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ted greenberg is live in manchester township with our top story, ted. >> reporter: tonight we have learned the man who die inside the crash was not wearing a seat belt and it appears serious sun glare was a factor in this incident. one prompted a group of future cops to immediately try to save a life. >> i was worried about everything that was happening. >> police academy recruits thrust into a real life crisis today when this accident unfolded in their eyes. >> vincent and robert were among the recruits going on route 70 around 7:00 this morning one one of their cars rear-ended. that touched off a chain reaction crash including four vehicles. the man caught the collision was thrown from his car. the recruits found him on the
ground unconscious. >> we began to give chest compressions and at that point, i took over. >> i was there to help. my first reaction was there to help him and that's was my main goal. >> there were only minor injuries. soon manchester's officers and ems crews arrived but efforts to relive the 21 years old were not successful. >> this is about as real as it gets to what they're going to face everyday on the streets. >> today, they got an unexpected lesson in what it means to protect and serve. >> at the academy they teach you to be atte attentive to details and that's the most you can do. >> they are set to graduate next month and many will be starting
to work right away in jersey shore community. wez"áñ know the identity of man facing charges in a deadly hit-and-run crash in port richmond. police arrested 62 years old ramon morales at his home yesterday. 36 years old dunbar was riding a scooter at lehigh avenue. witnesses say a gray pontiac hit and dragged dunbar and kept ongoi ongoing. police found the vehicle matching the description from witnesses. he's charged of murder and voluntary manslaughter. after a four years delay. a roll out of the new key card this system. on june 13th, ten thousand key cards will be available. riders can use their debit or credit cards to put fare on
their cards. it is available june 13th. cosby accuser's wants the judge to wipe tout secrecy pact surrounding her 2006 settlement with the comedian. >> constant violated the pack by cooperating with officials who reopened her complaint last year. cosby filed a suit against constan with her mothertn='÷ an attorney. >> authorities did not pursuit the case at the time but prosecutors did charge cosby in december. cosby denied all the allegations. atlantic city made a partial payment to keep its public school systems from closing. the mayor tells us the city pays half of the nearly $8.5 million that they owed to the school.
the partial payment will keep schools opened for now. ticket city is on the verge of running money. now to your weather. a great day to get outside. plenty of people have been taking advantage of the nice weather. this the beginning o f a great weather weekend. >> our sheena parveen is here. before the chilly weekend, we'll see warm temperatures tonight. >> yes, we'll see chilly temperatures tonight because we still have the dry air still in place and the clear skies. that allows temperatures to drop yes, we have your neighborhood weather here. anywhere you live, we'll have the forecast for that area and current temperatures way more than we did before so you will be able to see your neighborhood and also if you have not noticed at the bottom of your screen of the seven-day forecast whether you are in pennsylvania or new jersey or lehigh valley or the shore. we have all the forecast for you. right now 65 degrees in
philadelphia. some spots are in the 50s and especially if you are along the shore. here is what we are talking about as far as neighborhood forecast. we have such a big temperature difference between shore point and philadelphia area and the lehigh valley, we are giving you a more specific forecast so we can show you those spots. ocean city and summer point at 52 degrees. 58 in wood vine and then we get closer to kay mate point coming in at 51 right now. if you are heading out tonight, a little cooler. north and west of philadelphia like allen town and quaker town, by 10:00 p.m. should be in the mid-40s. philadelphia around 50 degrees. by early tomorrow morning, 7:00 a.m., plenty of sunshine once again and redding will be around upper 30s and some areas could see a little bit of patchy fog. we'll take a closer look at your
forecast and a nice warm up. that's.comi that's coming up. right now at 5:00, the count down is on for legalization of medical marijuana. >> some entrepreneurs have already started making plans. george spencer has been looking into this today. what are the next steps ñiyrxhe? >> reporter: the next 18 months will be a freshmnzy preparing t. for business owners, the opportunity feels major. >> living in philadelphia, tree s teresa white is an entrepreneur. beginning sunday, she will launch the start up process for a new adventure of skyline th
therapeutic. >> white says her daughter struggled with pain and opening her eye to the possibility of medical marijuana. she's convinced after two years of q:é4éresearch, she's convinc a businesswoman that it presents an opportunity for business growth. >> it is so many different job opportunities. it changes the way we are looking at marijuana. >> this is a huge historic moment. >> marco davidson will be by the governor's side when he signs the legislation on sunday afternoon. it will allow residents to buy marijuana from a dispensary. davidson introduced the portion of the bill intended to broaden economic impact of the new industry of the under representative groups. >> for white, a number of
current patients may be come new customers treated in a new way. >> i am going to use the knowledge that we have with the patients offering more services >> reporter: it has been difficult for the department of health to really get ahead of this process because the legislation has evolved so many different times. the agency leaders told me this afternoon that her group will roll all of this out correctly, over rolling it out too quickly. reporting live, i am george spencer, abc 10 news. thanks george. delaware and new jersey already dispensed medical marijuana for a variety of ailment. women in new jersey could have a new option. women obtaining medical marijuana to treat cramps. this will benefit a woman's overall wellness. coming up, can medical marijuana really help people's pain.
we'll take a look at some products that's already in the market and if the science backs it out. 300 jobs up for grabs. it could be good news for workers in atlanta city who's only getting a paycheck once a month. a new walmart is opening this summer has full and part time jobs opening. >> good applicant base coming in and we have been able to give offers to a lot of the local community. >> if i do get hired, i am excited. >> some applicants tell us the walmart will revital the area. the number of airport jobs is soared in our area. phillies national has hundreds of opening. a job fair on april 19th. officials say more than 30 businesses need workers immediately for airlines and restaurants and karenacar renta
many more jobs. an incident sparked many controversies for many, it is hard to watch. >> i am going to do it. a principal paddles a five years old student as punishment. the boy's mother watched it happened while she says she has no other choice. >> please, secretary, please. >> gloves are off, hillary clinton and bernie sanders delivered jabs after jabs after their their latest debate. did anybody got a knock out? our political expert is next. >> lion on the loose that's in someone's backyard. how police is handling this wild situation next on nbc 10 news. this time in west philadelphia. look at this.
this is a groggy mountain lion is what looks like. >> the lion showed up outside a high school. the school obviously is put on lock lockdown. the dart caused the lion to dose off and crews were able to move the lion back to where he belongs. today, the clinton campaign announced she will hold a public event next wednesday. >> she visited the city just last week. >> she polk wispoke at the conv >> she polk as here.at the conv the nbc 10 count down clock shows there are just 11 days until voters go to the polls april 26th. last night, the bitter battle between clinton and her competitor bernie sanders only intensified. >> that's right the faceoff in
brooklyn ahead of the primaries on next tuesday. sanders and clinton ripped into each other's judgment and ready to be commander's chief. >> i question a judgment which voted for the war in iraq. >> i think you need to have the judgment on day one to be both president and commander in chief. >> i stood up again the behaviors of the bank when i was a senator. a senator. i called them outd< mortgage behavior. >> secretary clinton called them out. oh my goodness. they must have been crushed by this. >> this is a serious difference between us. >> what i want to start by saying, it is not a laughing matter. 90 people on average a day are killed or committed suicide or died from accidents from guns. >> back the forth for further analysis. let's turn to the campaign
group. he creates tv's and radio ads, thank you for being with us this afternoon. the fire works were going. you are saying it was not a good night. >> it was #kíxthursday's night t night to be sure. you can argue both side. certainly the parting loss is a whole. you have bernie sanders doing what is best when he's inspirational. last night he was cranky and mean spirited and he kind of dismissed some of his losses by saying well, those were not states with large african-american population. it is not going to help him expand. you had hillary clinton she still did not answer the question of why would she release her trips with paid talks to wall street. she did not do a lot to confront
bernie sanders supporters hey, this is why you should be at the front runner. it was a tough night for both of them. >> bernie did not win that state or come close, is the race over in your opinion? >> well, it is not over, he's not expected to win new york state but the reality is he's behind the delegate count by barack obama eight years ago. people don't drop out of the presidential race until they run out of money. there is no signs that bernie sanders is running out of money. i expect him to keep racing and keep running. to some extent he's runningé[ lt to win nomination. it makes sense that he wants a big microphone for his platform for as long as he could get it. >> the primaries the week after new york. we know we just heard clinton is going to be back in philadelphia
campaigning that was just announced this afternoon, do we expect bernie sanders to return, is it important that he returns? >> absolutely. i think he will definitely return. we don't know first of all what's going to happen in delaware. there is not a whole lot of polling in pennsylvania and philadelphia, those are expected to be places where secretary clinton is going to win. you will have both candidates come back and you will see a bunch of them a couple more times particularly after new york votes on tuesday. >> we'll see how much this heats up. we saw the fire works yesterday. we are in for it. jay jay, thank you for joining us. now, to your first alert weather, a little bit calmer. you asked for forecast that's specific to your neighborhood and we heard you. >> we are bringing in sheena parveen for your first alert weather, neighborhood. >> hey guys, no matter where you live, we have your forecast and current condition. we don't just have the seven-day
forecast for philadelphia, we have it no matter where you live whether if you are in pennsylvania or along the shore or the lehigh valley. you will see that continuously and that's the forecast that we update ourselves. your neighborhood forecast as we go through the weekend looking pretty good. here is a look at the current condition as well as many live cameras outside. we have philadelphia and the suburbs and pennsylvania and south jersey and lehigh valley. temperatures are mostly in the 60s, closer to the shore though, we are in the 50s and delaware for the rest of the evening. we'll see clear skies and temperatures cooling down quickly because of the clear skies and dry air. 9:00 tonight around 50 degrees in wilmington. >> a nice sunny start to your weekend. now for your weekend starting off in the morning, philadelphia is chilly and temperatures around 42 degrees. 37 degrees through the morning âã¡ã¡ip (t&hã¡hp &hc% there is a chance we could see some patchy fog right along the
shore. some areas could be closer to 40 degrees. lehigh valley mid-30s and patchy fog there. delaware morning, temperatures around the lower 40s. beautiful look outside, the weekend warming trend still in the forecast, it is going to continue. take a look at the radar, we are nice and dry. we don't have rain in the forecast until a week from today. now, that's also going to be giving us some high pollen levels. as we go through the next several days, we are going to continuing across the area, nice clear skies and staying very dry. that's going to lead to that nice warm up. the warming trend going into the week, here is what's going to happen. we'll see the jet stream lifting forward to the north. by monday we'll have a lot of warm air moving along the south. that weekend warm up is going to be nice across the area compared to last weekend. if you are in philadelphia and atlantic city and wilmington and redding, temperatures both days
will be quite warmer than what we had last week. you will notice it because last week and saturday, we had the rain and snow, we are not going to have that as we go into this weekend. it is going to be very nice. tomorrow forb9w! your neighbor forecast. in the lehigh valley and bethel ham. temperature in the mid-50s. it is going to be nice for saturday and sunday. we'll be around low 70s for much of the area. live look outside, it is nice this evening if you plan to heading out. beautiful, look at your shore forecast. it is cooler than areas like suburbs and philadelphia this weekend. we have continuous updates of your seven-day forecast no matter where you live. that's why it is such a beautiful day. >> that's why we are doing the neighborhood weather because such difference in temperatures and weather conditions no matter where you are. so we are showing you more specifics and you asked for it
like we mention. we are delivering that to you. it is a very nice change from here on out. we'll be specific of the seven-day forecast in the area. >> it is a perfect time to do this, too. spring is getting better and better. looking at that shot on shore, it is beautiful. >> i have to say, somebody was in the water. i don't know who but somebody is in the water. >> hopefully, they have a wet suit because the water is still chilly. people are looking forward to go to the shore as we start to warm up closer to summer. the pollen levels are high so we'll take a look at that coming up. >> sheena, thank you very much. >> speaking of which, you have been sneezing a lot lately? >> sheena will be taking a closer look at the pollens forecast and why your allergies can take a turn for the worst in the next few weeks. that's coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall
street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
>> so these, keith and rosemary, they're topical marijuana that goes on your skin of location and gel. the people that used them rel f relieved headaches and cramps. they don't go down deep enough. we'll take you tonight to behind the scenes of this manufacture that turns marijuana into these gel and location and we'll move over to a dispensary where these products are sold legally over the counter. ì% ñhere. what options do women have in our area when it comes to topical marijuana products? >> so it is interesting. you cannot ship products that has phd, which is the products that have marijuana that gets you high. at the federal level, this is still illegal.
in certain states like colorado and oregon, recreational marijuana is in fact legal. there are other properties in marijuana that has these product to make them relax. if ru looking,:;4 for somethingt has thc property, the property that gets you high but there is also property that you can use on your skin that are topical, you can ship it out of the state. >> thank you, morgan, live in new york. >> to see her full report, tuned into lester holt this evening at 6:30 right here on nbc 10. a lot of people are talking about this new divivideo. it is getting a lot of attention. >> it shows a child got paddled by his principal. it sparks the new debate of corporal punishment. also, next, all new, nbc 10
in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars
on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water.
i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us. let's dance it's sesame street live like you've never experienced it before leeeeeeet's dance! sesame street live let's dance playing liacouras center this weekend! tickets on sale now! this is nbc 10 news. >> have you seen this? a young mother accusing the school abusing her son because
they abused him using a paddle. >> it has led to a new debate of corporal punishment in school. >> we are going to do it. >> mommy, help me. >> this video viewed uy/d than one million times on social media is igniting a fire storm of controversy. a five years old child being disciplined by the principal, one hit with the paddle. >> it was emotionally devastating. i don't know how else to describe it snooch. >> the boy's mother said she pretended to text so she could record this video. she did not dispute her son did something wrong. >> they tried to catch him and he spit on him. >> according to the student and parent's handbook for jasper county school, corporal sq't is allowed for
conduct violations and including spitting. >> i am only going to do it one time unless you wiggle around. >> perez says she's been in a long run dispute with the principal over her son's attendance this year out 18 days. he's been sick but under be sentenced to jail. school officials called police when she took the paddle. >> she consented to one hit one time. >> the school district says legally they cannot comment on the specifics of this incident but corporal punishment is only used with parental consent. the district is investigating on this incident and looking into its policy. >> based on this video, there would not be probable cause for criminal prosecution of any add straig administrators. on social media, a strong reaction. one person writes they have no
right to do this. >> i feel like it is going to ruin his last few weeks of school. >> he hates school now. >> he does not want to go. >> we should point out corporal punishment is legal in georgia's schools. here is a look at the law in our region in pennsylvania and new jersey, corporal punishment is legal for parents but not allowed in schools. delaware was the first state to out law all corporal punishment in 2012. we asked people here what they thought of corporal punishment. >> we like you to chime in on í as well. post your thoughts on social media pages. more than 500 people have put in their comment on facebook. right now on the nbc 10 app, you can watch my interview with hospital's children. i spoke with her on corporal
punishment and the impact you can have on children and parents. we posted that interview on our website on www.nbcphilidelphia.com as well as our app. criminal justice reform advocates considering ways to p. ag keeping the public safe. they're looking at ways to get treatment rather than custody. a sunset candlelight vigil will honor victims of crime this weekend. it begins at 7:30 at smithville park in burlington county. a 5-k race starts at 5:00. it is part of national crime victims week. >> well, the?xv cherry blossomsy peaked early this year, the celebration will go on at the 6
arboretum. you can start with a walkthru t through the different varieties of the trees and there is a peace ceremony. flowers are blooming for a lot of people leading to the sniffing and sneezing. >> a lot of people like me. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist, sheena parveen forecasti9o and how it could at us with our allergieallergies. is probably out gieallergies. of control now as you notice those levels are higher. again, this is our new neighborhood weather set up of our seven-day forecast, still scrolling at the bottom of your screen for you, it will continue to do so no matter where you live. you will have a specific forecast to your neighborhood. take a look at the pollen levels dk5)áh$igh and
that's what is causing a lot of issues and mold and cedar is high, too. >> it indicates nice weather. when it is sunny and dry outside, the pollen levels are high. we get the rain eventually not until a week from today. that eventually does a lower those pollen levels. right now here is a look at your neighborhood temperatures, 69 degrees. &háhp &hc% here oni7n>w nbc 10.yn the jersey shore and the lehigh valley and delaware, we have specific looks at neighborhood temperatures. you live in the west, 63 degrees there and 68 degrees in summer ton. we have forecastsp mñ more specifics. we'll take a closer look at your weekend forecast and a nice big warm up that's straight ahead. >> looking forward to it.
don't miss nbc 10 issue this weekend when the candidates. ñ with jim that's sunday morning at 11:30 right after "meet the press." 'ñ host the debate with the attorney general, you can see more from that debate right now on nbc 10.com. south philly has baseball and basketball and football and hockey and soon they'll have soccer, too. coming up, how the city will take part in the new tournament and how you can get in on the action. narrator: looking out for wall street ceos -
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expensive. the school is hosting a red carpet glam. it is a free event where students can find dresses and suits to wear to the big dance. it is tonight at spring 8enlñga. >> the philadelphia antique show is opened this weekend. >> it features from arts and books from colonial time. tickets are $10. the show runs from sunday. a rare and life-threatening disease have brought families from doctors all over the world to philadelphia. this weekend, the children's hospital are hosting a conference on this event. it is a rare genetic dbráorder which the body secrets too much insulin and that can cause seizures and brain damage and possibly death. >> its goal is to really bring
up new conversations about new treatments and diagnoses, early diagnoses for children affected by this. >> the conference runs through sunday at chop. >> older women looking to lower their risk of dying from breast cancer may want to consider a low-fat diet. women past menopause whoogs sayn the diet a long-term are likely to survive the disease than those who don't. here is something different that you don't hear. one airline isx.3yx making it cr to fly and sheena is looking ahead for a beautiful weekend. >> yes, i have your neighborhood forecast for a nice warm up. i will show you which day you will expect temperatures near 80 degrees depending where you live. >> that's straight ahead. >> coming up next, at 6:00, the stars of the villanueva
basketball team is living in the national spotlight now. we'll take you inside their visit. for years, i was a laboratory chemist, developing drugs to fight deadly diseases. as a scientist, i know there's more that washington can do to help families. i'm running for congress to
protect planned parenthood funding so more women get cancer screenings and treatment... to pass a ban on fracking in the delaware river basin to preserve our clean water, and to always protect medicare and social security. i'm shaughnessy naughton and i approve this message. in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations,
all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us.
the people of boston are marching the anniversary of the the governor of massachusetts laid a wreath where one of the bombs went off. it killed two people and injured more than 260 others. this year's boston marathon will be run on monday. major league baseball and the nation are marking the anniversary of a forever change sports and society as a whole.
>> take me out to the ball game. ♪ >> on this day, jackie robinson broke the color barrier of baseball. >> david montgomery were there today's ceremony helps rededicating the baseball legends. every player and coach will wear robinson's number 42 as a tribute. >> this group is already looking forward to a flyers rebound tomorrow. nbc 10, the flyers may have lost game one against the capitals, there is still plenty of hockey to be played starting with game two tomorrow in dc.
here ais a live look, it is hosting an official watch party tomorrow, the puck drops at 7:00. you can watch the action on the 32 foot hd screen and you can pick up the stanley cup gear at the flyers' mobile store. today is typically the deadline but because it is an anticipation day of washington dc, it is now monday. dc, it is now monday deadline. because of patriots' day, taxpayers in massachusetts and maine have until tuesday to file their federal taxes. if you still need more time, you can request a six month extension but that's only for filing. you still have to pay what you owe. the fastest way to file through the free file link. you can request an extension through a paid tax preparer. flying delta just got a
the company is dropping its $25 fee to book flights with an agent over the phone and a $35 fee booking a flight at the airportízsp is now gone. >> online booking is cheaper for airlines than maintaining a call center. right now, let's get an update on your first alert weather. you wanted forecastl specific to your neighborhood. >> from now on, we'll have your first alert neighborhood weather, our meteorologist sheena parveen is here with more in front of a big wall. >> wrk7yes, a big interactive so we are able to show you your specific neighborhood. this is what we have done with the forecast now. it is a lot more specific, we have more than one seven days forecast now. take a look at the bottom of your screen, we have multiple forecast growing no matter where you live. we know temperatures and weather
vario varies across the area. we can be specific to you at home. this is one example right now of neighborhood weather. take a look at our suburbs north and west of philadelphia. we are looking at delaware and montgomery and bucks county, these are the all the temperatures we have to show you, hopefully you will see your neighborhood on the map if you live in this area. >> unionville at 64 degrees. we are looking across ppylñay%11ñ 63 degrees and collegeville close to 70 degrees. such a different temperature range across parts o f the area. 65 for washington and 63 degrees in warren ton and newton at 63. very comfortable across the area. a nice end to the week and plenty of sunshine and clear skies. that's going to allow another chilly night. temperatures dropping off
request i cannil quickly. we'll be down in the 30s again. there is a chance we'll see patchy fog if you are in the lehigh valley. into the week, we'll be warmer as we go into sunday and near 80 degrees as we go into monday. so a warmer weekend in the forecast for the area and a cherry blossom festival in fairmount park if you are heading out to that. pollen levels are very high. 64 saturday and 72 as we go into sunday. beautiful weekend and the warming trend is going to last into monday. the pollens like i mentioned is going to be high as we go boo the weekend or early next week. with the high pollen levels is an indication of how long we'll stay dry. we don't have rain in the forecast until a week from today believe it or not. here is a look at your weekend's forecast. tomorrow 72 on sunday and if you are in suburbs in pennsylvania, mid-60s on your saturday.
along a shore, though, different øe are doing forecast now with the cooler ng weather temperatures. the shore is going to be around upper 50s and mid-60s on sunday and for the weekend. phillies have a nice home stretch, too. plenty of dry air. perfect for the fans in the the stand as we go into the weekend. saturday, 61 degrees by game time and the phillies by sunday around 70 degrees, nice, dry air. into monday we'll be even warmer around philadelphia. >> monday closer to 70s. a live look outside if you are heading out on this friday evening. we have nice condition but look at the shore, this is where we want to be. temperatures obviously is not bathing suit weather or you know lounging on the beach type weather. rosemary, you mentioned earlier, people in the water. one guy in the water with a wet suit. a little too cold.
beautiful forecast from the shore shore. we'll see the temperatures range where ever you live. >> it is not just one anymore, we have taken the viewers' feedback and now we have it for every area. >> it is great, sheena, thank you very much. >> now, let's check in with lester holt. from nbc new york. >> good evening, what's going on i9z. >> we have back-to-back major earthquake in japan. a zoo keeper has been4vnfk 0 a we have major details. we'll tell you some swear by it of marijuana, we'll tell you all about it. we'll send it back to you. >> thank you very much. >> you got your cleats. that are all messy and in the
closet come where. well, get them out and ready. >> i will. >> philadelphia, leaders? why? we are bringing soccer in the city. how it will involve players all over the world and right here in phillies. >> coming up, why give chase of the exclusive, we'll look at why two police officers could place discipline after a fiery crash left the businessman dead.
a live look tonight at citizens bank park. come november it will be a sight of a soccer game for the first time. philadelphia is hosting its very own international soccer cup. >> the players are not professional athletes but everyday residents with a passion to bring this sports together. >> the mayor scored a goal today. >> as he called across the city 32 teams will play every year in philadelphia. >> each teamewy represents different communities. >> it is incredible that we are given this opportunity to bring people from multi andhh0h%uju
cultures. >> we may not speak the same language but you talk with your feet and it is fun. >> the mayor -- >> the philadelphia union is giving an assist. >> anything they need support wise and bringing this to life or anything, we'll help them. >> the final match takes place in november. it will be the first soccer game ever played at citizens ballpark. >> when i played soccer, all the soccer moms had foreign accents. >> they were from poland or germany or israel. >> the teams will have both men and women of all nationalities. >> who's going to win the cup? >> mexico, all the way. >> nbc 10 news. >> players could register in personcg'k at city hall through 16th.
> >> you are going to do it or what? >> oh, heck no. >> we'll be there to watch. >> nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. >> here is jacqueline and tim rose feel. >> two officers who chased the driver before he died in a crash. the officers pursuit may have been out of line. and a nice warm up going into your week, coming up, i have your neighborhood forecast. our new and improved weather forecast for you, i will show you that and the warmest day in ahead. >> plus, the wildcats are national super stars these days. the surprise visit in delaware county, next at 6:00.
all new at 6:00. an nbc 10 exclusive information tonight of a police chase ended upj2++p in a fiery crash that k a philadelphia baptiusinessman. >> now, they could face discipline. >> the surveillance video shows the car crash into a pole in north philadelphia last month. police say the driver was speeding despite attempts of two
police agencies to slow him ,n3whbiu(j one of those agencie were involved as all. i am tim rosenfield. >> i am jacqueline london. >> the questions investigators are dealing with tonight. >> this surveillance video captures what officers saw on march 9th. a 2014 infinity sedan speeding eastbound. moments later, it jumped a curb and hitting several things before crashing and bursting into flames. >> boom, it just blew up. >> the businessman died instantly. >> trying to get to the car but i could not because it was too hot, you know what i mean? he was already dead when he hit the wall. >> clearly speed was apart of the crash that result inside fatalities. no doubt. >> toxicology report will