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>> donald trump's past surfaces, as the gop frontrunner tries to look forward. many voters don't seem to care. why they're sporting trump despite the scandels. well, today is monday, may the 16, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke tonight. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things, good morning. happy monday, couple every accident out there, one, rather serious, i'll get to that in just a moment. minor main break. >> thankfully again the weather not going to mess with you. you will have some sun glare, for sure. but no rain in the forecast yet. that will change as we look forward in the forecast, but for now, it is all night nice and clear. taking to you beautiful looking shot outside burn ville, this is just tree line in the distance, no visibility problems, bright clear sky, see the sun clearly starting to move over that field there. off to chilly start, we moderate back to the 60s, storm scan nice and quiet.
high pressure currently in place, lows thus far this morning pretty brutal for mid may. we've been below freezing now at mount pocono, millville check in at 35 at one point this morning, and allentown we hit 37. at philadelphia international airport, the lowest that we hit was 43, so 3 degrees shy of actually tying the record, at this point to up 45. we don't think we'll make it record territory here, but it is a cold start. when below freezing even still at mount pocono, only in the 30's at this hour, in reading and allentown and all the way back to lancaster, so because of the chill in the air, even despite that sun, and also bit of a breeze out, there we gave you solid b for the school day forecast, you want the sunglasses today also probably want heavier coat as you hit the road this morning. meisha, over to you. >> all right, we can take a b. thanks, you're such a nice teacher. good morning, happy monday. this is where we have the accident involving two tanker trucks and involving injuries. fifty-nine south at washington avenue, blocking two lanes right now, because of that, we are starting to see some significant backups.
take a look at this, before the vine. and the backups are actually extending all the way to girard right now. so, if you're even thinking about going out in the area give yourself extra time i would say at least 45 minutes, you can see, they're just barely even moving, once you get up to the accident pushing to one lane, and you're getting a lot of gaper delays. give yourself extra time if you have to go out there, if not, wait until it is completely cleared, i'll let you no when he that happensment another accident here 95 south, onramp from cottman avenue. a lot going on on 95 southbound right now, just busy stretch. we know that every morning, and just cracking into the 6:00 hour on monday morning, yes, it will be very busy. another accident, here, where a pedestrian was struck and brought to the hospital. in cheltenham, cheltenham avenue at washington lane. avoid this area, at all costs, as well, minor water main break, and i'll get to that next. >> congressman chaka fattah goes on trial. >> opening arguments supposed to start on charges every corruption. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live at the federal
courthouse. jan? >> reporter: brooke, jim, good morning, this is going to be a very closely watched political corruption trial here in philadelphia. us representative chaka fattah's trial scheduled to start here, in the courthouse behind me right around 10:00 this morning, with opening statements. now, if he convicted, fattah could face decades behind bars. >> veteran pennsylvania congressman, chaka fattah, will step foot in a courtroom today to face charges in his federal corruption trial. the 59 year old is accused of excepting bribes, and misusing campaign funds and federal grants to enrich his family and friends. the indictment alleges fattah took illegal $1 million campaign loan for his failed 2007 mayoral campaign, and misused federal funds to pay it back. fattah has maintained his innocence, speaking with "eyewitness news" on bummer of cakes action and fb unfairly targeted.
>> any and all every these allegations, i've never been involved, represented the philadelphia region, for decades, and served on the house appropriations committee, receipt endly he lost his primary bid for re-election. >> in a related case, four former aides also going on trial, with fattah, and two other have pleaded guilty. >> now, fattah's political career effectively ends in january, his trial, though, starts today, in the federal courthouse in center city. we will be here to cover it right around 10:00 this morning. that's when opening statements are scheduled to begin. we're reporting live in center city, jan carabeo, cbs-3 "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back to you. >> thanks a lot, jan. new this morning police are searching for the gunman who critically injured a teenager during a drive-by shooting, authorities say the 17 year
old was hit about ten times near moore and south hollywood street around midnight. so far no motive, no arrests, but police are interviewing possible eyewitnesses, and evaluating security tape from nearby businesses. police tell us driver lost control of their car and smashed into several parked cars in south philadelphia. it happened before midnight at ninth and tasker. one person suffered minor injury. "eyewitness news" has learned the driver stayed at the scene, and police do not expect to file charges. >> in bensalem, man under arrest this morning for gruesome murder. police say he killed his girlfriend, and set a bucks county motel on fire. it happened yesterday morning, at the lincoln motel route one, investigators tell us, 46 year old kevin small was upset with his girlfriend, so he threw a cup of gasoline at her while she watts smoking a cigarette. >> he look at the lincoln motel, walk back in the room
with the gas. something transpired in the room where he doused the victim with gasoline and set her on fire. >> forty-six year old melissa bacon smith died in the fire. kevin small faces multiple charges including criminal homicide and arson. >> happening today, grief counselors will be at bridgeton high school to help student deal with the weekend deaths of two classmates, the driver, 17 year oldish a silt on seen on the left and passenger 15 year old mikhail a mostly killed saturday when they crashed into a tree driving home from their prom. two other girls were in the car and were taken to the hospital. one is in critical condition. another in serious condition. it is not clear what caused the driver to lose control of the car. >> also, today, president obama will honor slain philadelphia policeman, robert wilson iii. the president will present wilson's family with the public safety officer medal of valor. the award was created in 2001 to honor first responders for moments of bravery and courage, the 30 year old wilson was killed last march,
when two men tried to rob a north philadelphia game stop store. twelve other officers were also receive the award. >> democratic frontrunner hillary clinton will continue campaigning in kentucky ahead of tomorrow's primary. during a stop, in fort mitchell, if elected she would put her husband, former president will clinton, in charge of the economy. bernie sanders will campaign today in puerto rico. because caucus there is june 5th. >> noticeably, notably, about his treatment of women, and, when he'll release attacks return. but as kitchen hutchinson reports, thinks supporters will just give him a pass. >> donald trump about his past. talk show circuit, supporters said voters don't care, if trump breaks all of the political rules. on reports years ago he posed as his own publicist.
>> that particular issue will not move the electro truer at. why the media spending so much time, 25 years old, to talk about people magazine. >> on his refuse tool release his tax returns, pending audit. >> this is issue that the media is interested in. it is not an issue that middle america is interested in, frankly. >> i wouldn't be surprised if people don't care. donald trump is re-written traditional play book, in politics, and i don't know if anyone else could have pulled off what he has pulled off over the past year. >> trump's convene manager, gop leadership has not asked him to tone it down. >> donald trump was not asked by the leadership to change. and there is no reason for him to change. he just won the primary process with a record number of votes, being 16 qualified candidate. >> rnc chairman says they'll let trump be trump because he's winning. >> we want to win in november. donald trump is someone who has been winning, more votes in the primary, than any republican nominee in the history of our primary. >> kim rucchin son, cbs-3,
"eyewitness news". well, coming up an invitation-only memorial for prince. find out who was there. >> plus, a case of road rage stops traffic. we'll show you what led to this fistfight right in the middle of an an intersection. >> got me right in the eye. >> probably seven, eight, nine times. there is ten. >> attack of the killer bees, even police officers are being chased down the spree. why this neighborhood is under siege. that's coming up next. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> looks like an easy ride so far. on this monday morning. beginning of the work week, thanks for waking up with us. we'll be right back.
>> ♪ >> welcome back everyone, 6:12, back on "eyewitness news", if it was a movie it, could have been called invasion of the killer bees. >> yep, that's what people in an oakland, california suburb are saying after swarm of aggressive bees went on the attack. two people had to go to the hospital. two small dogs were killed. officials say the trouble started when a bee keeper attempt topped collect hon any his backyard, un unaware had i beehive had been taken over by
killer beels. listen to neighbors describe the scene. >> the bees were all up in her hair, and she was shaking violently, and she said they're on me, they're on me. >> super aggressive, literally gag after us, and banking on the windows. it was freak i. it was like a horror move. >> i experts say killer bees can take over a hive of home honey bees by killing the hive's queen. i don't know about you all, but i think amateur bee keeper, that should not be a thing. >> no it, shouldn't. >> that's a little creepy. >> terrible. >> i've got so much hair spray, they wouldn't be able to get into my hair, so i'm safe, katie. >> you have like the helmet thing? >> i do. >> they will sting you. they killed dogs. >> well, they won't get caught in my hair shall that's all i am worrying about. >> wishing you a forecast free of bees. it does look as though we're at least going to see some sunshine out there. this is not live view, rather, just background, but looks awfully sim floor what we are finding out there, i'll show you live picture in a second, but very cool month of may so far. average temperature, only
about halfway through the month at this point, already, 3.8 degrees below the average in philadelphia, may not seem like a lot, but average it out, pretty decent deficit. we are eventually going to get back to seasonable temperatures in the day ahead. cold start. live picture i promised you, calm as can be. looking anyway. i mean, you have northwest breeze at 19 miles per hour, no camera movement. 47 degrees the current temperature, despite that sunshine, there is a chill in the air. only going to rebound so far. here is a look at nice wide zoom on storm scan. ya, that's some snow falling in up-state new york. in fact, one of the producers jeremy said he was outs in pittsburgh, snowflakes there, too, ya, no one wants to see that in may, not even western pa. eventually see high pressure yield to this next disturbance, bridges in the next round of some showers, starting tomorrow, looks like somewhat of off and on rain situation here, by wednesday, we see really just lingering showers primarily in the morning, before clouds start to break for some sunshine. now, that is all breaking, and
yield to go area of high pressure starts to build n so thursday, friday, look phenominal. low mid 70s, nice and seasonable, full sunshine, nice couple of days coming up. so absolutely got something to look forward to here. >> yes. >> see me looking at saturday. >> i'm struggling. >> just keep getting me to the weekend. >> i know, i know. >> how are the roads. >> i'm guilty too, too. roads are looking okay. for monday morning i will say this, a lot of construction moved out of the way. couple every accident out there. all of which are causing backups, one just cleared out of the way. take a look at this, live chopper three over this accident involving two, tanker trucks, whenever we have big trucks involved, we know it will be some significant slow downs in the area, seeing right now, 95 south at washington avenue. two lanes are block here it, backups extends all the way to girard, as well, just little while ago, look at this, tanker truck just smashed into the back of this one, again,
two lanes are block, because of this, not only that, getting a lot of gaper delay. just little bit ago, looking at some of the bash upshots, will take you little while to get through this. this is where we had another accident here 95 south, onramp from cottman, been since cleared. look how busy it is, only six, what, 6:15 in the morning, 6:15, and very, very busy on 95 right now, and that accident is not going to help things at all. another accident here, new jersey turnpike northbound past hightstown, outer left lane block, minor water main break, updates coming up in just a little bit. first, take a quick break, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be r
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>> check this out. stunned motorists caught this with cell phone, severe case of road rage. when the driver of the white car wouldn't let the truck driver, in the truck driver then sped up, words were exchanged, someone through a drink, the driver of the truck kicks the car, and then punches started flying. the driver of the truck even rammed the white car before speeding off with the car chasing behind them. i mean, it got crazy. >> federal vest ers trying pinpoint what caused deadly truck crash. accident killed and hurt dozens. hena daniels report, looking at weather conditions and the
operations of a charter bus company. >> federal investigators are now trying to determine the cause of a deadly charter bus crash north of already read owe, texas saturday. fifty-two people were on board, when the driver lost control, and the bus rolled over. seven passengers were killed on the scene, one later died at the hospital. >> i guess wanted to get here, very anxious and worried? this woman rushed to the hospital after learning her 67 year old mother, virginia ramirez, was on the bus head today a casino with her friend. >> she tells me she turned around, she just saw her best friend -- she was outside, seen inside her friend was looked like she was passed on. >> her mother is recovering in a hospital with several broken bones. texas company, oga charters, owns the bus involved in the accident. and, according to the associated press, last year, the company was ordered by louisianna state inspectors to take one of its buses off the
road to fix brakes, and exit door problems. national transportation safety board members arrived on the scene sunday. >> the tires, the brakes, the suspension, the steering, this is in an effort to rule out any mechanical failure that may have contributed to the crash. >> investigators have requested the inspections, and maintenance records. hena daniels, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". well, prince is remembered at a private memorial at his former church. invitation only service was held yesterday at the jehova witness hall. several celebrities, there you can see comedian sin bad paying his respects, the singer died last month inside of his home, he was 57. the cause of his death remains under investigation. coming up a look at other stories made dollars hence lines in thinning most april pear. >> plus the video philadelphia sport fans are talking about this morning, was the red when
he refused to throw the ball to a kid in the stand. see more of the video a loft are you talking about this morning, next. hey, katy? >> brooke, today is a very chilly beginning to the forecast, we do at least have sunshine, when you can see that over my shoulder here. however it, doesn't last forever. it never does these days. more rain to track for you, and we'll do just that coming up. (man) hmm. what do you think? ♪ (stranger) good mornin'! ♪ (store p.a.) attention shoppers, there's a lost couple in the men's department. (vo) there's a great big un-khaki world out there. explore it in a subaru crosstrek. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
>> welcome back, a time for a look at newspaper headlines. >> from the trentonian hundreds every people shutdown west state street sunday, local lawmakers, educators, community activist cents urge citizens to fight to save the city public education system. more than 320 jobs have been cut from the trenton public school system due to budget shortfall. >> on the front page of the intelligence ers, 15 bucks county residents have completed first ever citizens academy held by the bucks county sheriff's offers. the ten week course geared toward offering insight into the department and bridging gap between law enforcement and the community. from the bucks county courier times, small airy of runners, 18th annual zest mow place classic which included 50-yard sprint, 1 mile run and 5k the lloyd reaction from the crowd came when elmo, cookie
monster, grover, made post race appearance. >> adorable. some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware val. >> i phillies host the marlins tonight, so, this weekend series with the reds is still on the mind of a lot of fans. >> yes, look like new be a new enemy. check this out. foul bol, and later did the same thing to young man near the dugout. but, said the fans were giving him a hard time. later they gave him an autographed ball. six remembers getting few on form, we're under strict orders not to redevelop them and until 6:45. >> strict. >> but stay tuned, you'll see them here first. here why new jersey's the new jersey's are first in any of the four major sports. >> i'm being look right now, not in the studio yet. plus after spenng more than $10,000 with amazon, on housewares and electronics
this man never dreamed the company would decide to cancel his membership. >> you were completely lockout? >> totally. >> totally lockout. >> that's when he reached out to "3 on your side" for help. find out why he was cut off. so you can make sure it doesn't happen to you. coming up. justin? >> you are looking liver, tsa line, but what happens when this line gets long? coming up we'll tell you how it cut the wait time, and how the plans could include k9's, that story live straight ahead. >> thanks, justin, good morning, an accident southbound, causing delays, as well as new jersey turnpike
and water main break, all of the updates coming up of the first a quick break, stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be rig
>> chilly start but we are dry. >> katie said this week is already looking much better. >> i'm brooke thomas, it is 6:30, time to get you caught up. here's what you need to know to get you caught up in orange morning minute. >> vet role pennsylvania congressman, chaka fattah. will step foot in a courtroom today to face charges in his federal corruption trial. drive-by shooting leaves a 17 year old in critical condition in philadelphia's grays ferry section. >> police say the teenager was hit about ten times, south hollywood street around midnight. >> my husband who i'm going to put in charge every revitalizing the economy, because, you know, he knows thousand do it. >> frontrunner hillary clinton will continue campaigning in kentucky ahead of tomorrow's primary, bernie sand letters campaign today in puerto rico,
>> joe biden and president full trap was at the graduation is is her end. >> jerry votto did not have good series this weekend, corrales foul ball, normally toss it into the stands to a young fan, right? but no, votto fakes out the fans, later in the game, trolls out, to another kid behind the dugout. >> how frustrating, he said he was just having fun, how much, i am sure that many fans would disagree. 's jerk. >> oh, oh,. >> in my book. >> it is a kid. >> you can dish but can't take it? >> it is a kid. >> a sports game. >> it is a kid. katie? >> here we go. mom and dad are having a fight, not getting a divorce. >> i'm actually with jim on this one. >> got it. >> i'm with jim, yes. >> a child. come on.
>> thank you. >> you can't do that. >> i just don't think it is that big after deal. >> i'm just happy that katie sided with me today. the great monday, katie, i don't care what the forecast is like. >> jim, you agree? very chilly outside. notice my garb, breaking out the winter coat, broke out the scarf, chilly start to the day. now dow not have any sunlight directly on me here, that sun will make it feel little warmer but breeze to contend with and a chill set philadelphia from the past front that came in saturday t really left behind some cold air to dig out from. so storm scan, nice and quiet. you will see sunshine all day today. but yes, we have frost advisory, guys, posted until 8:00 this morning through berks, lehigh, northampton counties, freeze warning up in the poke necessary this morning, that said, here's where we stand. temperatures, back and forth between 30 and 29 degrees at mount pocono all morning long. it is a cold, cold morning in the mountains this morning, 45 at the airport, starting to pull out of the worst of the chill, from what we experience this morning. we did officially bottom out
at 43, pair of three's in millville, so depend where you are, most remote suburbs, going to get, you know, award for the colds he is spot of the pack here this morning, 36 doylestown, as the day progresses, there will certainly and rebounds on the thermometer but still talking about 10 degrees or so below the seasonable average despite the full sunshine. >> warming up in here, and coming up later in the slow. >> yeah for us, more rain, thanks, katie. good morning, everyone, happy monday, not what we want to hear but more particularly not what we want to hear busy roadways and accident. live chopper three over an accident involving two tanker trucks, 59 south at washington avenue, two lanes, are still blocked, getting a lot of gaper delay, backups extending to girard. avoid this area right now, you certainly want to. we will let you know when clears. take a look. tanker truck just slammed into the back of the other one. you can see crews are out
there. of course we've got the firemen out there, too. saw the big firetruck also causing some of the delays, as well, but because that far firetruck obviously any time you are dealing with a tanker truck that can be an issue, so that will be there for awhile, give yourself extra time around the area. right around here accident 95 south onramp to cottman since clearedment you can see the volume levels looking very, very slow moving here. we did have accident just cleared on the new jersey turnpike, good news for those every in you that area. water main break, southbound 42nd street, all lanes block, use chestnut street as your alternate. brooke and jim over to you. >> thanks, meisha a there is new plan to ease long security lines at the airport. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch joins us live from the airport, with the new idea that may help passengers board the plane, faster, justin, earlier, talking about get there three hours early, what? >> brooke, you might need to do. that will the line here already building up as i am talking here to you. that was not the case. just few minutes ago, and that's not even a long line
here at phl. now summer travel, expect it to peak around july. look for those lines to get much longer, it. sa already planning to cut those lines, however, one new york lawmakers says the best way might be bringing in k9's, something we've seen here at phl before. >> it is the new normal in air travel. long lines, and in folks is, thursday cents of bags baking in the sun, result of tsa computer glitch with stop screening. >> you want to keep passengers moving but keep passengers safe. i missed my plane. and i was here 45 minute before my flight. >> with peak summer travel approaching, and tsa staffing down, this suggestion from new york senator chuck assumer. >> when you have a passenger screening k9, it like pre check, you don't have to take off your belt, coat, shoes, they can smell any explosives. >> over thanksgiving philadelphia international
airport rolled out similar k9 program with success. >> come around, sniff around your feet, orr ankles, but won't be too intrusive. >> homeland security, tsa, top brass, bracing for busy summer. that plan to hire more than 700tsa officers, use additional k9 team to screen passers, and to encourage more to sign up for tsa pre check. that will programs pushes flyers faster through security. >> you can't get holds of a dam person in it. sa. >> congressman john micah calls that plan too little too late. this as homeland security aims to limit carry on bags, which are blamed on longer wait times, as flyers try to avoid those check baggage fees. and what happens is you have your check bag, spend more money it, deters you from flying, so instead take your bag on the plane, creates long back up like we're seeing hoo, when the line gets very long, gets past where i am standing now. so between the perfect storm of high travel volume, low tsa
staff, and also, just the shear frustration of flying, the fear is we can have some mega long wait times this summer. i told you three hours, some forecast longer than that, in chicago flyers had to wait 120 minutes on average just to get to the flightsment many missed the flight. so budget in hours before you even get up in the air this summer. as of right now, as well. live at phl, justin finch, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> thank you, justin. meanwhile happening today opening statements set to begin in the trial of chaka fattah, accused of excepting bribes and misusing campaign funds and federal grants. fattah continues to maintain his innocence and says the fbi unfairly targeted him. >> contender making final push in kentucky and oregon. democrat hillary clinton is hoping to upset rival bernie
sanders. and hena daniels reports, donald trump is still facing a challenge, getting republicans to unite behind him. veteran pennsylvania congressman, chaka fattah. will step foot in a courtroom today to face charges in his federal corruption trial. the 59 year old is accused of excepting bribes, and misusing campaign funds, and federal grants, to enrich his family and friends. the indictment alleges fattah took illegal $1 million campaign loan for his failed 2007 mayoral campaign, and misused federal funds to pay it back. fattah has maintained his innocence, speaking with "eyewitness news" on number of occasions, and has said the fbi unfairly targeted him. >> concerns that the allegation that is have been made, i am innocent of any and all of these allegations. i have never been involved in any illegal activity or miss miss appropriation every funds. >> represented the philadelphia region for two decades, served on house
appropriations committee, recently lost his primary bid for re-election. fattah's own son chaka fattah, jr., now serving five year prison term in related case, for form or aids going on trial with fattah, two others have pleaded guilty. >> obviously the wrong story. when it comes to on line shopping without a doubt, amazon is king. but depending on how you shop, could you get exile from the kingdom. one local man found out the hard way and reached out to three on your side for help. all amazon. including mexican wrestler, bottle -- >> okay. >> when paul unexpectedly had to furnish an entire home, after his divorce, surgery for cancer, and a broken wrist, he turned to amazon for help. >> i needed a tv. i needed pots and pans. i needed everything. >> but shopping exclusively on line made it harder for him to decide which styles or brands
he preferred. >> typically i would order, say, three set of pots. and i would select one that i wanted and i would return the two. and i have amazon prime, so i thought there is no problem, i have 30 days to return whatever it is. and that's what i did. and i was able to comparative shop. >> just when he thought everything was going well in the midst of his shopping? you were completely locked snout. >> totally, totally locked out. >> unable to log in. paul learned via e-mail that amazon canceled his subscription for making too many returns. >> and there was no warning. >> amazon wouldn't speak with him by phone, so in a e-mail he explained the reasons for his excessive returns. >> i wrote to them, okay, i've been a bad boy. but i've had this situation. i wasn't ambulatory, i had all of these injuries. >> amazon's response: after a careful consideration, we've determined that our business relationship must end.
disappointed amazon wouldn't restore its subscription, he also couldn't access any of his electronic books he ac he is dollars with his ipad. amazon's response only be able to access the digital content with device which has already been registered to your account. that is when paul contacted "3 on your side" for help. after we reached out to amazon, paul got an unexpected e-mail from the company saying: >> after further consideration, we have decided d to reinstate your amazon.com account. i was thrilled. >> making it another "3 on your side" problem solved. >> so what's the chances that when you order something in the future, you are going sends it back? >> none. >> now, while amazon did reach out to paul after we contacted them on his behalf, when we asked them how many returns might trying area subscription cancellation, they told us, unfortunately, these are not issues that we can discuss. okay, so they don't want to talk policy. but you talk to this man. how many returns did he make? >> he made 169 purchasesment
and 81 returns. so a lot. but over three months, but still spent $10,000. again he was stuck at home, he wasn't ambulatory, but in case you're a big returner, just toking keep in mind if you're shopping adam son. >> so many things kind of tucked and hidden in the terms and conditions we accepted. and i guess, sometimes it gets -- good for you helping him out. >> "3 on your side" problem solved. up next following the gps got one woman in trouble and over her head. >> plus, a shark attack victim is rushed to the hospital with the shark still attached to her arm. i told you it was hard to watch. we'll show you what doctors are saying about this bizarre attack. hey, pat? >> nba jerseys are getting a major make-over in 2017. when adds will start to appear on them, we'll tell how the 76ers are partnering with, as we enter a new era.
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that's not bad enough for you, the shark refused to let go. >> check it out. the baby shark bit down on the babe's arm and hung on. happened yesterday at beach in boca raton, 23 year old taken to the hospital with the shark still attached to her arm. apparently nurse sharks are usually pretty docile. expert say this attack is very unusual. >> i don't think we'll see become any time in the water soon? >> yes, that is a very bizarre story, and chilly walking out the door, also going to seem little bizarre, as well, because it is really coal outside. starting off near or actually below the freezing mark in a handful every communities, this comes into us from the eyewitness weather watcher network, slew of observations, the business we've got out there 44 agree thermometer reading comes in from lynn springer, does have full sunshine in cherry hill also noting the chill, again,
warmest spot of the pack, to another one here where pair of three's, best bet we're finding out in west chester, where steve s he, too, seeing full sunshine, but yes, out in west chester, more remote suburb, just wondering we are in may, right? right? normal low about into the 50's at this point, yes, very, very cold start to the day flirting , with these chilly temperatures. more active, yes, some snow currently falling across up-state new york. no one wants to see. that will high pressure so we're in the clear for now, necessary disturbance migrate east, by tomorrow, and that's what's going to bring our ex next round of wet weather. outskirt of the system jump into tomorrow because the system nearby it, limit the warmth, still only in the mid 60s, for tomorrow, will be some showers around, sort of off and on rain kind of pattern for our region, we sit on the out skit of the system, and some lingering showers wednesday morning. before skies start to
gradually clear out. high pressure regains control. that's where the good stuff comes in. so let's get to the the seven day, we can report thursday, friday, good timing mother nature to round out the week. back into sunshine, low mid 70s, gorgeous day coming up here, meisha, a i know you've been trying desperately to get your run in. >> yes. >> nice wet r for you. >> it is running or eating cookies, i can't figure out which one to do first. >> yes. >> good morning, you guys. so things are certainly getting busy out there, live chopper three over an accident, hopefully this will be cleared out of the way sometime soon. ninety-five south at washington avenue, two lanes are block right now. until the only the volume levels, out on the roadways, just before 7:00 our main rush hour, but also getting a lot of gaper delay around here. so if you can avoid the area altogether you certainly want tonight take a look at the tanker truck, slammed into the back of the other one. we have the firetrucks out there. so again, avoid the area if you can. right now looking at 95 south
before girard. see bumper to bumper very slow moving there, delaware county 452. bring your sunglasses, you'll need them. dealing with some sun up, slow down, if you know what i mean, jim, brooke, back over to you. >> the time now 6:50. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> a the low coming up on cbs this morning, charlie roads joins us live from new york with a preview, good morning. >> good morning, brooke, jim. a lot coming up on cbs this morning. revealing look at donald trump's relationship with women, we will talk with the new york times journalist who interviewed dozens. plus, captured after 48 years on the run, only on cbs this morning, hear from the former fugitive fighting to avoid the rest of his press son sentence, what's next for promising cancer break through featured on 06 minutes. the new is -- the news is back in the morning. see in you about ten minutes. >> thank you, we will be watching. >> woman blames her gps for road trip that ended with her car in a canadian lake. she told police she was following her gps in heavy fog
when she unintentionally drove off the edge after both ramp into a lake in ontario. she was able to able to swim to shore but a tow truck had to get her car out. >> sixers will become the very first team in the nba to sell advertising space on their jerry? future is almost here. pat gallen has a pair every special guesses to tell us about groundbreaking fashion statement. >> reporter: two and a half inches by two and a half inches might be small but prime piece of nba real estate. getting in the 2017-18 season, nba will feature ads on their uniforms, the philadelphia 76ers have already filled the spot, and to tell us about the newest addition to the jersey we have sixers cro, head of partnership, and business development for the company that is getting a piece of that prime real estate. gentlemen, thank you for joining us. chris, let's start with you. big news regarding the big changes that are coming to the philadelphia 76ers so tell us
about that. >> yes, we have partnership with stub hub. they are going to be integrate intoed our uniforms, just like we are with our new ticketing system that we're launching this fall. on the over of the lottery but dropping. >> show us. little stub hub logo on the corner there, very small, you can definitely see it, though, no doubt about that. >> we're in this for long hall, we believe in the sixers, what they are done the court, just as important off the court. great partners for us many, many years now, just natural extension of that, real excited to be working with them to be first company that sponsor nba jersey, real exciting for us. >> now, we've seen this in soccer, in europe, for many, many years, seen the logo on the jersey already.
why the change now for the nba. >> i think the nba most progressive league in the world. they get it. they get what's next. i think the location, and the integrate, with this team uniform, actually interesting and positive for kids to wear the jerseys. tan will be a loft fun. >> how does this change if you're a sixers fan, and i want to buy a jersey, will this be on each and everyone of them? >> sure will. all throughout philadelphia. starting in 2017. >> so, you're in it for the long hall, sixers have a big night ahead of them how excited are you about the lottery which is tomorrow night? >> trying not to think about it, been, you know, few years, that we rebuild, and now into the billing phase. so flipping the switch. couldn't be more excited. show us again.
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>> well before you head out the door here is what you need to know three to go. >> councils at the high school to help deal with the death of two classmates. their car hit a tree after saturday night's prom. >> corruption trial of congressman fattah fattah, he maintaining his innocence. >> kim jenny, new strategy to help the homeless, on hot spots in center center city. >> and the weather really looking lovely. just doesn't feel that awesome when you walk out the door. definitely chilly. i mean there is camera, really shows it all. you have the current temperature at 38 degrees, but huge ball of sunshine right behind the reading. so beautiful looking day. you will want your sunglasses, but i brought the heavy coat out again guys. you might want to think about that leaving the howls. by tomorrow, wednesday, new round of wet weather on the way, showers off and on throughout the day tomorrow. chances lower a bit by wednesday morning, as the system retreat, then thursday, friday, look awesome. low mid 70s, sunshine, meisha. >> they sure do look awe sole.
thanks, katie. dealing with the accident this morning, live chopper three over this accident involving two tanker trucks, look at that, one just slammed into the back of the other one. blocking couple of lanes. looks like it pulled off to the shoulder now, still blocking one extra lane, backups extends to girard. if i can flip to another camera, ramp from seventh to vine st. local, we have an accident there, overturned vehicle, all lanes are blocked there, right now, and i'm going to tell you it is getting busy out there. gaper delay around the accident, as well. >> thanks, meisha a next on cbs this morning, how projectiles with gps track kearse reduce the high speed car chases cents. >> wake up, join us early each weekday morning here on cbs-3, we start 4:30 a.m., have a great day.
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