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d as well. windchills in philadelphia 6 degrees below and 4 in trenton and 4 in wilmington. when we look at the winds there are speeds in philadelphia of 12 in the poconos and 14 in wildwood. but the good news here is that the winds will start to die down and relax. windchills in philadelphia are 20 and 22 in wilmington as well as wildwood and beach haven, 24 degrees. as it's high settles in tonight it's a good thing and a bad thing, the good thing is we'll relax the wind, tomorrow morning the high is over head and it allows the temperatures to really drop and 3 by tomorrow morning in allentown and 16 in philadelphia, and 15 in wilmington and actually it feels warmer tomorrow morning than this morning with these
windchills and it won't be the coldest night in philadelphia, that was 9 degrees back in the beginning of january. when i come back we'll talk about cold temperatures this weekend and periods of light snow in the full accuweather forecast. if you stepped outside you felt the cold right away but it was hard for people stuck working outside in the bitter temperatures eva pilgram is live now and she is working and talking to construction workers and they will dealing with the elements. hey eva. >> reporter: it's bitter cold but cold it feels is what you have to touch. here on the walk of fame. i'll take a temperature reading with my trusty thermometer it's 10 degrees because that say metal plaque we asked how cold it felt to you. we took our thermometer out. >> i woke up and put the long
johns on and then the trousers and then a vest, and thermals and that is me ready for the day. >> i'm pretty warm now i have underarmor. it makes a difference. we used this infrared device to see where the heat was escaped and for jose morales it was not working like he thought. >> my arms were a little cold. >> everything i touch it cold. >> the tools of the trade make staying warm harder the measuring tape and the hammers and the equipment they carry is colder than outside. >> especially within are you not wearing gloves. >> we ran into this couple holding hands walking down the street this gesture is costing you warmth the spot most people
feel it -- >> surely miller was surprised to see what a difference her boots made. our infrared showed just how much she was lose ago above the knees. the guys at the construction site are trying to think pos tifr. >> not long until summer, a couple of months. >> today we are one day closer to the end of winter than we were yesterday. we are live in center city, eva pilgram, channel 6 "action news.." >> thanks so much. as the temperatures drop, stick with 6abc.com/weather we have both hourly and seven-day forecast there. so you can be prepared no matter how cold it might get/. >> we are learning more about the bricks that fell through the roof of a seasoner city building and injured three people inside and today we know more about the owner of the building that the bricks came from. david henry is live now on the 15th block of walnut street.
>> reporter: given the weight of what fell on to the roof of that clothing store it's surprise that everyone inside at the time was able to escape with minor injuries the bricks left up there on the wall have been stabilized, you can see that with the roofing material but it's just a matter now of an investigation and what caused this to happen and if it could have been prevented. >> masonry workers spend the day repairing loose brick and "action news" learned the section of wall was 30 feet long and 15 bricks high with a stone cap. for standard size bricks that say ton and a half material. the roof crashed through the roof of the lululemon store. three people were injured and treated at the hospital.
an engineer spent the day inspecting the structure of the build that had the collapse and lni was on the scene monitoring the work and the director of emergency services says it looks like snow and ice and heavy wind played a factor. it's not known when the building was last inspected and what maintenance has been made. it's owned by pearl properties, one of many owned in center city. daniel pearlstein did not respond when asked for a comment. >> there say time frame for lululemon and it all depends on the insurance company. david ry, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. the militant group
launched heavy art illry word of the border flair up caused the prime minister to end his trip to the u.s. days early canceling a planned meeting with new jersey governor chris christie. >> and just this morning, members of the terrorist group isis measures are underway for a prisoner swap, for a japanese hostage and a jordanian hostage. here you see the japanese journalist holding a photo of the pilot captured by isis, they want jordan to release an iraqi woman being held on death row for an al qaeda attack that killed 60 jordanians this morning you hard him plea for his own life.
>> i only have 24 hours left to live and the pilot has even less. >> this afternoon jordan is reportedly negotiating with isis and this is a first. brand new at 4:00 a montgomery county woman is accused of stealing money from boy scouts and girl scouts she was suppose to be helping. karen belford had a bank card to use for her troops. both groups meet at oaks elementary school in upper providence township. but belford is accused of using the card to take money out of the average tm. prosecutors say she took $11,000 all told.
we are learning about what you could call a shake yum. david minneapolis is coming back to work but won't have his old job he will come back as team chairman. he was out of work to have surgery for cancer in his jaw, former general manager will stay on as president. that means that gillic will handle the baseball side of the business. still ahead a new push for sports betting in new jersey how two local lawmakers are trying two very different approaches to make it happen. and new england is digging out after three feet of snow fell. that is just one problem.
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others. boston and the surrounding area saw more than 2 feet of snow, a time lapse video shows the snow piling up and that is not even the worst of it some areas throughout new england saw as much as 3 feet and now the cleanup is on and life is getting back to normal. >> despite the fact that we had record breaking snowfall in massachusetts, we came out of this in relatively good shape. many coastal towns are dealing with flooding because sea walls and dunes did not hold up. crews are rushing to clear roadways and walkways and airports say they should be back up and running by tonight. >> two new jersey congressmen are making a push to legalize sports betting in the state. the bills take different approaches. senator frank palone's bill will stop the ban on betting and the
other bill will open a four year window for any state to legalize sports betting, new jersey's legislature has already voted to legalize it. the fed has hinted that rates will go up and that sent the stock market down. the s&p dropped 27 and the dow dropped 195 points. it looks like investors are excited about shake shack's decision to go public they are boosting their opening stock price to $17 to $19 per share that is up from the $14 to $15 it was planning originally. if the stock sells at the top end of the range, it would value the company at $674 million. the new york based company announced plans for the ipo in
december but has not set a date for it. >> the white house has dropped its plan to end a popular college savings plan and the obama administration had a plan to stop the 509 plan, members of both parties criticized the move saying the plan would lead to more debt and less opportunities for students. now it's up to congress to look for tax relief for education. we made it to the middle of the week and now lets look at the afternoon commute. lets go to matt pellman. >> northbound side of montgomery county jamming from the delaware state line through this point approaching curlin street a crash knocking out the right lanes and everybody is trying to get into the two left lanes and it's giving us extra slow conditions it's four time what's it should be on the
northbound side of 95 moving slowly, this is the northbound delay at highland avenue we are already jammed on this stretch because of late running construction in delaware county this afternoon. we are also watching a crash not so far off in upper chichester near garnett mine road and one in ben salem that just cleared cross that off the list but in hill town township a wreck to avoid on 113, at blooming glen road and an easier day on mass transit, we had issues on the market frankford line but they are resolved now. lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report on this hump day afternoon. yet another pothole reported on the lincoln drive watch your way around that. a tricky ride on the lincoln drive. we'll check it again in the next
half hour. there is now a sex scandal unfolding involving first responders in philadelphia and an investigation is underway. monica malpass is live in the newsroom with details she is gathering now you'll see more at 5:00 tonight. >> the city specter general's office has allegedly finished its investigation into the allege sexual activity between a female paramedic and several male firefighters, it occurred on duty allegedly, several fire stations what if any punishment could be recommended for those involved and what mayor michael nutter said about it today. and the number of measles cases linked to disney land is growing ali gorman tells us about the questions of a family's decision if they decide not to vaccinate their children. more coming up on "action news" at 5:00. >> thank you monica. up next adam is back with the
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you've got to see this, look at what the blizzard did to one home in massachusetts that home is covered in ice. town leaders say that many other homes have structural damage because of the weight of all of that snow and ice man that is incredible. roads are blocked off because of downed wires and debris because of high water that is continuing because tides of course come in and they come out and bring problems with them. >> that is crazy that it's a real house. >> time for the accuweather forecast. >> lets get to adam joseph with more on that mess. >> amazing picture there and
that is because of the sea water and sea spray because the winds were hurricane force the water was slamming across the rock walls, the sea walls it sprays up the excess water from the ocean and it goes inland and freezes on contact. it's like freezing rain but it's all salt water on those homes. a beautiful day despite that it was cold. numbers today it was chilly and not too bad 34 in philadelphia and 31 in allentown and 32 in wildwood and dover 34 degrees, you factor in the wind and you cut the numbers way back to 25 in philadelphia 20 in allentown and 23 in beach haven and 22 in wilmington and if you work outdoors, you know how brutal it felt especially with the wind have you to cover every extremity. because the windchill takes the heat at your bare skin and robs you of some of that interior heat. as we look at radar boston and
cape cod this morning passing by to the north and east. a crystal clear sky on the western side of the storm we have the substance sinking to the canadian maritimes this morning the windchills were near 0 across the area without the windchill it's between 11 and 16 degrees. it's something we have to follow and you'll want to bundle up. tomorrow morning 7:30, we have a clear sky yet again and the morning rush is looking good and clouds and crease in the afternoon and this time tomorrow it's cloudy and we are tracking light snow showers that will arrive after the evening rush hom. between 8:00 and 9:00 from the west to the east. rain showers to the south the best shot is north of
philadelphia and it will only last two to three hours and it's fast moving and out of here for the morning rush friday. friday morning the sunshine is returning, as we look at the rush hour impacts thursday and friday morning, nothing tomorrow morning, nothing tomorrow afternoon but friday morning, very minimal the snow is long gone, they have plenty of time to get the roads in gear and the sidewalks. but there could be black ice left over here or there. quickly clouding up tomorrow and a temperature of 35 degrees, we have a one or two hour period of light snow and them windy and 38 degrees, the winds will howl at 40 miles per hour feeling colder than that 38 brisk cold and 26 for a high and then clouds build on sunday with a dry day for super bowl sunday at 33 degrees if you are heading to some parties it will be easy on the
roads getting to and from. >> thank you adam. >> things are revving up at the 2015 philadelphia auto show, three cars led the unofficial kickoff today. at the ceremonial drive-in, mayor michael nutter and two auto show representatives got behind the wheel they each drove an exotic antique and new model. join ducis rogers and karen rogers and adam joseph and melissa magee for a full preview of what you will see at this year's philadelphia international auto show, our special coverage airs saturday night here on 6 abc. i recognize that one on the far right. >> i'll be working the red carpet. >> you get the good gig there. people dress to the 9's it's a fabulous event. >> buzzes next. >> who you going to call? ghost ladies i'll break down the cast for the newest edition of ghostbusters.
time now for the buzz, in theaters, black sea starring jude law a crew on board of a submarine on a treasure hundred and a mission that could cost them their lives, the suspense thriller is directed by kevin mcdonald, and he recently visited us here in the studio. things get tense when they are stuck on a submarine. >> it's tense when you are in a submarine and you are surrounded by water and you are stuck in this tin can. >> they actually shot inside a real submarine they shot in london, it's hard to do because it's so tiny inside but they
wanted it to feel real. black sea is in theaters on friday. >> the ghostbusters are back and this time it's girls busting ghosts. the remake stars four females, melissa mccarthy and ristin wig. >> rumors are swirling ghost busting ladies. >> we are going to watch. >> they are so funny. >> still to come in our next half our we have brand new details of a man in custody for allegedly attacking a teen girl on a septa trolley. and people flee for their lives as flames spread to an apartment complex. and imagine turning on your
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continues with the reason you shouldn't toss that broken iphone or laptop. and speaking of gadgets, one country is cracking down on parents that let their kids play with smart phones or tablets why taiwan made it illegal for kids under 2 to use the technology. >> and a high speed chase? that is not unusual. using a stolen police car? that is less unusual. but with a suspect in handcuffs behind the wheel. we'll have the detail as head. a montgomery county apartment complex found radss running for their lives, residents fought their fears and flames to escape. john rawlins has the story from white marsh township complex. >> grabbed a couple of things my keys and laptop and booked it out of there.
>> i consee anything it was pretty dwri scary. >> still wearing his house slippers, taylor harris picking up additional belongings this afternoon. between 80 and 100 people now staying at a hotel after a panicky morning. >> many escaped via their balconies. >> there were children being lifted down and people were catching them off the second floor. >> his wife at a window lowered their children to waiting police officers. >> my wife lowered them and they captured them. these are testimony to how corporal bill carroll used it as a stepping stone. this little girl and their hom say they jumped from the balcony. >> i thought i was going to break my head. >> the fire started in this apartment, the adjoining hallway
got so hot the smoke detectors melted. >> two elderly people in the bedroom and the next room over in the other bedroom were a younger couple and they were alerted by the screaming and the words fire and they went into the bedroom and saw the fire. well, three of the people in that apartment were the most seriously injured today. they have been treated and released. the cause of the fire at this point in time is undetermined. unclear when the other residents will be able to get back into the building days at least possibly longer there is a lot of damage here. live in white marsh john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you john. we welcome in meteorologist, adam joseph now with the accuweather forecast. >> you want me to warm your heart a warm seven day? >> yes. >> have you to wait a few
months. >> that was mean. >> in northwestern chester county it's sunny and it looks great and the fresh coating of snow on the ground 31 degrees is the air temperature, the dew point is 5 and little moisture in the air your lips may be chapped and that is the reason why. winds out of the west at 16 and cape may there is a crane on the beach, nobody else. they are doing beach replenishment down there. the dew point is 9 and the winds north north west at 12 and the windchill 23 degrees, the windchills 25 in philadelphia and 23 in new york city and with all the snow on the ground in new england, caribou, maine 2 above and boston after two feet of snow, it feels like 13 degrees, so it could be a whole lot worse around here. we'll chat about the temperature if they do eventually warm and a few shots at snow in the accuweather forecast. >> that is mean.
>> you know me i still love you all. >> check the 6 abc storm tracker app links to the hourly and seven-day forecast are there to help you get ready for bone chilling temperatures. >> "action news" has learned that a man wanted for attacking a teenager on a septa trolley is now in police custody. damon oliver is the suspect seen punching a 17-year-old girl last wednesday morning, the teenager had bumped oliver with her backpack and hit her when words were exchanged. she suffered a broken nose and eye and facial bruises, and he has not yet been arraigned. and police are looking for two men for carrying out a calculated robbery, from outside of the family dollar one suspect walks off to two employees, the suspect joined him inside of the german town avenue store.
the gunman forced the workers to open the register after stealing several packs of cigarettes, the suspect ran off. and police are looking for a man that robbed a south philadelphia coffee shop and january 13th the man is caught walking into and pulling a gun and he robbed the employee and took money from the cash register in the rear, and then fled the scene if are you have any information please call philadelphia police. two brothers accused of stealing $100,000 worth of sewer grates faced a judge today in. the pair is charged with stealing and selling iron storm grates from parking lots in philadelphia, plymouth meeting and agoing ton and they remain
jailed on $3 million bail. and now in atlantic county new jersey a bus was clipped by the car the driver drove on to the shoulder on route 50 to avoid traffic and the bus was making a right turn at the time and the bus driver had a few minor injuries and was checked out at the scene and the driver was ticketed for careless driving and failure to maintain a lane. chopper 6 hd was over the scene at the 4700 block of dara street after 5:00 a.m., that is where ammonia was leaking from a 500 gallon drum, no employees were on the site at the time and no one was injured. >> the american bible society is moving to philadelphia and bringing 200 jobs along with it. the headquarters is relocating from fourth to market in new
york city. mayor michael nutter joined them for the meeting today. peterson said that philadelphia will be more affordable for staffers working on a salary. the new bible center is set to open in 2016. the works of some of the most renowned artists in history will make an appearance at the philadelphia museum of art this summer. like renoir and monet. the exhibit runs from june 24th to december 13th and opens in philadelphia following stops in london and paris. and still ahead phones with shattered screens and laptops that won't charge how to turn them into cash. and the government is one country is cracking down on toddlers and technology and now parents in taiwan are charged to
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unclear if that was a live device or not. police are on the scene of this suspicious device on the 200 block of west 22nd street a bizarre trips a world war ii bazooka type device and police are on scene and we'll bring you the latest as we learn of it. the stanford swimmer is the latest college student charged with assault. prosecutors say that brock turner raped an unconscious woman, they stopped the attack by chasing turner and attacking him and the ohio native withdraw from school and left campus. two other college player are awaiting sentencing from 2013. and now people are frustrated with what is coming out of her faucet.
look at the water here it's black as ink and sludgy and smelly. the company says the problem is an isolated incident but neighbors tell a different story. >> her water is black and smells. >> smells like what? >> like a c word. >> black gooey speeder web stuff. >> the utility company flushed the lines and said the water is completely safe and they don't know why it turned black in the first place. it's nasty police in pittsburgh are trying to figure out how a handcuffed suspect managed to steal one of their patrol cars, the video shows roxanne rhymer being cuffed and put in the back of the cruiser, she somehow wiggled her way through the partition and into the drivers seat and she led police on a ten mile chase
reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour, all while driving with her knees she stopped within she reached a country road and could not steer anymore. she tried to run into the woods before police called her. she was only wanted for stealing a pair of earrings and now list is a lot longer. >> it was an intense scene at san francisco's pier 39 when a woman fell into the bay they threw her a rope but was too weak to pull herself up she was ready to give up when two firefighters jumped into the water to save her. she was treated for hypothermia and exhaustion. and now they say they have confiscate aid weapon worthy of james bond, the tsa workers said
something seemed suspicious of an eiffel tower figureinside of a carry on and it had a 1 foot knife. here at the big board with the big talkers, forget deflate-gate there is a big debacle over a super bowl ad go daddy is facing flak over a puppy ad. the commercial is sidelined less than a day after its debut because of the way it ends. >> i'm so glad you made it home because i just sold you on this website i built with go daddy it sent twitter abuzz with backlash even the spca tweeted do you think the puppy mills
will funny. >> go daddy says listening message received. it's a multimillion-dollar campaign. >> toddlers and touch screen it's a touchy debate between parents and pediatricians in taiwan in your tot is under 2 time on a tablet or smart phone it's illegal and they have expanded legislation to say that any kid under the age of 18 is subject to restricted use on a device so how bad is screen time? taiwan equate it to other vices like drinking and doing drugs. parents can face a fine of up to $1600. >> if you live for instagram, your posts are everything. why not wear them proudly. pick your five and filter it up and plaster it on your body >> we are social media photo
art meets body art. it comes in packs of 12 for $14.99 and last a week, from your pets to artsy indulgent photos, why not wear them. i chose one of my personal favorites to show you how good it can look, i pulled it from our instagram account, and you had all the little kit ands on you doesn't that look good. something to wear proudly. >> we did yes. >> i'm scared that someone will get that tattoo. not anybody here that is for sure. thank you alicia. lets expunge that picture from all social media. >> absolutely not. lets get a check of the roads tonight. >> matt pellman is in the traffic center with an update there. >> it seems to keep popping up like the delays on 95 they are diminishing a bit now brian and shirleen, we had a crash
approaching curlin street, from the delaware state line to highland avenue to the earlier accident scene approaching curlin street we got a break because of the snow situation and now the volume is back seeing it on this chunk of 95 as well. south 95 by cotman avenue and normal delays from center city and northbound heavier coming out of the city and on the northbound side each night this week around cotman they are doing construction blocking the princeton on ramp during the overnights it's a good spot to avoid. a crash in juniata park by the hopkinson school and one at montgomery avenue and a crash in hill town township has cleared as has our money construction following the jackknife truck in
mount laurel everything has reopened. we'll check it again coming up in the 5:00 hour. >> thank you matt. we have breaking news now in southwest philadelphia chopper 6 hd is live over the 2600 block of mullfeld street police are investigating a woman that was seriously injured. a 41-year-old woman, she was shot once in the head and she is take and to hup with serious injuries now. and no arrested are made yet, a shooting on the 2600 block of mullfeld street a woman shot in the head. more "action news" after the break.
>> it will get colder saturday morning close to the single digits and inch week, we see many shots of arctic air that push in time after time. as we look now at the almanac, stormtracker 6 live double scan around the region, not finding much going on right now, everything is quiet and the sunshine is out from start to finish. as we look at the almanac, i have it in my brain there is some good news when you look at this. the high is 35 and when you look at the normal of 26 and the normal of 41 we are now past the climate calendar and the highs are going back up we have turned the corner from what is technically the heart of the winter season. 20 in allentown un25 in millville and 24 in dover we have the driving wind out of the northwest and that is beginning to lessen and will relax
overnight tonight and that settles over pittsburgh and roanoke and will be over us and it's sinking air and you can't get uplift or the clouds to form but what comes with the high pressure and the relaxing winds, you allow the heat or any heat to escape into the atmosphere it's clear and cold, 3 in allentown and 16 if philadelphia and 19 in cape may our lowest low so far this winter season was 9 degrees, we are not anywhere near or as brutal as that. as we look at future tracker 7:30 tomorrow morning, a good drive to work and school and the clouds increase from lunch time tomorrow from the west to the east, by 7:00 after the rush hour is over, it's quiet across the area and there will be a strip of light snow that arrives between 8:00 and 9:00 and mainly
points north could be mixed with rain showers to the south this bout of light snow will not last long maybe an hour or two and then it's gone by midnight, some good news, most of us are home and there is plenty of time for them to get everything cleared up so to speak by the morning rush on friday, what to expect snowfall wise, this is a nuisance event a coating to an inch tomorrow night and the lehigh valley 1 to 2 inches to the poconos, and behind that low pressure comes in and moves out and an arctic blast winds 40 to 45 miles per hour. you'll feel the chill by friday afternoon into friday night. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 35 tomorrow as the clouds quickly increase again and a couple of hours of light snow showers tomorrow night not a big deal and then by friday it's windy with a left over flurry and we drop to 11 by saturday morning and brisk cold
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catch in the machine. gazelle is a website to consider as well they are mainly looking for ipad or apple devices. you can try eastbound or craigslist for people looking to pick up older models and on those websites you can name your price. by my tronnics.com and they take the broken stuff and you get an estimate right away but you have to wait to get your cash, depth star.com buys iphones and other electronics too. and they will take it even if it's not working. finally at 4:00, icy conditions are taking people down left and right and no one is safe, not even a 5-month-old burmese mountain dog named quinn, slow motion video shows the pup as is he loses patience
and flies across it's ice path and flies down the street out of frame. if would you like to see this pup's not so graceful nose dive once again go to 6abc.com. >> that will do it for "action news" at 4:00, for alicia vitarelli shirleen allicot and adam joseph have a good night. we are back tonight for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. not a cloud in the sky today but the sunshine was deceiving it's a bitter cold day and the winds are making it worse and everyone is feeling the effects of the brutal winter weather, wednesday night and the big story is the cold temperatures and the windchill making it a tough day to be outdoors. >> meteorologist, cecily tynan, is outside with the accuweather forecast. >> i am tracking some light snow on the way on thursday night today though it was all about the temperatures and the windchills this morning. if you were tired this morning all you had to do was step
outside because a windchill of 6 degrees in philadelphia will really wake you up. in mt. pocono the windchill drops to 3 degrees below 0, and trenton and wilmington the windchill made it feel like 4 degrees this morning. the winds have diminished but we have them from the west 8 to 17 miles per hour. despite all the sunshine the windchill right now is 27 degrees in philadelphia and 25 in millville and 20 in reading and the windchill in allentown makes it feel like 18 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar showing what is going on that low pressure that brought the blizzard conditions, about 3 feet of snow in parts of massachusetts, that is now moving over the canadian maritimes high pressure is building in and that pressure difference is bringing us the gusty winds tonight. as the high pressure moves over us tonight the winds really relax and we have clear