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six, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> thank you for joining us, i'm brooke thomas. katie and meisha are also here keeping an eye on things this morning. >> good morning there is week has been busy in the worlds of traffic. today takes the cake. i'll have all of the updates coming up. but it is a mess out there. >> i feel like the rain just the whole gray gloomy sky pattern now finally culminating. look at this, there is so much rain to dodge out there right now. coming through heavily. no storms, thankfully, but his rain is really coming down. specially across delaware, right now, now crossing over into the maryland state border, as well. but, it is radar 101, right? the bright their shade of yellow or orange, the more intense the rainfall is. and you have got it coming down pretty heavily at times across a lot of the delaware vale. will he me take you out to what you will really be facing going outside this morning. all start to eventually taper, but will take until the afternoon so you have got to worry about road spray, ponding, obviously the rain continues to actually fall from the sky and some coming down heavily.
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so hopefully you have the for thought to set alarm five extra minute, you will get slowed down by this, you just can't rush to get where you are going on day like this. 51 degrees the current temperature at the airport, pretty persistent north to northeast wind flow, up to 16 miles per hour right now, down at the area shore towns, northeast wind still blowing, that in part will lead to coastal flooding we think by later on at high tide, and we will talk about that little more later in the show. but here is the regional forecast for you. lower mid 50's at best. if you recall that's about where we are signature, not much movement on the thermometer, bigger story of course is the rain, and i know it is just blowing up for you over there. >> oh, my gosh, katie, it is so busy in the world of travel. so many, yes, ma'am, you heard katie talking about setting your alarms little earlier. honest will you if you are taking 95 north past cottman, approaching academy, where we have the accident, tractor-trailer, give yourself extra hour if you have to go out in this area. avoid at all costs if you can, if you can. but, if you have to, leave an
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extra hour early herement okay, so this is what we have going on, accident involving tractor-trailer, 59 north past cottman approaching ac admit, firetruck you can see is there. they are going to be trying to move this tractor-trailer right there. and you can see it, almost looks a little kiddie woman pus, not sure what's going on there, but everyone having to squeeze by, car by car, so let's take a look at the backups for you. take a look at this. in is casino of a ways behind, where that accident is. all of these vehicles leading up to have to go one by one, past that tractor-trailer. see what i mean? at least a hour. but avoid it at all costs if you can. thank goodness, this is moving in the northbound direction. south bound side get busy, northbound side, clearly right now isn't looking any better, just terrible there, right now. accident here, also. route 55 southbound at route 42 freeway, all lanes block. you will have to use alternate. route 42 freeway, or new jersey turnpike, and we have got another accident moorestown, i'll be get to go this in about ten minutes, jim being back to you.
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>> thanks so much, meisha a well, imagine driving down the road, and a brick comes crashing through your windshield. that's he can actually what happened to three separate truck drivers, on the pennsylvania turnpike. >> now police are looking for the wreckless people responsible for putting lives in danger. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live in bristol township, jan, what's going on? >> brooke, jim, good morning. this is frightening. certainly a prank that could have turned deadly last night. now, here is the overpass we're talking about this morning, that's the oxford valley road overpass here in bristol township bucks county. it was there, in the eastbound turnpike lanes last night, when one driver says it felt like it was raining rocks. damage demonstrates how close this came to turning deadly. a broken american or here, a cracked windshield there. and a gaping hole on the drivers side of this tractor-trailer. >> heard big crash, glass all over me, all over my face. >> john wagner one of three truck drivers recovering today after their vehicles were hit
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by rocks and bricks thursday night. state police say someone was throwing the items off the oxford valley road overpass in bristol township bucks county. and on to the busy pennsylvania turnpike. >> that was driving, i seen all of them coming at me. all you seen was hands, bunch of rocks, just through them over. came at me like it was raining rocks. >> torrents bonn or drove underneath around 6:00. he was pelted by rocks. just five minute later, two more drivers were hit in the same location. police say this time with bricks, too. >> hit in the cab stopped it from going through. >> one of the bricks did peers this windshield, sent glass and debris flying, driver taken to lower bucks hospital with cuts to his face, fortunately, no one was killed. but these drivers know first-hand there is could have ended much differently. >> the rocks come at you so fast, you really have to react fast if you don't react fast you can really, it could have been a real big pile up if i didn't keep it straight. >> kids don't real ties could
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kill somebody. >> such a scary situation, jim, brooke. now, state list have not made any arrest action, anyone with information is asked to call police. reporting live in bristol township bucks county this morning. jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". jim, brooke, back into you. >> thanks for that update. >> police say the man in this sketch is connect today a gunfire road wage incident on 476. it involves a blue mitsubishi near west conshohocken. police say someone in a dark blue lincoln town car fired single shot through the mitt see bushy front door, just missing the driver. shooter last seen going northbound on the blue route. wearing dark colored flat brim baseball cap. >> drastic measures taken by philadelphia police force to shoot and kill a pitbull attack ago woman in north philadelphia. "eyewitness news", on the 3200 block of north american street, just after midnight. neighbors heard the victim screaming and called police. now, when officers responded to the scene, the woman tried to get away from the dog, by jumping on to the police car.
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>> that female actually jumped on to the hood of the police car when the police arrived on the scene. and in a attempt to get away from the dog. the dog continued to bite the female. >> officers shot the dog twice to get him off the woman. she is in stable condition. the dog died at the scene. the search continues this morning for escaped prisoner in south jersey. police suspended their search for arthur bucknell barnegat township ocean county. now, buckle caught on surveillance video at cvs, and police think he stole a truck and left it there, as well. authorities say residents will still see an increase police presence in barnegat township, a police officer will be at every single school today. >> these images from canada down right terrifying as this massive wild fire continues to grow, with no ends in site. 88,000 people had to leave their homes, many by air, and the flames have torched entire neighborhoods. cbs news correspondent ben tracey reports, even
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firefighters can't comprehend the intensity of this fire. >> parts of alberta are literally hell on earth. forty-nine fires are raging. at least seven burning out of control. senior wild fire prevention manager, chad morrison. >> let me be clear. air tank remembers not going to solve this fire. this fire is a extreme fire event. >> i can feel the heat here. this is insane. >> after the fire tore through the town of fortmc murray, this is what it look like, not only burned out but bombed out. >> there is nothing there. there is nothing there. there is just so many homes gone. >> exhausted firefighters sprawled on the grass, while loan mount i surveyed the empty street. eric can't comprehends it. >> something like you see out of the move ills. the bank is on fire when driving in, the trailer park that was there is gone, the super eight is gone, one of the gas station asks gone. >> the canadian government
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sent in reinforcements as huge plumes of smoke grew in the sky. no place felt safe. not even this evacuation center. >> there were hundreds of people in the shelter last night, but then the wind changed direction, and the fire headed this way, and they had to evacuate this evacuation center. they piled on buses in the middle of the night. were once again forced to leave. evacuated for the second time. >> you don't know what's burned, what's not burned. when you can go back and now you're sitting here and all you see is red flames. it is pretty scary. >> these fires broil the oil industry to a halt as oil companies make sure their employees are safe. but you don't hear people up here talking about the loss of business. they are talking about the fact that there has been no loss of life directly tied to these fires. ben tracey, cbs news, alberta, canada.
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>> now for a look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> from the news journal of delaware, two people suffered minor wounds after trying to braining up a large fight on the 100 block of south franklin. while police respond today that scene the second incident involving teenage girls broke out about a block away. eight people were taken into custody. >> from the times of trenton, robinsville fire department has been awarded $13,000 federal grant to develop health and wellness program for it firefighters. the monday will allow the department to buy new exercise equipment and expected to save the township monday knit long-term. >> front page of the courier times, first time in more than 20 years, fireworks will light up the night sky over washington crossing historic park, on july 4th. weeks every fundraising and several large donations made the fireworks show possible. >> and that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> welcoming up: if your money is not kept in a wallet, one store in the south doesn't want it. we'll explain why the stories actually refuse to go take some customers' money.
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(a junior at cherry hill wells, she was sitting in class her cell phone became so hot it scorched through 30 pages of her notebook. the fire department was called in and cleared out the building. >> it was kind of like jumping, a little. >> my entire class was filled with smoke. >> expert say this is the result of a ruptured phone battery. they say when lit young ion battery cells break, will become compromised and catch fire. she replaced her phone with a newer phone.
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but she stuck with the iphone. >> if my phone blew up, i guess i would get another iphone. >> if i could throw away my phone, i would be happen. >> i do you like the iphone better than others? >> i like rotary phones. >> stop it, you're not that old-fashioned, jim, common. >> i hate the cell phone. i hate the weather. i hate the cell phone. i hate everything. but it is friday. >> you know one great thing that would help you on day like this, cbs philly weather app. just saying, and it is free, download it today. shameless plug. storm scan3, active, soaking rain specially through the central sliver of the delaware valley, northampton county straight on down to the maryland border where the heaviest is falling but all in it at this point. and it will be with us through the better part of the day, so here is a storm, watch what happens. it continues to rotate moisture in, so right through the afternoon, 4:00 p.m., still dodging rain, but it does taper to ever just showers from southeast to northwest at times. then that system gets out of here, there is finally break in the action, spotty shower here and there tomorrow, but we will see the clouds break for sun, there is another front on the way, that will
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drag through quick lil rounds of showers looks like very early sunday morning, and then it is out of here. we should break for some sunshine throughout the second half of moister day. got to talk high tide very quickly here, generally, anywhere from 7:30 up until 8:00 this morning when the high tide cycle will be coming in. maybe little bit later in places like strathmere, cape may. but i bring this up because we have coastal flood warning in effect, for moderate flooding this morning and probably some better flooding even as we head into this evening, with the next high tide. weekends activities not looking bad. you have the south street spring festival kicking off here, again, spotty shower around for that, but milder up to 67. race for the cure, we start off again with a shower, but looks like those will break out pretty quickly and we ends up with some sunshine as the day progresses, so mothers day afternoon you have a picnic planned or something like that for mom, it is looking good. now, as the next couple of days progress here, we look ahead to monday that looks like nice day. seventy-one and sunny, yes, please. by the time we hit tuesday, wednesday, even warmer but also allow for shower maybe thunderstorm by that point. meisha?
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>> katie, just have to get through today. it has been so bus any world of travel. you guys take a look at this if you are just waking up, good morning, accident here involving tractor-trailer. so waist going on is all lanes are block except for >> poses fuel spill, one person transported to the hospital. you can see firetruck out there, so again, only one lane open, but i want to show this back upshot. take a look at this, no one is moving. this is around cottman, and extending out, as you can see, way beyond that, so, i was saying, give yourself an extra hour, i would say even more than that. avoid the area at all costs if you consideration i'll let you know as soon as that clears, that's not good. accident new jersey route 55 southbound at route 42 freeway, all lanes are block
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here. right lane is blocked. >> filled with bad news over there, thanks, meisha. >> surveillance video of spectacular fireball in washington dc metro station. look at this. authorities were aware of the situation immediately after smoke started coming from the federal center stop. >> suspended on three lines, at least one station closed this morning. it was caused by malfunction of the third rail. same thing that caused stoppages on the metro last year. >> well, up next, check your freezer, three's on your side with a recall rounds up. >> you have heard no shoot, no snow -- no shirt, no shoes, no service. store in kentucky has a different sign on their door, why they are refuse to go take some customer's money next. i have asthma... ...one of mlife.ieces in my so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms.
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>> welcome back everyone, every friday we take a look at some of the weekly recalls, dangerous products that may be in and around your home, so here is information you need to know in this week's "3 on your side" recall rounds up. >> first up, 1.2 million rival brand electric water kettles are being recalled. the heating element can fail, posing shock and burn hazard. there have been 80 complaints so far. and seven people have been injured. the kettles were sold at wal-mart stores. model numbers wk8283cu and cui
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are printed on a label on the under side. stop using these kettles and return them to any wal-mart store for a full refund. >> next up: recalling limited number of sunflower colonel products for potential listeria contamination. items affected planters, sunflower colonels, and the big i roasted and salted concern else. the products were sent to distribution centers in illinois, and north dakota. and may have been re distributed to other state nationwide. >> more listeria concerns, time to check the freezer again. recall that i told but last week has now been expanded big time. crf is recalling bags of frozen fruits and vegetables, due to a potential threat of listeria. this now includes approximately 358 consumer products, sold under 42 separate brands. items sold at stores like trader joe's, wal-mart, cosco. so many items involved in this recall, impossible to name
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them all. i will be posting links with everything you need to know and the other recalls on cbsphilly.com and facebook and twitter feeds. >> thanks, jim. tobacco isn't the only thing employees at kentucky smoke shop have been smelling literally. they suffered epidemic, they say, of customers handing them money that's been stuffed in socks and underwear. so now they don't even want those smelly and gross spills. they have a new policy of rejecting sweaty money. >> they dig deep into their their not so-called pocket to bring me nasty money we just don't want to except any more. >> says businesses actually increase since the policy was adopted, and most customers find the stores posted to be pretty funny. >> nasty money. >> i'll tack your sweaty monday. >> i well up next in the health watch. why many women are not getting a popular heart medicine. plus disturbing surveillance video of man jumping over the counter to attack a pregnant
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gas station worker. and what happens next, will make your jaw drop. >> and more rain, katy? >> not so much a question, as just a statement. yes, there is much more rain still in the cards for us yet again today. and i'll track it for you, finally tell but when things will dry out, it is looking good for the weekends. little hint for you. stick around. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo.
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campaign trail. >> including trouble foreordain. the top republican who refuses to endorse the donald for president and fall out from this cinco die mayo tweet that went viral. justin? >> have you seen this morning's daily news sports coverage? joe paterno on the back with headline nittany lion. the story behind him straight
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>> is this a joke? we are specking more rain. >> will we ever break this weather pattern. >> good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas, it is 6:30, time to get you caught up this friday morning. shear what you need to know in your morning minute.
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>> attempt top get away from the dog. >> woman viciously attack by pitbull in north philadelphia. >> officer shot the dog twice, to get him off the woman. >> crash. >> vandals throw rocks, bricks, rain down on un suspecting drivers on the pennsylvania turnpike. >> very scary incident, one every this is things, jim, brooke, make you shake your head, wouldn't year people do this sort of thing. at this there have been no arrests. >> at his first rally, donald trump says he's the man to unify the republican party. but not everyone is on board. speaker of the house, paul ryan, told cnn he's not ready to endorse trump. >> no scandal can touch trump now because he's already lockdown the republican nomination. next job to choose a runningmate. >> he's ready previous republican rivals.
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>> vice president chris christie. >> oh. >> wow. >> you never know. >> wow. >> well, katie, you have some company? >> i don't know how we top that? where do you go from here? >> you don't. you just move on. >> let's just transition, and i would like to introduce to you my friend here, eyewitness weather watcher lisa kerrigan, came up from soggy wilmington this morning to be here with us, lisa, thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> our big weather fanatic, right? you actually is chased storms? >> yes. >> tell me about that. >> my husband and i started doing it probably about 17 years ago, four children, whenever they there were hurricanes, severe storms coming, we would chase them down to the beaches and chase them. >> so awesome. so maybe you'll be on "eyewitness news" team doing the storm coverage with us. well, you know, as you know it is very soggy start to the
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morning out there. so we go on outside. take a look here at storm scan3, all of the soaking rain that's been falling right now, basically through the central sliver of the delaware valley where you are finding the heaviest, but pretty much all engulfed right now with some rain in some way shape or form. even if you have few breaks in the radar like across southern ocean county still finding spray from vehicles, the damage essentially, it has been done there. you can actually see in the last throw hour loop here, look at how it expands, and becomes more heavy in terms every rainfall intensity, it is because they're drawing in so much moisture from the open waters of the atlantic. so you will get doused out there. looking outside in the live neighborhood network, tough to tell on live camera shot right here but there is rain falling across southeastern new jersey, 45 degrees, that means it feels casino of raw outside. not terribly wind any cape may courthouse, but more than anything, you just need the extra time to get where you are going today or heck the a lot of patience, or expectation that you will be latement rain ability up to an inch throughout the course of
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the entire day, soggy, wet, chilly, the umbrella absolutely a requirement today. meisha? >> yes, it sure is. and also, i cannot stress this enough, pack your patience this morning. what you are looking at right now is an accident, involving a tractor-trailer, injuries are reported here, possible fuel spill. ninety-five north past cottman, approaching academy, one lane is just speaking by and the backups right now very slow moving, one person has been transported to the hospital and you can see, fire crew on scene as well as the ambulance, and you can see, everyone traveling by, is going very, very slow by. also wondering what's going on, so schlerely avoid that area, at all costs, if you can, otherwise, give yourselves an hour plus, i would give myself more than an hour most definitely, take a look at these backups here. right around cottman avenue.
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i mean, they are just not even moving. route 42 freeway, all lanes block, go to up use this alternate route 47. this accident has been confirmed fatal. jim, brooke, back to you. >> thanks a lot. meisha. new court documents allege avoid decades ago, justin finch live in the cbs-3 news center paterno's call these allegations false this morning. >> brooke, good morning, all came out in philly courtroom this weekend there is morning, hit the papers sport cover with the ned line nittany lion. his family denies claim and worst thorough and public investigation. the allegations first emerged in the philadelphia common pleas courtroom. one date to 1976 when the boy reportedly told paterno that assistant coach jerry sandusky molested him. additional claims allege other coaches, steams, staff witness or heard of sandusky's sexual
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misbehavior in the late 1980s, the report surface in the judge's ruling wednesday, but the dispute between penn state, its insurance company, over sandusky victim settlement pay out. sources tell the inquirer accusers making these decade old claims are among those paid out. a penn state spokesman says officials are aware, of the accusations, will not comment further. now, again, no report that these claims have been proven. you may recall paterno died in 2012, that same year sandusky sentenced, convicted of abusing ten boys. a judge recently approved a hearing for sandusky that could lead to a new trial, brooke, jim. >> thank up, justin. presumptive gop nominee donald trump struggles to gain support from his own party. on the democratic side, hillary clinton wants bernie sand tears bailout so she can take on trump. hena daniels with the latest on the campaign trail. >> urging supporters in west
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virginia to save their energy for november. >> save your vote for the general election, okay, forget this one. the. >> yesterday house speaker paul ryan became the latest voice refuse to go back his candidacy. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point, not there right now. >> trump fired back, in a statement, saying he's not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. on the democratic side, hillary clinton campaigned in california, thursday, protesters, wary of her record, gathered outside the rally. inside, clinton urged supporters to help her defeat rival bernie sanders. and wrap up the democratic nomination. >> we have to turn out a big vote: >> weighing in next when the states holds primary contests tuesday. hena daniels, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". donald cinco de mayo treat backs fires in more waste than one. >> here is the presidential
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candidate with taco bowl yesterday. he wrote happy cinco de mayo, best taco bowls are made in trump tower grill. i love hispanics. as you can imagine, the response from both sides of the political spectrum were numerous. >> and then there is more, some internet saluting reveals photo of marla maples underneath the taco bowl. you know, this is trump's ex-wife. she was wearing a bikini in picture dating back to the mid 80s, won first place in the miss hawaiian tropic beauty pageant. here is a close up of the photo in question, appears to have been used in a recent magazine profile. maybe possible trump was reading up on that interview? >> never know. >> you never know. well, up next, meisha takes us on another dream drive. >> i really like the beautiful feathers. >> aren't they so pretty? >> these gorgeous birds are right in our area, just a dream drive away. meisha shows us where to meet these beautiful peacocks. pat? >> good morning, jim and
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brooke, good morning, everyone out there. we are in norristown this morning, it is a bick weekend from major league baseball, it is mothers day, that means pinning bats are coming out. coming up we'll show you how one man is revolutionizing the game just by the bats. >> ♪ >> we're also talking about a dime. >> this one the size of a tennis ball. wait until you see this. coming up. i'm out of breath. so amazing.
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>> some of the hottest hitting major leaders get their bats from norristown. pat gallen is at chandler bats with the story of our local batman. >> good morning, jim, brooke.
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yes, ma'am, here in norristown at chandler bats, and what they do here is they're revolutionizing, they have major clientele. but walking around here, you wouldn't know it. >> in norristown, lies hidden giant in plane view. chandler bats may not be households baseball name like louisville slugger or rawlings. when it comes to making bats for major leaguers, the list is quite impressive. in addition to philly marco franco being a declined, many of the games biggest stars are involved in the bat making process. >> price is very hands-on, carlos is certainly very hands on, christ brian, is, as well, even from dimensional aspect of how thick, how thin, and where the ball and weight point are. >> chandler worked in the high end furniture industry, but decided to apply his woodworking knowledge to the game he loves. and in 2009, encounter with the star outfielder, changed
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the game. >> when was found carolina, formulating this idea, johnny, who was josh hamilton's personal coach, josh come back into baseball, he was teaching hitting to my oldest son, know a ultimately he said, hey, you know, i bounce philadelphia off of josh. josh willing to hit and give some feedback. and i thought, well, okay. pretty high steaks. >> chandler quickly became go-to name in the industry, but he still keeps his circle small. the company employs just eight people and all are able to work seemlessly to customize each stick. chandler showed me that process. >> these are bunch of like the prototypes bats that i will do. >> this is how the bat begins. >> this we were referencing earlier. >> i get the feel -- >> and they're --
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>> that's franco right there. >> mother day. mothers day bat. >> some big names and big bats, mean chandler is as big as they come in the industry. just don't tell david that. >> ultimately, we aren't out to be the biggest batman ooh fact tour err in the world, simply the best. >> and they very much are one of the best bat make first not the best. i'm sure the man right here david chandler would tell you they are the best. we have the pink bats this morning, you're send these out for sunday. getting kind of close. >> cranking through the pinning bats all week long, obviously last minute, you have to take care of the players exactly what they went, when they want it, absolute plesh tour do it for them. great support for the susan g. komen foundation, and then, you know, the spirit of the game. >> so, you can engrave them, and you're doing that as we speak right herement looks like chris brian from the chicago cubs, his bat is being made as we speak? >> we'll have, going out today, chris brian, fowler,
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bryce harper, and cris carter, as well, in addition to the chris brian bat. >> okay. >> franco, and nate this morning, as well. some great names. >> great names. one name that might be the biggest of all that you just made me, guys there is will make me the greatest son of all time. mom, they made you a special mothers day bat. that's diana, my mother. she will love this one. i don't know what she will do it. i don't think she has a great swing. she has to work on it, david made you special bat, mom it, means i'll be your favorite son forever. jim, brooke, we send it back into you. >> that's awesome. thanks a lot, pat. >> well, pat's a good son but we're not going to see the sun. >> right. the weather? >> bad daughter, i thought that's where were you going. >> what are you talking about? >> mother nature is not ac nice mother. well, you're right, guys. more rain is out there, yet again today.
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still tracking it, obviously, let's go ahead, check in with the eyewitness weather watcher network, testifily active this morning, tracking all of the rainout there. want to show you quickly some of the rainfall amounts coming in according to them. greg at marshall ton, he has over .3 of an inch, john has that as well in perkasie, dolores as well in newark, and the list goes on, where bill and eileen in gilbert ville, will clocking in at .3 of an inch or more. we add on to the totals we see for sure. rain still out there. coming down pretty heavily. showing you couple of observations close up. 51 degrees came in from greg, did he have good point here, that heavy rain is really across northern sliver basically of the delaware valley, so if you're northern delaware, you have not just road spray and slippery pavement, but definitely very slow travel on the interstate, of course, means it will be getting soon here in a second. 49 degrees comes in from john. i liked his comment:
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and repeat. actual center of circulation, actually to the south. you can see that pretty well, look closely, just over the southern delmarva peninsula. what's happening, moisture being rotated in, from the open waters of the atlantic. if you look real closely, see how this fills in with heavier rainfall intensity in the last hour and a half? that's why in part we're seeing some of this rain come through so heavily. it will be a system that takes it sweet olds time to get out of here. unfortunately looking at future rain ability, by lunchtime already going to have about a half inch or more to drain away some of the indications here that you might even have closing in on an inch around dover, for example. where you have got real heavy rainfall intensity, by this evening, all starting to taper off to showers from southeast to northwest. but we could have an inch of rain to get out of here by that point. flowers love it. we know from meisha that the bunnies love it, as well, right? >> right. >> at least we will start to see things quiet down this weekend, meisha. >> all right, katie, thank you for that. good morning, everyone, if you
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are just waking up with us, i have to tell you, it is a very, very slow commute, a lot of things going on. first thing, accident here involving a tractor-trailer, injuries reported with possible fuel spills. this is 95 north, past cottman, approaching academy, only one lane getting by, and it is slow moving. give yourselves a lot of extra time, and i'm saying way more than just an hour, if i were you, avoid it altogether if at all polls. this is back up, before the talcony palmyra bridge, stretching all the way to the betsy ross bridge. so it is very, very slow moving. once you're getting up to the tractor-trailer it is just a snails pace, as go by. by the way, southbound direction, on 95, gaper delay. so very, very slow moving in the southbound direction on 95 right now. this is where we have another very serious accident, in fact there is accident right here has been confirmed fatal. this is route 55 southbound at route 42 freeway, all lanes are block, you will have to use the alternate. route 47 will be your best bet. another accident here, northeast extension southbound past quakertown, right lane
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block, also a fire in camden. haddon avenue between division street, spruce street, it is a dwelling fire, more coming up in just a little bit. jim, brooke, back over to you. >> messy morning, thanks, meisha a the time is 6:50, a lot coming up on cbs this morning,. >> that's right. gale king joins us live from new york with a preview. gale, what's going on? oh, i like that dress. >> we are here live and in color, hey, brooke, doesn't it look like a painting oring? like a water color. i like it, too. >> our producer said your shoes are fly, too, i didn't see them though. >> yes, could you plows show the shoes? couldn't decide what to wear. no matter what color you wore it would be okay today. brooke and jim, it is good to see you both. i like brooke, brooke's got a good sense of style. thank you, brooke. donald trump responds to paul ryan's announcement, co-not support him just yet. talk with andrew card, republican strategies, frank runs, plus in canada massive air lift underway by thousands stranded by the while fire. also nora is in orlando where
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she is talking with prince harry later today. oh, lala. we will preview, and ahead of this mothers day, a look at moms who over share on social media. which mothers would do that? the news is back in the morning, see in you about ten minutes, and counting. we're very excited about nora's prince harry interview, really looking forward to. that will we will be here at 7:00. we all like prince harry around here. see you guys. >> thanks, gale. >> guess what? it is time for another dream drive. >> so where did you go this week? >> jim, where have i not been? i've been all over. so on this drive i saw pretty incredible sculptures, some of the nature's most beautiful birds. but first i headed favorite neighborhood dine war whole lot of choices and that's an understatement. >> ♪ >> we're going from cbs-3 to burlington, new jersey, we ends up in hamilton township, mercer county. >> we're driving through the burlington high street
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historic district, to get to amy's omlet house. >> with over 200 omlet we have to try once of these. >> my son basically taken over now, he has it down to 220 omlet. >> i've had one with crab meat, very good. >> definately extensive menu. >> the family bought the business in 2004. and named it after daughter amy. >> this is one of the original diner cars >> one every three amy's. >> my daughter amy runs our long branch store. my son runs the cherry hill store. then they put the old man in the middle. >> now, in hamilton township, quirky entrance to another worldment. >> i'm heather brady. and you are at ground for sculpture, welcome.
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>> you are sort of at the beginning of a park that includes indoor and outdoor gallery spaces, about 270 sculptures. >> some of the people statues that i saw, they look like real people. i thought they were real. >> fairytale. >> it letter i, you can be walking through the ground, and you'll see a door, you open that door, and you step in, and there is a sculpture there. >> if you're at ought familiar with the artwork, no doubt seen his famous bridge painting, this bridge here exact replica of the one he painted. perhaps the most popular artist, mother nature. and her peacocks. >> the peacocks came here a good ten years ago. and they got them just to have something, you know, unique and interesting. >> oh, he's gorgeous. >> i really like the beautiful feathers. >> what is he doing right now? is he just casino of showing
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the other peacocks that this is his terrain? >> exactly, kind of keeping the other male peacocks away. >> just mr. personality, right there. >> loving the camera. >> oh, for sure. >> with so much to see, so hard it leave. one of those you can come again and again and again? >> yes, never stop going. >> thank you so much, to amy's omlet house, and also big thank you to the wonderful people at grounds for sculpture. speaking of, did you know that peacocks eat meat as well as plants? when i was there they were actually snacking on cat food. who knew? >> forget that. let's go for an omlet after that store. >> i over 200 different kind of omlet. isn't that beautiful? >> thank you, meisha. >> you bet. >> speaking every dreams, how about getting this giant rock for mother day. >> overwhelming, like i'm sweating. this rock, tennis ball size diamond, will go on the auction block in london next month, expert say the gym
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>> here's what's happening
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today. >> state police want to know who through bricks over turnpike overpass in bucks county. they smashed through the win shields of tractor-trailers last night. >> also under investigation, in case of road rage on the blue route, a driver was shot at, but not hurt. police are looking for the driver every dark blue lincoln town car. >> and former pen society coach joe paterno decades ago, molested by jerry sandusky, attorney for paterno family disputes those. now checking weather and traffic. >> obviously soggy out there, continues to be the big story, heaviest of the rain at this point western delaware, further off to the north toward lehigh county, but everyone is getting hit. it won't wind down any time soon shall meisha. >> all right, katie. accident involving tractor-trailer, injuries reported possible fuel spill, 95 north past cottman approaching academy, only one lane just squeeze squeaking by, you guys give yourself ex extra hour at least. >> cbs this morning is next. >> have a great day and even better weekend. can't wait for it. >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> good morning. it's friday, may 6th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump and house speaker paul ryan square off over endorsements and the republican agenda. powerful party leaders refuse to support trump as their nominee. unstoppable flames force massive air lifts for thousands of people in canada. the exploding wildfires described as hell on earth. world class heroes wounded in war come together through competition. norah o'donnell is in orlando for the games. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> they all said you're the nominee of the republican

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