple of nights. here's why. we have dry air coming in from the west, and not as much low level wind off of the ocean. those two things, instead of heavier mist and drizzle. we'll stay locked in to the clouds. future cast, the first half of the day, more drizzle than not. but the second half of the day, we just have a lot of clouds around.
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upper 50s, lower 60s out there. not as breezy, staying cloudy. warmest readings in vineyard and hyannis, a little cooler as you get to the north and west out toward worcester. much more straight ahead. >> heather: we continue to update you on breaking news happening overnight in yarmouth where two people killed involving a violent crash involving two cars. check out the video from the scene one of the cars completely mangled. that car on its roof. police say two people died at the scene. a third person rushed to cape cod hospital with serious injuries. part of buck island had to be closed for four hours while police investigated. no word on whether rain played a part in that crash. >> jason: a massive day for new england sports. david ortiz makes the final curtain call over at fenway park. >> heather: and boston spent the
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celebration for number 34 with the regular season. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us at fenway this morning, where we've been seeing fans already come out, even despite the rain, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, the last hurrah, certainly this constant drizzle not letting anyone stay home. and, actually, you can take a look behind me. we're starting to see a crowd build out here, outside of fenway. they're a maybe they haven't had their coffee just yet. the sign above them says it all. thank you, 34. yesterday's celebration incredible, we're talking about major names from all of the boston sports teams as well as folks from the community. and of course, you know, this is the final regular season game for big papi, so we're expecting a huge crowd today. the red sox are actually asking people to take public
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alleviate some of the rush hour traffic that we're probably going to be seeing all around boston today. and they're also asking fans to get here super early. now, if you were with us at 6:00, we showed you one man who was actually already standing here with one of his home made signs. that's glen reynolds. he showed up at 5:30 this morning to be part of all of this. he told me that david ortiz is a hero to him both on and off the field. >> during the time we had the the city together. i mean, not what he said but he really does help out the city a little bit. he's like an ambassador. we'll not see a ball player like that for a while. he's one -- he's the ultimate. he can come through the clutch. he can get that hit. and, hey, if you can get to first base and he hits those home runs when he hits them, he takes them over the field and that's it. >> reporter: and reynolds is actually part of that sign, keeping track of all of those home runs, he says he has had to
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times. hoping to change it one more time today. bittersweet, he along with every red sox, hoping david ortiz extends his presence on the field through the world series because wouldn't that just be the best way to round it out. at fenway, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: it sure would. thank you, stephanie. this is news, one town is looking to ban short term rental companies like air b and b. this following a murder in a there. kay vonheath shot to death while attending that party at a home back in may. the owner rented out that needham home for $1400 for what he thought was going to be a college reunion party. ended up drawing more than 100 people. the herald reporting that the chairman of the board of selectman now introducing a that would ban rentals in the last 30 days. so far no arrests in heath's murder.
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who hurt two people outside of a historic dedham ballroom. dedham police say the shooting happened around 1:30 saturday. as a crowd was leaving mosley's on bridge street. investigators found several shell casings in the parking lot. but the victims were actually found a few blocks away walking on breed terrace. 23-year-old man from dorchester and 22-year-old man from mattapan taken to hospital and they are expected to survive. >> heather: a man is dead after being struck by a car in melrose. that man was walking on lynn yesterday morning when he was hit by that car. "the globe" reporting that 51-year-old johnsa electric cas was pronounced dead at melrose wakefield hospital. the driver stayed on the scene is cooperating. so far no charges. >> jason: saturday morning, a woman rolled in bed moments before a truck crashed into her bedroom. that rolling over may have saved her from serious injuries.
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suffering a medical emergency. that truck went through the brick wall and clipped the corner of the dedham house. >> got out of the shower, felt like a meet they your hit the house, my wife just rolled over, when the bureau and everything else went on top of the bed. >> a couple of lucky breaks for this couple, they say the wall in front of the house, slowed the truck down just a bit before it hit the house. the other good news, the building inspector says the other half of the house is structurally fine and that the utilities, including the owners will be able to stay there as repairs are being made. a man caught on camera setting a church on fire. coming up the evidence found on that suspect when they showed up to his house. >> heather: a local man finds a wedding ring lost in the mud for 26 years. the clues on that ring that helped him get it back to his owner. >> jason brewer: closing out the
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>> jason: it was a day she'll never forget, married to her love 26 years ago, two weeks after saying i do, her ring was lost until now. >> heather: unbelievable. how a stranger's relentless search to reunite that woman with her long lost wedding band ? ave maria ? >> reporter: october 20th, 1990, the happiest day of elaine fitzgerald's life, marrying her beloved barry. >> i remember it like it was yesterday. >> reporter: exchanging i dos and rings. but just two weeks after the wedding, her 14 karat gold band disappeared while playing softball in a braintree field. >> i was so heart broken. i was at work and happened to look down, oh my god, my ring. >> reporter: elaine got a new
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attack, her lost ring long forgotten. until keith was in the field, 26 years later. >> as soon as i plugged it open, there it was. >> reporter: keith brought it home, thinking he'd make a couple hundred dollars. >> got some of the mud off of it and cleaned it up and saw the inscription, it says elaine and barry, 10/20/90. >> he spent hours, typing the couple's first names and until finally discovering their wedding video on elaine's youtube account. >> reporter: she contacted within minutes and told me, all you have to do is tell me what's inside. >> she typed the exact phrase that was in the ring. yup, it's yours. >> i screamed, oh my god, i found my wedding ring. >> reporter: emotional for keith too, a find more valuable than any other hit. >> i got the high of finding it in the ground and the high of
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something nice for somebody. >> reporter: keith who lives in weymouth, plans to return the ring to elaine in western mass. next week. elaine is engaged to be married. but plans to give the ring to her daughter in memory of her dad. >> heather: what a gift to give that back after all of those years. >> jason: a lot of people would've put that ring in their pocket, walked to a pawn shop and melted it down. he >> heather: love those stories. a phenomenon in the sky, hurricane matthew. why these lightning strikes are considered to be a rare sight. >> jason: years of neglect have taken their toll, but to locals this pink house is something pretty special. >> little kids come to us and say it's their dream house, artists love it.
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. >> heather: caught on camera, surveillance video right here captures the moment a man sets a church on fire. take a look at that. on the left hand part of your screen right there. this is from florida on thursday. you see that man dump gasoline
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flames. police able to identify the man in the video. listen to this, when they went to his home, he was still wearing the same clothes in that video and those clothes as you might imagine smelt like smoke. he was arrested and charged with arson. >> jason: people on plum island are thinking pink and fighting what they're calling a local treasure. the so called pink house may be demolished unless they find a new purpose for the run down building. fox 25 the house is a source of a lot of local legend. >> when i drive by the house, it's one of the things that makes the area so special and so unique. >> reporter: the locals call it the pink house and for decades, it stood vague cant and blinded by the great martian newbury until the parker river national wildlife refuge bought it in 2012 and now they're not what to do other than demolish it. the refuge says the cost to bring it up to code after years
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huge. >> little kids come up to us and they it's their dream house, artists love it. and it really is special to everyone. >> reporter: michelle and allison started to support the pink house aimed at saving it from the wrecking ball. but the refuge under the federaled u.s. fishing and wildlife department has only given them a year to research and come up with a new purpose. it's what gives the place character. and when we tear it down, it's gone. >> reporter: the pink house built out of spite in 1949 by a changed hands a few times since then. and for ken richardson. >> there's no mystery around it, as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: the households less romance, he lived across the street from it all his life. >> we were all friends, i hung out over there. >> reporter: has used it as an inspiration for her artwork.
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hanes fox 25 news. >> jason: held a meeting earlier this week, to get ideas from the public on how to save that house. petitions to save the building. got nearly 200 signatures already. >> heather: well, as many breaks for the winds and rain coming with hurricane matthew, also being credited with pretty unusual sight in the sky. these are called lightning sprites, they're shot in puerto rico, sprites are usually weaks bursts of energy released directly thunderstorm cloud of only last a few seconds. we were lucky to capture this image right here. it's difficult to capture them on camera but right there those are the sprites. >> we didn't get anything cool like that here. this weekend has been pretty. >> pretty gray. >> and hurricane matthew being a big problem. you're saying it can hit haiti and who can forget the earthquake that hit haiti in 2010, that's an area that doesn't need this. >> it doesn't look good for
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ahead. we have seen a good amount of rain here. nantucket, 1, 2, 3 inches of rain. this was beginning friday night. today we're not going to add on to the rain totals .75 in boston. and lawrence and 1 inch in bedford. 54 degrees. north winds around 15 at logan. cloudy skies. now the winds have come down a little bit and changed direction just enough so we're not transporting as much moisture in from the atlantic. and so we're going to lesson our drizzle threat into the afternoon. but this morning we're stuck with it. cloudy all day. there's your north shore forecast struggling to get to 60 degrees. patriots playing the bills today. heading gillette. damp drizzly. but by 2:00, this drizzle forecast starts to get patchier. and may get rid of it all we late day. cloudy and school all day long.
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hampshire, see upper 50s to near 60. their foxboro at 61 this afternoon. chelmsford at 58 around the greater boston area. and overnight, we're back to some clouds and drizzle once again. we'll have light winds, though, with patchy fog settling in. now the chance of rain today into tomorrow morning is low. just a spot shower possible. it's really going to be monday afternoon where we start to see a risk for heavier showers pop up again. and then on tuesday, ts gloomy is finally moving away. so i do think some bright thing coming up tuesday and will really turn the corner for the rest of the week. so today is gloomy. the risk for any heavy rain is low. and coming up tomorrow afternoon, we start to see that risk go up once again one more time before we really dry out. low to mid 60s for the week with overnight lows in the mid and upper 40s. >> all right. jason, we'll see you again at
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broke into her home demanding mail that belonged to him. >> heather: a huge day not just for the sox, the patriots too. as david ortiz says good-bye to his regular season. and tom brady gets ready to sit out the last day of his suspension. coming up, one-on-one, big papi suspension. coming up, one-on-one, big papi ta i'm hall of famer jerry west and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto... a latest generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto? significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood clotting factors. xarelto? is selective targeting one critical factor of your body's natural clotting function.
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>> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns, here's your sports for sunday morning. it is the final for david ortiz and tom brady. papi's last game and tom brady's last game of his suspension. maybe they can high five each other on the way out and in. last night sox tied the jays, mookie betts with the tying run, craig kimbrel even worse, dalton bombay pitcher to third and ezekiel in, 3-4 the
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aaron sanchez at fenway, depending what happens, the indians may have to play a make up game on monday to decide home advantage with the red sox. the chance to meet and greet with david ortiz at 47th big papi pop up shop on yawkey way. i got the chance to talk one-on-one with big papi. here's what he told me about his relationship with tom brady. >> tom brady is a special man. in a way the the people that know them as a person, know that he's a player to get to know from his leadership. >> reporter: lots of david ortiz former teammates expected for today's 2:00 final. papi send off at fenway. and you can help support ortiz's foundation by purchasing one of these limited edition paintings signed by ortiz and by artist peter max. go to rocks foundation.org/ortiz to learn more. have a great sunday, everybody, 11:30 tonight, for sunday night
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update you on that breaking news out of yarmouth where two people were killed in a violent crash between two cars. right now we're working to get more information. bring you the latest information at the top of the hour. >> jason brewer: cool, cloudy, damp, 50s at the top of the hour. but improvements to pass along to you straight ahead. >> jason: plus training for the worse in conditions as real as it gets.
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>> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, dry air on the move. i'll show you when we see a break in the damp and drizzly weather. >> reporter: certainly a big day for big papi. live at fenway as david ortiz prepares for his final regular season game. >> jason: donald trump blasted in a report that says he may not have paid taxes in 18 years.
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giving money. >> heather: a tragedy narrowly avoided when a car came crashing into a home. >> got in the shower, the whole house shook. >> heather: the simple move made by that man's wife that may have saved her life. >> hegedus. >> jason: i'm jason law. what can we say, weather weekend, not that great but i just heard meteorologist jason brewer say, something about a break in the rain. >> heather: we need it. >> jason brewer: break in the rain and some of this heavy drizzle. dry air coming in from the west right now as the whole storm producing all of this finally dislodging and making a move. in the lower and middle 50s. and we don't have as much wind off of the ocean transporting
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so those two things combined could mean a slightly dryer afternoon. right now a drizzly cloudier morning. going to stay locked in with the clouds, don't expect any sun, about you at least the afternoon time, i think we're going to get into a more patchy drizzle, a very light drizzle instead of heavy steady mist we've been seeing, temperatures on the cool side, upper 50s, low 60s, got to have the long sleeves out there. back to you. >> jason: this morning, continue to follow breaking news out of yarmouth after two people are dead after a between two cars. one of those cars completely mangled you can see in the video. the police say the crash happened before 7:00 last night on buck eye land road. two people died at the scene, a third taken cape cod hospital suffering serious injuries. buck island road is back open for traffic. so far no word if weather or any other factors contributed to that crash. he has been the heart of the rocks for 14 seasons. three world series championships
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make the final curtain call at fenway, park. >> heather: boston city fans celebrated all over the city. but today one final celebration for number 34. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us at fenway this morning, where the rain hasn't stopped die hard fans from coming out already, stephanie. >> reporter: it's not just fans from boston. in fact, i walked over and you can see a group of people already standing outside. i spoke with a family from san antonio. they flew big papi's last regular season gamely they told me miles do not matter. they're just really excited to be there. although, they did say the weather a little bit warmer and nicer in texas. however, we're hearing that today's celebration will be absolutely amazing. if yesterday's celebration was any indication. there will be some very special people showing up today. yesterday, the patriots, the bruins, they sent two big time former players on to the field.
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everyone on their current rosser show up. but it wasn't just the big names in the sports world showing up. david ortiz as we know is very much giving back to this community. a three survivors, in fact, from the boston marathon bombings were also at yesterday's celebration, pete freites was also there, the inspiration behind the ice bucket challenge. all of this goes to show, how much ortiz is loved and daysed by everyone. again, i family from san antonio. you know, i have to say, red sox fans, they're going to love this. when i was speaking with them, they managed to celebrate big papi, also showing in a little bit of shade at the yankees. >> we were here for jeter's last game. but that's nothing compared to the way it is now. it's papi's last game. this is a day we'll be telling our grandchildren about. >> reporter: i mean how cool is that, they already have their tickets they were hoping for
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if you're looking for those again show up early. and meantime, we just actually spoke with boston police who are out here, they're already surveying this area. coming up in 30 minutes, the reason why there could be extra security specifically for today. for now, outside of fenway, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: fans bringing jeter into this. getting ugly. week 4 of the pats hosting the bills the other big sports we'll not know who is taking snaps until the pregame warm up. it's going to come down to how jim garoppolo's shoulder feels and how jacoby brissett thumb feels. he told reporters out at gillette that his arm and shoulder were feeling much better. >> heather: a top aid official now resigned a state review underway after he inappropriately used the emergency lights and sirens on his state vehicle. matthew, a deputy commissioner at the department of conservation and recreation had
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earlier this year, both he and dc commissioner leo roy were placed on unpaid leave for using tax resources at a party at the boston home of a gop committee member. a state spokesperson says lights and sirens on state vehicles should only be used for emergency purposes. >> jason: this morning, donald trump's campaign is responding to a new report from "the new york times" which shows he may not have paid taxes for 18 years. the $916 million loss back in 195. trump could've used that loss to cancel out the same amount of taxable income for 18 years. essentially he could make $916 million and never owe a penny in taxes. the times reported on three tax return documents that someone mailed its reporters last month. trump has not made any comments about his report.
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times" illegally obtained those documents and applied a misleading spin to them. part of that message, mr. trump is highly businessman and fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and employees to pay no more tax than legally required. trump's refusal to publicly releases tax returns has been a key line of attack for hillary clinton's campaign. and they responded with a swift response, sending out this message, quote, there it is, this bomb shell rep colossal nature of donald trump past business failures apparently got to avoid paying taxes for two decades while tens of millions of americans paying theirs, he calls that smart. >> heather: a speech in pennsylvania, attacking everything from hillary clinton's public record to her physical and mental health even her opinion of bernie sanders supporters. trump referenced a newly leaked audiotape from one of clinton's fund-raisers where clinton can
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supporters as quote, living in their parents basements and trapped in dead end careers. clinton says those remarks were taken out of context. in the meantime, take a look at this picture, shows barbara bush pierce, the daughter of george w. bush, posing the clinton aid, huma abedin in the back. the outside of the presidential race for now. but recent reports do suggest george h.w. bush is supporting clinton. in the meantime, the republican and democratic vice-presidential nominees gearing up for their debate. mike pence and tim kaine will be facing off this tuesday night. next sunday, one week from tonight, trump and clinton face off for their second presidential debate. you can watch both of them right here on fox 25.
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six-year-old boy hurt during a south carolina shooting jacob hall has died. jacob died at the hospitalo saturday afternoon. his mom and family gathered to remember the little boy taken way too soon. >> jacob was a an angel brought to this earth to show love, to show kindness, forgiveness, he's in heaven right now and he's asking his mama to be strong to forgive >> jason: investigators say the gunman is 14-year-old who killed his father at home before coming to the school. he's facing one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder charges but that will change soon. >> heather: all of the rain we'll be getting is certainly welcome after the extreme drought conditions we've had over the summer. but for brockton drivers it was really a rough 24 hours. fox 25 erica ricci reports on the skies opened up yesterday. it was almost as if some getting
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time. >> reporter: one of the first real rain falls we've had in months. when it fell yesterday, drivers in brockton acted like it. there were 29 crashes in 24 hours. most all of them, brockton police say, were weather related. fernando pinto witnessed one of them on north main street. he says the slick streets definitely played a role. >> swiped him on the left side. lost control. the pavement was wet. so he incoming lane, and hit a minivan straight facing up. >> reporter: the driver who caused that crash outside of the spot lounge around 6:30 p.m. was charged with drunk driving and operating without a license. but the seriousness of the accident was likely compounded by the weather. >> he kind of swiped them. he kind of -- like a ping-pong -- like two billiard balls. swerved out of -- and of course, the pavement being wet contributed to it. >> reporter: here at the
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night as officers were responding to a fender bender caused by the rain, another collision occurred by two drivers distracted by that accident who couldn't stop because of the wet road. on lyman street, the debris still covers the sidewalk. >> i heard a smash. >> reporter: the pieces fell from the black car and white one behind it when the gold sedan rammed them from mind and smashed into the fence. >> when we ran outside, smoking >> every time the weather is bad, there's always a lot of accidents. >> reporter: some of yesterday's accidents sent drivers and passengers to the hospital but most of the injuries were minor. >> heather: a group of local brothers who fought in world war ii, all getting the thanks they deserve now. coming up, how their hometown is honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice. >> jason: plus new credit cards taken out with stolen i.d.s and sent to random addresses.
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as fox 25 bob ward found out, police suspect this is all part of a larger scam operating in that area. >> you talk about going into somebody's home, that's terrifying. >> reporter: merrimack police detective scott clark tells me of a credit card scam that saw this man allegedly breaking into a woman's home and an grilly tryly to collect mail he says belonged to him. it happened on tuesday after a woman took in an envelope that contained her street address featured someone else's name. then a strange man came to collect it. she called police when he refused to leave but then it got worse. >> he forced his way into the house, grabbed the envelopes, never thinking that the -- that we would be that close and we were. >> reporter: arrested is this man, 21-year-old charles anthony washington of new york, detective park thinks washington is part of a bigger ring that has credit cards taken out in
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addresses. >> he delivers it, puts it in the mailbox and grabs it right out of the mailbox and he's gone. >> reporter: most homeowners don't know they receive these packages. that's because scammers track these packages and pick it up out of the mailbox as soon as it arrives. the trouble comes when the homeowner pick it up first. that's when the homeowner will get someone on their door to collect the mail. he asks if you get a letter delivered to your home with someone else's name, call >> any time you get a package, knowing what we know now, contact us immediately because it is most likely the individual is right behind that delivery. >> police say these envelopes contain new credit cards taken out in a victim's name and ha the scammers turn around and use those credit cards to buy gift cards or merchandise that they can quickly sell. that's why police say it's very important that if you get one of these strange packages or envelopes, give police a call. in merrimack new hampshire, bob
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today the u.s. will begin evacuating about 700 people living and working at the guantanamo bay bay naval base. right now no plans to evacuate any prisoner at the base. parts of cuba, jamaica and haiti are under hurricane warnings. as matthew, one of the most powerful hurricanes in recent history barrels >> fear that disaster will -- >> it's something jamaica has not seen in decades. >> jason: and we see lines out of the door and down the block greeting anyone in gas stations and groceries stores. here is picture taken by the plane inside of the eye of the storm, pretty cool. taking measurements to send back to predict what matthew will do. see a lot of that in your spaghetti models, it's hard to
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once it's this far away. >> jason brewer: yeah, the time is enemy when you're looking out, 6, 7, 8 days especially with a powerful storm like this. all eyes on it in the short term. haiti, jamaica, cuba, utter the threat. let me show you the threat we have. a big storm, lasting an hour. how big is it? the tropical storm force winds can do damage at about 100 miles out from the eye. this is 400 miles across. there's haiti the dominican republic, there's cuba and jamaica, there's the hurricane warnings in red. right now moving to the northwest, it has 150 miles an hour winds. a cat four. it was a cat five on friday night, as you remember. as we go into time. here we go into monday. looks like it's going to stay east of jamaica, as far as the worst of it. unfortunately, haiti gets the northeastern side of this major hurricane and then it's into the bahamas after cuba on wednesday into thursday. this is friday. it is out here east of florida
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there's those spaghetti models these are the computer models there are many of them and we look at our most reliable ones to an idea of the better track down the line. staying east of florida. and then down the line, there will be some factors that could shift this thing west or east, too early to tell. right now, just monitors, temperatures in the middle 50s. it's cloudy. and still a bit of a breeze out there this morning. we're going to stay cloudy all threat for many heavier showers and even this drizzle is going to start to wayne this afternoon. fenway forecast 63 degrees, it's cloudy, northeast breeze coming in at 5 to 10 miles an hour. as opposed to 20 miles an hour. and a little less in the way of that steady heavy mist and drizzle. still bring along the poncho especially earlier in the game. temperatures in upper 50s today in most locations try to get up
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overnight we're sinking back into the clouds and drizzle and low and middle 50s. this storm finally getting a kick over to the east. so it does mean we're finally going to turn the corner midweek. tomorrow as the storm passes by, we get a couple popping up showers, primarily during the afternoon on monday. so there's your rain chance. then drying up. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, low and middle 60s. lows on the cool side and mid and upper 40s. then next weekend, a could mean a shower. back to you. >> heather: thank you. a group of brothers who fought in world war ii, were honored by their hometown of quincy this weekend. robert, edward, francis, and george, and anthony trubiano, that's their last name, all qualified for waivers from the military but signed up any way. recently the city dedicated a street corner to them in their old neighborhood at the
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balance yard street. his father and uncles joined the military was simply the right thing to do during that time. and he sees the dedication as a reminder of their sacrifice. >> i hope my kids come visit it. i hope they bring their kids to come visit it and i hope they bring their kids to come visit it so they remember, you know, what it was like and how the whole country pulled together. >> heather: just remarkable brothers. and nearly 80 members of their extended family on vegas to pay tribute to the trubiano brothers. >> jason: we've all seen the pictures before. first responders rescuing people trapped by flood waters. coming up, fox 25 heads into the water to see how first responders here train for exactly that kind of deadly situation. >> heather: a horrifying crash caught on camera of a woman simply pumping gas when she's run over by a pickup truck.
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and new this morning, sammy's baby food is recalling some baby food. in addition, the fda also found the baby food had inadequate levels of iron. sold on sammy's milk.com and come in 24 ounce white plastic containers with expiration dates of november 2016 to august of 2018. new tests still be infected with zika virus. a new sample of mosquitos from the area has tested positive for the disease of the tests done by the state. still need to be confirmed by the cdc. but at last check, at least 35 people in miami beach contracted zika there. >> jason: unbelievable horrifying experience for a woman getting gas in north carolina. you can see a pickup truck slam into her car and sending her car across the parking lot and her
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the truck went over this defenseless woman. amazingly, even as she was run over, her sister says she wasn't hurt and going to make a full recovery. >> it's a miracle, actually. the only thing she can remember is being on the ground and those wheels coming at her. huge wheels, she says. >> jason: police say the driver was under the influence of pain medication and didn't even know what was going on. two witnesses say they kept him from runni o got there. netflix subscribers hoping to spend the range day bing watching their shows took to twitter when the streaming service suddenly went down. here's some of our favorite tweets from yesterday from the outage, come on, man. to make things worse, netflix rust why released a new batch of movies including titanic and ferris bueller's day off. not all loss because it was back up and watching a few hours later. i don't get it, what's the big
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you're bing watching on a good day and you can't do it. it's the worse. >> heather: perfect rainy day weather to watch movies. at the same time, i think it's nice to have a break from the tv sometimes. i know i sound like a mom right now. >> jason: you are a mom. >> heather: it sounds like another great day to be inside watching tv jason. >> jason brewer: i know, or out at fenway, you're going to be dealing with the clouds, a little bit of improvement, share with you in the 50s, mr. coming up. >> reporter: bittersweet day for
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complete new england news coverage continues right now, this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: well the drizzle and rain sticking with us this morning and the overcast sky. but not dampening the spirits of
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fenway park where they're getting ready for one final send off for david ortiz as he prepares for the last regular season game at fenway today. welcome back. it's sunday, october 2nd. thanks for being with us, i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. we're got the pats playing at home at 1:00. they're going to play inhale, we don't have to worry about them being delayed. the red sox first pitch, are they going to be dealing with some rain. >> jason brewer: i don't think so. playing baseball at fenway today. going to red sox organization they're trying to get their plans earned way. they're dealing with the heavy mist, heavy drizzle. the dry air also is coming in. and that will start to mix in throughout the afternoon. and that hopefully would help to abate this widespread heavy drizzle. it will be patchier this afternoon. in the low and middle 50s this afternoon. it's cloudy and school. let's look at future cast. not going to be concerned about any heavy rain. just spot showers, drizzle, as we get to the afternoon, even
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upper 50s and low 60s around the greater boston area today. and we'll keep it cool and cloudy on the cape as well. more straight ahead. >> heather: see you in a bit, jason. we want to continue to update on the breaking news happening overnight in yarmouth where two people were killed after a violent crash involving two cars. you can see from the video taken on the scene shortly after it happened that the cars were completely mangled. right here, this car on its roof. it happened just before 11:00 last night on buck island road. police say two people died a third person taken to cape cod island with serious injuries. part of buck island road had to be closed down for four hours while police investigated. right now no word on whether the rain or any other factors played a role in the crash. >> jason: well, he's been the heart of the red sox for 14en is and today david ortiz will make the final regular curtain call at fenway park. >> heather: part of it and the heart of it. today, we're celebrating big papi all over the city.
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and fox 25 stephanie coueignoux joins us live this morning from fenway park where sox fans have already come out this morning. you've talked to a couple of them, stephanie? >> reporter: yeah, some of drove, them flew. we spoke with a family that came in from texas for all of this. look behind me, police have already made themselves known here. because obviously this is going to be a huge crowd today as you can see a couple of folks a group of folks standing outside of saying thank you to number 34. because of these big crowds police officers are patrolling the area making sure that everyone is parking where they're supposed to be parking and making sure that everything runs smoothly. because, again, if yesterday's celebration is any indication, today's event are going to be star studded, emotional, and incredible. they are expecting a very big crowd today. so not only security is going to be tight.
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here. and because of that, the red sox are asking everyone to take public transportation to minimize the traffic jams in this area. and of course asking everyone to get here very early because, again, security will be tight. now, earlier this morning, i spoke with the very first fan who showed up, glen reynolds, he showed up at around 5:30 this morning to be part of this. he brought his home made sign here. and he told me that to him, ortiz is a hero both on and >> during the time we had the marathon, he really kind of got the city together. i mean, not what he said. but he really does help out the city a little bit. he's like an ambassador. we'll not see a ball player like that for a while.
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>> reporter: it's going to be a pretty special day here. for now, outside of fenway, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right, stephanie, thank you. a very special day. new this morning, one town looking to ban short term rentals companies like ab and b after a murder in a rental out there. heath was the owner rented out his needham road home for $1400 for the night for what he thought was going to be a college reunion party. it ended up drawing more than 100 people. now the herald is reporting the secure man of board of selectman is introducing a law that would ban rentals more than 30 days. so far no arrest in heath's murder. >> jason: yesterday a woman rolled over in bed moments
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that one simple action may have saved her from serious injury. the driver of a pick up lost control after he suffered a medical emergency. that truck went right through a brick wall and then clipped the corner of their dedham home. >> i was in the shower. it felt like a meteor hit the house. the whole house shook. my wife just rolleded over to the other side of the bed. >> jason: unbelievable, a up did of lucky breaks for that couple. they say the wall in front of before it got to house. the building inspector says the other half of the house is structurally fine and utilities including the gas line are on the other side. the owners will be able to stay there as the repairs are being made. a man caught on cameras setting a church on fire. coming up, the evidence that police found on that suspect when they showed up to his home. >> heather: and this is a really nice story. a local man finds a wedding ring lost in the mud for 26 years.
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the clues that help him get that ring back to his owner. >> jason brewer: i just posted my forecast the patriots today, damp and drizzly for the
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it was a day she'll never forget. married to her love 26 years ago. two weeks after she said i do, her ring was lost. until >> heather: lost for 26 years. but fox 25 christine mccarthy shows us how a stranger relentless search helped reunite that woman with that long lost wedding band ? ave maria ? >> reporter: october 20th, 1990 the happiest day of elaine fitzgerald's life marrying her beloved barry. >> i never forget it. i remember it like it was yesterday. >> reporter: exchanging rings
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14 karat band disappeared while playing softball in a braintree field. >> i was so heart broken. i was at work, happened to look down, oh my god, my ring. >> reporter: elaine got a new ring, but it wasn't the same. in 2005, barry died of a sudden heart attack, their lost ring long forgotten, until keith was metal detecting in the same field 26 years later. >> i got a hit, so i dug it up. was. >> reporter: he brought it hop, hoping to make a couple hundred dollars. >> got the mud off of it, and cleaned it up, saw the inscription, it says e-jane and barry, and 10/20/90. >> reporter: he spent hours online searching for the owner, typing the couples ears first name and date, until finally discovering the wedding video on the youtube account and contacting her. >> she contacted me within minutes and all you have to do
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she typed the exact phrase that was in the ring. i said, yup, it's yours. >> i just like screamed. oh my god, he found my wedding ring. >> reporter: emotional for keith too. a find more valuable than any other hit. >> i got the high of finding it in the ground. and the high of actually finding the person and being able to do good, you know, and do something nice for somebody. >> reporter: keith, who lives in weymouth, plans to return the ring to elaine in western mass. xt making new memories but plans to give the ring to her daughter as a memory of her dad. >> heather: what are odds that that woman would put her wedding individual on youtube. >> jason: if she hadn't done that, they wouldn't have connected. >> heather: what a good thing. a nice guy. a weather phenomenon in the
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sprites are considered to be such a rare sight. >> jason: trapped in water, struggling to stay afloat, fox
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surveillance video captured the moment a man set a church on fire. from thursday, a man dumped gasoline on the front door of that church and the then the doors go up in flames. police able to identify this man, though, they went to his home and still happened to be wearing the same clothes as in this video and smelled like smoke, if you might imagine. he was arrested and charged arson. >> jason: we know every second counts when it comes to sav time when flooding becomes a major concern with them. fox 25 blair miller went along with how dangerous their training can be. >> the weather is going to be an issue, when you're doing a real live rescue it's not a sunny, bright warm day. >> reporter: these firefighters from around the area together as one team facing the windshield, the chill, a and the rain.
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to mimic the conditions they might face in the weeks ahead, still in hurricane season. >> one of the up and coming dangers we face is urban flooding. so we train today to learn the obstacles and challenges to deal with urban flooding. >> reporter: they've been going over for days how to save someone caught in flooding waters. to see it first hand, cambridge firefighters invited in he to join them. needed help. >> give me first speed on the red. >> reporter: also working more advance scenarios, like this one, had me sitting in this boat taking on water. chelsea firefighter mike lee is above and hoisted down to pull me out. >> anything can happen at any given minute. so just had to keep a steady mind and focus on, you know, the job at hand, which was to rescue you at the time.
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prepare for now, when they answer someone's real call for help. >> they're getting trained personnel, that when they come, they know that this fire firemen, their e.m.s., they know what they're doing. >> reporter: had a bunch of firefighters out here this week and last week preparing for the real thing. in winthrop, blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: talking a lot about hurricane matthew and as we prepare for the winds and rains coming along with it, it is being credited also for these lights in the sky. these are called lightning sprites shot from puerto rico. sprites are usually weaks forms of energy directly over an active thunderstorm cloud. they only last a few milliseconds. very difficult to capture on camera. but, again, in puerto rico, they managed to capture these sprites. as far as we're concerned, there's drizzle here at least some breaks in the weather. and if we get through tomorrow,
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>> jason brewer: definitely. this one big storm system hanging out to our west, moving very slowly. hanging out. >> heather: hanging out. >> jason brewer: literally so just not moving along. and that's been a heavy rainmaker for southeastern mass. nantucket 3 inches, chatham 2, plymouth almost 2 inches of rain. bedford 2 inches of rain. lawrence, boston, checking in .75 inch. not breaking the drought. can't complain, get an inch of rain, step in th here's that lull. over the west now, near kentucky and tennessee now finally lifting north that's a good sign finally get caught back up and move over eastern canada and eventually over massachusetts and connecticut and tomorrow afternoon and that's going to bring us a new round of some rain. today, cloudy, drizzly this morning, 54 right now in boston. northeast winds around 12 miles per hour down a little bit from yesterday. not as breezy of a day, but still on the cloudy side
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morning. where temperatures are sitting at 60 on the cape. there's your worcester forecast. we're locked into the clouds. temperatures in the middle 50s at 2:00. staying there through 4:00. and to foxboro we go with the bills in town. damp and drizzly for the tailgate. through the afternoon, i do see improvement. dryer air overhead. as the daytime mixing we start to dry the atmosphere from the top down just a bit that could limit our drizzle chances into so we'll take that, anything we can get. upper 50s the highs today. rockport, ipswich, tops field, natick, woburn, boston. >> 60, 61, boston and dedham. overnight tonight, in the lower and middle 60s again as the clouds and fog and the drizzle sink in. we'll have to be watching on our morning drive tomorrow. then we go into monday afternoon. that's when our next best chance for scattered heavier showers moves in. i don't expect any heavier showers today or tomorrow
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out there. the seven-day forecast does take a turn for the dryer. and that's going to hold for most of the week. tuesday, low 50s in the morning. possibly some lingering fog and clouds and then the lower 60s in the afternoon. wednesday, brighter, nice, 40s in the morning. a little on the cool side but 60s in the afternoon. then next weekend, our next front on the way, that could mean a chance for some rain, but we'll worry about that later, right, back to you. >> jason: it's an issue plaguing smartphone use samsung batteries exploding and catching fire. they're not the only ones. coming up the one item that will keep high tech toys with the same batteries from bursting into flames. >> heather: really important stuff to know we all have smartphones. and it's a big day pour the sox and patriots. david ortiz saying good-bye for the regular reason but also tom brady sitting out the last day of his suspension. so coming up, big papi goes one-on-one with fox 25's butch stearns and talks about his
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>> reporter: it is the final sunday for david ortiz and for
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papi's last regular season game. brady's last game of his suspense. maybe they can high five each other on the way out and in. ortiz in the playoffs, just he and his teammates don't know if game one next thursday will be at fenway or cleveland. last night the sox tied the jays in the 8th when robert socks in mookie betts with the staying run. craig kimbrel even worse, a wild pitch, sends to third and ezekiel home with the 4 - 3 sox lose. david price versus sanchez. on saturday, a handful of lucky fans a chance to meet and greet with david ortiz on the big pop up shop on yawkey way. got the hans to talk one-on-one with papi, here's what he told me about his relationship with
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the people that know them as a person know that he's a great day. you don't have a be a football person to know from his leadership. >> reporter: lots of former teammates expected for to final papi send off at fenway. help support ortiz's foundation by purchasing a limited edition painting signed by ortiz and by artist peter mats. go to rocks foundation slash ortiz to learn more. 11:30 tonight, for sunday night sports wrap. >> jason: this weekend, a sneak peak into the documentary of the boston marathon bombings. >> them watching me accomplish things i haven't done before kind of heals everybody. >> jason: that was celeste, one of the survivors featured in the hbo documentary. including the try yums of survivors their families and
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on hbo next month. that will be powerful stuff. >> heather: so inspirational, doing so much, even trying things like pilates and yoga, despite what they've been through, a truly amazing mother and daughter team. we continue to update on news out of yarmouth this morning, two people killed in a violent crash between two cars of this morning we're working to get more information the latest on what happened at the top of the hour. >> jason brewer: it is cloudy, cool be and still air on the way straight ahead. >> jason: and this morning, a local landmark on plum island facing demolition, how a group of people living there are i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that
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ortiz prepares for the final regular season game. >> jason: donald trump lasted in a new report that says he may not have paid taxes in 18 years. the tax code trick that let the billionaire businessman avoid giving money. >> heather: plus a tragedy narrowly avoided when a car came crashing into a home. >> the whole house shook. >> heather: the simple move made by that man's wife that may have saved her life. >> complete new england coverage starts right now this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: happy sunday, everyone. i hope your weekend has been going well. thanks for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 9:00 a.m. on october 2nd. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law, good morning, thanks for joining us. jason brewer, i saw a few minutes ago, grabbed his coat and ran outside, he wanted to see exactly what we're dealing with out there. how did it look? jew. >> jason brewer: very tiny drop
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afternoon time, patchier, start to move a corner. dry air coming in up top. as the sun air is up, we start to mix the dry air into the forecast. temperatures in the lower middle 40s, school, cloudy, going to stay locked in to the clouds here on future cast. no sun today, but no threat for heavier rain either. spotty light shower, drizzle through the morning, and during the afternoon. not much there on the radar imagery going forward. just a dry an upper 50s, low 60s. that's going to be the rule for the day today. so quite cool for this time of the year. you'll see that around the area, middle 60s on the cape. we do have a round of more rain coming in. i've got a timeline on that in just a minute. >> jason: developing this morning, two people are dead after a violent crash between two cars. one of those cars completely mangled. police say this happened just before 11:00 last night on buck island road. two people died at the scene, a
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suffering serious injuries. buck island road we're told is back open for traffic this morning. so far no word if weather or any other factors contributed to that crash. he's been the heart of the red sox for 14 seasons, three world championships and bona fide yankee killer. this morning, he'll make the final regular season curtain call at fenway park. >> heather: there have been 34 tributes all over the city on billboards but today one celebration for big papi and stephanie coueignoux is live for us at fenway park this morning where the sox have dedicated their weekend to big papi. big papi all the time today, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, people are starting to show up and red sox fans are nothing, if not prepared. taking a look behind me, you can see a group of people, they have their ponchos on, their umbrellas because, again, it's been drizzling but that hasn't prevented them from showing up.
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30 minutes now open for people starting to check in there possibly if there's an extra ticket. i did check online, there are a couple of tickets that probably going to cost you just a little bit. but, again, this is a huge celebration here in boston because david ortiz of course very much beloved. yesterdaying during yesterday's celebration, the patriots, the bruins, they kind of paid tribute. they sent two former players here to fenway. current roster show up. it's not just in the boston sports world where david ortiz made his impact. three survivors from the boston marathon bombings were also at yesterday's pregame celebration, as well as pete freites who of course is the inspiration behind the ice bucket challenge. he also took the field. all of this really just showed just how beloved david ortiz is in the boston community. but not just boston that's rallying around him.
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family who flew in from san antonio texas. and i have to say red sox fans you're going to love this, when i was asking them how big this was, they managed to celebrate big papi while throwing a little bit of shade at the yankees. >> we were here for jeter's last game. but that's nothing compared to the way it is now. it's papi's last game. this is a day we'll be telling our grandchildren about. >> reporter: yeah,t absolutely. they said, they they were here earlier hoping to get batting practice tickets. they may have been successful because i haven't seen them in the last 30 minutes. the vibe is starting to pick up. we've already seen police going out and about, speaking with drivers here because again we're expecting a huge crowd coming up in 30 minutes how to avoid all of those headaches. in fenway, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: a big crowd in foxboro as well. for week four, the pats host the
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we still don't know who is going to be taking snaps we're not going to find out until pregame warm ups, according to adam shepper this weekend, it's going to come down to how jimmy garoppolo's shoulder feels and how jacoby brissett thumb feels. garoppolo did reports wednesday, and said his arm and shoulder are feeling better. >> heather: a state review under review now after that official inappropriately used the emergency lights and sirens on his state vehicle. michael of recreation, was already in hot water because earlier this year both he and the dcr commissioner were placed on unpaid leave for using taxpayer resources at a party at the boston home of a gop committee member. the states spokesperson says lights and sirens on state vehicles should be used for emergency purposes only. >> jason: this morning, donald trump's campaign is responding to a new report from "the new york times" that shows he may
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declared a $916 million loss on his income in 1995. tax experts cited by the paper say trump could've used that loss to cancel out the same amount of taxable income for 18 years. essentially trump could make $916 million and never owe a penny in taxes. based on three pages of tax return documents someone e-mailed last statement last night, saying "the times" illegally obtain his those documents and applied a misleading spin. part of that message, mr. trump is highly businessman, who has a fiduciary responsibility to his, his family and employees to pay no more tax than legally required. trump's refusal to publicly releases tax returns has been a key line of attack for hillary clinton's campaign and her campaign was swift with its response this weekend sending
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it is, this bomb shell report reveals the colossal nature of donald trump's past business failures he apparently got to avoid paying taxes nearly two decades while tens of millions of working families paid theirs. he calls that smart. >> heather: trump delivered a speech in pennsylvania attacking everything from hillary clinton's public record to her physical and mental health. even her opinion of bernie sanders's supporters. trump referenced a newly leaked audiotape to one of clinton's fund-raisers where supporters as quote, living in their parents basements and trapped in dead end careers. clinton says the remark was taken out of context. then there's this, take a look at this picture, it shows barbara bush pierce, that's the daughter of george h.w. bush, posing with long time clinton aid, huma adedin. posted this shot to twitter last night with the caption we're with her.
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pretty far outside of the 2016 presidential race so far. but recent reports do suggest that george h.w. bush is supporting clinton during this election. meantime, the republican and democrat vice-presidential nominees gearing up for their debate. indiana governor mike pence and virginia senator tim kaine will be facing off this tuesday night. and then next sunday, trump and clinton will face off for the second presidential debate. that's a week from point. you ca here on fox 25. >> jason: this weekend, a six-year-old boy who was hurt during a school shooting in south carolina has died. jacob hall and two others were hit during wednesday's shooting at an elementary school. jacob dired at the hospital on saturday. his mom and family gathered to remember the little boy taken way too soon. >> jacob was an angel brought to this earth to show love, to show kindness, to show forgiveness. he's in heaven tonight, looking down at us, and he's asking his
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just like he would have. >> jason: the other two victims a teacher and another student released from the hospital the day of the shooting. investigators say the shooter is a 14-year-old who killed his father at home before coming to school. right now facing one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder charges but that will change. >> heather: police say they do not believe gang violence is a reason for the fights erupted in brockton high school on thursday and friday, eight fights and eight say weapons weren't used during any of the fights. now brockton's mayor is addressing parents concerns. >> we will not allow the miss conduct of a handful of students to disrupt the learning of over 99% of the students who are there to take advantage of all of the opportunities of brockton high school. >> heather: police say most of the fights were isolated. leader aren't sure what caused the violence but do think it might have had something to do
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getting is certainly welcome after the extreme drought conditions we experienced over the summer. for brockton drivers it was a rough 24 hours yesterday. fox 25 erica ricci reports this morning, when the skies opened up, yesterday it was as if many were getting behind the wheel for the first time. >> reporter: it was the first real rain fall we've had in months and when it fell yesterday, drivers in brockton acted like it. there were 29 crashes in 24 say were weather related. fernando pinto witnessed one of them on main street as a pick up tried to pass a car illegally. he says the slick streets definitely played a role. >> swiped him on the left side, lost control of the pavement was wet. swerved to the incoming lane the opposite lane and hit a minivan straight facing. >> reporter: the driver who caused that crash outside of the spot lounge around 6:30 p.m. was charged with drunk driving and operating without a license is.
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accident was likely compounded by the weather. >> he kind of swiped him, he kind of -- like a ping-pong -- like two billiard balls. he swerved out -- and, of course, pavement being wet contributed to it. >> reporter: here at intersection of center and north quincy streets around 11:30 last night as officers were responding to a fender bender caused by the rain, another collision occurred between two drivers distracted by that accident who couldn't stop because of the wet roads. on lyman street nea brie still litters the sidewalk. >> i heard smash. >> reporter: the pieces fell from the black car and the white one in back of it when the gold sedan rammed into the cars and smashed into the fence. >> when we went outside, the car was like smoking on the cement wall. >> every time that the weather is bad there's always a lot of accidents. >> reporter: some of yesterday's accidents sent drivers and passengers to the hospital. ly but most of the injuries are minor. in brockton, erica ricci fox 25
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brothers who fought in world war ii, a whole group of then, is getting a special thanks. coming up, how their hometown is honoring their service and remembering the family's sacrifice. >> jason: also this sunday, exploding cell phones to exploding hoverboards, next fox 25 digs into the malfunction that causes things like this. >> jason brewer: a break in the
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batteries. the one item that keeps them exploding into flames all the time is not exactly the fire wall that you might expect. >> reporter: call it a hack. >> going to smoke and then burn. >> reporter: it happens so quickly. engineer wentworth professor adam carpenter is showing you what happens on inside of a phone just before it burst into flames. to do that, he's forcing the short circuit of a double a battery. just like the battery in a smartphone, there's a positive side and negative side. if t >> poof, there's your fire. >> reporter: the battery inside of many of your electronic devices is much stronger. it's called a lithium ion battery and it looks like this. >> inside we have what's called a separator, a piece of plastic that keeps these two sections completely separate. >> reporter: when that thin piece of plastic breaks down, the chemicals on either side react. >> as you've seen, these are really disruptive when they explode. >> reporter: carpenter says there are two reasons when that
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recall, it's a manufacturing error. in the case of hoverboard, it's likely that the toy has been banged around, cracking the battery's separator. carpenters says scientists are always working to make batteries more powerful. >> everybody wants their battery to last longer and charge faster. >> reporter: scientists are constantly tinkering with strong chemicals using dozens of items we use every day. >> as things are getting more compressed and more concentrated, we're more likely to have these kind of >> reporter: carpenter says the best advice if you have a cell phone that is hot and hurts to hold it, set it down and step away, there is a chance it could explode. elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> jason: today the u.s. could begin evacuating several people living and working at the guantanamo bay base. they will take them from the base in cuba to much safer places in florida. no plans to evacuate any
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parts of cuba, haiti and jamaica are under hurricane warning, as matthew, the most powerful hurricane in recent history, heads right toward them. jason brewer is here right now, this thing is massive. >> jason brewer: a big hurricane, a major hurricane as it comes through some of the caribbean islands. let me show you the big picture. and it is a big storm. there you see the outer bands of the hurca hundred miles out from either side of the eye. until you can get tropical storm force wind damage in those locations as well. there are the current stats, moving to the northwest, it has taken a turn overnight. that's a good sign if we want to keep this thing away from the u.s. in the meantime in the near future, not good. right now the worse of this looks to stay east of jamaica. the blunt of the storm
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into haiti. here we get to bahamas, wednesday, thursday, off of the florida coast somewhere over the atlantic on friday. at that time, we have to start watching this thing very carefully going to be steering currents that are going to be influencing this. let me show you our computer forecast models. see this large spread out here, this is friday evening. we have a front coming in from the west that may go ahead and kick this thing out to the east. different model runs that are showing different solutions of the timing this far out, jus but this high pressure center also may stay locked in to our east and help to steer it closer to new england. lots to keep track of. plenty of time to monitor. meantime, here's low pressure back over the midwest, this is the reason why we're so unsettled and rainy and gray lately. that thing is finally on the move. we're going to start to see some improvement around here slowly. today, it's 54. in boston, cloudy, the morning hours are still drizzly. and it's going to stay cloudy all day.
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today. but i do think with the dryer air that has appeared above, we could be mixing in some dry air to the forecast. and we're getting rid of any heavy rain threat and start to see the drizzle become patchier. and not so widespread as we've seen. cloudy, breeze out of the northeast 5 to 10. not as breezy as yesterday. our 3:05 temp of 60 degrees. look here, afternoon highs what you see is w we've been in upper 40s this morning in worcester. today, only climbing into the middle 50s there. woburn natick, upper 50s. gillette, a damp tailgate hopefully the afternoon does pan out to be a bit dryer, and less drizzly. lower 50s overnight tonight. and clouds returning. there's the low finally eastward as it comes over the top of us
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scattered showers developing. and that will keep an eye on until sunset. by tuesday, clear things up. brighten that up tuesday afternoon. especially wednesday, looks nice. cool mornings and cool afternoons at least for this time of the year. next weekend, that front is on the way, could be looking at tropical moisture. that's why i added that low rain chance for now. >> jason: saving a local landmark from the wrecking ball. >> it's what gives the place, ca. and when we tear it gone. >> jason: coming up this morning, the fight to keep the pink house in newburyport standing. >> heather: plus a horrifying crash caught on camera, a woman pumping gas is run over by a pickup truck. pumping gas is run over by a pickup truck. coming up, what in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, pumping gas is run over by a pickup truck. coming up, what protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks
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world war ii, they felt it was their duty. the city dedicated a street corner in their old neighborhood yesterday at the interaction of lancaster and fouler streets. francis trubiano who is the son of lou says his father and uncle felt joining the military was the right thing. he sees the dedication as a reminder of their entire family's sacrifice. >> i hope my kids come visit it, hope they bring their kids to come visit it and i hope they bring their kids to come visit and how the whole country pulled together. >> heather: nearly 80 members of the extended trubiano family were there yesterday on hand for the dedication, some coming as far as las vegas, the family. >> jason: a horrifying experience for a woman just getting gas in north carolina. you can see the truck slams into her car sending her across the parking lot and her to the pavement. investigators asked us not to
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over the defendless woman amazingly the woman's sister says she wasn't hurt and going to make a full recovery. >> it's a miracle, actually. the only thing she can remember is being on the ground and those wheels coming at her. huge wheels, she says. >> jason: as for that driver, police say he was under the influence of pain medication and didn't even know what was going on. two witnesses say he had to keep him police to get there. >> jason: right now, it's cloudy, and drizzly, the mass. 5k getting underway. >> reporter: it's a bittersweet day for boston as david ortiz gears up to play his final regular season game.
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. complete new england news coverage begins right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: welcome back. good morning. we want to take you to live look at fenway park. a lot this weekend, it's great. thank you big papi. 3:05 is the first pitch. a big crowd out there already, but the big question, how is the weather? >> heather: will the rain hold overcast sky there. good morning, everybody again. fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer in the weather center. he says it won't be dry for the first pitch. but not all lost, we'll still have a game today. >> jason brewer: we'll definitely be playing baseball. i think that patchy drizzle will certainly be there. although, i do see the improvement come out for the afternoon. we have dry air finally taking over above our heads. some of that will mix in to the drizzle and kind of dry it up in
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overcast, low and middle 50s, damp, dreary, drizzly. future cast no threat for heavier showers today. but we'll be dealing with the clouds all day long. continue to see a breeze about 5 to 15 miles an hour out of the middle east, that threat becoming patchy in the afternoon. not quite as steady as it has been. afternoon highs kind of what you see what you get. cloudies, 50s, cape, 50s back to the north and west. another with a round of showers coming up. >> heather: check in with you a bit, jason. developing this morning, two people are dead after a violent crash involving two cars. you can see from this video, one of the cars is completely mangled. one of them on its roof. it happened just before 11:00 last night on buck island road. police say two people died at the scene. a third had to be rushed to cape cod hospital with serious injuries. part of buck island road had to be closed for four hours while police investigated. still no word right now on whether rain or or any other
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crash. >> jason: such a big sports day here in new england. we'll go back out to fenway park. the heart of the red sox for 14 seasons and today david ortiz will make his final regular season curtain call at fenway park. >> heather: big papi has everyone talking this weekend and the city has spent the weekend celebrating him with tributes all over. one final celebration today for number 34. stephanie coueignoux is live for us at fenway. even though the game doesn't happen for a matter of hours, behind you right there. >> reporter: yeah, the crowd is growing. i have to tell you, vendors have now shown up. i wish the smell vision, because the smell of sausage in the air, it's only 9:30 and i'm thinking about lunch. take a look behind me, a lot of fans showing up, you can see the barricades now been put in place. but, again, still hours away. but this crowd already starting to build because this a special day. everyone wants to say thank you
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was any indication, today's events, it's going to be star studded, it's going to be incredible, it's going to be emotional. we are expecting a massive crowd today. red sox because of that, asking everyone, if you can, just take public transportation, we have already started seeing police officers waving people away who have been trying to park in areas where they can't. and they're also asking fans to get here incredibly early because, again, the security as well is very tight. now, earlier, i caught up with the very first fan who showed up. glen reynolds showed up at 5:30 this morning with his home made sign. he wanted to be part of this all, he said, because to him david ortiz is a hero both on and off the field. >> during the time we had the marathon, he really kind of got the city together, i mean not what he said, but he really does help out the city a little bit. he's like an ambassador. we'll not see a ball player like that for a while. he's one that -- he's the
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he can get that hit. hey, you can get at first base, you get those home runs, when he gets them, take them over the field and that's it. >> reporter: i been speaking with fans all morning long. a fan came in actually from san antonio texas to watch this very special event. so, again, the crowds, you can see the smiles, you can feel the energy in the air air, this is going to be a very special day, a bittersweet day but very special day. fox 25 news. >> heather: one company looking to ban short term rental companies now like air b and b. this following a murder that happened in a mansion that was renned out for a party. kay vonheath was shot to death while attending that party at a home in lynnfield back in may. the owner had rented out his needham road home for $1400 for the night for what he thought was supposed to be a college reunion party. it ended up for more than 100
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now the board of selectman introduced this legislature to ban rentals more than 30 days. so far police haven't made an arrest in heath's murder. >> jason: saturday a woman rolled over the bed moments before a truck crashed into the wall of her bedroom. that may have saved her from any serious injuries. the driver lost control of that pick up after suffering a medical emergency. the truck went through a brick wall and clipped the corner of their dedham home. felt like a meet tee your hit it. the whole house shook. my wife just rolled over on the other side of the bed when the bureau and all of that glass fell on top of the bed. >> jason: the brick wall in front of the house, actually slowed the truck down before it hit the house. the other good news, the building inspector says the other half of the house is structurally fine and that the utilities, including the gas line on the other side. the owners will be able to stay there as repairs are being made.
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softball on a braintree field. >> i was so-so heart broken, i was at work, i happened to look down oh no my ring. >> reporter: in twelve, barry died of a sudden heart attack, their lost ring long forgotten until a week and a half when keith was metal detecting in the same field 26 years later. >> i got a hit, so i dug it up, as soon as i pulled the plug open, there it was. >> reporter: keith brought it home, thinking he'd make a couple >> got the mud off and cleaned it up, i saw the inscription, it says elaine and barry. 10/20/1990. >> reporter: he spent hours online searching for the couple's first names and date, until finally discovering the wedding video on her youtube account and contacting her with a facebook message. she contacted me within minutes and all you have to do is tell me what's inside she typed the
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ring. i said, yup, it's yours. >> i just screamed, oh my god, i found my wedding ring. >> reporter: emotional for keith too. >> the high of find it is it in the ground be and the high 6 finding the person and being able to do good and do something nice for somebody. >> reporter: keith, who lives in weymouth, plans to return the ring to elaine in western mass. next week. elaine is now engaged to be married planning to make new memories but plans t ring to her daughter in memory of her dad. i'm christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. >> heather: imagine to have it all back after all of that time. >> jason: thanks to yook and new technology. >> heather: ahead of hurricane matthew, we'll tell you why the so called lightning strikes are considered to be such a rare sign. >> jason: years of neglect taken its toll but to locals this little pink house is something special still. >> little kids come up to us and say it's their dream house,
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>> jason: this weekend, people living on plum island are thinking pink and fighting to save what they call a local treasure. the so called pink house will be
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down building. christine tells us the house has been a source of a local legend. >> when i drive by that little house, it's one of the things that makes the area so special and so unique. >> reporter: the locals call it the pink house and for decades, it stood vague cant and blinded near the great marsh in newbury, until the park river and national and wildlife refuge bought it in 2012 and now they're not sure what to do other than demolish. the refuge says the cost t of weather and neglect would be huge. >> little kids come up to us and say it's their dream house, artists love it. and it just really is special to everyone. >> reporter: they started to support the pink house, aimed at saving it from the wrecking ball. but the refuge under the u.s. federal fish and wildlife department only given them a year to come up with a purpose and research.
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out of spite in 1925 by a man divorcing his wife and changed hands a few times since then. and for ken richardson. >> there's no mystery around it, as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: the households a little less romance, he's lived across the street from it all of his life. >> we were all friends. and hang out there over there but. >> reporter: but his painter wife, marlene. >> this one unique. >> reporter: has used it as an inspiration for her >> reporter: reporting on fox 25 news, i'm crystal haynes. >> jason: they held a meeting last week to get an idea on how to save the house. also a petition to going around to save the building. gotten nearly 2,000 signatures already. >> heather: as many of us bracing for the winds and the rain coming from hurricane matthew, also being credited with an unusual sight in the sky. these are called lightning
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energies directly over an active thunderstorm cloud. they only last a few milliseconds and difficult to capture on camera. one small silver lining to this hurricane. obviously, it can wreak a lot of havoc, but that's a nice sight to see. >> jason: clear skies we don't have any of that today. >> heather: none of that today or tomorrow but there is some relief in sight. >> jason brewer: as the lull gets hours to do that. but right now over the midwest. that's the main reason it started with the gloomy forecast. we did have much needed rain. the difference i'm seeing today, dry air coming in as that low has moved its position up to the north and east a little bit. that black color you're seeing right over southern new england is indicating some dryer air above the thick clouds. and so as that dryer air starts to mix in during the afternoon. i'm hopeful that we'll limit
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or even dry at times this afternoon. 54 in boston, 60 hyannis, 50 degrees worcester. so a cool raw morning. damp and drizzly for the tailgate at gillette today. drizzle at 2:00. 5:00 p.m., cloudy and staying cool right around 60 degrees, all we're going to do in most spots. that's my number, 3:05 at fenway. cloudy skies, not as breezy as yesterday. not as let's go over to plymouth county, lower 60s here, 65 new bedford, barnstable, chatham, low to middle 60s over to the vineyard. and overnight tonight, back to the low and middle 50s once again, winds light, could allow denser fog set in. drizzle and lower clouds to start our monday. on monday afternoon, a little peak of sun, a little bit of warmth and wouldn't you know it, that's enough to spark a few pop
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favoring the inland areas for tomorrow afternoon and tuesday, we start to dry right back out again as that big low i show you finally kicks off to the east and goes away for the rest of the week. then we get into brighter skies especially wednesday. and then next weekend, we watch matthew's moisture and a new front arriving with a possible rain chance. but that's a ways away. we have a lot to watch with that. >> jason: a england sports, david ortiz says good-bye to fenway park, and tom brady sits out the last day of
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>> reporter: hi everybody, butch stearns, sports first sunday morning. it is the final sunday for david ortiz and for tom brady. papi's last regular season game. brady's last game of his suspension, maybe they can high five each other on the way out and in. david ortiz teammates and him don't know whether the next game
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yesterday, craig kimbrel throws a wild pitch to send dalton to pitch runner to third and ezekiel sends him home. the sox lose. david price against sanchez at fenway today. on saturday, a handful of lucky hands won the chance to meet and greet with yawkey way. also got the chance to talk one-on-one with papi. here's what he told me about his relationship with tom brady. >> tom brady is a special man. you know, like, on the football field, and the people that know them as a person, know he's a great guy. you don't have to be just a football player to get to learn from his leadership. >> reporter: lots of david ortiz former teammates expected from today's 2:00 final papi accepted
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foundation by purchasing one of these limited edition paintings signed by ortiz and by artist peter mats. go to red sox foundation.org/ortiz to learn more. have a great thursday, everybody. >> jason: this weekend we get a sneak peak into a new documentory on the boston marathon bombings. >> them watching me accomplish kind of heels everybody. >> jason: it's going to have amazing stuff, recount from survivors, police officers involved. going to detail the attack itself and the weeks after, including of course the struggles and triumphs of all of the survivors and families and first responders premieres on hbo on november 21st. >> heather: i think that was celeste cork cronwho core ran. who is a double amputee.
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know the stories out of that. >> heather: so many stories. survivors no word on what they've been through and some of the strongest people i've had the pleasure of interviewing. let's talk about the weather. finally going to see the sun again. forget what it looks like. >> jason brewer: it's broken. we've got to get our toolbox out and figure this thing out. >> jason: tuesday, is that where we see the sun, is it tuesday? >> jason brewer: yeah, and least the catch, tomorrow any sun we get will only lead to clouds popping up in the afternoon with popping up tomorrow afternoon. nothing heavy today. headed to gillette or fenway, that patchy drizzle through 1:00, 2:00, and i do think the dryer air up top will give us some hope of breaking up the steady heavier drizzle at least for a few hours this afternoon. >> jason: yeah. >> jason brewer: tough out there. >> heather: hopefully get the toolbox out fast. and hopefully because we need in sunshine. >> jason: no 6 p.m. news for us
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