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been lining up for hours, and what the crowd looks like, take a look at this. i'm told there's several thousands people that packed this gymnasium here. as you can see, it's a college campus. there's a lot of young people here, students i talked to just wanted to come to see what a presidential campaign is like. others have the hats, the sures, and they are all geared up supporting trump, and we are waiting for him to get on stage here, and one thing we are well guarantee he'll mention tonight, efrtss by two other republicans to keep him from getting enough delegates for the nomination. >> not giving up. >> all right. >> reporter: kasich getting through penn roez diner as the campaign kicks into a new phase of collaboration. he's agreeing to back you have indiana for cruz and cruz clears a path for him in new mexico, a strategy to prevent trump from
clenching the nomination. >> what convinced you to do this now? >> my team met with the cruz people, made a rengs. that's fair. in some places we have not spent the resources. >> reporter: surrounded by reporterers eating breakfast, he down played the news against the race today. >> so what? what's the big deal? >> oh, did you see the news today? did you see where they banned together, where they collude? you know, it's collusion. >> reporter: trump jumping on the news as evidence of a rigged system. >> if you collude in business or you collude in the stock market, they put you in jail. >> reporter: lined up to see him in westchester, supporters like janet seeds don't like it either. >> i think that sucks. >> reporter: why? >> because we're playing third world politics here. >> reporter: kasich supporters embrace the idea. >> what do you think about the coordination? >> great idea. i -- i do not like donald trump. >> reporter: folks, a lot of
people in the room disagreeing with that. donald trump just coming on stage now here at westchester university. the crowd just got a little louder as he walked out here, and he is now beginning his speech to the supporters here. they have been waiting for hours to see him. we'll be back at 5:00 with more on what he had to say. for now, nbc 10 news. >> thanks. see you at 5:00. ted cruz is looking past pennsylvania and delaware to focus on indiana where he is today. it is part of the new alliance with john kasich. decision 2016 continues now with the democratic presidential hopefuls. >> both in the area today as well. what did they say? >> reporter: in the final hours before pennsylvania and demz voters head to the polls, clinton and sanders drive home the message and their strategy to create jobs for americans to pave the way for affordable college and secure equal pay for
women. inside an intimate, but packed crowd at world cafe live at the queen in wilmington -- >> i'm particularly focused on helping small businesses that are started by and run by young people, minorities, and women. >> reporter: hillary clinton promised the delaware valley she's been listening. >> people are having a hard time. most americans have not gotten a raise in 15 years. >> reporter: in hartford, connecticut, ahead the stop in pittsburgh this afternoon, bernie sanders vowed to double what he calls america's starvation wage from $5 to 15, getting to the route why america's middle class is working harder than any other society in the world, but struggling and on the decline. >> millions and millions of people will be able to live with a shred of dignity. people will be able to pay their
electric bills, phone bills. people will be able to go to the movies and out to eat. >> i have a plan for more good jobs, infrastructure jobs, our roads, bridges, tunnels, ports, our airports, our water systems. and these are good jobs that can't be exported. they got to be done right here in delaware and across america. >> what this campaign is largely about is telling the billionaire class and corporate america and wall street that they will not continue to control the political system of this country or our economy. >> reporter: now, hillary clinton also expressed sadness for a wilmington student who died inside her high school last week on thursday. clinton and sanders are campaigning in philadelphia tonight with rallies at city hall, as well as back-to-back town halls tonight at the national constitution center. in the digital operations center, nbc 10 news.
>> all right, another big name in the area today, vice president joe biden made an appearance in philadelphia, but not on behalf of the presidential candidate, but stopped by the may fair diner to push votes for democratic senate candida candidate. nbc 10 spoke to the vice president in a one-on-one interview in the past hour. mr. biden cast his ballot early for tomorrow's primary, has not endorsed candidate for president. today, he was asked his comments praising democratic candidate sanders' big ideas indicated how he's leaning. >> reporter: did that affect your vote in the delaware primary? >> i also praised hillary. two weeks ago, biden endorsed hillary. what i say is what i believe. >> more with that interview with the vice president including how he feels about the decision not to run for president coming up at 6:00. nbc 10 is your place for election night coverage. keep it right here for live
updates on big races tomorrow. the nbc10.com team is providing you behind the scenes live streams from our newsroom and nbc 10 news at 11 is where to turn for results as they come in. track the numbers as they come in on the nbc10 app. >> now your first alert weather. heating up against outside. a live look from the skycam, not quite beach weather yet, but, boy, does it look good. getting closer. warmer tomorrow. could see rain on election day. >> our meteorologist has a first look at the forecast, glen? >> warm weather today. dry weather, a lot of sunshine, up to 75 degrees in philadelphia now, and also 75, lehigh valley, delaware, cooler, pennsylvania suburbs, 71. new jersey at 74 degrees. we see temperatures in the lehigh valley that are getting up there, bethlehem up to 76.
white hall 76. blandon 74 degrees. it's warm for this time of the year. nothing of any consequence other than high thin clouds in the area now. we don't have any showers that are approaching at least in the short term, but towards morning, then we have more of a threat. in philadelphia, we're at 74 at 6:00. look how warm it is overnight, 60 degrees by 6:00 a.m. that is not a chilly night. pennsylvania suburbs, 55 degrees by 6:00 a.m. that's not very cold either. lehigh valley, 53 degrees. could be a shower. this is why we give you neighborhood weather. some places could have showers, other places are generally dry, but delaware, chance of a shower, new jersey, and jersey shore is dry, but mild. i have more on the specific timing of that rain for election
day coming up in just a few minutes. >> all right, glen. plan around the rain as you head out to the polls tomorrow with the nbc 10 app. you can get live radar and track the showers right to your neighborhood. new information in the case of the man gunned down in front of the political candidate who was out meeting voters in philadelphia. police say the victim's friend murpded a few hours later. we are live in east mount arie with more. what have you learned? >> reporter: tracy, police resources and activists in the area say they were aware of the dispute between young men in their community and another, but this deadly recent violence is shocking. we are working very closely with law enforcement to ensure that we assist them in any and every way possible and that we can protect our community from this kind of violence. >> reporter: council personal
parker met us steps away from where the 23-year-old was killed sunday afternoon. the political candidate saw the gunman open fire and stand over the victim and fire again. >> i asked my colleague to get his information, and moments after, we got his information, he was shot in the head. i don't wish that on anyone. >> reporter: investigators tell us four hours later, 18-year-old elijah phraser ran into the takeout, and after he was shot in the back, he collapsed, a frightened employee rushed the children to the rear. >> we just heard a shock, just scared. i called him, go in the back. >> reporter: investigators say cherry and frasier are friends, part of a neighborhood gang or group feuding with another. >> what we know is there's been an ongoing dispute between two groups of young men, one who lives in that area, one that lives in the logan area. >> reporter: now, police also tell us a 17-year-old was shot
while standing outside, and tonight he's listed in stable condition. police say they do need the public's help. they also admit there is a resurgence of gang activity in several communities. live for now outside police headquarters, monique braxton. >> we have an update, a vigil held tonight to remember the man killed during a church service. an autopsy was performed on the victim. police say he was shot in the chest yesterday at the keystone fellowship church in north wales in a fight with another church member. the montgomery teern says the shooting suspect is cooperating with the police. the suspect's name has not been released. well, trouble could be brewing for the philadelphia eagles. a new espn report says sam bradford wants out and demanding to be traded claiming that he's
upset about the trade last week that gives them second pick to draft another quarterback. >> uh-oh. comcast sports says john clark spoke to the general manager about that report. >> howie, thank you for joining us. i have to does, has sam bradford informed you guys he wants to be traded? >> i have to reiterate support for sam bradford, back to the statements of last week, and sam is our starting quarterback. his agent and sam know how we feel about him. the workouts are voluntary, and we look forward to seeing sam again in the near future. >> are you worried he will not show up to be the quarterback of the eagles? >> no. i think you talk about sam, what a pro he is. him and his agent, we've worked well together for a long period of time. he loves to play the game. we look forward to seeing him soon. >> has he expressed displeasure with what's happened? >> well, i think as a competitor, obviously, emotions come into play, making the guys great players. all the conversations we have can sam and the agents based on
the relationship we keep between us. >> and you'll get much more of the exclusive conversation with him in the draft day, john is in chicago reporting from the draft. we'll hear from potential eagles' pick, and count on us for live pre-draft coverage from lincoln financial field thursday at 7:00 p.m. a federal appeals court let the air out of tom brady's deflate gate appeal ruling today the patriots' quarterback must serve a four game suspension imposed by the nfl last year. he was suspended for four games last year for using under inflated footballs. that suspension was initially overturned. >> a pennsylvania appeals court rejected an attempt by bill cosby to stop the criminal case against him. lawyersmented the case thrown out because of the deal an entertainer made with a former prosecutor. 78-year-old is facing charges that he drugged and molested a former temple university employee back in 2004. cosby says the sex was conse
consented, and he promised he would never prosecutor cosby if he testified in the women's civil lawsuit. new information now about two large brush fires in the poconos. the bureau of forrest ri says they were intentionally set. fires began in monroe county last wednesday. one still not contained and burned four buildings and hundreds of acres. officials are offering a $5,000 reward for information about the fires. >> there was a messy scene, an overturned truck spilled gravel and gas all over east chus nut hill road at 12:30. one person was hurt, and teams worked on the cleanup. also, a crash truck fire stopped traffic before noon today. it burst into plains on deny road and bear. we got to the scene as firefighter were dousing the truck with water, but the fire was out. no one was hurt. >> u.s. is expanding its
presence in syria to stop isis. this morning in germany, president obama announced 250 troops are headed to syria. he says the additional manpower is there to train and help local forces push back isis. today's announcement brings the number of troops in syria to 300. the city of cleveland pays $6 million to the family of a 12-year-old boy who was shot and killed by police. tamir rice, an african-american boy, killed in 2014 by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun. they filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the aufrgs and city claiming the officers act the recklessly. groups rallied in north carolina to oppose a controversial new law. >> it's not a bathroom bill. but there's a lot of stuff in here that ought to be thrown in the outhouse. >> the outrage is over a law signed by the gov nar limiting protections for members of the lesbian, gay, transsexual, and by in the state.
the bill imposes restrictions on which bathrooms they can use, but organizers of today's rally say the law is about much more than that. >> this bill is the combination of homophobia, race, and class as a political wedge issue, and we always have to talk about it in its totality. >> north carolina house democrats filed legislation to repeal the bill, but gop legislative leaders said they are not interested in overturning the law. sales of prince's musics have sky rocketed since his death. more than 2 million prince songs sold in three days after his death. top songs sold were "purple rain", "when doves cry," "little red corvette," he was found dead just outside minneapolis thursday in his compound and cause much death is unknown and officials say it will be four weeks before they get results of the autopsy. enjoying the jersey shore
could mean leaving the hoverboard at home. this week, wildwood officials are expected to consider banning hover boards on the board walk. some say they are worried about the insurance liability. others concerned about hoverboard batteries overheating and burning down the boardwalk. 52 fires in 24 states over the past year. popup garden is up in center city to celebrate comcast cares day. >> the society unveiled the garden on the west plaza of the comcast center. you can do yoga, eat, or enjoy the open space from now until friday. comcast cares day is an annual event this saturday where thousands of volunteers clean up and beautify nakeds, paeighborh parks and schools. if you want to help, we want to see you. register using the am, log on to nbc10.com, and comcast is the parent company of nbc 10.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather with glen hurricane schwartz. >> mild over the weekend, warmer today and warmer tomorrow. it's 73 in coatesville, 75 in allentown, women mington, and 76 in dover. mount holly at 73. a little cooler in atlantic city, right? 65 degrees. it's cooler at the beach, 57 dregs in atlantic city with the southeast wind at the airport. that's where it's 65. atlantic city and national and further inland, mays landing, 76 degrees. 68 at cape may courthouse. 75 in woodbine. tremendous contrast across the shore as often the case. tomorrow everybody's warm at the shore. high thin clouds around right now, and not much directly threatening us. the moisture back across the
great lakes. it is going to be awhile, but the election day showers and thunderstorms, yeah, it's still in the forecast. here they come as we go into the morning rush, just a chance of an isolated shower or two, and most of the activity looks like it's going to be coming in the afternoon any time afternoon, and some of those showers and storms could be pretty heavy for a brief period of time and with gusty winds coming through the area. then it looks like it tries to clear out, but some of the computer models keep the clouds in and east wind and keep the chance of at least maybe a little drizzle in here during the day wednesday. i can't even promise it's going to be dry on wednesday, and we get more rain coming in on thursday. here's the neighborhood forecast for tomorrow. notice a lot of places at or close to 80 degrees. fairmo, this t 82, westchester 77, and newtown 78, and lehigh
valley, bethlehem, 72, and easton at 73 degrees. further to the south, haddonfield 81, and at the shore, so cold today in the 50s, atlantic city, the board walk tomorrow, 76. there is a chance of some severe thunderstorms with a gusty winds in the afternoon. there's a certainty throughout your seven-day forecast constantly on the bottom of the screen as we go through the weather, and this is not just philadelphia now. the only station to give you multiple seven-day forecasts and the only station to give you a temperature day. that's later. look at what happens in three days. go from 82 in philadelphia with the thunderstorms to 62 to 56 and rain by thursday. the pennsylvania suburbs go from 77 down to 58 for a high temperature.
lehigh valley goes from 72 to 59, and, again, thursday, rainy, wednesday rs a chance of showers, and new jersey, 81-56 at the shore, 776 to 56, and chance of drizzle on wednesday with a 20-degree temperature drop and it gets colder on thursday. the rest of the fairly wet ten-day a little bit later. we want to update you on breaking news we're following on the pennsylvania turnpike eastbound in's salem bucks county. live over the scene where a car was stuck under a tractor trailer. at least one person is dead. in the past few minutes, crewed opened one lane again. traffic is still backed up as skyforce10 pulls out. you see the backup goes for miles. we'll bring you new information as soon as we get it. in the meantime, new numbers out today make you think twice before buying laundry pods to
clean the clothes. >> tens of thousands of young children are exposed to dangerous detergent despite warnings. latest advice to parents with young kids and this. much of a popular wildlife refuge is offshore to people to make repairs. >> i was disappointed. >> this is why the work is starting just as the weather is getting warmer. plus, did you see this? prince george's company fashion statement. i love the picture. how this photo of the young royal meeting president obama has sparked a fashion frenzy. first, though, a look the closing bell on wall street. all the markets closing down today. flr why should we trust a harrisburg politician
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. guy from florida who chose an unusual way to travel the caribbean has had his dream deflated. the coast guard stopped the 44-year-old man before he set sail. they determined the inflateable bubble right here was not safe. the man decided to try it anyway. 3500 mile trek through the caribbean, could be fined up to $40,000 for violating the order. talk about seasick, though. >> yeah. >> well, little prince george makes bathrobes a hit again. >> the future king of england met president obama after bedtime in a robe and pjs. that set off a buying frenzy. the plush robe with blue trim sold out and costs $39. so cute. >> new live musicals coming to nbc this fall. nbc's "hair spray live" based on
john waters' mu see set tells the story of the wish to appear on local television dance program. the show airs live on nbc coming up on december 7. that'll be a lot of fun. >> a little girl in minnesota was the bell of the ball at prom although she's too young to attend. why she went years before her time and lived out a teenage dream. plus, the week starting off warm and more warmth ahead,
but tracking election day showers and storms and then a lot colder weather. that's next in the first alert forecast.
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breaking news on pennsylvania turnpike eastbound in bucks county. skyforce10 over the accident moments ago. emergency crews on scene of the accident where a car was trapped under a tractor trailer on the wrong side of the guardrail. this is ben salem, again, eastbound lanes of turnpike, one person dead, one lane, as you see, getting by minutes ago, still getting by, but traffic backed up for miles. working to find out conditions of anyone else involved in the accident. we'll bring that to you as soon as we get did. >> a live look out there right now. hopefully you enjoyed the great weather at the board walk because we're in for changes. >> let's find out more about the changes. straight to our first alert meteorologist to find out what to expect tomorrow, glen? >> the first change is rain. it's going to be warmer and the changes after that is going to be wet and colder. not very cold this afternoon. up to 75 degrees in philadelphia.
lehigh valley, delaware 75, 71 in the p.a. suburbs and 74 in new jersey and near 80 degrees coming tomorrow. we have high clouds through the area now, but there's no rain anywhere close by, so you don't have any kind of threat for this evening. a couple showers could sneak down later on tonight or first thing in the morning. and the planner? the temperature is not going down very much. we have a chance of a shower, philadelphia in the later tonight and by morning it's 60 degrees, which is warm. p.a. suburbs, again, chance of a shower later tonight. 55 in the morning, lehigh val valley, not dropping much either. 53 by daybreak with a chance of showers, and the rest of the area, delaware, temperatures going down not much, and holding steady between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. at 69 degrees. new jersey steady at 58 from
2:00 to 6:00 a.m. jersey shore steady and warming up during the night tonight, and we're going to be seeing much warmer weather tomorrow, but them the rain starts. thunderstorms expect the timing with the rest of the ten-day forecast in a few minutes. >> all right. here the other stories making headlines this afternoon, a dispute between led to two deaths. shot just moments after meeting with a political candidate in the neighborhood. investigators say four hours later, his friend, 18-year-old ran into a chinese takeout after being shot in the back, and both men died. in decision 2016, the presidential candidates cruz and kasich, team up to be front runner against donald trump. c they do the same in oregon and new mexico, and trump is and noupsing the agreement between
the rivals and calls them pathetic. meantime, the two democratic candidates are campaigning from pittsburgh to philadelphia today. last ditch bid for votes in pennsylvania's first competitive republican pry their in decades. tonight, they'll participate in back-to-back town halls at the national constitution center in philadelphia. >> biden and his wife visited philadelphia today as well to push for more affordable higher education. the bidens spoke to the group at the community college in philadelphia about the obama's administration efforts to make college more affordable and make sure more americans get education and skills needed to get on a pathway to the middle class. >> community college offer an affordable route to four-year degrees and good paying jobs. they open the doors for so many americans to enter middle class and create a better life for themselves and families. >> dr. biden praised the school
for being one of the first to answer president's call to make community college free for students. a temple university student who fought for survival will achieve her goal of walking across the stage to get her college diploma. last year, rachel hall was seriously hurt by a hit-and-run driver, and we covered the story here. hall had several broken bones, head injuries, on life support, and a year later, her mother says with hard work and therapy, strength, and determination, she'll meet the goal of walking in temple's graduation in may. the driver was found guilty and sentenced to 11 to 23 months in pris prison. counting down the days to the olympics, 102 days until the summer games, and we have sights and sounds from the next host city of the o lilympicolympics. >> nbc 10 went to london, and we mou found the water as the biggest
concern. the sailing events happening has a beautiful view of the mountains, but it also is polluted with sewage. there was a noticeable smell in the visit. organizers say they are not worried, though. >> authorities promised a reform of this city's sewage system and 80% would be treated. has that happened? >> it's happening. progress is happening. athletes will be in a safe environment to compete. >> another concern, the zika virus, how to fight the global health threat. what we found out on the special report, "rio 100" airing wednesday at 7:00 here on nbc 10. remember, we're your exclusive home for all the olympic game action. coming up this august. well, parents have been told about the colorful packets of soap can be dangerous. >> renewed warnings and advice
to parents of young children. music and a baby's brain. what research revealed about what tunes do for the disposition and development. why should we trust a harrisburg politician like steve santarsiero who will say anything to win an election? after claiming credit for passing universal background checks for all gun purchases, "santarsiero admitted in an interview that he
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baby's brains processes music and speech better. going to the prom is a right of passage for young girls. >> the dance, the dress, the date, a night to remember, right? well, an 11-year-old minnesota girl lived out the prom princess fantasy. the family says she probably won't make it to her high school dance. she suffers from batton disease which is terminal. she gets a makeover, gettings dressed up, the true bell of the ball at the local high school. >> obviously, a very special moment to have her be able to go to the prom and do the ball and celebrate and get dressed up -- >> and the date. >> yeah, right, i think i can trust her date. >> that is because that date was her doting grandfather who shared dinner with her before escorting her to the big dance. >> looked beautiful. >> sweet. >> looking ahead to changes in the weather for primary day. >> our first team meteorologist
is tracking storms, glen? >> that's right. it's not an all-day washout, but you're going to want to grab the umbrella, the best time to run out and vote so you can avoid the rain next in the first alert forecast. do
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in an hour, a vigil for a high school student who died after a fight in the bathroom at her school. >> we told you about that story last week, we are live from wilmington about what's happening with the investigation. tim? >> reporter: yeah. this morning, students came back to school here at howard, they found teachers and counselors waiting for them outside and a growing memorial out here for the young woman killed as a result of the fight in the bathroom in the school. the school will hold meetings tuesday and wednesday night for parents and students to talk about what happened here. there's been so much talk and chatter on social media about what happened, police still and
delaware prosecutors still looking at the evidence and trying to determine which social media posts are real and current, which are fake, trying to talk to witnesses, and also still waiting on the official cause of death from the state medical examiner. they need the information before they file any criminal charges, and, essentially blame someone for amy's death, but the community is anxious for updates. >> somebody knows something, like, somebody should be able to tell ya what's going on because at the end of the day, if it was somebody's child, they want them to know what's going on. >> we want to make sure that the narrative is right, the facts are shared with the community at large, and then we have some solutions on how move forward to make sure that these incidents don't reoccur. >> reporter: and that man, city council member brown, a howard alum, hosting a meeting at stubb elementary here around the corner from howard. the city police chief will be there. today, we learned more details about amy's funeral. it's sunday, it is not going to be open to the public. we also heard today hillary
clinton spoke about amy at a rally just up the street here in wilmington. more information on that coming up at 5:00 and 6:00. live in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc news. >> now your first alert weather. >> and in honor of tim furlong, starting with delaware, 75 degrees now, 75 in lehigh valley, and 74 in new jersey. 75 in philadelphia. as we go through the night tonight, it's going to be a warm night once again in wilmington. it's in the 70s. look at this. does not drop to 60 degrees. in reading, where it would normally be closer to 40, it just drops to 54, and philadelphia, it barely drops into the 50s, and same in trenton. remember, the average low temperature is well down into the 40s. it's a warm night and warm day.
and more about delaware here. there's wilmington at 76, and so 75 in odesa, and south, yeah, it's warm there. allendale, 74, and louis at 77 degrees, but it's also cooler right at the beaches again. we got a wind coming in off the ocean. and the beach is down into the low 60s. at bethany beach, well, we got rain for election day. it's not going to be a washout. there may very well not be much in the way of rain first thing in the morning. why? because there's not much on the radar anywhere near us. we really have to go pretty far to the west to get any kind of significant rain. that's north of chicago, and it's going to take awhile for any of that to move here. as we go through the futurecast,
we're going to see some of that moisture coming in, one or two showers around during the morning hours, so you can vote in the morning, especially early without worrying about much rain. later in the day, it's a different story. not only rain, but potentially heavy and strong and gusty thunderstorms. there's a heavy band the storms right around in the afternoon rush coming through to philadelphia area and into parts of new jersey. it's going to be pretty wild during the afternoon there, and them it really clears out as we go into the day on wednesday. at least temporarily. tomorrow, in the lehigh valley, it's going to be warm. it's going to be stormy. 72 in bethlehem, 73 in easton, and the p.a. suburbs, 77 with thunderstorms. newtown 78, philadelphia, 80
degrees, and, again, this is mostly afternoon thunderstorms. haddonfield at 81. warm, humid day, but it's also going to be stormy and even at the shore, and it's going to be warm at the shore. look at that. 76 degrees right on the beaches. in new jersey. wilmington at 82 degrees with the thunderstorms, and ten day outlook, we go to to 62 to 56, and then it stays fairly cool and fairly wet all the way into the weekend and even into early next week. >> all right, glen, thanks. parts of a popular destination is not on the spring or summer itineraries for a while. >> the hurricane damage crews working to repair and why they waited until now to fix it.
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weather warms up, part is off limit to visitors. >> the refuge are now closed to repair damage caused by hurricane sandy. today, nbc 10 jersey shore bureau reporter, ted greenberg, asked why now after four years after the storm? >> reporter: it is a piece of the jersey shore that's mostly untouched by people. >> it's peaceful, and it's really a wonderful, beautiful drive. >> reporter: right now, large sections of the edwin b. wildlife refuge is temporarily out of limits to nature loverings. >> this is a great time to be out here in the spring with all the birds and everything coming
back, and so it is disappointing that it's this time of the the year. >> majority of the popular eight mile wildlife drive and adjoining trail are closed to visitors on weekdays. the reason? fixing severe erosion caused by hurricane sandy's pounding waves nearly four years ago. making the road more resilient to future storms. >> we finally just gotten our permits, and gotten all the designs worked out so that this work could be implemented. >> reporter: officials say the closures really come down to safety. today, heavy duty machinery hauled in large rocks to fortify the drive. >> better to preserve now than let it get ruined. >> reporter: staffers know the closures are disruptive to visitors, but that the federal money for repairs came with strict schedules that have to be followed. >> congress has begin us a deadline that this work needs to be completed by this fall. >> it takes time for rebuilding, but, you know, we hope that it'll be ready, you know, soon.
>> reporter: officials say various projects along wildlife drive last ten to 12 weeks and they are constantly reevaluating when the road needs to be shut down. >> i like to take pictures. >> reporter: for a while, others here likely have to focus on nature's beauty from afar. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. coming up next at 5:00 -- >> we continue to follow a breaking situation along the pennsylvania turnpike, trapped under a tracker trailer, the frantic rescue and traffic trouble it's causing. i'm tracking showers even chance for thunderstorms for your election day. i'll show you the timing and cooler air that week too coming up next at 5:00. flr why should we trust a harrisburg politician
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at 5:00, new information about the breaking news right here on the pennsylvania turnpike. skyforce10 live over the scene of the deadly crash involving a car and tractor trailer there. it's caused senior traffic issues in bucks county at this time. >> let's look at video from just about an hour ago showing emergency crews lifting that tractor trailer off the car that was trapped underneath. we do know at least one person was killed. we're still waiting for more information about other injuries. >> the impact now. some traffic getting by. as you can see as you can imagine, still causing big backups on the turnpike headed
east through bensalem bucks county area. look at the scene earlier today. we just learned police have been trying to redirect cars off the road to try to ease some of this backup, so we'll keep an eye on the situation bringing updates on the situation. now to decision 2016, the final mare push. in 14 hours, voters head to the polls in pennsylvania and delaware. >> what happens here could be the crucial point for the candidates going forward. here's how it looks by the numbers. five candidates holding 11 different events in seven cities. donald trump just wrapped up a rally at westchester university. republican front runner spoke about how much he loves the state of pennsylvania, how he went to school herement trump also attacked his republican rivals, ted cruz and john kasich, for teaming up against him. >> by the way, did you s