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good morning, america. school bus tragedy. >> the bus flipped over occupied with children. >> this bus filled with 35 elementary school students in a horrific accident running off the road and slamming into trees. at least five killed and two dozen hospitalized. overnight, the bus driver arrested. for this community. >> investigators on the scene as we hear from the families this morning. donald trump makes his first direct appeal to americans since the election. >> i want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here on our great homeland, america. this morning we'll have what he promised, what he didn't say about isis as he meets with former rivals even democrats about joining his cabinet. the frigid blast turns
whipping winds creating whiteout conditions. this bus tipping over. the dramatic rescue as temperatures plunge up and down the east coast. and a new storm on the way threatening to wreak havoc for millions of holiday travelers. and breaking overnight, kanye west hospitalized hours after canceling his tour. >> get ready. get ready because the show is over. >> just days after this rant on stage his condition. we do say, good morning, america and a lot of news to get to this morning, just one day away from the biggest travel day of the year. >> right in time for that day, robin, the snow is piling up. take a look at this time-lapsed video of upstate new york.
i'm sure some aren't. ginger will be here with much more on your holiday forecast. >> a lot of information that people need. we have to begin with sad news. that bus crash in tennessee. the school bus flipped on its side hit trees killing at least five young children. that bus driver now under arrest facing charges and amy is on the scene in chattanooga with the latest. good morning, amy. >> reporter: good morning, george. it is a devastating morning here in chattanooga. the accident happened on this road right here behind me just a few hundred feet up around mile from school as you mentioned, 35 kids on that bus and in addition to those who were killed, dozens of others were injured. and the posted speed limb on this road, 30 miles per hour. federal investigators are now looking into whether excessive speed was a factor in this tragedy. >> the bus has flipped over. it is occupied with children. >> reporter: a bus full of children on their way home from elementary school runs off the road slamming into these trees
>> we heard the crash and we went outside to look and we saw that the bus had turned over and apparently had hit the house across the street. they were escaping through the roof hatch. >> reporter: police believe excessive speed may have been a factor. they have charged the bus driver, johnthony walker, with five counts of vehicular homicide and reckless driving. >> we executed a search warrant for his blood. e know if there was any outside influences on his ability to drive a car, to drive a vehicle. we don't know at this time. what we do know now his behavior was to the point of recklessness and it met the criteria for filing charges for vehicular homicide, reckless driving and reckless endangerment. >> reporter: at least five of the students dead and two dozen others injured. as emergency personnel race to
to their children. the bus so mangled it took more than two hours to get the students to safety. the local hospital overwhelmed as ambulance after ambulance arrived. >> our thoughts and prayers are with their families, their schools, their friends and our entire community impact the by this tragedy. >> reporter: hundreds gathered at area hospitals standing in long lines to give blood. >> this is an absolute nightmare but i can chattanooga are prepared and trained to make sure this is investigated thoroughly. >> reporter: authorities planning to review the video from the school bus to figure out exactly what happened. we just saw a massive tow truck and a flatbed right in front of me going up to the scene of that bus crash. they'll be removing the bus shortly because the investigation has gone on through the evening but so many people do want answers including the parents of children who were on that bus just a few moments
parent, craig harris. craig, thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you. >> i know your daughter, your stepson and your niece were all on that bus. how are they doing this morning. >> this morning they are doing a lot better. my daughter and my stepson, they're in a lot of pain and a little bit of shock still but for the most part they're fine. my niece, she is in recovery this morning. she just got out of surgery about an hour ago and they're just keeping a close eye on her. she might lose her arm. that's how severe her injuries were. >> they had to go into her leg and remove a vein to replace the one torn from her arm. she is looking at a long road to recovery and a lot more surgeries but she's here. >> i can't imagine the moment when you got word that your children were involved in a bus accident and a severe bus accident. tell me when you first heard and what happened next.
it's been a big fear of mine and which first heard i literally had -- i almost lost it and hi to sit down and gain my composure. i had to calm my wife down and other family members that were also affected by this and it just -- it was just -- it's something i never want to face again. >> so you get the word. you go to this room and you're waiting to find out if your children are okay or no i can say that they did the best they could and in my eyes they did the best they could because there were so many people down at the hospital at the time and so many families just in the same boat that i was in. >> waiting to hear if their children were dead or alive. >> right. >> what was that room like of parents? were you comforting each other? >> yes, we were. some people were easier to calm than others. >> have you seen the bus driver,
do you know him at all? >> i don't know him. i don't know him personally. honestly, he -- there has been times where i saw him faster than he probably should be going. >> and that concerned you as a parent. did you ever have worries putting your children on that school bus. >> yes, ma'am. that's the reason why i tried to be there in the mornings when he's pulling up so i can try to get a rhythm for what he was doing and also in the evenings because up the treat and drop them off. some days he would go down the street and drop them off. i'm not a bus driver so i'm not sure how what their protocol is but i kind of figured that that wasn't something he was supposed to be doing. >> well, the ntsb investigating his actions and he is in custody at this hour so we do know that much. in terms of what's next for this community, i know that to see those lines with people giving blood had to be so incredibly
what's the impact on this community? >> for me there was a silver lining in this because i did see my city come together yesterday. >> we'll take that. craig, thank you so much and wishing your children a speedy recovery, physically and mentally because there's a long road ahead for everyone. >> yes, ma'am. definitely. >> speaking of coming together woodmore elementary cool is actually open and want to pr staff and members of the community. >> this accident is raising major questions about school bus safety. the ntsb is launching a go team to investigate there in chattanooga. abc's david kerley joins us with more on that and, david, what can we expect from this team to do in its investigation? >> well, the ntsb looks at all the factors, robin. they'll look at the weather. they'll look at the equipment, the bus and whether or not it
pictures tell so much from this story, robin. you can see that bus, looks like it rolled onto its side and hit the tree and just folded around that tree. but that's all the things the ntsb will look at. think about this, robin. on average, five schoolkids are killed in a bus accident every year. six were killed yesterday. >> yes, all right, david. thank you very much and, again, the investigation continues and our hearts go out to the families in the community the parents are going through. okay, we are going to move on and get the latest on president-elect trump. transition in full swing at trump tower. last night he released a youtube video. david wright reports from trump tower. good morning. >> reporter: this videotaped message outlining an agenda for the first 100 days steers clear
controversial campaign proposals. trump focused on things he can do immediately by executive order and this is really the first time we've heard extensively from the president-elect since election night. >> our transition team is working very smoothly, efficiently and effectively truly great and talented men and women patriots, indeed, are being brought in and many will soon be a part of our government. >> reporter: a short restrained speech talking directly to the american people. >> i want the next generation of happen right here on our great homeland. america. >> reporter: trump promises to renegotiate trade deals, ease restrictions on energy production, crack down on immigration abuses and impose a lobbying ban for all workers in the executive branch. >> i will provide more updates in the coming days as we work together to make america great again for everyone and i mean everyone. >> reporter: revolving door meetings continue including
jobs. among them former governor rick perry of texas who was sharply critical of trump during the primaries. >> donald trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism and must be diagnosed, excised and discarded. >> reporter: he was recently voted off "dancing with the stars" now hoping for a cabinet post and trump met with hawaii congresswoman gabbert. compassion is bigger than any one of us. >> reporter: not the republican convention but the democratic one talking about bernie sanders. the 35-year-old progressive now considering coming over to trump. >> i think there's a recognition that there is a big country out there with lots of voters that feel disaffected from their party, the democrats. >> reporter: sorry. sorry.
trump leaves out. he's not talking about repealing obamacare or locking hillary clinton up. he's focused here on what -- on reaching out to all the american people, george. >> david wright, thanks very much. more on this from our chief political analyst matthew dowd. matt, thanks for joining us this morning. we just saw that youtube video as david mentioned. trump did not get into things he's not doing. also facing questions right now about these conflicts of interest. he has had a serie ivanka trump sitting in on the meeting with the japanese prime minister and meetings with his indian business partners and yesterday mr. trump talking to his british officials about wind farms in britain, even republicans now starting to raise questions about these conflicts. >> george, i think the biggest problematic thing for president-elect trump in his administration ahead isn't his appointments which a lot of people have been disturbed about
it could be this issue with interests around the world and it looks like him putting this in a blind trust run by his children won't be clean enough. even "the wall street journal" said he ought to liquidate all his assets of the problem if he doesn't do that and clean it up he'll be subject to conflicts of interest charges and could be subject to corruption charges and finally he could actually be subject to constitutional questions as you know, there is a clause in the constitution, called the it means you cannot take advantage or benefit from a foreign state or a foreign government. that's a huge problem for donald trump. >> the trump team says they are going to put structures in place. we'll see what is coming as the transition goes on. some word this morning that perhaps donald trump will not pursue this investigation of hillary clinton. that probably makes sense. >> i think that makes sense. i think most of his voters could care less. most want him to change their economic life. they could tear less about
interests around him but he would be better to just move on. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. george, we'll move on to that terror arrest in new york just days before thanksgiving. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with more. good morning, brian. >> reporter: well, good morning, robin. with preparations well under way for heavy security around the big thanksgiving day parade, the fbi has arrested a brooklyn man who tried to join isis and talked of an attack right here in times square. the fbi moved in after more than mohamed rafik naji. officials said the suspect tried to join isis overseas and then returned to new york expressing support and recorded conversations for an attack like the one in nice, france, where an isis follower drove a semi truck through crowds attending the bastille day celebration killing 84 people. if there is a truck, he said, i mean a garbage truck and one drives it there to times square and crushes them, times square
a potential attack given that this individual was following isis direction to carry out an attack against a large crowd. >> reporter: earlier this month, isis posted an online message praising that attack in france and calling on other followers to use speeding vehicles to attack outdoor events featuring a picture of the new york thanksgiving day parade. now new york police are sending a clear message to not even think about an attack announcing an unprecedented level of security to guard the balloons, >> i think that we will have the traditional counterterrorism -- we'll see people out there. >> reporter: the new york police will deploy a military battalion of officers, some 5,000 of them assigned to the parade including snipers on the rooftop, 81 huge trucks filled with sand to block vehicles, all along the two-mile-long route which passes two big trump properties, robin. >> as always if you see something, say something. all right, brian, thank you.
in new york in the middle of that first major snowstorm of the season. standing outside there freezing. gio, creating quite a mess on roads for people. >> reporter: what a mess, michael. good morning to you. listen, this is the third straight morning that people here have been waking up to all this snow. can you just imagine having to shovel all of this stuff out. especially when you hear that some parts of this area have 40 inches of snow. overnight winter's f the storm hammering parts of upstate new york, dropping more than 40 inches of snow in some areas, homes buried. the whipping winds and whiteout conditions leaving highways hazardous littered with wreckage. just take a look at this heart-stopping moment caught on tape. a bus overturning while trying to avoid this spun out car. austin beeching and his family watched in horror as it tipped
inside but they were all okay. we got them out of the emergency exit. >> reporter: of the 40 high school passengers on board, luckily only nine suffered minor injuries. and because of the icy conditions near rochester, one person lost their life. as they slid straight into the path of an oncoming tractor trailer showing how ferocious the storm has become across new england. >> we have a lot of accidents until people learn to slow down a little bit. >> you can see the rapid accumulation of sw this time lapse video. this could be just the beginning of a lingering travel nightmare as we head into a busy holiday weekend. and so the good news right now all this snowfall will stop today but now attention turns out to the west. that's going to cause some major, major travel problems out there for the holidays, michael. >> thank you, gio. back in times square you have a look at the weather coming up for everybody getting ready to travel. >> that's right. wouldn't be thanksgiving if we didn't have a storm to talk
let's kind of time it out for you. the tropical moisture fueling this along the cold front and this low pressure system going to develop some snow, a mix of rain, know and sleet in parts of minneapolis so that's one of the airports that i'd watch and certainly a lot of highways around there, chicago, another hot spot by tomorrow morning, if you have a flight, there will be rain in the region so with a lot of flights going on that's something to note. severe storms in afternoon, eastern texas, southeastern oklahoma, as i mentioned the middle of west in seattle, oregon and into the sierra if you're driving is one to look for too. you guys, i have one more. a lot of people yesterday were saying i looked so happy with that first snow. >> you did. >> not as happy as this guy. ready? first snow, western colorado. >> ah. >> i'd say we were competing as to who was happiest. >> yes. >> you did look mighty happy out there in your element. >> you stood still, though. >> that's it. we got a lot more coming up.
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>> good morning, i'm randy price, stories we're following right now, an investigation is underway after an ald sexual assault on a boston school bus. a six-year-old child is at the center of this investigation. the alleged act happened earlier this month but we're just recently brought to life, no criminal charges at this point. speaker sal dimasi is getting ready to get out of prison. sal dimasi is expected to leave a federal facility in north carolina this morning, and return to the commonwealth. he was granted early release for his corruption sentence because of cancer and ongoing health issues. a 50-year-old man is dead after a crash involving a car and a tractor trailer. that happened in danvers last night, on route 1, no charges were filed. we're back in two minutes with
>> beautiful out there this morning. >> looks really nice, although it does not feel quite as nice, that wind is active, gusting over 20 miles per hour. so it feels like it's just 20 in town, and wind chills are 14 in worcester, and the temperatures will sneak up out of the 30s into the lower 40s this afternoon. lots of sunshine today, quiet weather if you are doing traveling tomorrow, but the system will approach on thanksgiving morning. very light snow or a mix changing over to just some showers in the afternoon. so not a big storm but could have impacts on travel holiday, otherwise a little unsettled into the weekend. let's go out to the roads. good morning olessa. >> good morning cindy. it's busy, we're watching the delays if you are going on 93 northbound, there is a crash that has two lanes blocked inside of the tunnel before the northbound side of 93 so give yourself time, southbound heavy from 128, and another crash, at the new hampshire border, a multi-car crash, 93 north, expect delays there. and eastbound on the pike, a car fire extinguished.
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? go crazy ? of course, that is prince. performing "let's go crazy" at the super bowl in 2007, one of the greatest halftime shows in history and this morning we have your world exclusive first listen of a brand released from prince's vault coming up. >> a world exclusive. >> you've been to a couple of super bowls. do you know who is performing at halftime? >> you know who is performing and trying to get out of the locker room early. coach, cut the speech short. prince is performing. you try to get out. >> you have to focus? that's my motivation. not you right now. >> i'm surprised at that. >> who knew? trump transition is in full
candidates at trump tower today before he leaves for florida where he will spend thanksgiving. overnight 6.9 earthquake hit japan sending residenting running for shelter. tremors could be felt to tokyo. tsunami warnings have been lifted thankfully. a big dramatic night in the ballroom. the final four couples faced off but jenna and gleb were sent home. we'll hear what they're saying about it just ahead. and also for -- new trouble for chipotle. are their calorie counts misleading faced with a new lawsuit and much more coming up. >> say it ain't so. >> who would have thunk it? we are going to begin with amy. she is in chattanooga, tennessee, just moments ago we got new details about that school bus crash. good morning again, amy. >> reporter: that's right, robin, good morning, chattanooga's police chief said this is every public safety officer's worst nightmare and it
well. we're learning more about the children on that school bus. 37 students were involved and of the five fatalities, we know that three of them were in fourth grade. one was in kindergarten and one was in first grade. one boy and four girls dying in this horrific tragedy. we know that six children are still in the icu and six others are in the hospital. that's down from the 24 who were originally taken off that bus to the hospital and as we've been saying police believe right now excessive speed may be a factor overnight police charged the bus driver, 24-year-old johnthony walker with five counts of vehicular homicide, reckless endangerment and reckless driving charges and authorities are testing his blood to see if he was on any substances while driving that bus and the families of the dead have been notified as this entire community tries to come together this morning. we know that students will be excused if they choose not to go to school today but important to note schools are open in this
so many students, their parents, the staff and this community as they try to come together and heal after this horrific accident just two days before thanksgiving, robin. >> i'm sure they're in need of that help, amy, thank you very much. like amy we are thinking of all those families and it's a very close-knit community there and the community is really coming together. >> we are flat they are coming together and thinking of them. we move on to that health care for kanye west. he's been hospitalized after a series of bizarre rants on stage and his tour home to be by his side and nick watt is in los angeles with the latest. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, right now kanye west is under observation at this hospital. behind me a source telling us he is suffering from exhaustion and sleep deprivation and that he checked himself in voluntarily. the call came in at 1:20 p.m. medical emergency at a west hollywood address. lapd and fire department
west was at his trainer's home, quote, acting erratically. ? to a woman so heartless jooet qua ? >> reporter: earlier they had can sauled all dates of his "saint pablo" tour and his wife was supposed to make her first public appearance since she was held at gunpoint and robbed in paris last month. she's been living the quiet life ever since but skipped the comeback event reportedly flying home to be he did something similar after her robbery. >> i'm sorry. family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> whatever is happening with kanye maybe we're about to see a change from both of them. maybe not. >> reporter: the "gold digger" singer is famously unpredictably and provocative. in 2009 he storaged the vma stage as taylor swift accepted an award. >> i'm going to let you finish but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. >> reporter: saturday night in
>> reporter: was maybe the first hint all is really not well. kicking off his gig 90 minutes late then more venting than singing. >> it's a new world, hillary clinton. it's a new world. everybody in middle america showed how they felt. >> he has this fashion line losing tons of money. on this monumentally expensive that's a lot of pressure. >> reporter: then literally dropping the mike. >> show's over. >> reporter: gone after just a half hour on stage. two days later, he's in the hospital. and there is no word yet on when he may be released and sent home but this morning, there is a lot of love and support for kanye west all over social media. george. >> okay, nick, thanks. we'll bring in former editor and chief of "people" magazine,
deprivation, sounds serious. >> it does. i think when you're hospitalized for something like in this is not someone who can't get sleep. it seems like something way more serious. i don't know any pop star who's seemed more unhappy than kanye west. he had -- >> about what. >> he has critical acclaim and all these other things but seems to be -- he just doesn't get enough attention. he seems to always have -- he's constantly having fights with people whether it's taylor swift or now jay z and beyonce and sets up the >> you saw him really get a huge reaction at his concert by saying he voted for donald trump. >> no, he didn't vote -- >> would have voted for donald trump. >> a double whammy there. he -- i don't want to be too glib about this but seems to crave attention and has for a very long time and the accolades he gets when it comes to his music don't seem to be enough. he just has to be in the public eye. >> and the timing a little bit strange, the same night that kim was supposed to re-emerge in the public spotlight. >> just watching that report,
was involved in the o.j. simpson case, this is like a pop culture fruitcake. i mean the amount of connects these people have around them and yet still, you know, chaos and what seems to be unhappiness. >> how does someone like kanye re-emerge from something like this. >> i think professionally there will be a great amount of attention. when he gets out of the hospital, back into the studio, when he's reunited with kim, this is the stuff of the life he leads, you know, in the public sphere. what happens with the music and what happens w is, that remains to be seen. it seems as if the art has become secondary to the kind of public posture and public life. >> sure seems like it. hackett hablth, thanks very much. over to michael. >> thank you, george. coming up on our big board, chipotle under fire. the restaurant chain being sued. did they mislead customers about the calories in some burritos? a big exclusive. we've got that never before heard prince music, the debut is just two minutes away. tay right there.
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oh, get ready for this. welcome back. time now for our big board and breaking down more of this morning's top stories. dan abrams is our man at the table and start off with that calorie controversy. chipotle is being sued by customers who claim the company's menu misrepresents nutritional information citing the chain's chorizo burrito described as having just 300 calories. >> they're saying they got duped. they want to file ala person who bought a chorizo burrito assuming it was 300 calories. now, ready for this? it's not 300 calories, okay. as it turns out and i'm going to put together a quick bun for you. if you want to put together one of these, you have chorizo, 300 calories, the torety joe, 300. brown rice, 210. guac, 230.
not really -- so they're basically saying it's a legal matter in california. it's a great place to file this kind of lawsuit that they want to put together all these people who bought them and sue for damages. >> there's a sign that said it was 300 calories but on their website chipotle had the accurate calorie count so does that help them in their legal defense. >> that's going to be one of their defenses. one is going to be, look, this wasn't intentional. this was accidental. they say the 300 calor you could have gone to our website, also in these kinds of lawsuits you have to be able to prove, "a," you bought it. "b," you bought it because it was 300 calories and what are the damages? so even when people win these kinds of lawsuits, it tends to be the price of the burrito. >> that's about it. >> yeah. so it's not like -- anyone is going to get rich over the burrito lawsuit. >> the damages could be to your waistline.
we move on now to the man, the myth, the legend, prince. he has a new collection of music that is out together including the never before heard song "moonbeam levels" and chris connelly is joins us with the world exclusive first listen, so let's check it out, everybody. ? ? he doesn't know what he wants at all ? ? he says please send all your moon beam levels to me ? ? please send all your moonbeam levels to me ? >> nobody sounds like prince. >> uh-huh. >> makes me miss him even more. >> it does. >> chris, this is the first song released from his paisley park vault. what can we expect and what does this mean for his legacy? >> let's start with "moonbeam
july 6th, 1982 so it's a 34-year-old song and was recorded the night of a total lunar eclipse. how about that? it's never just coincidence with prince. well, the estate says next year they're putting out a refurbished version of "purple rain" and in connection with that an entire new cd of unreleased songs from the vault. shangri-la for prince fans, so much stuff we've been dying to year will be our big opportunity. >> so much there but as you keep referring to the estate, we're all very aware of this ongoing legal battle. where does that tan right now. >> it's a $300 million estate i guess by some people's reckoning and two people are in charge of the music and its distribution and that all seems to be going relatively smoothly but as far as the estate itself i guess there's -- he died without an heir, without a spouse and without a will. so i guess there's a sister and
they are expected to split things six ways. there have been other people who have attempted to get a piece of the estate and you know i think the court is sort of been sorting their way through that. >> dan, i want to ask you. we've seen battles over estates in the past. is there an end in sight to this? how ugly could it get. >> i think it will end soon. as chris mentioned you have a few people who have come forward and been dismissed. someone said, for example, that prince's family treated them like a son, is, well, no, that's not enough. i think it will get resolved. >> the estate will continue to grow. >> exactly, exactly. more and more valuable. >> dan, chris, thank you very much. you can listen to the full version of prince's "moonbeam levels" on our live stream listening party that starts at 9:00 a.m. eastern. >> coming up in two minutes as millions get ready to travel for thanksgiving, our investigation, what some flight crews say can get into the plane's cabin and make you sick. you don't want to miss that.
we are back with "gma investigates" as millions get ready to fly for thanksgiving we got an airplane alert about fumes that can enter cabins and make you sick. flight attendants and crew members are calling on airlines to make big changes and abc's david kerley has the story. >> reporter: emergency vehicles surround a jetliner. the first officer taken away on a stretcher loaded into an ambulance. the captain of that flight >> we were both feeling bad during the approach and landing. >> reporter: flight attendants too. the entire crew even some passengers reported feeling ill. >> my whole life changed. my health to this day is not the same. >> reporter: exposed, they say, to a neurotoxin leaking into the cabin air during flight. how? because on nearly every jet the air used to pressurize the cabin, the air you breathe is
additive containing that toxin. tricresyl phosphate. tcp. if there is a leak it could mean fumes in the cabin. creating an odd smell like dirty socks. what do the doctors tell you. >> that i have central nervous system damage. from the chemical. >> reporter: memory loss, balance issues, headaches can result if enough of that chemical is inhaled. the captain says his symptoms were so faa he was no longer safe to fly. were you ever in the cockpit again? >> no, that ended my career. >> reporter: they pulled your license. >> pulled my license. >> reporter: the flight attendants union says on average once a day there is a fume event on 1 of the 35,000 flights crisscrossing our country. most incidents don't cause a problem. >> it's a safety issue that the airlines should be addressing and they should make them address it and they're not
aircraft manufacturers, boeing and airbus say the air on their jets is healthy and safe pointing out that many aircraft have pepa filters. those can capture some but not all of the toxin according to experts. we decided to check. so on five different flights on four different airlines we tested the air with these monitors. the other test is a swab test. take this swab and run one side over this to see if any of the those surfaces. the results, every swab picked up traces of that chemical tcp which could be due to an accumulation from several flights. and the air monitors, while they didn't find the chemical they did find evidence of small amounts of jet engine oil which would suggest a leak. but while these oil leaks and fumes are possible, experts and even those who have been affected say the risk to passengers is low.
how do i protect myself. >> there is no way. >> you should be aware of it. >> reporter: for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, america. >> the faa responded to this and say the air is safe on the vast majority of flights but admit air can be contaminated after certain mechanical failures and the flight attendants union are making sure they have all sensors installed to detect the toxins and filter them out. coming up as millions get ready to travel we've got more on the big coming up "gma's" ultimate cranberry challenge brought to you by ocean spray cranberries. the unofficial official fruit of the holidays. and no fruit is as versatile as our ocean spray cranberries, which is why we're declaring it "the unofficial official fruit of the holidays." the fig's gonna be so bummed. [ chuckles ]
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. deadly school bus crash. >> the bus is flipped over and it is occupied with children. >> a bus filled with 35 elementary school students slamming into trees. at least five killed. more than two dozen in the hospital. now the bus driver has been arrested. >> this is an absolute nightmare for this community. >> we are l this morning. new this morning the woman you remember as octomom now revealing she regrets it all. we'll have how our life spiraled out of control. the shocking moment with her 10-year-old daughter that turned it all around. speaking out only on "gma." the final three. james, calvin, laurie going head-to-head for the mirror ball trophy after one couple cut from the competition overnight
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with puppy parties in chicago and philadelphia and also in austin, texas. >> we take a theme in runway. >> this one we went all out. it really is something near and dear and know the love these dogs can give you. all available for adog, make sure to get the information on our website and just wait till you hear how many success stories we've had, the big reveal, the final drum roll coming up. >> that is coming up. we got to switch gears and get right to the latest on that deadly school bus crash in morning, amy. >> reporter: that's right, george. there's still a heavy police presence here just a few hundred feet from that horrific bus crash. this as we're learning more now about the victims who were on that bus. we know that five children were killed yesterday. one of them was in kindergarten. the others were in first grade and fourth grade. several other children are injured and are in the hospital. six in the icu, six others still recovering there, as well and police now believe excessive
this crash. this is a road that has signs posted at 0 miles per hour. the 24-year-old bus driver is under arrest. he is facing vehicular homicide as well as several other charges. he has submitted to a blood test as well. results are not yet available but federal investigators from the ntsb will also be on the scene here trying to piece together exactly what happened. one official called this every public safety official's worst nightmare. we certainly know this is every parent's worst nightmare. schools will be open to offer grief counseling to so many who need it this morning as they try to move forward on this holiday week. back to you. >> the community and the families are going to need it. thanks very much. now to paula faris with the rest of today's headlines. >> good morning. we do begin with in texas the man charged with killing a san antonio police officer says he was angry over a custody dispute. otis mckane is under arrest for the ambush-tile attack on
lashed out at someone who did not deserve it. president-elect donald trump is back on twitter this morning announcing that he's canceled his interview with "the new york times" today saying the newspaper, quote, changed the terms and conditions at the last minute. not nice. but this morning "the new york times" says it never tried to change the ground rules. meantime, the president-elect is defending his business dealings overseas saying, quote, only the crooked media makes this a big deal, end quote. now, separately video he outlined his plan for his first 100 days in office saying that he will withdraw from the tpp, the trans-pacific trade deal and will let restrictions on or will lift restrictions on energy production. he did not mention repealing obamacare or building a border wall. and homeland security officials say that thousands of green cards have gone missing. some were apparently sent to the wrong address. others were duplicates. the inspector general says green cards in the wrong hands could
and there was a major distraction during monday night football in mexico city if you were watching. someone was flashing a laser into the eyes of houston quarterback brock turner. he said it was very distracting. went directly into his eye. now, several green flashes appeared. the texans did lose to the raiders. we do want to clarify a story from yesterday about the dallas church that showed the cowboys game on sunday. now, the church says the game was shown while they were transitionin f services to another event. football may be a religion for some fans, the religion of sports, michael, that's for you. we know there are some limbs in a house of worship. can i get an amen. jimmy kimmel is teaming up with bono and some big names to raise money for the fight against aids. stars include kristen bell, julia robert, channing tatum,
if you donate you could get a chance to sip tea with julia roberts and a private concert from u2. >> this is all the brainchild of bono. >> second year he's done this. $10 donation to be entered. >> worthy cause. we want to go back to the clarification. that church reached out to us. they were very, very kind. sincerely, no, they really were in saying it was after the service that its -- >> a big difference. >> a big dre and friendship west, they're being innovative in bringing the community in. >> and keeping them. >> and keeping them. >> service and worship together and watch the game together. it wasn't actually multitasking in again, they really showed how you can when something is wrong, they reach out, they were very, very polite about it and just corrected us. it was just a lesson. >> and we thank you. >> yi, we do. >> a special thank you gift i bring you "pop news." >> oh, gosh.
sorry about that. >> all right. we begin with our latest update on the romance, oh, you know what i'm talking about, george. prince harry. kicked off his day two of his 15-day 7-country tour of the caribbean. he's in antigua and might be traveling on official business but cannot escape the speculation surround his love life. the latest chapter in as harry's world turns, a reception for 300 people and the prime minister there prince harry to honeymoon on the island with his girlfriend saying, in a speech, i believe we are expecting a new princess soon. i want you to know that you are very welcome to come on your honeymoon here. >> see, the prime minister topped you. >> yes, yes, yes. thank you, prime minister. i know. but nice to have in your back pocket. in addition to the generous and slightly embarrassing invitation harry attended a youth sports festival, he was
government for physically challen challenged children to keep his mother's legacy alive despite all of that. also in "pop news," dave chappelle kept his fans waiting for 12 years for a live show. now though he's gearing up to star in not one, not two but three stand-up specials for netflix. he will debut two shows filmed at austin city limits. the third an all new original. the network releasing a series saying dave is a legendary voice in comedy. searing, vital and now more than ever essential. all three parts will be released simultaneously in 2017. >> get ready, people. >> you got him, chris rock is doing the same thing so a lot of funny tough coming. >> funny, smart, interesting, provocative. >> you should do one? >> what? >> "pop news" three-parter.
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cc1 test message we are back now with the latest from octomom, remember nadya suleman. she first came on the scene eight years ago and gave birth to eight children after in vitro fertilization and sparked a controversy because she was on government assistance at the time and kayna whitworth sat down with her for an exclusive interview on her life and joins us from san antonio.
>> reporter: yeah, george, good morning. it's been a quiet few years for the family but after sitting down with nadya who now goes by natalie she says it's time to turn a new leaf, put her past behind her so that her kids can flourish. >> hi, my name is noah. >> isaiah. >> maliyah. >> nariyah. >> joan nah. >> makai. >> reporter: the latest to create a media frenzy turning eight. >> thank you, guys. >> reporter: the birth of the six boys and two girls made the family a household name. >> excited to have all of them back. >> their mother nadya who goes by natalie says it also created a monster. >> i was more or less a carnival attraction and i was a freak show. >> you think that the world hates you? >> how can they? they don't know me. follow mommy. they hated the character. >> call me first.
>> you know, i wasn't me and i'm sorry. i'm sorry for anyone i hurt out there. >> reporter: questions were raised in 2009 when she already a mother of six and on welfare opted to have 12 embryos implanted in her uterus. >> i look back in retrospect and i would never say i regret not one of my children. >> can we ask a question? >> reporter: she says desperate for money, she began stripping. and released her o >> it was just to put food on the table to take care of my family. >> reporter: in a downward spiral she turned to xanax to block out the pain. >> i ended up numbing that shame so in order to be something that i was not i had to numb myself to do so. >> reporter: she entered rehab but she said she relapsed almost immediately. it wasn't until she saw her 10-year-old daughter play dress up with her stripper costumes
was strutting around in them and that was it. that was the moment when i said, i'd rather be homeless in a van with all my kids than allow any of my girls to feel that they're not worthy enough. >> you're the oldest. >> i'm the oldest gear. >> reporter: amerah knows her mom sacrificed for her. >> in the beginning it was very difficult. i had so many people asking questions and i was like she's my mom. she's no different than anyone else. >> reporter: todayat longer octomom, just mom. >> what is your favorite thing about being an octuplet. >> you have a lot of people to look out for you. a lot of people to love you. >> what's next for you and the 14 kids? >> be a better person today than i was yesterday and be a better person tomorrow than i was today. and i hope my kids learn from that. >> and nadya tells me she is still receiving some government assistance but does work as a counselor and you saw those kids, yes, they actually enjoy a completely vegan diet and
one would take more than their fair share. they really take care of each other. it was amazing to watch, george. >> quite a family. >> we wish them well. thank you, kayna. coming up that dramatic night on "dancing with the stars," down to the final three. all the details about the finale next. ? i want to make you feel good ? . ...ad, and my sweethearts gone sayonara. this scarf, all that's left to remember. how's a guy supposed to move on!
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taste. >> you know what, i have to cut you off because we're going to keep some of that a secret before we give them too many good morning, we have sunshine, 33 degrees in boston. wind chills in the teens and 20s so bundle up, it's a gusty winds and cold day for this tim of year but lots of sunshine. tomorrow, too, if you are traveling and we have a bit of light snow coming first thing on thanksgiving morning, it is time now for our countdown to tonight's big "dancing with the stars" finale. jana kramer and gleb said good-bye to the ballroom. now down to the final three couples. jesse is here with all the detail there is that's right,
of the faniest footwork to hit the ballroom but only one couple will go home with the mirror ball as season 23 of "dancing with the stars" wraps up tonight. ? unstoppable ? >> reporter: the final four hit the ballroom for a fierce freestyle showdown. ? i feel like windows rolled down ? >> reporter: this awe dumb day ending with a perfect score for laurie hernandez. >> laurie, my darling, the ? >> reporter: while james hinchcliffe brought his near-death crash to life on the floorering all 10s from the judges. >> that had everything and more. you are the miracle man of season 23. >> reporter: and calvin johnson jr.'s high-flying routine. the star's son cheering dad on from the crowd. >> if i was the postman, calvin, i'd send you a love letter.
>> reporter: jana kramer showing she's unstoppable overcoming a stumble in this emotional duet. >> you got through. you guys took a risk but after this freestyle. >> the couple leaving right now is jana and gleb. >> reporter: the country star's mirror ball dreams cut short. >> i grew as a person and i cherish every memory that i have from this show. >> reporter: and we've got three athletes in the final, a race car medalist and of course a football player and they're all competitors for a living so, guys, i think it's safe we can expect a fierce faceoff in the ballroom tonight. >> you know all about it, ginger. >> i do. this final night so they have 24 hours to put a fusion challenge together, a dance that they learned in 24 hours, the competitors at this point are just so exhausted and all so emotional. i was so surprised last night. megatron kind of snuck up on me. i thought jana would stay and i
>> what are you thinking now. >> i mean i still have laurie. i still have laurie going all the way. she just can't be stopped. that girl. but, you know what, the other, james, one of my favorites this season. that's the thing you want three winners when you're a big fan of the show everyone starts to kind of come koth. mirror ball goes to only one. >> he snuck up on a lot of people. never danced. handed the ball off. now in the finals. >> so good. >> hope for you, michael. >> >> michael. >> i'm doing "dancing with the stars" right after george does it. >> you're well protected. >> you'll be waiting a long time. the two-hour finale of "dancing with the stars" tonight at 9:00 eastern and tune in tomorrow morning, the finalists will all be here.
>> good morning, i'm emily riemer, stories we're following right now, an investigation is underway after alleged sexual acts on a boston school bus. a six-year-old child at the center of this investigation. the alleged act happened earlier this month but were just recently brought to light, no criminal charges were filed. d speaker sal dimasi is preparing to get out of prison. sal dimasi is expected to leave a federal facility in north carolina this morning and return to massachusetts. he was granted early release for his corruption sentence because of cancer and ongoing health issues. take a live look outside across the city. cindy, a beautiful sun there, but on the cold side. >> you have got it, it looks nice, feels like winter out there, 33 in boston. 38 in worcester but the winds are gusty and that's making it feel colder, wind chills
coming up into the lower 30s, that's it, we'll have bright sunshine, our high temperatures today in the lower 40s, and low to mid 40s tomorrow, and lighter winds, good travel weather and a touch of light snow or mix changing to showers on thanksgiving. let's go out to the roads, good morning. >> good morning, cindy and everyone. still a bit slow. we're watching delays here, if you are traveling on 495, a crash just cleared at the new hampshire border, and then southbound 93 south from 128 to the lever connector. clearing an accident by the concord rotary, your trip on the pike, accident cleared by newton corner and then the expressway is slow, as well with a crash. the orange line has severe delays. >> thank you. we're back at 8:56.
? you got it? >> oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, everybody. special delivery. >> who is that with you? that is available for adoption at the north shore animal league of america. and today is our finale. so he's going to be joining us for the rest of show. >> wonderful. >> he can be yours. i think it may be a she actually. hold on. she. so this show is packed. i'm late because the elevator -- we got a lot coming up over this next hour. >> great to have you all here with us this tuesday morning.
[ applause ] >> michael, we know you're celebrating your birthday this week. >> yeah, george, yesterday i turned 21. and was going to continue because tomorrow is robin's birthday in that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> nice. >> 19 never looked so good. >> and holding and holding. thank you, happy birthday to you. >> happy birthday to you, future birthday. >> want a cookie. >> of course, i'll have a >> all right, good. they might have something to do with this story on taste. >> your favorite cookie. >> this is about how chocolate -- >> i better help you out. >> -- changes your how you hear music. >> you are correct, george. it's a new study, new study from oxford and belgium and talked about how you eat chocolate and you hear certain music, you have a different taste. your taste buds are different.
creamier if you're listening to slower, smoother songs. you want to put it to the test. >> let's play a little adele. ? hello ? ? i was wondering if after all these years you'd like to -- >> okay. >> got a little -- >> creamier. >> it felt smooth. >> okay. >> okay. >> get that out of your system. by the way you're welcome with e the chocolate tastes bitter if there were songs that had a little more edge to them. >> let's try it. ? baby baby baby oh ? ? baby baby baby oh ? ? baby baby baby ? >> are you guys all going to pretend this is changing the way you taste? come on. >> i'll be honest it tastes like chocolate to me either way. so the music is supposed to
smoother tasting, more rich. >> well, according to the belgium and oxford university. >> all tastes good to me. >> you know what -- >> i'm not complaining. good chock, good cookies. >> i think people wanted to just eat chocolate. >> have to keep it away from the doggie, you know. >> i do have something for us. look into my eyes. you never know you have a conversation with somebody and they can't continue to look at you. >> what do you mean? >> they break eye contact. and a lot of us when they do that, you -- offensive as if they're lying or not being honest with you. that's not the case. kyoto university did a study and what happens is eye contact distracts your brain from coming up with the next words you may need or when you're searching for words so it isn't offensive like i'm looking at you now but it's very hard not to stare at you, robin roberts but if someone is breaking eye contact it's because your brain needs a
what's coming up. >> makes total sense. when people stare at you too hard it's a little freaky. >> i do that sometimes on purpose. sometimes i'm talking with people and i'll just stare at them just to make them uncomfortable in it works. >> it does work. >> are you uncomfortable right now. >> a little bit. >> a little bit. >> okay, i like that. >> piercing. >> something to think about there. i'm excited. this next guest is one of our personal favorite, all know her and love you. she's book. kathy griffin's "celebrity run-ins." let's get kathy out here. ? [ applause ] >> hi! hem low. hello. hi, everybody. i'll have a double latte. help me, strahan. help me, i could go down like a house of cards. back together. thank god. >> not talking to you. >> hi. >> hi.
>> please take a seat. >> he'll help you. >> the chemistry is palpable between you two. >> that's right because i'm going to use your private parts like a bag at the gym. okay, first are you a little bit -- okay, you guys, this book -- that's my opener. that's the nicest thing i said to you. >> it actually is in at least a year. >> do you like it? >> absolutely. >> why you so mad at george. >> first of i stories about myself with famous people who have a lot of dark secrets and tell me things in private and then i put them in a book, all right. so i'm very -- >> i open up all the time. >> he's always calling for gossip, what's going on with the lohans? anyway, you know how he is. so i am very proud of this and wrote a book about all the celebrities i have met over the years that i didn't put in my act or they were unique run-ins so one i'm quite proud of is
you accidentally sent me an e-mail from yours like, hi, ellie, sweet, i have his e-mail so how long have i been torturing you? >> a long time, midnight. when she's going to bed i'm starting to get up. >> exactly. >> she randomly writes inappropriate things. >> like i'll write him an e-mail that says, hey, george, i'm going for a hike today. why are you asking? and then he is something outrageous it's on new year's eve or theage so he's always like lol, have a good day. >> terrified. >> but i'm going to catch him. one of these times. >> you bet. >> so many different -- i've seen your act many times. you do talk about people we hadn't heard before. one story made me laugh was jane fonda. >> yes. >> your opening line is jane fonda made me the worst quesadilla of my life.
meet my bucket list people like i'm proud of this. i don't know anything about the sports world, i apologize but i actually -- >> that means i'm safe. >> for now, easy, tiger. one thing i love when you're a comic. you meet an array of people so it's not just comics. i'm going to make this quick. i got to be friends with kareem abdul ya bar and proud myself because i wrote the joke he said at the democratic national convention so, "a," you wouldn't think kn that's like a weird reason to buy the book. he went out and said, hey, everybody, my name is michael jordan and i'm with her. he said the reason i'm saying that it's not like trump will know the difference and so i enjoy -- >> you wrote that. >> i did. it was on espn and everything. i was so excited. so then one of my joys is you know my 96-year-old alcoholic mother. >> oh, how is mom. >> she's drunk. and she's 96. what am i going to do?
send her to rehab with kanye. oh, my god. are you all over that. >> we did it this morning. >> what do you think. >> i think he likes attention? really. what do you think? >> what do you think are his psychological issues? >> she's digging. >> how dumb do i look? >> come on. all right. fine. so i got to -- one thing i love is my mom maggie is 96 years young and so she loves meeting celebrities so my friend gloria estefan, you heard all right, so gloria is doing this amazing concert at the hollywood bowl and i want to take my mom but my mom won't agree because my mom is afraid seal's get what's called the runs. when you're a senior citizen it's all about that. what? it's all about, so i took her backstage in a wheelchair, team estefan, emilio all met her and then my -- gloria devoted "young at heart" to my pom at the
and the kicker is that andy garcia was literally playing the bongos for one song like a big surprise so afterwards i introduced my mom to andy, a giant movie tar and turing to him going every band needs a drummer. so good for you for having a teddy job as the drummer. >> what about jane's quesadilla. >> we'll get into so much trouble. >> jane made moore a went through a horrible breakup. i panicked and called gloria steinem. what do you care about men, women are more important. i said i'm a wreck. can i come over? she let me like complain about men and how horrible they are. and she was super nurturing and sweet and made me a quesadilla and because it's jane fonda who is perfectly fit and never has cheese it was the worst of my life. it was just health like a
we have had such a good time with you guys but i know season 2 is coming up. highly anticipated. you are going to tell us, though, some fans can get an early look. >> right, we have a short form series that comes out on thanksgiving, november 24th. this thursday on -- >> the disney channel app. about six episodes and two to three minutes long. >> i know, jenna, you were in disney world recently and did a special. tell us about >> i did the disney parks presents and magical holiday sell brake and in that i got to surprise a family and, you know, "ride along 2"s with them and learn about their family. oh, yes, that is me with my co-star, but we got to surprise a very hard working family rewarded with a day in disney world for all of that hard work. >> so outstanding. we can't wait for "stuck in the middle" season two. >> season two. >> 2017. we're working on it right now. >> we have a lot of fun
the disney channel right now. >> all right. we'll look for that but for i'm meteorologist cindy fitzgibbon, bright out there, sunshine today but windy and cold, again, temperatures mostly sneaking up into the low 40s, we have another nice day tomorrow, if you are doing some traveling for the holiday, watch out, though, thanksgiving morning, a little light snow >> this weather brought to you -- i'll fling my hair one more time. so windy. >> ih not happening. a little too short. time now for our ultimate cranberry challenge where we ask viewers to send in their favorite -- yeah, give it up for that cranberry challenge. send in your favorite cranberry recipes and lee ann zech and tammy charles are going head-to-head to present their recipes for our sponsor ocean spray so welcome, ladies. welcome lee ann. welcome tami. >> tell me about your dish.
make 40 years ago and my kids whenever they were born they love it, beg for it every holiday season. so what we feed to do is this is a sweet side dish. so we're going to take our chopped up cranberries that you chopped in the food processor and add sugar and orange juice, this will be over -- you put this in the refrigerator overnight. >> overnight. >> this is what it looks like in the morning so in the morning you'll add dessert topping, marshmallow, crushed pineales back in the fridge and cranberry fluff is what you end up with. >> that looks incredible. >> it's fabulous. >> we have our judges over there. they're already over there -- i'm supposed to ask you to taste it. you are already digging in. you've already had a chance to taste it. what scores do you give the cranberry fluff? >> 4s, okay. a total of 12. okay. a total of 12. i like that. congratulations. >> tami, you're up. what is your dish?
>> i'm cold. >> i got the per feng thing to warm up up. >> warm me up. >> so this dish is a melding of the cultures in my family. my husband's late grandmother taught me how to make this dish. here's what it's made with. vegetables, butternut squash, caribbean spices. and some pasta and potatoes. one of these, not more, this is a scotch -- it gets hot. so the way i change it up is i add a thanksgiving aspect with some smoked star here is my cranberry relish. >> tell me about it. >> how do you make it. >> i pour in some ocean spray -- ooh. white cranberry juice and to that i add fresh cranberries, some chopped apples and some light brown sugar. all of it. if it wants to come out. >> got to do that. dig your hand. >> there you go. there you go. >> okay. and then you want to stir this
hear a little popping. after that when it's all done take a nice heaping spoonful of the relishment pop it on there and now you have a little heat, a little sweet and it's pure perfection. >> judges, what do you think? >> 3s. >> not bad. a total of 9 points. so our winner is lee ann. you and your fluff won. [ cheers and applause ] we do have a trophy for both of you actually. you both are you're going to get ocean spray worth $250. congratulations, i love when a good little challenge comes together and ends in love. everybody, thank you. thank you to ocean spray our sponsor and coming up our mission pawsible grand finale.
? and we are back now with our mission pawsible grand finale. we are honoring the incredible achievements our adoption class of 2016. before we meet our graduates, though, please let's take a quick look back at some of our highlights. we started with a simple goal to get as many dogs adopted as pawsible. our friends at north shore animal league helped us and from the very start, it was all paws on deck. >> all: good morning, america. >> good morning, america from all of us here at the santa fe animal shelterer. >> welcome to the greater birmingham humane society. >> reporter: with daily events, over 30 in total to mannequin challenges to halloween costumes
thousands upon thousands of live stream views bringing these adorable dogs into our hearts and homes. >> we got 70 senior dogs adopted. whoo-hoo! >> reporter: along the way we met unforgettable new friends. like 10-year-old senior beagle toby. he lost both of his parents and ended up at the pennsylvania spca. we're going to help you find your home. >> your fev home. then there's cocoa, a 7-year-old pomeranian with skin issues. >> super sweet boy. >> cocoa is now home and dancing for joy. mission pawsible. now, mission accomplished. [ cheers and applause ] everybody here, your dogs all have your diplomas, congratulations to the class of 2016. and now, michael, i believe it is time. >> it is time for the moment
all right. the tally for mission pawsible, may we have a drum roll, please. [ drum roll ] >> we have gotten forever homes for 5,047 dogs. [ cheers and applause ] >> dwlakss to the graduating class of 2016. >> and there is more work to do. including getting my hat back on my head. guys, we have to thank -- we have to thank north shore animal league america and a partnered with us to help us find these forever homes for the dogs. mission pawsible 2016 may be over but you can still adopt a new best friend. all you need to do is check out north shore animal league america. they're offering free adoptions on black friday. so, consider it. we can't thank you all enough. it has been such a treat and plan on us doing it again. >> thank you. you're the valedictorian of this class. we just got to say the way you've been pushing for this
first a look across the sky lineup, looking pretty good but cold. >> you have got it, and that wind is still active, still getting gusts over 20 miles per hour, we'll have the winds throughout the day, wind chills right now teens and 20s, and actual temperatures in the 30s now, we'll sneak up into the low 40s this afternoon so we're doing a bit better, lots of sunshine today, tomorrow looks great for traveling but on thanksgiving morning a little dusting of light snow, to mix with freezing drizzle before changing to showers, stays unsettled into the holiday weekend. get you out to the roads. good morning. fitchburg, the commuter rail, orange line has delays, and we're watching a crash here, if you are traveling four-door, accident by 290, 495 to 128, 30 to 35 minutes, and south of town, an accident cleared on the expressway, and still 35, braintree to boston and 93 slow, 128 to the lever connector. emily. >> all right, thank you, new clues in a deadly hit and run in chelsea. police say this video shows the car believed to have hit the 25-year-old victim in june.
2007-2009 silver toyota camry. police say it could have damage to the front driver's side. boston's beloved frog pond opening for the winter season today. every year thousands flock to the boston common landmark to skate on the ice. that pond open every day starting at 10:00, and today admission is free through 4:00 p.m. we're back at noon.
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