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break news...a plane carrying brazilian soccer team crashes overnight. a tennessee wild fire, threatening wind swept flames and choke near dollywood. >> was it terror behind the rampage and the hero cop that saved lives neighborhood, president trump will choose one of the most outspoken critics to lead human health and services. a passenger went on an ob isn'ty laid rant on passengers who supported hillary clinton.
>> good morning, everyone, i'm ayman moheldin. >> i'm frances rivera. a chartered plane carrying 81 twooem people including a brazilian soccer team has crashed in clochlia. it crashed 10:00 eastern time due to an electrical failure. so far the airport is confirming six people were pulled from the wreckage. airport authorities say rescuers could only access by land due to bad weather conditions. overnight, thousands in tennessee are under mandatory evacuation orders. multiple wildfires are in the blue ridge mountains, they captured these images. fire reached the edges of the country music legend star dolly parton theme park dollywood. a spokesperson says it has not been damaged so far.
the original wildfire which grew rapidly on monday appears to be human cause. fortunately, some rolling in from the east should help those firefighters. this morning, we are getting new details on the hor risk attack at ohio state university that left 11 people injured after the suspect, an 18-year-old freshman attacked his fellow students, ramming his car into pedestrians and getting tout attack them with a bur' >> hi, i'm at ohio state, there was a guy who crashed his car and getting out with a knife chasing down people. >> he was ultimately shot and killed by an officer, this morning, that officer is wibein hailed a hero as the somali refugee attacked zeroing on two key questions. was it terrorism and was it home grown? investigators are searching
clues, while senior law officials tell pete williams they are a long way from knowing what motivated the attack. we are learning shortly after he took tout attack, he wrote on what appears to be his facebook page he reached a boiling point making reference to a quote lone wolf attack, writing this -- america! stop interfering with other countries, especially muslim community, we are not weak, cryptic page, he says, never forget, forgive and forget. love. we are now 52 days away from donald trump becoming the nation's 45th president and construction is in full force on trump's inauguration platform. right there in front of his future home. this morning the trump transition team wakes up on the
announcements with vice president elect musings. >> the pending cabinet news comes on the same day as a high profile dinner between donald trump and mitt romney is set to take place. kelly aevnne conway goes to twitter. conway is now quote increasingly unlikely to take on a formal role inside the administration. >> that as we get news that georgia congressman and chairman tom byrum price has been picked for trump's human hhs secretary. an interesting choice given that surprise a former orthopedic by trade and staunchly against obamacare. >> that as another marquee
general david petraeus meeting with trump, himself. here's what the gem had to say following that meeting. how'd the meeting go, sir? >> the meeting went very well. i was with him about an hour. he basically walked us around the world, showed us a great grasp of the challenges out there and some of the opportunities as well. >> the embattled general is thought to be up for secretary of state. but the multi-tasking president-elect also went on yet another twitter tirade this one aimed at not finding everyday in trump's baseless phrase of voter fraud. at one point given giving a 60-year-old a prominent place on his twiths feed. trump tweeted cnn is so embarrassed by their total 100% support of hillary clinton, and yet her loss in a landslide, they don't know what to do t. boardf of elections certified trumped that apparent winner,
pursued her recount in michigan and pennsylvania, following wisconsin's announcement, it would begin its recount as early as thursday. stein pushed back again critics with msnbc thomas roberts. >> what i had said, whenever i was asked, would i call for a recount if there were doubts about the credibility and the results. i always said yes. this is not about helping one candidate or hurting another candidate. this is not about advancings my own career. my campaign is n win here. >> you probably remember this video, delta airlines has taken the unusual state of investigate a passenger for life after he was caught on an obscenity laden rant on passengers who voted for hillary clinton. >> trump, baby! that's right. this man knows what's up. we got some hillary folks here. come on, baby, trump! >> now the flight to pittsburgh
atlanta within it happened, it was at the get a, delta said they should have removed him. they offered refund to commerce on board that flight. a united airlines 747 bound for tokyo landed safely back if san francisco after one of its four engines failed after takeoff. one passenger reported a loud bang and flames coming from the engine. the plane landed without incident. a passenger on board a united emergency exit door and jumped out of the plane as it was taxiing in houston. the woman jumped to the ground and ran to the terminal before she was taken into custody. the improvement. just as high as the force awakens. yesterday was the first day of the ticket pre sales ahead of the premier.
t. website started to crash. customers took to social media complaining about long waits and the site going down. fandango tells customers a digital wait room had been created. hopefully after waiting in that wait room, you guy versus your tickets and are you all set for december 16th. >> yeah, not getting a lot of confirmation people got their tickets. we may have to do it the old fashioned way. af time to give back. today is giving tuesday. we will tell you about that ahead. first, nbc meteorologist bill karins is looking out ahead today. >> first, the pictures were amazing what happened near the gatlinburg area. high winds continues. we still see wind ten-to-20 miles per hour during the day today today. the radar is encouraging. >> that will continue through
threat goes, again, it's mississippi, louisiana, and a portion of tennessee here, maybe an isolated tornado. here's a closer look at your day ahead. so we're going to get another round of severe storms, this afternoon into this evening. so we'll get a break this morning. a little clean-up from that wind damage in mississippi. also, heavy rain will be moving up, airport delays are likely. so we're going to have airport hopfully, we won't have too many tornado today. >> bill, thank you very much. just ahead, an unusual development in the charleston massacre case. then an incapacitated driver leads to a harrowing rescue and it is all caught on tape.
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harmonious relationship, lining up to pay their respects to the deceased dictator. >> if it wasn't for the cuban people to be here and everybody is here. >> you see soldiers trocrying, men crying. >> it's most incredible. he did many, many things for cuba. >> moving on to an unusual development in the charleston as his trial. the judge called it quote a strategically unwise move. roof's lawyers can stand by and help him if he asks. he faces 33 federal hate crime charges for fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a church last year. south carolina prosecutors plan
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a move and a warning for online shoppers expecting package delivery, beware of what's been called porch pirates. karen, good morning. >> reporter: frances, ayman, good morning to you. opec technical teams are having a hard time joining the dots on the production cuts ahead of the key opec producer's meeting tomorrow in vienna. it's not helping sentiment by suggesting the oil market will rebalance itself in 2017 prices are down 1% after a roller coaster ride on prices yesterday. meantime, brace for strikes across the country. that's been the message for the five for 15 campaign and labor movement demanding $15 per hour minimum wage for low paid workers. effectively, there will be protesters in major airports across the country t. one expected to be impacted the most is chicago's o'hare. 1,600 workers choose to strike.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: hi, everybody. good tuesday morning. we're good to go for 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: here are some stories we're working on for you. first, we're following breaking news. a deadly rollover crash shuts down parts of a major boston highway. the car flipped upside down in the middle of mcclellan high i tewksbury man is balancing treated for severe burns after his home went up in flames. fire crews and neighbor tearing the burning clothes off of his body. the man was airlifted to mass general last night. his daughter also treated for smoke inhalation. >> reporter: plus police say a little girl's death in berlin, new hampshire, is a homicide after an autopsy was performed on her yesterday. so far no arrests. >> christa: and talk about cabin pressure. it definitely builds after a donald trump fan goes on a long
we'll let you know why he's no longer welcome on the runway. much more ahead here on "today in new england." >> reporter: yes, definitely. and it was still cold outside this morning. all my parkas are out. >> christa: you have your parkas and your hats. you're going to need it today, and maybe an umbrella later on, wren. >> wren: exactly. grab that umbrella. our main concern early this morning is a freezing rain advisory in effect until 10:00 a.m. a lot of this rain freezing upon contact with the ground, especially in north central massachusetts, weste elevation areas, all looking at the potential for freezing rain and really this isn't going to be all morning long, but it doesn't take much to see slick spots out there. a quick look at what we're seeing, big picture, low pressure further to our northwest. that's been camped out over the upper midwest. you can see a warm front out ahead of that will bring us very wet weather here today. this will pack a pretty big bunch. you can already see that working in. where you see that pink, that's where we're starting to see freezing rain.
you'll see some of this here. this morning greenfield already seeing some of that. amherst also seeing some. as we head into the are rest of the morning, it is feeling chilly out there. you can see that heat island affecting us in boston. 38 degrees. everyone else, though, in the upper 20s and low 30s. 30 degrees in nashua. as we head into your day, it's going to be soggy throughout the day. light rain this morning with some pockets of more heavy to moderate rainfall as we head into the afternoon. an actually temperatures warming into tonight. to our southeast, some of across the cape and the islands could be looking at 60-degree weather as we head into the evening hours. "today in new england" starts now. >> christa: rights now we're following several breaking senator risk. a raging wildfire tearing through a resort tennessee town. flames threatening a hotel and a famous theme park. >> reporter: also breaking, a plane carrying a brazilian soccer team crashes in colombia. there is word of survivors. >> christa: and locally a
boston highway. how this car came to rest upside down. >> reporter: a student goes on a violent rampage at ohio state. now police are looking for clues as to why. plus meet the officer hailed a hero for stopping the attacker from doing more harm. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> reporter: good morning. i'm nicole oliverio in for sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. 'tis the season for being cold and getting cold. the two of us have the marlon brando voice going. >> nicole: i blame the kids. with them. >> christa: the germ factory, right? we have seen some temperature changes. we'll see some rain later on today, as well, wren. >> wren: we're talking rain and not snow. our only concern here will be freezing rain this morning, and especially in north central mass as well as western mass, those higher elevations also looking at a greater chance of seeing a freezing rain advisory currently in effect. that will be in effect until 10:00 a.m. again, that rain freezing upon contact with the ground here. you can see system of those