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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 her daughter speaks out this morning.
♪ we got an inner tube >> and it's our final blow-out concert of the summer with brad paisley. the country superstar about to set off a storm in central park as "gma" gets a little bit country on this holiday weekend right now on "gma." ♪ still can you imagine if we ever struck it rich ♪ >> a lot of people will be on the riverbanks this weekend. it is a beautiful morning and good morning to you. final concert of the summer with country superstar brad paisley. and right next to me so good to have mr. david muir with us on this last gasp of summer. who begins his new role next week taking the helm of "world news tonight with david muir".
>> i thought i would take a little rest, maybe a little holiday. >> this is vacation. >> this is the best way to usher that in. >> congratulations and something that you have not heard yet from diane sawyer coming up about this guy. we'll have that later in the show. >> can't wait for that. >> what a way to say vacation 4:00 a.m. >> you know, you want to make the most of your day, amy. >> i heard robach was going to be here. >> yeah. >> we do have a lot of news to get to and get to that right now leading us off that glowing threat from isis militants and the u.s. warning about those men joining the group now. president obama addressing the crisis in the last 24 hours and abc's martha raddatz is live in washington this morning with the very latest for us. martha, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, david. the president is toning down his threatening language substantially. isis released an alarming new propaganda video once again showing the utter brutality of isis which humiliates, kills and celebrates its barbarism.
the captured syrian soldiers some 150 are stripped to their underwear forced to march across the desert after isis fighters, their black flags flying took control of a syrian air base. a short time later the video shows them lying dead executed but president obama is clearly trying to tamp down the emotional response to scenes like this and the execution of james foley. a strategy for dealing with the terror group in syria will take time, he said, thursday. >> the suggestion seems to have been that, you know, we're about to go full scale on an elaborate strategy for defeating isil. i don't want to put the cart before the horse. we don't have a strategy yet. >> reporter: a stark admission since the threat of isis has increased at an astonishing rate in the last year seizing large swaths of territory in iraq while establishing a safe haven
in nearby syria. the foley execution prompting the president to authorize spy planes over syria just this week, but president obama is now making clear that military action in syria is not imminent. >> i want to make sure everybody is clear on what we're doing now, because it is limited. the options that i'm asking for from the joint chiefs focuses primarily on making sure that isil is not overrunning iraq. >> reporter: but the president's own secretary of defense says the threat from isis is imminent to every interest we have and not just in iraq, anywhere, david. >> martha, as you know we were talking about this. i was just back from the syrian border in lebanon documenting the children, the refugees. we'll have that on "world news tonight" next week but these skirmishes even there, any concern about this message to isis, to the world that the president doesn't have a
strategy yet. >> reporter: well, there is, indeed. you know, the president did say he does not yet have a strategy for syria and that is creating a lot of concern given that isis has been gaining strength for years now, david. >> all right, martha raddatz with us this morning, martha, thanks as always. lara. now to joan rivers. the comedy icon rushed to a hospital here in new york city on thursday after she reportedly stopped breathing during a procedure on her vocal chords. this morning her daughter melissa is asking for prayers and abc's linsey davis is in mt. sinai hospital with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lara. joan rivers remains here at mt. sinai hospital this morning. she is said to be resting comfortably. this morning, legendary comedian and television icon joan rivers remains in the hospital. authorities tell abc news rivers was rushed to mt. sinai hospital in new york city after going into cardiac arrest at a new york medical clinic. tmz reporting rivers was having
a procedure involving her vocal chords at the clinic. just hours earlier the emmy winning tony nominated star had entertained crowds at a manhattan theater. audience members telling abc news, she was as vibrant as ever. rivers' daughter melissa seen here at l.a.x. rushing to catch a flight to be by her mother's side. >> we're all praying for your mother, melissa. >> thank you. >> reporter: upon her arrival in new york melissa released this statement "i want to thank everyone for the overwhelming love and support for my mother. she is resting comfortably and is with our family. we ask that you continue to keep her in your thoughts and pray prayers." the 81-year-old rivers had been busy at work this week. >> welcome back to "the fashion police vma and emmy awards special." >> reporter: here on her show "fashion police" recapping looks with her famously colorful commentary. >> lance armstrong, if you are watching, this is how you rock a onesie. >> reporter: rivers made the
round to promote "diary of a mad diva" debuted at number 7 on the new york new york best-seller's list and had no plans of slowing down with 26 appearances scheduled between now and november 22nd. a woman with endless energy and drive as she told david muir in 2009. >> if you don't do what you want to do, you're a fool. >> reporter: rivers was expected to perform her comedy routine tonight in new jersey. that has, of course, been postponed. during her act wednesday night she even joked about her mortality living up to her promise that she would never retire. lara? >> all right, linsey, thank you. more insight from abc's dr. jen ashton. good morning, jen. a lot of people are wondering how does something like this happen during a routine procedure? >> well, specifically we have to remember that joan rivers is an incredible example of vitality and anti-aging and longevity. however, in general whenever you have someone undergoing a
procedure on their throat, their upper airway there is sedation and anesthesia involved then you take a patient in their 80s, there are absolutely risk, most of those risks are related to the anesthesia process but you can have a low oxygen situation which then can compromise brain function, breathing function and cardiac or heart function. >> yeah, lots of concerns. given the severe weather, the possibilities, is it typical to have this kind of surgery at a medical center versus a hospital? >> absolutely. these surgery centers are outpatient facilities commonplace today staffed with board certified anesthesiologists but make no mistake about it when you have an 80-year-old patient on the table they can act their age very quickly and those an the anesthesiologists need to be able to respond to an emergency. >> all right, dr. jennifer ashton, we thank you and all of us wishing joan the very best. >>ing for joan rivers, a great friend to "good morning america" and abc news. the severe weather this morning, of course, flooding and
heavy rain and volcanoes, ginger, is also tracking that action. >> where we want to begin, the pictures are just stunning especially for the volcano in papua new guinea. let's see the pictures there to some 60,000 feet that smoke and ash plume has gone, yes, some flights there diverted but then our concern goes to iceland because in this right here, this video you're seeing they're flying over the lava fields and they're most concerned about the volcano. if that lava field reaches close we could see an eruption. that is far from our understanding quite yet but here's what we do know. cristobal, the hurricane still will eventually weaken and bring quite a bit of rain and wind to parts of iceland. the good news, a high pressure system parked over europe, if this thing blows a lot of that plume would be pushed to the north. there's the small no-fly zone but 13 earthquakes in the last 7 day, it could end up if it does go something like 2010. >> we all remember what happened last time.
ginger, thanks. right over to amy robach with rising tensions in ukraine >> that's right. good morning, everyone. we begin with the breaking news from the crisis in ukraine. that country accusing russia of launching a full-scale invasion. this morning nato is saying these satellite images show more than 1,000 russian troops operating inside ukraine. moscow has denied sending troops. at this hour heavy fighting continues near a strategic port city. president obama thursday directly blamed russia for the violence hinting the u.s. may impose more economic penalties on moscow but ruling out u.s. military action. a chaotic scene on a highway north of the washington state border after a tour bus carrying nearly 60 people crashed. most of the people on board were injured. at least five of them critically. the bus hit a median and then flipped over. well, malaysia airlines which has suffered two recent air disasters announced massive cutbacks saying this morning it
will cut 6,000 jobs. many of its flights virtually empty. police in utah say they have solved the cold case killing of an elderly woman thanks in part to some lego toys. they recently received a tip from the wife of a death row inmate. they ran fingerprints on legos found at the murder scene from 1978 and there was a match to the suspect's then 5-year-old son. after reviewing all the evidence they now believe that john john sansing left his son playing at the crime scene while he carried out the attack. several police officers in south florida are under scrutiny after an investigation by our abc station in miami. the officers are seen in this video with their emergency lights flashing. witnesses say one officer even blocked traffic at a busy intersection. wplg reports the officers' destination was a bakery where a video then shows them enjoying break fashion. finally this morning, some presidential critics are saying,
yes, we tan. social media bursting into a frenzy seemingly very upset over president obama's decision to wear a light tan suit at yesterday's news conference. more than a thousand tweets coming in. fashion supporters arguing, you know what, it's not labor day yet so the lighter color does pass the fashion test. but one critic complaining and there you see in this meme, the president looking more like a used car salesman. >> oh, come on. >> if he has any good deals on a preowned hyundai. >> it's summer. >> it is summer? we have used car salesmen on the phone right now. >> strongly disagree. >> so you guys like the tan suit. >> i think he was not really thinking about the color suit he was wearing. >> probably concerned about some other things. >> yeah. >> he's not the president of sears. >> that's right. >> i like a tan suit. i'm just saying. >> all right. thanks, amy. now to another case of turbulence on a flight between passengers. this is the second time in a
week a flight was diverted because of a fight over seat space. abc's david kerley has this story. >> reporter: a hospital room served as a courtroom where frenchman edmond alexandre heard the charges of interfering with the crew on a flight from miami to paris on wednesday. he became upset when the seat in front of him was reclined complaining his diabetes made it problematic. the flight attendant tried to calm him but according to the charging documents he became more agitated following him and grabbing his arm that led to the flight mar surveillance shals b cover. >> he had a right to complain. he had a right to say, this is hurting me. >> reporter: just days earlier on another flight a woman threw a cup of water in the face of a passenger behind her because he used a pair of these, knee defenders to keep that seat from lee cleaning. both flights diverted. a rash of unruly passenger incidents. >> it's not your imagination. seats are actually getting smaller on planes today.
airlines are trying to pack in more passengers in order to be more profitable. >> reporter: what's different in wednesday's incident federal air marshals jumped into action. their job is to stop a terrorist threat. i got a firsthand look donning protective gear for a simulated attack but a terrorist is different than an unruly passenger. those federal air marshals are trained, their call whether they break their cover. they felt the flight attendant was threatened so they interv e intervened. we don't hear that very often. >> live in washington, the pictures are incredible. thank you. we'll turn to the nfl finally cracking down on domestic violence. the league coming under fire earlier this year for what was considered a light suspension for one star player. now the commissioner is apologizing for that decision and making sure it never happens again. abc's mara schiavocampo with the story this morning. >> reporter: this video posted by tmz earlier this year appears to show baltimore ravens running back ray rice dragging his then
fiancee out of a casino elevator. just moments after allegedly hitting her so hard she is knocked unconscious. rice is now participating in an intervention program to avoid prosecution of an assault charge and possible jail time. and the nfl suspended him for two games. but this morning, major changes to the nfl's domestic violence policy. in a memo to everyone who works for the league, commissioner roger goodell announcing a first offense will lead to a six-game suspension. a second offense, banishment from the nfl. >> for the league to announce this so quickly shows how much they care about this topic. how aware they are that they are leaders, that the nfl is expected to uphold these high standards. >> reporter: the nfl faced fierce criticism after rice's suspension, many arguing the punishment was far too little and that the league wasn't taking domestic violence
seriously enough. now, goodell taking a hard line. writing "domestic violence and sexual assault are wrong. they have no place in the nfl." for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. all right, mara, thank you. now we turn to tony stewart. he will be back on the track this weekend. it'll be the first time since his car struck and killed a fellow driver during a race three weeks ago. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: for the first time since nascar superstar tony stewart struck and killed a fellow driver, the three-time sprint cup series champion now announcing he's heading back to the track. >> i expected tony to come back. i didn't necessarily expect him to come back as quickly as he is. >> reporter: overnight nascar giving him the green flag to race at this sunday's nascar sprint cup series in atlanta. another first, stewart is set to speak publicly today for the first time since the tragic death of kevin ward jr. three
weeks ago. their two cars colliding on the track during a sprint car feature in new york. ward getting out of his car midrace pointing his finger apparently at stewart before stewart's car strikes and kills him. stewart dropping out of three races since keeping his silence other than a statement saying "there aren't words to describe the sads in i feel." >> as part of the healing process, i think getting back inside the race car makes sense for tony stewart. >> reporter: while this wasn't a nascar race nascar has since implemented a new rule, drivers forbidden to leave their cars after an accident. off the racetrack police are still investigating ward's death. but say they have no evidence to support criminal intent by stewart. >> i think it would be very difficult for tony. there will be a lot of distraction and the distraction is going to be a really tall hurdle. >> reporter: nascar making it clear they are in constant contact with stewart's race team and will, quote, stay very close to this situation as stewart
returns to competition and we should say that race airs this sunday on our sister network espn. >> three weeks in, it is still hard to watch that. >> i think a lot of people will be watching though. >> absolutely. >> gio, thanks. right back to ginger. that does not look like a fun commute. >> texas a&m, flash flooding around north texas and video from this yesterday. some -- 1 inch of rain or so in less than an hour and a lot of the drainage couldn't handle it there. this is the picture you're referring to that intersection completely inundated looking for that rainfall eventually in parts of the great lakes this weekend. quite a few lows we're tracking one from iowa up through the u.p. of michigan and right here, brownsville near there the radar indicating 4 to 7 inches already.
>> reporter: hi, everybody, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live double scan. it's a beautiful morning, cool, spots in the 50s and philadelphia 62 and not much wind. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, gorgeous this afternoon. high of 81. not as breezy as yesterday, not humid. tomorrow, 82. and steamy saturday and monday, andy we could have drenching downpours. >> and if you're anywhere from wichita to minneapolis and have a barbecue this sunday, severe weather possible. so a warning now a couple of days in advance.
>> awfully kind of you. all right. coming up on "good morning america," some emotional testimony from the pta mom framed for drug possession. why prosecutors say a rival couple did it. also ahead the incredible 911 call you've got to hear six minutes, a father delivering his new baby boy on the side of the road and reunite the parents and the dispatch he for the first time here this morning. >> what a great story. details this morning about brad and angelina's surprise wedding. live to france to find out how they pulled it off without any of us knowing. a major party in the park, people. brad paisley getting ready to rock the crowd. [ cortana ] next time you talk to caroline, i'll remind you. [ siri ] oh no, i cannot do that. oh, and remind me to get roses when i'm near any flower shop. sure thing. remind you when you get to flower shop. i can't do that either. cortana, it's gonna be a great night. [ beep ] oh wow! thanks for the traffic alert. i better get going. now that is a smart phone. ♪ oh, wait
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photographer, which you can pernell. -- chuck pernell. >> she looked like a mannequin. >> police are working on description of the two vehicles we'll have more on the story on "action news" at noon. let's go to matt pellman who is filling in for karen on the accident scene right now. hi, matt. >> reporter: with police investigate, the southbound side of bellfield sef a closed. ramp tolls schuylkill expressway are reopened they were closed overnight because of an overturned truck. we have a broken down vehicle that cleared. the inner lanes of the benjamin franklin parkway are closed for made in america preparations and we have a crash in furlong, bucks county at swamp and bedfordshire road. lots of sun on the terrace, 62 degrees, low humidity, 52 in
allentown, these numbers will climb a bit as we go into the afternoon. speaking of which here's the seven day. 81, nice, similar to yesterday, less of a breeze. more humid on saturday, steamy sunday and monday. highs of 90s and there's a chance of occasional drenching thunderstorms late in the day and evening. matt. >> thanks so much, david. we'll send you back to "good morning america." we'll be back in 25 minutes.
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verizon. wake up, america. join me in central park for the finale of the "gma" concert series. >> and who better to bring it home than our friend, superstar brad paisley getting ready to rock that crowd in central park. well, it's hard to say but it's true, it's the final party in the park of summer and we've got a party bus heading out there. we also have some firefighters on board. it's going to be a big morning. >> yes, glad they're holding the brad paisley sign and not the bucks of ice. we're still getting over that. what a friday morning, though, we can't wait to get to the park. before we get there, the bizarre trial going on. pta mom framed for drug possession and why a rival couple set her up. we have this sweet, sweet story, a great 911 call of a father delivering his baby boy
on the side of the road and we reunited the new parents and the dispatcher who talked them through it for the very first time. >> oh, that's so nice. then we're going to go live to france this morning with all the details from brad and angelina's surprise wedding. how did they do that? how did they pull it off without anyone knowing for quite a few days. >> by the way, congrats, brad and angelina. finally married. i love it. we begin with the hpv -- retri retrial. they planted drugs in the car for the way they treated their son. cecilia vega with the story this morning. >> reporter: you're looking at a pta volunteer in tears on the stand in a southern california courtroom describing the moment police found a stash of drugs in her car. kelli peters coming face to face with the man accused of framing her by planting those drugs in a twisted plot of revenge.
the school worker so upset the trial had to be cut short for the day. authorities say this man kent easter allegedly tried to frame peters, a pta mom at his son's school by planting drugs in her car then calling the police on her. >> irvine police. >> i am concerned that one of the parent volunteers may be under the influence or use of drugs. >> reporter: prosecutors say these 911 calls were made by easter because he didn't like the way she treated his son at school. >> yeah, it looked like she had some pills or something. >> reporter: in 2011 police detained her for two hours and searched her home for more drugs finding nothing more. photos of those drugs shown in court thursday. this is easter's second trial in the case. the first jury deadlocking in november 11-1 in favor of convicting easter. he is now facing charges of false imprisonment by fraud or deceit. his wife, jill easter pleaded guilty last year to false
imprisonment and was sentenced to 120 days in jail. in opening statements easter's lawyer said it was his wife jill who planted the drugs telling the jury, jill was the operator behind the incident. if convicted, kent easter faces three years in prison. the trial continues next week with peters back on the stand. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, san francisco. >> cecilia, thank you. now to a utah dad who had to act as doctor helping his wife deliver their new baby boy in a parking lot after they realized they weren't going to make it to the hospital. the whole drama caught on 911 and abc's brandi hitt is here with all those happy details. good morning, brandi. >> this baby did not want to wait. mom and dad working together during such a stressful delivery with the help of a 911 dispatcher and a few items they just happened to have in their car. >> i see the head. >> baby benjamin norman anderson's dramatic entry in the world after his parents on the way to the hospital to deliver
didn't make it very far. >> i don't know what to do. should i just keep on driving to the hospital? >> that's up to you. if you see any part of the baby i can help you deliver the baby. >> reporter: the 911 dispatcher on duty giving dad mike anderson step-by-step instructions on how to deliver his baby boy on the side of the road. with their two other young children still in the backseat. >> do you have any dry towels or anything in the vehicle that you can wrap the baby in? >> yes, we got a shamwow. >> working with a shamwow towel and shoelace dad delivered the 7 pounds 8 ounces of pure joy. >> be strong, kelly. be strong. oh, it's here. there it is. there it is. what do i do? i don't know what to do? >> is the baby coming out. >> i got the baby. i got the baby. i got the baby. i got the baby. >> reporter: just as the paramedics pull up. >> they're coming for us. good. do they know more than i do?
>> reporter: the nervous but overjoyed dad did it. >> are the paramedics there with you? >> yeah. >> okay. i'll let you go talk to them, okay. congratulations. >> reporter: over night we set up a reunion with the pardons and that dispatcher, julie morrell. >> this is benjamin. >> hello. >> so cute. >> so glad that you talked me through that because it was like the worst thing ever. >> reporter: that was amazing that everything went just as planned and everybody is happy and healthy. >> so cute and benjamin's parents say that moment was scary. they were worried about so many things that could have gone wrong but they didn't. thanks to that helpful guidance, benjamin doing fantastic as you see is a healthy baby, adorable little boy. >> i love the dad. that was just the worst. >> the two kids in the backseat. >> watching it all unfold. >> all right, yeah, talk about that there's a sibling coming. i love seeing benjamin. to the backlash against bud
light for that beer bash they're throwing in a small colorado town. a lot of residents don't want a thousand contest winners partying all weekend. clayton sandell with the latest. >> reporter: forget the mountain, the history, the fresh air this morning, the colorado town of crested butte is set to be the new star in a beer commercial. >> this amazing town will be overrun by a wave of humanity demanding to do this, this and a whole lot of this. >> i'm upset because i lost my political say-so. >> reporter: it began as part of a super bowl ad campaign to bring in a thousand contest winners. >> awesome! >> reporter: for a giant beer fest and commercial shoot they say will look something like this. >> you and a friend experiencing three days of full-on whateverness. >> reporter: anheuser-busch promised to donate 250,000 to crested butte for the trouble but the idea of painting the town bud blue fell flatter than
skunky beer. >> a beautiful pristine mountain town. >> reporter: a heated town meeting on monday lasted nearly nine hours ending in a stalemate. >> shutting down the heart of our town to our families is inappropriate. >> reporter: but overnight anheuser-busch doubled its donation to $500,000. >> and the town council voted a unanimous okay. >> whatever usa. >> reporter: while some are still fuming many in crested butte are making the most of it. >> this guy is having a lot of fun. maybe too much. too many bud lights. >> reporter: for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> oh, my. >> party on. >> right. speaking of party, ginger zee is always where the party is and she's up in central park before we can get there. hey, ginger. >> hey, we made it in the crowd. we are all branded with brad paisley. let me see this. i want to borrow this. donna from new jersey, thank you. look at this crowd. they are so ready for some brad.
a little warm-up now straight to the forecast. flash flooding issues in illinois and that is where we begin in southern illinois, marion, some 2 inches in some places, central illinois had quite a bit of rain too and now what i want to show you is not only where that rain is moving, to give you an idea what is happening for your labor day from west to east, here it is, you got the showers from kansas city up through the great lakes and i want to give you one little piece, one little piece of brad pa. >> reporter: thanks a lot, ginger, cool and comfortable on the terrace. david murphy here, we have temperatures in the 50s and low 60s in philadelphia. this afternoon, 8 1. >> all that weather brought to you by the laughing cow, brad paisley, everybody. coming up right here on "gma." let's get back to the studio. >> i mean no one rocks a cowboy
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angelina jolie's wedding over the weekend. lama hasan are outside their chateau in the south of france. family, friends and take it away. >> reporter: good morning to you, lara. brangelina have done it. they finally said their i dos in a small chap the at their beautiful and sprawling estate in the south of france right here behind me. >> angie. >> reporter: they're hitched. that's right after nine years, six kids, brad pitt and angelina jolie have finally made it official. this morning we wanted to get the lowdown on the secret nuptials heading straight to the couple's chateau. looks like it will be a working honeymoon for the newlyweds. pitt stepping out on thursday in england sporting his new ring while promoting the upcoming world war ii drama "fury."
with bank lean anyway every move photographed just how did they manage to keep it all under wraps? >> when they decide to do something, they know how to do it without anybody catching wind of it. >> reporter: the couple touching down on their wedding day last saturday in france, then heading to their working vineyard estate chateau miraval. just how does hollywood's hottest couple tie the knot? >> royalty, nobility. >> reporter: sorry ma leff sent family and close friends own. >> i feel quite distressed at not receiving an invitation. >> reporter: the small n nondenomination civil ceremony taking place in a small chapel on the property. >> they got a license from a local judge here in california and then that judge also performed the ceremony. >> reporter: and right by their side, the couple's children, close friend george clooney offered congratulations. how great is that? i'm really happy for brad and angie and their whole family.
now the question everyone is asking, when will we see a wedding photo? and we spoke to some of the folks here who are being so tight-lipped about the wedding of the century not spilling any secrets. telling us they see brangelina in the town but they pay them no attention. imagine that, lara. >> it's probably lovely for them. >> imagine getting an assignment in niece, france. >> yes, yes. >> i love that they kept it a secret and kept the cameras away. >> congratulations to them and coming up, how you can save big this holiday weekend. we tracked down the five best labor day sales and they actually may surprise you. what to expect when you're expecting. why a giant panda faked her own pregnancy. >> what? >> now she's embarrassed.
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♪ baby baby oh >> oh, talk about an actress this morning. back now ten minutes before the hour. the giant panda sparking an uproar. said to have faked the pregnancy possibly to receive more food and nicer accommodations. abc's gio benitez is here. >> there was a whole live broadcast planned out for the birth and then it turns out the panda was looking for luxury through a lie. >> people are going to find out. >> not if we're careful. >> we usually see people faking pregnancies on soap operas like
"desperate housewives" and "general hospital." but this morning a soap opera is taking place where you would least expect it. this panda thought to be pregnant. the research base so excited they revealed she was about to get her own show starring in the first ever live broadcast of a panda birth but this morning zookeepers say despite showing all the signs of being pregnant like changes in appetite and hormones and moving less, she wasn't pregnant after all. phantom pregnancies are normal in pandas but they believe she might have been faking it to improve her quality of life. turns out pregnant pandas at the chengdu base are pampered with complete with air-conditioning, 24/7 care and extra bamboo, fruit and snacks. >> pandas and other bears don't make it real easy to tell whether or not they're pregnant. we treat her as though she's pregnant whether she's pseudopregnant or actually pregnant. we just want to be ready in
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>> "action news" has just learned that the victim in a hit-and-run crash in philadelphia's logan section has died of her injuries. police say she was struck by three vehicles along north broad street. only one of the three drivers stopped at the scene. police are working on description also of the two vehicles that took off. we'll have an update on the investigation on "action news" at noon. matt pellman is filling in for karen with more on what's going on with the accident scene now. >> reporter: horrible story for sure, matt. as the investigation continues the southbound lanes of north broad remained closed at
bellfield avenue by acid's shrimp corner. we have a broken down vehicle at lancaster avenue at clover hill road. there's a crash on the kelly drive by fairmont where we have the made in america preparations. aiken ovaries is blocked out. inner drives of the benjamin franklin parkway. outer drives are open until 10:00 a.m. when they close, you want to stick with the schuylkill expressway, that's how that looks this morning, heavy eastbound traffic, but not too bad. matt. >> david murphy has the a be act forecast. hi, david. >> reporter: hey, matt, it's nice and comfortable on the terrace. high clouds mixing with the sun. we're cool in the upper 50s in allentown and reading. low humidity, lots of sun overall, 81 is the high, not as breezy as yesterday. tomorrow, humid, dry, a high of 82.
good morning, america. it's friday and brad paisley kicking off our giant end of summer celebration. the country crooner heating up central park as we get ready to head into labor day. and would you wear a facekini? it's the hot new summer accessory protecting your skin from the sun. but will this crazy contraption catch on? ♪ how do you like me now a new report revealing hidden trans fats in your food. why those labels may be misleading and what could it mean for you are waistline? plus, labor day is right around the corner. we have the hottest deals hitting stores this weekend from clothing to bikes and more just in time for the holidays. all that and the crowd is going crazy for country beating this summer with brad paisley as
we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ >> boy, this is a crowd that rivals the crowds of the summer. look at that. the red camaro brad paisley arriving in central park. his fans know why a reference to that lyric of the title track off his brand-new number "moonshine in the trunk." we never get wheels like that. >> there's no moonshine in our trunks. >> that anybody knows. >> looking great, brad paisley there he is walking into central park about to greet his adoring fans. the multi-grammy winner has everybody fired up for this, our final party in the park. >> you can hear the crowd going wild. we're heading out to the park in just a few minutes. before we head there amy robach as she always does bringing us up to date on the stories developing now. >> good morning, thank you, good
morning, everyone. we begin with president obama considering u.s. options against islamic militants in syria but saying that the white house has no clear strategy. this morning isis militants have released new video showing dozens of captured syrian soldiers forced to march across the desert to their deaths. despite this increasing brutality from isis president obama says the u.s. is not ready to confront them. nadal hasan who killed 1 at ft. hood wrote a letter to the leader of isis asking to become a citizen of the islamic state. authorizes believe nearly a dozen young americans have now joined that group. also this morning, new fighting in ukraine as that country accuses russia of moving more troops across the border launching a full-scale invasion. president obama accuses russia of lying about troop movements and is threatening now economic sanctions. this morning yoen is in a new york hospital in critical but stable condition.
she stopped breathing during throat surgery thursday and went into cardiac arrest. melissa rivers says her 81-year-old mother is resting comfortably. and airlines around the world are on alert because of a volcano that began erupting overnight in iceland. back in 2010 transatlantic flights were disrupped for a week because of the eruption. so far today no major problems. also overnight dramatic pictures of an eruption in southea southeast asia in papua new guinea, the ash cloud extending 11 miles. well, witnesses say it looked like a scene from a horror movie in one house in england. take -- what a family found in their spare bedroom. this is a wasp's nest on the bed. 5,000 of them lived there after flying flew an open window, the family, i'm going to guess doesn't use that room very much. at least no one sleeping this that bed. >> why would you say that? >> i think you might have noticed it before it got that
bad. experts have now removed the nest. finally, a stunning upset in sports all proving to be a stunning upset for a texas furniture store. that is because last night texas a&m shocked everyone and beat south carolina handily, 52-28 and ashley furniture in college station, texas, unfortunately for them ran a promotion promising that if the aggies won by ten points or more, all items bought in the store between august 16th and august 27th would be on the house. >> whoa. >> free. >> what? >> guess what, customers cashed in. the store had its best month ever more than a million dollars in sales. fortunately the store bought insurance so they're planning to throw a big check writing party sale. >> yeah. >> "good morning america," there are millions of americans racing to that store. insurance, though. >> insurance, that's what the key is when you make bets. big bets. >> keep it in mind. that warning about food labels. dangerous trans fats linked to heart disease and diabetes and a
new government study finding when a label says transphat at zero it doesn't necessarily mean that. abbie boudreau has more. >> reporter: scan items in your grocery store. does zero trans fat means you consume zero fat? >> the fda allows if a product has less than 0.5 grams of trans fats per serving, they can claim that it has zero. it's misleading. >> reporter: according to a new study by the cdc it appears in your favorite goodies when partially hydrogenated oil is on the label. >> it makes food last longer and tastier. having too much of it does increase one's risk for heart disease and diabetes. >> reporter: some brands of chips, cookie, popcorn and pretzels boast zero grams of trans fats. but, in fact, they do con 0.5 grams of trans fats. so what's the big deal?
>> if you're having multiple servings of something like chips you could be having somewhere between 1.5 to 2 grams of trans fat which is less than ideal. >> reporter: the american heart association says you should aim to have no more than two grams of trans fats per day. >> if you see partially hydrogenated vegetable oil it means it has some level of trans fats. >> reporter: small numbers that could make a big difference in your life. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> all right, we appreciate it, abbie. do you read the food labels. tweet us. "pop news" and weather coming but first gio, the "morning menu" in the social square. >> all right, david, here's your "morning menu" right now. would you wear a facekini? it's the latest trend to protect your skin. l. we've got some big labor day deals in stores, 50% off on clothing and appliances and brad paisley is getting ready to rock it out in times square in central park actually.
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brother or sister coming along. >> little, little. >> not very excited. not excited. he's going to be the big brother. i think he's going to be in charge. >> he's exasperated. >> that's a good s.a.t. word, buddy. >> trending overnight upset with his mom. anyway he'll get a little more excite sfwld takes a little while. tre, you'll be fine. >> the same way you felt when you saw gio doing "pop news." >> exasperated. >> i love you, gio. take it away. >> thank you, guys. we start off this friday with good baby news from shakira. she and partner have announced they're expecting their second child together. the pop star confirming the news on twitter thanking her fans for other well wishes and sending another tweet in he spspanish. hopefully a little more excited
than tre. >> god bless you. >> you okay? >> i didn't want to take the attention away from the new baby on the way but, yes. >> i thought you were just exasperated. turns out you had to sneeze. >> that was a real sneeze. >> come on, gio. >> all right, shonn dra rimes always behind the scenes preparing to make her acting debut not taking a role on her hit show "scandal" or "grey's anatomy." she's going to guest star on "the mindy project." shonn dra will play herself and clearly excited about it tweeting, shhh, nobody tell mindy kaling that i can neither act nor appear lifelike on camera. no one stop this from happening. #dreamsdocometrue and she's heading to shonda land to catch up with the actress and she'll get the scoop on "scandal." >> we love shonda. >> that's going to be great. calling all gladiators. calling all david muir fans,
it is a very special time for our pal, david. officially taking over for the one and only diane sawyer as the anchor of "world news" and exciting moment, of course, for all of us and a little preview now of what you can expect come ms. sawyer. >> reporter: reporting from joplin, missouri, more, oklahoma. >> home after home obliterated. she took us to the bathroom where she was huddled and praying. glad you're okay. >> reporter: hurricane carr, revolution in egypt. >> you've never seen anything like this. >> i've never seen anything like there. >> reporter: earthquake in haiti, tsunami in japan. gaza, china, tehran, ukraine, mogadishu. >> you can hear the gunfire around this wall. >> reporter: the stories from every corner of the planet every inch of america because he knows there's so much at stake. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> michigan. >> reporter: when american jobs are on the line he leads the charge.
>> back on the job. >> yeah, back on the job. >> all: made in america. >> reporter: he's been right there. >> our first report from abc's david muir. >> david muir near the front lines. >> abc's david muir leads our coverage once again tonight with that exclusive, david. >> reporter: connecting us to each other and the events in our world that matter most. changing lives for the better. >> welcome home. >> hi, thank you. >> how are you? >> reporter: this is the strength of abc news and the tradition continues, this is david muir. >> abc's "world news with david muir." >> i almost got -- >> so excited for you. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> how does that feel for you? >> honestly, you know, chills, chills first of all, you know, jennings, gibson and sawyer walk down that hallway to that chair in that studio. >> now there you are. >> thank you, amy. >> and diane, if you're watching here this morning, you know how i feel about you. that was just incredible. just incredible. >> very exciting time. we want to share with you is
this is the nicest guy in the business, a terrific writer, a total team player. we couldn't have a better team leader. >> we're in this together, right? you're not going to leave me alone uptown. >> so excited. that was amazing. all right. and also amazing thank you gio, that was a team effort on "pop news" and "heat index" coming up. first ginger has the weather from central park. ginger. >> and a very loud central park, lara. and, david, you know i'll be there every single night with you on "world news" as we always do. but i wanted to say good morning to karina and mariana. what is your favorite song, mariana? >> "beat this summer ft. >> they made 3d signs. the forecast, there have been huge waves out in the pacific ocean. we have this picture. look at that surfer just up ahead the surfboard. a perfect capture. the waves are subsiding but still have higher swells and high surf advisory through the end of the day.
thank you. so five to ten-foot waves there and a look at what's going to happen. northeast, beautiful start to the day mid-60s in new york city and sunshine going into the weekend. . hi, everyone, david murphy on the terrace, thanks, ginger, nice morning, cool and comfortable, low humidity. temperature in the low 60s and upper 50s in some neighborhoods. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a beautiful afternoon, similar to yesterday, a fair amount of sunshine. 81 is the high, low humidity not as breezy as yesterday. a little more humid on saturday, 82. hot and very soupy on sunday and monday. highs of 90s and drenching thunderstorms are possible. >> i think all i'm miss something not the cowboy hat but the jeans, the outfit. is everybody ready for brad paisley? i think so. we'll get to that coming up. let's get back to the studio for now. >> thanks, ginger. looks great out there. >> looks so good. we'll be there soon.
we kick off our "heat index" with the facekini. i'm just going to say it. the forecast. >> what is a facekini. >> they're calling it the latest fashion statement. it protects your skin from the harmful rays and may scare away all over beachgoers. sara haines with the story. >> when you think of a kini, you think of showing off your skin. with this facekini, the exact opposite is true. ♪ >> reporter: soaking up some rays for the last official weekend of summer, you need to come prepared with the essentials. beach chair, check. blanket, check. cooler, check. facekini, what? the facekini is a huge trend in china used for uv protection from the sun. and now high fashion is taking notice. cr fashion book putting out this spread pairing couture clothing from designers like gucci and david yourman with facekinis
which you can get for under $18. but i had to know how does the everyday beachgoer feel about the facekini? do i still look cute? >> have you ever seen one of these before. >> only in like a wrestling match like nacho libre style. >> reporter: can you imagine if everyone on the beach was wearing one of these? >> no. >> can you kiss with it on? >> reporter: while some thought it was a hit, others were not fond of the facekini. >> what are you wearing? >> reporter: okay, maybe not mainstream but perhaps the facekini will catch on with the health and fashion conscious hollywood crowd. after all, it's not a far stretch from this getup madonna wore just last week completely covered from the rays in ibiza and january nigella lawson took no chances wearing what some have called a brkini. >> you have to be pretty confident to wear something like this but if your skin is something you care about and want to protect it, i think you can wear it in a very stylish
way. >> there is one peril the facekini wearer must be ready to, well, face. this is way too hard. much better. >> okay. so i tried to talk david muir into putting this on. he said don't touch my hair. that never happened. but gio said he might put it on. >> i notice that he picked the one that matches his tie so thank you tore that. >> you might be robbing someone at the beach when you wear that. >> i'm not going to lie. i scared a lot of people on the beach. >> can you breathe. >> i don't know what's going on. >> that's the no he hole. >> it's like a ski mask. >> this is my new look, people. >> i never thought gio could make something look not that attractive. >> as we look at gio, we ask you, would you wear one? >> no. >> here's what you had to say. 11% said yes. >> that's actually shocking. >> that's shocking. 89% said no go. >> i think that was 11 people.
anyway next up on the "heat index." labor day means beaches. >> i took it off. >> next up, barbecues and great savings. so many holiday sales. where can you find the best deals. abc's rebecca jarvis tracking down the best sales this weekend. ♪ >> reporter: summer may be coming to an end but it's also the beginning for some of the best sales of the year. so what are the biggest bargains this labor day weekend? >> look for washer/dryers, bikes, mattresses and clothes. >> reporter: and not just warm weather clothes, but clothes that will take you right into the fall and even winter. abercrombie & fitch offering everything in stores and online up to 60% off and jeans, 39 bucks. shop gap.com between now and saturday for up to 40% off and check out banana republic through tuesday for delightful discounts up to 40% off.
what is it about this weekend that makes the deals so great. >> retailers are discounting to get people to spend money. >> reporter: also offering deep discounts on bikes, sears where you'll find this men's schwinn at $286, nearly $50 off. >> that one is $200 off. at lowe's, appliances galore like this maytag dryer for $380 nearly $170 off the regular price this weekend. why is it that washers and dryers and vacuum cleaners of all things are the best deal this time of year? >> a lot of retailers are clearing out their merchandise and they're going to start offering, you know, the new models for the holidays so they want to kind of clear out that merchandise now to make way for the new models. >> reporter: plus major markdowns on mattresses at macy's. this serta perfect sleeper regularly $769 now almost $500 off at $297 so you can sleep
soundly knowing you saved. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> wow, that's pretty big dees. >> happy shopping, everyone. next up on the "heat index," how to get the most out of your frozen yogurt. most people think of it as a healthy snack but it may not be if you go overboard with how much you eat and all those toppings. they always get you. >> granola. >> granola. try m&ms. abc's brandi hitt has the tips on keeping you from overindulling. >> reporter: the creamy treat we love. heads-up if you're watching your waistline. >> people don't know they're making tremendous mistakes. >> reporter: especially with frozen yogurt where lisa lillien gives you tips. >> you should get a four-ounce cup. this is what they'll serve you and it has about seven or eight
ounces. >> reporter: in reality this is what people are filling. >> yeah, because if people go to a self-serve yogurt shop, this is the cup that's offered to them. that can have as many as 800 calories just for the yogurt alone. >> there are three cubes of sugar. >> reporter: rachel beller says there's also more sugar than you think. >> many people think that frozen yogurt has less sugar than ice cream. it could have just as much even more. >> reporter: not only what we put in the cup but what we put on top. >> the worst things are brownie bits or brownie bites. >> reporter: how many calories are we talking about. >> each one probably 40 or 50 calories in there loaded with fat. not uncommon for people to add 500 or 600 calories to their yogurt just in toppings along. >> reporter: the takeaway, this is a no, go with the fresh fruit. >> go with the fresh fruit. >> reporter: so the hungry girl as a list of guilt-free frozen finds. mcdonald's, who knew, the home of the big mac serves an ice cream cone with just 170
calories. a scoop of ben & jerry's mango mango sorbet, only 100 calories but at dairy queen beware of the blizzards, even the small size. >> it has almost 600 calories loaded with fat. a much better choice, the very light pineapple sundae which only has 230 calories for the small. >> reporter: try frozen greek yogurt. >> 100 calories for a half cup, four grams of fiber and eight grams of protein. >> really good. that's really good. i will have another bite. how did i get this assignment? >> hmm. >> reporter: for "good morning america," brandi hitt, abc news, new york. >> all right, david knows it's wheatgrass. >> ohs yeah, with the going yurt. trying m&ms next. >> it's not in the tips, though. >> with a dash of yogurt. >> out to ginger in central park. >> i'm here with some of brad paisley's biggest fans, guyana will do a big smile and sister antonia and every single time we
have a party in the park, gloria is here, gloria, oh, she's from queens and you love every type of music. >> every genre. >> she's got the brad on today. >> yes. that's right. >> you're front row so you'll be able to talk to him whenever you want. all of us have a chance to talk to the man himself chatting on facebook later today when he hosts a facebook chat starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern. first though the three-time grammy winner performing live next.
>> we have more developments in the early morning hit-and-run crash in the logan section of philadelphia that left a woman dead. police say two of the three vehicles that struck the woman have been located. the first car hit the victim and drove off. the second driver stopped past the scene of the accident and the third driver stopped right away. we'll have more on the search for the one driver that's on the loose on "action news" at noon. matt pellman is looking at the accident scene, matt. >> reporter: the southbound lanes of north broad remain blocked at bellfield avenue by
sid booker's shrimp corner. slow speeds on i-95 southbound from allegheny to girard. schuylkill expressway by girard 35 miles per hour. of course the inner drivers of the benjamin franklin parkway are closed for the made in america festivities. our crash on the kelly drive out of there. >> now, let's turn to meteorologist david murphy for the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: all right, matt we're off to a great start, cool and comfortable. some of us in the 50s, 57 into allentown right. 58 in reading. we are up to 64 in philadelphia. 60 in millville. 63 down the shore. this afternoon it will be similar to yesterday, a lot of sunshine overall, 81 the high, low humidity a little less breezy. tomorrow, the humidity gets a bit more noticeable. high of 82. sunday and monday it's going to be steamy and tropical and highs of 90 and thunderstorms could produce downpours.
♪ go nowhere girl >> welcome back to "good morning america." what a great crowd here in central park. so thrilled to be with the one and only brad paisley. so you guys ready? >> we got a question for you. ready to try a little moonshine in the trunk? >> it's a little early for that. >> "good morning america," we can do anything here. brad paisley. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i got a '69 camaro a ram jet
502 i could win the pole at bristol baby but i'm riding round with you ♪ ♪ bored as hell we might as well burn this tank of gas and if we're going nowhere, girl, let's go nowhere fast ♪ ♪ like there's moonshine in the trunk and blue lights on our tail like if we get caught they're gonna haul us off to jail ♪ ♪ like we're helping out uncle jessy making a midnight run let's drive tonight like this whole county's dry and there's moonshine in the trunk ♪ >> wake up, america. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ well they say that's how the duke boys and nascar started out they were hauling bootleg liquor
and look where they are now ♪ ♪ chances are i got a mason jar just rolling round in the back now that white lightning's long gone but it shouldn't be hard to act ♪ ♪ like there's moonshine in the trunk and blue lights on our tail like if we get caught they're gonna haul us off to jail ♪ ♪ like we're helping out uncle jessy making a midnight run let's drive tonight like this whole county's dry and there's moonshine in the trunk ♪ ♪ whoa let's pretend we're running from the law whoa like we're the bonnie and
day weekend with some brad paisley. ah, some good music, isn't it, everyone? we love it. let's get the forecast and how about we love some of the forecast. let me give you a breakdown of what's going to be happening throughout the holiday weekend. a few storm, remember, that's not a washout from the southeast to northeast but something to be watching for and severe pocket does happen toward the later part of the weekend, sunday into monday. a hot weekend in the southwest and just a little bit of rain in the northwest. there it is from west to east and that's the big >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. we have sun and clouds and the humidity is low and light breeze. this afternoon, 81 and nice, low humidity and more humid on saturday and steamy on sunday >> all right, all that weather has been brought to you by walmart. you see that, yeah, we got the cover guy here. i'm joined by 13 members of new york's bravest here to celebrate
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[ cheers and applause ] in central park. that sounded so good and three-time grammy winner is kind enough to be here and talk to us for a little bit. play a little bit more. i love the way you have had celebrities help you leak out a lot of these songs, it's very innovative and very fun. >> it's been fun. it's allowed me to control the first listen for people that, you know, it's kind of guilt by association. you get the right person to leak the song and it sort of says, oh, this is something that kind of means something like what they are which is -- had jeff gordon do "moonshine in the trunk" which makes sense. he knows how to drive that way, ellen degeneres did a song called "shattered glass." nasa did "flag on the moon." >> you had nasa help you leak a song. how do you pull that off, brad? >> that was simply an idea that i had after we started this, i thought they'd be perfect and we just reached out and they're sort of looking for that message which is the message of we can do anything and they've got their sights set on mars so they were like, this is our song.
we want to do it. >> it was your little boy that inspired that. >> walked out on the porch, you have to hear the song to get the rest of it but walked out on the porch and squinted staring at the moon one night. i said what are you doing. he said, i i think i can see the flag and i said, that's the metaphor of all metaphors. >> you have to love that innocence and hopefulness and also "moonshine in the trunk" i love is sort of about the beginnings of nascar. >> yeah. >> tell us a little about that. >> most uniquely american thing i hi in the car world is that we have muscle cars because they outlawed alcohol which was the worst idea in the history of our country. [ cheers and applause ] but they -- that gave birth to the muscle khartoumup, guys that soup up their cars and try to get across the dry county. we wouldn't have the "dukes of hazard" without it. >> what would we do without that. >> what would we do without them. >> daisy duke, the general. >> we wouldn't have daisy dukes.
nobody would cut jeans off. >> you go from that to the power ballad that is so, so beautiful. "perfect storm." i've got to believe has been inspired by a beautiful woman in your life, kimberly. >> that's true. it could have been about -- no, it is, yeah. it's a song that to me celebrates the volatility. it compares a woman to a storm, like if you're a storm chaser looking for that once in a century event the right girl is that. >> that's pretty great. >> with all of the wind and rain also beauty. >> who wouldn't want to be described as that? >> well. >> the ladies love you. the guys want to hang with you. it's a great, great album. i just want to say before we get to the next song it has been described critics are loving it by the way, congratulations. >> are they? i haven't read it. >> described as very appropriate for this weekend, the perfect soundtrack to your labor day barbecue. so -- >> that was described by my record label. i have a feeling. >> that was a critic. what do you say we take a listen. >> that would be great. >> a little "river bank"?
>> yes. >> let's do it. ♪ ♪ ♪ well i won $2 on a scratchoff ticket so i went back to the counter and i bought two more with it ♪ ♪ and i won 10 bucks and that was just right so i bought a six-pack and a bag of ice ♪ ♪ you know even if our ship came in and this is all we got it ain't like we really need a million dollar yacht 'cause ♪ ♪ we got an inner tube we got a trailer hitch we're near the river and far from rich ♪ ♪ but we have got each other and gas in the tank we're laughing all the way to the riverbank ♪
>> it's the summer concert series on "gma." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ still can you imagine if we ever struck it i'd go shoot tequila take a lime and suck it ♪ ♪ and we'd tell our bosses they can do the same we'll find a big cruise ship and buy the whole dang thing ♪ ♪ we'd sail around the world and go to shore in a dinghy but till that dream comes true go and grab your bikini 'cause ♪ ♪ we got an inner tube we got a trailer hitch we're near the river and far from rich ♪ ♪ but we have got each other and gas in the tank and we're laughing all the way to the riverbank ♪ ♪ ♪ however it goes whatever happens we got it made in these
♪ inflatable pool full of dad's hot air i was 3 years old ♪ ♪ flashing everywhere and so began my love affair with water ♪ ♪ on a riverbank with all my friends a big old rope tied to a limb ♪ ♪ and you're a big old wuss if you don't jump in the water ♪ ♪ when that summer sun starts to beating down and you don't know what to do ♪ ♪ go and grab someone and drive
until that map turns blue ♪ ♪ daytona breach on spring break 18 girls up on stage ♪ ♪ white t-shirts about to be sprayed with water ♪ ♪ oh letter go boys ♪ ♪ ♪ when that summer sun starts to beating down and you don't know what to do ♪ ♪ just go and grab someone you wanna see in a bathing suit and drive until the map turns blue ♪
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♪ she's got brazilian leather boots on the pedestrial of her n car listen to the beatles singing back in the ussr ♪ ♪ yeah she's going around the world tonight but she ain't leaving here ♪ >> philadelphia police are looking for the hit anticipate run driver who struck and killed a woman in the logan section of
the city. three vehicles ended up hitting the victim. two of the vehicles stopped. police are working on a description of the third vehicle. we'll have more on the investigation on "action news" at noon. 8:57, friday morning, karen is off, matt pellman is here with a look at traffic, matt. >> reporter: we're keeping our eyes on 42 which looks good, matt. we're thinking it's a different situation this afternoon when everybody is shore bound, but for now, nice, light volume. if you're riding patco trains will run every 26 minutes during the midday until 3:00 p.m. and then you'll have more train also running. septa buses are looking at detours because of the made in america closures. on the big picture, traffic lights on flash on boulevard at adams avenue. and accident at osage and 52nd. >> let's get the weather with
david murphy. >> reporter: cool and comfortable, matt, 67 degrees, in philadelphia. 61 in reading, 63 in allentown. mid # 0s down the shore. this afternoon won't be as breezy, but nice with a fair amount of sunshine. 81 is the high, low humidity. more humidity on saturday, soupy, saturday and sunday, 90 the high, and a chance of drenching downpours and thunderstorms. >> a bitter sweet labor day weekend at the jersey shore as atlantic city braces for the first of three casino closings we'll have more on the showboat and it's plans to lock up for good. "live" with
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