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The 10 Best Videos of the Week: Sept. 3

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From tornadoes over Florida before Hurricane Irma to NYPD officers escorting the 4-year-old son of a fallen officer to his first day of school, here are the most compelling videos from the tri-state and beyond for the week of Sept. 3.

SUV Speeds Backwards Into NYC Laundromat

Surveillance video shows an SUV reserving into a laundromat on Staten Island.

I-Team: Battling Broken Fire Hydrants in New York City

Repairs on fire hydrants are taking longer than they did several years ago, putting lives in danger. Andrew Siff reports.

NJ Principal Helps Children Living in Home Gutted by Fire

A New Jersey elementary school principal decided to take care of his community by walking around the neighborhood this summer to check on local families. When he found some of his students were living in a house ravaged by fire, he showed his pupils how a little kindness could go a long way. Jummy Olabanji reports.

Woman Slips Out of Handcuffs, Takes Police Car on Chase

Cops Escort 4-Year-Old Son of Fallen NYPD Officer to School

A New York 4-year-old got a special escort to his first day of school Thursday, after local cops responded to his mom’s heartfelt message on Facebook.

Prince William Takes George to 1st Day of School

Tornadoes Spotted in Florida as Irma Approaches

MIAMI, FL – MAY 12: Enid Curtis Pinkney, Founding President and CEO of the Historic Hampton House Community Trust, shows Eddy Ramos a picture of Malcolm X taking a photograph of Mohammad Ali at the counter in the Hampton House Motel which was one of the few places where black entertainers, sports celebrities, politicians and visitors could stay while visiting...

World Trade Center Progress Report

News 4 tours the newest tower to open at the World Trade Center complex, World Trade Center 3. But there’s also been more delays at World Trade Center 2, which won’t even be done at the 20-year anniversary. Andrew Siff reports.

Music Teacher Plays Saxophone During Brain Surgery

A music teacher helps researchers map the musical centers of the brain by playing saxophone while he undergoes brain surgery. WHEC’s Nina Porciuncula reports.
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