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happened. the manhunt still under way. and the questions of whether another attack is in the works. tonight, the world is once again in mourning. >> within the last few hours, the state department issued a traveling warning for all u.s. citizens in europe. a manhunt continues for a third suspect linked to the airport bombings. right-hand side of the screen with the hat and the light-colored jacket. at least 31 people were killed and more than 200 injured in the atta attacks. >> massive crowds gather in brussels in solidarity, prayer and remembrance tonight. it's calm after a horrific storm. two explosions rocked the airport. a woman cowers clutching a child. another seen calling loved ones to say she is alive. fires erupt from the first explosions. at least 11 are killed. the survivors begin running.
>> everyone was in panic. we had to run. just because the situation was such -- yeah. it was -- everyone was scared. everyone run. >> reporter: minutes later -- another explosion rips through a subway. >> we felt a small blast of air and we heard some thudding in the distance. >> reporter: dozens flee through the distance along the tracks. bombs and at least 20 more people dead. more than 200 injured. sparking a massive search for three suspects caught on surveillance. tw on the left blew themselves up. authorities say the man on the right is still out there. another nail-filled bomb, chemical products and an isis flag and no suspect who ignited fear. >> difficult to take the train. but you must -- you must have the courage to take it because if you don't, then normal life,
you give the terrorists the chance to win the game and that -- we can't do this. >> president obama's ordered all american flags at half staff through saturday. he says that it's a sign the american people stand with the people of brussels. >> there is no specific threat to philadelphia or the united states but police aren't taking any chances. whether you're traveling through the air or on the rails, you will notice stepped up security. >> nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal has that part of the story and continuing live coverage at suburban station. >> reporter: extra attention ahead of the march madness tournament on thursday. lots of people taking septa to south philadelphia and many officers looking for suspicious unattended bags. on this tense day for all public transportation -- the sounds of classical music calming the halls at suburban station and a
heavy police presence with bomb-sniffing dogs putting rush hour ride earls at ease. >> we have to believe they're doing everything they can to keep us safe. >> reporter: more patrols ahead of the tournament this week. the big concern, unattended bags with possible explosives, transit police nationwide now sharing intelligence but so far no threats. >> we'll be more visible. and we are asking the public to be more aware. >> reporter: at philly international, flights to brussels canceled until friday. increased security here, too. this attack had been foreshadowed for weeks. juan garza in belgium passed through the same station bombed a few days ago. >> the moment we arrive on the train station, there were so security guys and, like, mainly with big guns. >> reporter: he says they could almost sense an attack coming. >> now that it happened, it
feels crazy for us. >> reporter: now law enforcement worldwide asking the public to keep their eyes wide open. >> if you see something suspicious and the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, we want to know. call 911 immediately. >> reporter: and one more note on the airports. american airlines telling us one of the first scheduled flights to brussels philadelphia sometime on friday. live at suburban station, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. landmarks lit up to honor the victims of the attacks. in paris, the eiffel tower bathed in light. in berlin, the brandenberg gate glowed. similar scene in new york city and 1 world trade center lit up lower manhattan. learning about the americans who survived the terror attacks, a former sixers star. we'll have those stories coming up in a few minutes.
turning now to decision 2016. all eyes are on the west coast tonight. >> that's where the presidential candidates are hoping to pick up some delegates in the evening's contest. here's a primary in arizona, a caucus in utah both parties and democratic caucus in idaho. we're still awaiting the results to come in from these contests. make sure you stay with us for updates. the presidential candidates were quick to react to the terror attacks in brussels. >> responses varied and varied greatly. hillary clinton called for a slow, steady response. while ted cruz said it's time to halt the syrian refugee program. >> it is time for us to implement serial you vetting and not allowing anyone in this country that we cannot vet to make sure that they are not radical islamic terrorism. >> responsibility of leaders to help people understand what can be done to allay their fears,
yes. i don't think we want to be inciting fears and playing to people's searches so that we turn against one another. >> both clinton and cruz agreed on one thing -- attacking donald trump on foreign policy. >> voters in our area will finally have their say in the election beginning next month. voters in pennsylvania and delaware go to the polls april 26th and new jersey voters cast their ballots june 7th. hillary for pennsylvania supporters hard at work for the candidate. nbc 10 and society hill, a phone bank to get the word out about clinton. her opponent bernie sanders is already setting up shop in pennsylvania. his campaign opened a new headquarters in scranton. it's sanders first office in the state. to this now, president obama wrapped up his historic trip to cuba with a last sitdown with cuban leader castro. president obama maintained the schedule while receiving constant updates on brussels. he and castro batched a baseball
game together. earlier in the day, president obama addressed the cuban people in an unprecedented live speech acknowledging the country's political differences and stressed any change in their relationship must begin with the people. >> believe in the cuban people. this is not just a policy of normalizing relations with the cuban government. the united states of america's normalizing relations with the cuban people. >> president obama left cuba for a two-day trip to argentina. he is the first u.s. president to visit the country in more than two decades. turning to the weather and tonight's night to hit the skate park. nbc 10 where we found skaters enjoying the mild temperatures. looks like mother nature pulling a fun trick of her own. seems like. the ice skating videos not long ago to the skate borders out there. quickly, the change in
temperatures, how fast that happens. >> we wanted the warm temperatures. let's bring in glenn "hurricane" schwartz. tracking a nice warm-up for us? >> yes. it is not that cold this time of night. 50 degrees out there and 10 to 15 degrees warmer than we were at this time last night and we have jumped quite a bit in the temperature department from sunday. 43-degree high. it snowed at night. 51 degrees yesterday. 58 for the high today. 70 degrees tomorrow, 73 degrees on thursday. we'll see how long that warm spell lasts. if it's going to last through the easter weekend and see rain with the 7-day in a few minutes. we are following breaking news out of west philadelphia. police say a 3-year-old girl rushed to the hospital after she was found crewing on a packet of crack cocaine at a day care this
morning. it happened at the works of learning early day care. the girl tested positive for the drug tonight and unclear where she got it from. no one is charged at this point. oh [ bleep ]. the easter bunny. oh, the easter bunny throwing hands. >> you heard that right. an update on the bunny brawl at a north jersey man. the men in the fight made the first appearances in court today. police say a father began attacking the man playing the easter bunny at the newport center mall sunday night. it happened after the man's 1-year-old daughter fell from a chair while getting the photo taken. new information about a police standoff in north philadelphia. police say the s.w.a.t. team arrested a homicide suspect on the run from south carolina. officers say u.s. marshals tracked him to a home near 24th and clifford street. no word on the suspect's identity. the aclu says it's prepared to level sanctions against the
city of philadelphia in federal court that's if the police force doesn't drop the stop and frisk practices. a report founds racial bias in the department's practices. this comes despite a reform demand from the feds years ago. first half of last year, made without required reasonable cause. african-americans accounted for 69% of all stops and 57% of those frisks. >> they see us. you know, they're thinking we're somebody else we're not. you know? we're, you know, as you can say productive citizens of society. >> police commissioner ross says there will be no audits and more accountability for the practice. the faces of terror. these are some of the pictures taken as the world struggles to understand yet another attack. next, the americans who
nbc 10 with developments on the islamic group claiming responsibility for the deadly terror attacks in belgium. isis promising dark days for countries allied against the islamic state. belgian tv reporting a cab driver told police he picked up three men and dropped them off at the airport and later led police to the house where explosive materials were found. three connecticut college students are safe tonight. >> they barely escaped the explosions in brussels. it shows laren and kate and
monica running through the smoke-filled terminal. the students were at the airport waiting to board a flight to london when the bombs went off. they described the moment of impact and how they managed to make it out safely. >> it was like a fire explosion. it shook the floor. >> can you please, please, please take it anywhere not near the airport? like, we are desperate. we don't want to be here. anywhere is safer than here. and he said, yeah, yeah, yeah. get in. >> the students made their way to the u.s. embassy. former sixers center and nba player mutombo was at the airport this morning and he was not hurt. he posted on the facebook page thank you, everyone, i am safe here. god is good. count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage of the terror in bruce sels. we are posting constant updates on the nbc 10 app as soon as new
information comes in. new at 11:00, darby fire will continue to provide service. this after a vote from the borough tonight. they were threatening to suspend the service. the colwyn fire department is out of service now for months. it's a center city building known for the 45-foot tall clothes pin sculpture in the front plaza and now you can buy it. they're up for sale, located at 15th and market streets. the complex last sold in 2002. right now, more than 90% of the building is being leased by tenants. south philly keep feeling the burn. after all. city inspectors said they made a mistake with a violation to the people behind this bernie sanders mural. it stands at 22nd and katherine
streets. inspectors called it a painted ad and since there was no permit, the mural had to be removed but now the department of licenses and inspections says the mural is political speech so no permit is required. sarah palin is set to return to the small screen and she will have a gavel. she's signed a deal to shoot a pilot for reality courtroom tv show. she will serve as a tv judge, mediating and deciding cases brought before her fictional court. this is not palin's first time doing reality tv. she starred in "sarah palin's alaska" a few years ago. teachers in philadelphia, you got a chance to find out how to lock down a spot. superintendent held a teacher information center at district headquarters in center city. the doctor says the district's plans to hire nearly 800 teachers for the school year with the goal of schools fully
staffed by the end of june. ♪ a concert of excellence. nbc 10 at the kimmel center and hundreds of students from archdiocese and schools performed tonight. eight ensembles in the concert of music from a variety of genres including classical, jazz and pop. the concert of excellence held annually since 1994. >> cool thing to play at the kimmel center. >> incredible for them. music to our ears. >> just like 70s, right? you were going that direction. let's go over to glenn "hurricane" schwartz. looking forward to it, glenn. >> definitely coming. you're going to notice that tomorrow. two nights ago, it was snowing here. and now we're talking about 70 degrees tomorrow. we have a big warm-up. that's for sure. at least a couple of days of near 70-degree temperatures and tracking showers before the end of the week but the easter
weekend looking pretty good. and definitely warm side for easter sunday. the flag's not blowing as hard as it was earlier. we had gusty southwest winds. now 8 miles per hour. it's 50 degrees chas pretty high temperature for this time of night at this time of the year. and upper 40s much of the rest of the area. 46 in mt. holly. one of the cooler spots, you can see it's 48 degrees at atlantic city and millville. and also in wilmington. so we're going to have a pretty high base to start from during the day tomorrow. as you can see, the lowest we'll go is about 46 degrees and look at that. by 11:00 a.m., already up to 60. so we are going to see the temperature jump tomorrow morning when the sun comes out. look at the temperatures. back to the west. it's so warm back here. it has to get warm. in our part of the country, the air's coming right from that direction. got well into the 70s there
during the day today. we've got some clouds moving in from the west and it's still dry and it's going to stay dry tomorrow and in to the day thursday. some of these showers could affect us by thursday night. so as we go through the night, you can see pretty warm start to the day. by afternoon, we are talking about temperatures near 70 but not right at the beaches. new jersey, atlantic city, look at that. 48 degrees with the wind coming in off that colder ocean. so don't go walking on the boardwalk expecting 70 degrees tomorrow. and then on thursday, it's another warm start. and look how warm it gets there. into the low 70s once again. not that warm. at the shore. and there are the should recalls may be coming in as early as thursday night and friday morning. not as cold as last night. 47 for the low. 39 north and west and during the day tomorrow a lot of sunshine. some high clouds and much warmer than today.
highs near 70 degrees. and 73 degrees for a high thursday. some showers thursday night into friday morning. with a cold front and nothing to get that cold. saturday's a pretty nice, pleasant sunny day and easter sunday is even warmer. well into the 60s. definitely dry in the morning. probably dry in the afternoon. best chance of showers sunday night and monday. up next, jeffrey lowry talks about what the chip kelly experiment cost the eagles and the flyers a chance to move into a playoff spot tonight with a win over the blue jackets. highlights coming up next.
hey, danny with you once again. are the flyers playoff bound? they had a chance to secure a spot and visiting the blue jackets. 2-1. final second. atkinson. it's 2-2 columbus scores two empty net goals in the final 70 seconds. go to overtime. gostisbehere. the diving play to keep the puck in. wide open wayne simmonds in front. brof ski says, no. columbus up in the shootout. has to score and he does it. flyers waste a point and the 3-2 loss. >> we gave away the extra point there. that's a real disappointing thing to happen. >> big games coming up here on the road so we have to put it behind us. learn from this and when you have a lead, you have to find a way to hold the lead. wings need to beat the
lightning the stay ahead of the flyers. didn't happen. stamkos banks one in off the defender. tampa wins. they're tied for the second wild card spot. to football now. the chip kelly experiment did not go as planned for the eagles but today jeffrey lowry said the cost of the experiment wasn't very high. >> the expense of a lesson is just time. it is not money. it is, you know, we're all about wanting to win big. it is really about winning championships for philadelphia so we lost some time. we didn't lose in the classic way of expense. it was a time expense. the cats and canes doing battle soon. villanova with a warm sendoff as they depart for thursday. miami, the 3 seed. the hurricanes defeated buffalo and wichita state in the first two rounds. one final note to pass away.
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