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feel the hamptonality good morning. it is monday, july 14th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." overnight air strikes. our holly williams is live from gaza. refloating the "costa concordia." we're at the scene of the biggest maritime salvage operation ever attempted. changing the view at the grand canyon. condos and a gondola ride are just the beginning of this sprawling controversy. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> people will know when the next bomb will drop. the sound of israeli fighter jets and drones is constant. >> thousands flee as israel
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pounds the gaza strip. >> warning, an intense large-scale military operation is at hand. >> we use whatever means is necessary to defend our people. i don't know if it's the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end. >> the weather created a violent scene at one local campground. >> i've never seen anything like this before in my life. >> a wildfire has destroyed several homes and other strurks. >> more than 100 passengers evacuated from a monorail at walt disney world after lightning knocked out power. nobody was hurt. >> a plane makes an emergency landing at newark'sarity airport. >> fans on the streets in buenos aries. >> we look forward to
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celebrating. >> off the italian coast, a major operation to tow away the "costa concordia" cruise ship. >> a father and his kid narrowly dodged an avalanche. >> all that -- >> an unexpected guest crashes a pool party. >> i dived in the pool and all of a sudden there was a jeep in the pool. >> he not only ripped his pants, he clocked his bride in the head. >> a selfie. >> that is why you take a selfie inside your own home or studio. >> on "cbs this morning." >> it's been quite a night. >> oh, my god. that's so 'amazing. i can't believe we did it, number 4. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
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welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off and margaret brennan is here. it's good to be back. >> it's good to be with you, charlie. overnight looking at these thousands of people fleeing their homes in gaza after another night in violence. it's an amazing and frightening story developing. >> that's why we begin. there's a new story that the fighting is about to get worse. in the last several days nearly 1,000 rockets were fired into israel. no israelis have died from those attacks. >> meanwhile israel counts over 1,300 air strikes into gaza. those attacks killed more than 170 palestinians. this morning holly williams is in gaza city where they may have a new weapon. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we were expecting an escalation overnight here after the israeli military dropped leaflets on northern gaza warning people to
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evacuate for their own safety. the air strikes did continue but that escalation did not happen and in israel this morning the country's military said it shot down a drone launched from gaza, apparently the first time palestinian militants have used that technology. the israeli military said it hit a weapons storage facility overnight and targeted 12 palestinian militants over the last 24 hours, but in the hospital this morning, we found not militants, but two brothers, hamada age 4 and hamdan age 2. they were injured when an air strooik hit their neighbor's house. their father told us the israeli military telephoned the neighbor and warned them to evacuate, but they only had three minutes but didn't make it out in time. i wish it were me lying wounded, he said, not my boys.
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officials here say more than 170 people have been killed since israel's offensive began, most of them civilians. thousands of palestinians have fled northern gaza taking refuge in school buildings. there's safety here, but as the gaza strip braces for a possible ground invasion, nobody knows when they'll be able to go home. she came here with her daughter and three grandsons. she showed us photographs of what happened the last time tensions flared in 2012. her home was destroyed by an israeli air strike. there was nothing left. not even clothes or furniture, she told us. i thought i'd have a heart attack. i'm worried the same thing will happen this time. palestinian militants continue to fire their rockets into southern israel. a teenage boy was wounded
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yesterday, but so far no israelis have been killed thanks in large part to the country's anti-missile defense system. charlie? >> holly, thanks. the u.n. security council is calling for both sides to stop the violence. on "face the nation" sunday prime minister benjamin netanyahu defended his country's air attacks in gaza. >> our goal is to achieve sustainable quiet and security for our people and we're doing that by degrading hamas and other terror capabilities. i'm not going to say right now how and when that goal will be achieved, whether by diplomatic and military means but that goal has to be achieved. >> netanyahu says peace in the region is not possible until israel defeats hamas. this morning the midwest is waking up to a potentially record-breaking cold snap. summer feels more like fall. the polar plunge is also causing storms that threaten millions today from illinois to new
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england. strong winds flipped campers in central ohio on sunday and several people were hurt. one couple nearly got hit by lightning in poughkeepsie, new york. take a look. one bolt hit right next to a park bench the two were sitting on. afterward they calmly got up and walked away. chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz is tracking this morning. good morning. >> good morning, margaret. basically the jet stream all over the place. big ridge building way up into western dan. this is where all the heat will be. on the flip side you've got a big dip in the great lakes and the east. that's going deliver extremely cool air. we'll look at some of these high temperatures as this works its way south in the next couple of days. the all-star game is going to people more like playoff baseball. chicago, 70s today but 60s tomorrow and marquette in the 50s.
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there will actually be overnight lows 30s, wednesday into thursday. the high temperatures will stay in places like north texas, oklahoma. st. louis barely. when you clash the chill with the warmer air to the east, severe weather. we'll watch that all the way up especially around washington, d.c., and new york. tomorrow, the 94 corridor they'll have to keep a close eye on. witnesses say a lightning strike may have shut down a disney monorail last night. it stranded more than 100 passengers for 90 minutes. firefighters used a mechanical lift to reach the track and bring everyone down safely. a disney world spokesman said they're still looking for the cause of the outage this morning. a number of homes are destroyed this morning after fast-moving wildfire in southern oregon. more than 100 people were forced
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out. the fire near spraying river burned more than a half mile since sunday. no word this morning of any injuries. the cause is under investigation. 313 passengers aboard an air india flight are safe this morning. the engine of the flight caught fire. the fire was reported shortly after taking off from newark airport sunday. a witness on the ground in new jersey snapped a photo of the boeing 777 as it circled the airport dumping fuel. the flight landed 30 minutes later with several blown tires. captain sully sullenberger tells us how well pilots are prepared to handle an engine shutdown in flight. >> airplane pilots are well trained for an engine scenario. 's well within the skill set of every pilot and something that's practiced regularly. dozens would have been involved in a coordinated effort to
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receive this plane back at the airport. >> no word yet this morning on what started the fire. >> the lone survivor of a shooting rampage near houston broke her silence about the tragedy. 15-year-old cassidy stay appear at a memorial for the funerals of her family members. she's a hero. we're shown her gratitude in the face of grief. >> i'm really thankful for all of the people that have been praying for me and keeping me and my family in their thoughts. >> reporter: cassidy stay survived last week's shooting rampage by pretending she was dead. >> i'd like to thank all the first responders, nurses, and doctors that have taken care of me. >> reporter: stay's ex-uncle broke into her parents' home and killed her parents and four
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siblingings. this is her grandfather. >> without her courage and quick thinking we might be mourning the deaths of 20 -- yes, i said 20 -- people today including myself. >> reporter: cassidy suffer add skull fracture after a bullet grazed her head. t the 911 call she made thwarted another shooting spree. there was a tense standoff and he was arraigned on six capital murder charges. she quoted a passage from "harry potter." >> happiness can be found in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light. know that my mom, dad, brian, emily, becca, and zack are in a much better place and that i'll be able to see them again one day. >> reporter: at the memorial event the crowd released 100 balloons for each of the circumstance victims. >> thank you all fur coming and
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showing support for me and my family. stay strong. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning." this morning army sergeant bowe bergdahl is reported to be ready for duty. the long-time taliban prisoner of war spent the last six weeks undergoing therapy and counseling. bergdahl will start a job as soon as today at ft. sam houston in san antonio. he'll also meeting with the army general who he was with when he was captured five years ago. the lead over the militant islamic group appeared in a new video. as debora patta reports he's mocking the international campaign to free those girls. >> reporter: good morning. it's been three months since the girls were kidnapped and in those 90 days, the nigerian government appears to be no closer to finding them.
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the globaler is torch bring the over 200 school girls safely back home has been met with scorn through this video. [ speaking foreign language ] >> bring back our army. >> reporter: it means bring back our army in exchange for the girls. goodluck jonathan whose government has so far fail in the safe return of the school girls. the last proof of life of the kidnapped girls was a video released by boco haram two months ago. it's believed the girls have all been taken across the border to neighboring african countries.
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it's seen as a stunt. she visited the parents of the abducted girls over the weekend and will meet privately with president jonathan. >> you want your daughters back. i'd love to hear from you as well so i can take your message and tell it to the president. >> reporter: sources who have been close to the negotiations tells cbs news they've all but ruled out military intervention because they fear it could backfire and result in the death of the kidnapped girls and with a prisoner swap looking unlikely, they say there are few options left for a government that appears to be powerful in t powerless in the face of them. we return to the excitement of the week. it sparked a late night riot in
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buenos aries. dozens of vandals threw rocks, destroyed stores and fought with police. >> hundreds of thousands of german fans flooded that capital. they celebrated as a unified nation. elaine quijano is here with the highlights of a historic win. elaine, good morning. >> good morning. it was the first trip back to the finals for argentina since 1990. that's the year germany defeated them and won germany's last world cup. >> germany is the champions of the world. >> they're once again the champions of the soccer world defeating argentina at the stadium in rio de janeiro. >> they have won the world cup. >> reporter: in the 113th minute, the 22-year-old
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midfielder played the ball off his chest and with one touch broke it in the back of the net, giving germany a lead they would n not relinquish. the germans are now in exclusive company, one of only three teams to capture the world cup four times with the last win in 1990, that victory, too, over argentina. german chancellor angela merkel was on hand to cheer her country to victory and congratulated the players after the match. >> it is going to be lionel mes messi. >> lionel messi arguably the best player in the world failed to win for argentina. he was named most valuable player in the tournament and awarded the golden ball trophy. >> the greatest world cup of a modern era has been won by
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germany. >> reporter: but on this night the most important trophy in soccer twoenlt the germans. their 24-year drought is over after falling short, firmly cementing a place in soccer history. after the game the german coach said what he said to the 22-year-old right before he went into the game and scored the winning goal. he said show the world you're better than messi and you can decide the world cup. it looks like he took his coach's remark. >> it's amazing. >> and he delivered on it. amazing story. elaine, thank you very much. new research out this morning is helping us understand sudden infant syndrome known as sids. >> our phillips is here with what paints need to know. good morning. >> good morning, charlie.
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>> what do the finding telgs us. >> it's so important that. i're the first really large-scale analysis of sids risk based on age and developmental stage. and what we found is for babies 3 months and younger, the predominant risk factor has to to with co--sleeping, sleeping in a bed with somewhere else. tr the older ones, sids hat to do more with crib environment, what was surrounding them, blankets. we do know a lot about the risk factors and that's, of course, how we prevent it. >> does this suggest that sids is preventible? >> very much so. just by knowing the risk factor. in this case co--sleeping means sleeping a parent or even a pet. having a baby sleep in the same
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room is not a risk factor. >> bug the ra-- but the rates he been coming down. >> i think that's been helpful, margaret. there was a rusk of putting baby to sleep in any position other than their back. since then the rate of sids has dropped more than 50%. getting rid of that one risk factor has made a huge, hunch impact. >> interesting. >> thank you. >> thank you, doctor. >> meanwhile, it is 7:19. ahead ee'll check headlines around the nation. plus
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good mornings everyone, i'm ukee washington looking for your monday forecast. >> unfortunately i don't come bearing the best of news to kick start the news. very hot, very steamy. i wasn't call this great pool weather going forward into the afternoon and evening hours specially, because when we go out to storm scan3, see that there is little activity, pretty quiet overall, but really just sign every things to come. we can expect some strong if not severe thunderstorms to fire up into the afternoon and headed toward night fall. so it is hot, steamy, meantime, high reaching 90 degrees, but, we will be dealt hand of some very strong storms, as i mentioned, here later on tonight. bob, over to you. >> everything is little damp and wet from the rain we had last night. 422, live look eastbound, delays coming around that
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saint gabriel's curve. also watch for accident eastbound on 422 out near pottstown, right at route 724. the rest of the majors, about 20 minutes on 95 and the schuylkill into downtown, morning volume to deal with this morning, downed tree in collegeville, result of heavy rain last night along route 113, closed at creek road, traffic diverted on to the germantown pike, mass transit looking good at the moment with no delays. ukee, back over to you. >> thank you, next update is at 7:55. up next on cbs this morning, what's next, for the stranded cruise ship the costa concord y for more local news weather, traffic and sports we're on the "cw philly". you can find us on these channels. i'm
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beachgoers in russia were forced to rush for cover when an intense hailstorm hit suddenly on saturday. the temperature plunged from 104 degrees to 71 in just minutes. the hail stones were as big as government balls. few stayed under a beach umbrella. one person staid under a blanket. we're happy to say nobody was hurt. we're also happy to say welcome back, charlie rose. >> thank you. >> charlie, i had a dream about you that you came back blond with long hair. >> no. that was while i was on vacation. >> welcome back. you were missed. the dream was so real. >> let's stop it right there. >> okay. zip it up. i'm done.
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>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, it took more than money to bring lebron james back to cleveland. two men needed to settle their differences. this morning best-selling author mitch album took us inside the conversation. >> they want to build on the edge of the grand canyon. why caretakers say the national landmark is at risk. that's ahead. a congressional hearing today looks at a new v. amt scandal. they're look at sloppiness and claims paid. the office of the inspector general is expected to testify that the v.a. may have overstated how much it cuts its backlog and it may have overpaid its veterans hundreds of millions of dollar. "the new york times" says the centers for disease says
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they accidentally shipped research run by the lab. he said he was stunned and appalled upon learning the news. last week we learned cdc scientists also mishandled anthrax. "the wall street journal" looks at a deal bhien city ground. they resolve an investigation into risky mortgage-backed. it almost fell apart. they didn't want it overshadowed by the capture of a suspect on the same day. and from "the boston globe," the mary poppins song says kwet a spoonfulofsugar makes the medicine go down in the most delightful way." it says parents who used
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spinefuls were 50% more likely to give the wrong way. >> maybe you came up with a good idea leading into your segment. >> i'm working on it. doing the best i can. >> singing may help. off the coast of italy this morning a massivest to float the cos "costa concordia" is going exactly as plan. mark phillips is in giglio, italy, where the "costa concordia" sank in 2012. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's taken 2 1/2 years and at least a billion dollars and counting to get to the point where the wreck can be gotten out of here, and that point is now. it's the biggest salvage operation ever attempted and one of the most risky. the ship has been sitting upright on an underwater steel platform since last september. before that she had been lying on her side where she'd been grounded after hitting a rock
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while passing too close to the italian island of giglio. and where 32 people died on the night of the operation. it took a big operation to roll the ship over into a position where she can now be refloated. but the engineering required to do that is impressive as well. an array of metal flotation chambers, 30 of them, have been attached along the sides of the ship. they're full of water now that are being pushed out so they can act as giant water wings and lift the concordia. but it's never as simple as it sounds. the scale of the project is huge. the flotation chambers are the size of buildings. nick sloane is the director of the operation. >> very big lifts really. 11-story buildings, 20-story buildings, over 8 million tons.
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>> reporter: and only after the ship lifts can they be sure she has the integrity to hold under the strain. divers have been in the wreck removing what they can, but the remains of one of the victims, a crew member on the ship, have never been found. they're not taking any chances here. engineers is one thing. help from other disciplines is welcomed too. >> hopefully we've thought of everything. there's always something we haven't thought about which will raise its head. >> reporter: the captain of the "costa concordia" is still on trial for his role in the disaster. he's accused of manslaughter and abandoned the ship. the plan is to raise the wreck just a couple of yards at first and then float her into slightly deeper water to check for leaks of toxic materials and secured
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it. only then can the "costa concordia" be raised another foot or so and towed away. around here, they won't be sorry to see her go. and it's hard to tell by looking but the "costa concordia" is now 2 1/2 years later, a float. she's come up a little more than a yard. they've begun the pro tess of towing her in that dlekz. they've got more tomb before they float it to genoa to be broken up for scrap. lebron james returns to the u.s. to start a new phase of his life. he agreed to a two-year $40 million deal go back to the cavaliers. he spoke about his decision to go back to his hometown team. >> i think it's an exciting time for myself. you know, it's place that i'll
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be home, be able to represent for my family and my friends and those fans. >> the fans can't wait either. it was a long road to get team owner and dan gilbert. author mitch albom sat down. dean, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well, after lebron james left cleveland for miami in 2010, dan gilbert, owner of the cavaliers formally attacked the former star as a coward. the two men have not met in the nearly four years since until last week. dan gilbert secret le met with lebron james in miami just five days before the nba superstar announced his return to cleveland. it ha been almost four years to the day when girl better along with the arest of the country learned that james would not be
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returned to the wine and gold. james never warned the cavaliers and girl better was infuriated by the spectacle surrounding the televised decision. the cavs owner typed a now famous vitriolic letter to his fans calling it a cowardly betrayal. he posted it online 45 minutes afterwa afterward. mitch albom spoke about it. >> he was angry and passionate and i should have shown it to a few more people before i put it on the website. >> reporter: he figured the deal was out of a question, pointing to gilbert is word. dpil better almost immediately regretted his decision but never apologized and he was not say loan. >> lebron james wanted to also sort of say he was sorry in way.
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i think he really regretted that broadcast, but he needed dan gilbert to sort of take him back onto the cavaliers in order to make this thing right. >> reporter: within minutes the pair apologized to each other and then talked about james' future. days later the king signed on with the kashs. >> in real life haven't you for given what people said about you over the years and gone on? i would imagine it's not going to be totally forgotten but it will be forgiven. believe me, if they win a championship together and they're holding up a trophy, thing this picture will say a thousand words. >> reporter: now that he's backes here in cleveland the odds makers have installed the cavaliers as favorites to win a trophy of their own next year. margaret? >> no pressure there. thanks, dean. >> it ought to be said he's going back to a team that has
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this year 4.5 million people will visit the grand canyon but this morning there's growing controversy over new construction. ben tracy shows us the plans some fear will spoil the view. >> reporter: it stretches for 277 miles and in places is 18 miles wide. >> this experience is a one of a
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kind in the whole world. >> the grand canyon has certainly earned its title. >> and there are those folks out there that want to use this place for economic gain. that's not what this is about. >> david is the superintendent of grand canyon national park. he's in a heated battle for what he believes is the very future of this national treasure. >> i'm the steward of this national park and it's my responsibility to preserve and protect this park for future generati generations. >> reporter: but they want to add 2,000 homes and commercial space. that's raising concerns about congestion and water use in an area which has experienced a drought. others want to build restaurants and shops on indian reservation land. >> unless they have superhuman
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sight, they're not going to see it. >> reporter: it would bring people straight down into the canyon floor where a new walkway would provide views of the river most tourists would never see. >> i think that's pretty elitist to say only a select few who ride a mule or hike down should have that experience. >> reporter: he says this $1 billion plan would be good. o others say it's sacred land. >> our purpose is to marriage sure it's protected and descended development that would take into the waum, wall. the hall of our it. >> is there any amount of money
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that people would talk to sell their sacred places? no. it's priceless. >> reporter: the process seems destined for court because the park superintendent says federal jurisdiction extended a quarter mile on either side of the colorado river. >> i'm going to win in tend, yes. >> reporter: he's determined that these grand plans are not going to change graund canyon. for "cbs this morning," i'm ben tracy. >> it's beautiful. >> i was going to say, i've hiked it
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>> right over to katie fehlinger your forecast on stormy monday. >> not too bad out there right now, but expecting eventually to seymour showers, and storms, fire up out there. specially planning to be out all day, maybe headed home toward evening, as many of us will be, i would suggest an umbrella for later on, we will be dealing with very heavy rain looks like and some potentially severe thunderstorms, at the moment handful of isolated showers here on lan, but we can expect the daytime high to heat up to 09 with strong or severe thunderstorms firing up mainly this afternoon and headed toward night fall. now, tomorrow featuring kind of more of the same. looks like it is not as large of a zone, but, still the potential for severe weather looms tomorrow. then we clear out from mid week on, bob?
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>> morning, 7:56. downed tree, on i-95. this is live look now, penndot blocking the right lane, north on i-95. between the commodore barry bridge and route 320. so if you are headed north, just north of the come da door barry wherever one is push over to the two left lanes, certainly will cause delays specially for folks trying to get up toward the airport. accident gulph road at trinity lane before there before you get on to the schuylkill, crash along 422 eastbound right at route 724. and delays on the ben franklin, coming into philly, erika, back to you. >> thank you, next update at 8:25, next on cbs this morning, promising news this morning for the search for simple test to detect altzheimer's, your local news continues with
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it is monday, july 14th, 2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including a music video urging female performers to say no to photoshop. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> the israeli military dropped leaflets on northern gaza warning people to evacuate for their own safety. >> extremely cool air. this is usually the hottest time of the year. we'll look at some of these high temperatures working their way south over the next couple of days. >> germany are the champions of the world. >> german coach said show the world you're better than messi, and you can decide the world
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cup. it looks like he took his advice. they took a risky deal. >> it took one act of incompetence to cause the wreck of the cos"costa concordia." it's taken 2 1/2 years and billions of dollars to get the wreck out of here. changing the views of the gramd canyon. condos and gondola rides are just the beginning of this sprawling controversy. >> there are folks out there who want to use this place for economic gain. that's not what this is about. >> now that he's back in cleveland, the oddsmakers have instafled the cavaliers as the winners. >> let's get back, here lebron, baby, whoo. >> announcer: today's "eye opener" at 8:00 presented by comfort inn. >> sports fans malady.
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>> and that guy was not drunk. he was just happy. >> ahead, i think about germany this morning. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and margaret brennan. norah o'donnell is off. for the seventh straight day they're exchanging fire. the israelis dropped leaflets warning the local population. air strikes have killed more than 170 palestinians in the past week. >> meanwhile they're firing more missiles at israeli cities. hamas is apparently attacking with pilotless aircraft. >> reporter: good morning. the israeli militants say they shot down a launch drone, apparently the first time the gaza militants have use thad technology and there's still no indication that either side is agreeing to a cease-fire despite growing pressure. it hit a weapons storage
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facility overnight. when we visited a hospital here this morning, what we found was civilians, two little boys age 4 and 2 injured when their neighbor's house was demolished by a striechlkt thousands of palestinians have fled their homes after israelis dropped leaflets from the air warning people to evacuate for their safety. they're now pailed into schools. a teenage boy was wounded yesterday. but so far no israelis have been killed thanks in large part to the country's iron dome anti-missile defense system. for "cbs this morning," holly williams, gaza. this morning tens of millions of people in the east are under a severe storm threat. meanwhile the midwest is clear but unusually cool. that chilly weather is running into warmer air across the ohio valley and into new england
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parts of the northeast got pounded by rain last night. poughkeepsie, new york, saw flooding thanks to heavy rain and winds. trees and power lines were knocked down. autopsies are planned for two people killed by rare lightning strikes at rocky mountain national park in colorado. you can see some of the other strikes from the system. the storm hit friday and saturday along a popular trail. the victims are a 52-year-old man from nebraska and a 42-year-old ohio woman. these are the park's first lightning deaths in 14 years. about two dozen others were hospitalized for lightning-related injuries. a supply ship is on its way to the international space station this morning. the unman ned vessel launched sunday. it's cared 3,000 pounds of food including equipment and clothes and experimental workout gear that's supposed to control
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odors. it's supposed to dock at the station on wednesday. this morning mechanics from the united airlines and boeing are on the island of midway. the flight unite 2d 01 was diverted thursday after talking off. it landed on a small air strip which was the there. there was an electrical odor in the cabin. 300 people were aboard. another plane flew them back to hawaii. promising search to detect a simple test of alzheimer's. they focus on the eyes and the knows. people who have a difficult time detecting odors may have the first signs of alzheimer's. >> early diagnosis offers the possibility of treating people
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sooner when medications could be much more effective. more than 5 million americans have alzheimer's. it is the sixth leading cause of death. this morning tracy morgan is suing walmart for the deadly crash that seriously injured the comedian and two other people. another comedian jimmy mack was killed. the suit claimed walmart truck driver kevin roper traveled 700 miles to get to his truck in delaware. that took 11 hours. then he drove the big rig another 13 1/2 hours before the extent on the new jersey turnpike. he allegedly fell asleep while driving 65 miles an how in a 45-mile-an-hour construction zone before hitting the mini vachblt walmart said they're cooperating with the investigation. the drive e pleaded not guilty to the charges.
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the germans tyke the 1-0 victory. the celebration in berlin lasted most of the night. 250,000 fans watching the game in front of the brandonburg gate. meanwhile there was an ugly scene. at least 06 people were arifted. the only goal of the game happened seven minutes into overtime. he had not been born the last time germany won the world cup. that was back in 1990. i started watching, as you all know, about three weeks ago, but that was a perfect goal going right in the net. >> artistic. >> always a beautiful game, they say. facebook said it was the biggest sporting event that people have ever seen. it generate 2d 780 million facebook interactions related to
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sunday's gamt. that beat the old record of super bowl xlviii. they never saw the moments of the game. weny-tv broke in for a weather report. >> stunner for argentina who defended with their lives and played -- >> reports now due to the fact that a tornado warning has been issued for parts of our viewing are area. >> some complained bitterly online. some threw things at the tv, i imagine. others defended the station for doing its job. team usa's goalkeeper tim horde talks about his newfound fame in the united states and the markets opportunity. how he gives advice to younger
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athletes and looks ahead to a possible run at the next world cup in 2018. >> all right. more than one wish came true for a boy in wisconsin. the 8-year-old boy named caleb needed a bone marrow transplant. he was happy when his brother was a donor. he got to throw out the first pitch at miller's park. le did well. i think 50 cent is called him for tips. remember that throw? it look like a grand ma throw. >> including some presidents. >> that's true. that's true. today is the eighth and final day of the running of fwuls in policeman employam plo. two men were gored in the leg. spanish police are looking frp for a man who took a selfie.
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using a recording disease was banned this year. on "face the nation" bob schieffer had some advice for selfie takers. >> to be on the safe side satisfied your selfie urge by taking a photo of yourself phenomenal your home or studio. excuse me. >> he has the best sense of humor, bob schieffer does. he had great show on "face the nation" yesterday. ahead on "cbs this morning" he knows his way around the kitchen, but the star of "cake boss" ran into trouble on the water. we
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deadliest catch" star sig hansen and his daughter mandy. they're in the green room. he said the best part of captain is bringing your crew home safely. why she's now on the boat. that's ahead of "cbs this morning."
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but "cake boss" star buddy vel las toe needed help on the water. they saved him and his family when their boat got stranded in thick fog on new york harbor. after the rescue he posted photos to instagram. one caption read i want to thank my friends at nypd for coming to help me and my family stuck on the hudson towing us in. you guys rock. next picture, next time we go out at night, we need to check the forecast.
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#mywifewantstokillme. >> i love to think about his wife. it was his wife who said they need to call for help after they almost got clocked by a bigger boat. she said, now it's time to call for help. isn't that always the way, charlie. it's always the wife who has to say, okay, dear, call somebody. grammy winner colbie callait says the pressure to look good is bad for her music. >> when i feel like i have to be on tv i feel there's a pressure i have to look a certain way and dress sexier and make sure that my nails are done and it's an exhausting process. through this process of promoting i've stopped all of that. >> we'll look at her daring new music video that takes on photoshop next on "cbs this morning."
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callait says you don't need to have a shot to be your perfect best. as kevin frazier co-host of the "insider" reports colbie callait is not the only one in this fight. >> reporter: the video for singer/songwriter colbie callait with the song "try' begins with her and other winning full hair and makeup. ♪ you don't have to try so hard ♪ >> reporter: callait spoke of the evolution. >> i wanted it to be about me in hair and makeup and wiping everything off. >> reporter: she also released a lyric video of family and friends to submit makeup-free photos of themselves. >> i hear girls all the time i wish i could look like that person. i'm nerve going to look like that. i want them to know we don't
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look like this northernly. >> reporter: in an interview with "elle" she talked about her photoshop. she said my arm was shaved down and it mademy look very skinny. i think that gives a false reality. callait isn't the only person to take a stance against altered image. in march singer lourd tweeted flaws are okay and in 2010 jessica simpson appeared in "marie clear" sans any makeup or photoshop touching. it focus on an executive turned activist who's spear heading the campaign to push through congress the truth in advertising act. the bill called for them to develop a regulatory framework on how to deal with these adds. >> we're talking about our changes to a person's body
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shape, size, proportion, color, and/or the enhancement or removal of character. if you take away the bags under my eyes, that's what we're talking about. >> reporter: he's praising callait for speaking out. >> she's stepped up and said i going to be part of the solution, not the perpetuation of this health crisis. i think she's beautiful. >> reporter: for callait it's inspired a change in herself too. >> i stopped with the extra dieting before a shoot because it's not my realistic weight and it's such a nice feeling to not care. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning" i'm kevin frazier in los angeles. >> that's an interesting idea. toimt know. doesn't everyone want to be aspirational. >> i'm like please take the bags out from under my eyes. bide on west 57th going, taxi. they'd be going who's that crazy
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person. get the point. she doesn't want to good mornings everyone, i'm ukee washington. today more than a thousand employees at the trump plaza casino will receive notification the casino expects to close this fall. trump entertainment resorts says no final decision has been made, but the company says it expects the board walk casino to close its doors september 16th. now, if it does, atlantic sitly have lost a third of its casinos. and quarter of its casino work force in less than nine months. katie has your forecast in the weather center, good morning. >> may end up being stormy one, not necessarily talking about wash out after day here but will eventually be heavy, soaking thunderstorms that rumble through, yes, could be locally severe, as the entire delaware valley sits in a severe weather thrown zone here today. so at the moment, while storm
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scan3 may be featuring nothing more than couple every isolated shower will change with time here. also pretty quiet, cloudy down the shore, but at least tranquil to start the day, if you want to get in some beach time, i highly advise that do you it early on, because eventually some showers and storms will rumble in, and we don't want you out in these storms, guys, because again, they could be severe. tomorrow, also, features that severe weather potential believe it or not. by wednesday we should start to clear out, with maybe some lingering rain specially in the morning. bob? >> 8:26. morning, everybody, couple of problems, 95 northbound there is downed tree at route 320. which is exit number six. so we're jammed soiled as you approach the commodore barry bridge becomes 5-mile back up, all because of everybody pushed over to the two left lanes. ben franklin bridge, major jam coming into philadelphia. this week, there are only three lanes open during the morning rush hour, coming into philadelphia. so we're back up from the admiral wilson on in, and crash along 322 in west chester right at copeland school road.
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otherwise mass transit looking good. back to you. >> next update is at 8: 55, up next on cbs this morning, new breed of artists with a unconventional canvas. for more local news weather traffic and sports we're on the "cw
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he stopped in denver. >> he shook hands. he ran into someone who for some unknown reason was wearing a horse mask. how did he get. >> the face is the face of the secret service guy. that's a man who knows he's got a tough conversation with the president in five minutes. hey, tony, how do you think that meet and greet went? i tell you what i remember. that guy with the horse mask lunged out at me and you stood there and [ bleep ] at his snout. >> it would be an interesting conversation. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour, a decade later, a deadliest catch is more exciting than ever. for the first time a woman is
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joining the crew for the northwestern sig hansen and his 18-year-old daughter mandy. she's the woman on the crew. we'll look at the dangers of the job and how mandy convinced her dad to bring her aboard anyway. how a suburban father is gaining fans and followers. it's all because of his art and social media. that's ahead. right now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" says the famed will join with ebay. they take a look at the star of sunday's world cup final. super mario gotze. his girlfriend is a model lingerie girlfriend, not a
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librarian. nothing wrong with a librarian. the 22-year-old who scored a goal yesterday is a devout christian. yesterday he was traded to his current team. that makes him the second most expensive player from germany. >> and the happiest. >> the "los angeles times" says airbus is seeking a patent for an airline seat that resemles it. it has no tray table or headrest and little leg room. it's designed to create more seats. "u.t. san diego" reports how ipads cause reactions. nickel rashes are not life-threatening but can be very uncomfortable and can be treated with steroids and antibiotics. yaus today says kiss is taking up residence in las
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vegas. paul stanley said, quote, if kiss is on steroids, this is a double dose. and the register looks at man who caught a very big fish. it took him 40 minutes to haul in a giant halibut. it weighed 482 pounds. one of the largest ever caught. jack says he's not a big fish eater but he's got a lot to eat. deadliest catch has high ratings but this year dan sig hansen has a new challenge. for the first time a woman joins his crew. it's his 18-year-old daughter mandy. she's hoping to prove to her family she can follow in her family's footsteps by nabbing steps. >> mandy, mandy, mandy, when you're in there, always keep an eye out too because they can sneak up on the rail. >> okay. >> the tall white things, get out. >> okay.
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>> it will take the pot. you and the pot. >> reporter: with every pot coming on deck, the weather picks up. >> as a dad you want to protect her, you know. i wasn't prepared because we've never had to deal with it. it's an 18-year-old kid. >> an 18-year-old kid who ease his daughter. captain sig hansen and the lovely mandy hansen join us at the table. it's great to see you both. this is a different kind of take your daughter to work. you say why go fishing when you have brains and do what you want. did you change? >> no. i was glad to have her on board after she left the boat because it was nerve-racking. she's a smart kid and you can always go fishing. i'm trying to push her into college if i can. they couldn't keep me in school. >> you had no reservations about
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this? >> as far as putting her on the boat? i was terrified. >> terrified of what? >> let's face it. she's a high school girl, you know. not the biggest kid out there. it's a dangerous occupation, you know. i can tell you -- for example, we've left the dock -- we were going to partner up with a boat and we had a mechanical problem, so we stayed in. ten hours later we finally got going. our partner boat when he left, he disappeared. they never saw him again. it's a very dangerous occupation. >> why do you do it? >> that's all i know how do. i've been fishing since i was the age of 12. every simmer. four generations. >> four generations, yeah. >> you say you've begun to fear the ocean more an more. why is that? >> i think age, you know. you feel like you got lucky to make it this far. we have a very good safety record and we've kept the same crew, which makes the boat safer. you start swapping guys out and you're really asking for trouble. we've been forlt gnat. but i feel like, is your time
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up? >> and, mandy, you said you've loved the water since you were 4 years old. does the danger bother you when you're out there? >> no. i'm just focused on getting the job done. what scares me is obviously it's different. you're filming and there are cameras on board and there was a chase boat. that scares you. i see a chase boat. it's there alone. you're out there all by yourself. it's just you and the ocean. >> it puts you in perspective. >> when you have a family history, does it make you feel like you have something to prove? >> yes, definitely. i can't see myself anywhere else. i can't see why i can't follow your footsteps. >> i've got big feet, pal. >> at one point you said you'll have to talk to your mother. she did. then you said there's no way to rearrange your schedule and you did. what convinced your mom. >> i told her it's something i
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wanted to do. >> you can say i want to jump off a bridge and you can't do that either. >> she knows me. >> she basically threatened her own mother is what she did. she did. she said she had other job opportunities on other boats and my wife and i figured, look, if you're that passionate about it, do it, get it out of your system. >> what did the other crew members say? >> they're not pleased about it. >> not necessarily because she's a girl. >> oh, yeah, because she's a girl and my daughter. >> really. >> yeah. thing about it. it's the safety issue and it is my daughter. but my brothers are on the boat. there's a lot of family on the boat. then you add my daughter. >> how can they treat her the same knowing she is your daughter, sig? at one point one of the guys said if this was a dude or a nephew he'd be in the corner in the fetal position for a mistake she made. >> she didn't get too much preferential treatment. a little bit.
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come on. for me it was like quality time like i can show her different things. i was proud to have her but at the same time the guys got a little envious and tough luck. it's my boat. >> that's a lot of pressure. >> she was determined she was going do it. >> i love your attitude about this. >> superstitions on the water, mandy. >> yeah. i'm not exactly sure where it all started out with but when on board itself, it's not normal. you've got the limitations. i'm small. you'd rather pick a bigger guy over me. that's how it's been. >> i'd rather pick a guy that's got it in his hear. that's the guy we want. as far as superstitions, you know, we don't open anything upside down bates depicts an upside-down vessel or you don't have horseshoes on a boat because that's bad luck. >> what did you think of the movie "perfect storm?" >> i liked it. it was all right. a little extreme. >> does it put your stomach in
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knots like it does mean? >> after a while i see things. like when i watch "deadliest catch," you forget what you went through and then you have to watch it again. like for her, i remember her watching the weather forecast and telling me, dad, there's a storm coming, did you know? she shouldn't have to be worried about my weather. this is a little kid worried about it. >> sid, i had a little crab cocktail the other day. >> good. keep buying it. >> i look at it differently now. somebody risked their life for that. not be smalty but i never thought people can lose their life while i'm enjoying crab with tartar sauce. >> the show's done wonders. you can't buy that kind of advertising. so people are aware of what they're getting hourks it got to the plate. it's flattering. we just love it. we really do. >> thank you. mandy, good luck. >> mandy, good for you. >> a punch from dad.
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>> captain sig and his daughter mandy hansen. "the deadliest catch" is the name of the show. it airs tuesday nights on the discovery channel. lee
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every day an average of 60 million photos are shared worldwide on instagram.
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some people are going beyond the selfie to add art. lee woodruff shows us how instagram is turning a dad into a world-famous artist. good morning. >> good morning. it crease created a gateway to artists like robertson to a massive interactive global audience. donald robertson's art is a pun chi stream of pop culture commentary. >> i've heard you referred to as the andy warhol of now. >> right. >> how does that feel? >> god knows i rip off andy warhol on daily basis. what i really want to be known as, i want to be the pharrell of art. i want to be the happy guy. pharrell, i just think, is the best. ♪ >> reporter: with a blend of
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gaffer's tape, and whatever else he may have laying around the studio robertson has produced thousands of colorful unique pieces inspired by fashion and celebrity to the world cup. as the fouper of mac cosmetics he's worked with mumt. fashion magazines and is currently in development for estee lauder. >> anybody who has ever worked for me has like a hundred drawings of themselves but this is a chance for me to go global. >> robertson has joined a new breed of artists claiming popularity and fame through the photoshop in the stay gram. donald drawbertson as he's known online -- >> if you're not posting about kanye and kim's wedding seconds after it's happened you're sort of missing the momentum of the thing. >> you've become the darling of the fashion industry. everybody who's anybody follows
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you. >> let me tell you something. if you draw or paint anybody taller or thinner than they actually are, you're going to be very popular. >> his gaffer tape and paintings have also become fashion. >> this guy approached me on instagram to do collaborations with him. he was going to take my drawings and turn them into fabric prints so i sent him a picture of painting i had done of lips and the next thing you know i'm sitting front row at a show in london and all these lip dresses starting coming down the runway and i was like, oh, my god, this is crazy. >> he calls it high functioning add waking up at 4:00 a.m. feverishly waking up and making piece after piece before taking on his other role husband and father of five in suburban new york. >> you have a lots of balls in the air. >> yes. >> how do you manage this rise to stardom with five kids.
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>> yep. >> newborn twins. >> yep. >> a job at is tay laudehr. >> yep. >> and sort of grilling out in the back and taking the trash out in suburbia. >> totally. first of all, i don't take the trash out. i turn it into art. that's a. that's one job taken care of. the way an day warhol turns to celebrities to be inspired, i turn to suburbia. i love a grocery store. there's nothing that makes me happier than a wall of cereal at a stop and shop. i love things that have a feeling or target but also a feeling of prestige. >> what does it looing like to look at all our your grocery bags on one wall? >> i see a lot of bills. this should be called feeding five kids. >> reporter: one of his opened up. a high explosion of fashion and suburban concoction. every piece from the prolific
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basement. >> it's a little beautiful mind. it's a little garage. >> reporter: for an artist that loves impossible collaborations as he calls them, the rare blending of his talents has made donald robertson's art not only possible. >> i'm brander. know e what people want. >> you know what they want for products but somehow you've translated that through art. >> yes, through my own lens, through my own filter. >> robertson sells his art through another app as soon as it's posted on instagram, it's also posted to trendable. you can buy it immediately. what robertson calls it selling it wet. >> i love that e.t. made of louis vuitton material. >> his mind is constantly churning. >> he's neighbor of yours. >> he lives in the neighborhood next to mine. i was working at bobbi brown's
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office. my niece said you've got to check this guy out. he just had his first show. >> stories come from the most unlikely places. i love this guy, pharrell of art. >> did you see what he did of you? i think we have a shot of the three of you that he did. >> i haven't seen it. >> whoa. >> that's a great. >> thank you. thank you. we'e'll take break.
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we hope these guys are jumping for joy. a boat off the coast new zealand. not one but two humpbacks leaping out of the water at the same time. they call this a double breach. the guy on the boat said that's first time he's seen that in 30 years. she was taking a selfie. >> i wonder if they're friends.
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. we want to head to ever kate anyone minute. first, update on developing story this morning. an odor forces more than 100 people from their homes in montgomery county. the powerful odor showed up about 6:00 last night skippack montgomery county. township officials and representatives of dep and. epa they've taken samples and conducted tests, they've gotten high readings of so called volatile organic chemical. there are no injuries, and we will have more for you on talk philly at noon on cbs36789 updates all day long at right now we want to talk about the storms that moved through overnight. getting more today. >> looks as though today will be pretty significant severe weather day for us, we are all in the midst after slight risk for that severe weather
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potential today. we look at storm scan3, for the last few hours, been casino of lackluster, not heck of a lot going on, the heaviest rain actually stayed out to sea, but just give it time folks. >> we will heat up today. heat combined with the increased humidity, moisture content means any storms that fire up will easily produce heavy downpours at noon flashflood watch in fact does go into effect. so it is just steamy for the next two days, and stormy for that matter. tomorrow also severe weather threat for specially south jersey and delaware by wednesday, starting to clear out, it will feel a lot better, too. >> 8:56. live look at i-95 northbound jammed up from pretty much about 5-mile stretch approaching 320 because of earlier downed tree there is guy taming a break here after cutting the tree down, but the right lane is blocked. >> only three lanes open this week on the ben franklin, coming into philadelphia.
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and we have been jammed all morning long, looks like starting to break up little bit here as you come in toward center city, and crash along hill tyne pike at the bethlehem pike, mass transit looking good, back over to you. >> bob, thank up. that's eyewitness fuse for now, talk philly coming up at noon on c cbs36789 i'm erika von tiehl. hope you
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