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freezing. not a great combination. especially when the atmosphere overall is too warm for snow. visibilities look good in philadelphia. no problems here at the moment. we do have a first alert until 9:00 a.m. this is for some patchy areas of light freezing rain on untreated surfaces. keep an eye on that. if it looks wet, it's possibly going to be icy in some areas. the sun is going to melt it all as we go into 9:00 a.m. so this is the area with the possibility of icing. again, only for a couple of hours. you can see on the radar there's plenty of that action on the radar, but a lot of that stuff on the eastern side is not reaching the ground. there's more coming at us from central pennsylvania. and mostly in the northern areas it looks to be headed north to the lehigh valley and the pocanos where we get icing there. in southeastern pennsylvania much of the area is above freezing. but we still have to keep our eye on that with a close call. we'll have pottstown at 33
degrees. allentown is still at 31. today we've got early light icing followed by clearing. and look at the temperature by this afternoon. into the 50s. now for a check on the roads this morning, we'll go to nbc 10's first alert traffic reporter jillian mele. good morning to you glenn. good morning to you at home as well. if you are taking septa, we have an alert. the market/frankford line is running on delays. they didn't tell us how big of a delay, but keep in mind it is running with delays. a live look at the boulevard at fox street. both directions are quiet as you can see with the roads dry. nothing to deal with there. and in delaware the majors are really quiet. 95 traveling through wilmington it is not congested at this point and your drive times are 10 to 11 minutes between 295 and 495. chris? we're following breaking news this morning out of new jersey where a four-alarm fire destroyed a historic building. the fire broke out at the sergeantsville inn in
sergeantsville, new jersey, about an hour north of philadelphia. nbc 10's katy zachry is live on the scene for us there. you spoke to the mayor earlier who was heartbroken and called this building the heart and soul of his town. >> reporter: yeah chris. you'll hear from him in just a minute. in the last half hour, we were able to get closer to this historic inn that went up in flames around 2:00 this morning. now the fire is out. but we can as we zoom in get you a shot of some of the firefighters up on the roof that are dousing some still persistent hot spots with water, trying to put them out. here is what the fire looked like at the height of it. we have still pictures taken by a firefighter that was the first on the scene. firefighters from neighbors towns were called in early on because of how aggressive this fire was. they fought it hard trucking in water from outside hydrants. there's still hot spots we just showed you mainly in the roof area and the second floor. and the fire chief tells me it will take some time into the early morning hours likely to put them all out.
one firefighter did receive minor injuries. now the mayor, we talked about him earlier, he's here at the scene to tell me what a devastating loss this is to the community. this inn has seen historic figures like george washington. >> this is the place where george washington was. this is the place where senators and assembly people come. this is the place where people celebrate their birthdays or anniversaries. their life events. this is the center of our town. and it's a very big hole in it right now. >> reporter: a very big hole in this community is right. now, about four hours after this fire first started, most of the firefighters from the neighboring towns have left. the fire crews that remain are just really getting the hoses back to their trucks and are ready to clear on out. but once the sun comes up we know this is going to draw many people from throughout the community.
we've already seen a few who left their homes very early this morning and had to see for themselves the devastating loss that now sits in the center of sergeantsville. reporting live katy zachry "nbc 10 news." at 6:04 were following this breaking news. a camden county family escaped their home that was collapsing with just seconds to spare. this came as no surprise to the family a fight moment, but it came as no surprise. >> reporter: that's right. as you mentioned, it was scary for this family. just take a look behind me to see what they were dealing with. this entire front portion of the house came crumbling down right here onto line street. the people who live here said they did have concerns this might happen ever since the home next door to the left was demolished roughly 12 years ago. the report of people in the house at the time is that everyone got out okay but they have been trying to get the city of camden to help them fix up their property following the demolition next door. they claim their concerns were
not addressed. so here's what happened. one of the residents says she was in the middle section of her house when the front section started coming down. >> so i was laying down. and all i heard was the porch. then my husband called for everybody to get up and get out of the house. >> reporter: you can see photos of the house taken a few hours before the collapse. here's the reason a newspaper reporter was out here yesterday doing a story about the dangers of this house. and then this happened. she rushed back out here and we'll hear from her coming up at 6:30. meanwhile, another live look out here as i'm reaching out to camden officials to find out what is going on with the history of this property. but for the most part the scene is crossed off. fortunately this family got out okay. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." new from overnight, a shooting in the west oak lane section of philadelphia sent two people to the hospital. police say two men were sitting
in their car on stinton avenue when two gunmen approached from behind and opened fire. the victims drove themselves to the hospital and are in stable condition. no word on the suspect or a motive. and in bucks county route 1 in langhorne reopened after a multi-vehicle pileup. police say it was caused by a wrong-way driver who slammed into three other cars seventh seven people were hurt. no charges for the wrong-way driver so far. happening today a charity holds a prayer vigil in honor of fallen officer robert wilson. that is scheduled at 6:00 p.m. in front of the gamestop store where officer wilson was killed last thursday. police arrested two men on murder charges in thatted shoo shooting. clergy from all over philadelphia left the department and let them know the whole city appropriates officer wilson.
>> i i want them to know if they need time to decompress, to let out the emotions or concerns that we're here. they are not alone. that they have the love and support of the community. and that we realize that we need them and they need us. and that's the choir at st. martin's parish that took time to honor the life of officer wilson yesterday. the church is just a block away from where the deadly shooting took place. the church collected more than $5,000 to be donated to officer wilson's two sons. and yesterday a small group held a rally for peace outside the gamestop where officer wilson was murdered. police said they want to prevent violent crimes by creating associate change through education and action. and a reminder here to use the nbc 10 app or go to
nbc10.com to learn how people across the country are rallying to help officer wilson's family. like this case, a group of video gamers raised hundreds of thousands of dollars after a story was posted over the weekend. download the "nbc 10 news" app for free at the app store. grief counselors will be at the shipley school this morning helping students deal with the loss of a classmate. kriman n cayman naib has been missing since last week. his participants said he was upset over schoolwork. we got up to 50 yesterday and will be in the 50s today. but in between we have an issue here. we have a first alert because
there's some possible icing north of philadelphia. at least on some surfaces. but it is all going to improve pretty rapidly during the morning with a nice afternoon there. we are now up to 36 in philadelphia. i don't think we'll have much of an icy threat in the city. and we've got some good news on the radar coming up as well. calm conditions right now. we don't see that real often. look at this area officially with possible icing until 9:00 a.m. but probably the northern half of this, north of the pennsylvania turnpike is the main threat. as you can see on the radar, some of the southern moisture is pretty much leaving the area. plus the temperatures are starting to go up. so that is helping us. this precipitation in central pennsylvania is headed right toward the lehigh valley. and the pocanos and some of that area in the pink indicate that it is cold enough for some icing. we're getting more and more rain
on the radar farther to the south. we'll take a look at some of the temperatures. of course, these are critical. coatsville, we have 30 degrees. but there's less precipitation on the radar. it's allentown at 31 for example, that we're a little bit more concerned about. wilmington is 32. but there's no precipitation that far south. trenton had a little bit of rain but they are well above freezing right now. and so is the shore area. again, they are dry as well. hour by hour we're seeing most of the precipitation well north of the philadelphia area into upper buck and montgomery county lehigh valley and berks county. but there it is just kind patchy. and that will be improving dramatically by 9:00 a.m. where it is clear at 43 and 50 by noon. i'll have the seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. ten minutes after 6:00 we'll get an update on the traffic this time of the morning. >> traffic reporter jillian mele is watching that for us.
good morning. >> good morning. we have a slight delay on the mass transit market/frankford line operating with a delay. this is eastbound 76 near belmont avenue as drivers make their way to city avenue and eventually to center city philadelphia. we're seeing volume pick up on76, but that's not out of the ordinary. same situation on the route 30 bypass eastbound from 340 to route 113. that's a five-minute trip. no problems either way on route 202. we continue to follow breaking news for you this morning with fire at a historic restaurant in new jersey. and breaking news out of camden where it's been a frightening morning for a family here. crews are still on the scene of a partial house collapse.
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the so-called black madame who is accused of causing a woman's death by giving her silicone injections for a butt enhancement. winslow's lawyers say she's not a murderer. and in the news this morning, a university of oklahoma fraternity will close and its members will be suspended after a racist video surfaced on the internet yesterday. it allegedly shows members of sigma alpha epsilon chanting a racial slogan saying black members would never be admitted to the fraternity. oklahoma university says they are embarrassed and the president issued this statement, we are investigating to determine if the video involved oklahoma university students. this behavior will not be tolerated and will be addressed very quickly. this behavior is reprehensible and contrary to all our values. members in a wisconsin community are calling for justice for an
african-american man who was shot by a police officer. they held a prayer vigil for tony robinson jr., a 19-year-old, who was shot to death at his apartment on friday. police went there after getting calls that robinson was assaulting people. he then attacked an officer who opened fire. state justice officials are investigating. we have been keeping eyes out for possible freezing rain in this morning's commute. >> jillian mele is watching that. no signs of trouble so far on the roadways. >> no problems so far. this is southbound near girard avenue with volume continuing to build out there. it's very average as far as the commute goes here on 95 as you can see. drivers heading into center city, just a little slower there. that's what we are used to see. the blue route is slow between 95 and 76. that's pretty average near 15 to 16 minutes. and in the lehigh valley no accidents to report. 22 is clear and interstate 78 looks good. so does the northeast extense.
extension. well, we have been pretty fortunate this morning as precipitation on the radar is moving into cold areas. but most of it is not reaching the ground. the low levels of the atmosphere are too dry. we have a first alert out and it does reach the ground. light freezing rain. we are seeing icing on some surfaces. the sun is going to melt it all. the sun rises at 7:22 this morning. we only have a little over an hour or so to be concerned about the icing. 36 degrees in philadelphia now. we have virtually no wind. and you don't see that a lot. there's the area affected by the icing from philadelphia northward. you can see on the radar one area shrinking to the east. this area is shrinking in the
middle of pennsylvania. so those are positive signs here. there are so many places of light, freezing rain. there's patchy light rain north of philadelphia. the activity that was down here in chester county that's pretty much dissipating. so we have much better conditions there. 33 in pottstown. 37 in doylestown. so in many areas, temperatures are above freezing. we have to go in there hour by hour and mile by mile and make sure that everybody is at or above the freezing mark. look at that collegeville 31 degrees. some places a couple degrees makes a significant difference. pottstown, 32 degrees. during the day today, any early light icing will disappear quickly. and the clouds are going to disappear, too. we'll have clearing skies into the 50s again. tomorrow a lot of clouds around with the rain coming later on in the day.
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6:22. the headlights and brake lights are moving along normally. meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz says no rain will reach philadelphia. it should be in the clear this morning. the rain stays to the north and west. and some could cause icing for parts of the area. be weary of that if you see the rain falling out there.
give yourself a little extra time on the roads. today apple will officially unveil the new smart watch. apple says the gadget will be able to open car doors, buy coffee and even track heart rates. the company will break out all the bells and whistles at a presentation later this morning in san francisco. the watch is on time to hit the market next month with a price tag of $350. good morning, delaware drivers. 495 is quiet. this is a live look right at philadelphia pike. no accidents and no delays. same situation on 95 and route 1. we'll take you to a live look outside at cape may where temperatures are well above freezing, but it is not like that for parts of the area. right, glenn? that's right. generally north of the pennsylvania turnpike we have two places with temperatures below freezing and participation will begin. that's what we are keeping an eye on this morning. we have issues later in the week, too. especially by the weekend. more on that coming up.
from history to ruins in a matter of minutes. katy zachry is live with more. >> reporter: look at this inn in a small new jersey town. it went up in flames around 2:00 this morning. we'll have an interview with the fire%u# coming up with how it may have started. i'm matt delucia live in camden. plenty of debris and a lot of questions after a camden home collapses. we'll tell you what happened coming up. and a high-tech boost. the plan president obama is unveiling today to get more workers into better paying jobs.
this morning. we are live with investigators to figure out what sparked off these flames. and a home in camden caved right before their eyes. why the family told the city of camden they were afraid this would happen. and you can see rain moving through part of this area that could mean a slippery commute for some of you this morning. but all of us will enjoy warmer weather this afternoon. good morning, i'm chris cato. >> i'm tracy davidson. we'll get an update on the warmer temperatures coming up with glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> the area is shrinking for the rainfall in the area. generally speaking berks county, a little bit of light freezing rain. some icing on the surfaces but the sun will take care of that.
the sunrises at 7:22. you can see some possible icing here in berks county and the lehigh valley until 9:00. overall, we'll have a nice day once we get rid of the precipitation. the precipitation area is shrinking by the minute. and we have rain falling in southeastern pennsylvania. even some of that is not reaching the ground. and temperatures are above freezing a little bit. 36 in philly. but it still says 31 in allentown. today, just the patchy light icing moving to the north. and then by 9:00 a.m. it's clearing. at noon it is going to be 50 degrees. what a change. now for a check on the roadways we'll go to traffic reporter jillian mele. good morning, glenn. good morning to you at home. we'll start out in chester county. 202 is clear in both directions. this is a live look near route
252. we have a couple drivers out there, but nothing ourtt of the ordinary. we have drivers heading into center city, philadelphia. we have a delay here of 24 minutes for your drive time south from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. traveling septa this morning, for the most part it's on or close to schedule. we do have eastbound delays on the septa market/frankford line. weapon continue continue to follow breaking news for you. a four-alarm fire destroyed a hotel in sergeantsville new jersey. katy zachry is live on the scene this morning. you talked to the fire chief about some of the issues fighting this fire overnight. tell us more about that. >> reporter: yeah we said it was pretty challenging considering the stone structure of this building. we'll get to more on that in just a minute. but since the fire is out, it's under control. we are able to move closer to this historic inn that went up in flames around 2:00 this
morning. and i am told they are working on just getting rid of some hot spots on the back of the building and up on the roof. you can see some of the guys up on the ladder. but we'll go to pictures we have still pictures that were taken during the height of the fire sent in to nbc 10 by a firefighter who was one of the first on the scene. you can see how aggressive the flames were. firefighters fought it hard. they trucked in water from outside hydrants it was so aggressive and are still working on hot spots. one firefighter received some minor injuries. i'm told he's going to be okay. the mayor was here soon after the fire broke out saying what a devastating loss this is for a small community. this restaurant, this inn is 300 years old. it has seen the likes of george washington staying here as well as other historic figures. the fire chief described to me the difficulty in fighting this fire and getting it under control. >> the structure itself you're
encountering heavy stone walls to make it a little more difficult to fight the fire. >> reporter: in terms of access? >> access and the fact that it's been hard over the years. that's the biggest challenge. >> reporter: do the walls contain the fire so to speak? >> because the walls are so thick, we do have the containment. >> reporter: back out here live along rosemont road which is where this sergeantsville inn is located along, this road has been off limits for traffic while they put out the hot spots. the fire marshall is here on scene and has not gotten into the fire and how it started. they are worried about the building collapsing.
that's the latest from here katy zachry, "nbc 10 news." seconds from disaster. that's what the family said this morning after part of their house collapsed in camden. matt delucia is live on the scene for us and you found out this may be the result of a problem that could have been fixed years ago, right? >> reporter: yes, three big questions we are trying to get answers to this morning. how did the collapse happen? did the city know about any dangers to this property? and what happens to this house now? i'm going to get out of way so you can see the entire portion of this house coming crumbling down to line street. police are still on the scene keeping an eye on this. and the people who live here say they have been trying to get the city to help with repairs after the home next door was demolished in 2003. there were four people in the home at the time. fortunately, everyone got out unharmed. one of the residents was in the middle section of the house when the front section starting to
collapse. >> i was late. and my husband called and said for everybody to get up and get out of the house. >> the house next door they told me was demolished some years back. and the wall then became the extenure your wall as it should have been. yet the front house was buckled. >> reporter: back out here live i reached out to camden officials to find out what has been going on with this property. but for the moment here police are remaining on the scene. the entire area is blocked off and it is difficult for vehicles to get through at the moment. but again, it is valuegreat that everyone is safe this morning. and a shooting in the
westville section of philadelphia sent two people to the hospital. two men were sitting in their car on stinton avenue when two gunmen approached from behind and opened fire. victims took off and drove themselves to the hospital. they are in stable condition. no word yet on the suspect or a motive. and it's 6:35. happening today a charity will hold a prayer vigil in honor of fallen police officer wilson. police arrested two suspects on murder charges. the community gave officer wilson's comrades of the 22nd police district a boost of support at roll call yesterday. nbc 10 was there when clergy let them know this is a wheelhard situation. and many took time to honor the life of officer wilson with a
special mass located at the church just a block from where the deadly shooting happened. the church collected more than $5,000 to be donated to the fund for officer wilson's two sons. and yesterday a small group held a rally for peace outside the gamestop store where officer wilson was killed. makes say they want to prevent violent crimes by creating social change to education and action. and you can use the nbc 10 app or go to nbc10.com to learn how people around the country are rallying to help officer wilson's family. a video gaming group raised hundreds of thousands of dollars after the story was posted this weekend. you can download it from the app store. happening today, deliberations in the madame
trial. pat winslow's lawyers say she's not a murderer after injecting a woman with silicone. and defense lawyers admitted that dzhokhar tsarnaev committed the crime but said his older brother masterminded the plot. and aaron hernandez's trial resumes today with a focus on dna evidence. they are looking into how the evidence was tested and how it matched up to hernandez's dna. the former nfl player is accused of dating oden lloyd. and shug night will begin in a court for attempted murder and hit-and-run charges after running over two men with his
pickup truck. he pleaded not guilty. we finally got up to 50 degrees yesterday. we're going to do it again today. but in between we have a little issue of a first alert. until 9:00 a.m. for the possibility of mud, and icing generally north of the turnpike. but it will be a nice afternoon. we are out of the potential danger sean zone here. the pocanos are seeing a little bit of snow but as you can see, this area is shrinking in central pennsylvania. that was the area that we saw reaching the ground. so north of there it is not and has not. and there's a little bit of a
flurry in the pocanos. these are the actual observations. 31 in allentown. 32 in quakertown. 32 in pottstown and coatsville. in some places it is kind of marginal with the temperature. northeast philly 37. doylestown a cold spot at 37 degrees. the temperatures are clearing and later in the morning we'll see the lower 50s. i'll have the seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. thank you, glenn. 6:39 and we'll update you on the
morning ride to work. >> jillian mele is watching the roadway for us. any problems out there? >> in and out of center city philadelphia, we have the vine street expressway with drivers heading out of the city on 76. in delaware county this is the blue route near macdade boulevard. no issues there. if you are traveling the northeast extension between quakertown and the mid-county interchange, it looks like 21 minutes in both directions. and the nationwide battle against pullying may be one in pennsylvania. senator bob casey is bringing his message to a local high school today of schools the believes needs a better anti-bullying program.
it is 6:44 with a live look over center city philadelphia. perhaps a little bit of rain for the morning commute. not much just maybe in some areas. but here's the good news to look forward to today. today we'll see sunny skies, mild temperatures in the 50s. glenn will give details in a few minutes. inches from drowning minutes from perhaps freezing to death. a baby girl in utah is found alive in the wreckage of a car crash that killed her mom. police say a fisherman spotted the wreckage in a river on saturday when he looked inside and saw the 18-month-old little girl alive in her car seat hanging upside down. the child's mother died at the scene and fire crews rushed the baby bo the hospital where she's in critical condition. the crash happened friday night in near freezing temperatures and as the little girl was in the wrecked car in the river it
was about 13 hours. and 6:45 today. hillary clinton is scheduled to speak at an event in new york highlighting opportunities for women. but in washington, d.c. she's at the center of a growing controversy over her e-mail. there's growing pressure for her to explain how and why she used a private e-mail account during her years of secretary of state. clinton turned over her e-mail to the government for review. right now it's unclear if she broke the law on preserving government record. clinton has yet to announce that she'll run for president next year. and happening today, president obama will unveil a new program to boost the training and hiring of high-tech workers across the country. sources say the president has gotten hundreds of companies and local governments to sign on to the program known as tech hire. the idea is to generate careers for software development and cyber security. and president obama will speak in washington, d.c. today. that's the gathering of about 2,000 city and local leaders from all across the country.
homeland security secretary jay johnson will also address the group. a march from selma to montgomery alabama, will happen marking the 50th anniversary for the historic march for racial equality. thousands of people were on the pettis bridge yesterday to remember the sacrifices made during the brutal confrontation known as bloody sunday. police used tear gas and beat many marchers on that day in 1965 as protesters brought about the voting rights act. but many say the journey is not over. >> i love to see everyone gather for a good cause. hopefully this will wake us up inside. >> selma is not in the past it's now for everybody here. everybody has their our personal selma, their own bridge to cross. >> many families commemorated the 50th anniversary of the brood march in selma.
cardinal egan died last thursday at 82. public visitation runs all afternoon followed by a vigil and funeral mass for the former archbishop that will be said tomorrow at st. patrick's. and happening today, camden leaders will hold the first in a series of community meetings designed to help the city's most struggling schools. the discussions will focus on overcoming challenges involving learning, enrollment and school facilities. mayor dana red and the school super independent will host meetings for the next four nights. pennsylvania senator bob casey will be in our area pushing for an anti-bullying bill inspired by school policies in bucks county. casey will visit the williamton high school later this morning where he's expected to hear local students and teachers give more information on the anti-bullying program. well, talk about a weekend
to never forget. >> some teens had fun mentoring at disney world and got to rub shoulders with one of nbc 10's biggest stars. two students from new jersey and one from philadelphia got to hit the magic kingdom this weekend with steve harvey. they hosted them for an educational program featuring workshops and speakers. officials selected 100 students from across the nation to take part in this. >> i want to think that the learning experience and really listening to the speakers because they do their struggle. instead of us going through the struggle, they can teach us how to work around our obstacles. >> and, of course, the inwe areith winners also got a lesson in having fun during their all-expenses paid tribute. and trying to fly around the world without a drop of fuel. the plane took off from abu dhabi. the plane is able to fly day and
night using solar cells in the wings and special batteries. two pilots take their controls and hope to return in june. now, 6:49 and time to go to new york for a look at what is coming up on the "today" show. >> we'll get a preview from matt lauer and savannah guthrie. good morning. >> good morning. i like the way you say i hope it returns in june yeah. fingers crossed. >> coming up on the show life-saving information in the wake of the frightening home explosions that were caught on camera. on rossen reports, what you need to know at the first whiff of gas. and carson goes one-on-one with madonna. why she says her stomach is in knots ahead of her new release and what it is like to have a daughter in college. and talking about playing the new queen in her show and turning 50 when we get started here this morning on "today." >> excellent. see you at 7:00 guys.
>> all right. well, we got up to 50 degrees yesterday. we're going to be in the 50s today. but at least for the next hour or two we'll have a first alert for the possibility of a little bit of icing in parts of the area. some light freezing rain on the surfaces. but that's all going to go away as the sun melts everything. 36 in philadelphia. it has not gotten to the freezing point. and no advisories in philadelphia or montgomery or chester county. or lower bucks county. it is farther to the north where there still could be a little bit of icing until 9:00 a.m. the area of radar continues to shrink here with a weak system. overall it's getting weaker. and that is good news. not many people are fond of freezing rain. and a little bit of light rain echoes in bucks county perhaps a few snow flurries up in the
pocanos, but things are looking a lot more optimistic than they were a couple houring as. so 32 in allentown and we do possible early icing to follow by clearing to let temperatures go up. the average high is 50 degrees this time of the year. it is not hard to get to 50 with a little sunshine. tuesday, a lot of clouds. i'll keep temperatures down a little bit. rain coming in later in the day and into the night. shifting down south into delaware on wednesday, some chillier weather for thursday and friday. and then a stronger system comes in friday night and into saturday. potential for some fairly heavy rain that may linger into sunday. and it's been a nice morning so far on the roads this
morning. >> let's find out if we can keep that going with jillian mele. >> it's a pretty average day, it really is. we do have a lot of the normal delays, so we are used to seeing that on 422. that's a live look at 422 eastbound at oaks. you can see drivers putting on brake lights. it's crawling along right now from route 29 down to route 23. and as drivers approach the pennsylvania turnpike still a little bit congested at the interchange. 76 is where we are seeing the lines of red and yellow, so we are dealing with volume on both directions of 76 nearby the conshohocken curve and near montgomery drive. as you can see, we are also getting yellow lights eastbound on 76 between the blue route and vine to take you 22 minutes. 20 minutes on the westbound side between those two points. and we continue to follow the breaking news we have been bringing you since 4:00 a.m. when we went on the air this morning. fire at a historic restaurant in new jersey. >> reporter: and chris, that's right. we are live in front of the sergeantsville inn. i'll tell you why a fire at this
minutes to show us what is lying ahead to the next few days. and if you are just getting used to daylight saving time hang in there. most of us will have our bodies adjust accordingly. if you are feeling groggy doctors say you'll be back to yourself in a day or two. most of us only get shorted 28 minutes as most of us get up a little later after the time change. and i'm katy zachry live in sergeantsville, new jersey. where this small town suffered a big loss. you're looking at it right now. this is the sergeantsville inn. the mayor says there's now a hole in the heart of this community. the inn went up in flames around 2:00 this morning and the fire is now out. but this is what it looked like at the height of it. dozens of firefighters from neighboring towns were called in. water had to be trucked in from outside sources. they worked on this fire hard. got it under control after a few
hours. now this inn has hosted george washington and other historic figures over the last three centuries. and now people from new york pennsylvania and other parts have made this historic inn and restaurant a destination. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the fire marshall is here waiting to go into the building, but right now it's too dangerous for him to enter with firefighters. the building will collapse inside. i'm told by the mayor they plan to rebuild. reporting live katy zachry "nbc 10 news." and i'm matt delucia live in camden with a family grateful this morning after getting out of this home unharmed. if you can believe it we are in the 400 block of line street where the front of this home came crashing down last night right into the second floor and there's still a saggy roof. the family had concerns over this home brewing over 12 years ever since the home next door was demolished.
we have been reaching out to camden officials this morning to figure out why this family was still able to live outside. fortunately, no injuries. for now, it's still quite a spectacle. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." and good morning as we approach 7:00 a little bit of delay there on the route 30 bypass eastbound at route 322. checking your drive times on the pennsylvania turnpike we do have a bit of a slowdown out there but not too bad between bensalem and valley forge, 23 minutes. well, we're starting the day off with a little bit of patchy freezing rain or even snow flurries in the pocanos. it's going to end up differently with 50 degrees and clearing later. tomorrow we have rain coming in later in the day, and then some chillier weather toward the end of the week and looks like rain for next weekend. but the average high temperature now is 50 degrees. and a 50-degree day feels like
-- >> to us it feels like the beach. >> 26 on friday. remember that? >> yeah. >> the "today" show is next. we are back for local updates in just minutes. . good morning. taking it to the streets. a third straight night over theed deadly police sheeting of an unarmed black teenager. we talk to the chief of police as that investigation moves forward and more protests are planned. not a word despite top democrats speaking out on the scandal. the former secretary of state remains quiet. is her silence sending the wrong message. unacceptable. a fraternity under fire after a video surfaces over members engaged in a racist chant. the chapter closed and