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10 year old girl rescued 17 hours after this deadly earthquake rocked central italy. good evening, i'm keith jones, breaking news, an 8-year-old girl shot in the head around 8:30tonight. so far no one in custody. let's get right to brandon hudson, he joins us live from the scene in camden, how did this happen? >> reporter: doctors work to keep the 8-year-old girl alive. it happened outside her home here on spruce street. across the street is a police cruiser. that's the closest that police will let us at this hour. down the street it can be tough to see because of the light. but down the street, police are looking for clues that will lead to any suspects. we were standing at the intersection of ninth and spruce streets when we saw investigators searching the sidewalk for evidence. another group of police were in front of the little girl's house. sometime tonight the girl was
hit and paramedics took her to cooper hospital. she was having surgery, but at last check from the police chief, it's not looking promising. we spoke to a neighbor who heard the shooting. the >> i thought it was firecrackers to tell you the truth. it was so many of them. it was so close by the windows, i actually seen the light. but just to hear that, it's a shame, to hear a little girl in the mix of all of this, get shot. >> i can't even imagine what she's going through at this point in time. i assured her that we're going to do everything we can to bring the cowards responsible for this, bring them to justice and hold them accountable for their actions. >> reporter: that was the camden county police chief. the police are also looking at surveillance video for any leads. the girl's mom is with her at cooper hospital. live in camden, brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. we will keep following this breaking news and bring you updates the minute we get them on the app and tomorrow on nbc
news today. now to delaware where a woman is dead after falling off a zip line attraction. investigators are trying to figure out how it happened. the go ape treetop the t adventure. >> reporter: investigators made way through the woods where a 59-year-old woman died at the go a apeattracti attraction. >> they went through all the safety precautions, and i felt safe the entire time we doing it. >> reporter: we shot this story last memorial day. you can siee part of the safety
gra training. >> the staff takes you through how to hook up to the wires. >> reporter: go ape said its team is deeply saddened and are cooperating with authorities. both police and go ape did not release specifics on what led up to the fall. the company said it would be inappropriate to comment or speculate until the investigations are complete. paramedics brought the woman here to crist the hospital. continuing coverage of the deadly earthquake in italy. the death toll has climbed to at least 159 people. the 6.2 quake struck roughly six miles southeast of the town of norche. they are racing the clock, enduring aftershocks.
there was a 5.2 aftershock an hour later, one of the youngest victims, 18 months old, the mother was also pulled from the rubble who survived a 2009 earthquake that killed 300 people. [ applause ] some hope now, a 10-year-old girl pulled alive from the rubble, 17 hours after the quake struck. it is located some 100 miles northeast of rome and is one of the three cities hardest hit. closer to home, one of the national italian american foundations is working on plans to help the towns damaged by this earthquake. nbc 10 met with the chairman of the italian american the foundation. he said last night's major earthquake was similar to the one in 2009. he said that the group will meet with the italian embassy in washington, d.c. and the state department to discuss the most
significant needs following this tragedy. the fr from there they'll help with the rebuilding efforts. the >> we want to make sure to get the word out why this region would be important for tourism. once they rebuiiluild they reta their economic vitality. >> he didn't know anyone personally threatened by the earthquake. turning to the weather, another comfortable summer night outside. look at this, along boathouse row, that view never gets old. but the heat and humidity start tomorrow. meteorologist sheena parveen has details now on the first alert forecast. some people are wondering, how hot is it going to get? >> it's going to be back around the 90 tomorrow for some areas. no 50s here, but it's still going to be comfortable. 68 for the morning low in quakertown or at least by 8:00 in the morning, 69 allentown.
but yes, the heat and humidity do come back. so over the past couple days we've been a little bit below normal. monday and tuesday, 83 degrees. take a look at this, 94 for the high temperature, it's going to be more humid and feel like 100 degrees again as we end out the week and go into the weekend. it's going to stay hot. coming up, i'll show you the weekend forecast no matter where you're heading. also we're watching the tropics very closely. some of that tropical moisture could contribute to our next rain chance. we'll talk about all this in about ten minutes. and the heat is on. decision 2006.
aft 200 trump reinforced his position on illegal immigrants. >> those people that have been working so hard to come into the country and going through the process, we're going to take them in and cherish them, and they're going to love us. we want the ones that are going to love us, not the ones that want to create problems. >> and the biggest cheers of the night came when trump reiterated his plans to build a wall on the u.s. mexico border. meanwhile, hillary clinton has take and few days off. her husband is down south fund-raising. former president clinton stopped by a local restaurant to shake hands and poise fse for selfies. he discussed the controversies around the clinton foundation. >> we're going to transition all
these responsibilities for our foreign and corporate donations which i will accept and raise money for the foundation. >> the criticism against his wife is just part of the election season. get ready to see more trump adding. donald trump is getting assistance from the national rifle association. the nra has pledged $2.7 million. the ads will be in battle ground states like ohio and pa. and goefrns chris chris tease shot do -- chris christie says it would make new jersey inhospitable to legal gun ownership. it would have softened a law demanding that all guns sold in the garden state have smart gun technology. you may have heard about this, a class action suit filed
today against snoop dogg and wiz khalifa. they performed earlier this month when a railing collapsed on the right side of the screen, injuring 42 people. the lawsuit represents more than a dozen concert-goers and three workers. the lawsuit does not specify any damages. pennsylvania charter schools will soon get some guidance from the state. goefrns tom wolf set up an office dedicated to the schools and the state department of education. the goal is to improve the support and oversight. they will review financial and educational programs at each school. there were 160 brick and mortared charter schools. up next, a twister caught on camera as it levels homes and businesses in indiana. punished for being a sore
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14 others are wounded after an attack at american university in kabul afghanistan today. the u.s. troops were launched to the scene along with elite afghan security forces. the dozens of stuptsds were trapped inside the campus as militants attacked it with gunfire the around 6:30 local time. they have recently had a string of attacks aimed at destabilizing the country. new details about the army
reservist who killed five dallas officers last month. he showed the the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder after returning from afghanistan. the 25-year-old ambushed the officers in july after a demonstration against deadly shootings in louisiana and minnesota. a philadelphia man once convicted of rape and murder is now free and talking about his time in prison and his future. the tony wright embraced the jurors who acquitted him after less than two hours of deliberation yesterday. the a judge ordered a new trial after dna testing revealed another man assaulted the victim. since he's been in prison, he's become a grandfather and is eager to start this next chapter of his life with family. the >> i refused to go to sleep.
the i don't want to miss something. the >> the evidence was so compelling for tony that there really could have been no other verdict. >> lawyers from the inceny the project helped win his case. he has plans to spend time with his parents who live in florida. to south jersey. take a look at this home, ransacked by a burglar who took 10s of thousands of dollars. it belongs to heather lou's mother. the she has alzheimer's. the house was boarded up, and every memory of her mom was inside the home. on saturday, a neighbor discovered that someone had broken in. >> i didn't want to close that chapter. for someone else to close the chapter for me, it just kills me. the it just kills me. >> the police belief the burglar
made more than one trip. the. effective immediately, hope solo has been suspended for six months from the u.s. women's soccer team. u.s. soccer says solo's suspension was for conduct of calling the opponents cowards. sports ill straighted called them the greatest. tonight, simone biles, katie ledecky and michael phelpsfellp. the he partnered with nick conon to reveal which acts would move on to the semi finals. the katie ledecky threw out the
ceremonial first pitch tonight. she was a special guest at the orioles/nationals game. and simone biles returned to texas. she was graeetsded by fans and the day was declared simone biles day. now to the situation in indiana. we told you about this before. video in after a massive tornado near kokomo. the severe storm system left 15 to 20 people injured and downed trees and power lines. the severe weather could continue over the next several days. the weather in our region has been cool and comfortable. the but the heat and humidity aren't gone four lonfor long.
>> tomorrow closer to 90. t we're talking about it feeling close to 100. the 90s are coming back for a little while. right now we're nice and dry, the severe weather we showed you video of is moving through parts of ohio. the you see you see it approaching cleveland. the it is we don't expect it to be severe tomorrow. the we will be heating up near 90 degrees tomorrow afternoon and more humid than today, but especially as we go into friday that's when many of you will notice the humidity increasing allentown could see an afternoon shower, 85 degrees. the possibly some of our pennsylvania suburbs. the in new jersey, sunny, 89
degrees. dover, 89 tomorrow and staying about mostly sunny. the mo most of the area will be mostly dry. then we are talking about the tropics getting more active. there is one system in particular that could be giving us rain later next week. this is future weather. 11:00 a.m. tomorrow, mostly dry, then the line of showers starts moving into lehigh valley, burks county. we'll have to watch and see if it holds together moving through philadelphia. but most of the area mostly dry. and as we go through your friday, mid to low 90s for a high temperature. saturday and sunday, close to 90 degrees. the if you're heading to the shore, 79 on sunday and it looks nice and dry across your weekend. the tropics, we have two systems. the one we're going to be concerned about is the one over puerto rico. the not very organized, we're
still watching, but it could impact the united states. if it holds together by saturday, a lot of the computer models here showing it pretty consistently heading towards the bahamas. the if it holds together it could strengthen even more. and some of that moisture could slide up the east coast and impact our weather. t but of course many days out. we will be watching this very closely. stay tuned. i'll show you the ten day forecast coming up. the 123450
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holter. the so tomorrow, the '98 it's going to 2350e8 hot going into next week. it could be tropical moisture. so we're going to watch the front cal system i have closely. tomorrow afternoon we could be seeing showers through parts of the lehigh area. but the weekend dontsd look too bad. >> beautiful. thank you for watching. "tonight show" is next. have a good night. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- aaron paul, tig notaro,