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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" we begin tonight with breaking news. the philadelphia fire department confirms a firefighter died while on the job tonight. firefighter's name is gabriel lee. he was found unresponsive at
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ladder company 12 in north philadelphia while working his night shift. he was not killed in a fire, he was taken to temple university hospital where he was pronounced dead. we have a crew heading to the hospital right now, we'll have more in a few minutes. tonight thousands of people are without power, across our area. this oppressive heat wave sparked strong storms and downed trees and power lines from south jersey to the suburbs. there won't be relief any time soon. >> they were pop-up storms that moved quickly through the area. just about everybody in the region felt something or saw something. because it was quite a light show with these storms that popped. even reports of hail in parts of new jersey. so quite interesting indeed, all is quiet for now. the storms have pushed to the southeast, right off the coast and right off of southern delaware also. high pressure building in, just a few clouds around this evening
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and a light wind, we're looking for mid-70s for an overnight low, boy, dangerous heat. that becomes our weather story once again for tomorrow. current temperatures on the sticky side here in philadelphia. 80 degrees, it's still 82 in allentown, as those rain cells moved through, pockets of rain brought in dryer air. it's not feeling great out there, still quite humid, tomorrow we'll have a little bit less humidity, but then we really crank up the heat. i'll be back with more in a bit. power crews are working to restore power to a lot of customers tonight. ac electric says more than 2500 people are in the dark. the majority of whom are in camden county. peco telling us about 1300 customers are still waiting for power to be restored. firefighters came to the rescue of a woman who got draped after heavy winds toppled this
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tree on to her car. it happened just before 6:00 in magnolia, camden county. you can hear neighbors clapping and cheering when crews freed the woman from her car on lincoln avenue. she was awake and alert when firefighters rescued her, she's expected to be okay. now to the breaking news in delaware county, that's where firefighters responded to a beer distributor fire in upper darby. this is happening at upper darby beverage on marshall road. the fire is out, but firefighters are on the scene putting out hotspots. no one was hurt, no word on what sparked the fire. we're less than 48 hours away from the start of the democratic national convention. it starts here at the wells
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fargo center monday. a battle seems to be brewing between clinton clinton and sanders on how impartial the democratic primary really was. wikile wikileaks released documents that show democratic party officials were actively trying to hurt sanders campaign and actively helping clintons. he said this could make it harder to promote unity at the dnc. in one of the e-mails a top dnc official seems to want to use sanders religious beliefs against him. brad marshall wrote the democratic party should get someone to ask if sanders believed in god. saying he had skated on saying he was of jewish heritage. marshall apologized on facebook, saying i deeply regret that my sensitive, emotional e-mails would cause
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embarrassment to the dnc. donald trump reacted on the controversy on twitter today saying, leaked e-mails of dnc show plans to destroy bernie sanders, mocked his heritage and much more. really vicious, rigged. and, of course, bernie sanders is set to speak at the dnc on monday. tonight his supporters reacted to the news of the leak of those 20,000 e-mails. >> to be honest, i wasn't surprised, this had election has been rigged against bernie sanders. the dnc have not been supporting him. >> sanders supporters plan to hold protests in philadelphia over the next several days. the official 2016 democratic ticket debuted today in miami, florida. hillary clinton introduced virginia senator tim kaine as
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her running mate. it was their first appearance together. clinton called kaine a progressive with a backbone of steel who likes to get things done. >> he is qualified to step into this job and lead on day one. >> senator kaine previously served as virginia's governor and before that, he was the mayor of richmond. >> we're going to make history in philadelphia by electing and nominating the first woman of the united states. philadelphia is ready to shine in the international spotlight with just two days left until the start of the dnc. tonight the secret service is inside the wells fargo center doing a final security sweep as protesters are preparing their demonstrations outside. nbc10's andrea klein thomas takes us inside their protest training tonight. >> if i go any further i'm not
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going to be breaking any rule. >> reporter: protesters learned how to de-escalate a possible confrontation. >> you get three warnings before the police arrest you. >> the group is nonpartisan. but participants are preparing to take to the streets for bernie sanders. >> i feel that bernie is probably the best choice we have to be able to achieve the goal of making this country better. >> reporter: many bernie sanders supporters packed the arch street building for the education. >> it's an opportunity for the people to say ah, these are the things we care about. climate change, racial justice, many out of politics. >> reporter: damian barber are sanders delegates from texas. >> that's why this campaign was so much more than one man. those people, that movement is going to continue. >> reporter: with the city of
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philadelphia providing a historic backdrop. the boldness of the founding fathers gives their cause even more purpose. 1234 they had to take that chance to achieve what this nation is now. if we don't do the same thing, we don't have anybody to blame but ourselves. >> count on nbc10 to track all the buzz coming from the democratic national convention. we'll broadcast live from the wells fargo center every day at the dnc. we'll also bring you a nightly one hour special starting monday. ben franklin is welcoming delegates to philadelphia for the dnc. coming up, we'll take you around town to show you how the rest of the city is catching convention feev this weekend.
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firefighters are battling an intense wildfire north of los angeles right now. it doubled in size today forcing hundreds from their homes. the santa clarita fire, along with a second fire to the north are threatening 2000 homes. the flames have been fueled by triple digit temperatures and strong winds. up next, hundreds of local pets are settling into brand new forever homes tonight, thanks to our clear the shelters event. we're taking you to adorable first meetings in delaware, new jersey and philadelphia next. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message.
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who do you talk to for military advice right now? well, i watch the shows. i mean i really see a lot of great - you know, when you watch your show and all of the other shows... while donald trump watched tv, as secretary of state, hillary clinton negotiated a cease fire in gaza. a reduction in nuclear weapons... took on vladimir putin... and stood up against the trafficking of human beings. a steady leader in an unsteady world.
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we're continuing to follow that breaking news of a firefighter who died on the job tonight. andrea klein thomas joins us live at temple university hospital in north philadelphia. what have you learned? >> denise, very somber night here at temple university hospital. take a look behind me. philadelphia police and the highway patrol have gathered to escort the body of gabriel lee to the medical examiner's office. the street is blocked off. he was working a night shift when he was rushed to temple hospital. the firefighter works at ladder company 12 on west cambria street. right now they're just saying the manner of death is under investigation. we're going to stay here and continue to gather details about this and pass it along as it becomes available. andrea klein thomas, nbc10 news.
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another fight is brewing ahead of the dnc over super delegates. efforts by bernie sanders supporters to eliminate or reduce the influence of super delegates failed at a meeting of the dnc rules committee. sanders supporters open the doors but they were kept out of the meeting at the gathering, an amendment to get rid of party insiders who can vote for the candidate of their choice at the convention was defeated. it did earn enough support to force a floor vote at the convention. philadelphia international airport is greeting arriving delegates with some philly flair. what better way to say hello than with a stack of free soft pretzels and tasty cakes. at dillworth park tonight, dozens pulled up their lawn chairs for a screening of "all
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the president's men." the presidential footwear exhibit is now on display in old city. the johnston and murphy shoe company has hand crafted a custom pair of shoes for every american president since 1850. also on display, the famous inaugural ball gowns worn by america's first ladies over the years. looks like a little kitty cat has found a forever home. hundreds of people answers our call to help clear the shelters today. nbc10 teamed up with dozens of shelters to help find families for animals in need. adoption signs popped up on cages here at the gloucester county animal shelter in clayton. lots of animals were packed and ready for their new homes. kittens and puppies are always a big hit. lots of older animals also found homes today.
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more than 1,000 pets around the region were adopted. that brings the total for the clear the shelters campaign to more than 4,000. >> i've always said i wanted to adopt a dog, this whole clear the shelters event came up at the right time. it happened perfectly. >> you can see some pictures of the animals and their families, come to our website at those waiting in line to adopt today, really had to deal with that sweltering heat. >> water bottles abound, that will be the same for tomorrow, you'll want to have the water bottle handy for tomorrow. not stopping the folks here on the board walk in north wildwood, having a really great time out there. a few clouds around, not too bad. the temperature trend we started in the 90s, we reached 98 degrees in philadelphia today, we're not looking for much relief in the coming days.
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it's called dangerous heat for sure. especially once we get to monday. what's included in that, new jersey and delaware as well as pa, from now until tuesday. we can expect the hot heat -- the high heat i should say, and the high humidity. making the temperatures feel like triple digits. if you were outside for any length of time, you know what that excessive heat can do. it can wear you down quickly. even dehydrate you. you don't want to spend a lot of time outdoors. temperatures all across the area, still on the warm side. just pick your neighborhood, there's your temperature reading. it's 73 degrees right now in voorhees, 76 in turnersville. 77 in mount laurel, 80 in florence and 78 degrees in hamilton. the showers are out of here, the storms are out of here, we're focused on the excessive heat warning in pink. we have an excessive heat
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advisory. the heat and humidity will be staying with us as we make our way through tomorrow. not as humid tomorrow, still hot, monday humidity kicks back into the forecast, we could rival a record on monday, tuesday and wednesday. still hot and humid. for tomorrow, center city looking for a high temperature of 97, making it feel like 100. chestnut hill, 96, feeling more like 94. out in the suburbs, still in the 90s, lansdale, 96 degrees tomorrow, we'll have plenty of sunshine, you're going to need the sunblock, the hat, the shades, lehigh valley, 95 degrees tomorrow, and we move all the way into new jersey, still with mid-90s, jersey shore not much relief there, 94 in long mont. delaware, 94 degrees also. you get a little break in the humidity tomorrow, we should be dry tomorrow, as we get into monday, we are looking at the humidity coming back into the
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picture with afternoon thunderstorms. i'm danny pomells from csn. the phillies aren't making the pirates walk the plank. they're making them take some tough walks back out to the dugout. the mascot pulls out the water gun and drenches him with it. some great fun on a summer afternoon. day to day after franco's sore wrist. cameron rough hit right in the head. he was evaluated for a concussion, pirates hit five phillies in the first two games of the series. aaron nolan trouble in the fifth. polanco, base hit to right. phillies gave up five runs in the inning, they take it on the chin 7-4.
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to football now, rookies, quarterbacks and selected veterans will be suiting up monday when eagles training camp takes off. that means carson went will be taking the field. the eagles plan to bring him along slowly with sam bradford and chase daniel above went. charles barkley is on board with that plan. >> he played at north dakota state, there's got to be a level of adjustment for him. they have a great lower program. i hope they don't throw the kid out there and rush him, he's just started going down hill and not able to recover. >> that's your look at sports, i'm danny pomells.
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it was a celebration of the vibrant puerto rican culture in bucks county today. nbc10 in bristol for the annual puerto rican day festival. live music, dancing and cultural workshops were all on tap today.
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it looks like the extreme heat and humidity did not keep anyone away from the festivities. >> take a bottle of water with you if you're going outside. plenty of sunshine tomorrow, we show you the 10-day forecast. we have tomorrow through wednesday, outlined in the red box to let you know there will be excessive heat for those days, especially monday. you see there, 99 degrees, it's going to feel like triple digits for sure. >> water and sunscreen. that's nbc10 news for now. i'm denise nakano, make sure to tune in tomorrow morning for a special version of nbc@issue all about the dnc. now for "saturday night live."
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