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recovering from hurricane sandy are now bracing for the possibility of another major storm. hurricane joaquin is colonel moving towards the center islands of the bahamas. storm scan3 shows the hurricane churning in the atlantic and it's getting stronger. joaquin is now a category three hurricane. good evening everyone, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm jessica dean the exact path of the storm is still unclear but meteorologist justin drabick in for kate tonight you've been getting new information into the wet sent. >> that's right. jessica this storm upgrade to do major hurricane category three. winds at 115 miles per hour. but still little bit early in the game a lot going on in the upper atmosphere to get an exact track on this storm. now here we are just east of the bahamas. you can see good looking hurricane on satellite imagery. the progression again still to the south and west but eventually forecast to move to the north over the next 48 hours or so but back hole, things are drying out now.
so that's good news there. at least catch break from the rain a couple of showers earlier. but the front stays stalled offshore and another wave of said dee rain will start to move northward impact our region especially again tomorrow night and certainly on friday. that's not associated with joaquin. here's what we know. expected to intensify a little bit more over the next 24 hours. toe potential us landfall highest risk in the mid atlantic at this point. still uncertainty remains because some of the models take this storm inland into the mid atlantic but the euro model keeps it out to sea. those two scenarios are possible. here's a look at the model spread right now. from the storm and again you can see the consensus now trying to confine it more into the carolinas that's most likely bet at this point but still some models take it farther to the north an few take it out to sea. little bit uncertainty still to go yet hopefully in the next 24 hours we can nail this down. heavy rain and wind associated
with a cold front. sunday and monday we watch joaquin we could be seeing heavy rain but into the weekend from that front we'll see gusty wind at the shore high win watch for friday and saturday. all right. we'll talk about the potential impacts for the delaware valley coming in a few minutes. jessica, back to you. >> justin thank you many down the shore are keeping a close eye on joaquin watching its ever move. "eyewitness news" diana rocco has more from tuckerton, ocean county which got hit hard by hurricane sandy. >> it was like bomb went off right in this neighborhood. i mean, people lost their homes. >> reporter: images of sandy destruction are still fresh in the minds of all in this tiny tuckerton beach community. homes still remain untouched. abandoned after the storm. or in the process of reconstruction. homeowners say if joaquin moves in, they'll evacuate. >> how can you not? you know, suffer such a devastating below. media saying it could happen again. so yeah it's on their mine. >> shore line communities have
already activated emergency management systems warning residents to take all necessary measures. >> we don't know if it's going to be an inch. we don't know if it's going to be 10 feet. we just don't know yet. >> reporter: you don't want to take any chances. >> we can't. because if it hits here monday, sunday, monday it's too late. >> reporter: when hurricane sandy moved in the water came with such force over the bulkhead it knock these five homes clear off their pilings. now nearly though years later, and the rebuilding process still hasn't started. this is what that same area look like just days after sandy hit. >> i can honestly physical you i probably lost $250,000 in sandy and i don't want -- not only that, there's lot of heart ache. >> maritime owner owner eric hanson has started pulling boats from the water. sandy taught him to never underestimate what can head this way. >> we've been trying to prepare. >> most here have their eye on the forecast and if it looks like joaquin is headed this way
it will be full on preparation mode 20 hours day pulling boats boarding homes and evacuating the area. in tuckerton beach, diana rocco cbs3 "eyewitness news". to the north belmar monmouth county is taking steps to get ready. bulldozer on the beach are creating walls of sand and crews are pumping out a lake to reduce the severity of flooding. >> by lowering this lake we helped mitigate against flooding into all the homes that surround it. so we have hundreds of families that are right now scared. >> up the shore and asbury park a ditch is being dug on the bitch in long branch a lone bulldozer operator prepared for the possibility of a destructive storm. harvey cedars trash cans were removed from the beach. as we track joaquin's path we have a guide unpreparing for hurricane on our website just go to cbsphilly.com and click on the link right there on our home page. >> in other news tonight and developing right now chopper three over a tanker truck fire in buck county this vehicle
caught fire on the lincoln hoy way in middletown township. crews now have it under control. it's not clear what caused the fire or what is inside the tanker. no injuries have been reported. the power is back on tonight in the city of camden. city hall and the county social services building will be open tomorrow. they closed today after an equipment failure this morning at a substation. rutgers camden and the camden county college campus shut down and then resumed classes at noon. it's unclear whether the rain we had in the overnight hours was in part responsible for the failure. two men are charged with beating and robbing an elderly war hero in west vincent township chester county. "eyewitness news" was zachary hails was brought into custody. authorities say he and joinery's pushed their what into the 81 year old's home on july 29th. authorities also say hails was appliance rei mayor man and had performed work at the home shortly before the robbery. authorities make arrest in a center city arson that damaged a
construction site and forced some people into nearby buildings to evacuate. police arrested 52 year old steven pettiway of philadelphia today. he's senhor in surveillance video. authorities say he intentionally set the for on south 13th street september 15th. that building was under construction two adjacent buildings were also damaged. today attorneys delivered their opening statements in the trial of the contractor charged in the deadly center city building collapse. six people were killed when a building under demolition collapsed on to a salvation army store at 22nd and market in june 2013. griffin campbell faces six counts of third degree murder. prosecutors say campbell was the lead contractor and left a four story brick wall unsupported before it collapsed. pope francis is reflecting on his trip to cuba and the united states as well as his time in philadelphia. the pontiff talked about the trip during his weekly audience at sain saint peters square. francis says his night from
havana to washington, d.c. was a symbol look one and spoke of building a bridge between the two countries. pope francis called his visit to philadelphia an opportunity to celebrate the family. he called the covenant between man and woman keep key to the prosperity and sal his car are the for the world. honoring remarkable acts of heroism the national liberty museum recognizing police officers, firefighters and emt's for going above and beyond the call of duty. our natasha brown was at tonight's ceremony where one hover was recognized for what he did off duty. >> reporter: in a room full of police officers, firefighters and first responders, stories of bravery and heroism a bound. >> on this day, they're being recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty. officers like ryan dubeil of the camden county police department. who was in new york on vacation when he jumped into action to save a woman's life. >> i was walking down the street, and saw a gentleman acting irate and he turned his
eyes and saw woman she was walking home from work it appeared and he grab her wrestled her to the ground put her in choke hold grabbed her by the hair. iran across the street, drew my firearm and my badge, identified myself as police officer. >> he's one of dozens of recipients of valor. being thrust not spotlight. >> it's one of those things police officers and firefighter do's stuff like this every day and nice to be recognized we don't do it for the rec anything. it feels nice to be honored. >> a lot of times our members put they are lives in jeopardy and danger but get no recognition you always hear about the things that our first responders don't do well. and when they do something well this is great time to acknowledge that. >> reporter: from officers and their k9 partners to firefighters and first responders, each celebrated extraordinary sacks of valor in a place most fitting the national liberty museum in old city. >> we tell the stories of ordinary men and women and people who do extraordinary things in ordinary lives.
so this kind of event really fits into our mission. >> reporter: this is the tenth annual awards of valor ceremony here at the national liberty museum. another year to honor of the finest, police, first responders and firefighters in the philadelphia region. in old city natasha brown cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> wonderful evening. joint aches and pains is a fact of life at one pope or another. >> but what about zapping away pain without needing drugs or invasive procedures? it's a strap you wear on your leg. still ahead health reporter stephanie stahl shows us how it works. >> coming to store near you the new way to pay with your credit card. why swiping is being replaced with dipping. justin. >> that's right. we are tracking more rain on the way for the end of the week and of course we'll be watching joaquin. we'll talk about this national hurricane center forecast track coming up in a few minutes. a new chapter in the hillary
surprise air strikes russian war plains pound syria as it enter that is country's civil war. russia says it targeted isis but "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt tells us, a local foreign relations expert is questioning russia's motives. >> reporter: one after another bombs dropped out of russian jets into syrian villages to days after president obama and president vladimir putin met face to face for the first time in two years. >> we're referring to exclusive toll operation of the russian air force to carry out strikes against isol positions in syria. >> reporter: russian jets
targeted areas not controlled by isis and that's causing concern. >> we must not and will not be confused in our fight against isol with support for usa. >> white house officials are worried russia is using air strike not to defeat isis but to help brew shard al-assad. this is just another example of put tip trying to act as a great power on the international sta stage. >> michael new nine is former army cap now the director of research for the foreign policy research institute in philadelphia. he specializes in scenarios like the one that's playing out in syria. with vladimir putin at the whe wheel. >> he's very cunning statesman. he has a lot of opportunities to make trouble for the united states and other actors in the region. >> noon nine says the struggle on the ground and in the air in syria has imitations not only short term but for the long term reputation of the united states.
>> 25 years ago, we were inn disputablely the greatest power in the international system. and today i think we've seen some chipping away at that. >> reporter: in an interview op 60 minutes vladimir putin said that he believes the as sad regime was legitimately elected. the united states disagrees with that. that's why there's tension between the two super powers in the world. david superintendent cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> david, thank you. newly row lowed e-mails show hackers tried repeated toll access hillary clinton's private e-mail server. those hackers were reportedly linked to russia and tried five times to access the server when clinton was secretary of state. they said infected e-mails disguised as speeding tickets that would have given access if she click on the tajed links. it's not clear if clinton's server was ever compromised. >> fbi is mounting major new effort to solve the art breaking disappearance of this couple a
deck ago. reward offers from maine to florida. the couple vanish along wither pickup truck after leaving a south street restaurant on february 19th, 2005. petrone's mother tells "eyewitness news" she hopes the national exposure will at least bring some answers. >> prosecutors say they will not charge caitlyn jenner for her role in deadly car crash in malibu california. back in february authorities say jenner's cadillac escalade crashed into to cars and pushed one no oncoming traffic. driver kim, was killed when her lexus was hit by a hummer. prosecutors say there was not enough evidence for a convict. on the cbs3 health watch, a new kind of paint relief that's wearable. it's an fda cleared al alternative to taking medication for having procedures and tonight health reporter stephanie stahl shows us how it zaps away pain. >> reporter: playing squash is just one of the many sports david anderson loves. but all the activity has taken a toll.
>> general degeneration of one or more of the joints in my right leg much whether it's the hip, whether it's the spine, whether -- we don't rolly know. >> reporter: constant pain forced the 63 year old to limit activities and depend on up to 12 ibuprofen pills a day many he was relieved to find a simple solution. >> i think it's pretty amazing engineering. >> it's called quell awarable pain relief device. >> it looks pretty basic. >> it is. there's nothing fancy about it. it's very straight for. >> it's a slim bat row power band implanted with electrodes that's worn around the calf. electrical nerve stimulation can block pain signals. >> it does it by tapping into your central nervous system. >> frank is with neuro metric. it works for chronic pain caused by a number of conditions including sciatica and as tee yo arthritis. >> it basically stimulates sensory nerves in your legs which triggers the release of opioids and those are the body's
natural pain relievers. they block pain throughout the body. >> reporter: david who lives and work on the mainline says there's slight tingling sensation when he wears the device eight hours every day. it automatically cycles on and off. >> it doesn't bother you in in any way but you know it's doing something to affect the pain. >> reporter: some people experience skin irritation but for david whose been using it since june, the device has significantly reducing his pain and even works when he's not wearing it. >> it's completely controlled the daily pain that i was having and it has a much faster recovery after physical exerci exercise. it certainly has work for me. >> reporter: the quell device costs $250 and $30 month replacement electric strip. why they have been stimulation is proven for pain relief it doesn't work for everyone there's a money back guarantee. i'm stephanie stahl cbs3 it witness news. >> tomorrow is deadline for stores to have terminals that can read new computer chip credit cards.
problem many stores don't have them and many shoppers have yet to receive the new cards. thralled emv and have built in chip for added security. instead of swiping customers have to dip them into new card readers. those who have not received chip cards can still swipe. experts believe most people will receive the new cards by the end of the year. justin is joining us now and new information continues to come in. not only about the ran we'll get first but then joaquin as well. >> looking a little bit more likely the storm may go into the carolinas but still at this point not a lock. still a couple of scenarios we have to iron out because so much going on in the atmosphere. but potentially impacts from joaquin would be second half of the weekend for the delaware valley until then quiet for now. but we are track something more rain headed our way fort end of the week. let's take you out side right now where we had the showers earlier this evening. last of the cold front that's moving through but now that front is going to stall offshore and bring more rain. so just overcast skies currently as you take a live look at center city. fall weather fans you'll like
this forecast for the next few days. we're actually cool the temperatures down. past few days we were up in the 80s. and then now it's 65 at the airport in philadelphia. 53 in point every mount pock know. humidity levels starring to drop. look at that low in and mid 50s to the north and west that. cooler air continues to settle south and east for the neck several days. they're the front lined up offshore. you can see steadier rain developing across the tidal water of virginia heading north this will impact our region later on thursday and certainly friday. so another round of potentially heavy rainfall. front stays offshore but now we got to deal with the stronger northeast wind, thursday, fry daring saturday, even into sunday watch out along the coast if you're headed to the shore. gust too winds will kick up the surf. potential for coastal flooding and beach erosion. periods of rain for friday it's windy even in the inn land spo spots. saturday i think showers really come to an end early in the morning so saturday afternoon may be okay. just cloudy and windy and cool. then we watch joaquin as the storm potentially tracks
northwards towards the mid atlantic. coastal up packets because of the strong winds from the cold front could gust over 50 miles per hour. beach erosion rough surf not a good idea to try to swim in the ocean surf heights up around six to 10 feet. much of thursday at least the first half is dry. just some clouds. it will be breezy some steadier rain starts to move in late thursday night and periods of rain through the day on friday. some of that could be heavy at advertisements. saturday looking a little bit letter better a lot of these showers start to break up by the early morning hours. here's the latest on joaquin. winds at 115 miles per hour. gusting to 140 so that's category three major hurricane still east of the bahamas moving southwest but eventually start to go lift back northward over the next 24 to 48 hours making landfall somewhere along the carolina coastline sunday night as category two storm. as it tracks inland the storm does dissipate. we would feel the effects if that is the exact track in the form of some more rainfall moving in for the second half of the weekend a lot of players. we have this dip in the jet
stream upper level trough that's what's forecast to pick this storm up zen it northward. if the trough misses it the storm stays out to sea which is still possible but it look like the most likely scenario at this point would try to turn it towards the mid atlantic coastline. no matter what happens we're cooling with tropical moisture it will be rainy no matter what. how much rain now through saturday from the front? maybe an inch or two. more to the south. but if we add the potential effects from joaquin we could be dealing with three, four, maybe 5-inches in some parts of the delaware valley. tonight mostly cloudy maybe a stray shower 58 for the low temperature. tomorrow clouds continue, breezy, rain arrives late. high of only 63 degrees. even cooler on friday with the wind and rain. 58. saturday getting some morning showers i think the afternoon is okay still windy and then of course sunday and monday whatever is left of joaquin dealing with more rain temperatures warm back into the 70s early neck week. >> this is going to be interesting. >> it will be fun. (laughter). >> oh yeah lots of fun. >> oh, boy.
>> you have an eye on it. >> justin thank you. >> don is a watch the sports isn't we're talking about baseball. the fightings trying to live up to that nickname fighting against the nl east champion mets. the philadelphia union u.s. open cup hopes cups down to penalty and a philadelphia native john mccarthy. highlights coming up next.
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asher. and the look on his face says it all. asher goes two-thirds of an inning. five end runs. but in the sixth phils come crawling back after two run single by fred did he galvis ties it at five. wild pitch brings him in. phillies add another run on wild pitch and win seven to five. >> shot at a 500 record on the line landover when the birds visit the redskins this sunday. the eagles back at the practice field today trying to work out the kinks. a lot of talk so far this season about that inconsistent offense. so is it poor quarterback play or bad hands by the receivers? >> combination of everything. i mean we've had some drops but there's been some times where guys are open and we didn't put it on them tacony-palmyra appropriate times. combination of both. >> there's small mistake all over the place we've got to do a better job as offense being more consistent it takes 11 guys to be successful. unfortunately there just haven't been enough times we've all been
doing the right thing. >> well, we'll see if the birds can get it right. kick off at 1:00 on sunday. high school football we have a winner for the friday football friend so game of the week the results are in. and with 52% of the vote it's cardinal o'hara at academy park. we will see you there live on friday. the philadelphia union hosting sporting kansas city in the us open cup final at ppl park. this one tied at 1:00 after regulation so we have extra time. we go to penalty kicks now. and all tied at six kansas city jordan with a chance to win it. he beats philadelphia native john mccarthy another heartbreaker for the union back to back seasons where they lose in this thing seven-six in penalty kicks. preseason in south philly. flyers with the two man advantage. claude jr. row finds wayne simmons that's what flyers fans want to see all season long. that make it two-one fly guys. late in the second period all
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