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>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". fixture on south street is gone. flames destroy a popular restaurant a landmark in society hill for almost 40 years. now few have above chopper three live loafer burn out shell of bridget boyd's. fire crews remain on the scene putting out hot spots for hours aft this morning's fire. >> iconic restaurant was heavily damaged in this massive two alarm fire. >> good afternoon i'm rahel solomon. >> i'm jim donovan. the fire killed two dogs and injured firefighte firefighters. trang dough were on the scene all morning long.
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>> reporter: flames and heavy smoke billowed out of the bridget foys hours after fire started in the restaurant's basement just after 1:15am. >> smoke billowing out non-stop. >> reporter: more than 100 firefighters balanced the flames. which they were able to contain to the building. commissioner adam thiel called eight very stubborn fire. >> push in, got deep inside the basement of this restaurant and then the made very good decision to pull out and make exterior tactic. condition were dangerous stay inside. >> reporter: paramedics transported three firefighters with unknown injuries to area hospitals. all were in stable condition. >> very deep seeded stubborn very up tense fire. >> reporter: 11 people and eight animals are displaced from nearby apartments. two dogs inside doggie style pet store next door also heavily damaged by the fire were killed. >> tragedy. it's scary to know that it happen. >> reporter: neighbors woke up to the smell of smoke in the air.
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only to come outside and see a south street institution devastated. >> i live across the street it's always crowded. always putt people eating outside. people inn sigh. so very popular, yeah. >> reporter: as firefighters continued to try to save this neighbor staple i did speak briefly to the owner he have bridget foy's. said he was too upset to make comment. this restaurant has been in this neighborhood for nearly four deck kay. from head house square, i'm trang do, cbs3 "eyewitness new news". >> meanwhile spoke could be seen for miles from two alarm barn fire on chester county farm. firefighters responded to the farm around 7:15 this morning. it took crews about three hours to place the fire under control. no injuries have been reported it's unclear at this point fay i wasn't malls were inside that barn. police are investigating the shooting deaths of two, 16-year-old boys in south philadelphia. i writ witness news reporter greg argos is live at that
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scene. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon rahel. this is very tight night community as ugh imagine last night this community the scene of that double murder. in fact right here mind me you can see some of the circles from where the bullet casings were and over there many folks have gathered, police still here on scene as this community and this family is mourning suspects are still being sought by police. >> we had a confrontation it happened between two groups of school aged kids, um, probably a dispute. the kids go the into a fight. gun was produced. two people shot. two kids lost their lives. still a lot of work to be done. but again it's just when you introduce firearms into dispute with school aged kids tragedy results. >> reporter: as you heard from captain jack ryan the shooter and an accomplice are likely teens themselves. the victim here -- victims i shall say 1684 old sal who lived on this block and 16-year-old
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career miller investigators say some type of argument broke out around 8:30 last night between the victims and the suspects. one of the suspects pull out a handgun and shot both sal and career once each in the chest. they both were pronounced dead at jefferson university hospital shortly after 9:00 last night. this afternoon those that new sal said he was a loving kid a junior at st. joe' prep. one friend heard the shots and immediately went tout see what happened in i heard the shots from my house and i ran out and seen somebody laying on the pavement my best friend. i just tried to do what i can. that was really it. waited until the cops came. it was sad. it was really bad. >> reporter: back here life i can tell you police are holding a press conference this afternoon at police headquarte headquarters. 3:00 p.m. they're going to update us on this investigation but i heard from the captain of homicide he says no arrests yet have been made. we're live here in south
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philadelphia, i'm greg argos, cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> very sad story. thank you, greg. meanwhile a manhunt in louisiana under way for gunman who fatally shot gram bring link state university student and his friend. the shoot shooting took place on campus around midnight after altercation in a dorm room spilled out into a court your. senior earl andrews and his friend caldwell both 23 were shot and killed. the shooter remains at large. the music world is mourning the loss of a legend today. fats domino the man behind hits like ain't eight shame and blueberry hill has passed away. domino was one of the first ten honorees named the rock and recall hall of fame. he sold more than 110 million records in decades long career many he passed away yesterday morning of natural causes. fats domino was 89 years old. we have breaking sports news right now. the 76ers have announced that rookie markelle fultz will miss the next three games for shoulder soreness. according to his agent fultz recently got a cortisone shot to
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relieve inflammation. the first overall pink has adjust the his shot me can mix to compensate for the pain. he'll be re-evaluated after those three games. to the nation's capitol. feud appears to be growing between president trump and the gop. two retiring republican senators are now calling on their colleagues to speak out against the president. >> reporter: arizona senator jeff flake says his decision to retire from congress has freed him up to speak out against president trump. >> the longer we go, the more this behavior is normalized. and that is a problem. we can't allow our dialogue to continue to worsen. >> flake published op he had in the washington post this morning republicans can no longer remain silent. waiting for someone else to do something. bob corker is also retiring from the senate and has been critical of the president's behavior saying he dee basis the country. >> our stand by everything i have said. blake told cbs this morning he believes others will join them.
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>> i think that we have a responsibility as a elected officials to speak out where they're behavior that is just beyond the pale and some of of what we've seen i think fits in that category. >> reporter: white house is dismissing flake and corker and pointed tuesday lunch with gop senators where the president received a standing ovation after talking with the group. president trauma many hit back on twitter this morning saying the reason flake and corker drop out of the senate race is very simple. they had zero chance of being elected. now act so hurt and wounded. >> i think they were not likely to be re-elected and i think that shows that the support is more behind this president than it is those two individuals. >> reporter: flake's approval rating dropped to 30% at home in arizona. seth lemon for cbs3 "eyewitness news". cbs news has confirm the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's campaign helped fund political research into president trump the research ultimately produced that today's eighty three of allegations about the president's ties to russia. the president calls the claims
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quote phony stuff. fbi is investigating those claims so is special council robert mueller. before that arrangement unknown republican was funding the research into trump. well, coming up, fisher price issued major recall involving infant seats. also, car mirrors vandalized in one community but the culprit wasn't actually a person. we'll have the tiny animal to blame for the destruction and the reason it happened. >> katie. looking ahead to a weekend that will be like to call a half and half. some of is wet and some of it is actually really nice. which day is which? that's coming up. a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that
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works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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back on "eyewitness news" now with important recall fisher price now recalling 63,000 infant seats because of a fire hazard. the soothing motion seats play nature sounds, sway and vibrate to sooth babies. fisher price received reports that the moat over heats and one report of fire. no injuries have been reported. five models are being recall. we have a link to the fisher price website on major changes on the way for mega millions lottery beginning saturday the cost of a ticket will double from one to two dollars. starting jackpot will also increase from $15 million to 40 million. but your odds winning that jackpot are now decreasing because the chances -- changes to the numbers you can make. >> amazon launching new service for prime members that let's
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delivery drivers into your home when you're not there. here's how it works. customers would have to buy an amazon key kit that includes security cameras and a compass table smart door lock. instead of drivers leaving packages on the front porch they'd leave your purchases inside the front door. the kit costs $250. amazon plans to roll out the new service is 37us cities next month. count me out. >> count me out, too. people in georgia neighborhood thought they were the targets of vandal. >> well then they found out their car wip dose and mirrors broken but the vandal was actually a bird. take look at the damage. this happened in snellville which is northeast of atlanta about two dozen people are dealing with the aft math. they thought someone was using gun or hammer to smash the glass but someone say a woodpecker was the culprit. >> my god i got taken in by a woodpecker. >> very territorial. they'll attack and peck. >> it turns out the it appears the woodpecker was seeing its lee neck in the glass and then
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attacking it. people are now putting plastic bags over their car windows to prevent more damage. >> you got to watch those woodpeckewoodpeckerswoodpeckers. >> where there's a will there's way. >> when you set your mine on accomplishing something special you're more than likely going to do it that's exactly the case for young girl from oregon making a decision to beat and all odds to accomplish a dream. that story coming up katie. >> week send definitely looking very promising for the first time half and not so much for the second half. we've got another big eagles game on sunday and at the moment it look like it could be a soaking kind of a day with very soggy weather. some very steady rain coming through on that day but at least saturday is looking good. low 70 that is day with sunshi sunshine. so quite the half and half. we've got a full forecast to
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nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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jim you're on your way out. you have an event to go to. looks like the weather is pretty nice outside. >> looks comfortable outside. you'll be comfortable in your suit right now. you've got couple of layers on. what? >> katie. >> you're giving me this look. >> i am. i was going to say i didn't see any snow. [ laughter ] >> still a little cool. it's fall. it's late objection. you might need an extra layer. you'll be perfectly comfortable as is. >> katie approves. >> all right. [ laughter ] >> we all app pro of jim in every way. >> thank you. >> we are going to find the next couple of days another pattern change i think that were do warm up with time here. then there's another drop off on the thermometer and in addition there's a very potent trough digging in the days ahead and that's where this rain comes from on sunday. so much more on that later on in the forecast. let's get you out the door if maybe you work middle shift and
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trying to hit the road to get to work. the rain and the specifically the frontal boundary that crossed that was yesterday that is still making its full departure sluggishly but no longer problem for us. led to a couple of clouds down near the shore points. the sky has brightened up up nicely. a couple of clouds. nice bright day and very pleasant weather to enjoy for the rest of afternoon. all part of much larger system so we have the cold front but the area of low pressure still working its way through the great lakes and that could rotate in some more clouds maybe even sling sprinkle tum come tomorrow that is it in terms of any additional wet weather quote unquote worries we'll face in the next few days. because overall high pressure really is our story here. right through friday and even saturday. and because we'll sit on the western edge of that high come saturday the temperatures have the opportunity to rebound once more. notice what looms here, however, so here's the trough that will absolutely be digging in. but there's another piece of the puzzle to this which we'll get to. the the meantime we couldn't the warming ten right through saturday bombing out tomorrow
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starting to rebound for the next cub of days. now that other piece of the puzzle is this. this latest area of showers and thunderstorms which has as of yet to develop into anything whether it be would be an area to watch depression or a named storm. in the next five days it's you go four in ten shot of doing so. regardless of that happening, it's going to get pulled up into the overall know. you seat beginnings any wave this trough starting to dig in. those two pieces depending how they interact could lead to very soggy upcoming sunday but the front will cross through any way. so it does look to me right now like sunday could be a pretty gross looking day here unfortunately which doesn't body well for the eagles as we get closer the timing on that is certainly going to become a lot clearer. meanwhile, halloween. how is that looking for the trick or treaters your gloats gloats and goblins. errly evening looks very very typical. mid 50s, 52 to 55 degrees or so. a generally clear sky an light wind expected just enough to russell the leaves a little bit and near full moon at that point
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too. it will be turning fool into early november it should be just spooky enough for your little goblin headed out to gather treats. you can see the fall foliage speaking through i was nest distance here a bit of cloud cover has moved in over whitfield elementary school next door to reading. but you know still pretty decent start to the afternoon and that said also cooler by comparison. we're now only in the low 60s. we probably have maybe five or more degrees up our sleeves before it's all said and done and the wind flow is drier as well out of the northwest at this point. so as you look ahead to the seven day couple of thing to point out. today just few clouds. certainly cooler by comparison but the coolest day of the next several is absolutely tomorrow. and again you may see a stray sprinkles not enough to warn the umbrella. saturday is the warmest don't get used to that. sunday comes along that steady heavy rain comes along, too. so tailgate plans, have a backup right now. you'll want to think about maybe some tarps or tents that kind of thing. >> all right. >> thanks katie.
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dreaming beg despite her disability. >> today's love it meisha introduces us to an athlete who's an inspiration to so many. >> elma from portland oregon considered her life a -- she received a prosthetic leg two months after her right leg was amputated none of which has held her back one bit. sports is what she loves and she's laser faux cuff. take look. >> annie never questioned whether she'd play sports and like a normal kid, she tried several before she found her niche. >> i used to play soccer. i played little bit of tennis and i tried water polo once. i decided to try volleyball my sister played volley because and she loved it. >> so i tried out for the volleyball team at my middle school in seventh grade. and i like fell in love with it. >> also pretty good. despite the fact that she faces a may your challenge. that very few her age have to face. >> my femur was shorter and my
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fibula was bone was gone. they amputated at nine months old at 11 months i got my first pot set tick and i started walking and i've been going ever sips like a regular girl. >> annie plays on freshman volleyball team at south salem but she's not stopping there. she's dreaming big. dreaming of, the para olympic. >> my goal is to be in tokyo. i don't know if that's very realistic goal to me it is. i think if i push myself hard enough i can be there. >> what a gal. in addition to her schoolwork and playing on her freshman team, annie flows to oklahoma city on monthly basis to train with team usa sitting volleyball para olympic team. she's never been one to let her dissable define what she's capable of doing and she's certainly not doing to start n now. good for her. >> talk about role model. >> you think about how young. you think maybe you get you've it to. but play also sports and not even to think -- not let it faze you one bit. >> it's what she knows. i think that's really awesome she's towering above it.
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>> no barrier. >> you nail it. a little powerhouse she is taking everything in stride with a great attitude and hope her best days, biggest dreams are in her future. thank you for your wise perspective and far reaching inspiration, annie. well if you've on the any other story ideas you think i shall know bowers he please zen them my way under facebook or twitt twitter. >> meisha, thank you up next a shelter dog wins the internet. >> the reason behind this pup' big grin when "eyewitness news"
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well back now with news about cbs evening news. familiar face will be anchoring
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the broadcast cbs news correspondent jeff glor named anchor of the network flap ship evening news broadcast he'll step in to his new role later this year. until then you can catch interim anchor anthony mason every week night at 6:30 right after "eyewitness news" at 6:00. coming up later today on "eyewitness news" at 5:00, learn to save a life in less than five minutes. where you can find the first of its kind cpr training kiosk at 5:00. >> on "eyewitness news" at 6:00 popular shore spot could be doing away with ice cream truc trucks. which south jersey beach town may be putting a freeze on the popular vending vehicles and tonight at 6:00. >> a shelter dog is texas melting hearts with infectious smile. >> ache at a look. this is cheese. the city of waller animal shelter and rescue put his picture up on their facebook page last week in hoping finding him a forever home. his adorable pictures went viral shared thousands of times and so happy to report cheech smiled his way into a new home.
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>> grin like that how can you blame someone. >> yeah. here's something to make us smile some more. dancing rhino. a little girl was born at the zoo in the chech republic seems to be very happy to have pumpk pumpkin. eastern black rhino and this species on the brink of extinction with only a few hundred remaining. >> okay. we got a find her a mate that also likes to dance oh sew we can get them to continue their species. >> the cha-cha. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> happy with the pumpkin. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon for today. i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon for katie, meisha and all of us here thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. >> you can always visit us online at >> the young and the restless is coming up next. bye-bye. ♪
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