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>> hear somebody screaming "i can't breathe, i can't breathe." sean: now at noon, a woman jumps for her life after an apartment building in concord goes up in flames. kevin: after some early morning fog, another round of rain moving in. how much we'll see with futurecast, ahead. sean: fire in goffstown, the teen who sparked the flames gets no jail time. find out what he'll be doing instead. wildfires tear through tennessee sparking thousands of evacuations. and right now help is on the way from the granite state. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] sean: we do have some breaking news off the top this noon.
lancaster. walker international has accepted the osha citations and will pay $24,000 in fines after its tent collapsed during a thunderstorm in august of 2015, killing a father and his young daughter and injuring dozens of others. walker, which is currently out of business, has also agreed it will not resume operations unless it first implements a comprehensive safety plan which will include procedures for safe in other news, a woman had to jump for her life this morning in concord after her apartment building caught fire. the two-alarm fire brought in support from other nearby towns. now investigators are working to figure out how the fire started. wmur's ray brewer is live in concord this noon, and ray, any news on the woman's condition? ray: sean, we're told the woman was taken to the hospital for x-rays and to be evaluated, but
at 6:20 in the morning, concord fire department got a call reporting a fire at 8284 south state street. a neighbor, returning home from an early workout, got there first. >> i came round the corner. i could hear somebody screaming "i can't breathe, i can't breathe, i can't breathe." ray: the screams were coming from a woman trapped on the second floor. pauline mackay says a passerby stopped and told the woman to jump. >> so she jumped and she landed on her back. >> she's been transferred to the condition is not life-threatening and actually doesn't seem to be too serious at this point. ray: the fire chief says crews were on the scene within minutes and found heavy black smoke coming from the building. however, all the tenants were out. warren haslam is one of them. >> i went to make a cup of coffee and the next thing i know there was a knock on my door and i started to smell some smoke. ray: haslam says alarms were also going off. after getting dressed and before
>> i did open the door briefly just to see what was going on, and i did see flames in the apartment all the way to the front. ray: the chief says that crews managed to get the fire under control in about 20 minutes. the firefighters also managed to keep the fire from spreading and none of the surrounding homes had to be evacuated. overall, the chief says that this was a great operation, and that he had feared the worst when the call first came in, thinking that it might be a time when people were sleeping. >> we didn't have any fatalities grateful for that. ray: the red cross and catholic charities are assisting those tenants displaced by the fire, but as one tenant put it, i have money for a motel for a few days but what i do after that? reporting live in concord, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: a goffstown teenager accused of setting a fire in february that destroyed a vacant auto parts building pleaded guilty to lesser charges today. 19-year-old calvin mitoulas pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of criminal
arson for the fire on february 21 of this year. his plea deal includes suspended jail time and community service. he'll also have to build a firefighter's memorial in goffstown with members of the fire department. prosecutors believe this was the right outcome for this case. >> i think it is an appropriate outcome. i think other people who are older and who are facing similar sentences may in face find themselves in state prison. but this young man is lucky he had e that he's going to be going forward with the necessary counseling and other treatment in order to avoid this type of activity in the future, and we're going to be keeping a close eye on him so that he knows he has to take the sentence very seriously. sean: and mitoulas will also have to write a thousand-word essay about the dangers of fire. the attorney general's office is investigating two separate homicides that happened within 24 hours of each other in
week. the first one happened in wentworth last wednesday morning. police say a 60-year-old man died from blunt force injuries. in berlin, the death of a 2-year-old girl was also ruled a homicide. authorities say madison dana died sunday from blunt impact injuries. on monday, officials say a 63-year-old man in effingham died from a gunshot wound to the chest. and just yesterday another man was shot and killed in manchester. a pretty foggy start to your morning, but the fog is gone and -- starting to lift in most places, and the rain is headed our way. kevin, looking on the seacoast, still gray out there. kevin: compromising the evening commute again. looks like scattered downpours and quick inch-plus of rainfall. you can see the rain starting to push through southern areas of the state. moderate rainfall through the afternoon.
southwest is moving northeast in our direction. pockets of heavier rain late this afternoon and into the evening before tapering off overnight. we should be in the 40's this time through. it will be some ponding in area roadways and lower visibility with the rainfall coming down at a pretty good clip in spots for the evening commute and tonight. much more on the changes behind this system coming up sean: now to a developing story we are following out of manchester. police say they were called to an apartment on walnut street around 2:00 this morning for a report of a man suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. his injuries are not considered life-threatening. police say the circumstances surrounding this incident remain under investigation. anyone with information is asked to contact the manchester police department. a bicyclist has been killed after losing control and colliding with a truck in massachusetts. state police say both the truck and the bike were stopped at a
afternoon. 58-year-old thomas fazio of methuen lost control of his bike when the light changed and he hit the side of the truck. police say the driver of the truck is a 29-year-old man from hudson new hampshire. but police say his name will not -- the crash remains under investigation. another breaking story this noon. nancy pelosi has just reelected as house minority leader despite disappointing november election results. the california lawmaker has led the party other leaders during the closed-door session that is expected to last for several hours. meantime, president-elect donald trump says he's stepping away from his billion-dollar business. trump continues to fill his cabinet but several big posts still remain open. abc's kenneth moton has the developments from washington. kenneth: donald trump's growing cabinet. the president-elect is tapping fellow billionaire wilbur ross as secretary of commerce and goldman sachs executive steve mnuchin to lead treasury.
it's terrific. kenneth: mnuchin at trump tower this morning praised trump's new deal to keep 1000 jobs with carrier in indiana, the home state of his vp-elect, mike pence. >> the president-elect and the vice president picked up the phone and call the ceo and told them we want to keep jobs here. i can't remember the last time a president did that. kenneth: tomorrow, trump and pence will be in indiana to announce the deal. it's the first leg of their victory tour. they'll end the day with a big rally in cincinnati, ohio. bread last night with mitt romney, a possible secretary of state contender. the man who once called trump a con artist, a fraud, and a phony now says -- mr. romney: i happen to think that america's best days are ahead of us. president-elect trump is the very man who can lead us to that better future. kenneth: that better future for trump will come at a cost, his business. the president-elect announced on twitter he will leave his great business in total to his children in order to fully focus on running the country.
him completely out of the business operations to avoid conflicts of interest. trump says he'll hold a major news conference in two weeks when he steps away from his company. if he takes questions from the press, it will be his first time since july. kenneth moton, abc news, washington. sean: tornadoes tear through the south and major wildfires spark thousands of evacuations. firefighters from the granite state lend a hand. searching for answers. the black boxes that could hold e devastating plane crash in colombia. kevin: much-needed rainfall as we move forward, and that a gradual cooldown that leads us into the weekend. and in today's "cook's corner," stark brewing company is here and they're making a delicious
sean: welcome back. tens of thousands of people are paying their respects to longtime cuban dictator fidel castro. today, a caravan carrying his remains begins its journey across the country, before he is buried this weekend. yesterday, fidel's brother was joined by more than 20 world leaders to praise the 90-year-old, who died friday. a rival soccer team is asking south american soccer
after more than 70 people were killed when the plane carrying the team crashed in colombia. the team was headed to the finals of a major south american football tournament when the charter flight crashed into a hillside on monday. six people did survive the fiery crash. the commuter jet's black boxes are now being analyzed to figure out a cause. at least five people are dead after powerful storms ripped through alabama and tennessee. four children are also said to be in critical condition after daycare facility. officials say several other people were hurt and more than a dozen structures were destroyed. thousands are without power and heavy rain is expected throughout the day. southern storms are also having an effect on the firefighting efforts in tennessee. the governor calls this largest forest fire in state history in 100 years. now firefighters from new hampshire are headed to gatlinburg to help.
people injured. hundreds of homes and buildings have been destroyed. thousands of people have been forced to evacuate. meantime, around here, we are getting some rain finally. kevin: yes, this is something we have been waiting on for quite a while. we will talk about how much more we will see with the rain coming in. sean: also coming up, talking about "cook's corner." stark brewing company is in our news 9 kitchen. and they're whipping up some
we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. ever new england. eversource. >>ow forecast. kevin: heavy rain yesterday afternoon. patchy, dense fog in spots. now it looks like more rain moves in for the afternoon and evening commute with scattered downpours and lowered visibility. water off of the roads and onto your windshield. rainfall continuing to make its way back in southern areas. that will spread northward for
with temperatures in the low to mid 40's in southern areas and mid 40's, with one or two sunny breaks north. the rainfall builds into southern areas of the state. this is off and on through the afternoon, and then later in the day, the push of moisture in new york city and further west starts to push in good well over an inch of rainfall in some spots through tonight before it wraps up early tomorrow morning. going forward with cooler air starting to win out. highs this afternoon in the mid-40's up north. 34 atop mount washington. completely different situation when the precipitation moved in yesterday morning. visibility this morning down to 1/8 mile or less in some spots. it is affecting the light wind out of the northeasterly
of the afternoon. it will not, let at once, this will be a gradual cooldown over the next four days. after tomorrow, we go back three or four degrees per day all the way through monday. southern half of the state especially, light to moderate rain and even briefly heavy at times. the new notice as we cycled through the evening and the overnight hours, more makes its way across the state just after sunrise tomorrow. the skies start to clear for central and southern areas of the state. temperatures could jump into the low to mid 50's. it is from there that we see the cooler air work its way back in. a few areas of light snow thursday night into friday. a click we will have lingering mountain snow up north. over central and southern areas, partial sunshine.
eventually after this, little bit of a rebound. but the middle of next week, the next system will roll and wednesday or thursday. for the time being, looks pretty good. little bit of a breeze on friday and sunday. let's head to "cook's corner." sean: we are making a yummy pasta dish with a key ingredient . joined by a faar telge from stark brewing company. thanks for being here. peter: it is awesome. you got smell-o-vision? sean: dr. crank setup if you have that on your tv. peter: onions, peppers, properly -- broccoli, mushrooms. heavy cream. get that going just for a second. we have homemade marinara from the restaurant.
sean: so far this looks really good. peter: then we had chicken. precooked chicken. sean: bite-size pieces in there. peter: big dish, enough for both of us. [laughter] peter: and then we add pasta. it's to be heated up next with the sauce. looks like a big mess, but boy, it is yummy. then we add a little bit ofur sean: you are making beer but now you are making broncos will. -- making vodka as well. peter: my few more jim is for the vodka now. this might be more famous for the vodka and effort people freak out how good it is. we can give you a brewery tour, distillery tour. the vodka came out way above our
the way we do it. sean: you are just a master. you have an event on sunday, the 18th. peter: every year for the last 23 years i have said the homeless on christmas morning. -- fed the homeless on christmas money. do news go restarted a benefit where we raise food and money. this event this year is on december 18. it is a sile a broncos. sean: [laughter] you are making a prediction. peter: i used to do a lot of music, but my stage got replaced by a still. we will focus this around -- a little garlic bread with that, and you are ready to go. sean: very nice. that is coming up on the 18th. peter: 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.
food items, clothing, silent auction items from anything to raise money for the homeless. christmas morning, then only have a great know what they go shopping and fill the back to the clothing, toiletries, toothpaste committee odorant and everything. sean: where are you located? peter: 500 commercial street. look for our vodka and beer.
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sean: you can help make sure every child in new hampshire gets a gift this holiday season giving toy drive. it kicks off this friday and runs through sunday at toys "r" us locations in manchester, nashua, and newington. the drive benefits the toys for tots program. come by and say hello. some news 9 personnel. kevin: fair skies through the weekend. another round of rainfall which will pick up through the afternoon. ending tomorrow morning.
starting tonight at 5:00, the school day will start later for some new hampshire schools next year. tonight, how school board officials are hoping this will benefit students. and it's beginning to look a lot like christmas at new hampshire motor speedway. what you can see at the gift of lights this year. that does it for us.
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