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we begin today with breaking news out of ohio. an attack at ohio state university a suspect is now dead. the scene we're told is now clear but classes are canceled for the day. >> many students reported hearing gunfire on campus. let's get to dan hausle with the latest. >> that all clear sign came about 25 minutes ago. there are reports a suspect was shot and killed by police and the fire department said seven people were taken to local
tweet just after 10:00 warning of an active shooter situation in a classroom building. students were told to run, hide, fight, a standard warning in this situation. armed police responded. one report says police shot and killed a gunman. cnn quotes a source saying the suspect mostly used a knife and car in the attack. no word on if there might be more suspects. in phone calls from hiding places some hearing gunshots. two taken to the hospital are in stable condition. no word on the others. as many as at nine were taken to the hospital and there are several reports a suspect is dead. one report says shot and killed by police who continue to investigate. within the last half hour they tweeted all clear and lifted the shelter in place but announced all classes have been canceled for the rest of the day. live in the newsroom, dan
get them. >> christa: now breaking news out of brockton, the victim in last week's hit and run has died. this happened friday morning just as a group of people was crossing the street outside of a popular bar. >> sarah: the driver has turned himself in. jennifer eagan is live in brockton with the latest developments. >> reporter: sad update, the district attorney's office tells us the 25-year-old victim passed away from his injuries this morning. detectives believe they've identified the driver and they say that person turned himself in to state police for questioning. that man is not being identified right now until charged. but police believe he was behind the wheel of a 2012 jaguar friday morning around 1:30. witnesses told police the victim, 25-year-old sergio lasonna was crossing the street outside the spot nightclub when struck. the driver did not stop. people rushed to the victim's
hospital in boston where he died this morning. right now the d.a. office is not identifying the driver. they're working out possible charges right now but the driver has turned himself in in this case. we're live in brockton, jennifer eagan, 7news. >> sarah: a car burst into flames after crashing into a logan express bus. three people were injured and taken to the hospital. victoria warren has the details. >> reporter: the crash haed morning. the car tee boning the bus. three people went to the hospital and there was a pretty big fuel spill. a car on fire, chelsea firefighters raced to the scene after this terrible crash on eastern avenue. the car with four people inside t-boned a logan express bus. >> the nature of the accident, the car hit a bus and where the section of the bus it hit happen
the car burst into flames, all four people got themselves out despite being hurt. >> three of those passengers were transported with injuries to local hospitals. one passenger declined medical treatment. >> the injuries not life-threatening and the crash caused a second major problem, 120 gallons of fuel gushing from the bus, some finding its way into two storm drains. the chelsea fire department working with clean harbors for >> we estimate 20-30 gallons leaked into the storm drains so that's -- we're in the process of making sure those storm drains are pumped out. >> reporter: just within the last hour, they finished pumping those storm drains out so that's good news. as for the cause of the crash in the first place that's something that remains under investigation. live in chelsea, victoria warren, 7news. >> christa: a swampscott man indicted for a crash in east
to court. two tourists died in the crash. let's head to steve cooper live at suffolk superior court with more. >> reporter: so three months after that violent crash, that driver who police say was speeding at the time and was drunk at the time faced a judge here. >> steven beerenbalm pleads not guilty to several charges including two vehicle homicide while under the influence. >> he struck the rear of the shuttle at a minimum of 76 miles an hour. >> the 27-year-old was speeding and had a blood alcohol level nearly twice the legal limit when it plowed into a shuttle van outside the ted williams tunnel. five people were in the shuttle, two passengers both from texas were thrown from the van and pronounced dead at the scene. >> were you drunk?
didn't you hear? >> beerbalm wasn't talking before posting $5,000 cash bail but his story that another car hit his isn't true. >> after review of the video evidence as well as other statements there's been no evidence a third vehicle was involved in the crash. >> did you say another car hit you? >> no, he has no comment at this point. >> they said in court another car hit him. >> we have no comment. i'm not going to comment on the evidence. >> so no car hit him. evidence. i did not say that, you said that. >> reporter: beerbalm has been ordered by the judge not to drive until the case is resolved. he returns to court early next year. live in boston this afternoon, steve cooper, 7news. more breaking news. a new hampshire mother who overdosed in a store in massachusetts will be facing charges. mandy mcgowen appeared in lawrence district court today.
store aisle. her toddler was seen trying to wake her up. we'll be arraigned on one count of child endangerment. >> the president-elect revisiting his election win. >> mr. trump making claims of voter fraud in several states, including new hampshire, just as a recount bid is launched. let's go to kris anderson with more. >> president-elect trump tweeted out his feelings about potential voter fraud saying millions of people voted illegally.th candidate jill stein is pushing for recount in three other states as well. president-elect donald trump back in new york city taking to twitter with voter fraud allegations over the weekend. in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions who voted illegally. he offered no evidence to support the claim and didn't clarify who he believes voted illegally but he specified where
writing serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire, california. so why isn't the media reporting on this? serious bias. big problem. it didn't take long for granite state lawmakers to respond. tom rath, who opposed trump tweeted this will probably cost me a spot in the cabinet but there was no fraud in new hampshire. there just wasn't. a spokesperson from for senator-elect the tweet is unsubstantiated. >> this was a hack-riddled election and on top of that, our voting machines are very open to hacking. >> the president-elect's chief of staff fighting back. >> this is a fundraising, notoriety driven fraud by a person who won 33 thousand votes
>> hillary clinton's campaign lawyers didn't uncover any evidence of hacking. live in the news courtroom, kris anderson. >> sarah: celebrations at miami international airport after the first commercial flight flew direct to havana, cuba. the flight took off this morning and landed about 8:30 local time. there had been charter flights to other provinces since september but this is the first direct flight in more than 50 fidel castro. there will be a simultaneous 21 gun salute in havana as well as santiago. cubans will pay respects throughout the country at different memorials today and tomorrow. a public mass will be in revolution plaza in havana on tuesday night. castro died friday at the age of 90. the country on the third day of mourning.
alcohol sales suspended and flags at half staff. >> christa: a fourth quarter come back but the pats secured their ninth win of the season. tom brady putting up another career milestone. his late pass making the difference in his 200th win. he shook off the injury from last week. >> sarah: even though the jets gave them all they could handle they improved to >> it was a great win for our team. we didn't play as well as we wanted to, but we made the plays when we needed to. >> tom brady downplaying another career landmark, tied atop the nfl record book for wins by a quarterback. >> it's a lot about him and what he's been able to do with the franchise. that's the quarter's job, to win. >> i've had a lot of great
it never gets old. >> win 200 was in question until late when rob gronkowski was out, suffering a back injury. >> how would you -- >> i don't know. >> malcolm mitchell stepped up and delivered with the game on the line. >> into the end zone zone, malcolm mitchell. >> durrell played over the top and we did a good job, he made the catch and zone. >> i might have been praying on the field that we get another chance to put our team in a position to win. >> mitchell's touchdown capping off brady's day, appearing to play through quite a bit of pain, also becoming only the fifth player to throw for 60,000 yards. >> i try to show up and do my best and like i said, i don't think everyone's feeling great this time of year. you do the best you can do and i'll try to do the same this
was the 200th win for tom brady. it was the 500th win for the patriots franchise. in foxboro, john cuoco, 7news. >> giselle bundchen celebrated the accomplishment. she posted this on twitter, congrats on your 200 wins, lovey. of course brady celebrating with another fake newspaper on facebook, this time he channeled harry potter. he is dressed as theul wizard while voldemort is a jets fan reading pats vanquish jets. >> christa: coming up, a fight for the flag, why hunts are protesting -- hundreds are protesting on a college campus in massachusetts. we have wet weather coming up. that after the break. >> sarah: we continue to follow breaking news out of ohio. at ohio state university, one person is dead, several other
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>> christa: a funnel cloud caught on camera in nebraska. the tornado was reported sunday afternoon. the storm caused minor damage to farm buildings. it knocked down power lines but no one was hurt. it sounds like part of less intense. >> sarah: let's send it over to ren. >> it's not a moisture starved system but in terms of stormy weather that stays to the south, today, gorgeous weather for your cyber monday so don't spend all day indoors. enjoy because we're looking at wet weather tuesday and we stay soggy into thursday, clearing
right now mostly sunny skies. the cape has seen additional clouds here this morning, ocean effect. those are scooting out. it's not breezy, it's quite comfortable today so hopefully you can enjoy. we're 43 in medford, 45 in providence and p-town in the low 40s. we're consistently around our seasonable temperatures around normal highs for this time of year. high pressure is in command of the weather today but we have a warm front moving in from thewe weather that's been out that way. as we head into tomorrow we're looking at the likely chance for rain showers. this is moderate to heavy rainfall at times and consistently through southern new england. by the time you head home from work, we're dealing with moderate to heavy rainfall, especially tomorrow afternoon and early evening. it refs up into your day tomorrow. this wraps up quickly. that scoots out. a fast-moving front.
break, drying out briefly. our next system actually approaches, low pressure builds to the northwest and brings another round of rain, especially as we head into wednesday afternoon through wednesday night into thursday morning. when exactly we dry out, models are playing with that but it looks like it's primarily wednesday afternoon into wednesday night and wrapping up early thursday morning. here's a look at rainfall totals, by tomorrow night a lot of us will have aal wednesday, you can see the rainfall totals go to almost 2 inches for many locations. by the end of the workweek, we're chipping away at the deficit significantly with a couple additional inches of rainfall, locally 3 inches for spots that see heavier rain. a chance for rain tomorrow and wednesday, mostly wednesday afternoon into thursday morning, drying out into the thursday forecast. highs in the mid 40s with lows tonight similar to this morning.
that's west of the 495 loop and some of us in the low 30s in boston. the forecast shows mild temperatures. by tomorrow, back to the 50-degree mark and we stay there through thursday. >> sarah: still ahead, the search is on for this woman accused of tossing hot tea at a dunkin' donuts employee. >> christa: then who did it better? that's what you have to decide after watching bri eggers taking on a former patriots greatly, troy brown, in a different kind of food fight. breaking news out of ohio state university as you take a live look at the active scene there. there were reports of gunshots this morning. classes have now been canceled. one person is dead, several others injured. we'll continue to update you on
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it's time for who did it better and this week we're feeling the >> bri eggers and patriots legend troy brown head to burtons grill and ham to see who is better at blocking the food fumbles. you have to decide who did it better. >> this week's challenge on who did it better, i'm with patriots legen troy brown. this is so exciting at burtons. it looks like we're getting in the kitchen. >> we're going to mix it up and try to take you down. >> can you stand the heat?
check the ticket to see if what's about to be served matches the customer's order. >> we'll see who can do it better and you get to be the judge so we're going to start. >> you're up. >> i didn't get lunch. >> here it comes. >> oh. >> let's go, guys, people are waiting, people are waiting. hold on, lemon -- they got the wrong plate with a tomato allergy. tom brady has analogy to mediterranean chicken. this one's wrong too. >> what is that? >> no guacamole. >> oh ... >> busted. >> we have a gluten free dish on a square plate. >> i thought you were going to miss that. >> you can try one for quality and purposes. >> it tastes like onion strings. >> i'm winning right now. tick up, table 111. >> that was very nice. >> i was winging it.
>> way better. >> there are hungry people out here. checking my ticket. first rule, read the entire ticket. >> chicken on a round plate means it's not gluten free. we have a medium rare gluten free max burger, maximum deliciousness. i got a square plate, i can spot gluten from a kitchen away. i got to clean up my plate. delicious, eat all your >> jadiann: table 222. two of them, order up. >> jadiann: i'm glad you show me how it was done. the score was close, troy missed five things, i missed four. i think you tolerated the heat, didn't have to get out of the kitchen, went really well. how do you think it went? >> i started off slower. i felt like i made some progress
we had a fantastic coach so that helped but it's not up to us. it might come down to a popularity contest then i know whose going to win. you get to decide, who did it better? >> that's right, at bri said it's up to you, our viewers, to decide. >> all you have to do is head to whdh.com and we'll have your results tomorrow. beginning at 6:00 a.m. >> coming up next on 7news, brockton police found the driver this as the victim just died. >> christa: the all clear has been given at ohio state university where earlier today, there was an active shooter situation. we understand from reports that police have shot and killed the gunman but not before as many as nine people were injured. one of them critically. we'll be right back with the
on line shoppers can expect to see deals on toys, electronics, video games, books and other items. electronics tend to be a big seller. amazon says so far the most watched deal has been the mermaid tail blanket. >> sarah: i see pictures with that all the time. >> christa: i said who would possibly buy that? five people said i would >> sarah: 7news continues, we continue to follow breaking news after reports of gusts at ohio state university. one person has died, several others are injured. classes have been canceled for the rest of the day.
university earlier today. several people are hurt, a suspect is now reportedly dead. right now the scene is clear and classes are canceled for the rest of the day. >> many students reported hearing gunfire on campus. dan hausle has the latest on the investigation. >> a suspect is dead and new reports say many of the those injured in the attack have stab wounds and injuries from being hit by a vehicle. other injuries evaluated. ohio university sent out a tweet. this is live but 10:00 this morning there was a tweet of an active shooter situation in a classroom on campus. students were told to run, hide, fight, a standard warning in an active shooter situation. heavily armed police responded. one report says police shot and killed a gunman. cnn says the suspect used a knife and car in the attack.
students stuck in classrooms used chairs to block doorways. in phone calls from hiding places some students reported hearing gunshots. >> it's very hectic, there's like 40 cop cars, everyone's very frantic and all the s.w.a.t. teams are getting together and comes are still pulling up. >> reporter: those police remain on the scene investigating despite the fact the university has put out an all clear tweet. it is the rest of the day have been canceled. but right now the shelter in place order has been lifted. local hospitals say they're treating eight people with non-life-threatening injuries. again, a suspect is killed after an active shooter situation at ohio state university campus. all classes for the rest of the day have been canceled. >> sarah: we'll continue to monitor develops from ohio state
we get them. >> christa: we have more breaking news. in brockton, the victim in last week's hit and run has died. this happened friday morning just as a group of people was crossing the street outside of a popular bar and it was caught on camera. police say of the driver of the car turned himself in. state police are not releasing his name. a new hampshire mother who overdosed in a store will face charges. mandy court. her overdose was filled in a store i'll, her toddler frantically trying to wake her up. also, on 7, a car burst into flames after crashing into a logan express bus. three people injured until the crash, all were taken to the hospital. victoria warren has more from chelsea. >> reporter: car on fire, chelsea fighters raced to the scene after this terrible crash on eastern avenue.
t-boned a logan express bus. >> the nature of the accident, the car hit a bus and where the section of the bus that it hit happened to be where the fuel tank was. >> luckily in the moments before the car burst into flames, all four people got themselves out despite being hurt. >> three of those passengers were transported with injuries to local hospitals. one passenger declined medical treatment. >> the injures not caused a second major problem, 120 gallons of fuel gushing from the bus, some into two storm drains. the fire department worked with clean harbors for hours. >> we estimate 20-30 gallons leaked into the storm drains so that's -- today we're in the process are making sure the storm drains are pumped out. >> they have since finished cleaning those storm drains out and that's good news. as for the cause of the crash,
under police investigation. in chelsea, victoria warren, 7news. >> christa: police are searching for an unhappy customer who allegedly threw scalding hot tea as a dunkin' donuts employee. the whole thing happened earlier this month but they're just releasing photo of the woman. she was unhappy with her service so she threw the hot tea with seriously burned the worker. the incident took place in the dunkin' donuts at dudley square and the suspect f battery with a dangerous weapon. >> sarah: the president-elect seems to be putting everything on hold while he revisits his election win. >> christa: he's making claims of voter fraud in several states, including new hampshire just as a recount bid is launched. >> president-elect trump tweeted out his feelings about potential voter fraud saying millions of people voted illegally. this comes as green party
states. president-elect donald trump back in new york city taking to twitter with voter fraud allegations over the weekend. in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions to voted illegally. the president-elect offered to evidence to support the claim and didn't clay clarify who he believes voted illegally. i wrote serious voter fraud california so why isn't the media reporting on this? serious bias, big problem. it didn't take long for granite state lawmakers to respond. former attorney general thomas rath, who opposed trump tweeted this will probably cost me a spot in the cabinet but there was no fraud, serious or other, in this election in new hampshire. there just wasn't. a spokes person for maggie
instant why has the cons verity started by jill stein. >> this was a hack-riddled election. on top of that our voting machines are very open to hacking. >> the president-elect's chief of staff fighting back. >> this is a fundraising notoriety driven fraud by a person who won 33,000 votes in wisconsin to president-elect trump who won 1.4 million. >> in a statement, hillary clinton's campaign lawyers s they didn't uncover any evidence of hacking. live in the newsroom, kris anderson. celebrations at miami international airport after the first commercial flight flew direct to havana, cuba. it took off this morning and landed about 8:30 local time. there have been charter flights to other cuba provinces but this was the first direct in more than 50 years. this days after the death of
gun salute in the capital of havana as well as san tag owe. cubans will pay respects at different memorials today and tomorrow. a public mass will be in revolution plaza on tuesday night. castro died friday at the age of 90. the country on its third day of official mourning. baseball games canceled, nightclubs suspended and flags are at half staff. >> christa: hundreds are gathering in amherst to fight for the u.s. flag after hampshire college removed the symbol of patriotism from their campus so veterans and relatives, students and locals coming together to voice their concerns. freedom is not free, the lesson hundreds much veterans, families and friends and local residents hope to teach students at
they have a right to do that. i'm here to defend their right to do that, however i want them to understand how seriously that hurts me. >> star-spangled yet waves ? >> hundreds gathered to show their support of the american flag and what it stands for after the college removed the flag on campus earlier this week following the presidential election results, a decision by the college that outraged many. i got hurt and spent time at walter reed, hanscom air force base. i came home and there's no way i'll let anybody take down the flag. it means a lot to me and my brothers. >> people came from all over new england to attend. the news upset springfield's mayor who stood in solidarity with veterans. >> for the students and president and board of trustees, the opportunities they have
sacrificed, this flag. not to fly the flag on this campus, if you were in some other countries, it would be handled very differently. >> protests remain peaceful with the exception of one incident when protesters went to take a group photo. one man sat until the middle making obscene gestures. >> so the college's president did not attend the demonstration but he said the decision to remove the flag was to create a differing opinions. >> sarah: jury selection in the trial of the man accused of killing nine people in a south carolina church continues today. dylann roof was found competent to stand trial on friday. and the judge today has granted roof's motion to represent himself. authorities say roof opened fire in mother emmanuel aim church in 2015 to start a race war. he face 33 federal charges and prosecutors say they will seek
>> christa: a united airlines jet was forced to make an unplanned landing due to a disorderly passenger. the flight was heading from chicago to hong kong. the man tried to enter the cockpit. he told officials he was taking several types of medication. >> sarah: the u.s. army corset a deadline for american indians and others to evacuate the protesting line. they said closed to the public starting december 5 due to safety concerns. protesters have fought for months fearing the pipeline will bring -- the authorities stated they will not evict due to free speech but anyone seen after the deadline will be likely prosecuted. >> tom brady putting up another career milestone. his late touchdown pass making
200th win of his career. he shook off the injury that kept him from practice last week. >> even though the jets gave them all they could handle they improved to 9-2 with the heart fought win. >> it was a grated -- great win for our team. we didn't play as well as we wanted to. but we made the plays when we needed to. >> tom brady downplaying another career record book for wins by a quarterback. >> it says a lot about him and what he's been able to do for the franchise. that's what a quarterback's job is, to win. >> i've had a lot of great support over the years. hopefully we'll keep winning. never gets old. >> win 200 was surprisingly in question until late with rob gronkowski out for most of the game suffering a back injury.
>> malcolm mitchell stepped up. >> malcolm mitchell, that's a pate touchdown. >> durrell played over the top of it and we did a good job breaking flat and malcolm made a nice catch. >> i might have been praying on the field that we get another chance to make a play and put the our team in a position to win. >> the touchdown capped off brady's day, the day the qb appeared to be playing in quite a 5th player to throw for 16,000 yards. >> i do my best and i don't think everyone's feeling great this time of year so you do the best you can do. and i'll try to do the same this week. >> so how about this, yesterday was the 200th win for tom brady. it was the 500th win for the patriots franchise. in foxboro, john cuoco, 7news. >> sarah: we have a.
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>> i haven't either, only peered from the inside out. it's nice compared to tomorrow. sounds like a rainy one. >> that's right. but it could be snowing. we're almost to december here and we're talking about very mild weather. seasonable actually. plenty of sunshine and temperatures will warm as we head into the week. first, right now we're largely in the mid 40s, 44 in norwood, 43 in bedford, orange the low 40s but they warmed up from 22 this morning. so we s this morning but we're all heading to the mid 40s with plenty of sunshine. the cape having lost a lot of cloud cover they've seen as well so everybody's enjoying the sunshine. as we head into the overnight, cloud cover thickness as a warm front pushes into new england bringing wet weather. we're not looking at a moisture starved system. last week we saw drizzle, this week appreciable appraisal
showers in southern new england. we could see rain on the way to work. we're seeing that during the lunch hour. as you head home from work, a moderate chance -- to heavy rainfall when the intensity peaks. as we head into the rest of your forecast, you can see we have mostly cloudy skies into wednesday but we briefly dry out wednesday morning. then a secondary system pulls through wednesday afternoon so wedding a setting round moisture. both systems will bring moisture to southern new england. a look at the totals, tuesday evening, a lot of us will have anywhere from a quarter inch of rain up to three quarters of an inch of rain then it tapers off for us, briefly dry out. by thursday morning after the second system pulls through, we're talking about two inches of rain for many locations. around an inch and a half for some and locally a couple spots with three inches of rainfall so
dry today, the likely chance for showers tomorrow as the first system pulls through. as the second system pulls through we're talking mostly wednesday afternoon through wednesday evening. the chance for showers into thursday but that's looking to pull through quickly so we'll dry out into your thursday forecast. highs today, mid 40s with winds not to breezy. as we head into tonight, lows similar to this morning, upper 20s, low 30s. patchy fog potenti i with a chance for showers through the day tapering off tomorrow night. look at those temperatures, back into the 50s, even mid 50s, by thursday. >> sarah: coming up, all eyes will be on dorchester native courtney h o r e l tonight. >> breaking news, after reports of shots fired at ohio state university, we understand up to nine, possibly ten people
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>> christa: a cubs fan taking the classic gingerbread house to the next level, a replica of wrigley field in honor of the team winning the world series. it's amazing. gobble that up. >> right? i could eat it right now. >> it weighs more than 400 pounds, it's for the players, the fan says it took more than 70 hours to create it and it will be on display in chicago. >> sarah: very cool. >> christa: a neighborhood coming together you could say for a halloween do over. >> sarah: 7-year-old cousin bossy missed trick-or-treating due to held problems but friends and family came together. >> october 31st a day when most kids are strolling at goblins and ghosts collecting candy.
was not out getting her favorite candy. starbursts. she was in the hospital. >> it was july 28th, 2015, about at earth shattering of a change. >> the day holly's 6-year-old was diagnosed with high risk neuroblass too -- blass toma. >> was feeling a little bit sad and i was at the hospital. >> and i felt else trick-or-treating. >> her friends, family and neighbors gave her a second chance. it wasn't the candy that brought the smile to her face. >> just knowing that are good people outside. >> as they wheeled her and a parade of friends door-to-door. >> that's for you. >> thank you. >> holly and kinzey spent the last 16 months in the hospital. >> the hardest time is when i
just kind of feel like left out of normal life. and i -- and i think that everything's moving forward but us in that moment. >> they say the constant support and the kinzey strong community keeps them going. >> patchynothing surprises me a. every time i turn around that's something else to say thank you for. >> a do-over for a strong little >> these never once claimed about going to the hospital. >> i don't care about it because it helps me. >> she gave me a neckless that says believe, because she wants me to believe she will get better. >> a sweet girl with sweet candy and a big smile, despite the circumstances. >> kinzey was dressed as kyla from "star wars," a perfect fit
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>> kayla: who are the other flowers from? >> roman: from ma. she brought them out earlier. >> kayla: well, she shouldn't even be out of bed, not with that cough. >> roman: hey, come on. you know ma. she won't take no for an answer. she insisted i bring her to out here visit her son on this first year anniversary. >> kayla: i can't believe it's been a year already. >> roman: i know. amazing. you know what i try to focus on, was just how lucky we were that we had him back for a while, even though it was... way too briefly. >> kimberly: thank god he had that time with his family, huh? that you all were here for him when he really needed you. >> kayla: yeah.