tv Action News ABC November 10, 2014 5:00am-5:31am EST
>> good morning it is 5:00 a.m., monday, november 10. breaking no this morning. >> three people including a child are sickened from an an unknown odor. rally for ryan the brother of the 6-year-old who was tortured and killed. >> mark sanchez starts for the eagles tonight and he will try to keep the team on time in the
nfc east. >> good morning, let's go over to david and karen. good morning. >> reporter: looks like we'll get sunshine early thorning -- this morning, as we have cloud cover off to the east. temperatures this morning are on the chilly side. 39 degrees in philadelphia. still below freezing in allentown and millville. 34 in trenton. 34 in reading and low 40 os down the shore. as we head out the door, not a lot of wind out there. all the reporting stations outside of the poconos are reporting calm winds. even though it's chilly, we don't have the windchill to worry about. 6:00, 37, 8:41, we see moderation despite the fact it will be chilly during that early period. plenty of sunshine, 45 by 9:00.
56 by noon, 3:00 p.m., 60 by 6:00 p.m. we're in the low 50s. looks like we stay mild for the next several days before the cooler air rides in from the west, karen rogers i'll have details on what that comes and how bad it will be in the accuweather seven day. >> reporter: all right, dave we have a dry commute for monday morning. girard avenue no problems coming in from king of prussia or gulph mills. on the big picture picture you can see the speeds reflecting that. the blue route and i-95 looking good, as well. eagles play tonight at 8:30 lots of congestion in south philadelphia. so take the sports express trains. flying on the pennsylvania turnpike westbound starting near bensalem, speeds in the 60, 65 miles per hour near willow grove, no overnight construction so you're looking good, if you're heading toward willow grove or fort washington. no delays just yet.
burlington bristol bridge was closed for maintenance, it was scheduled to be open about now. one live look, this is new jersey, 42 northbound light volume coming up from turnersville or black wood. >> toxic fumes have sent two adults and a child to a hospital in south jersey. we have an "action news" crew on the scene and katherine is ready to go and live in winslow, camden county. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, authorities are trying to determine the source, we are told there are very high carbon monoxide readings from the home. three people were tone to the hospital. the fire department is on the scene. a truck from south jersey gas. there's been no other evacuations in the area. 911 call came in at 3:30 when the police arrived at the home on hidden hollow lane in winslow
township. the child answered the door and collapsed. the carbon monoxide readings are so high that emergency responders can't enter the home him they are venting the home and go in when they can. three people in the hospital, there's no word on their condition yet, but we are on the scene and we'll bring you updates as we get them. scott -- katherine scott. >> a 60-year-old woman was hurt in a fast-moving fire in east mount airy section around 1:00. fire crews rescued the woman from a second floor bedroom. she is in stable condition at the hospital being treated for smoke inhalation. >> we learned overnight a 50-year-old man shot in the head in a car in the city's germantown section has died. his car had hit two parked cars
along the 5200 block of marion street late last night. the man was not carrying identification. a chester county community is struggling with the murder of scottie mcmilan has done something special for his brother ryan. the bike club, the infamous riders of chester county held a clothing drive for his brother. his mother and her boyfriend is charged with killing scottie. dozens of friends and strangers came together yesterday to try to help in some way to ease ryan's pain. >> we're asking for gifts for him and clothing for school. winter items such as a coats and jackets and gloves and keep him warm for the winter and put a smile on his face. >> what they are doing, is a great cause, it's beautiful. we need this. >> so far there's no word on
when scottie mcmilan's funeral will takes place. >> president obama is on his first stop during a tour of asia. he arrived last night and began work at the asia pacific economic convention, he will visit myanmar and australia. the annual veterans parade in lower makefield township took place yesterday. many federal offices banks and schools will be closed for the holiday tomorrow. >> the new rothman institute at dill worth park opens on friday. the rink which has received corporate support from 6abc will remain open 7 days a week through february 22. >> the eagles are ready to take
on the panthers under the monday night spotlight. they are hoping to remain in first place with mark sanchez as an eagle. coach chip kelly said he is not worried in the last two years he started for the jets, sanchez had the most turnovers in the nfl. we'll hear from the eagles quarterback in the next half-hour. we're teeming up with phl17 to bring you this game. the coverage starts with countdown to kickoff and the game is at 8:30 on phl17. >> a little taste of late summer again. >> reporter: well in a way we'll get milder and it will stay milder for the next several days. the cooler air that everyone is talking about from the west it will migrate east. we're starting out monday morning dry, as we look outside we have center city, the promise of sunshine coming up nice and
bright over the horizon in a little while. for now, chilly, but winds are calm. cool enough for a coat. 31 degrees in allentown and millville. there's no precipitation around, so we expect no problems with frozen road conditions. we're we're in the mid 40s along the boardwalks in atlantic city and sea isle at this time. we have cloud cover to the west that may streak through. those in the northern and western suburbs see more of it than we do in south jersey and delaware and philadelphia. the curvature of the earth sun goats over the clouds, we start out nice and bright. later today there could be a sweep or two of clouds, but generally speaking it's a mainly sunny day. up in allentown, plenty, 60 winds that will help. down the shore, milder getting up to 64 degrees, mainly sunny, cool on the nice side.
in philadelphia, pretty much the same story it's going to be on the cool side, above average high of 61. lots of sunshine, pretty nice with the winds staying in the single digits today. as we roll through the day, 41 degrees by 8:00. 52 by 11. 61 is the high, you'll see we'll hit that around 2:00. we're down to 5 degrees by 5:00. for the eagles look for a kickoff temperature of 50 degrees and 48 at the end of game. partly cloudy an dry, not a lot of winds chilly enough for a jackets an sweatshirt beneath that eagles jersey. as we look at current temperatures you can see the cooler air starting to move into places like bismarck north dakota. that will charge down to the central states, it will be a cool influx of air, down right cold in some cases. that air will moderate as it
heads in our direction. we'll get cooler, especially in the morning kind of cold, but not unusual for this time of year. 61 degrees mostly sunny skies that's the high today. even milder tomorrow for veterans day. if you're outdoors for any ceremonies, it's going to be 67 degrees in philadelphia. 65 on wednesday a mix of clouds and sun. thursday that's when the cooler air moves in from the west. we'll get a high of 51 we'll start out in the 30s in the morning. friday is when the chillier stuff marches in. we'll get a high of 43 in the morning. some suburbs will be around the freezing mark and saturday starting out in philadelphia below freezing and winding up with a brisk and pretty chilly high of 44 degrees we do moderate to 47 by sunday, okay. >> it's 5:10. a man took his dog on a trip to florida, but when the man landeds companion was nowhere to be found. >> the last of two americans
held prisoner in north korea are free. >> reporter: 202 traffic heading toward malvern overnight construction is clear. we'll take you to exton chester county and the pottstown area when we come back. >> astronauts from the international space station returned home safely overnight. we have the landing later okay, who likes yams? merry christmas! thanks but this gift, it's kind of half-fast. what's wrong? we still have cable internet, so our uploads are half the speed of our downloads. so i'll be half-fast when i share my photos. and i'll do a half-fast job updating my blog.
maybe nothing at philadelphia international airport. it is mud. >> it is monday. let's go over to karen rogers and see what to expect with your monday traffic. >> reporter: monday are usually quiet at this early hour. that's the case rient as we check the -- right now as we check the suburban traffic report. between worthington road and 113 they will continue the road widening project blocking a lane, from 9:00 to 3 and 6:00 p.m. to the overnight hours. right now you're looking good, but you'll see the construction before you know it. pilots, 422 eastbound between 7:24 arena sanatoga, from 9 to 2:00 they will be preplacing the new bridge beams expect a lane blocked there as well. construction crews coming out in above the those area before --
both of those areas before you know it. in quakertown we have speeds between 60 and 65 miles per hour on the northeast extension. it's cold out there this morning, quakertown 31 degrees, sitting at the freezing mark in pottstown, coatsville, 35. 31 in kennett square. saint david, # -- 31. 30 degrees in hammonton and 31 in dover delaware. >> kasi hickcox was placed in mandatory quarantine in new jersey. she was allowed to return to maine where she divide orders to stay inside.wed to return to she has not shown any symptoms of ebola. now you've heard about an airline losing a bag, one man said they took that further and lost his dog.
he boarded a flight from lax on friday. he was in a crate. he chewed through the crate and escaped. debt at that they regreet that this happen while the dog was in his care. >> the sixers sit at 0-7. nerlens noel sat out last night's game with an ankle injury. the sixers kept it close in the first quarter, but the raptures beat them. time for the chicago bears to go into early hibernation. rogers threw all six of his td passes before half-time. green bay coasts to 55-14 win. >> ouch.
more research sports knowledge that prevent absent it has to start -- obesity, it has to start early. >> reporter: we're in the 30s in most neighborhoods, we have the hoods up on the kids. there's not a lot of winds, that's good. this afternoon they can take the hood down. we're rooting for philadelphia college of osteopathic medicine our college ♪this holiday season, my good friend gave to me♪ ♪7 powerball tickets ♪6 match 6 chances ♪5 cash 5s ♪4 big 4s ♪3 daily numbers ♪2 mega millions
assault. >> reporter: time to check the traffic, how about we look at i-95. >> how about it. >> reporter: traffic heading toward center city on your right. overnight construction at academy road will block one lane from 8 to midnight. not right now, you're looking good, regional rails, elwin line is shuttle busing and you're back to all green. >> reporter: on the big board we are looking at a chilly start most of us us in the 30s. 56 by noon. 60 by 3:00 p.m. we'll get a high of 61 around 2:00 p.m. and by 6:00 p.m. we're back down to 52. light winds and lots of sun, a little bit on the cool side, but the numbers i showed you are above average. at the big board we have all green aircraft which is a good
indication of no major delays and we have no rain in our most commonly traveled destinations. 64 in orlando, matt and tam. >> with the cold season upon us, you might want to take extra precaution so you don't get sick. where are the germs lurking. here's ali ali gorman. >> reporter: germs are everywhere. that's pretty dirty. we swabbed surfaces to show you where germs are lurking and what you need to do to protect yourself. >> kids in 4th and 5th grade are likely to be obese by
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breaking right now, toxic fumes have sickened a family inside their south jersey home overnight. we're live with new information. >> a car goes so far off the road it lands in the second floor of the home. we're hearing from the people who were inside when it happened. >> the eagles get ready for a monday night matchup at the linc. hear from mark sanchez as he gets ready for his first start with the birds. >> good morning everybody, david and karen are here and would like to present weather and traffic. >> reporter: here we go. we'll have sunshine pouring over the horizon later on. for the most part, the clouds will be high and thin, we won't see much of the sun obscured. 39 degrees, 31 in allentown and millville. a couple of spots below freezing. down the shore, low