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and that launched this manhunt. >> christa: all right. so things are developing very rapidly in this case. thank you so much for joining us for 7 news at noon. >> sarah: there are huge developments on the bombings this afternoon. let's get out to dan hausle. he is live in new york city for us with the very latest. dan? >> reporter: well, this is where a key element in the investigation happened where that pressure-cooker device was found. right here on the sidewalk an event that eventually led to his capture. ly. 's show you that video from new jersey within the hour. it shows rahami apparently, injured in the shoot-out. you can see him being carried off on the stretcher. his arm wrapped in a bandage after his confrontation with police. one witness account says the police car pulled up on him. he turned and fired six shots. there are reports that one or two officers may have been
and arrest of rahami. the suspect is sa new jersey resident. from afghanistan. he became a u.s. citizen. the f.b.i. put out his picture, asking for the public's help finding him and calling rahami armed and dangerous. he was found and captured within hours. witnesses describing the confrontation. >> just happened to be checking out facebook at the time. and i saw the video of him running by. and then all of a sudden, shots fired. you know, then we come right now. >> what did it sound like? >> it just sounded like, you know, pop, pop, pop. you know what i mean? >> reporter: the capture happened in linden, new jersey. the neighboring town to elizabeth, new jersey. that is where the f.b.i. raided an apartment looking for are hami this morning. the same time... town where a bag of pipe bombs was found overnight. president obama is here in new york for u.n. meetings and
investigators were making today's arrest. >> you know, at moments like this, i think it is important to remember what terrorists and violent extremists are trying to do. they are trying to hurt innocent people, but they also want to inspire fear in all of us. and disrupt the way we live. to undermine our values. and so even as we have to be vigilant and aggressive, both in preventing senseless acts sure that we find those who carry out such acts and bring them to justice,... >> reporter: president obama crediting the work of investigators. in a matter of hours after the bomb went off in chelsea saturday night, 29 people injured, by the flying shrapnel. all of them already out of the hospital. that bomb said to be similar to the pressure-cooker with a phone taped to it found here just a few blocks away.
type device that apparently looks like the bomb that went off a few blocks away from here. you've got pipe bombs found in a bag overnight in new jersey. and a pipe bomb that went off earlier saturday morning outside a charity run. possibly avoiding injury simply because that race went off late. all of it believed connected to this suspect caught within the hour and possibly connected to as many as five people who were taken into custody overnight after a traffic stop no word on whether any of those suspects have been actually arrested or charged. this investigation moving quickly. coming to these developments less than 48 hours after the bombs went off here in new york. we are live in new york city, dan hausle, 7 news. >> sarah: thanks, dan. massachusetts state police have released a statement that reads in part, "massachusetts state police have checked identification information for ahmad khan rahami, a person of interest and the man had tan
systems to. this point, no nexus between ahmad khan rahami and the state of massachusetts has been found." >> christa: however, for many the bombs set off in new jersey and new york are bringing back memories of the boston marathon bombing. investigators say there are similarities between the attacks. here is victoria warren with that part of the story. >> reporter: on new york city streets, an explosion. then a second device found made from wires and a pressure-cooker. >> well, it sounds, you know, hauntingly reminiscent of the boston marathon bombings in 2013. >> they are looking at improvised explosives. the discussion seems to be about pressure-cookers. it brings back a lot ofive is id memories of the boston marathon. >> i can tell you they are doing the same things that we did following the marathon. they are looking at all the evidence. >> reporter: both the former head of the state police and the former boston police commissioner say new york city
and a massive crime scene, especially given the nature of how pressure-cooker bombs explode. >> they will be collecting every piece of evidence they can locate on the streets. we found it in boston on building pops, you know, on adjacent streetways. >> reporter: one in big difference: in new york, they have a bomb that didn't go off. that could hold vital clues. just like in boston, surveillance cameras are everywhere. >> the biggest break came from quite frankly, it is the most important piece, this digital evidence that we can access now is the single most important piece of evidence. >> reporter: some similar dis. but also some very important differences. here in boston at the finish line, three people were killed by the bombings and more than 200 people injured. in boston, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: now to the race for the white house. hillary clinton and donald
prove they are fit to deal with a terror threat. donald trump used the weekend bombings and stabbing attack to separate himself. tweeting the failed obama-hillary clinton policies won't keep us safe. hillary clinton also reacted to the attacks from the weekend. >> obviously, we need to do everything we can to support our first responders. also to pray for the victims. we have to let the investigation unfold. >> sarah: safety may become a focus for the candidates this weekend. clinton running mate tim kaine says trump's latest call for a secret service agents protecting clinton to disarm is part of the dangerous rhetoric coming from the republican nominee. >> i do believe it is at a minimum, an expression of indifference to whether violence would occur. >> sarah: trump is now shying away from previous birther movement comments with his
>> donald trump has been focusing on issues the american people really care about. he brought that issue to an end. >> reporter: new polls shows donald trump has a definite edge over hillary clinton with young voters. stay with 7 news for continuing coverage of the bombings in new york city and new jersey. both on-line and on the air. >> christa: more breaking news right now. a jetblue flight diverted to logan airport after it was apparently hit by lightning. >> sarah: kris anderson live with the breaking details. kris, what do you know? >>s: flight took offer from new york city this morning. bound for bermuda. when two situations developed with that flight up in the air. the first, there was a noncritical equipment issue onboard that flight. that forced the pilot to reroute the plane and head toward boston. apparently, while the plane was headed toward boston, there was a lightning strike. now, jetblue says that the landing in boston is totally unrelated to that lightning strike. it was actually headed toward logan when this apparently
9:44 this morning. all of the passengers got off the plane. no one was injured. they are now senning maintenance crews out to inspect the plane to determine if, indeed, it was a lightning strike while it was en route back tos with. again, the plane was headed toward bermuda when it had a noncritical equipment issue onboard. that prompted the pilot to reroute the plans back here to boston. we had an announcement a few minutes ago now. a final call for people to board that flight, flight 1731 to bermuda that originated at j.f.k. airport in new york. it looks like those passengers will be arriving in bermuda sometime soon. that flight should be leaving here at any moment at logan. >> christa: all right, thank you. also at noon, the man police say was at the wheel in this fatal crash into the sweet tomatoes restaurant in newton called to court. two people were killed. 7 others injured. in that crash. back in march. let's go live to jennifer eagan with the latest on what
>> reporter: christa, no explanation given in court as to why this driver went through the intersection and slammed into that sweet tomatoes. his lawyer indicated that a medical condition could be to blame. prosecutors said that was not the case. bradford castler walked with a limp into middlesex superior court. the 55-year-old accused of driving through an intersection in newton and crashing into a sweet tomatoes a >> one witness described the vehicle, the defendant's vehicle as if accelerating with an engine f revving at its highest rpm's. report t people inside had no warning, prosecutors say. a 32-year-old and 57-year-old were killed. 7 others were injured. >> no witness at the scene observed the defendant's brake lights illuminate or the sound of the car... the horn on his
client was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 27 years ago. castler who is from newton, pleaded not guilty. >> he has nothing but sadness and sorrow for the harm that was caused to the victims, the victim's family, and that community in newton. >> reporter: prosecutors said in court castler was not suffering a medical episode at the time of the crash. they added castler's car was inspected after the incident. >> mr. castler's vehicle was fully functioning at the time that would include the braking system, fully functioning. as well as the accelerator on the vehicle, fully and appropriately functioning. >> reporter: castler walked out of the courthouse after his arraignment. his one condition for release: that he not operate a vehicle. live in woburn, 7 news. >> christa: the patriots dealing with some serious issues. fat quarterback position today. the pats improving the 20-0 with a win yesterday over the dolphins. it was bitter sweet.
he is hurt. and he has been ruled out for thursday's game against houston with a shoulder injury. >> sarah: now the pats will have to rely on their third-string quarterback for at least this week. byron barnett has more. byron? >> reporter: yeah. you know, just when patriots fans thought they could start to relax, they are now back to crossing their fingers and holding their breath as the team gets ready to put an untested rookie in the quarterback driver's seat. >> garoppolo was so tom brady-like. like a dream come true. jimmy garoppolo having the game of his life. throwing three touchdown passes on the patriots' first three drives. giving the pats a commanding 21-0 lead over the dolphins. then the dream turned into a nightmare. >> he is feeling that one. in the second quarter, jimmy g took a bad hit that injured his right shoulder and knocked him out of the game. >> it is very tough. i know jimmy has worked so hard to get himself ready to
great position to seetz his moment fbs. >> reporter: rookie jacoby brissett was the next man up. he completed six of nine passes for 9 yards and helped the pats hang on for a 31-24 win. >> obviously, we have to get better. we did a great job on all phases of the game. >> jacoby came. in he handled it like a pro. he was poised in the huddle. >> reporter: brissett will make the start on thursday when the patriots take on the tes. and go out there and do my job. >> reporter: patriots fans who have grown used to quarterback ups and downs say they have faith in the third-string rookie. >> with belichick coaching, you know, he will do his job. i think we will do well. >> i do have faith in him. if he gets like this weekend, he has three days before the game, if he gets some rest and stuff like that, he could be all right. >> reporter: and the fans here say they are downing on the bill belichick system to pull the team through.
gillette stadium, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> christa: count on 7 news for continuing coverage of the patriots story. we will have updates on air and on-line. >> sarah: coming up at noon, a driver in china taking a wrong turn. his car winding up on the roof of a house. >> reporter: all right. tracking some beneficial rain. we haven't seen a lot of water. what to expect ahead this afternoon coming up. >> christa: breaking news right now. a suspect in the bombings in new york and new jersey arrested taken into custody after a shoot-out with police officers in linden, new jersey. a news conference set for 12:30. we will keep you
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west of boston, there will be some spotty showers out there. look at this. we are also picking up three inches of rain in royalston. jaffrey, new hampshire, close to three inches as well. beneficial stuff. i mean, right over parts of the area that have had the extreme drought. even worcester, just close to two inches of rain. just under it there, pepperell an inch and a third. lunenburg coming in about ann an inch and a third as well. pouft, new hampshire, an inch of water. kind of skipped over the heaviest rain from north of boston now south of boston. boston area and down through the south shore saying, hey, where is my downpour? you know, we could use some rain. overall, though, we will have two areas that tend to be jackpot areas. one mere the massachusetts-new hampshire border. and one near the south coast of new england. we have a flood advisory in place near buzzards bay. up through southern portions of plymouth county and bristol county until 1:00 p.m. then the secondary flood advisory across parts of the cape. essentially, close to hyannis.
worked in and a lot of towns in and around the buzzards bay area, falmouth, and barnstable, up into plymouth have quickly picked up on some rain the last hour or. two even some spots, when you start getting underneath these reds, showing indication of rain rates, one to two inches per hour. you can quickly pick up half an inch of rain when that comes on through. we have seen that. mainly down pinned to the coastline. now, you work your way up route 3. up 24 into boston. a gentle light rain right now. some light rain still steady into worer right along the south coast. although we are starting to see this blossom up a little bit back into central connecticut. that is going to keep some shower chances going. in boston. and up through the merrimack valley. at least into the late afternoon hours. again, not consistently heavy rain. once in a while, there may be an embedded downpour in that. we go through overnight tonight into tomorrow. we start to dry it out. although a couple of lingering showers likely around southeastern massachusetts overnight tonight and early tomorrow. by the afternoon, getting back to partly sunny skies.
mid-70's. not overly impressive in terms of the warmth. but how about the humidity? soupy air mass in place. dew points running into the low 70's. we kick this front offshore. fbs in its wake, we return to dry weather. that will linger through midweek. lower humidity wednesday and thursday. fall-like feel. not quite. until the weekend, yes. officially fall on thursday. it will feel like it over the weekend. guys? >> christa: just ahead, breaking news. a suspect arrested in those and new jersey after a shoot-out. we will have the latest. narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts.
>> christa: some of the stars getting their hands on the golden trophy for the very first time. >> sarah: for many others, a repeat performance and a return to glory. report tt very first thing emmy host jimmy kimmel did was hand a trophy to jeffrey tambor. it was official less than an hour later. tambor won his second straight emmy. >> please give transgender talent a chance. give them auditions. give them their story. roth history was made as julia louis dreyfuss won her fifth
the to my father william louis dreyfuss who passed away on friday, and i'm so glad that he liked me... he liked veep, because his opinion was the one that really matters. >> the people vs. o.j. simpson. >> reporter: the night's big winner was the people vs. o.j. simpson. >> now, the responsibility of playing a real person is an enormous one. you want to get it rht >> reporter: there were two shake-ups in the lead acting categories for drama. the orphan star won best actress for the first time. >> i feel so lucky to be on a show that puts women at the center. >> please tell me you are seeing this, too. >> reporter: and for best actor, the first-time nominee won for his performance on mr. robot. >> kate mckinnon. >> reporter: a big win for
mckinnon who captured best supporting actress in a tv comedy. >> matt damon getting the last laugh on friend jimmy kimmel. crashing the awards show after the host lost to john oliver. >> you are a pretty big loser. i for one am really sorry about. that i think everybody else here feels really sorry for you. come here. come on. >> thanks. i really appreciate your concern. >> you bring it. in see you later at the after-party. >> there is an afterparty? >> reporter: jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> christa: and coming up, we are awaiting a news conference here. possibly at 12:30 from officials in new york about the latest on the investigation after a suspect was arrested in the new york and new jersey bombings.
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>> christa: we are back to the latest shark sighting offer the coast of the cape. >> sarah: a heart-pumping moment as affirmative actionerman spotted a great white shark offer sandy neck beach yesterday. take a look at this. you can see the fin as it swims by. and then it comes within feet of their boat. luckily, this is not a jaws sort of moment. and the shark just swims away. thank goodness. right? >> christa: just what you want the shark to do. i wonder if that was the one they named big papi that they >> chris: we have a wet one through the afternoon. what to expect ahead coming up. >> christa: all right, chris. thank you so much. we will have the latest on the breaking news. there you see the suspect in the new york and new jersey bombings. arrestled. he is in custody. we are expecting an update from officials in new york at any time. when that happens, we will
>> sarah: breaking news in the bombings in new york and new jersey. police have a suspect in custody. ahmad khan rahami had been arrested in linden, new jersey following a shoot-out with police. this is video of the suspect getting loaded into an ambulance. it appears from the one officer was also hit. the injuries are non-life-threatening. these photos of the suspect were released earlier this morning. then later we received word of a shoot-out and his arrest. investigators found his fingerprint on an unexploded device that was found. that launched the entire manhunt. >> christa: at this hour, we are also awaying a news conference that is set to get under way with officials in new york at 12:30. we are standing by for that. and we welcome you to 7 news
arrests, there are several huge developments on the bombings this afternoon. so let's send it out to dan hausle. he is live in new york city for us. with the very latest. dan? >> reporter: well, that unexploded pressure-cooker device reportedly with rahami's fingerprint was found right here in new york city on this sidewalk. we are waiting for the news conference any minute now. i wouldn't be surprised if it was delayed a bit. i think it was scheduled before they were going to have such momentous less than an hour ago. take a look at that video again. you can see ahmad khan rahami on the stretcher being loaded into an ambulance. apparently, injured in the shoot-out. there is his arm wrapped in a bandage after his confrontation with police. one witness account says a police car pulled up on him and he turned and fired six shots. there are reports of one, maybe two officers injured. but the earlier reports are those injuries are minor. he is a 28-year-old new jersey resident from afghanistan.
the f.b.i. put out his picture asking for the public's help finding him and calling him armed and dangerous. he was found and captured within hours. witnesses describing the confrontation. >> i just happened to be checking out facebook at the time. i saw the video of him running by. and then all of a sudden, shots fired. and you know, we come outside. you know, this is where we are right now. . >> what did it sound like? >> it just sounded like, you know, pop, pop. pop. you know what i mean? >> reporter: the capture happened in linden, new jersey. the neighboring town to elizabeth new jersey. you can see here the f.b.i. raided an apartment looking for rahami and any evidence. it is the same town where a bag of pipe bombs was found overnight. president obama is here in new york for u.n. meetings and spoke about the nork city bombing just about the time the investigators were making tailed's arebs. >> at moments like this, i think it is important to
violent extremists are trying to do. they are trying to hurt innocent people. but they also want to inspire fear in all of us. and disrupt the way we live. to undermine our values. and so even as we have to be vigilant and aggressive, both in preventing senseless acts of violence but also making sure that we find those who carry out such acts and bring them to justic >> reporter: president obama crediting the work of investigators in a matter of hours after the bomb went off in chelsea saturday night. 29 people injured by the flying shrapnel. but all of them already out of the hospital. the bomb said to be similar to that pressure-cooker with a phone taped to it found a few blocks away. let's take a look again at that arrest video. you see rahami on a stretch, injured from the shoot-out. being loaded into an ambulance. this took place less than 48
new yorkers and new jersey residents all being asked to be on the lookout for this guy. in fact, the f.b.i. pinged everybody's phone. i have heard reports of people on the subway getting their phone pings at the same time. looking down and seeing the picture of the man most looked for and most wanted and now captured. dan hausle, 7 news. >> sarah: state police have released a statement that reads in part, "massachusetts state police have checked identification information for ahmad khan rah investigation" to this point no, nexus between the suspect and the state of massachusetts has been found. stay with 7 news for continuing coverage, of course. both on-line and on the air. >> christa: right now we have more breaking news to pass along about a jetblue flight. a plane diverted to logan. then apparently, it was hit by
>> kris: change of plans this morning. this plane took off going toward bermuda. two situations developed while onboard. first there was a noncritical equipment issue. that forced the pilot to change the plans and head toward boston. while entruth logan, though, apparently, that plane was struck by lightning. and again, jetblue is saying that the rerouting, the changing directions to come to boston had nothing to do with the lightning strike. they are sending out their maintenance crews plane landed safely at logan to try to determine, if, indeed, it was a lightning strike that hit that plane. all of the passengers did get off the plane safely. it landed at 9:44 this morning. jetblue had made accommodations to take those passengers over to bermuda to finish their flight. we are some developments here this morning, actually. >> you look up and come out here live to the big board, you see bermuda. this is flight 171. the flight that left j.f.k. this morning. it has departsed.
the flight is now making its way to bermuda after a slight delay that took them here to boston. again, jetblue maintenance crews will determine if it was lightning that hit that plane when it was coming to boston. but it was that onboard issue with the equipment that initiated the change of plans. live here at logan airport, kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: all right, kris. thank you. more news now: the man police say was driving in this fatal crash into a sweet tomatoes in newton now called to court. two people were killed, 7 others injured. in that jennifer eagan has the latest. >> reporter: bradford castler walked with a limp into middlesex superior court. the 55-year-old accused of driving through an intersection in newton and crashing into a sweet tomatoes restaurant on the night of march 1. >> one witness described the vehicle, the defendant's vehicle as accelerating with
report t people inside had no warning, prosecutors say. the 32-year-old gregory moran and 57-year-old eleanor mealy were killed. 7 others were injured. >> no witness at the scene observeled the defendant's brake lights illuminate. or the sound of the car... the horn on his car. >> reporter: castler's lawyer says his client was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 27 years ago. castler who is from newton, pleaded not guilty. >> he has nothing but sadness and sorrow was caused to victims, the victim's family, and that community. in newton. >> reporter: prosecutors said in court castler was not suffering any kind of medical episode at the time of the crash. they added castler's car was inspected after the incident. >> mr. castler's vehicle was fully functioning at the time. that would include the braining system fully functioning as well as the accelerator on the vehicle. fully and appropriately functioning. >> reporter: castler walked
the one condition for his release that, he not operate a vehicle. in woburn, 7 news. >> christa: also on 7: fast man fighting for his life after being shot outside a nightclub in allston. this was on linden street. near the garage boston nightclub late last night. plils say someone shot the victim several times and then drove off. right now he is listed in critical condition and investigators believe there was some sort of fight that led up to the shooting. >> there is always altercations when >> any time we have any kind of violence, especially involving guns and individuals are now fighting for their lives, it is a big concern to us. >> sarah: police have not made any arrests soer fa. >> christa: a 14-year-old was struck and killed by a commuter rail train in newton. police say he was standing on the inbound track when he was hit on friday night. police do not suspect foul play.
were close to the teen. the victim's mother released a statement saying "we, his family, want everyone to know how much we appreciate the broad outreach we have received and support offered as we grieve the loss of a dearly loved son, brother, nephew, and grandson who we loved with all of our hearts." >> christa: former sox pitcher curt chicago reaching a settlement in the 38 studios lawsuit. officials say the rhode island commerce corporation has agreed to a $2.5 million settlement with schilling and his partners video game venture. the deal, however, still needs to be approved. >> sarah: senator elizabeth warren spent the weekend in ohio campaigning for hillary clinton and hoping to reach out to young voters. warren everyone signsed clinton's plan to make college debt-free for americans. she also continued her criticism of donald trump. >> a selfish lowlife who puts his own interests ahead of everyone and everything else. a man who will not be
>> sarah: republican vice presidential candidate mike pence was also in a battleground state yesterday. he spoke in a florida church about his christian faith. >> christa: you mass-amherst honoring james foley as part of a two-day event. foley's parents will speak at umass where foley had earned fast master's degree. foley went to syria in 2012 to cover the war but was captured and killed by isis militants two years later. he has several events scheduled in new york this week. the president will first attend a fund-raiser for the democratic senatorial campaign committee. then will meet with the prime minister of iraq. he will then hold a meet-and-greet at the u.n. headquarters. president obama will deliver remarks to the u.n. general assembly tomorrow. >> christa: ought con camera: fast plane crashing into a home in arizona. police say that a group of sky-divers was riding in the small plane when it started
everybody jumped out before the crash happened. no one onboard the plane or inside the house was seriously hurt. and a plane off the runway. authorities say a united airlines flight was taxiing sunday. the plane's brakes failed. they sent the aircraft into the grass. the pilot used an emergency reverse engine maneuver to stop the plane from going into a ditch. no one was hurt. passengers safely exited and then boarded a second flight to their destination. a driver in china has his car removed from an unusual spot. crews moved a car off the roof of a home. police say the car ended up there after the driver tried to back out too fast. boy, you don't see that every day do, you? luckily no, one was hurt. >> chris: we have rain outside today. a lot of us picking up the drops. some locations, beneficial stuff. we will go over the numbers coming up. >> sarah: the very latest on
the rain. but it's been beneficial out there. you are taking a look at the drought monitor here from extreme drought stretching through southern new hampshire out through central and northern worcester county. and across much of eastern massachusetts. where did we put down a lot of the water? a lot of the rain did fall across parts of that extreme drought. in fact, it is raining hard enough where it has been... a couple of flood advisories in efek for the cape as well as southern bristol and plymo in the last couple of hours. in terms of the heavy rain, it's almost been like a split decision. not all of us enjoying that soaking rain. we have lost out on the heaviest. cape ann through boston. south of the mass. pike. all the way down through southeastern massachusetts. you start to get south of route 44 and especially near buzzards bay, we picked up on quite a bit of rain. how much rain? one to two inches, generally, a theme here across southern new hampshire. the massachusetts-new hampshire border. even a few towns picking up
royalston, massachusetts, three inches of water coming out of. this even worcester, just under two. then you have to skip all the way back down to the south coast. to get close to one to one and a half-inch reports. you can see some of these cells. they are isolated in nature. you get a burst of rain. then it pulls back a little bit. then you get another burst down near falmouth. boston, out to worcester, generally, a steady light rain at this time. we continue see some steady rain out through connecticut and some embedded downpours percolating back up across western massachusetts. the theme of some scattered showers and storms certainly there in the forecast throughout the rest of the afternoon. 70 in boston. 74 in norwood. soupy air mass in place. you feel the tropical feel to the air. there is a ton of water vapor
front slides off to the east of us in its wake. we dry out. wednesday into thursday, another beautiful stretch of weather. warm but with low humidity that go-round. mid to upper 70's this afternoon. wind is out of the southwest. you have to start changing that wind direction out of the northwest to dry us out. we will do that tomorrow. this evening, overnight tonight into tomorrow morning, a couple of showers around leftover. mostly acrossth by the afternoon, partly to mostly sunny skies. temperatures lower to middle 80's. this is going to be a pleasant night at gillette. thursday night football in foxboro, 72 degrees at kickoff. back into the 6's throughout the game. not bad. right? fall officially arriving on thursday. although it won't officially feel like it until the weekend. breezy and cool saturday and sunday. >> sarah: a bizarre beach rescue taking place in rhode island. a man gets his head stuck in some rocks.
>> christa: yeah. they had to work against the rising tide here. and very fast. certainly, not your everyday type of call for first responders in narragansett who say a man got himself wedged between two rocks on a jetty. >> the area was off-limits. he was pretty far down there. >> christa: after two and a half hours, they were able to free him with an outside the box approach. >> olive oil did trick. we managed to spray him down and apply a lot ol olive oil. we were able to dislodge him. reporth firefighters say the man was there with one other person when he dropped his phone. when he bent down to pick it up, he got himself stuck all the way up to his chest. they knew they had to get him out before the tide came in. >> that was one of our concerns. where we would be later on. in the event. had the event lasted longer. f >> reporter: firefighters didn't use air-bags out of fear the rocks would shift, making matters worse. the man went to a nearby
on his foot that he suffered while walking away. but he is expected to be okay. >> he was in good spirits. an otherwise healthy 31-year-old male. >> christa: the fire department captain has had similar calls in the past like this involving animals. but this is the first time he has ever had one involving a person. >> sarah: all right. coming up, a suspect arrested in the new york and new jersey bombings. after a police shoot-out. officials in new york expected to give an update around 1:30 this afternoon. of course, carried live right here on nbc. v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's
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patriots quarterback tom brady making sure people knew he was puched after the team's win on sunday. came at a cost, of course. for the second straight week, brady posted a picture of a fake newspaper on his facebook page. this time, the headline read "dolphins sent home." as you can see, the image shows jimmy garoppolo sending a dolphin back into the water as they wave good-bye. >> sarah: the realistic tom brady mask making another appearance. it was spotted this weekend at gillette after it popped up in arizona last night. hey, take look at that special guest wearing it. wes welker put on the mask to surprise fans before kickoff. also on 7: an on-line petition has been started. to save an iconic book store in cambridge. the owner of the curious george store launching the campaign after a developer announced plans to use the
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advisors and mentors on the show in past seasons. season 11 will start with a blind audition tonight. catch the voice. it starts at 8:00. after is a special one-hour preview of the new nbc comedy "the good place." then stick around for 7 news at 11:00. >> christa: all right. we are going to go and check in on the weather one last time. >> chris: finally, showing some greens, yellows and oranges over the radar. haven't seen a whole lot of it in the summer and early september. now we catch somen. afternoon. those downpours embedded, really hit or miss in terms of the rainfall amounts. some of you are saying hey, i only have a tenth of an inch of rain. that is going to vary throughout the day. could have leftover showers this evening. and tomorrow morning across southeastern massachusetts. otherwise, we get back into the dry weather. fall arriving on thursday. astro no, ma'amcally speaking. weather-wise, it will take
>> christa: we have breaking news on the bombings in new york and new jersey. over the weekend. and overnight. police now have a suspect in custody. his name is ahmad khan rahami. this is video of him into our newsroom. he was arrested in linden, new jersey. after a shoot-out with police. what you are looking at here is video of the suspect getting loaded into the ambulance. it looks like there is a wound on his arm. we knoll one officer was hit. those injuries are non-life-threatening. what you are looking at here are photos earlier released of the suspect. investigators say they found his fingerprint on an unexploded device. that is when they launched the manhunt. we have a news conference from the officials in new york in about-- let's see-- a half hour from now. we will bring it to you live
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>> philip: no, i'm here to see maggie. she was supposed to have an appointment this morning, and i wanted to see how things went. >> maggie: they went very well. >> philip: i'll call you back. you're walking! this is fantastic! >> maggie: [laughs] on all four legs. i get an hour on these up my strength on the bars. >> philip: does dad know? >> maggie: of course, he was with me. he went down to get the car. you just missed him. >> philip: yeah, well, probably better that way. >> maggie: no, it's not, philip. i mean, you and victor need to-- you know what? when we go home, your father is gonna have to leave