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With the teen comedy, book smart, and the ten million dollar rain. Jason Nathanson, ABC news. Boston man says somebody broken was home and cleaned it. And except for knowing the kitchen, they did a pretty good job, including leaving roses made of toilet paper, Nate role returned home from work with his son on may the fifteenth. They notice the front door was unlocked. They looked around rolling thought something was wrong, then he looked in his sons bedroom. And he knew something was wrong because it was clean. He call valise nothing was stolen or damaged. He suspects a cleaning service may have gone to the wrong house. Today is Friday may twenty fourth of two thousand nineteen on this date in history, eighteen eight forty four. Samuel Morse tapped out the first telegraph message in on this date in eighteen eighty three. The Brooklyn Bridge open to traffic after fourteen years of construction, the bridge over these river opened connecting the cities of New York, in Brooklyn for the first time in history, twenty workers were killed doing the bridges construction. Thousands of residents of Brooklyn Manhattan turned out to witness dedication. Monte presided over by president Chester a Arthur and New York governor Grover Cleveland was designed, of course by the late John a Roebling the Brooklyn Bridge was the largest suspension bridge ever built at that time. Five fifty eight our time right now and that's the first morning news here on seven ten w a war. I'm Joe Bartlett. We've got more news coming up and Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning coming up next. The this is a special announcement.