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please join me and vote yes on question 2. >> now at 7an elderly woman attacked in a violent invasion. >> anchor: donations destroyed. holiday toys go up in smoke on the cape. >> reporter: cool overnight tonight. turns milder in new england tomorrow. >> anchor: 1 week to go. donald trump and hillary clinton making a election day. >> just got to keep going. >> anchor: deadline day how pats are reacting to the jamie collins trade. >> anchor: a trick or treater getting more than candy. >> anchor: police with a warning for parents. >> 7 news at 7:00 starts now. >> anchor: first at 7 a developing story. police in sterling searching for suspects after a terrifying home invasion. detectives say 3 masked men tied
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off with cash and her car. >> anchor: that car has been found. tim caputo live in sterling with the developing details for us. >> reporter: that elderly woman was not hurt in this home invasion. good news this afternoon. this is the car stolen from that house earlier today. it has been recovered. you see on the doors of this car as well they tried to dust for fingerprints. no word on if they've gotten any hits. a 70-year-old tied up and robbed at knife men by 3 masked men. >> they told her they didn't want to hurt her. they wanted to know where the location where the safe was. there was no safe. >> reporter: they went into this large home at the end of a cul-de-sac around 10 this morning. >> 2 of them were slimmer.
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>> reporter: the victim was bound with duct tape and left on the floor of her bedroom. the suspects rummaged through the house before bolting with $1,000 cash and the victim's cadillac. >> she was remarkably calm. she was upset. i think the longer we stayed the more upset she got. she's doing well. she refused medical treatment. >> reporter: the cadillac was found by the highway hours te >> that's outrageous in broad daylight. >> it's horrifying i can't believe it even happened around here. >> reporter: that 70-year-old woman lives in her house with her husband. he was not home at the time of the attack earlier this morning. no word on the potential relationship between the victim and the suspects. that victim was targeted. tim caputo 7 news. >> anchor: over a deadly crash
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this was the scene on route 111 after 5:00 this evening. one person died. another was taken to the hospital in a helicopter. the cause of the crash is now under investigation. >> anchor: sky 7 over a serious accident in middleborough. one of the cars burst into flames. you can see the shell of the vehicle. when we tighten up there just torched. part of that road was shut down. another car also roll no word on what caused the crashes or if they might be connected. >> anchor: 7 news turning to your weather. chilly day in new england. so let's start with this evening what can we expect? check in with chief meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> reporter: the numbers back in the 40s. the city at 48. 39 norwood at 40. cool day. cool here in new england. you move out of new england 60s
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cincinnati 69. detroit at 71. you go from 40s to 60s you're going to go through weather. that is a warm front. it is generating clouds. no rain out of those clouds. the front edge of that milder air. that moves into new england overnight tonight. partly cloudy skies. not as cold tonight. the morning commute is dry. temps at 6 a.m. near 40. 20 degrees morning. 9:00 the numbers at 50 degrees. heading for the 60s. talk about that in a few minutes. >> anchor: we are following more news today the driver of the suv that hit a boston fire truck has been cited by police for failing to stop for an emergency vehicle. he heard the sirens but thought the emergency vehicles were behind him. donations destroyed when several trailers catch on fire at joint
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officials are trying to avoid holiday heart break for hundreds of military families. kelly o'hara reports. >> this is it. this is what is left. >> reporter: once filled with donated toys and gifts for little boys and girls. the cape cod man upon heads a charity that donates to military families on cape cod. cox's foundation the cape cod military support foundation for christmas. left with nothing. >> probably the biggest punch in the gut i've taken. i got 800 kids across the street in the gym. >> reporter: a possible fire is being blamed friday night. he didn't believe it until he laid eyes on this himself. you see from the video from last year's celebration how big of a deal the party is for service members families. whatever it takes he will
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>> there will be a christmas party for these kids. there will be toys in that gymnasium. i'll get it done. >> reporter: and hopefully he does get it done to make christmas happen for so many upon families. we of course put it on our website at go to one of the cooperative banks of cape cod and drop off a toy or donation there. >> anchor: a car fished out of the water in brockton dive teams responded to a report of a car in the water. not clear if anyone was in the car. it does appear the vehicle had been in that water for quite sometime. >> anchor: emergency crews rushed to a house fire in middleton this morning. you see the entire back side of that house engulfed in flames. luckily no one was injured. the cause of that fire under investigation.
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connection to a robbery. 2 men wearing masks robbed a gas station on winthrop street last night. police say they got away with an unknown amount of cash. >> anchor: a worcester man accused of robbing a couple at gun point. chad bishop is facing armed robbery charges after police say he stopped a couple he knew in their car pulled a gun on him and demanded cash. prosecutors say he has a history >> anchor: a report written by harvard's 2012 men's soccer team is under review. this document used lewd and explicit language to describe 6 female soccer players. those women are criticizing the scouting report written 4 years ago. harvard's office of general council will conduct an immediate review.
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election day. the candidates aren't wasting time. donald trump and hillary clinton are on the campaign trail and bringing out heavy hitters. brandon gunnoe with the story. >> reporter: hillary clinton fell behind in a major national poll. donald trump needs multiple swing states to make it to the white house. this race is getting close. one week ago hillary clinton looks like she was running away with the election. >> change is coming. i believe we are stronger together. >> reporter: but the latest abc news washington post tracking poll shows trump leading for the first time since may. more than 20 million have cast ballots across the country. >> the guiding rule of the political class in washington d.c. is that they are looking out only for themselves. >> reporter: donald trump is
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wisconsin after news that the fbi will examine another batch of emails potentially related to hillary clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state. the clinton campaign is complaining of a double standard. >> unquestionably this is going to be the nation's jeaned agenda for the entire time she is in office. >> reporter: bill clinton who mocked trump. >> i will repeal the health care law and i will replace it with something else that will be better bigly. >> reporter: meanwhile in washington both sides are pressuring the fbi to make public as much as possible the email probe before the election. >> anchor: massachusetts leaders weighing in on question 4 asking massachusetts voters to say no
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marijuana. cardinal o'malley speaking out against the ballot initiative today. >> i think a lot of people will vote for this not knowing the implications. so the more that the word gets out i think the better chance we have of turning it around. >> anchor: and today yes on 4 released this statement reading in part this is not a marijuana issue this is a social justice issue. let's instead legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana so we can tackle the opioid epidemic and end mass incarceration. >> anchor: the patriots reporting for practice. the pats keeping busy on this by week. it's the first practice since defensive star jamie collins was traded to cleveland. >> anchor: players feeling the impact of this deal. more from gillette. >> the next man up for the patriots defense.
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collins to cleveland monday. mat patricia said the team has moved on. >> won a championship with him. we're trying to take this week and get better. take a look at the things we've been doing so far in president first 8 games of the year. trying to make sure we do everything we can to win. >> reporter: many shocked about losing what they consider their best defensive player. they say this is part of business. >> we got a player just left so so the stats going to be what they are anyway. just got to keep playing. >> reporter: possible factors to trade collins surfaced. reports saying he wanted von miller money. specifically against the bills. when he allowed a big 28 yard run. this could be a message to a defense that's been average. ranked 14th in total defense.
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we have to make more plays. i have to make more plays. that's the way it needs to be. i played 11 years in the nfl. i know how this business is. i know that it is a business and it's a performance business. you have to perform. >> reporter: michael lombardi hinted that collins effort may have been an issue for belichick too. >> anchor: coming up next candy concerns. >> that's um, i -- i can't even believe that that happen. >> reporter: police want to know how a nip ended up in a child's candy bag. >> reporter: midweek forecast up next. >> anchor: and check out the patriot prank. the mask that's turning heads. sure did. doesn't that look real? happened in the locker room.
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you might be surprised who shows up. some businesses aren't who they say. they still want you to pay. how you can be sure you're not
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>> now on 7:00 a trick or treater gets a bag of trouble. >> 6-year-old had the trick or
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they found a bottle of vodka. >> anchor: and it's a trick or drink in walpole. a child got a nip of vodka in their goody bag. >> anchor: police have this warning to parents let's get that. >> this is a bottle of smirnoff green apple vodka in a nip bottle. >> reporter: this was found in a 6-year-old's halloween candy bag when he was trick or treating last >> the parents inspected the bag. when they were inspecting the bag they found the bottle of vodka inside it mixed with the candy and everything. >> i was shocked. this good street i lived here almost 50 years shocking. >> reporter: police say the child was trick or treating on vein streets in walpole. reminding parents to check children's halloween candy.
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child. called green apple. has a picture of an apple on it. they might think this was juice last night. >> reporter: kathryn and paul berk were careful to check their 9-year-old daughter's candy. >> that's horrible. i can't believe that happened. i just have to be vigilant with kid's candy. >> reporter: debbie veals was horrified to hear about this after children trick or treating in the same neighborhood last night. >> i didn't see anything last night. i didn't do a thourough check but i went through again after i saw that on facebook. >> reporter: they urge anyone with information to give them a call. in walpole byron barnett 7 news. >> anchor: 48 degrees outside now. a heavy sweater light jacket or maybe more even. >> anchor: i don't know it seems
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warm up a bit. >> reporter: you could get away with that puffy coat this morning. i would go back to early october wardrobe. in the mid 50s with your morning low at 42. that's the second step jr. this morning in the 30s. by the end of the month the normal high for boston is 47. the average low is 34. hottest we've been in a temperature of 83. it's there screaming at the graphic. typically the city does average snow in the month of november. we don't have snow in the forecast this week. it was cold enough this morning. norwood down to 23. boston a low of 34. nashua 27. right now in the 40s. jaffrey 39. nantucket at 46. out of new england though it was a nice warm day.
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we are heading for the 60s. when you go from the 40s into the 60s and 70s there's weather to be had. clouds and showers and storps. these fronts warm and cold they generate all the clouds and the showers as do the storms. as the front moves through new england overnight tonight there will be clouds out there. no rain from those clouds. tomorrow is a mild day. temps tomorrow afternoon head for the middle and upper 60s. day. band of rain late in the day thursday evening. that's tied to a cold front. we are also back into november chill. for tonight not as cold. temps between 40 and 46. tomorrow is a milder day. temps tomorrow morning will be in the 40s. as we work through the day the numbers reach the mid and upper 60s. again tomorrow 65.
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merrimac valley upper 60s. barry at 65. out to the cape edgar town at 61. so there's tomorrow for you. thursday morning sun clouds number the afternoon. rain does arrive late in the day on thursday. not until 4 or 5:00 from that cold front. it will be a narrow band of showers pressing through southern new england late thursday afternoon thursday evening. skies clear out thursday night. upper 40s. for the weekend sunshine saturday and sunday. this is the weekend we fall back and so those sun sets are earlier. with sunshine both weekend days low to mid 50s. see you at 11:00. >> anchor: how about this pregnant manatee making its way home. first rescued from the cold waters off the coast of the cape in september.
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connecticut to recover before she was flown to sea world in orlando. tagged washburn before releasing her today. i thought she was going to live at sea world. she is free at last. >> anchor: out in the deep dark ocean. channeling his inner edelman. it is a mask that had much pats joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and
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with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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evit takes money away from the, regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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>> anchor: now on 7 at 7:00 a patriot prank at gillette stadium. >> anchor: pats defensive and kris long poking fun at julian edelman. >> excuse me. [laughing]. >> who are you? >> who are you? >> anchor: long took questions from the media after pracce pretending to be edelman. head phones around his neck celebrating halloween a day late. >> anchor: the tattoo sleeve might have given it away. >> anchor: i love edelman's
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics.
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