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>> now at 7 state of emergency. >> a deadly and destructive hurricane roaring up the coast. >> we need everybody to consider evacuating. >> reporter: this storm is on a dangerous path. >> anchor: also at 7 a car barrels into a local library. >> anchor: 7 news goes one on one with bernie sanders. >> anchor: off the field into surgery. as tom brady returns another pats qb on the road to recovery. >> 7 news at 7:00 starts now. >> anchor: the storm is churning north. south carolina bracing for damaging wind and rain. a live look right now at myrtle beach south carolina. still very intense.
emergency and matthew is surging on. daytona beach area was rocked by the storms strongest bands. so we begin now with a report from that area. >> reporter: hurricane matthew is lashing florida. the eye hugging the coastline as it moves north. heavy rain, violent winds and dangerous storm surge that could reach up to 11 feet. >> we are very concerned about the worst effects are likely to come. >> reporter: the ocean pushed inland. >> we should back away. >> yeah, i know. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands are without power after matthew started it's assault overnight. south florida was spared major damage. flore florians he'ded warnings.
of florida. >> we're on the front end of this hurricane. we're not on the back end. we don't know how bad the damage could end up. >> reporter: georgia and south carolina bracing for the impact. land fall near charleston is a possibility. >> our barrier islands. the concern now is the fact that we need people to move. >> reporter: the governor warning those evacuate time is running out. >> at that point it will start to be too late for anyone to evacuate. we would encourage all of you to take shelter somewhere above ground. this is going to hurt. >> reporter: millions of people still in the path of the storm as matthew churns in the atlantic. >> anchor: and that was sarah rosario reporting live from daytona beach. this is video from saint augustine.
to evacuate. alex deprado here with more on that. >> reporter: officials urged people in northern florida to evacuate. some have stayed. storm surge in hurricanes is usually the biggest killer. >> how many kids are in there? 20. >> reporter: in saint augustine 20 adults and children are surrounded by water at an inn. the grp >> we have been in contact with them. they told us they don't wish to have any assistance. at this point in time none of our first responders are going out in the storm. >> reporter: other parts of the coastal city have been inundated with water. storm surge is a major concern in palm coast near jacksonville sea water is pushed up against homes. glass doors the only thing
in daytona beach the high winds blew part of a roof off a building. those winds pushing water over a sea wall at the hilton resort. nearby storm surge has gone over the beach and into the bathroom. officials say it is the biggest killer. >> we tend to talk about wind and the power outages. it is about the damaging and life threatening storm surge that we're going to see in the >> reporter: only once the storm passes and the water recedes will emergency crews respond to calls. right now they say it is simply too dangerous. alex deprado 7 news. >> anchor: the eye wall came dangerously close to the city of jacksonville. >> anchor: the stores took a beating as matthew closed in and moved in. in savannah georgia with more on the conditions there. scott. >> reporter: good evening.
it won't come until the early hours. we are starting to get a sense of what hurricane matthew can do. this is the water front area in savannah. it's getting dark. it's hard to see. you see the wind whipping up. the water cascading down toward the river. things here if there's anything working for savannah the tide is actually going down. what's working against it the high tide will come around 2:00 this morning. that's when hurricane is expected to get closer. most people in this area have left for obvious reasons. they've been told to evacuate. 75% of those people have heeded those warnings. i've run into a dozen people here saying they're going to hunker down and ride out this storm. >> anchor: i hope everyone is safe there. >> anchor: starting to move closer to georgia.
storm. going top hit south carolina after that i'm sorry. >> reporter: georgia right now. it's moving northeast northeast of jacksonville florida. there's the eye. thankfully the eye wall which contains the strongest winds off shore. we had concerns that the eye wall would ride up interstate 95. with that a lot of wind and rain. in saint augustine they're out of the rain shield. jacksonville not far out of the tropical moisture into georgia as well as south carolina. and the storm surge is the real concern moving forward. the storm is going to weaken. there is the wind concern and a heavy rain fall concern. the storm surge jacksonville north, brunswick, savannah, north of charleston 4 to 6'. what is storm surge? when you have the hurricane moving over the water generating
the sea level surface up. as that risen sea level surface approaches the coastline it inundates the coastline. the wave action from the strong winds also continues to pile water from the shoreline inland. after that the storm looks like it is just off shore from myrtle beach south carolina east of wilmington north carolina. this loop around advertised to this is not a 1, 2 punch. by the time is gets back to the bahamas will have winds to 15 miles an hour. >> anchor: download the latest from the 7 news mobile app. >> anchor: more news today. police in orange are on the hunt for murder suspects. an elderly man murdered in his home. his wife badly injured.
of the couple attacked during a home invasion in the town of orange wednesday night. they were found the next morning when a home health aide stopped in. >> that must have awful all through the night. >> reporter: thomas hardy was killed during the attack. >> he was always a hard worker and he's a good to everybody. and everybody loved him. he was a mountain climber. he climbed every mountain in new england. >> reporter: as healthy and active as joanna fisher was in a wheelchair and needs assistance. she describes what their family describes as a violent and vicious attack. >> a man and a woman come in and stabbed them both. killing him. they thought she was dead you know. she's paralyzed from a stroke and she couldn't move. >> reporter: clean up crews entered the crime scene on river street today. the district attorney's office
2003 gray toyota corolla stolen during the invasion. joanna's son is leaving it top police. >> they are obviously cowards. i can't to meet them. >> reporter: fisher was taken to u mass medical center in worcester. she's doing okay. >> anchor: a car slammed into the bellingham library this morning. a woman behind the wheel. witnesses told police she was accelerated and went barreling through the wall. the library was open at the time of the incident. nobody was hurt. the driver and passenger were treated at the scene. >> anchor: 32 days until voters voice their choice for president. new campaign controversy for donald trump. leaked video recordings of him making lewd comments about women back in 2005. >> i moved on her actually.
i moved on her and failed. i did try to [beep]. she was married. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful. like a magnet. i go either way. when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> anchor: trump's comments were recorded while he was taping an interview for access hollywood. called out bill clinton saying he sa course. >> anchor: weekend warriors getting set for a show down. clinton supporters in new hampshire feeling the bern with bernie sanders to support the campaign. you sat down with senator sanders today. >> reporter: senator sanders finished speaking at nashua community college. now he's saying vote for senator clinton instead of himself. bernie sanders rallying up
we sat down one on one with sanders before the rally. why do this? why campaign for hillary? >> it's imperative that donald trump not being elected president. hillary clinton should be elected. >> reporter: weapon the help of millennials bernie sanders won the primary in a land slide. voters saw their votes disregarded by a rigged super delegate the candidate who behind closed doors mocked his supporters. what do you say about that? >> i say it's a lie. >> reporter: a 4 point margin of error. it's called dead evening. feeling the bern can also mean voting for hillary. >> donald trump wants to give huge tax upon breaks to wealthy people in this country. beings that change is a hoax.
would look at what secretary clinton was saying and vote for them. >> reporter: leading up to sunday night's debate. brandon gunnoe 7 news. >> anchor: live in st. louis on sunday for that debate. catch reports here on 7 news. >> anchor: on the news station. on the shelve the pats rookie quarterback jacoby brissett under going surgery.
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>> anchor: ready for his season debut. another quarterback suspect solided for surgery. >> anchor: and dan hausle has the latest on the pats from gillette. >> reporter: the sight of tom brady back at practice may get fans excited. coach bill belichick says he expects players to keep their cool and do their jobs. >> the fans. just try to do compete. >> reporter: belichick suspect lowering expectations from what fans can expect from brady coming back after 4 weeks away from organized practices. shouldn't be surprised if brady has to shake off rust after deflate gate suspension. >> it's hard for a player whose not playing football to practice football. i don't care how many sit ups you do. >> reporter: the quarterback who
jacoby brissett headed for surgery on his injured hand. hand injured in the houston game where he led the pats to victory. and played again in the bills game when the pats had no other easy choices for quarterback until brady's return. he's been a regular on that in past seasons. and julian edelman added to the report. reason top weapons as well. dan hausle 7 news. >> anchor: 7 news is taking you live to cleveland for brady's return. trey daerr will have live reports from the stadium this weekend. >> anchor: look at myrtle beach south carolina. it's dark out there now. the storm there churning up the coast. >> anchor: the question is where exactly is it headed next.
>> reporter: moving north at 12 miles per hour. saint augustine in the clear. jacksonville is next to clear out of the storm. we focus our attention farther north up into georgia. brunswick georgia, savannah, bew fort south carolina, charleston south carolina. as the rain continues to work in. flood warnings in effect for several hours. not only because of the rain but the coastal flooding. the storm surge which we talked about the newscast. here's the rain fall forecast. when you get several miles inland anticipate inland flooding. a nasty situation for the folks down there across georgia south carolina and portions of north carolina. here in new england low 60s now. the city at 63. what a delightful fall day with mostly clear skies. a larger view here.
of the hurricane up through virginia and pennsylvania. at the same time we have a cool front sliding east over the great lake states. what will happen over the weekend as the cool front moves east it will grab moisture from pennsylvania and you could make the case that some of that moisture is from matthew. you'd lose the argument if you said matue is heading our way. it's not. we will anticipate clouds to show up tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow is not today. the daylight hours tomorrow are dry. showers coming at us tomorrow night. i thought the cool front would keep on moving on sunday. that doesn't happen. it slows down. there's going to be scattered showers and on and off light rain the closer to the front you are. back through the medad nocregion you're far from the front.
go the most likely top stay dry. everyone gets back into gorgeous sunshine. the holiday weekend not bad tomorrow. the warmest of the 3. monday the brightest of the 3. sunday a clunker with a lot of clouds and showers along the coastline. boston beverly might be able to move these out here sunday afternoon. light rain on the cape, the south shore and the south coast. and up in the lakes region where the foliage popped over the last several days. in the 50s after that with the fall foliage near peek in the mount washington valley. as we look towards the next couple of days low 70s. sunday there may be a sunday shower in the topsfield region. red sox taking on the indians
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latest path. we will have team 7 coverage on that storm. >> anchor: a scary situation for the southeast. we'll keep an eye on it. thank you for joining us. i'm jadiann thompson. >> anchor: i'm ryan schulteis. it's supposed to hit there later tonight. live reports will have you covered at 7 news at 10:00 and
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