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offense, number 78. five-yard penalty. and replay the try. >> al: sirles, the right tackle. >> cris: sirles moved first. may have been a little movement. but unless you cross that line, it doesn't matter. >> al: now, you have got the 7 yard line, they flex the tight end, rudolph, all the way to the left. three receivers to the right. bradford looks over the middle. and whoa. where was that? ten feet high. not even close to keep it at 17-15. and obviously, they try an onside kick and if dallas recovers, that will be that. >> cris: let's see if sam bradford can get this in on the end of the play. a blow to the helmet, could have been called. should have been called, a blow
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to the helmet of the quarterback. enough force we've seen those called. and sam bradford calling for it. tony corrente did not see it. it was to the shoulder pads. it was not. >> al: not at all. that was cedric thornton, getting away with it. corrente doesn't see the shoulder pad as we see. and they get away the it. >> cris: the arm on the shoulder pad blocked the arm on the face mask, from the view of corrente, back off of the quarterback's right. >> al: we know a lot of you joined us late. mike zimmer underwent emergency eye surgery. not here. has to be at home. priefer is the interim head coach. and onside kick will determine
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if this game will go on or not. and witten hasn't caught a ball tonight. but he makes the catch there. so, the streak will be over. but the dallas cowboys are going to be on their way to another win. i just want to quickly acknowledge graham tinker passing at the age of 90. he was instrumental of building nbc into a tremendous network during his tenure. a beloved man by everybody who worked for him and all of his pals. our sympathies to the family. he was a special human being. >> cris: got a chance to meet him, thanks to you. it was great. >> al: he was something else. the dallas cowboys will get the weekend off. their next game is a week from sunday night, against the giants on "sunday night football." so, we will be there for that one. will go in there 11-1.
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the giants are 8-3. pittsburgh coming up on sunday, to try to keep pace with them. only loss this season for the cowboys was to the giants, by one point on opening day. so, find out about mike zimmer and minnesota's next game is a week from sunday. they two to jacksonville. whether mike can make it or not, we don't know. bradford trying to lead that comeback, comes up short. but coming up next, the volkswagen postgame report. "thursday night football" presented by bud light.
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welcome to "the folks volkswagen gulf alltrack game report." >> the minnesota vikings hold zeke elliott to less than 90 yards rushing since week two. and yet, the dallas cowboys emerge with their 11th-consecutive victory here on "thursday night football." winning a football game. a tight one, 17-15, here in minnesota. heather cox, moments ago, with dak prescott. >> you came into a hostile environment, on the road against a top two defense. what went right tonight? >> we stuck together. we played a great defense. but we always believe in ourselves. and we stuck together after some
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turnovers, some bad things happen. things didn't go our way. but we stayed together. >> 11-consecutive wins. and we talked yesterday. there's no stage too big. what's the key to you staying so composed and so confident during this run? >> my teammates and coaches. we have a great group of veterans that have been here that have done this. just keep us all under control, just allow us to go out and have fun. >> congratulations. let's go upstairs to al. >> thank you, heather. a year that starts with tony romo in preseason. and opening-day loss to the giants. they're a team you can see it now. and they figure out different ways to win the game. and they certainly did tonight. >> let's say this. that was an ugly game tonight, for the dallas cowboys. they did it in an atypical fashion tonight because the time of possession, much more in favor of the minnesota vikings. mistakes and penalties. and end drives.
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they found a way to win. and as much as anything tonight, they went on special teams. it was the big turnover down there, that led to the go ahead touchdown. special teams, a big difference all night tonight. >> the irony in that, was zimmer not able to coach. and priefer the interim head coach. the one special teams guy that works with everybody. and the thielen play, that was really close, was the play of the game, though. >> and sam bradford hung in there. this is an offense that is struggling to put something together. they did on occasion. and did it on the two-point conversion and get the penalty. and don't catch a break on the officials from the last one. >> dallas, 11-1. and minnesota at .500 after the great start. they are 6-6. we'll have more of the postgame report when we come back to minneapolis after this. "when the ship comes in" by the hollies
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breaking news. block burning in allen toin. several row homes catch fire, forcing neighbors to evacuate. we're live on the scene. and a deadly fire in philadelphia. we're live with what neighbors heard just before this fire started. plus surprise announcement. the president-elect fills a key role in his cabinet in one of his first public events since his election victory. >> announcer: nbc10 breaking news. jim rosenfield. we begin with that breaking news in the lehigh valley. a block in allentown forced to evacuate when several row homes caught fire tonight. nbc10's keith jones is joining us live on the scene together. what's the latest there, keith?
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>> reporter: jim, i just talked to a homeowner. all he could do was look me in the face and shake his head and walk away. i want to show you what's going on behind me. stepping out of the way, look at all the fire trucks here. dozens of firefighters just beyond the smoke and the haze and the police tape. and if you pan over to the right, what you can start to see is where the active flames are currently and how firefighters now are stoking them at the top of the fielding. firefighters are hitting the flames from at least six different locations. at least a dozen fire trucks here. at least six row homes are involved. this is north fulton as six families, 12 people according to the red cross. they warn those numbers could be preliminary, and they're low. we got here hours ago. this fire started around 8:00 in the middle of the block. a family called 911, got their kids out of the house. firefighters tell me it started in the back of their home and then quickly spread. now the block is evacuated. firefighters are all over
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liberty and fulton, even behind the homes fighting this three-alarm fire. i talked to fire captain john christopher about the challenge now of suppressing the fire. >> a male adult and two children, they noticed the fire and were able to get out immediately and call 911. these are attached row homes. it has spread. we do have extension. so far, there are about six homes involved. >> reporter: it appears now firefighters are just starting to control this fire. what you're looking at is firefighters poking to open up the house to expose those flames to the three hoses. i want to reiterate here no one has been hurt. but, again, at least 12 families -- 12 people, i should say, and six families lost everything. imagine it's just weeks before christmas. we're going to stay out here as firefighters continue to battle this blaze. live in allentown, keith jones, nbc10 news. we're following more breaking news right now, this
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time in philadelphia. one person is dead in this fire in cobbs creek. witnesses say they heard a big boom before this fire started. nbc10's drew smith live on the scene tonight. drew, what do we know so far? >> reporter: jim, still a lot of cleanup to do and investigating. if you take a look at the building right now, you can still see fire crews up on the second floor. the fire is out, but several of the surrounding buildings have been damaged here, and it was in that second floor apartment where someone lost their life tonight. flames shot out of the second floor of a row home at the corner of callowhill and 64th streets. >> a big giant boom happened. it kind of shook the neighborhood. >> reporter: firefighters arrived in just three minutes, but it would take much longer to put this out. they began blasting water on the flames, an aggressive search and rescue effort followed. but it ended tragically. >> pretty tough fire fight. 40 minutes and unfortunately, you know, an outcome that we would not have wished, and our
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thoughts and prayers go out to the family. >> reporter: firefighters found com pressed gas cylinders inside. >> it sounded like some kind of tanks. the guy who lived there, he had breathing problems. >> reporter: some families evacuated their homes, later returning once the flames died down, shocked to hear their neighbor was done. >> once i came outside, it was exploded. it was dangerous. it was really unsafe. >> reporter: we're told eight people will have to find another place to sleep right now. they've been displaced by this fire. the fire marshal is also investigating, trying to figure out what exactly caused this to begin. live in the cobbs creek section of philadelphia, i'm drew smith, nbc10 news. tonight we're getting a look at the person of interest in the case of an explosion at a center city home. look at this photo right here. the person believed to be a man is captured on surveillance cameras on both pine and lombard streets the morning of november 20th.
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someone dropped off a package with an explosive at jim alden's home last week and when alden opened it, it exploded. he survived, but look at this. he suffered shrapnel injuries to his face and his torso and his hands. so far, no motive has been revealed. a surprise development tonight in the transition to president-elect donald trump during his first rally since being elected. he announced his picture for secretary of defense. it came as he teased the crowd not to tell anyone. >> we are going to appoint "mad dog" mattis as our secretary of defense. >> mr. trump said the official announcement won't come until monday. mat sis a retired marine corps general and has served in iraq and led the u.s. central command. but because mattis has only been out of the military for three years, he needs a congressional waiver to override a law that requires a seven-year wait.
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democratic senator kristen jill brand said she would vote against it. today's speech was part of the president-elect's first stop on his thank you tour in cincinnati, ohio. >> there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall. we didn't break it. we shattered that sucker. >> mr. trump called his election night victory a landslide and spoke about his win in pennsylvania. he promised to grow the economy, shrink taxes, and rebuild an energy-independent america. earlier in the day, the president-elect went to indiana to celebrate a deal he says keeps hundreds of jobs in the united states. he toured the carrier plant along with vice president-elect and indiana governor mike pence. indiana is offering the air-conditioning giant $7 million in incentives to keep about 1,000 jobs in this country, another 1,300 jobs are still slated to go to mexico with the closure of another indiana carrier plant. in a matter of hours,
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philadelphia officials will begin recounting the election results. a recount is set for friday at about 75 precincts in the city. the green party is still pushing for a statewide recount in pennsylvania. a hearing on that is set for monday. today lawyers for president-elect trump filed an objection to a recount in another battleground state, michigan. former green party candidate jill stein, who has spearheaded the recount effort in three states, called mr. trump's objection, quote, shameful and outrageous, end quote. a vote recount in wisconsin got started today as well. workers have until december 12th to finish counting there. and tonight a discussion at drexel university focused on the impact the election might have on public health. a panel of faculty and students came together for the discussion hosted by drexel's dornsife school of public health. they talked about the changes that could come to the affordable care act. current health policies along with the environment. but organizers say there was one main message.
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>> two ensure that the public's health is preserved, that marginalized groups aren't lost in what's happening and to think about ways to raise up the voices p people who might not otherwise have a voice. >> students at the event also expressed concern about how the lgbtq community and immigrants will be treated in a trump administration. turning to our weather now, and finally a dry night to check out those holiday lights. nbc10 in montgomery county where people were out enjoying the break from the rain. let's take a live look at center city. 8th and market streets. dry pavement out there finally. but you definitely need a warm coat. temperatures will keep getting colder through the weekend. meteorologist sheena parveen is tracking the conditions where you live and work in our first alert neighborhood forecast. sheena, it's cold out there. >> it's going to get colder as we go overnight tonight. nice, dry picture of center city. temperature, 44 degrees right now. the winds are not gusting like they were earlier.
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sustained right around 14 miles an hour, but it's still breezy outside. in the lehigh valley, 30s right now. 35 in allentown. 44 degrees wilmington. 43, mount holly. as we go overnight tonight, temperatures will continue to drop. tomorrow at 8:30, most of the area will be in the mid-to-upper 30s. it's going to be colder, clearer, and still breezy tomorrow morning. then we go into the afternoon. about the mid-to-upper 40s, so make sure you have the jacket with you. it's going to be colder as we go through the weekend too. i'll show you that forecast coming up. from the nbc10 delaware bureau, tonight, the wilmington fire department is in mourning for one of its own. the fire commissioner announced the death of senior firefighter ardy hope. she's now one of three firefighters who died battling a row home fire in september. hope had been in intensive care and was listed in critical but stable condition this earlier
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week. christopher leach and jerry fickes were the other two firefighters killed in that blaze. and 27-year-old ruiz was arrested and charged with murder. she lived in the home with her father and stepmother and admitted setting the fire. in the lehigh valley, a middle school student is in trouble with the law tonight after school officials found a loaded gun in her locker. the girl goes to south mountain middle school. reports are other students found out about the gun and notified school officials. the girl is charged with possession of a weapon on school property. a bold move to try to save lives at school. officials in one jersey shore county now have a new tool to prevent deaths from overdoses. today nurses, athletic directors, and others at every ocean county school were armed with narcan nasal spraz kits. they were trained how to use the spray, which can reverse overdoses from heroin and other opioids. it's a first in the garden state. many school nurses say it's
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something they never imagined they would ever need. >> frightening. i've been a school nurse for many years now, and i've never seen anything like this. >> the spray was provided for free by a pharmaceutical company. officials say there has been one overdose in ocean county schools and at least one other in camden county. up next, off the hook. philadelphia city council looking to make it harder to tow your car. nbc10's brandon hudson talks to a tow company owner about his plan to fight those changes. plus a holiday surprise courtesy of the phillies. the special guest other than the fanatic, who came to a party with a group of seniors tonight.
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tow companies think it unfairly targets them and will hurt business. nbc10's brandon hudson has the story. >> reporter: on front street in philly's kensington neighborhood, bar owner tony santiago said he's had some problems with one of the city's private towing companies. santiago told us a company would illegally place towing signs on his property without his permission. >> this company came in and all of a sudden they started towing cars out of here. >> reporter: it's examples like that one which got the attention of city council woman maria quinones sanchez. she created a bill requiring police to ticket a car before it's towed from a private lot or driveway. >> they can ensure that they are not stealing your car from a spot that is not regulated and permitted to allow towing operations. >> reporter: her bill is a reinforcement of sorts of law mayor jim kenney sponsored when he was a councilman in 2010. >> when that bill came into effect, 2010, and 11, and 12, it
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devastated me. it ate up all my savings. >> reporter: towing company owner lou blum is trying to fight sanchez's bill and the one created by councilman william greenly, which would penalize towers who don't adhere to the city's established law after a car accident. >> if the police are called or respond in any way to an accident, only one company, the company that's on the rotational list, can deal with the vehicle. >> reporter: green lee says several rogue towers forced this action. but blum thinks it's unfairly targeting companies that follow the rules. the longtime owner told me he would like to unionize all private towers. >> i want to make them a union. then they will have someone to listen to. they will have rules and regulations. they will have a code of ethics. >> reporter: a vote to make both bills into laws will happen next thursday. in center city, i'm brandon hudson, nbc10 news. strutting the runway and
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giving back. the annual evening of style and grace brought out the stars tonight in center city. hundreds were on hand for the fashion show fund raiser at the university of arts. it's put on by famed local songwriter kenny gamble and his wife. nbc10 is one of the sponsors of the event. all the money raised goes to three education and community development programs. three, two, one. merry christmas. >> christmas in camden. dozens of residents turned out for the annual tree lighting ceremony there. the 32 foot tree was directed by camden's department of public works. let's take a live look at the blue cross river rink at penn's landing where the christmas tree will be aglow coming this time tomorrow night. if you can't get to the rink for tomorrow's tree lighting, you can watch it live right here on nbc10. look who is going to be there. tracy, vie, bill, jessica. they're all going to be broadcasting live.
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7:00 p.m. tomorrow night. and sheena could be dry finally for the festivities there tomorrow night as well. >> jim, i think the weather is going to be great. just have the heavy coat because it's going to be a cold once once the sun sets tomorrow. for the rest of tonight and overnight, it's going to stay a little windy out there and colder as we go through the overnight hours. tomorrow morning, you'll notice temperatures even colder. so the bus stop temperatures will be mostly in the 30s. by 7:30 in the morning, 33 in allentown, 36 in philadelphia. 38 degrees in atlantic city. quakertown, 32. trenton, 35 degrees. it is going to be a cold start tomorrow. the afternoon a little colder than today. but both weekend days, we expect highs mainly in the 40s. so it is going to feel quite a bit cooler as we go through the weekend. the good news is it will be nice and dry. here's a look at temperatures now. most of us are in the low 40s. the clouds have quickly cleared and that's helping temperatures drop. but now look at the lehigh
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valley. blandon coming in 39 degrees. kutztown at 37 degrees. if you're in allentown, you're already at 36 degrees as well as white hall township at 36 degrees as well. bath and bethlehem both coming in in the upper 30s. lehigh valley obviously going to be one of the coldest spots tomorrow morning. already in the 30s now. here are the high temperatures, though as we go into the next few days. today we hit a around 63, but that was very early in the morning. and tomorrow, 51. saturday, 49. sunday, 47. normal high is 50, but temperatures will be trending down. even as we go into next week, it's going to stay on the colder side. live look at the satellite and radar. we're dry. you'll see more sunshine tomorrow, but as we go into next week, we're going to see a pattern change. this starts this sunday. that's when the map starts. the colder air will be here. but watch what happens as we go into next week. that arctic air mass drops down from canada, and it moves right
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over us as we go into next friday. so that is a week from tomorrow, and i'm showing you that because we actually expect high temperatures in the upper 30s because of that arctic air. now, here's your weekend forecast. 51 degrees philadelphia tomorrow. 52 for south jersey neighborhoods. for saturday, most areas will be in about the upper 40s. 52 along the shore. 47 degrees, pennsylvania suburbs on saturday. sunday will be a day where we're mostly in the mid-to-upper 40s. you see the temperatures are going to be cooling down quite a bit. going into next week, we start dry on monday, around 50 degrees. rain chances return on tuesday. wednesday and thursday, back in the 50s. but then look at friday. windy, high possibly 39 degrees. stay tuned. we'll be right back. ♪ think of your fellow man. ♪ lend him a helping hand. ♪ put a little love in your heart. ♪ ♪ take a good look around... ♪ ...and if you're lookin' down, ♪
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