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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. it is friday, august 29 here's what's happening. >> ambushed, rob and shot, an attack in a supermarketting -- supermarket parking lot leaves one man injured and thousands of dollars gone. >> a tractor-trailer careens into a philadelphia home. >> it's going to be a gorgeous weekend. >> reporter: i'll tell you what it's a little cool on the terrace this morning, we've got mainly clear skies, just a couple of light clouds around, satellite is showing you that, a little bit more cloud cover out to the north and west might try to sweep through, but generally speaking it's fair and bright. 52 in allentown mid 50s in trenton and reading. 59 in wilmington, 52 in
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millville. 61 down the shore in sea isle city and the boardwalk in atlantic city. as we roll through the day, 67 by 9:00. 74 by noon. it's a great morning and up to lunchtime get outside and do exercise or walk to the store to run your errands, i like doing that. 3:00 p.m., 80 degrees, warmer, low humidity, 81 is the high around 3:30 or 4:00, and back to 77 by 6:00 p.m. it's more humid tomorrow arena steamy on sunday and monday, matt pellman i'll have details in the seven day. >> reporter: a little bit before 1:00, the truck overturned that was carrying eggs, now crews are scrambling to get everything reopened on the ramps that connect the schuylkill expressway with the roosevelt boulevard and city avenue. the action cam was on the scene when everything happened before 1:00 a.m. there's the truck that flipped over. the driver was out and walking around after the accident, but transported to the hospital to be checked out.
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the ramps that remain closed are the ones from the schuylkill expressway westbound to city avenue. the main lanes of 76 are opened, that's the good news, the ramp to the westbound side to city avenue, as well as the ramps to the boulevard to the schuylkill expressway westbound and city avenue southbound all remain closed. let's talk alternates. if you're coming out of the city, heading west on the city, you would normally bail for the city avenue southbound, run montgomery over to belmont and from there you can get to city avenue. if you're coming down the boulevard from the great northeast and trying to get on the schuylkill expressway westbound k3eu9 -- exit on to ridge avenue work through east falls to the city avenue bridge. detours around the art museum because of the made in america preparations. eakens oval is blocked, and the
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inner drives of the benjamin franklin parkway are blocked. later on the benjamin franklin parkway will be closed entirely, right now it's just the inner drives, tam. >> thank you, matt. this morning the search is on for the robbers who ambushed and shot a man making a big deposit at a supermarket bank. katherine scott is live at police headquarters with more details on what happened here. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, police do have surveillance footage to work from, but they are looking for tips from the public. the victim is 37 years old. he was on his way in to deposit $70,000 in cash owner of several local businesses. that's when he was targeted. you can see from the video there's a gun on the ground. the that's the victim's gun, he gave it to the police when whene police arrived. broken glass is on the ground, as well. this happened around 6:00 p.m. in northeast philadelphia. the businessman pulled up to
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make a deposit at the citizens bank branch inside the path mark when the two suspects blocked him in his spot and came up on either side of him. they were armed and wearing masks. the victim was shot once in the arm and is in stable condition. the bag of money that was stolen contained $70,000 in cash. >> it appears that the suspect van, the white dodge van was in the parking lot waiting for about an hour maybe more and when our victim pulled in and parked his vehicle the suspect vehicle drove up behind it and blocked the victim in his parking spot. >> reporter: and here's a look at the van it fled south in the parking lot toward cottman, police believe it's a white dodge caravan with roof racks, it may have custom rims, it was last seen on the 7000 block of
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kendrid. someone spotted them trying to change the license plate on the van. if you have any knowledge of its whereabouts contact police. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. it is 6:05. police are trying to determine what caused a tractor-trailer to slam into a house in the mayfair section of philadelphia. chopper 6hd was over the accident at levic and farnsworth. the truck barreled into the house. the mother of the suffer driver arrived right after her son was taken to the hospital. >> he called me and said the tractor-trailer hit him and ran into a house. i came running over, they took him to the hospital. his car is totaled, it looks awful. >> the two drivers are in the hospital in stable condition. the crash ruptured a gas line.
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several homes had to be evacuated while crews shut off the line. signs in the area are not loud loud -- signs in the area indicate tractor-trailers are not loud on the road. spca removed 180 pellets, charges are pending against the owner who who is cooperating with the investigation. this is about spiders making spider webs in bad places. maribel has more on the market watch at cnn headquarters in atlanta. >> reporter: the recall covers the does an from model years 2010 to 2013. spider webs were found in the fuel tankses. mad did a and toyota all had spider recalls over the last
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three years. the dow tumbled 42 points the s&p 500 and nasdaq finished slightly lower. abercrombie & fitch is getting rid of their name on the clothes. teens are abandoning clothes with logos. they will cut the amount of clothing with logos by half this fall the logos will be entirely gone by the spring. labor day gas prices are the lowest they've since 2010. as for prices in the philadelphia area you'll pay an average of 3.44 a gallon according to gas matt, markets are closed monday for the holidays, have a great weekend. >> you too, we'll see you next week. chip kelly said he will announce today who will be the be kicker. the easy should be easy because
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rookie kicker, codey parkery had a great game. he hit endzone at 54 yards out and then connected at 53 yards out. hen hennery's longest kick is 51 yards. >> i need to improve, i'm going to go in, whatever happens, happens, i think i did a good job today and see what happens. >> it's out of my control, whatever happens, happens, everything happens for a reason, that's how you have to approach it. >> fans gave former eagles quarterback michael vick a standing ovation. vick is now the backup qb for the jets. eagles fans, ladies and gentlemen have class. i know a lot of people think
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that, -- don't think that, but it's true. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan no rain out there, kind of cool in the suburbs, we'll talk about that in a moment. let's get you outside, it will be a nice one with a fair amount of sunshine to begin the day. we're looking at the low humidity like we had yesterday. 62 degrees in philadelphia right now. up in allentown, only 52. so definitely a little bit cool wakes you up as you step outside, i kind of enjoyed myself on the terrace. feeling comfortable. 57 in trenton, 59 in wilmington, low 60s if you're up early taking that early morning stroll along the boardwalk as the sun comes up. satellite and radar shows you you will need sunglasses on i-95 and the pennsylvania turnpike. there's cloud cover trying to streak through, but it's thin enough to allow sun in. up in allentown we're going for a high of 79 lots of sun and
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beautiful. similar to yesterday across the region, including the lehigh valley there's not as much of a breeze today. down the shore, we'll get to a high of 76 degrees, cooler opt beach than it was yesterday and the day before. 70 degrees by noon. ocean temperature in the low to mid 70s. we're note expecting as much as risk of rip currents today. there's a slight risk, but the sea is not as choppy as yesterday. mostly sunny and not as breezy in philadelphia, 81 degrees is the high, the human is low, so that's good. by 8:00 a.m., 6 5. 11:00, 72. le a great morning to walk the dog or run errands on foot. 78 by 2:00 p.m., and 79 by 5:00 p.m., the high of 81 around 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. as we look at documents over the next servitudes, though, things change. it's comfortable today, recall anytime we get over 60 with the
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dpiewpt -- dewpoint it starts to feel humid. 65 is start of humidity, 70 is very humid, 68 extremely humid, 7 -- oppressive. up in the poconos, saturday, 74 more humid, sunday, very humid, 79 and monday, humid and chance of thunderstorms. down the shore, tomorrow, 7 and humid, sunday, 86 very humid, monday, very humidity, thans. thunderstorm. for the weekend, 82 degrees more humid, dry on saturday, sunday, hot and humid, high of 90. shower or thunderstorm possible
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late in the day or evening. at least some spotty stuff. monday, still muggy, 90, probably a better chance of an afternoon evening and shower on monday. hot on monday, 90, tuesday, 92, still hot and humid. any thunderstorm that pops on monday, tuesday as well as, could produce drenching downpours. >> 6:12, the search for a cure, u.s. health officials prepare for a new phase in the fight against ebola virus. >> another tech giants is looking for ways to make strides into delivery. >> reporter: the boulevard is stacked from ridge to the schuylkill expressway. i'll let you know about alternates coming up when "action news" continues on this friday no morning, stick around.
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>> ah, there's a lovely picture, the start of the labor day in cape may, new jerseyment beach pretty clear there, except for a few people taking a little walk, i bet it's busy thisexcept afternoon, 6:16, 63 degrees. >> the crash happened at
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1:00 a.m. >> reporter: they said at 6:00 a.m., the ramps are still blocked. i hope you're not sick of egg puns. >> keep them coming. >> reporter: we have the overturned egg truck blocking the city avenue southbound ramp also. driver of the struck was transport transported to the hospital. even though after the accident he was out and walking around. we think he's going to be okay. with the ramps closed it is causing delays already this morning. let's talk about how to get around the blockages. if you're coming west on the schuylkill expressway out of the city bail from montgomery drive. run from belmont to get to city avenue. if you're trying to get west on the schuylkill expressway you can get by, main lanes of 76 westbound and eastbound are open. if you're coming south on the
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boulevard trying to get westbound. use hunting park after to kelly drive, from there you can get to the city avenue bridge to get to city avenue or the schuylkill expressway. or come down the lincoln drive same situation to get to the city avenue bridge. hopefully it will be open soon. but right now that's the situation. they are getting reality read for the made -- they are getting ready for the made in america festivities, benjamin franklin parkway inner drives are closed. we have work on the ben franklin bridge westbound heading into center city, the two right lanes remained closed tam. >> thank you. nato said at least 1,000 russian troops are in the ukraine. it has released satellite photos of what it said are russian artillery units. president obama says rushy is responsiblible for the violence in ukraine and suffer
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consequences because of its action, but the president ruled out american military involvement. u.s. health officials are taking a an aggressive step in the fight against ebola meantime the state department i should a travel alert to americans going to new guinea liberia and nigeria and sierra leone. google's top secret researchers have inveiled project wing arc fleet of deliver drones. the plan to deliver goods to buyers more quickly and deliver supplies to disaster areas. samsung has unveiled the smart watch. it has built in wi-fi and 3g.
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blocked. stick to the numbers streets instead. once you get to the boulevard and you're heading southbound a wall of traffic jammed solid toward the schuylkill expressway where the ramps from the boulevard southbound to the schuylkill expressway westbound and city avenue southbound are still closed because of that overturned truck from before 1:00 a.m., again we'll give you details an alternates coming up. this is 42, we'll seashore traffic later on, this morning, though, no delays either way. >> reporter: what a mess on the roosevelt and he thinks. t-shirts this morning, maybe a light jacket. it's going to warm up quickly as we roll through the morning. 9:00 a.m., 67 degrees, noon, 74. and 3:00 p.m., 80 degrees, the high today will be 81. we'll hit that around 3:30 or 4:00. 77 degrees by 6:00 p.m. humidity is low, it won't be as breezy as yesterday. if you're heading to the airport to catch a flight out of town, no big issues showing up on the
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big board this morning, we have all green aircraft and no precipitation reported in any of our most commonly traveled destinations. >> researchers saying an unhealthy ingredient may be hiding in your food. transfats may not be good for your heart so food manufacturers stopped producing transfats. fda has a loophole allowing half a gram before serving, look for the words partially hydrogenated oil listed on the ingredient list. >> philadelphia police release video of a 100,000-dollar heist. katherine scott is updating the search for armed robbers who ambushed a businessman with a
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bag full of cash. >> reporter: that's right, tam, a local businessman is shot and robbed of $70,000. we have more on the search
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>> mapping now on "action news," the on going search for two men who shot a businessman during a holdup outside a philadelphia grocery store. new from the overnight a tractor-trailer tips over on a ramp on the schuylkill expressway. we're monitoring the impact it's having on your morning commute. >> crews are putting the finishes touches on the made in america music festival. hear what jay-z has planned for this year and how the detours are affecting trarkd around the parkway -- traffic around the parkway. >> david has weather and matt o'donnell has hard boiled traffic. >> reporter: we have sun up and few high clouds, but bright conditions. satellite shows you a sweep of clouds that is trying to make it down from the north. that will be a temporary issue
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and overall we're looking at sunshine. wilmington, 59. 52 in both allentown and millville. le and down to 06 along the boardwalk. as we roll through the day it will be warm, low humidity, 67 by 9:00. 74 by noon, a great morning to go out and get an exercise walk in. the high of 81 will hit at 3:30 or 4. 6:00 p.m. we're back down in the 70s. a little cool issue if you're out on the town holding in the upper 70s and low 70s by 10:00, 11:00 tonight. your weekend is more humid and down right steamy later in the weekend. i'll have the details in the seven day. >> reporter: the reopening of the ramps is so close we can will also taste it, i think it tastes like eggs. the overturned ramp was carrying
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eggs, it flipped over before 1:00 a.m. on the ramps from the schuylkill expressway westbound to city avenue and the roosevelt boulevard southbound to the schuylkill expressway westbound and city avenue southbound. they just got the truck towed away. penndot is out there, putting sand down because there was fluid that spilled. we're waiting for the first cars to come by on the ramps. there come the cars, as we watch live those are the cars on the schuylkill expressway westbound side heading toward city avenue. here comes the police officer leading the traffic to the southbound boulevard to the westbound side of the schuylkill expressway. they've blocked since 1:00 a.m. this morning. good news everything is reopening. however, because of the closures we still have a pretty severe backlog on the southbound side of the boulevard from broad street to the schuylkill expressway. if you're heading toward the roosevelt boulevard, we still have that crash blocking the southbound lanes of north broad street.
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that involves a pedestrian, you meant to stick with one of the numbered streets instead. as we look at the big picture, the ramps connecting the boulevard southbound with the schuylkill expressway westbound and city avenue southbound just reopened as we watch. not open this morning, eakens oval and the inner drives. parkway as we get it ready for the made in america festivities. outer drives close at 10:00 a.m. haddon heights, camden county we're getting world of a crash along highland avenue at the white horse pike. >> thanks, matt. a pair of calculating chris are on the run this morning. they ambushed a businessman who was carrying $70,000 in cash, money he was about to deposit into a bank. katherine scott is live at police headquarters to bring us up to date. katherine. >> reporter: matt that 37-year-old victim is recovering this morning. he was shot in his arm excels in stable condition at the hospital. police are searching for the two
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suspects, police say that this businessman who owns several local businesses was on his way to deposit $70,000 in crash when he was ambushed. you can see a gun lying on the ground of crime scene. that was the victim's gun, he never drew it according to police, but officers laid it on the ground when they got there to make sure everything was safe. this happened around 6:00 p.m. in northeast philadelphia. the businessman pulled up to make a deposit at citizens bank brarnlg inside the path -- branch inside the path mark when the two suspects blocked him in the parking spot. they remember armed wearing maskings. he was shot, a bag of money stole rn containing 7 -- stolen containing 70 grand. >> i seen a bunch of people in the store i knew something was going on. i seen a guy getting out of the car and a lot of blood all over his clothing.
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>> reporter: and here's a picture of the van police are looking for. it fled south in the parking lot toward cottman, police believe it's a white dodge caravan with roof racks and could have custom rims. it was later seen and they were trying to change the license plate on the van. of course police were not able to catch up with them there, if you have any information police want to hear from you. live at police headquarters, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> police have made more progress in the search for the thugs who dumped three men in the schuylkill expressway river killing two of them. they confiscated buckets of roofing cement. the bucket are similar to the ones used to weigh down the boats of two victims who died. a third man who was not weighed down survived. detectives believe the abduction and murders are over a debt saying a friend tried to bail out two men who gambled away
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drug money but the friend didn't bring enough to bail out the two men. yesterday president obama said there's no strategy to deal with the isis militant also. now his advisors are saying there's a plan, it's just not finalized. >> ifill has come to -- isil rooting out a cancer like isil will not be easy, but well with our petitioner in hers. u.s. airstrikes took out hum feesy either. 6:36 happening today, an old city fire department that had been damaged by flames is set to reopen.
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a medic van caught fire and sparked an explosion last fall. it has taken one career to make estimated $475,000 of repairs. during the restoration, the company that normally worked on 4th street have been relocated to nearby fire firehouses. crews have been busy setting up the stagings and the lighting for the two day concert on the benjamin franklin parkway. this is the third year for the event. city officials want concert goesers to be aware of changes. >> when you bring a container in, it has to be empty. there is a new thing called camelback, we will let you bring them in, but they have to be emptied. if they are not empty, you will not get in. >> new is your source
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for the made in america festival. there's a slide show of the performers and a list of the set times so you know when the person you want to see is coming to the stage. >> concert goers should make sure they are hydrated. the humidity will be tropical. >> reporter: sunday is the worst, but monday will be pretty darn humid out there. storm tracker 6 live shows you the lack of precipitation on the start of another gorgeous day across the region. we have sun up over the horizon, humidity is low, all the service vehicles and are moving around at the airport. 60 degrees, dewpoint, 40s, that's real dry air. it's breezy, but not as breezy as yesterday. lots of sun in store, a sweep of cloud cover will try to dig down during the morning. 65 by 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 72.
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78 degrees by 2:00 p.m. we're actually going to be in the 70s most of the day. we'll tick up to 80 and 81 briefly this afternoon. that will be later in the day, i think that high will strike around 3:30. 5:00 p.m. we'll be down to 79. checking out all the numbers across the region. we're getting up to 79 in allentown. 80 in trenton, 81 in wilmington. down the shore i want to point out it's going to be cooler today. it will get up to 76 degrees between cape may and atlantic city. a warm front comes through on saturday, behind it we get gradually more and more humid. saturday itself will be moderately humid. sunday we'll be soupy, monday, as well, sunday and monday with the cold front getting closer, some of the thunderstorm activity may actually produce a downpour producing thunderstorm. up in the poconos, humid and dry. humid sunday, 79.
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can't rule out thunderstorms around. monday, humid, 80 a better chance of thunderstorms. down the shore, in the 70s with the water, rip current issue subsiding today and over the weekend. 79 and humid, saturday, dry. humid sunday, 86, slight chance of thunderstorm popping up. monday, 86. a better chance of spotty showers and thunderstorms around. any thunderstorm that pops on sunday or monday could produce that drenching downpour because it's so darn humid. nice today, 81. a good one. tomorrow, not bad, but a little more humid as the day goes on, high of 82. sunday, hot and humid, high of 90. a drenching thunderstorm can't be ruled out late in the day or at night. muggy labor day monday, 90 degrees is the high, showers and thunderstorms are likely in the afternoon and evening. so you went to keep your eyes on that, as matt mentioned earlier in the broadcast it's a great weekend to have that storm tracker 6 live app on your smart
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phone especially when you're outside doing stuff. you have the radar in your hand. tuesday, hot and humid, 92. we start to settle back a little bit as we head toward the middle of next week. >> up next, more stories you didn't see last night, including a college coupon causing a stir at a western campus. >> miley cyrus' homeless pal that was on the run from police has a change of heart. >> reporter: slowing on the southbound side of the boulevard heading toward the schuylkill expressway. we'll talk about the delays, the closures and the made in america wy.
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>> 6:44, one more time down the shore this weekend, right. the unofficial end of summer, labor day weekend. it's 62 degrees on city avenue getting up to 81 today. the humidity, saturday, sunday here and down the shore. >> let's head over to matt pellman you have a lot to watch this morning. and it's not getting any easier. >> reporter: things were a starting to looking up once the egg truck cleared, now we've got a broken down vehicle approaching the ramp, maybe you can make out the broken down vehicle southbound side of route 1 approaching the schuylkill
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expressway, right lane is blocked. i wouldn't you're seeing substantial delays coming sought south on the boulevard away from broad street approaching 76. the good news the ramps connecting the boulevard with the schuylkill expressway and city avenue have reopened. the overturned truck before 1:00 a.m. is finally completely out of the way. we have an accident involving a pedestrian on broad street. north broad street, southbound direction as you head toward the boulevard by bell field avenue stick with the numbers streets instead. as you get farther south north broad looks good. today is wear your college colors day. that's why i'm wear cherry and white in honor of temple university. slowing on the southbound side allegheny into girard. we have the restrictions because of the made in america preparation.
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aiken oval is blocked off, as are the inner drivers of the benjamin franklin parkway. starting at 10:00 a.m., they will close the outer drive. after 10:00 a.m. steer clear of the parkway, because it will be blocked. at that point stick with the highways, we expect the volume to be lighter on the highways today because of the holiday weekend. at least this morning, this afternoon it will be busy. >> a terrible stench drifted down north 12th street when crews started to clean up a hording house. it was so bad crews needed a backhoe to pull the garbage out of the windows. neighbors have been complaining about the property for years. the other than has been taken to the hospital for a mental health valuation. the police response to protests in ferguson, missouri has led to a 40 million lawsuit. five people filed the federal lawsuit. the suit accused ferguson and
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saint louis county police of making false articles. 23-year-old man was walking through the protest zone trying to get to at his mother's house when police shot him with rubber bullets. the protests was a reaction to the shooting of 18-year-old michael brown by a ferguson police officer. a state run university in pennsylvania is being criticized for allowing student coupons for legal counsel to be offered on campus. a lawyer is offering 10% percent off for drug and alcohol offenses. the officials at iup say the coupon clippers are independly pu
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>> 6:50, ten minutes away from "good morning america." >> let's check in with our friends there, amy robach giving us a sense of how you're going to wrap up the week. we know it's going to include brad paisley later on. >> reporter: that's the fun part of the show. we'll start out talking about president obama yesterday he told the nation the u.s. has not developed a strategy to defeat isis. whalings -- so what is the plan to take down terrorists over
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seas? martha raddatz will have more. john rivers suffered a crisis we have the latest on her this morning. we have the best sales of the year. we'll find on the best bargains this labor day weekend. here it is guys, it's the final friday in our summer concert series. we have county star brad paisley performing live in central park. we think it's the biggest concert of the year we're so excited coming up next on "good morning america." hope you rock along with us. >> you know what, amy, you better watch out he might have moon shine in the trunk. >> ooh. >> reporter: that's the name of the album. >> reporter: david wore a paisley tie in honor. >> reporter: it was an accident.
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>> reporter: the ben franklin bridge, we expect the construction crews packing up for the holiday weekend. right now they are blocking the westbound right lane coming into the city. no delays at this point. in camden county watch out for a crash at highland avenue at the white horse pike. in the first state we're looking good on i-95, 495 and 202. i should have worn my cherry and white tie for temple. and temple won last night. t-shirts for the kids. it's cool this morning, but it will be nice and comfortable this afternoon. if you have plans to get out and walk the dog or exercise or do something like that outdoors, great morning for you that. 67 by 9:00. 80 by 3:00 p.m. high of 81. humidity like yesterday will be low, it will be a little less breezy than it was yesterday. that's the one main difference. if you're thinking about getting the holiday weekend off to a quick start, barbecue weather this evening, is going to be good. 79 degrees by 5:00 a.m. 74 by 8.
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more humid and steamy on sunday. >> the homeless teenager who accepted miley cyrus' award at mtv video awards has turned himself into police. he was wanted in oregon for in the checking in with his probation officer. he turned himself in thursday night and paid $2,500 in bail to be released.
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>> welcome back here your top stories on in connection "actioe are looking for two vehicles that hit a woman as she tried to cross the 46 block of north broad street. one vehicle hit her and the second vehicle ran her over. an overturned tractor-trailer that carried eggs had drivers scrambling for another route has been towed away. >> reporter: everything is reopened on the ramps, and it caused a backlog, but a vehicle broke down in the backlog. so the boulevard is jammed to fox street. >> reporter: another great day building across the region. 67 degrees by 9:00. we're in the 50s even low
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60s. 80 by 3:00 p.m., 81 is the high around 4:00 and 77 by 6:00 p.m. getting more humid over the weekend. >> no more chatter we have to get to "good morning america." for david murphy, matt pellman, tamala edwards, i'm matt o'donnell. have a great weekend, we'll see you in 25. leggings and pants are at the top of our list at kohl's labor day weekend sale. for junior's find small prices on long leggings levi's five eleven's for him. and save on shoes and boots. plus, everyone gets kohl's cash. thursday through saturday find your yes. kohl's
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good morning, america. and developing now, the americans heading overseas to join the brutal terror group isis. almost a dozen young men revealed now fighting with the extremists. brand-new images as president obama comes under fire facing tough questions this morning about his plan to deal with the crisis. >> we don't have a strategy yet. happening now, volcano alert. two erupting. an ash cloud 60,000 feet over one and the other in iceland overnight and airlines preparing for the worst. also new details on the comedy legend fighting for her life. joan rivers watched closely in the hospital after her cardiac arrest. brand-new images of her final performance obtained by abc news just as


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