tv Action News ABC November 21, 2014 6:00am-7:01am EST
>> good morning everyone it is 6:00 a.m., friday are november 21. we are following breaking news. >> a broken water main in the lehigh valley triggers a huge sinkhole and forces residents out of their homes overnight. >> parts of western new york remain under siege from the skies. find out how penndot helps our neighbors to the north. >> accuweather tracks a cold
blast of air, but it will be followed up by a warm weekend. >> at least it's not buffalo. >> reporter: at least it's not alaska, although they were better than us earlier in the week. looking at satellite, there's very little cloud cover out there. that's not the story. the temperatures will impact you, that today and the wind. 25 in allentown, 29 in philadelphia, 29 in millville. there's a bit of a breeze blowing in the teens that has knocked the windchill down to 18 in philadelphia. 14 in allentown 18 in trenton. 17 in wilmington and 18 in sea isle city. out the door we go to the catch the school bus, we're dressing up in the extra gear. 28 by 7:00. 29 by 8:00. as we roll through the day, we're colder than yesterday. 29 by 8:00.
3:00 p.m., 36 that's dropping down from a high of 38. 6:00 p.m. back below the freezing mark and blustery. when i step back inside we'll look at the weekend it's mainly good news. >> reporter: it's cold out there, and we don't have much to complain about as far as the traffic. this is i-95 approaching cottman , southbound building at cottman and girard. the vine street expressway, no problems between i-95 and the schuylkill expressway. 422 eastbound traffic heading toward king of prussia. i warned you about the construction and traffic stoppage they were doing overnight. that's all cleared. one issue that's out there, it's a big one in bethlehem, north hampton county, a sinkhole that was large enough to swallow a utility truck. stick to washington street to avoid the problem there, matt.
>> that's our breaking story, karen, a broken water main set off a series of problems in the lehigh valley overnight a sinkhole opened up and a neighborhood had to evacuate. katherine scott is along the scene on hampton road in bethlehem township. >> reporter: that's right, matt, more than 30 residents had to evacuate last night. the red cross set up a shelter for them. 80 customers are without gas. crews are working along the 1800 block of hampton, they are working on the water line and they try to restore the gas. we're hearing a lot of water service, although not all of it has been restored. i want to go to the picture, this is what crews were dealing with. a ppl truck that toppled into the sinkhole and on top of the gas main last night, that truck was removed. crews were called out for a
water main break. while crews were there, the sing hole opened up and the utility truck was swallowed by it, it was balanced only a 4-inch high pressure natural gas line. that caused an evacuation of 300-foot radius in the neighborhood. the driver of the truck was able to get out and not injured. the gas and water was shot off while the crews removed the truck from the sinkhole. the truck is gone now, but more than 80 customers are without gas, the water, as far as restoring the water, the numbers are better. local areas do not have water, but a lot of water has been restored. as far as the gas line, "action news" remains on the scene we'll let you know when we have more updates, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> developing right now, police found a woman stabbed in the kitchen of her home in chester, delaware county. doctors at the hospital could
not save her. the woman was discovered after midnight at the home of the 700 block of angle street. police are searching for her killer and the motive. new from the overnight, fire forced a home out of their home in delaware county. it happened in olden at 2:00. crews say the fire appeared to have started in the basement. everybody got out safely. penndot is sending a fleet of plows up to buffalo. there's a new concern, flooding, the temperatures are expected to warm up fast and that could trigger a meltdown. >> the buildings that are compromised, the buildings that are at risk for collapse or further collapse will be in a worse situation once that happens, bus there will be extra weight because of the rain. >> the snowfall is blamed for ten deaths and stranding dozens
of motorists. the envelope has moved the jets bills game from buffalo to detroit. >> a federal judge is expected to rule on new jersey's effort to legalize sports betting. the four major sports league and the ncaa are suing to block it. the case is hijing on technical -- hinging on technicalities. the judge overseeing the bankruptcy filing of trump entertainment resort will consider whether the bankruptcy should change from bankruptcy to liquidation, that is set for december 4. seizure may file for -- caesar may file for bankruptcy next year, they own 8 of the
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i loved it back then, sounds like we're going back to the future, maribel. >> thank you for the cookies. >> tens of thousands of runners are gearing up forays weekend, they will sweat it out in the philadelphia marathon this sunday morning. the rothman 8k run will be held on the parkway tomorrow morning. those events and the health expo will be held today. the marathon will close several roads and cause detours. that's at 6abc.com. >> she sends us stuff every year, she's delightful she is good to have her on business everyday. >> reporter: especially when she sends you stuff. no she is, i enjoy her business reports, too. we have clear skies, we are expecting sunshine up over the
horizon off the coast of south jersey and atlantic city, a little bit later on. it is going to be a bright one today, but unfortunately not all that comfortable. take a look at the current numbers, 29 degrees in philadelphia. 28 in wilmington. 26 in trenton. 25 in allentown and just below the freezing mark along the boardwalk in sea isle cities and atlantic city. it's a chilly one out there this morning. the windchills right now making it feel worse. winds are running in the teens in most spots. that's giving you a windchill of 18 in philadelphia. the impinge of the temperature and the wind and how it feels as you step outside, 14 is the windchill in allentown, 18 in trenton. 17 in wilmington, and even down the shore 18-degree readings. satellite and radar shows you how we have lots of sunshine later on. you'll need sunglasses going up nye -- i-95. if you're traffic b -- traveling out to western pha today.
allen be town, crisp and cold, high of 36 degrees. down the shore, 40, but with the brisk wind it will feel cooler than that. in philadelphia, 38 degrees, chillier than yesterday when we got up to 50 in a a lot of spots. winds out of the northwest gusting to 30 miles per hour. 29 by 8:00. up to the freezing mark by 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., 38. close to the freezing mark at 5:00 p.m. you will want to dress warm because of the strong blustery winds. we have a trough of cold air sweeping down to chicago, but we'll get high pressure from the south that will pull in milder air over the weekend. we'll get air in memphis, atlanta and dallas on sunday.
it will be cold tomorrow morning for the 8k in philadelphia. the sunday marathon, 38 degrees by 7:00. 53 by noon. cold in the morning, saturday afternoon we'll be in the 40s and back in the 50s on sunday. eagles game, partly sunny skies, light winds and temperatures in the mid 50s that's not too bad. hopefully we get a win out of the birds. 38 degrees is the high, brisk and colder than yesterday. tomorrow, chilly in the morning, but we improved to 44 in the afternoon. 56 on sunday, any rain on sunday should hold off until late at night. how about monday, a couple of showers in the morning, after that sun returns and a high of 70! remember that it's been a while. back down to 60 on tuesday, wednesday and thanksgiving
thursday look to be in the 40s. probably 47 on thanksgiving. probably dry. >> probably dry. a survivor's story, we hear from a man who you survived a dy pileup in berks county. >> we look at the school story and the gunman's text messages. it's almost a replay of charlie brown's christmas, residents in a local town think their christmas tree stinks. >> what happened?
>> welcome back you're taking a live look sky6 live hd looking out over philadelphia international airport. 6:15, 31 degrees. >> dry as a bone on that roadway. >> reporter: right, nice, in fact the construction crews cleared early. they were expected to be out there until 7:00. they are done their job, it's cold out there they wanted to finish early. traffic is moving northbound with the construction cleared. we have an accident at lyndon
avenue at vasser lane in upper moreland. the numbers on the schuylkill expressway, 50 miles per hour. i-95 44 southbound at cottman, 25 near girard watch for that slow go there. and we could look right now at the temperatures in the region, 29 degrees that's what it feels like in philadelphia. 25 in allentown. the temperature dropped to 29 in millville. when you factor in the winds it feels like 18 in the city, 14 in allentown, 16 in millville. big change in 24 hours. >> this is breaking this morning, please listen closely because police in delaware county are looking for a missing 10-year-old little boy, his name is michael hawkins he vanished on the 100 block of greenwood road in sharon hill.
he was wearing tan pants and green hoodie and blue and yellow sneakers. if you think you've seen him, call police. >> a driver describes a terrifying moment when he find himself staring at an out of control big rig in berks county. tom james was on the road that morning. >> the car was oned front bumper -- was on his front bumper coming towards me, i kept moving to the right-hand side of the road, i ran out of real estate. next thing i know i was spinning. >> jeremy augustine of emmaus was killed. the trucker who is in custody fell asleep at the wheel. >> newly released documents shed light on the days leading up to a high school shooting in washington state.
moments before the shooting 15-year-old jaylen fryburg texted a dozen relatives, describing what he wanted to wear at his funeral and who she would get his personal possessions and to apologize to the family of his friends. he sent text to a female friend talking about his death and the funeral. he fatally shot four friends and wounded a 5th teecialg before killing himself -- teenager before killing himself. >> a wild ride with a violent ending. >> up next, two of the most popular flyers ever take their place among the team's all-time greats. >> reporter: it's cold this morning and windy, we'll be back with the airport call and the day planner forecast.
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fares. here's wendy saltzman with a preview. >> reporter: we found taxi cabs put riders in danger. i'll shoal -- i'll show you the under cover video you won't believe. >> it has to be changed. >> reporter: we have a accident on i-95 on southbound side at the betsy ross bridge. the accident is blocking the right lane and right shoulder. doesn't look like the emergency workers are here just yet. you have to be careful, southbound traffic this is happening right now jamming approaching cottman to the betsy ross bridge. watch for this at the bridge itself. septa regional rail showing the median elwin line shuttle busing again, dave. >> reporter: we have
temperatures in the 20s and windchills in the teens. 18 this afternoon, 36 degrees by 3:00. the high will be 38 around 2:00. the thing about today, strong winds rattling through the subway tracks and he elsewhere around the region. we'll have gusts as high as 30, it will feel like the 20s even at the highlight of the afternoon heating. >> 0-11, sixers play the phoenix sun. 0-17 was set back in 1972. fans lamented the legion of deem when they took the ice.
minnesota crushes the home crowd scoring the game winner. minnesota wins, the flyers lost 4 straight. >> why one community's christmas tree is the talk of the town for all the wrong reasons. so will katherine scott ie scene of a sinkhole that's forcing people out of their homes. >> reporter: unfortunate chain of events in bethlehem township. a utility truck falls into a sinkhole on top of a gas line.
>> welcome back you're taking a live look out across penns landing at the ben franklin bridge, beautiful start to your friday, as the sun starts to come up, 31 degrees, the high 38 degrees. police in kansas missouri were chasing a woman accused of driving a stolen vehicle. she hit a fire hydrant and hit a front of a building and the buildings came tumbling down on the suv. the driver was injured and expected to be okay. manufacturing grew at its fastest pace in 21 years. it reached the highest level since december 1993. manufacturers in the region are expected to step up hiring in the next 12 months. brand new at 6:00.
the official christmas tree in reading is the talk of the town for all of the wrong reasons. some people are not fans of the 50-foot norway spruce that went up on monday. they call it embarrassing and aatrocious. that includes the count prod who said he'll have the tree replaced. he plans to ask for donations to buy decorations for the new true. i'm charlie brown might have different feelings. >> sometimes there's beauty in the imperfection. still ahead, president obama takes action on immigration and makes a challenge to congress. >> another woman charges bill cosby with sexual abuse. ♪this holiday season, my good friend gave to me♪
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>> breaking right now a water main break leads to a sing hole and swallows up a utility truck. >> a fierce fire burns through a home overnight what police found inside that makes them think somebody started the flames on purpose. >> it's a rivalry that goes back to the beginning of the sport itself. the hawks of lehigh and the leopards of lafayette get ready for a milestone matchup. it's more than football. >> >> good morning, 6:30, november november 21. david murphy is outside with accuweather and karen rogers is helping out with your commute, good morning. >> reporter: good morning guys we're off to a bright start or soon will be. take a look at satellite, the
cloud cover has departed the local area overnight and we're looking at plenty of sunshine. that will not help a whole lot. 29 degrees in philadelphia. 25 in allentown. 28 in wilmington, and these numbers, of course are not the story. we have a wind blowing around the region and it feels like 18 degrees right now. the windchills leading the weather story this morning. 18 in trenton. feels like 17 in wilmington, 14 in allentown and 20 down the shore. as we head off to school or work or anything else you're doing on friday it's on the chilly side. 8:00, 29 degrees, noon, 34 arena 3:00, 36 these down from a high of 38 that's hitting around 2:00. blustery winds keeping the windchills in the 20s. things get better over the weekend, carp, details from accuweather coming up. >> all right, dave we have a problem on i-95. southbound you can see in our camera it's at the ben franklin bridge, an accident off to the
left lane and the right shoulder at this point. looks like they just move i movd it from there. we have vehicles oh, either side. doesn't look like the police are on the scene, i-95 southbound creating a jamup at this point because it's in a bad spot. jammed from cottman to the betsy ross bridge, all right a 30 minute ride southbound from woodhaven to the vine as we are watching live penndot is pulling unto the scene with the accident on i-95.>> people are out of tr homes right now because of a sing hole, cold morning to have that happen. katherine scott has the latest update, good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the gas is shut off for 80
customers, more than 30 homes had to evacuate, the red cross set up a shelter overnight. work is being done on hampton road in bethlehem township. they are making inspections. they are making repairs. the chain of events led to this, the back of a ppl truck getting swallowed up by the sinkhole, but the problem didn't end there. that truck landed on a gas main. the driver was not injured. let's go to new video we have the truck after it was pulled out of the sinkhole. it had to be a careful operation so more damage wasn't done. it started with a water main break on the 1800 block of hampton. while crews were here, a sinkhole opened up, the utility truck sunk. the truck was balanced on top of a 4-inch high pressure natural gas line. that caused the evacuation of a 300-foot radius. there was no gas leak, the evacuation was a precaution. the gas and water was shut off
while the crews tried to remove the truck. gas is shut off for more than 08 customers and there's no word yet on when that service will be restored. we're live in bethlehem township, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. and new this morning, police are trying to figure out if someone started a house fire in torresdale on purpose. the action cam was on the 8600 block of roles lane around 2:30. fire crews were able to get the flames under control quickly, but they say they found an accelerant they think was cruised to speed up the fire. nobody was hurt. >> 6:34, the town of tabernacle , new jersey is copying with a violent tragedy, a young boy and girl were shot to death, the mother and other son were shot and fighting for their lives in the hospital. the action cam was outside the school in tabernacle.
last night people gathered to pray. an adult discovered the victims in the bedroom of the home and called 911. "action news" spoke to the long time friend a friend of the mother identified as jeaninne lepage. >> her kids were like my own kids. i can't believe it's happened. >> now, police say they are not looking for any suspects in the homicide, but they will not say who they think pulled the trigger and why. nine people lived in the home on holy drive all are related. our coverage of the tragic story in tabernacle continues online, we have the most up-to-date information including video reports and pictures from the scene. >> a man pulled off a robbery in west oak lane, but ran into a security guard with run. the thief tried to hold up the rite aid on stenton avenue.
but the guard shot him multiple times. the suspect is in critical condition. president obama explained to the nation how and why he will take executive action to stop almost 5 million illegal immigrants from being deported. immigration activists waived american flags outside the white house while the president made a televised addressed inside. if people register with the government, pass a background check and pay taxes they can get work permits and avoid deportation for three years. he said the steps he is taking does not grant citizenship or the right to stay here, only congress can do that, a direct challenge to those who oppose his plan. >> those members of congress who challenge making our immigration better, i have one
answer, pass a bill. >> the president said his actions will let immigration officials focus on chris, gang members and terrorists and not illegal immigrants who follow the law. >> the republicans call the plan unconstitutional. >> baggage handlers are back on the job at philadelphia international airport. this is new video showing the workers who returned this morning. they want on strike yesterday. airport officials said it didn't cause much of a disruption. they are not unionized. they say they want their wages to match airline employees and protested what they call unsafe working conditions. >> time to take a look at accuweather, cold out there, right now, but it gets better. >> reporter: it gets better over the weekend. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry and when we look outside we're cold. the cameras are bouncing because there's winds blowing this
morning. lots of sun coming up. 29 degrees right now in philadelphia. the wind is out of the west at 14 miles per hour and the winds actually in the teens even up as high as 20 everywhere you look. every now and then you get a single digit. the winds are not constantly they go up and down a little bit and everybody will be dealing with the higher numbers as we go into the morning and the afternoon. satellite and radar showing any significant cloud cover across the region, 29 degrees by 8:00. 32 the freezing mark by 11:00. today's high 38 at 2:00. yesterday we got up close to 50 in a lot of neighborhoods, feeling chilly today. with the winds gusting as high as 30 miles per hour it will feel like the 20s even at the height of the afternoon. in fact here the future tracker 6 windchills for you, forecasting up to 24 in terms of how it will feel by 2:00 that's about when the high will hit.
high temperatures across the cold even without the wind. 36 in allentown. 36 in trenton. 38 in wilmington and millville. 40 down the shore, blustery conditions making it feel cooler. as we take a look at the national numbers, there's a trough of arctic air pushing into chicago currently, we're going to focus on this air mass to the south and southwest where you see the milder numbers as you head over the weekend. we'll be getting an area of high pressure off the coast that will start to draw in the milder air mass, and over the weekend you'll see the temperatures improve. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 38 today, brisk and colder, you'll need to bundle up today and this evening. partly sunny saturday, chilly, high of 44. although a little better tomorrow afternoon than this afternoon, i should say. tomorrow, we get milder, high of 56 in the afternoon. any rain holds off until the nighttime, partly sunny forecast, 54 at the quickoff for
the eagles and titans, nice weather for this timeful year down at lincoln financial field. monday, very mild, how about that high of 70? there are showers in the morning and the afternoon mild, maybe a couple of people going out and enjoying it for a couple of hours if you ever that option. tuesday, 58. back in the upper 40s for wednesday. thanksgiving thursday, 47 degrees, it's dry, and not that wind, but the start of the parade is likely in the upper 30s, so you'll want to bundle up early. >> good, 6:40, even more trouble for bill cosby. another woman is accusing the woman of rape while a local institution continues to stand by the comedian. >> it's the most historic college rivalry in america, this morning the hits an incredible milestone. >> reporter: we have an accident at i-95, the schuylkill expressway, too, this is the accident at the end of the
6:43. >> back up on the ben franklins bridge? >> reporter: this is an accident blocking the betsy ross bridge, blocking the left lane, they are getting stuck behind the accident and needing to come around it. it was blocking the right shoulder, the left lane and the right shoulder, i-95 southbound you can see your jammed at this point as we switch our camera view you get a better sense of the jam-up approaching cottman jammed from approaching cottman to the betsy ross bridge. 29 travel time from wood haven to the vine. a few minutes heavier than normal. i-95 in the 20s, we're slowing on the schuylkill expressway i showed you the accident eastbound at belmont partially blocking the ramp. 14 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway westbound. slow near girard at 38 miles per
hour. we have an accident at lyndon avenue at vester lane. 29 degrees is the high temperature, it's cold out there today, matt. >> yet another woman has come forward to accuse bill cosby of rape. her story is similar to the others. she said cosby drugged her with pills and assaulted her. she said the assault happened in 1976 in las vegas after cosby performed there. cosby has not commented on the allegations. he performed in the bahamas last night. temple university said cosby will keep his post on the school's board of trustees. from our delaware newsroom, raging flames destroyed a house in wilmington. the action cam was on 5th an jefferson avenue where the fire started last night. massive flames were shooting out of the empty 3 story buildings. firefighters were worried there might have been squatters inside, but didn't find anyone.
they are not sure how it started. >> the college football rivalry in the lehigh valley. this weekend it allows for another historic chapter. they will play for the 150th time tomorrow. the first matchup goes back to 1884 before helmets or the forward pass. the students will tell you the rivalry is alive and well. >> tradition it's such a big part of the culture here. >> we're out for blood that's what it is. it's a big deal. >> you come to lafayette. >> there is so much animosity between the two schools it doesn't matter you mentioned that we have losing records, it doesn't matter how many games we lose so long we win the lead off game. >> tomorrow they will play the game at yankee stadium. organizers thought they would only need the lower level seats, but the game is a sellout. >> go hawks, go leopards.
6:46 we could learn very soon whether a police officer will be charged in the killing of michael brown and the teen's father delivered a message for anyone looking to respond. "good morning america" has the details next. >> reporter: we're dressing the kids up in the all the extra gear you can filed because temperatures have plunged and the windchills are in the teens and not that comfortable this afternoon, either. i'll be back with the day planner forecast.
look forward. let's go to dan harris live at the "g.m.a." studios for a look at what's coming up. >> reporter: only 11 minutes, we're not ready at all. no, i'm kidding we're ready, great to be with you both, matt and tam, here's what's coming up on "g.m.a." two protesters arrested overnight as ferguson, missouri braces for the grand jury ruling in the shooting death of michael brown. brown's father is speaking out pleading for palings. we for peace. we're on the ground in ferguson, missouri. another major snowstorm dropped snow on western new york. with things starting to heat up, the area is on flood watch. we're in buffalo with the latest on the deadly storm. we'll take a tour of the most expensive home on the market find out what you can get for a mere $1,935,000,000.
call your mortgage brokers everybody, coming up on "g.m.a." >> dan we're all tapped out. thanks, dan. >> reporter: it was nice of you to share your home with everybody in california. >> reporter: we're heavy eastbound on the schuylkill expressway past the scene, we have an accident creating a problem. 42 is slow from the 55 on-ramp to 295. 42 northbound that volume is starting to build and slow you down. >> reporter: cold out there this morning on the big board. we have chilly numbers in the 20s, 21 in fleetwood berks county. 25 in pottstown, 24 in saint david, upper in center city, levittown and chester. 27 in hammonton, 26 in browns mills. 31 along the boardwalk and upper 20s from hockessin to dover, delaware. if you're running errands there's no break from the
colder, although it gets milder in the afternoon. we'll go for a high of 38 at 2:00. we're in the 20s by 9:00. the problem today along with the chilly temperatures you have a strong blustery winds gusting at 35 miles per hour. even at the best of times today, tam you'll have windchills in the 20s. >> well the lights will dim on broadway in memory of one of the entertainment industry's most influential voices. mike nicoles died at the age of 83. nicole also who is married to die and sawyer
>> here top stories, dozens of people are out of their homes in the lehigh valley after this accident. a ppl truck got swallowed up by a sinkhole on hampton road in bethlehem township.llowed up by the truck ended up on top of a gas line, nothing blew up. police in delaware county are looking for michael hawkins who vanished yesterday in sharon hill. he has brown hair and eyes.
road closures will go into effect this weekend because of the philadelphia marathon. a related 8k steps off on the parkway tomorrow morning. >> reporter: let's check the accidents on i-95. why on i-95. >> why? >> reporter: police have arrived on the scene, penndot have arrived. now it's off to the side. i-95 southbound at the betsy ross bridge, a pretty bad place for the accident. that's the spot you would be jamming anyway. you're jammed from cottman to the betsy ross bridge. a new accident on prospect avenue at fraley street. >> reporter: it's cold out there this morning and windchills in the teens. the temperature by 9:00 is 29 which is a degree or two better than where we are right now. 34 by noon. we get a high of 38. winds blustery and gusting to 30 miles per hour. it's a day for coats and gloves and halts if you're outside. >> matt pellman produces
. good morning, america. a new winter blast. snow now topping 7 feet. roofs collapsing. this nursing home evacuated. a massive dig out under way. >> this is how they do it in buffalo. >> and this morning new concerns that a big warmup is about to turn the epic snowfall into an epic flood. also new overnight, tensions boiling over in ferguson. protesters arrested in front of the police station, the city bracing as they wait for the grand jury decision. michael brown's father makes an emotional plea for peace. and shocking video of a teacher trying to drag a 14-year-old girl into a pool during gym class. why she