Sara Fagen Says Trump Team Is Not Handling 'John Lewis Flap the Right Way'

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Mark says it was no effective at cutting the seatbelt. He managed to unbuckle the seatbelt and drag the driver out of the car. How much difference did he make in saving her life? She would have burned to death if he did not help. Reporter: Just what you do he says. Because of what they did, the driver is still alive. The fire chief says they deserve a medal. In Templeton, WCVB newscenter 5. Anchor: We're learning new information about the lobster boat rescue we first told you about yesterday. Coast guard crews are towing the boat here to newburyport. The boat will sit in a harbor there. Crews were able to recover and drain the lobster boat with the help of another fishing boat in the area. The lobster boat crew was rescued Friday after the boat was hit by a rogue wave 17 miles off the coast of York, Maine. Doug: New details this morning about a house fire in dracut. The family inside managed to escape, but one of the dogs would not come. That's when a passer-by pulled over and ran into the flames. He managed to pull the dog out to safety. Flames broke out early Saturday morning in the single family home on Varnum road. The fire eventually hit 4 alarms before firefighters were able to put it out. Anchor: A deer causing damage to a store in Lowell Saturday afternoon. That animal bursting through the window of the rainbow on merrimack street. Customers were inside. No one was hurt. That animal was tranquilized and carried out of the store. Torn between two worlds. Doug: An 18-year-old who was kidnapped hours after birth is reunited with her parents. The emotional moments as the woman she knew as mom was arraigned in court. A final curtain call for the greatest show on Earth. Ringling brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus is shutting down. The reasons behind the decision. Anchor: A woman drives right into a store. Why she allegedly says she did it. Kelly Ann: Warm-up on the way. I Doug: Welcome back. After 146 years, the curtain is coming down on the greatest show on Earth. The owner of the ringling brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus says the show will close forever in may. The company broke the news to circus employees last night after shows in Orlando and Miami. The president and CEO of the humane society said in a statement that the circus has changed a great deal, but not fast enough. He went on to say, "I know this is bittersweet for the Feld family, but I applaud their decision to move away from an institution grounded on inherently inhumane wild animal acts." Anchor: The teenager kidnapped 18 years ago is back with her family this morning. Kamiyah Mobley was just eight hours old when she was taken from her family in Florida. Her alleged kidnapper, Gloria Williams, is behind bars, charged in the case. At Willams' first court appearance, kamiyah supported the woman, calling herself her daughter. Williams is facing kidnapping and interfering with custody charges. Caught on camera, unbelievable video coming up. A woman plowing an SUV right into a T-Mobile store. Take a look at this. This was Thursday in palm Springs, Florida. Police say the driver, 26-year-old shinobia Wright, had gone into the store wanting to trade in her iPhone because the screen was cracked. Wright allegedly told a store manager that it was her birthday and she was going to bug out if she didn't get her phone replaced. Well she did. She's also accused of attacking an employee after crashing the SUV into the store. Wow. Doug: Sometimes there are just no answers. Anchor: Don't mess with her. She did give fair warning though. Doug: This is true. Kelly Ann: I warned you that was going to be cold today. No complaining. We have a warm-up in the middle of the work week. That we can take. Temperatures getting above Normal today. Really climbing above as we get into Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs reaching to the mid and upper 40's. We're looking to warm up in the days ahead. January find -- thaw. 32 in Boston right now. 34 on the cape. The winds are picking up very that is going to make things quite a bit cooler despite a 10 degree jump on the temperatures yesterday. It is feeling cooler. The windchill is down into the teens and 20's. It feels like 24 degrees in Boston. Inland, that is where we are seeing feels-like temperature's down into the teens. Extra layers needed as you are headed out this morning. Even this afternoon as winds continue to get dusty. -- Gusty. Up to 20 miles per hour, and occasional wind gusts this afternoon up to 25 miles per hour. Things are dry locally and clear overhead. That is the case for much of the east coast. There is a big storm system impacting the midwest and the planes. That ice storm bringing freezing rain towards Kansas City where the football game is delayed. As we move into the afternoon, there will be a change to rain. That should be ok for travel for people traveling this weekend. Highs reaching into the mid-30's this afternoon. Warmer than yesterday. Cooling down tonight. Strong warming trend pending our way -- heading our way tomorrow and Tuesday. We will feel like we are in the 20's even during the height of the afternoon today. Tomorrow morning windchill's are dropping down into the teens. It will feel like 18 in Boston early tomorrow morning. The jet stream pattern helping to pull southerly air into our region. We are going from the 30's this weekend into the 40's for the middle of the work week. The price we pay for that warm-up will be rain heading our way Tuesday night and the showers sticking around Wednesday. We could see half an inch to even an inch when all is said and done. Doug: The Bruins beat the flyers at home Saturday. Flyers up 1 when Brad Marchand takes the puck, goes in on a breakaway, and scores. Second period and Torey Krug jumps in on the action. That makes it 3-1. A little while later, captain zdeno chara puts home his third goal of the season. Watch the top of your screen. The one timer. The Bruins win 6-3. Anchor: Can we get that hello again for the patriots. Doug: Hello. Patriots nation celebrating this morning. The patriots advance to the next game on the road to the super bowl. A live report from Gillette on anchor: Breaking overnight, a deadly crash is under investigation in Mansfield. It happened in the area of north main and Dane streets. The car burst into flames when it crashed. One person was killed. Police are asking anyone who may have seen the crash to call them. Doug: Right now police in Stoughton are investigating an early morning stabbing on pallisades circle. Friends tried to drive the victim to the hospital but eventually flagged down an ambulance. The victim's condition is unknown. Anchor: A daring rescue after a fiery crash into the after a man and his stepson for the crash. They rushed to help. The driver was awake but stopped by the steering wheel. They dragged the driver out to safety. Fire officials say the woman would not have survived if it was not for them. A close game at Gillette stadium last night. It was fun. Doug: It was. The patriots are on the way to the afc championship. Sportscenter 5's Josh brogadir is live at Gillette with some of the big moments. Josh. Not as smooth of a victory as many anticipated. Some turnovers for the patriots as Normal. Some penalties, did not expect that either. They survived. They advance. Dion Lewis with 3 touchdowns 1 receiving and the 1st kickoff return for a touchdown in patriots playoff history. Another one rushing. Tom Brady has 2 touchdowns, also threw 2 picks and was sacked twice. He was under duress all night. The patriots welcome the winner of the steelers chiefs game here next Sunday night. We are live in foxboro. Back to you. Anchor: Thank you. Governor Charlie baker was so confident the patriots would win, he made a friendly wager. Doug: That wager with the

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