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father, how keeper and employee, septa is joe car row way's lowsest ally. he says the septa strike feels like the enemy. c >> the fab fare was about $10. >> the strike also meant waking up his superhero daughter still sleepy from halloween extra early. >> i had to catch a cab for me but i had to take my younger daughter to work because her mom usually takes her to school around 8:00. >> reporter: he doesn't own a car, so with septa busses, subways and trolly routes all a part of the strike, that's put a stress on his family. >> i'm hoping they get this
taken care of in the next couple of hours. you know? i don't want this go on at all. >> reporter: and the beginning of our story, you were looking at the stackup on broad street, this is the traffic that's piling up right here along spring garden as we speak. also, guys, i want to also let you know that earlier in the day, a look here behind us. the bike share program, independence blue cross and blue shield, this entire bike rack, it was empty, we'll be watching this through the week, i imagine it could empty out. >> and our team coverage continues from sky force 10, nbc 10's george spencer is keeping afternoon eye on things in above. george, what do you see right now? >> reporter: jacqueline big problems related to regional rail are now adding insult to injury on this first day of the streak. these regional rail trains are not moving and septa is now
confirming to us that they are having to cancel a number of this evening's regional rail trains all related to disruption from picketers, they say strike related picketers are blocking access to some of the facilities where regional rail train crews typically report to work. that is causing septa to then cancel a number of the regional rail trains that were scheduled to be the backup, the fail safe for commuters who are typically used to relying on this city division. those regional rails of course go in and out of center city, they were meant to carry many of the commuters who were left stranded on this strike's city division subways and busses. but again, septa is now saying that many of its regional rail trains will be cancelled tonight because the pickets are blocking access for the work crews who would typically be operating those regional rail trains.
it's something we're going to be monitoring over the next 2 1/2 hour, along with the traffic. that is the latest along with sky force 10. >> so the impact widening there. and nbc 10's first alert traffic report reporter. >> we want to start with the mass transit, subways, busses, trollies, the market train and the broad street subway, and trollies 15, 13, 34 and 36 all are not running. that is where we were relying on the regional rail service to supply us with more passengers being brought around, but now as you just heard, the regional rail is dealing with severe delays and trains aren't even allowed to leave the stigs right now because of that strike activity. specific trains for trenton right now are being cancelled because of crew shortages as
well. so a big mess out there, even with what was suppose to be our back up. and once you get to the roads, the vine street expressway, we're pretty much gridlocked westbound and eastbound. moving toward the schuylkill expressway, a little slower than norm until some spots. 22 minutes into center city into the blue route to the vine treat express way. right now no new talks are scheduled between the union and septa. but we're keeping a very close watch on the sheraton hotel, that's where negotiations would take place, we'll have a live update coming up from randy gyllenhaal, he's also asking about the impact on election day. remember, nbc has you covered
from the time you leave home until the time you return. when you wake up in the morning, we're on at 4:00 a.m. to help you get out the door so you can make it to work on time, or at least try, and when you leave the house, take the nbc 10 app with you, that's where you'll find our septa survival guide. an eagle player has been arrested. >> a source within the camden county prosecutors office tells nbc 10 that marijuana and a gun were found in his car during a traffic stop. harris only had a permit to carry the gun in texas which wouldn't be legal in new jersey. huff has now been charged with unlawful possession of a weapon. huff of course has been with the
eagles since 2014, he's been a key special teams player this season. the eagles released this statement saying, quote, we're aware of the incident today involving josh huff, at this point we are gathering more information. we'll update you as we learn more information about this. >> hillary trump now has a five-point lead in pennsylvania. >> both donald trump and running mate mike pence spoke with voter es in king of prussia today. >> first of all, they are here, a joint visit to the philadelphia suburbs just added to the schedule yesterday and they're talking about an issue
that could resonate with independents even democrats, health care costs. in the critical philadelphia subu suburbs, mike pence stirring the crowd with this message. >> momentum is on our side, the latest polls have donald trump leading nationwide in the race for president of the united states. >> a new franklin and marshall poll showing trump down in pennsylvania. >> reporter: do you think heck close the gap before election day. >> he's already closing the gap. >> if he don't repeal and replace obama care, we will destroy american health care forever. it's one of the single most important reasons why we must win on november 8. >> reporter: the crowd here full of supporters, republicans, elected officials watching and helping trump fight to turn pennsylvania red.
do you remember another election when pennsylvania had such a focus on it? >> i'm trying to remember, not really, no. this is -- and it seems like everybody wants to vote now and get involved. >> you hear both sides, so you know, i think this is going to be a close race. my daughter turns 18 tomorrow and she is registered to vote and i can honestly tell you she doesn't know which way to go. >> reporter: trump reaching out to younger voters today. >> this is particularly unfair to millennials and younger americans generally who will be societily crushed by these massive health care costs before they even get started on their journey through life. >> reporter: one more week to convince them, their parents and neighbors to convince them he should get their vote. this is not the first time the trump campaign chose the philadelphia region for a policy address rather than rally. remember he also addressed foreign policy in philadelphia. we'll take a deeper dive into the donald trump-pence plan to
replace obama care. >> and we're learning more about melania trump's return to our area. she's going to speak at a campaign rally in berwyn county. this is her first public speech since she plagerized michelle obama at the republican convention. sources tell nbc news hillary clinton is unlikely to talk about the fbi e-mail probe or director james comey at those evoeen events. >> commuters are now -- pump prices are now 23 cent a gallon
more than they were yesterday. >> well, we knew it was to come. >> we're going to get you one way or the other in this state. >> voters get the final say on where the money goes coming up on election day a week from today. aaa tells us they have already seen prices as high as $2.30 a a gallon in south jersey. but now delaware has the lowest average in the region at just $2.07 a gallon. in about a week, we could be paying even more for gas after a deadly explosion. it's the second accident and shutdown in two months. investigators say construction crews hit the pipeline igniting the gas and sparking a blast, it killed a worker and injured five others. that mpine line is expected to e
shut down making fuel shortages more severe this time around. >> and in baltimore, the scene of deadly brush cra lly bus cra a deadly explosion. two foreign allies of new jersey governor chris christie are charged with scheming to punish a democratic mayor who did not endorse christie in 2013. today a jury asked whether the defendants have been convicted of conspiracy even if they didn't believe the lane closures were meant to punish the mayor. the judge said yes. bill cosby is in court
trying to get his case thrown out. nbc 10's erin coleman is joining us live now in our breaking news center with the latest developments from the courtroom. >> today's arguments all center around a deposition cosby gave back in 2005. lawyers say he gave the deposition because the prosecutor promised he would not prosecute cosby. he and constand settled -- in that deposition, cosby admits to obtaining quaaludes to give to women. the defense attorneys argued that cosby would never have agreed to answer questions had he not been giving a promise he would not be charged in constand's case. earlier in this case, he made it
clear that cosby would never be prosecuted in the case against constand. the agreement paved the way for constand to sue cosby. now prosecutors say the deposition is fair game because there was nothing in writing from caster. we're live in the breaking news center, erin coleman, nbc 10 news. the push for pre-k brought the -- speak about expanding excess to kids -- she was joined by governor tom wolf. they talked about philadelphia's pre-k program and how to make it work across the nation. >> at the federal level, we have to do what we can for the development, training and increased salaries of the provider who is want our decisions to be evidence based and today we heard the facts about what works.
congratulations philadelphia, congratulations pennsylvania. >> last month open enrollment began in philadelphia allowing 2,000 3 and four yiel-year-olds pre-k. the american beverage association, distributors have -- a park in old city has a whole new look. it used to be called firehouse park, thanks to an improvement project by old city grain, old city district. the park now has new pavers, trees and furniture. it looks beautiful. >> we understand the next couple of days are going to be great for going to the park. temperatures go, up, up, up. >> up big-time, we went up a little bit today, but we're going to take a huge jump as we go into tomorrow. the clouds are increased this afternoon and that's prevented
the temperature from going up even more, but it got to 57 yesterday, it's already 60 degrees in philadelphia. 59 with more sunshine in south jersey. and in delaware, than what we're seeing elsewhere. in philadelphia right now, we are seeing most places at or above 60 degrees, we have got 61 it graduate hospital. tarsdale, fox chase, and tomorrow a lot of those numbers are going to be in the 70s, why? because of this. it's even 75 in fig rigchicago now. by tomorrow, 75, thursday 78 and we're talking about getting pretty close to record legals then. part of it would be more cloud cover, there's no rain on the radar anywhere nearby. so there is no real threat even
though it might seem a little bit threatening after the moment. we do have dry conditions tonight and into tomorrow. and into thursday morning. but as we go through thursday, it's dry, it's warm, it's way up in the 70s, by later on in the afternoon, we have showers, maybe a thunderstorm, with this front, does not look like it's as strong as the one on sunday and then that moves through and we dry out and really cool down for friday. it's going to get really cold. but on thursday, it's really warm. philadelphia is 80 degrees, best chance of breaking records, atlantic city. now tomorrow, we're not at record levels, but that's quite a bit warmer than it has been. the low temperatures only in the 40s.
we saw a lot of 30s this morning. 73 degrees in redding tomorrow afternoon. west chester, in philadelphia, temperatures into the city. 74 degrees, hadden field 73, gla glassboro 73 degrees. in delaware, dover, also and in dover, 73 degrees. as we go into thursday, it jumps up. friday it crashes again. 's 20 degrees lower than in most places. the suburbs from the showers late thursday, into the colder winds on friday and hardly any part of the area even gets to 60 degrees by friday. >> back to our strike coverage.
>> jessica is keeping an eye on the roads. >> i know there's a major impact, jessica. >> there is a major impact, specifically which what we knew earlier this morning. sub busses, trollies and the brood street now the regional rails were in service all morning, it's supposed to be a backup so to speak. now the regionals are dealing with -- due to some strike activity from even leaving the station right now. they're also 20 minutes late for the paisley thorndale line. so we're checking in with drive times here-mile-per-hour, us clocking in, here's the vine street expressway, both directions pretty much look the
same. 37-mile-per-hour approaching, route one, so over in new jersey, typical slow speeds right there, almost into the low 30s as well. so we're seeing slow speeds around the area, and we'll be here to keep you updated. >> our team coverage continues now from sky force 10, nbc 10's george spencer is keeping an eye out from above. >> an unexpected wrench already been thrown into this difficult commute. septa telling us the striking picketers are causing problems. just moments ago at the fern rock rail yard, we saw a group of picketers appear to be camped out around one of the entrances, picketers are actually blocking access to some of the facilities where regional rail train crews report to work. the big development and impact of that, that is forcing septa to then cancel a, quote, significant number of those regional rail trains for this evening's rush hour.
that is a big problem for thousands and thousands of people. you can see a lot of these regional rail trains sitting stagnant. you have the people who typically rely on bridge rail on an every day basis who are being left stranded because of this and all of the additional people who were expecting to ride regional rail as a backup because none of septa's major services are up and running. it's an issue we will be following as regional rail hits a big and unexpected pickup during this rush hour of the strike. >> let's not forget a biggest story is traffic trouble. >> we will keep you updated on what is happening throughout the afternoon. plus a relaxing dip in the pool turned into anything but for this couple.
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it is the first day of this septa strike and we know there is a huge impact already. what we are being told right now is that picketers are
on the tracks at 30th street station right now. and we already know that regional rail has been delayed because of picketers and blo blockages of different roads. >> we have heard that different rails are going to be cancelled because workers can't get to the trains because of picketers. riders say they heard the announcement that picketers were
on the tracks. we here at nbc 10 will keep an eye on it for you. in the meantime, the world series heads back to cleveland tonight. this is a live look at progre progressive field. where the first look at game 6 scheduled just after 8:00 tonight, the indians up one game in the series against the cubs 3-2. and one cleveland indians fan hopes she gets to win the series again. she was in her mid 30s when the indians played in the 1948 world series. today six grand kids, eight great grandchildren and four great, great grandkids later, she says it's finally time. >> i am going to tell you i am open for the best. >> during the 1948 game, she and her husband had to sit on a bench for the game. that's because the game was oversold. >> she has a great smile, too. what would you do if you
were in a hotel pool and a 6-foot crocodile jumped right in? >> that's what happened to a couple in zimbabwe. see the animal at the bottom of the screen, the man jumped out but he left the woman in there to fight the crock alone. he's out of there, and he left her in there. many of us will still be eating the candy for days to come. >> but major malls and stores are already moving on from halloween to the holidays. how you can take advantage of early black friday deals weeks before the start of the holiday shopping season. >> breaking news on the septa strike, now having an impact on the regional rail service. live team coverage continues next on nbc 10 news at 4:00. you out. no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice so outrageous, most states
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on stday one of the step that strike in the past 30 minutes. septa announced that it's canceling a number of regional rail trains now because picketers are blocking septa employees from getting to work. here's a look from sky force 10 giving us a bird's-eye view. first we want to know what's being done to bring this strike to an end. >> let's go to nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal. joining us live in center city with on update. randy, what can you tell us? >> septa says they're sitting at the table ready to talk.
despite the fact that -- on day one of this strike, there is still no deal. >> reporter: in the northeast, frankford depot is bustling with rail traffic, but now virtually empty. >> wilma williams wants management to reform her pension plan, it's one major stick point in these negotiations. >> people that are retiring today cannot afford to live off of that. i thank god i'm not retiring no time soon. but it is my concern. >> reporter: but deal makers remain far apart, meeting at the sheraton downtown behind closed doors, city and state officials say they're monitoring the discussions. >> there are hundreds of thousands of people who are trying to get to work, who are trying to get to school, who are trying to get to the store to buy food. this is as disruptive as it can possibly be.
>> we apologize, this is very unfortunate in terms of this s disrupti disruption, but we will get this done. >> reporter: the last septa strike in 2001 lasted for six days and it de -- >> we're urging them to continue to talk, to continue to work on this, and we understand that people are upset and they should be because it's very inconvenient. >> and there is growing concern that this strike could last even longer, possibly into election day, so coming up at 5:30, septa's plan to get a court order if necessary to stop this strike and let people vote, live in center city s randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. and our team coverage continues from sky force 10, next 10's george spencer keeping an eye on the evening rush. george, how have things changed out there?
>> reporter: the big developments are these unexpected impacts today on regional rail, unexpected because regional rail, the trains that you see mostly sitting stagnant as we have been watching just one moving right there. these were the trains that so many thousands of commuters have been counting on using during this strike. septa now telling us that striking picketers have disrupted access for some of the regional rail workers to even get on the trains and begin to set them out on their routes, that is causing septa to cancel a significant number of its regional rail trains during this evening's commute, that's having an impact on the people who not only typically use regional rail to get to the city and back out to the suburbs, but it's al affecting the people that planned to use regional rail during this trial. it is a situation that is unfolding right now during this
evening rush hour, again, a significant number of regional rail cancellations expected, septa is telling commuters to try to find alternate ways to get home. that is the latest live from sky force 10, i'm george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> it could be a long ride home for a lot of people. let's check back with the traffic situation. jessica boyington, anything new? >> we're keeping an eye on the area roads, because of this unexpected delay on the regional rails, dealing with pretty significant delays and cancellations as well. we're seeing significant cancellations out of trenton due to crew shortages, with all of that we expect more cars to be on the roads, a lot of alternates that are suggested are services like uber, lift, taxi services, this is the vine street express way, so moving right through center city. this is westbound and eastbound,
this is eastbound moving through. once you get to the schuylkill expressway, not surprised that it's pretty slow right now, pretty slow in both directions, eastbound or southbound. we look at the area on a whole, the boulevard down to 9-mile-per-hour in some spots, but we're seeing some slower speeds and we'll update you throughout the rest of the evening. >> and nbc 10 has you covered from the time you wake up until the time you head now, we're on right now until 6:30 p.m. bringing you real time traffic updates and new information on any negotiations. then when you wake up in the morning, turn it on next 10, we're on at 4:00 a.m. so you can make it to work on time. when you leave the house, go to our nbc 10 app, that is where you'll find the step that
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"i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" we continue to keep an eye on the situation as a result of the septa strike. this is university city station. you see those workers there in their yellow
vests. here's what's new in just the past couple of minutes. septa staying picketers are not actually blocking the tracks as was rumored and reported earlier, but there are workers that are blocking the way for septa workers to get to their jobs and that is having a significant impact now on regional rail. some of those rail lines are now cancelled and there could be slowdowns as well. we'll keep an eye on the situation as you look at a large number of people there on the platform waiting for a ride home, we presume, this evening.
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a lot 3more cars are on the road right now because people are forced to use that transportation. >> a lot of people having to go to plan b. nbc 10's tim furlong has been checking out conditions out there as well for us. what are you finding, tim? >> reporter: it's kind of cool to see so many bikes on the streets of philadelphia, but a lot of people that aren't used to riding bikes on the streets of philadelphia is causing some problems. a woman named susan, she usually takes septa home. i got my man stacy, and we have
a lift car here, he is a lift driver, we're going to go with susan and over the course of the next hour, we're going to talk about how the septa strike could change things for her. she's coming out from work in just a few minutes. she lives up near franklin hills mall. i don't think a lot of people are going to be able to afford a lift or an uber every day if the strike lasts too long. >> say hi to all your soon to be adoring fans. this strike, i imagine you're not happy with this right now? >> not at all. >> reporter: we're going to get in the car, we're going to join susan, and we're going to come back on live tv as we're driving and she's going to tell us about some of the challenges she's going to face. we're getting in the lift car here for the ride home. ladies first. >> hey, tim, as you get in that
car, what's happening with lift prices, uber pricing as a result of this strike, do you know if there are some changes as a result? >> h >> reporter: hey, stacy, lift prices, have the price changed or are you guys just more busy? >> the price has changed, but lift has given us some promotions for folks who are just catching it. i had a couple of aides tell me that there's -- >> reporter: is is there koor traffic? is it easier without the busses on the roads? >> definitely more traffic, death more people asking for rides from lift, but there's more traffic across the city. >> reporter: let's get going here, guys. >> tim, appreciate the update. nbc 10's george spencer has found more breaking news for us, george? >> yeah, jacqueline, that's
right, a significant response happening right now of a house fire in camden, we are above eighth and elm street in camden, and you can see those flames just roaring through this row home at eight and elm. and frighteningly enough, on this roof, we have seen several firefighters who are battling this blaze from bovm you cabove. you can see them with their picks, as they're poking through the roof as they work to get some water on this fire from the top. but as you can see, there's about four row homes that are packed in there, and row home number three just blazing badly right now as they are working to get water on this fire, you can see there's still quite a lot of black smoke, which means they're still working to get water on it. you can see about four firefighters there on the roof, working to open things up that
way and really add some addit n additional water, from what we can see, it's not clear whether people were home when this fire began. you can even see some of the electrical sparks there as some of the wires catch fire. clearly they have work to evacuate anybody that they could. we will be staying on top of this and keeping an eye on it and let you know as soon as we get word of any injuries and also that they get it under control. but right now you can see a real inferno just roaring through the second floor of this camden home at eighth and elm as the active firefighter continues. >> and you see how dangerous that work ask for those firefighters. let's talk about the weather now. already looking like the holidays, but it is certainly not going to feel like it over the next few days. >> the temperatures really going to take a jump tomorrow, some places still in the 50s across the area, but tomorrow
afternoon, we're going to see most spots in the 70s and that includes all of delaware, again, just about all of these areas are in the 50s right now. not much moisture now, but some clouds blocking the sun out, but there are -- then a cold front comes through and that is going to trigger some showers, might be some thunderstorms, but we're going to get through much of the day on thursday without any of the rain, that will allow temperatures to go up close to record levels, on thursday before we cool down a lot on friday. and the 10-day forecast, look at the temperature jump, 75 tomorrow, 78, near record levels on thursday, could get to 80 on the jersey shore in parts of delaware. then everybody cools down big-time on friday, the weekend
is looking nice, but kind of chilly and election day is looking pretty nice. a lot of sunshine, dry and normal temps. >> all right, glenn. local college student was without a ride to school when her car broke down. >> she said the part that was under recall needed to get fixed. harry hairston and the nbc 10 responds team worked to
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car manufacturer still had not reimbursed her. >> this woman, she paid for the part, the part was under the recall. but the family tells us the reason they weren't getting reimbursed right away left them confused and frustrated. >> reporter: 19-year-old madison cooper just loves her car. >> it's my first car, it's a little old, but it works. >> reporter: the temple student doesn't have much money but she found the car on the cheap. she purchased the car back in may. about a month and a half later it started stalling on her while she was driving. >> madison says it falled two more times before it broke down completely. they had it towed to this service shop near their home. the service center looked at it the next day and said it needed a new ignition. >> reporter: the cost, $490. madison paid for the repair with
cash, tip money she other thear waitress. but there was good news, honda had recalled that part. she contacted the company and it promised to reimburse her for the cost of the repair. >> we called honda and they were very nice initially, they said we need the receipt, and where you had it fixed. we sent it that day. >> reporter: but the coopers say a week later, honda put the brakes on the reimbursement. >> they said we have what we need, however, because your daughter paid cash, we need to see that she took that out of a checking or a savings account. >> remember, cooper used her tips from waitressing to pay for the repair. that means the purchase couldn't be tracked through her bank or credit card, slowi ining down t refund process. >> it didn't make sense so. >> reporter: when honda wouldn't budge, the coopers contacted nbc
10 responds. a week after wehonda, it decided to reimburse the coopers. the company tells us it had to verify that the work was done at an actual shop s and it also apologizes to the coopers if they thought the process took longer than expected. let's look at our refund recovery counter and it brings our total up to $160,211. >> we're following the septa strike and its effect on the ride home. >> we're covering every single angle of the septa strike. coming up at 5:00, we'll have an update on whether the bus, subway
and trolly strike is now impacting regional rail riders.
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