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>> 19-year-old ozmond zelnov lost died. zelnov's brother ran a red light at front screen and the boulevard and slammed into the teens' car at a red light. it appears that he ran the light because he was rushing to temple hospital to see his father, who had just been robbed and attacked while making a food delivery. >> it's crazy. >> emil stanton says he witnessed the crash on the boulevard, long considered one of the most dangerous roads in america. according to penn dot more than 60 people have lost their lives on the boulevard in the past five years. >> people are in a hurry. >> reporter: both of the teen who is died were from
philadelphia. >> my driver's test is coming up on october 25th and i'm not going to take it. all right and more details about proposed changes in the wake of deadly crashes on roosevelt boulevard. this latest crash comes more than three years after an accident claimed samarra banks and one of her three sons. earlier this year, a local lawmaker called for cameras to catch speeding drivers along roosevelt boulevard. those cameras would log speed and then automatically send the ticket to drivers who went at least 11 miles an hour above the speed limit. ted greenberg spoke with taylor after today's crash, we'll have
his reaction coming up at 6:00 p.m. decision 2016 coverage, we are counting down until the general election, voters will head to the polls to choose their next president in just 25 days. another woman made allegations against donald trump. >> a former contestant on trump's show the apprentice. donald trump has hit back against his accusers and hit back hard, he called them horrible liars and promised to prove their allegations false. trump focused his speech on a new batch of hillary clinton's e-mails uncovered by the state department. >> hillary clinton told the fbi 3 ti 39 times she couldn't remember anything. i couldn't remember, i couldn't remember. >> he also said recent accusations from women accusing
him of sexual abuse never happened and are 100% made up. trump's running mate mike pence made a campaign stop in pensacola, florida. today pence said that evidence will soon come out that exonerate trump. >> just, you know, stay tuned. there's more information coming forward. >> pence said he and donald trump spoke privately about the allegations and he says that he believes trump. hillary clinton took a break from campaigning. >> but her supporters got to see her on the ellen show. >> she told host ellen degeneres that she was upset about a lewd video where he could be heard making comments about women. >> i could just feel this
presence behind me. and i thought, whoa, this is really weird. and so, i was just trying to stay focused. >> showing a bit of humor, hillary clinton reminded the audience that if elected, she will be the youngest woman to hold the office. today president obama campaigned for hillary clinton in ohio, her early voting began early this week. the president belittled donald trump for making excuses for his drop in the polls, he also said that trump's comments about jailing hillary clinton smack of tierny. >> donald trump's closing argument is what do you have to lose? the answer is everything. >> president obama also asked republicans how they can support a candidate. he also said heed admires a forr head of the kgb. >> chelsea clinton joined with
clinton's running mate? a rally. the third presidential debate will be next wednesday. in las vegas. a tight race in pennsylvania among the candidates fighting for the u.s. senate. tonight katy mcginty campaigned in philadelphia at the ymca. she met with parents and members of the community to talk about the high cost of child care. and pat toomey greeted supporters in harrisberg today. stay tuned with nbc 10 for full debate coverage. it is very hard to miss the campaign ads for the u.s. senate here in pennsylvania. >> they're not just getting the attention of voters but comedians too. >> last night comedian jimmy kimmel called out pat toomey.
>> he says trump is a terrible candidate but he might vote for him, which is con fusing to voter who is want to know where he stands. >> toomey is taking a new tone and appears to turn his back on trump in a bold way. >> i have a lot of disagreements with donald trump, i've been very clear about that, but what's important for pennsylvanians is having a senator who will stand up to any president's bad ideas. >> toomey's democratic rival katy mcginty has a new ad of her own. toomey isn't even mentioned in the spot, although it does feature one of her party's biggest nailbig biggest names. >> like me, katie mcginty he yy.
>> with just four seats to shift control of the senate democrat pennsylvania's senate race is critically important. >> the polls indicate that toomey is still competitive, that the race is very close. so he's trying to find a way to get through the next 3 1/2 weeks and eke out a victory in the state where hillary clinton is running quite well. >> toomey who is a first term senator is one of the most vulnerable republicans, as the gop struggles to hold on to its senate majority. >> a bloomberg poll released yesterday, shows mcginty leading by just two points, 47 to 45. for updates from the campaign trail and our interviews with the presidential candidates, just tap the nbc 10 app.
after a chilly start, it turned into a pretty fabulous fall friday, plenty of sunshine made it a beautiful day for a bike ride or a stroll along kelly drive in fairmount park. not a bad day at the beach either, here's a look at shore down cape may where it's shaping up to be a good start to the weekend. >> nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz now tracking the changes in the weekend weather. >> beautiful blue skies out there, a lot of sunshine, we have dry air, we have light winds and that means there's a chance of some frost later on. we're starting off on the chilly side, despite the sunshine. 65 degrees in philadelphia now. and in much of new jersey, much of delaware, pretty close to that in the lehigh valley also. frost advisory in effect for almost all of the southern half of new jersey and all of the
pennsylvania counties, pretty much north and west of the urban corridor around philadelphia and wilmington. so as we go through the night tonight, it's going to be pretty clear, but in the city, lows in the mid 40s, but in the suburbs, chester, montgomery, bucks county, many places, 35, 36 degrees, lehigh valley, down to 35 degrees and some areas of frost first thing in the morning. not quite as cool in parts of new jersey and certainly not as cool at the jersey shore. we are going to be warming up by sunday and that's nothing compared to the warmup we're going to see next week. wait until you see that in a few minutes. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with new details in a student death investigation. >> a 17-year-old student at wordsworth academy got into an argument about an ipad shortly
before his death. >> what are investigators telling you today? >> reporter: at this point, they're telling us that that 17-year-old, the name not being released yet, got into a fight with school leaders, he became so combat ty, that he was in his room, he was tossing around furniture, he was damaging fixtures and when staff started restraining him, he became unresponsive. >> it happened on the fourth floor inside wordsworth academy. sources familiar with the work done here say it's a place for kids with behavioral issues. police tell us the 17-year-old was in the residential treatment program, and he was on the fourth floor when the staff started looking for a missing ipod. the student became irate when the staff member found the ipod in his room. on sight medical personnel were in the room at the time he
became restrained and he was unresponsive. >> has he ever had to be restrained by anyone? >> they always call you back no matter what time it is. this is what happened, here's what he did and he's okay now. >> this is a woman whose son is in the residential treatment program. she says he'll stay in the program. >> i don't have a problem with him staying here. >> philadelphia police are investigating and an autopsy will have to be performed to determine what led to the teen's death. investigators want to know if any medical conditions could have been a factor. what training staff had here and if staff followed all policies when dealing with the student. a spokesperson for wordsworth has reesed statements throughout the day saying they can't comment specifically on the
investigation, saying that could take days even weeks, but she does say that all programs here will continue throughout the investigation. a school bus crash in delaware sent four students to the hospital. sky force 10 flew over that scene where police tell us the bus crashed into a minivan. it happened on the pulaski highway. we have new details about the stabbing death of a philadelphia man whose apartment was set on fire, 52-year-old tena marie vanderhorst. police say he stabbed vanderhorst 37 times and returned to his home setting her body on fire. these people were waiting to get into the store in fairmount.
along with the whole foods, features luxury apartments, cvs. this is the latest development project just behind the comcast innovation and technology center. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with contamination at a delaware elementary school. staff members are afraid that mold has caused health problems for students as well as staff. tim, you went on a tour, i know inside today, what were the conditions like? >> reporter: it's a work in progress, i have some allergies and they didn't go crazy when i walked in, and district leaders say things are getting better day to day, but the problems are not gone for parents and teachers. >> mold, mildew, mice, maggots. >> reporter: those are things you just don't want to have at your kids' school. but they have them at pulaski
elementary. by most accounts, it's be mold and what some people say it does to their breathing. there was a water line break back here in the summer. >> the cleanup obviously that was done was not sufficient. and water laying over time causes mold to grow. >> in a letter to parents, casino district parents say that three rooms where the mold was found are now off-limits. we found -- the district hired two outside environmental consultants to monitor the air quality and the state health department walked through early this morning. per the teacher's union request, they're now monitoring air quality in every other room of the school. the superintendent said if think place were dangerous he would lock the doors and move everyone out of the school. >> reporter: would you let your
kids or grandkids go here. >> yes. >> reporter: they want to monitor mold spores to make sure the situation has improved. and they're going to check other buildings in the district just to be safe. just a little while ago, the kids were let out of school for the weekend. we talked to moms and we're going to see what they had to say about all this coming up at 5:00. we have some breaking news just into our newsroom, heads up travellers, the department of transportation today issued an emergency order and banned samsung galaxy note 7 phones from all planes. that means you can't carry them on the planes, you can't put them in your checked baggage, and you can't ship your phone. staying on track to graduate, that's the goal of a new project launched at
frankford high school. a project that brings together educators to provide teacher coaching, mentoring and other student support. in just days septa will decide whether to go on strike. if it's approved, it -- trolly operators will hold a vote on sunday, the strike will begin on november 1. if there is a long strike, workers will not return on november 8, which is of course election day. the union is fighting to increase the amount pensions are capped at. honda is recalling 360,000 civics because of a problem with the parking brake. the brake may not work if it's applied immediately after turning the engines off. it's applying to the 2016 coupes and sedans. honda will repair the cars for free. amazon is amping up for its
holiday season. they are hiring for day, evening and overnight ships in shipping, packing, receiving and management. the seasonal jobs pay between 12.50 an$12.50 and $13.75 an ho. >> business leaders met today for the annual meeting of the chamber of commerce. they talked about innovation in technology and media, comcast the parent company of nbc 10. taking a live look at a beautiful boathouse row, a gorgeous fall weekend is in our forecast. that looks great. >> does look great, let's get out there and row, jackie. you've done that, right? >> do it, glenn. it's going to be a great weekend for that, it's going to be
perhaps a little bit warmer tomorrow and then significantly warmer on sunday. 65 degrees right now, that's pretty close to the average this time of year, the average high is 67. 63 in some of the pennsylvania suburbs. let's head into delaware right now and see how the temperatures are doing. 65 in wilmington, 65 in odessa. 61 in newark, 65 in middletown, 62 in georgetown and millsboro, and rehoboth beach and dewey beach. patchy clouds coming in overnight. lots of sunshine tomorrow, and not quite as much sunday, but a good bit. and then the 80s come back and not for just one day either. right, there's that frost advisory again for much of new
jersey and many of the pennsylvania counties outside the i-95 corridor. we have dry conditions, few high clouds down to the south. also up to the midwest. no significant fronts on the way. and that means that the eagles are going to be have been some pretty nice weather on sunday in washington, they're going to have temperatures in the 70s, mid 70s by the end of the game. so it's above normal temperatures. we're going to be about 74 degrees in philadelphia sunday. but look at monday, 80, 83 tuesday, 84 wednesday. you can check out your own seven day forecast at the bottom of your screen by the way, see how many of the areas are going to be in the 80s. as we go through the night tonight, we cool off pretty fast, as soon as the sun goes down, and by midnight, we're down to 42 degrees in allentown and also in redding. and as we head toward the morning hours, look at some of these 30s, 36 in redding, 38
exton, 38 in allentown, some places right at the ground will be 32 and that's how you get the frost. then we warm up with the bright sunshine tomorrow here's philadelphia at 68 degrees, so it's a lot warmer tomorrow than it has been the last couple of days. and it's going to be significantly warmer on sunday too, i'm predicting at least 70 just about everywhere, except for the jersey shore, we should be seeing temperatures limited because of more of a sea breeze coming in on sunday. we'll have the rest of the ten-day forecast that includes more days of 80 plus a little bit later. >> sounds amazing, glenn. from the fargo dome to the link. >> nbc 10 is taking you back to where it all began for carson wentz. plus, investigators say speed technology could have
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some wilmington firefighters to help get the process started. >> they're really a great bunch of guys, they were really excited that we were doing this, they were superappreciative about us doing it so a lot of fun, death. >> they're going to start pouring last alarm ipa -- >> proceeds from that beer will go towards the fund that helps the families of the two dead firefighters and the two injured firefighters. a woman intentionally set the fire because she was angry with her father and stepmother. firefighters are still in the hospital. earlier this week, hope's condition was downgraded to critical. sky force 10's live over the
philadelphia mayfair neighborhood, police say a child has been hit by a car, this is on cotman avenue. you see officers there, you see a bicycle right there near the double yellow lines, we don't know how old this child is or how badly he or she is hurt. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you new information as soon as we get it from mayfair. now to this ground stop for thousands of flights. >> how this computer glitch created travel trouble around the globe today. and
technology that would slow down new jersey engine transit trains. technology that could help accidents like this one from happening again.
right now at 4:30, a push to fix the trouble on the tracks. this troubled new jersey tracks in hoboken has the -- crash investigators say the technology known as ptc could have prevented the crash from ever happening. >> right now it doesn't exist on nj transit's tracks, mitch blocker has been following the impact of positive train control since the amtrak train wreck last year. >> at this point new jersey's constitutional delegation is calling on the federal government to give new jersey transit $10 million to it can put positive train control on its tracks, they're asking for money -- that accident killed one person and injured more than 100 others, but secretary fox
says the government is not prepared to pay for the safety upgrade. of course the nbc 10 investigators first told you that new jersey transit is one of the last passenger railways in the country without any progress installing positive train control. the railroad has refused every request we have made to talk about that subject. the latest accident now has the attention of the state's constitutional delegation. >> i find it inexcusable when there are 100,000 lives every day riding on new jersey transit lines that we don't have -- it seems to me the top safety record. the record that at one time we did have. the system that once was the envy of the nation. >> now new jersey transit's train data for that accident in hoboken, it shows that that train was going twice the speed limit just before crashing. we first started investigating positive train control last year after the 188, the amtrak 188 crash in philadelphia, that train was also going double the
speed limit when it derailed. the wreck killed eight and seriously injured dozens more and experts say that positive train control would have prevented that crash, since that deadly derailment, amtrak has installed ptc technology. positive train control prevents accidents, they have been recommending that it be installed throughout the country for years. for is investigators, i'm mitch blocker, nbc 10 news. to our weather now and a cold morning gave ray to a pretty great day, lots of sun out there as people headed out there to do some shopping there in ardmore this friday afternoon. look at this, fall foliage on full display in the poconos. it is getting there. live look from our camera in camel back mountain. have you seen the changing colors there? it's a great time to take a fall
colors tour maybe. >> it's always hard to know where to go. glenn "hurricane" schwartz has the answer. >> jook lyn, acqueline, we are some color in the poconos, some trees, but not all of it. so we're not even at the peak in the poconos yet. so we have some time until we do reach the peek. we are seeing the peak colors north of the poconos up near the new york state border and into new york state itself. but farther to the south, in the poconos itself, we're seeing moderate color, just low color across much of the rest of the area, so we're going to have to wait probably a couple of weeks for some of the peak colors to start making their way down to the lower latitudes and the lower elevations. as a matter of fact, as we go into this week, may be talking about record warmth, we'll get into that in a few minutes.
all right, let's take a look at the headlines now at 4:30, philadelphia police continue to investigate the death of a 17-year-old student who died at the wordsworth academy today, the teen may have been put into a head lock by a staffer trying to restrain him. the school says they're shocked and saddened but can't comment about the situation. two teens are dead after a wreck on roosevelt boulevard. the car collided with the suv and a 16 and 19-year-old in the car were killed. and the boulevard is considered one of the most dangerous roads in america. septa union will decide if they will vote to authorize a strike. if approved, workers would walk off the job november 1. they will not return on election day if an agreement is not reached. they are asking for a higher cap on pensions.
a computer outage overnight caused delays and cancellations around the world. passengers complained on social media about the delays lasting six hours, the glitch is now fixed. there were plenty of memorable moments from the second presidential debate last sunday. >> but how about the debate danceoff? >> going to be choosing a president who will -- >> still ahead, the ellen show has a laugh with hillary clinton, where the debate stage breaks down into a dance floor. plus what doctors are saying about the impact of a pregnant woman's fitness routine on the health of her as well as her unborn baby. and you voted and the winner of the nbc 10 high school blitz game of the week, penn wood at academy park, be sure to walk tonight at 11:00 for full highlights from the game.
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if you're pregnant, you don't have to give up exercise, even a strenuous workout. that's based on new research that finds that exercising late in pregnancy won't hurt the baby's hurt or lead to premature labor. turns out -- they're feeling stressed out. more than half of adults taking a recent survey say the presidential election is a significant source for their stress. republicans feeling the weight of the election slightly more than democrats and people over the age of 70 or in their 20s and early 30s say they're feeling the most stressed out. it's that time of year to get flyered up. >> the team opening up the season on the road today, ahead the city's celebration to start the season, and what makes this
year historic for the hockey including. glenn? >> temperatures are going to take a tumble tonight before a gorgeous weekend. i'm tracking the temperatures in your neighborhood to help you plan ahead. coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00, who's twisting the facts? we put our fact checkers to work on donald trump and hillary clinton over what they have been saying on the campaign trail this week. most people owe the bank.
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this advertising. more breaking news right now into nbc 10, new jersey governor chris christie has signed legislation to hike the state's gas tax by 23 cents, that tax hike will pay for transportation projects. it's expected to go into effect november 1, that's two weeks from this tuesday. stay tuned with nbc 10 for more
developments on this breaking. this is not our election, we are going to be choosing a president who will set policy for, not just for eight years, but because of some of the important decisions we have to make here at home and around the world. >> that's hillary clinton right there in an obvious media spoof, don't you think from sunday's debate. clinton was a guest on the ellen show today. she's shown having that standoff with ken bone who asked that question during the ellen style debate. >> ken bone's 15 minutes of fame getting extended. . it's time to get flyered up. >> the flyers open up their 50th anniversary season tonight and tonight the city celebrated.
>> the 50th season is officially under way. >> jim kenney dropped the golden puck. a number of flyers alumni and exgirls were there to help the fans get ready for the season. the flyers take on the los angeles king. on thursday they host the anaheim ducks. >> is it going to feel kind of icy tonight? not that cold, right, glenn? >> it's going to be feeling pretty chilly tonight, but during the next week, we're going to be seeing some really warm weather, very unoctoberish. this is an october feel that we have, temperatures with bright sunshine in the low to mid 60s, in the city of philadelphia itself, we have got 65 at the airport, and 66 at mantioch.
we have a frost advisory tonight, we're starting off at a low level and with the clear skies and low humidity, the temperature will drop significantly later. most of new jersey and a lot of pennsylvania aside from the i-5 corridor itself. here's the future cast hour by hour and we're not seeing any kind of rain approaching even during the day saturday. there's something at the top of the screen as we go into sunday, but that's a long way away and even by monday, this stuff may not make it all the way into our region. so, what is going to make it, temperatures in the 80s and we're not just talking about one day of it. we got the 68 tomorrow, 74
sunday, then near 80 monday, tuesday, wednesday look pretty likely to be in the 80s, wednesday's record high is only 80 degrees. so we have got a real good chance of breaking that record as we go into the middle of the week. the warm air, coming in from the midwest there's no real cold air on the map, not in this part of the country, look how much of the country is warm on tuesday. and even into wednesday, now starting thursday, that warm air starts to move out, and the end of next week is going to be drastically different from what we're going to be seeing in the middle of the week as you'll see in the 10-day. temperatures go down pretty quickly tonight. into the 30s by tomorrow morning. and patchy frost in many parts of the area, especially the usually colder spots.
and then we're all in the 60s tomorrow, but getting closer to the 70-degree mark in many cases. weekend forecast showing how much warmer sunday is, we could see some fog first thing in the morning, some low clouds, but temperatures rebound nicely as the sun comes out during the afternoon. now here's that 10-day forecast, there's the 80, 83, 84, sunshine, and then things change a little bit later in the week as we go through the rest of the 10-day. some rain coming in blperhaps a early as thursday and then the temperatures are going down, down, down, highs only in the 60s by next weekend. >> i thought the 80s were over. we're not going to see the 80s for another six months or so. >> we have seen records of 80 plus, so it's not that unusual, but wednesday we may just break a record. the susan g. komen three-day
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eagles quarterback carson wentz. >> nbc 10 traveled to north dakota where the birds' qb is a big deal and that extends well beyond his home state. john clark has the story. >> vice president joe biden saw carson wentz's nfl debut in person and he made sure to tell his boss about it. >> he told me, barack, you got to get on the wentz wagon. >> my wife's a philly girl. and i'm getting so damned angry, she's getting so excited about wentz, i can't stand it, you know what i mean? >> and even chelsea clinton tweeted out a picture of her son getting a little wentz jersey, her husband is a devoted eagles fan. back in downtown fargo, doug bergham is the republican candidate for governor. >> the kid's a hometown hero,
before he even gets drafted. >> reporter: outside north dakota's state campus is the bison, inside the fargo dome, carson's image is a big one. >> he is a classic north dakotan, straight forward, straight laced, honest, has a great sense of humor and he's passionate about life. >> perhaps that's the reason his flag flies so high at the bison tailgate. >> drop that down into the bottom of the weight. the hopper just sits on the water. >> that's normally used for ice fishing, on bison saturdays, it becomes a home for tailgating and talking carson wentz. >> he's the ambassador and he represents north dakota and
north dakota people appreciate him, like him want to be a part of him. wentz mania, that's just a sample of what's in store for our "from wentz he came" special. nbc 10 getting you ready for the birds' next big game on the road with the redskins, the power hour of coverage beginning at 9:30 saturday morning. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. a student dead at a philadelphia school after staff there restrained him. >> we're life with what police know so far about his death. plus, donald trump defending himself again against sexual allegations while president obama goes on the attack. we're tracking all of the campaign headlines in decision 2016. well you can see frost where you live tonight, we'll track how cold it's going to be ahead of a beautiful weekend and a real warmup.
sexual assault allegations, but the proof his campaign is promising hasn't come out yet. and we begin with a philadelphia student restrained by staff at his school, now he is dead and police do not know why. >> investigators say they need to get final autopsy results before they know how the 17-year-old died. nbc 10's deanna durante joins us at the wordsworth academy. what have you been able to find out? >> reporter: we can tell you the philadelphia police tonight are telling us that the teen got into an altercation with school staff last night sometime before 9:00. we're told that the teen basically ransacked his room, that he flipped over furniture, that he destroyed fixtures and while he was being aphysically restrained by staff he became
unresponsive. >> my son has had to be physically restrained while he's been there and there has been marks left on him. >> gwen timmons doesn't know the victim, but she does know the facility. she's not sure if she can remove her son from wordsworth academy. a residential treatment student was found to be in possession of a stolen ipod. the teen became combative. and sources tell nbc 10 that that student was restrained on the fourth floor by staffers. medical staff was there when the teen was being restrained. about 10 minutes later the teen was pronounced dead. >> i don't have a problem with him being here. if he feels safe. >> reporter: this mother says her son was a resident here, he did in the see or here any of