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thousands run for cover after gunfire erupted at the annual zombicon halloween festival in ft. meyers, florida. one person dead and the shooter still on the loose. we will have more on the investigation coming up in a live report. a 2-year-old boy found barefoot and alone in love park finds safety in the arms of this police officer, and we will tell you about the toddler and what happened to his parents. you will definitely need a jacket when you head out. a little cloudy, but plenty of
sunshine today, however the dramatic drop in temperatures is sending a big chill across the region, and we will let you know how long it will go in the nbc10 news forecast. it's just after 9:00 on this sunday. we will get to the breaking news out of florida, but first let's check in with meteorologist, brittney shipp. brittney, i know you have your coat on this morning. >> yeah, and you have to bring out the ug boots. tomorrow will be colder than the morning we are having right now. we will see plenty of sunshine, but don't let that fool you. it's going to be cold today. we will see temperatures staying well below our average of 66 degrees, and our high today, right around 52. 43 in philadelphia, and 45 in washington township, and 39 in trenton, closer to allentown we pushed above freezing now, 38 degrees, and 39 in beach haven,
and 41 in millville and 42 in dover. we will see another round of freeze warnings and frost advisories go in effect at midnight tonight lasting until monday at 9:00 a.m., and temperatures ranging between 49 and 52 for the daytime highs. coming up, i am tracking colder temperatures as we head into monday morning, and also we will start to warm things back up. now to breaking news out of montgomery county. crews are working to distinguish a fire in upper dublin township. this is a shot from our camera in center city, and you can see off in the distance heavy smoke and that's where this fire is happening, all the way out in montgomery county. authorities tell us one person was taken to the hospital, and no word on that person's condition. we are going to continue to follow this breaking news and bring you updates. we do have a crew on the way to the fire, and you can also get the latest on the nbc10 app. now to that breaking news
out of ft. meyers, florida. here's what we know this morning. annual halloween festival turned into a real-life horror show after a shooting killed one man and injured several others. the shooter is still at large, and nbc10's monique braxton is live in the digital information center with the details. >> witnesses tell police they have shut down part of downtown ft. meyers where zombicon was under way. look at the video we have collected overnight while you were sleeping. it shows the chaotic scene. one witness says after shots rang out, people were running and screaming and police tell us one man was shot and killed just before midnight, but investigators are not sure why. four others injured are expected to recover, and zombicon is annual charity event where people dress up like zombies, and officials estimate 20,000 people were in the crowd.
organizers posted this message on the website, we are deeply saddened by news of what happened within the footprint of our event. we take the safety of our patrons seriously, and our prayers go out to the family members and the individuals involved in the incident. once again, individuals tell us police shut down part of downtown ft. meyers as they search for the suspect. we will continue to monitor the situation. in the digital operation center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> normally a quiet area there. thank you, monique. now news out of northeastern pennsylvania. authorities placed a walmart on lockdown after shooter started firing in the parking lot and he exchanged fire with responding officers and was hit, and nobody else was hurt, and he underwent
surgery and now faces a list of charges. investigators are in the process of trying to determine the motive in this case. this morning state officials are taking care of a 2-year-old boy who was found wondering barefoot around philadelphia's love park, and his parents called to report him missing shortly after he was found and according to police parents were sleeping in the park after being kicked out of their house on friday night, and the investigators tell us the child wondered off and nobody noticed him alone and barefoot and flagged down septa police officers, and no word on the possibility of charges in this case. chester county police are investigating the deaths of two people found shot inside of a van. police responded to the scene last night outside of coatesville. police are not releasing details about the victims, suspects or
motive, and the two counties are working together on this case. today a memorial service held for this man shot to death in a home invasion. tony harris was killed on friday night. three armed men stormed in through his unlocked front door, and the robbers shot harris after demanding cash he did not have. a man trying to kill his girlfriend wound up dead in a house fire. investigators say the man set fire to his own home along collingdale, and he set the fire and got trapped behind the door, and the girlfriend jumped out of a window to safety and was rescued from the roof by a neighbor. and then showing support for the men and women in blue. community members lined the
streets with police lives matter signs. law enforcement needs community support now more than ever. happening right now, philadelphia's aids funds is holding its annual 5k run and walk. participants got started around 7:30 this morning. runners and walkers are making a round trip along mlk drive, and that street will be closed until about 1:00 this afternoon. atlantic city marathon started at 8:00 this morning on the boardwalk at michigan avenue. drivers down the shore could expect delays on all of the roads in that area around the boardwalk between 9:00 this morning and 11:00, later on. still ahead, gop presidential frontrunner donald trump in a war of words with jeb bush after this comment.
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tornado and why it was moving so slowly. land sprout tornadoes are tornadoes without the super cell. we are going to see calm weather conditions today and tomorrow, but the big thing is how cold it's going to be today and heading into tomorrow morning, and that cold is going to stick around for the monday night football game at the linc. we can see a few clouds, but we well see mostly sunny skies for philadelphia and most of south jersey stretching down into the shore, and the cold air from canada is here to stay today and head into monday, and then we will see mild conditions returning. we are in the 40s this morning, 43 degrees in philadelphia, and low 40s in dover, and 45 degrees in wildwood. a closer look at the satellite
radar shows quiet conditions, and it's going to be on the cold side. more than 10 degrees below average for us with our daytime highs staying in the low 50s today. by 11:00 a.m., mid-40s and by 2:00, 51, and by 5:00 a.m., only 51 degrees. it's going to be a cold start for us on this sunday and colder temperatures expected for monday morning, and then i am tracking a chilly eagles forecast, and i'll have all the details coming up in my full 7-day in a few minutes. still ahead, a shelter for syrian refugees goes up in flames in sweden and investigators say it's the work of an arsonist. we will tell you how many tens of thousands of people were expected to arrive here this year. plus, word from the family of former nba star, lamar odom. what they are saying about his condition and whether or not he's still on life support.
new this morning, a slow-moving typhoon is over northeastern philippines. yesterday officials evacuated thousands of villagers who were in the path of the typhoon. there are no immediate reports of any injuries. new photos show a swedish migrant shelter burning out of control in what police calling a case of aggravated arson, and
the school was closed and was recently renovated for those coming from syria, and police have not made any arrests connected to the blaze. authorities in mexico are stepping up their search for drug lord, joaquin "el chapo" guzman. he escaped from prison this summer. officials from the prison and a pilot are charged with helping el chapo escape. marines in the meantime have installed checkpoints in the mountainous region and say troops are active in the area. lamar odom's family says they will not comment on his condition five days after he was found unconscious at a legal brothel in november. he was rushed to the hospital after being found face down at the brothel. all his publicist will say at this point is that the nba star woke up and spoke, and a source
close to khloe kardashian said he was able to say hello to her. authorities are look into the blood results in the coming days to see what exactly caused him to lose consciousness. now to decision 2016, the war of words between donald trump and jeb bush is heating up against, and it started on friday when trump hinted george w. bush was responsible for the 9/11 terror attacks. take a listen. we don't have that comment for you, but you did hear it just before we went to break, and it has touched off a battle on twitter. earlier this week jeb bush called trump pathetic, and trump replied, no, you are pathetic. hillary clinton took her
campaign to alabama yesterday, and later this week she will testify before a house committee on benghazi. she will be requested about the 2012 attack that killed the ambassador and three others. clinton could face another challenge if vice president, joe biden jumps into the race. this is video of the vice president at an event in wilmington for one of his grandchildren yesterday. also, last night, biden received a human rights award in new york. the time is 9:18, and time to check in on this week's wednesday's child. she's a bright girl filled with energy and looking to find a forever family to make all of her dreams come true. via sikahema introduces us to
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received the picture from a viewer, and it's a little difficult to see, and they are keeping many people away from the fire, but you do see flames coming through the building's windows, and we learned the fire started in the basement and spread all the way to the roof. we know one person was taken to the hospital, but no word on that person's condition. the fire is still not under control at this point. we do have a crew on the way to that scene, and we're going to continue to follow this breaking news and will bring you updates if they happen before the end of the newscast, and you can always get the latest on the nbc10 app. and now your nbc10 weather with meteorologist, brittney shipp. >> you probably feel it, and it's definitely a cold start to the morning and as we head into tomorrow we will see temperatures dropping down even more, so that will set us up for a chilly eagle's game as we head into tomorrow night. 38 degrees in allentown, and 40
degrees in atlantic city. the freeze advisory expired at 9:00 a.m., and another will go into effect tonight lasting until tomorrow. currently in the poconos, 31 degrees, and 42 degrees in dover, so not too bad of a start but definitely a lot cooler than we are used to and below average, and it's not just us, but virtually the entire northeast dealing with the cold air really taking a nosedive, and temperatures in atlanta, 49 degrees, and this cold air will stay over our region as we head through the rest of today, pushing through monday. won't be until tuesday we see the mild conditions returning, and the average for this time of year is 66 degrees, and head into today, we will be well below that average at 52, and take a look at tuesday, back above average and we will stay that way for a few days.
we just have to get through today and tomorrow, and definitely tomorrow morning, so a freeze warning goes back into effect, and also a frost advisory at midnight, and that will last until 9:00 a.m. on monday, so it will be a cold commute for you as you head to work tomorrow, and make sure you bundle up the kids. satellite radar shot shows clear conditions for us, and lots of sunshine expected as we go through the rest of the day. we expect to see a slight chance of stray showers, closer to 7:00 p.m., and it will be short-lived and that will give way to clear skies toenight and lots of sunshine tomorrow. temperatures ranging between the 40s, and we will see temperatures in philadelphia dropping down to 33. that's setting us up for a cold eagles' game as well. by monday, 8:30 p.m., we will
see temperatures around 45 degrees, and your 7-day forecast shows as we head into the next couple of days, we are going to stay cold today and tomorrow, but take a look at what happens as we head into tuesday and wednesday, temperatures recover nicely, 67 degrees as we head into tuesday, and by wednesday, back to the low 70s we go, so again, we definitely have to get through tomorrow morning, and that's going to be the coldest morning we have seen all season. >> good advice for parents taking their kids to the bus stop, make sure they have everything on before they head out the door. >> temperatures will be in the high 20s and the low 30s. very cold. >> feeling more like winter than fall. >> yeah. penn state won five straight games and all were at home but a tough test on the road to the number one team in the country, ohio state. were the buckeyes sleeping on
the knnittany lions? maybe a little bit. here is a highlight for penn state. a great effort to get into the end zone, but penn state loses 38-10, so they have been out scored their last two trips to ohio state, 101-24. take a look at this. michigan up two on michigan state, and the punter cannot handle the snap and it ends up in the hands of jalen watts jackson, and he returns it for a touchdown and time expires. look at the faces. michigan state stuns michigan, 27-23, and jalen who scored the touchdown dislocated his hip on the play and had to be taken to the hospital. temple matches the best start in school history at the linc. temple was only up one at the half, so the coach does his half-time speech on the field and the owls respond.
thomas, season highs with three touchdowns and 199 rushing yards and temple up by six, and then score again, and look at the trickery on the conversion. temple wins 30-16. they are 6-0 for the first time in 41 years. the eagles, tomorrow night going to be missing key players against the silence. nelson agholor is out, and kiko alonso and running back, ryan mattheus, questionable with a groin injury. catch eagles game day kickoff here at 10:00 a.m. i am john clark. enjoy your sunday. vince mazzeo-
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