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tonight at 11:00, children hit by drivers who didn't stop. who accidents in two parts of philadelphia. >> something has to be done, there is just no consequences. >> tonight surveillance video is providing crucial crews that could help find the drivers responsible. good evening i'm jim rosenfield. those accidented happened just 30 minutes apart. in kensington where a mother was hit with her son in a car cease.
in kingsessing, the child did not live. randy gyllenhaal is live at that scene and you have a picture of the car police are looking for? >> yes, they were able to get surveillance fid owe from the chinese restaurant across the street. we have a screen shot of the vehicle in question. >> witnesses say that the boy was carrying a small toy, an action figure. surveillance video shows this black suv on the right side of the screen. the driver hits the boy, throws
him 20 feet and then runs over him. bystanders rushed to help as the driver fled. >> he was so little so it was very hard to watch. >> they're looking for a black suv, maybe a ford edge with a female driver behind the wheel. >> the driver left the scene north. >> witnesses say the child lived right here in the neighborhood. his mother came to the scene minutes after the accident. >> it was terrible she was crying, crying the baby's name. something i would never want anybody to go through. >> now that 4-year-old boy was transported to the children's hospital of philadelphia. he died about 7:00 tonight. anyone with information on the black suv or the driver is asked to call police. randy gyllenhaal nbc 10 news.
ae we told you about this accident that sent a young mother and her son to the hospital. police say the mom was carrying the child has she crossed masher street. this surveillance video shows what they believe may be a newer model white nissan maxima driving away from the scene. >> i just want to say if you're out there and you know you did this, you should step up. >> investigators tell us they will pull security footage for from cameras at the scene. you will not -- >> new at 11:00, a political battle turns into a street fight. police had to break up this heated argument after a government meeting in colwyn. we were the first to show you the chaos unfolding.
denise is live in colwyn tonight where there is already signs of change. >> yes, a locksmith came and changed the locks to send the message that she is done. >> the chaos spilled outside on to the street. yelling matches involved paula proun, browne herself and anyone else who saw fit to speak out. >> you know. >> it is absurd for this tiny town that we are to have this much angst to to carry on. >> it is following this heating council meeting when the council fired brown. they emerged from a closed door executive meeting tonight and
said no comment. >> the new council president says the decision to fire brown will not change. >> that speaks volumes that they are not competent enough to run a government. the governor needs to come down here, someone needs to come down here. >> the council president authorized for the locks on the hall to be changed. brown is concerned about the measured taken to keep her out when she questioned their spending. >> the council president denies the allegations. police have threatened to arrest her if she tries to get into the building. live from colwyn nbc 10 news.
to the weather now and a mild might in fairmount park where these people were walking their dog, but as you can tell, look on the left of your screens, change is in the air. it could bring some of us a messy morning commute. sheena will everyone see the rain or just some of us. >> i think everyone jim, but it depends on the time of day. the further south you are the more potential you have for seeing more rain during the day. we are try but we have increasing clouds. this is expected to move in early tomorrow morning. you see it is getting closer. it is mostly on the light side. here is what it will look like early tomorrow morning. the early morning hours, scattered showered areas north and west even in the philadelphia region. if you're in new jersey and
delaware temperatures around 60 degrees. scattered in the morning. wilmington to trenton near i 95. rain around for your morning commute, but through the afternoon some of the rain will get heavyier and it will be shifting south. in about an hour from now, you can expect some closures on the vine street expressway. crews are set to begin a four-year $65 million bridge replacement project. they will replace seven structurally deficient bridges. and expect closures from just after midnight until 5:00 a.m. in week. to see a complete list of closures download the nbc 10 app. new at 11:00, a truck
crashes through the atlantic city board walk. no one was hurt. >> also new at 11:00, a plane made an emergency landing in seattle because a ramp worker fell asleep in the cargo hold of that plane shortly after taking off, the captain heard a loud banging under the alaska airlines plane. a ramp agent was found in the cargo hold that is pressurized and temperature controlled. he was sent to the hospital but has since been released. the first term republican declared himself a new generation candidate. he talked about his humble
beginnings working as a bartender. and he also contrasted himself with potential rivals hillary clinton and jeb bush. he said we need new leaders to bring back a climate of opportunity. >> before us now is the opportunity to author the greatest chapter get in the amazing story of america. but we can't do that by going back to the leaders and ideas of the past. we must change the decisions we are making by changing the people who are making them. >> rubio is the third republican due to declare his candidacy. he joins former first term senators rand paul of texas. chris christie has not thrown his hat into the ring just yet. he says he will make a decision by late spring or early summer. >> hillary clinton hit the road after announcing her run yesterday. she in iowa tonight after a low
key trip. this photo of her at a chipotle has also made the rounds. she will make about appearance at a community college in iowa. we spoke to chris kunz about whether or not he will support her. skb if she were the nominee of the democratic party, she would have my support. >> president obama will not formally endorse clinton any time soon. vice president biden is considered a possible contender. >> from our jersey shore bureau now, police arrested to when involvemented in a struck stealing spree. they arrested steven rodriguez and daniel santos had.
rodriguez was driving a stolen truck when he crashed into five vehicles and a fence. >> the person who was driving didn't know thousand drive a drug with a trailer. he came in and did the damage and took off. >> it was part of a three-week truck stealing spree. the suspects broke into a lumber supply business. >> two generators are expected to arrive at the revel casino in atlantic city tomorrow. the new owner wants the power back on so pipes won't burg and firefighters have water if there is a fire. we have new details in the kidnapping of a jewelry store worker.
atf agents arrested khayree gay over the weekend. detectives belief that he and two other men were at the center city parking garage on the same day. they say they put a stun gun on her and tried to get information on the jewelry store where she worked. showers for your morning rush, then heavy rain and a chance for flooding. i'm tracking when the worst of the storm will hit and when we will dry out. >> we're months away from the pope's visit to philadelphia. new tonight, concerns about the trip and concerns for a south jersey family being ordered to give thousands of dollars in aide back to the state. and city lawmakers pushing bars to serve drinks well after 2:00 a.m.
new at 11:00, you know the last call for control is 2:00 a.m. but some lawmakers want to extend it to 4:00 a.m. it would allow businesses to apply for a permit to stay up later. they're far away from neighborhoods like the sports complex. they would have to go through the state house and be signed by the governor. >> from our south jersey bureau police will show off their new body cameras. the fist police agency at a new jersey college or university to use those devices at rowan university. all officers have been trained on the commitment. they met with campus student groups to discuss the program. >> we're now just over five months away from the pope.
i sat down with the man that will be the official host of the pope while he is here. >> almost every day there is aday when i'm holding my breath. >> drawing crowds of two million people, jeff puts security and transportation at the top of his biggest concerns. >> my biggest worry is getting people from here to there in a timely fashion. >> they assure us that experts in both fields are on it. the head of the area's roman catholics admittedly stuped by sol of the less glamorous associated cottssts. >> you see the biller if the port-a-potties, for example. >> which is how much? >> we're looking about maybe
$1.2 million. and he will make his way through a crowd on saturday and sunday. >> i get to ride in the pope mobile with him. that's how closely be-- close i will be to the situation. i'm his host that's a great privilege. >> he also hopes to treat him to a few philly firsts. >> we'll have cheesesteaks available, and maybe some pretzels and other things if he will eat it i don't know. >> much depends on avoiding repetition the places that he visits before he gets to
philadelphia new york, and washington dc. >> if i were not involved i would stay home and watch it on television. >> on channel 10 of course? >> why not. >> and he confirmed that the hope will be staying with him in lower marion township. tonight a jersey shore cup is -- couple is bigging in after being instructed to return money. their home is in bass river township. burlington is not. next month henry and lillian gomez will go to court to fight a state order to repay the money. the gomez family says they spent the money on repairs long ago
and can only hope the courts will make an exception. the department takes accident to recover grant money rewarded in error in accordance with federal guideline. we have a quick correction from an earlier story, the truck that went through the boardwalk was in wild wood. >> a beautiful start to the week. temperatures in the mid 70s. it will be different tomorrow. rain for the morning commute so we will be starting with early rain showers. i think the heaviest rain will be south of philadelphia. temperatures though stay nice as we go through the rest of the week. tomorrow will be about ten degrees cooler than today but that will be because of the cloud cover and rain too. if you're north and west of
philadelphia poconos, suburbs north and west, you will be in the mid 50s at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. philadelphia area will be 57 degrees with a chance of showers. so either way, the rain is making it's way here right now. currently we're dry. really we won't start to see the rain until around sunrise tomorrow if is all moving in this direction a lot of moisture has to get through before we clear out. there you see a line of rain that will move through starting early in the morning. as we get closer to 6:00 7:00 or 8:00 in the morning. across i-95 to wilmington and trenton. by noon that line of rain starts to shift to the south. still around philadelphia by
lunchtime and then making it's way into south jersey and delaware. delaware in extreme south jersey may be getting a brunt of some of the run. lasting through 10:00 p.m. and starting to clear out. so we'll see more sunshine, too. future rainfall looks at half an inp or less to i-93. they could be seeing an inch to an inch and a half which is maybe two inches and localized flooding with that rain. clouds increasing. temperatures mid to low 50s in the morning. tomorrow rain starting early and farther south in the around e afternoon. then we go into your wednesday, more sunshine moves in. thursday cooler. a chance of showers returning
but ncw taking over. a huge game for him the sixers had 30 turnovers and he finishes with 30 points. the bucks win 107-97. phillys shut out for the second time this season today. look at the mets fans trying to throw their beer there. stay classy. and that is the only run he gave up. look at that catch by vrivar. ryan and chase are really
struggling. >> it sucks. you know we obviously the to get off to a better start. and we're six or seven games in and i think it will turn around. >> we hope. they say either him or the coach have to go. he said he came here to play for one coach, and then everything changed. he wants to play at center. >> he has his views and obviously he is -- he showed that. >> he played center most of his career. i tried him there a little last year, well quite a bit last year, more last year than this year, but you know we don't see eye to eye there. >> up with of them probably won't be here next year.
jim kenney. son of a firefighter. first in his family to go to college. he's been councilman at-large, representing the whole city. a progressive voice who'll be a mayor for our neighborhoods. bringing philadelphia together... expanding pre-kindergarten improving our schools... ...and partnering with businesses, community colleges and universities to create jobs jim kenny, the block by block mayor we need to move philadelphia ahead.