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"Driver taken away in handcuffs the car crashed right through the glass in the front entrance of that store. One other person was taken to the hospital now. To the government shutdown day number eighteen build a great wall along the southern border and Mexico will pay for the wall was shut down. And the wall will be the focus of President Trump's speech to the nation tonight on tap later this week a presidential visit to the US Mexico border more from ABC's. Karen Travers, Trump will travel to the US southern border on Thursday. As the standoff in Washington continues over funding for the border wall. He wants to build their press secretary Sarah Sanders says in a tweet that the president will meet with people on the front lines of the quote, national security and humanitarian crisis the president Sunday signal. He may declare a national emergency on the border. But said it would be dependent on what happens in the shutdown talks over the next few days and acknowledgement that perhaps there's a political calculation to his decision. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House, and you can hear the president's speech in its entirety tonight at nine o'clock here on Boston's news station. The nipple the ripple effects from the partial government shutdown have had an impact on air travel. The TSA has experienced what many call the blue flu spike in sick calls among those not receiving a paycheck. But it's WBZ's Chris tells us they aren't the only ones missing work air traffic controllers at Logan among those being furloughed as part of the shutdown. Todd Curtis is a former Boeing safety engineer and founder of air safe dot com. This may have a shorter long-term effect on the risk passengers face. And I'm just hoping that whatever's being done right now in the short term is eliminating those risk, but if the shutdown persist, perhaps pupil quitting altogether because they need to have money from some other source. There may be other things that make things more risky than they should be those furloughed at Logan's reportedly new and still need to be trained as for potential delays. The TSA says ninety percent of all air travelers last weekend weighed less than fifty minutes."