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township. tom identifies the victim in this fatal fire as six a year old bonnie lynn hall. it was just before midnight when officials found mrs. hall in the first floor of this home. now, when firefighters arrived here, at that point, i'm told, the back of the home was engulfed in flames. now, family members of the victim were eventually called to this scene to make an i.d. at this time police say that the fire is not considered to be suspicious in nature. now, not to speculate, we all know temperatures drop pretty low overnight. it is yet to be determined, if perhaps a fuel source, or a heater could have possibly played a role in how this fire all started. all of that of course remains part of an active investigation to determine a cause. now, the fire fight was difficult. not surprising, no hydrants in this area, so, firefighters were forced to use tankers, to hall in water and then they use that water to place into ponds, to try and knock down
the flames. now, i also spoke to the coroner's office in chester county. they tell me they'll have more to say about this later this afternoon. but, once again, to recap, the chief of police here, in bedroom hang township, chester county, says the victim in this fatal fire is 65 year old bonnie lynn hall, found on the first floor, really not much damage, you can see on the outside of the home, but on the other side of the home, it is a different story. >> joe holden, cbs news. >> thank you for the update. six people are being treated for smoke inhalation after fire at the bently senior living center on route 130, pennsauken. now, for the lip, none of the cases are considered life threatening. dozens of seniors were forced out of the building by fire at about 8:00 this morning, they're now back inside. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked that fire. >> and another fire, this one in a highrise, near 13th and lombard, in center city, philadelphia, firefighters responded just after 2:00 this
morning, the fire was contained to outdoor balcony, and was quickly brought under control. >> new video released by philadelphia police in hopes of tracking down several people responsible for the break-in. first told you about the store break-in yesterday. the driver of this red suv you see on the surveillance camera there smashed through the front window of the chestnut street store group inside that suv and another group from the mercedes jumped out and ransacked the store. they got a which with clothes. >> more surveillance video this time inside jewelry store, this is from last friday around 2:00 a.m., man caught on camera entering the perfect time jewelry store on the 300 block every south street. the man spent about 45 minute brousing but when employees were occupied with other customers he took a watch from the display got away. if you recognize police want to hear from you. >> police have now identified the suspect wanted for vandalism, at philadelphia's historic union league, 50 year old regimen phelps inches accused of ripping the brass
railing from the stairs of the south broad street building early monday morning. that caused an estimated $100,000 worth of damage. police say they recovered the railing at local scrap yard, if you have any information on the whereabouts that far suspect, please give police a call. well, some messy weather on the way. we're tracking rain and the possibility of a bit of snow for some of you. meteorologist, katie fehlinger live in the cbs-3 weather center to tell you what you can expect in your neighborhood, katie, tell me it isn't so. >> well, it is depending where you are. so, you know, really the nuts and bolts of this is of course the fact we have enough cold air to work with, that's what you really need if you see any frozen precipitation, and it was cold this morning, ended up booth bomb g out in the 30's in philadelphia first time since this past spring, so we start things by backing up, we just talk little bit in terms of the statistical information, the numbers, cold start. >> thirty-eight at the philadelphia international airport. average low on this particular
morning. year is 45 degrees. yes, coldest air we've experienced since april 10th, been a while. storm scan nice and quiet however but storm that's eventually going to be brewing, few clouds starting to nudge in. but this system does not make its eye rival until early tomorrow morning at the absolute earliest for now here's where we stands, enough cool air in place, not going to break out of the 50's, anywhere today only expecting to resubmit 50's in philadelphia, again, best to stage if you are looking for snow you have to go farther to the north, namely, the poconos, in philly. snowflakes are not in the cards for you, surge not in the cards for the shore. but coming up little later in the show we walk you through this system, because everybody does feel the impact from the approaching storm system, comes in the form every rain, i want to track that for awe little later on, guys, back to you. >> breaking news to report right now, chopper three over fire on west county line road hatboro montgomery county between york and blair mill
road. >> no reports of injuries, the fire was at two alarms, not declared under control. seems like they're about the g out hot spots. we'll keep you up-to-date as we learn more, you can get more details of course on our website cbsphilly.com. >> donald trump takes brief detour from the campaign, republicans will rally for supporters later today in the key battlegrounds state of north carolina, democratic side hillary clinton spending her birthday meeting supporters in florida this is her second day in a row campaigning in the sunshine state. of course we know pennsylvania also sure to play pivotal roll in this election, tim kaine back in our area calling on voters to head to the polls for hillary clinton. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos liver at the venue where cane will make his first appearance of the day in newtown bucks county. good afternoon, greg. >> reporter: afternoon, rahel. tim kaine expected to arrive her in just about two hours as you mention, bucks county community college nearby me. small crowd gathering, much
smaller than other spaces we've seen for the surrogates, and candidate themselves arriving. maybe about 200 people could fit here at bucks county community college, once again, expected to begin around 2:00 this afternoon. like you mentioned, this is his first time in newtown stomping for hillary clinton. but we've seen surrogates or the candidates themselves in a region quite often over the past few months >> showed clinton and donald trump at close margins, but smog clinton with five and a half to six of point lead over trump. that's significant gap, one the gop nominee can easily chip away at in the coming days. might do that by having his runningmate mike pens come here to the region as well, mike pence just announcing he'll make stop here in bucks county, in bensalem. that's this friday at 2:00. we of course will be here for
tim kaine's comments, and for exactly what says later on on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". for now live in bucks county. greg argos, back to you guys in the studio. >> greg, you have a fan behind you, thank you very much. well, donald trump says he would love to fight joe biden. that's his response. and this come after the vice president said last friday he wished he could fight trump while criticizing the gop presidential nominee's vulgar comments about women. >> now, rally in tallahassee florida, trump responded by saying he would be willing to take biden up on the offer. >> you know, he's mr. tough guy. you know when he is mr. tough guy? when he is standing behind a microphone by himself. he want to bring me to the back of the barn. oh. >> now, monday the vice president clarified his remarks by saying he would take on trump if he was back
in high school. well, we're getting down to the wire, we're only 13 days away from election day, stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage on air and on line at cbsphilly.com. three philadelphia corrections officers facing charges this noon over the alleged beating of inmate. chopper three over the philadelphia industrial corrections center on state road in holmesburg. that's where prosecutors say officers milton gibbs, karen failing and sean low assaulted the inmate in june. the three turned themselves in yesterday, district attorney seth williams said it was a brutal beating. >> they took this individual out of his cell. they began punching him, beating him, they dragged him to the central control area, where he was further punched and kicked. the inmate lost consciousness twice. >> coming up: two different automakers recalling more than half million cars and suv's. >> we'll have the important information for you after the
the affected vehicles are the 2007 to 2009 legacy and out back. the 2008 to 2014 impress a, and 2,009 to 2013 forrester. all of the recalled models had turbo charged engines. ford also recalling more than 400,000 older suv's, that is to fix a fuel leak, that could cause fires. that recall covers certain 2010's to 2012's ford escapes, 2010 to 2011 mercury mariner's with 3-liter flex fuel engines. ford says fuel supply part can crack and leak gasoline, that could catch fire. as far as multi-billion dollar citrus industry faces a growing danger from disease. a tree killing bacteria wiping up the state's famous orange grove. >> david begnaud tells us where the disease came from, and if anything can be done to stop it. >> steve johnson has walk his citrus drove since a boy. >> not a job, not a business,
a way of life. >> a way of life i, crisis, because of this tiny bug t carries a disease from china, known as greening t appeared in the u.s. in 2005, is an increasing threat to florida's entire citrus industry. profits are razor thin for growers like johnson. >> what's gone on in your eyes that i can see? >> it is an emotional time. i'm fourth generation to be here. and to give that up would really hurt me. >> this single state produces more oranges than any country in the world, except brazil. but production is plummeting. >> in 2004, florida produced 240 million boxes of oranges. this season in that number will drop to 70 million, because of greening. that's why researchers are looking at every possible option. to try and combat it. >> these fruit are smaller, they're lopsided. >> michael rogers is an end tomial gist with the university of florida citrus education program. >> growers are still harvesting fruit, but they're not harvesting as much fruit
as they used to, they're spending three times the money to get that crop, and the crops much smaller. >> researchers are feeling desperate. this is an experimental grove, where america netting shields the trees from infection. it is effective, but expensive. many farmers are having a hard timekeeping up. there are 130,000 acres of ghost orchards, abandoned, and left to the weeds. david begnaud, cbs news, florida. >> well, still ahead: we'll show you a new twist on yoga. >> it is a work out routine that includes a field full of goats. why some say goat yoga is a healthy combination of therapy and exercise, what do you think, katy? >> got to go good for couple of laughs, too, adorable video. as we look ahead to your weekends, in your weekend watch, right around the corner, guys, expecting disturbance to push through. so i wouldn't be shocked that specially sunday in the city if we saw a shower, but look at the nice little warm up that will come along with that, saturday looks pretty
good for most of us, mid 060's in the city, continue the warming trends everywhere headed into sunday. so, again, little disturbance could trip you up sunday, overall not bad looking weekends forecast, especially if you're not a like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family.
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>> meanwhile, game two of the worlds series starts little early tonight. it is 7:30 start because of the threat of the rain in cleveland. american league champion indians got two homeruns, from catcher roberto perez, record setting performance from pitcher cory, to win last night's game. one of the series six-nothing, struck out eight cubs in the first three innings, the national league champion cubs were shut out for the first time this post-season. and the cleveland police department is jumping on the cubs lack of hitting. their tweets show that they filed a missing person's report for the cubs offense. that hurts. but you don't want to anger those baseball gods, it may and little early for that trash talk. >> yes. >> whew, after game one. >> my goodness, did you see all of those emoji's, now, that's when you know it is serious, when the emoji's start following, or not serious, right? >> that rain going to make its way this way? >> what's head today
cleveland, headed our way, bridges a little bit after different scenario for us, more of the wet weather certainly tomorrow. tonight actually stays basically dry, not until tomorrow morning we actually is to worry about wet weather anywhere, even for most of you, i think you get through the majority of the morning without any wet weather because we're really waiting on cold front to cross through. it is the warmfront that may bring in the snow and ice that we talked b ironically enough, warmfront but let's get you out there. start with wider zoom on storm scan3, which at the moment ushering in clip elf clouds, no harm, no foul. still very pleasant fall day. virtually, no winds to speak of. and it will stay that way through the rest of the day, here is the storm system just talking about. it is starting to gather more organization, this same time yesterday still pulling out of the front range of the rockies, not a lot more just open fields, to sort of organize, little more little clean on radar. so you have warmfront right now lifting into the great lakes, pushing right into lake erie what's headed our way. through the overnight, then there is the colds front,
that's going to trail pass it, come through tomorrow afternoon at the onset. so as we track this rain, you know, the warmfront again what bridges in the next chance for us to see maybe little snow or ice. specific to the far northern counties. so talking pocono region, maybe extending into the northern lehigh valley at further south, but otherwise, the rest of us, you're dry through the course of the morning. it is into the afternoon that the rain from the actual cold front is going to cross through, and it looks like once it starts, it may not let up for most of the day. but then behind it, we clear out very quickly friday, and back in to a breeze. i like the way that we can put things into just put point format, how this will all shake out. only talking rain amounts through the course of afternoon and evening of up to or maybe slightly exceeding half inch or so. that morning mix of maybe snow or ice is going to, again, stay to the north, poconos best chance to see it, you travel to i80, for example, that's where you are going to face these potentially slick roads. otherwise, it is really just wet roads, which naturally will slow you down, but the
p.m. drive that gets most impacted by that, everywhere else. looking at the future ice amount, just put it into motion, that's not much. you know you're talking maybe a hundred of an inch. so it is not enough to cause any kind of power outages, nothing like that, but all you need is 100 of an inch, maybe couple slick spots, snow may come in with this as well, likely if it is going to accumulate at all, on grassy surfaces, grounds still too warm. getting to the point where you see the transitions taking place, the fall beginning to peak, know chances start to become more numerous, right now actually got peak foliage up in some of the mountain us terrain, up through the lehigh valley, getting pretty close, around the rest of the delaware valley, but just one example every those beautiful colors, this is live look for you, over the vast more country inchin, see the pretty orange, yellow, start to pop into the shot here. just really lovely time of year. the rest of the afternoon looks great. if you want to go take advantage of maybe leaf peeping, as they sometimes call t meanwhile, outside
middle township high school, couple of clouds. beautiful afternoon. modest breeze, most every you not seeing too much of a breeze, but it is out there at least in cape may courthouse. look forward in this forecast, tomorrow really the wettest day of the pack. i do think we've got the shot on sunday, specifically, to maybe still see shower, there is disturbance crossing through, but otherwise nice warm up that takes place here. actually hitting 70 by sunday. so we keep some that far typical warmth, even on halloween, looks seasonable by that point. so the worse of the chill is gone. >> nice good for the kiddos. >> definitely. >> all right, well, are you thinking about changing up your yoga routine? well, two women have a solution that promises not to get your goat. >> tomb goat? >> gilbert, arizona, $2 a piece to do downward dog with the creatures, the farm owners call it, for some, work out for others, for katie good way
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