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>> we again with breaking news two, women assault in the their frankford home, why police were fors today surround the house before they could get inside. live update coming up. >> new this morning, someone is hurt during a home invasion in delaware county. we'll tell you what happened when robbers broke into their home. flames break out from an american legion post. what they saw on the scene. >> i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. meisha is here with a check on your traffic. >> welcome back, jim, nice to see you again. yesterday was weird, brooke, you know, were you with us yesterday. we denied it would just be dead, we had accident after accident. today just a lot of construction, but a lot of people outside. >> all right. >> so katie is out today.
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we have kate bilo joining us in a little bit. meanwhile, looking live at center city, still sticky out there. it is going to be less humid today. >> let's take a look at the weather right now, doesn't look that bad as far as temperature wise in philadelphia, mostly sunny day is expected, with a high of 87. and the shore, 74. morning patchy fog, partly sunny, and in the poconos, where i was this weekend, it was very nice up there, sun and clouds, warm with a high temperature of 79. so, meisha, what's it look like on the roads right now? >> looking gorgeous out, there jim. well, the roadways, wet their was, not the roadways, roadways are looking gorgeous, weather is accident right now on the schuylkill eastbound near conshohocken, pushed all the way off to the shoulder, so we help this isn't repeat whatever we saw actually yesterday on our holiday. it was very busy, early on, around 4:30 in the morning, again, the skewing eastbound, conshohocken, pulled off to the shoulder. also this disable vehicle here 95 north past cottman again
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pushed off to the shoulder. these are going to cause not too many problems yet, wu know today will be busy. a lot of vehicles getting back, going back to work, because of that, just know you will have to be minds full of. >> this because it is so dark out there, sometimes this casino of stuff can sneak up on you. the vine was open last night, because of the holiday weekends, so the vine looking good moving in both the westbound and eastbound side, you can see the eastbound side was just already starting to heat up. weaver downed pole here, route 168 southbound church road, right shoulder blocked, construction on the pa turnpike eastbound. >> breaking news from frankford, investigate investigating a attack on a mother and her daughter. >> justin finch live near the scene, good morning, justin. >> brooke, jim, good morning, we have report of two crimes happening in one home likely done by the same person. police are searching for a man seen running from a home here on pratt street after a 13 year old girl tells police that this male, a member of her own family, raped her. fifteenth district police were
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on scene just after 12:00 this morning, calls to the 1900 block of pratt and frankford just north of torresdale avenue. outside they found a 13 year old girl wrapped in a blanket complaining that she had been sexually assaulted in her home by a male family member. when officers knocked on her front door there was no answer, first search for suspect led police to a next-door landing from where they saw through a second floor window that girl's mother was bleeding heavily from her head. police say she suffered severe blunt force trauma to her face, left bleed nag bed with several teeth missing. barricaded subject call was made, swat officers went in, and got that mother out. and downstairs in that home's basement police say the teen told them she was raped by the male family member. that will suspect is believed to have run from that house naked, and police say they know who he is and may soon get a chance to see his get
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away. >> fortunately along the block, the 1900 block of pratt street, we found several properties with exterior cameras. so even though we're looking from a known offenders, hopefully these cameras can help us with this investigation. >> and looking live down pratt right now we are told the crime scene investigation unit is on their way to process this home, the special victims unit also on the investigation, as well, as for that 38 year old mother, she was taken to einstein, we are told, that she is in critical condition, that 13 year old girl was taken to st. christopher's for full exam. we are told she is otherwise okay. but we will do a rape kit for this investigation. this suspect now facing charges of aggravated assault of that mother, and the possible rape of this 13 year old girl. live here in frankford, justin finch, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> new this morning, police are looking for three suspect wanted for home invasion in delaware county.
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"eyewitness news" was in prospect park where police say three robbers armed with a shotgun broke into a home on the 200 block of lafayette avenue. the homeowner suffered minor injuries, no details yet, on what was taken. investigators are trying to pinpoint what sparked a fire at american legion post in northeast philadelphia. the four alarm fire started yesterday afternoon, at the legion hall on orthodox street in bridesburg. veterans and families were there to observe memorial day. firefighters got to the scene within minute, everyone got out okay. firefighter suffered minor wrist injury. the smoke was so big and the flames, just, when we pulled up the windows came out, they had to move us back, back further down, from where we were. so it was horrible. >> philadelphia fire commissioner adam teal says it took two and a half hours to get the flames un control. >> now let's talk about wild weekend in wildwood. there is a big mess to clean up after thousands flocked to the shore town. officials say they had their hands full this holiday
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weekends with some visitors de halving badly. wild's mayor condemned beach-goers who left beer cans, plastic cups, debris along 15-mile stretch of the beach. cbs-3 view shot this cell phone video of the mess. >> i'm offering awe free beach. all i'm asking you to pick up after yourself. they can't even do that. >> the police chief says several fight broke out this holiday weekends and officers arrested about 40 teenagers. >> donald trump is holding news conference this morning to reveal how much money he raised at veterans benefit earlier this year. and explained where the money went. among the democratic presidential hopefuls, bernie sanders will be in monterrey in santa cruz california today. he spent memorial day trying to drum up support in the golden state ahead of next week's primary. hillary clinton spent the holiday at her adopted hometown in new york, and she will resume campaigning this week. >> well, vigil is held outside cincinnati zoo for a guerrilla shot and killed by zoo keepers
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over the weekends to save a boy who enters its enclosure, cbs correspondent jail a juke as say they had no other choice. >> to remember hormabe, guerrilla shot after a boy fell into it exhibit. >> we're here to remember haramb, not here to point fingers or here to criticize. >> i hope they're able to come up with ways to avoid this happening in the future. >> cell phone video captured the terrifying moment after a young boy somehow wound up alone in a mote with 400-pound guerrilla. >> the guerrilla has the child, and is dragging him around the pen. >> the boy's mother could be heard calling to him. >> mommy loves you, i'm right here. >> zoo officials made the official to shoot and kill harambe say tranquilizing was not an option. >> that child's life was in
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danger, people that question that, or are monday morning quarterbacks or second guess ers don't understand that you can't take a risk with a silver back guerrilla. >> the zoo says the exhibit barrier is adequate and officials are being look at whether there is anyway to improve it. the boy's family released a statement saying he is home and fine. jamie yukas cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> more than 100,000 people have signed on line petition calling for the boy's mother to face charges for not looking after her son. officials hope to reopen the guerrilla exhibit by next weekends. here at home a young girl recovering after dog bite in north philadelphia, tenth and ontario street monday to find the four year old girl and four pitbulls. girl had a bite to the face, and treated on scene, officers shot and killed one of the dogs, the other three were restrained. >> a teenage hike is her recovering after being rescued from a waterfall in a new jersey park. police shared these pictures, it happened monday afternoon at peanut falls in pal said
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state park. the teen was swinging from a tree when he landed on a rock which gave way and sent him tumbling into the falls. he was stuck 70 feet high, and kneeling on a rock. rescuers used a rope to reach the teen who suffered internal injuries. a boat carried them a waiting ambulance. >> clean up is underway at o'hare airport after attacks i cab smashed through the glass door, at terminal three. as you can imagine, travelers were sent scrambling, as glass went flying. police say no one was hurt, the driver was cited for failing to reduce speed before crashing. the crash did not affect flights at the airport, though. >> happening today, another celebration for the national champion villanova wildcat. >> today the wildcats are going to the white house. the team is celebrating with a parade and other rallies since they beat north carolina on last second shot to win the championship just last month. this noon president obama will
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con grab late them. will bring us live reports right here on "eyewitness news". >> well, still ahead, the disturbing discovery fishermen make in the florida everglades. >> also ahead shocking case of road rage caught on camera. hear from a motorcyclist run over by a driver. >> plus, a update on canada's fort mcmurray wild fire. why some residents have to wait month to return home. we'll be right
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you are not going to believe this gruesome discovery in the florida everglades. a fisherman found a pair of alligators feeding on a human body. it happened about 20 miles west of fort lauderdale. officials do not think the geathers killed the man. they say his body a fears have been in the body for quite some time. right now authorities do say they have more questions than answers. >> definitely want to identify who the victim is, and possibly figure out what happened to them, how did they
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end up here, could it be a homicide, could it and suicide, could it have been natural, a fisherman. >> divers recovered the bod which other with rifles stood watch. medical examiner work to go determine a cause of death. room night you are about to see a shocking case every road rage caught on camera. >> it happened after a memorial day bike ride for veterans in florida. in the video you can see a driver and a couple on a motorcycle getting into a heated argument at the stop light. the driver then backs up, and runs over the pair on the motorcycle, knocking the man and the woman to the ground before speeding off. >> i thought the guy was trying to kill us obviously, he's willing to back up and purposely hit the bike and kept ongoing. you know, you don't know waist going through your mind, you know, he gets past us, is he going to put the car in reverse, is he going to turn around, stop, pull out a gun, you don't know waist going on. >> both bikers hurt but will be okay, police eventually caught up with that driver. well, thousands every
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canadians forced to evacuate after a wild fire may not go home until september. officials site environmental contamination in fort mcmurray. 500 homes and about dozen apartment complexes are not safe because of toxic ash and debris surrounding the structures. officials hope phase in of more than 08,000 evacuees starts tomorrow. >> in for more spring like day today, after wet their felt like sum they are weekends, all quai net ocean city this morning, we look live at the boardwalk, you can see, a bit foggy there. let's take a look at the forecast, katie is a little under the weather. kate bilo will be joining us at 5:00 a.m. today we expect high of 87 degrees, mostly sunny, wednesday, sunny, nice, high of 82, thursday, little bit cooler, sunny, 77, now the showers, oh, figures, i knew we couldn't get through a week without showers, showers and thunderstorms friday, 76. saturday, though, fortunately right now, look like 80, 78 and little bit of stormy
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weather on sunday, as well. meisha, are the roads clear, please, tell me why. >> well, after yesterday, i would like to tell you yes. actually no. we are starting off kind of with another bang. but the good news, jim, the roadways are nice and dry. far cry from what we saw yesterday. so, roadways nice and dry, just going to be busy day overall, this is why we already have disable vehicle, pulled all the way off to the that shoulder, as you can see, plenty of of vehicles coming un behind it, when it is so dark out, sometimes things like that can sneak up on you. just know it is, there schuylkill eastbound near conshohocken, pulled all the way off to the shoulder almost butting into the far right lane. similar situation here. another disable vehicle, 95 for the bound, past cottman, pulled all the way off to the shoulder. see the squad car there block that far right lane. so again, a loft flashing lights, and actually doesn't seem like as many vehicles on 95 moving in the northbound direction than what we saw on the schuylkill eastbound. so looking okay here. that will pose some problems coming up in a little bit if it doesn't get out of our way. new jersey, 42 northbound,
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looking good, fairly typical. do have downed pole here route 168 southbound add church road. right shoulder blocked. construction you might want to know about. pa turn peak, and also more construction here. 422 westbound between first avenue, which is just before the turnpike, and trooper, you are reduced to one lane overnight. nine p.m. to 6:00 p.m. this will go on through thursday. brooke, over to you. >> thanks, meisha a still ahead late night hoops action on the west coast. this morning we know two teens headed to the nba finals. >> also ahead, 18 wheeler goes overboard, how the driver managed to free himself and the one thing officials say that could have made it worse. we'll be right back.
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the group, and campaign 2016 analysis ahead of the last big primary next week. check in two, three, four times a day, "kyw news radio", 1060 on your a.m. dial. the defending nba champion goal end state warriors are headed to the finals again. this of course is after a crazy come back from a three game to one deficit. just the tenth team to rally from the three to one deficit to win a series, beat oklahoma city, 96 to 88, in front of delerious home crowd. set kerry, the warriors came back from 13-point down. they face labron james and the cleveland cavaliers in game one of the nba finals thursday night. big bummer. i woke up really wanting oklahoma to have done t that's okay, though, the stanley cup finals are underway, and the pittsburght penguins take game one over the san jose sharks. crosby in his firsts final,
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give the pens, a two-nothing lead in the first period. the pens hung onto win three-two. game two is tomorrow night in pit burying. >> well, the time now 4:00 ooh. time for check on business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us live this morning, from the new york stock exchange, jill, we hear it is a big week on wall street. >> reporter: well, that's right, invest remembers waiting for the important may jobs report, that comes out friday. a strong report makes it more likely that the fed will raise interest rates in june or july. later this morning, we will also learn more about consumer spending last month, brooke, jim? >> jill, learning more about the emissions cheating scandal. how is that impacting volkswagon's bottom line? >> well, volkswagon's net profit plunged 19% in the first quarter, of course, the company's dealing with the aftermath of its emissions cheating scandal, the german auto maker admitted to rigging software in cars, so they give out false info and beat pollution tests, volkswagon
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sales rushed in z russia, brazil, because the economy is not doing as well in those countries. >> doesn't pay to cheat. thanks, jill, we'll check in with you a little later on. coming up after the break, a check on traffic and weather together. plus hear from the driver after big rig left dangling over a busy expresswa
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>> back on "eyewitness news" with a look outside at center city, some patchy fog out there, but will soon burn off. kate a little under the weather but kate bilo has joined us, she will be with us in about ten minutes from now, but let's take a look at today's daily planner, 9:00 a.m., expect warm start to your day, 77 degrees, by noon, mostly sunny, and 81, 3:00 this afternoon sunny less humid, high of 87.
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the clouds still hang around, but the rest of the week looks looks pretty good and we will be checking in with kate in just a little bit. meanwhile, let's check in with meisha with traffic. >> good morning, it will be a gorgeous day today. specially coming offer yesterday. good morning, welcome back to work, right? looking at the ben franklin bridge, looking good. looking really nice and quiet, beautiful shot out there, still very, very dark, all of those lights look really pretty. days able vehicle here, we had it, past cottman, put away off to the shoulder blocking lit bit of the right lane, cleared. ninety-five past cottman, you are looking good in both directions, keep my eye on the southbound direct, northbound, no problem. disable vehicle here, the schuylkill eastbound, see it pulled all the way out to the shoulder maybe blockingly bit of the right lane, schuylkill eastbound near conshohocken, again, pulled all the way off to the shoulder but can pose some problems specially if you don't know it is, there still dark out there, when you come around the curve we see this happen time and time again, sneaks up on you, slam on your
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brakes, when we can get some for those of you, near conshohocken, know it is there. then more construction here, 422 westbound between first avenue which just before the turnpike and trooper, now reduced to one lane overnight. it will be 9:00 p.m., through 6:00 a.m., this will go on through thursday, make note that far for those of in you and around that area, also we do have downed pole here route 168 southbound at church road that right shoulder still block and also some more construction, pa turnpike eastbound the off ramp. more construction garden state parkway, new great know toll plaza, three toll lanes are closed right now, and i'll be tweet that out, jim, over to you. >> holiday traffic came to screaching halt in the bronx when tractor-trailer nearly went overboard on the cross bronx expressway. >> big rig dangled over the road for hours, several people were hurt, the driver of the 18 wheeler climbed out of the cabin un-phased by his brush with doom.
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>> only little pain, my head, go to the hospital. >> officials stay could have been much worse, the tractor-trailer was empty making it much lighter. investigators believe a van may have cut off the tractor-trailer causing the driver to lose control. >> coming up in the next hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news", see the chaotic scene that caused secret service to rush during a campaign rally. >> we'll show you why a highly anticipated report from the attorney's general's office won't be released today aspected. >> adele fans, adele calls out a fan right in the middle after concert, see how she stopped sing to go criticize someone in the crowd. back at the top of the hour.
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> braking right now, terrifying night inside frankford home after teenager and her mother are attack, liver on the scene with police trying to crackdown the suspect right now. >> plus dozens every years worth of history destroyed when flames rip through an american legion post. we'll have the important information we expect to learn today about the massive fire. what a difference a day makes, rain is gone, but still hot and humid out there this morning. kate lets you know when we'll get a break from the tropical-like weather. well, today is tuesday, may 31, good morning everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> hey there, i'm brooke thomas, kate bilo is in for katie fehlinger. meisha is here with a look at the roads. >> way better than yesterday,
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we have dry roadways, i will say though we have a lot of activity again, brooke, kind of repeat what we saw yesterday morning. so i'll get that in just a movement kate it will be a beautiful today. >> it is going to be beautiful today. you might go outside this morning, looks little merky out there, foggy, humid, but things will get whole lot bet they are afternoon. take a look down the shore right now, well there is could pretty much be anywhere. you can't see much of it. this is ocean city, ocean city boardwalk, past this weekend. yesterday terrible beach day. today gets little bert. notice how foggy it is down the shore this morning, and that's going to lead to low visibility, and probably slow travel specially spot like the garden state parkway, ac parkway, places like, that storm scan3, shows the problem, still renmant circulation from what was tropical storm bonnie offer the coast of the carolinas, that conveyor belt of moisture that bonnie was pulling in, now, finally has shifted off shore. but there is enough cloud cover, and enough fog around, down the shore, to keep in a in place this morning. and visibilities have lowered quite a bit. temperature wise, r


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