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suspect. >> witness who didn't want his face schenn says he saw a fight and then suspect run moyer over with his car. >> we have seen a gentlemen go running out behind another vehicle, and the door was open vehicle backup. >> reporter: suspect then took off leaving the good samaritan with non-life threatening injuries. >> no issues before occasional accident but that is bit. so, you know it is scary. >> i believe he is dangerous. if he has done this once he has done it once before we need to get him off the street. >> reporter: while they commend his good samaritan efforts they don't conn down them. safees thing to do is to call 911. reporting from delaware county alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". philadelphia police are looking for young people involved in the beating of a passenger last week on the walnut locust platform of the broad street line. you can see the group continuing to beat the victim even as he tries to runaway. the man was treated for minor injuries. police are hoping that someone
might recognize faces that are isolated on that video tape. they say if you do they'd love you to call 911. now to chopper three over west chester university today where police are investigating three assaults, two off campus and one on campus. they all happened last week n2 of the incidents students were approached on the treat by a man who demanded money. the third involved a sexual assault. police are urging students on campus to be on alert. frontier airlines jet at new castle airport remains stuck in the mud and it is not going anywhere until crews can figure out how to free it. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson joins us from the airport with the very latest steve. >> reporter: chris, so or toy report to you and our viewers that i have very little in the way of ab update. this has been the same scene that we have basically seen for hours now. the plane has been stuck for more than 20 hours in the mud. crews right now all i can tell you what they are telling me
is that they have raised the plane ever so slightly and they are back filling some of the material underneath tires to get more of a stable surface to put heavy machinery on it and get it back on to the concrete that is all work that has not game out. we were there as this latest operation started. it took just one moment for this plane to turn from family filled flight to paradise to 70 tons of a sunken metal headache. monday, after several a attempts to try to pull the a319 out of the muddy prison crews inflated an air bag underneath the wing to try to raise it up. sunday night orlando bound frontier flight 1345 was traveling at low speed down a taxiway at new castle will airport. 9:30 airline officials say the pilot veered off course from the concrete surface to the patch of glass. both nose gear and right main gear sank engine hanging just
a few inches from the ground. representatives would not comment on how the accident happened but released a statement saying quote the safety of our customers and crew is always our first priority and frontier is cooperating with local and federal authorities in investigating what occur. there were 105 passengers and five crew members on board, no one was hurt. as we watched earlier, those passengers boarded a second frontier air liner and took off hopefully with all of this behind them. meanwhile we thought maybe they would pack up and start again in the morning but they have recently brought out floodlights. they are in this for a long hall. local state federal officials will be investigating the cause as they continue to dig the plane out of the mud. that is very latest from new castle airport, steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". tough work steve thanks very much. head on crash in mayfair has left two teens in the
hospital and in critical condition tonight. we are told victims were on a motorcycle traveling southbound on hawthorn street when they collided with an suv. both have been taken to aria health torresdale. more than 50 people's vac waited this mount holly neighborhood after a contractor ruptured a gas line. chopper three over 400 block of kirby court, shortly afternoon time today. pse&g says 50 to 60 residents had to evacuate to a nearby school. crew did his cut the flow though and they are in the process of repairing that damage gas line. a burlington county barn fire forced a second a alarm. chopper three over there at 26,000 block of mount pleasant road in mansfield. fire official delays were no animals inside the barn at the time of the fire. it took fire fighters an hour to get those flames under conn troll. well, chris brilliant day on the sky deck with plenty of sunshine but temperatures still running at least
10 degrees below normal. on storm scan three we are looking at clear skies a few cloud to the west and a few rain and wet snow showers. the these are moving toward the south east towards baltimore and washington where they expect a few snow showers late tonight and perhaps even dover sewing a few flurries. for rest of us it will bring a few clouds in philadelphia the normal high is 55. that is 13 degrees below average. this evening temperatures will be falling through the 30's with a few increasing cloud toward the 11:00 o'clock hour on our way down in the 20's in many locations. you can see future temperatures. come tomorrow morning we will be at 28 degrees at 5:00a m in philadelphia, 22 in allentown. by the afternoon back in the 40's but still chilly come wednesday morning. coming up we will talk about not only the chill but showers return. then we will chase 70 degrees in that seven day before a chilly end to the month of march. so long march. hopefully april will bring
more warmth as we head toward the the summer season. that is the latest from the sky deck i will see you late inert broadcast. >> thank you very much. we have learned much more tonight about sunday's deadly shooting inside a west philadelphia barber shop. investigators now say that a man walk in the shop and pulled out a gun. another man already inside the shop then pulled out a gun of his own and shot the original gunman who later died. that man was licensed to carry a firearm. he went to the 16th police headquarters and reported the incident. today u.s. justice department released a report on the philadelphia police democrats and its use of deadly force. it is all as a result of the request made by commissioner charles ramsey following a surge in officer involved shoot initial 2013. "eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter has in more on the d o.j.'s findings. >> reporter: hoping to prevent scenes like these in which police used deadly violence police commissioner charles
ramsey in 2013 requested the department of justice to study officer involved shootings. now that report is public. >> we have identified 48 findings that do identify what we would call serious deficienciness key areas. >> reporter: the study makes 91 recommend dayses better policies training and equipping more officers with non-lethal weapons. >> i think what we're doing here today is a start. you a what can we do now? we're doing it right now? that is having a press conference and letting people know exactly what is in the. >> reporter: reveals 80 percent of the suspects in officer involved shootings are african americans. the number of those shootings declining from 58 in 202 to 30 in 2013. the report also recommend that cases of unarmed suspects being shot by officers be investigated by an outside agency. it recommend that the department provide more
information to the police advisory commission that overseas departmental activities. no justice no peace. >> reporter: among protesters rallying outside of the press conference, was the cousin of brandon tait-brown shot by police in a confrontation in which the department and district attorney ruled that the officer act thed properly. we know that there is a major issue concerning black and brown people and police. >> reporter: as he left ramsey walk past the demonstration a sign that many including his officers and the public, will be watching to see what changes will be made. in center city, walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, flags continue to fly at half staff at all new jersey state build initial on of the marine killed in the help helicopter crash almost two weeks ago today. captain sandford shaw the third is native of basking ridge, somerset county.
he died march 10th conducting a training exercise off the coast of florida. six other marines and four lou san national guard men also died when that helicopter crashed in dense fog. for the second time in a month police are investigating air bag thefts the in a northeast philadelphia neighborhood. the latest happened overnight near hartel avenue and front knack street in rhawnhurst. thieves smashed windows of five cars there all late model hondas, and they got away with three air bags. our jan carabao spoke to one eye witt no, sir whose husband sounded the alarm. >> he ran down the steps and hit panic button. by the time he came down they were gone. >> it is a sad situation thaw cannot leave your car parked out front and be safe. >> back on march 1st air bags were stolen from nine hondas in that same neighborhood, and those air bags are a hot commodity on the black market. the national insurance crime bureau says they can cost a
thousand dollars from legitimate retailers. thieves reportedly sell black market air bags for a couple have hundred bucks. well mo'ne davis respond to an offensive tweet by a former bloomsberg baseball player, still to come here on "eyewitness news" we will have an e-mail she sent to the school about that player who posted a comment on twitter. it also turns out that drivers in the garden state are bucking up when it comes to car insurance. we will tell you where new jersey falls on the nast list for most costly coverage. kathy? it is a beautiful day but soon we are going to be seeing the chill giving way to some warmer temperatures, as we head toward the end of the month. we will look at temperatures soaring towards the 07's in the seven day, hi, beasley. nfl owners meeting underway in phoenix with several rules changes on the table. how about a nine-point play, new camera angles, several nfl cities will get a significant change.
>> did you hear that? what do you mean. >> surprise announcement from mill a kunis on tonight's premiere of the late, late show with james corden. tonight learn more about james corden hear what local brits have to have say about him. they are saying america will love him. stay up for "eyewitness news" and then check out james corden, the late late show premiers tonight on cbs-3 right after the late show with david letterman. well, mo'ne davis is asking bloomsberg university to reinstate the baseball player who sent out an insulting tweet about her this weekend. first base man joey castle bury used an offensive word chris citing the news that disney was planning a movie about mo'ne davis's life. the tweet made reference to taney's lost to nevada in last summer's little league world series. mo'ne sent a e-mail to bloomsberg's president that read while i admit i was hurt when i read his comments i
felt sad that he was dismissed from the team. i hope you'll give him a second chance and allow him to play. bloomsberg responded in a statement saying that mo'ne's request demonstrates the type of person that she is her level of maturity and empathy that her family and coach teach her. but the school said it stand firm on its decision, however they say the young man's consequences will be reviewed as is common in disciplinary actions like this one. what do you think of mo'ne davis and her response to all this? let us know, connect with us on facebook and twitter and you can see your comment right here on "eyewitness news". well, funeral arrangements for eagles legend chuck bednarik have been released. a public viewing will be held on thursday from noon until 4:00. and then again from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at connell funeral home in bethlehem pennsylvania. a private mass will be held on friday, for friend and family. check bednarik passed away
saturday following a brief illness. he is considered one of the greatest eagles of all time. a new report indicates that new jersey drivers are paying the most for auto insurance anywhere in the country. the national association of insurance commissioners says that the new jersey motorist paid on average $1,220 in 2012. about 50 percent more than the national average of $815. new jersey is among most densely populated states so that means more cars and more accidents. well summer job is right of passage for many teens and today, and, and, and mayor dana redd kick off hiring phase for two summer programs that provide teenagers with jobs. the the summer recreation program and summer food services program. teenage tours day got a chance to fill out job applications. these programs not only provide jobs but also lunch
and nourish. for many at risk youth. >> just to put them into perspective last year last summer, we have distributed more than 5600 lunches a day, to camden families that were enrolled in our summer youth recreation program good marriedd says more than 4,000 children participated in last years program and she wants those numbers to inn crease. in weather we're talking about sunny skies to end the day a few cloud rolling in and a few snow showers through ohio that will make it down towards baltimore overnight. we are just talking about that cloud. eyewitness weather watchers are reporting temperatures that are running 10 degrees below normal for this time of the year. we should be in the the 50's but that is definitely not the case. lets look at a few temperatures across the region. the right now temperature his 4 degrees in the warminster region. barbara reporting in at willow grove at 44 degrees with wind
west but fairly light. we will take to you delaware near wilmington area and newark where temperatures are pretty uniform in the lower 40's which is about 13 degrees below normal and tyler is saying yeah only 42 degrees, wind northwest at 12 miles an hour. no cloud, beautiful sunshine. i love it. especially when we have a strong march sunshine. carolyn says yes, i'm seeing the crook uses on their way and they will be, with some warmer temperatures moving n take a look at the outside. we have a beautiful view from the home of the river sharks and camden's looking across the delaware at a picture perfect sky line. great visibility. plenty of blue skies. sun glare to deal with heading west and heading home. temperatures will be falling slowly over the course of the evening. the right now in philadelphia we are at 42. thirty-seven in allentown. twenty-seven in the poconos. forty-two in dover. and to the south we have some
50's but looking to the north and west 30's and 20's. still some cold air left with high pressure to the north. we will see temperatures falling in the 20's overnight by tomorrow morning warming up with a few clouds rolling on in and 40's tomorrow afternoon. we have to wait for this warm front. it will be bringing some showers during the afternoon on wednesday but at least you'll be bringing some milder air. after that, we will watch as the real surge of warmth moves in for thursday. temperatures rising through 60's, some spots making it in the 70's out of the frontal boundary and some convection a chance of few rumbles of thunder, thunderstorm or two on thursday as a cold front approaches. here's ups and downs. we will see milder air moving in and peeking on thursday and then watch here we go as a trough build again and temperatures bottoming out on saturday in some spots in the 30's again. overnight increasing cloud, low of 26, we will jump up to 46 by tomorrow afternoon.
we're gradually warming up. and, cold front, moving through and friday we're in the 50's. but then saturday in the the 40's. some spots only in the 30's and then gradually getting better as we even the month of march. so long march. >> and it has a lot of the dirt and things that have built up. >> dirty snow. >> clean it up out there. >> good idea. >> thanks, kathy. "cbs evening news" is just a few minutes away scott pelley joins with us a look ahead, scott. >> reporter: hi chris great to be with you in philadelphia a here's the "cbs evening news" tonight. isis has put out a hit list naming individual u.s. servicemen and women. what is being done to protect them. plus cbs news investigates fires in the popular suv. britain pulls out all of the
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well nfl owners meeting on the way in phoenix where team is considering several rules changes for 2015. thirteen potential replay changes and extra point kick is under review proposals like moves it from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line ideas as extreme as indianapolis calling for a seven-point touchdowns and teams that then add a successful two-point attempt can earn a 50-yard kick that could result in a nine-point play. they need to leave ate loan. on another topic shady mccoy is a philadelphia eagle wearing a buffalo bills
uniform. he has not let go. appearing on the rich ice even show he he called chip kelly signing of demarco murray and ryan matthews a panic move after frank gore back out. shady went on to comment on chip's expanded roll over personnel. >> chip is a real good coach. this is something different for him, kind of managing both from being a coach and now kind of managing the team as far as players that they get and pay. >> he needs to let go and move on. he is a buffalo bill now. we will get a glimpse of the phillies when aaron nola takes the mound against yankees. he is in the minor league camp and expect to start the season in double a reading. today fightins took on minnesota when codey asche hit his third home run of the spring to give phillies a a two to nothing lead. another strong outing from david buchanan, he a allowed two hits and struck out three and five scoreless innings, he has allowed just three earned runs and 16 innings this
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scott pelley reports from new york. >> pelley: an isis hit list names american servicemen and women. the pentagon asks police to protect them. also tonight that alleged gang rape at uva rape at uva, the police announce the findings of their investigation. cbs news investigates fires in a popular s.u.v. and a king finally gets his wish. >> my kingdom for a horse! >> pelley: but it's pulling his hearse. >> this is captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: isis is taking its war of terror to the american homeland, or trying to. an online campaign is targeting 100 specific members of the u.s. military in