tv Action News at 500 AM ABC April 13, 2015 5:00am-5:31am EDT
>> good morning, it is 5:00 a.m., monday, april 13, here's what's happening. philadelphia police issue an arrest warrant for a woman accused of abandoning her disabled son. find out why she can't be placed behind bars just yet. >> hillary clinton enters the 2016 race and wastes no time getting to then campaign trail. >> warmer weather to start the workweek. >> i packed my gear to make sure i get out and get a walk today. >> reporter: today is a good day for that and anything else you want to do outside. this morning we have a sweep of clouds, but they are thin enough we'll see sun. you don't have to worry about the showers to the west they are falling apart before they get here. cool this morning, 45 in
philadelphia. 38 in allentown 30s in millville and most of us in the low to mid 40s winds are not that strong out of the south. 42 by 6:00 a.m. 48 by 8:00 a.m. partly cloudy, cool to start out but nice overall. very nice later. 54 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 66 by noon, 71 by 3:00 p.m. with the late day high of 72 coming in around 4:00 p.m. a little bit breezy but a pleasant day. clouds build overnight tomorrow morning looks wet in at least parts of the region. that's coming up on the seven day. >> reporter: the action cam heading to the scene a serious accident in burlington county new jersey, blocking 130 at high street. stick to broad or 295. tacony-palmyra bridge is open right now at this point you might want to head to the betsy ross bridge instead while
traffic is stopped in both directions on the tacony-palmyra bridge. on the schuylkill expressway past the boulevard roads are clear and dry light volume that's the eastbound traffic heading toward center city no problems if you're coming in from king of prussia conshohocken or gladwyn you've got a good looking ride, so far on the schuylkill expressway. we've got this fire location in germantown, you want to watch to this sharp neck street. you want to stick to upsal as the alternate. >> a smoky fire forced a family out of their home in camden county last night. it happened along spruce street in belmawr. someone in the house smelled smoke and woke everybody up before the alarm went off the fire started in a drier. the family is staying with relatives. we're following the latest developments in the case of a philadelphia woman who was accused of leaving her
21-year-old disabled son in the woods for days. both mother and son remain hospitalized this morning. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick picks up the story live at southwest detective's. good morning anne. >> reporter: good morning, matt, 41-year-old nyia parler will eventually make her way back to philadelphia where she will face serious charges for abandoning her son in the woods. a walker discovered the son near cobbs creek parkway he was alive under a blanket with his do i believe nearby. she left him there monday and went to maryland. he has cerebral palsy and confined to a wheelchair and can not speak. he was left in freezing conditions for a week. he has been transported to chop he does remain there even though he is an adult he has been in and out of the hospital for most of his life. his school became concerned
monday when he didn't show. when nyia parler was reached she said her son was with her in maryland. maryland police said sunday she was not injured but taken to the hospital friday by authorities. saturday night philadelphia police issued a parent for her arrest. >> he provided us with more information and investigators and officers on the scene then started contacting philadelphia police department. there was an exchange of information. at some point she was transported to a hospital for treatment where she remains. >> reporter: and these charges include aggregated assault and killed napping and neglect of a care dependent person and unlawful restraint. we talked to her neighbors and
they said she was known as a loving caring mother and they are shocked by the allegations. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. a man in central pennsylvania has been charged with the abuse of a corpse and evidence tampering, this was 34-year-old william snyder who spoke to news reporters and pleaded for safe return. on friday a woman's body was found. an autopsy was scheduled to confirm the identity and determine the cause of death. authorities say william snyder has confessed to moving his wife's body and made up a fake ransom note and e-mail. happening today, paula brown the borough manager of colwyn delaware county will learn her fate at a council meeting where the council voted to fire her.
brown locked herself in borough haul to protect financial records. the mayor said borough bills will not be paid if brown is dismissed. yesterday council president spoke out. >> the gasoline thing is not a problem. the problem is politics, i know paul braun has done in the past, if the decision like that is made, she can leave like a grown adult. >> this late latest dover comes in time midst of on going investigation into the borough by the delaware county district attorney's office. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton is on the way to iowa this morning. shell visit the caucus state to hold her first campaign event. former senator marco rubio is expected to announce today he he
that's running for the republican nomination. we'll have more in the next half-hour. >> turning to david murphy it really feels like spring out there. >> reporter: it's a little cool this morning, but it's going to be nice this afternoon. storm tracker 6 live showing a dry slate. we have clouds over the airport but we expect a fair amount of sunshine to break through as we go through the morning and in the afternoon. here's the cool start 45 degrees in philadelphia. 42 in wilmington. a couple of spots like allentown and millville in the upper 30s. winds are very light this morning, you put a jacket on or a sweatshirt and you're in good shape. as we look at satellite, some of the clouds are filtering through, but we're being at thinning. after a cool start the temperatures zoom. up in the lehigh valley, high of # -- 72 degrees, partly sunny ascertain nice. down the the shore it will be
cooler where you have winds coming in off the ocean. that will keep you at 61. i could see other spots getting up to 64 degrees along the coast. 72 is the high in philadelphia partly sunny and pleasant and winds generally running 8 to 16 miles per hour. a little breezy, but not too bad as we roll through the day. 48 by 8:00. look at the jump in temperature 11:00 a.m., 63 degrees, it's a gorgeous morning to go out for aen a exergs walk -- for an exercise walk and do whatever you want to do. 2:00 p.m., 70 degrees and low 70s by 5:00 p.m. tomorrow we'll have shower activity building possibly as soon as morning commute the 5:30 model run shows shower activity down by philadelphia. the model wants to keep the rain up to the north and not down the south. i'll actually allow for it to go
farther south. when does it shut off? a lot of models have it dieing down around 1:00, 2:00 p.m. the latest run on this model has damp conditions by 3:00 p.m. we're on the bubble on the out time of this. the morning is wet and we'll see about the afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 72, pleasant today no problems, tomorrow morning showers perhaps lingering into afternoon. at the same time there's a chance of later day sunshine and high of 67. wednesday, partly sun sunny and 65. we cool down to the low 60s on thursday, but nice and partly sunny skies friday we get up to 68 with a warm front to the north, but we'll see showers not a lot on friday, but a passing shower possible. saturday is cloudy there's a chance of periods of rain on saturday. won't be raining all the time nonstop in all likelihood, but at times it will be damp. on sunday, clouds, mainly in the
morning, sunny day overall. high of 63. the union back at homecoming off an exciting win this weekend. on 6abc, actually. >> we have new video showing out of control wildfires sweeping through a dozen towns overseas. astronauts at the international space station will have a new way to get their car feen kick. -- caffeine kick. karen. >> reporter: we're clear and dry and very quiet here. >> we'll tell you about a tieing record performance at the masters, "action news" will be right back. at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com ♪
>> why don't we -- >> yes. >> say good morning to wilmington, delaware. >> good morning. >> saying good morning on live sky 6 the river front market time to go to work and school. >> let's go over to karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: we have a trouble spot, a serious accident, the action cam heading to the scene in burlington county, new jersey, 130 northbound blocked at 541. stick to broad street to avoid the crews or use 295 instead. 130 northbound blocked. on the pennsylvania turnpike, construction crews blocking the left lane westbound between downingtown and morgantown look for that. this is the shot in delaware did county, the blue route at i-95 we're clear and dry we've got light volume what more can you
want on a monday morning. let's check the commuter traffic report. we have part of our 6abc team talking about a hazard 42 southbound near runnymede watch for that, just reported a couple of minutes ago don't forget you're part of the 6abc chain when you join the waze app you get special events notifications and on the weekend. 44 in warrington. 44 in center city. 40 in kennett square and glassboro and 36 in woodbine. high of 72 feeling pretty good. >> looking forward to that, thank you, karen. developing overnight russian authorities say out of control agricultural fires in siberia have killed 15 people and injured hundreds more. flames have torn through a thousand homes. this morning officials said they put out the fire in 38 villages
with the help of 6,000 firefighters. this started when the farmers burning the grass in the fields, but the flames went wild because of strong winds. we have video of a fiery aftermath of a plane emergency in orlando. the twin engine jet went down in the nature brerve at -- preserve near the airport all five on board died. ntsb is investigating the case. theers host the playoff bound milwaukee bucks tonight. michael carter williams will return to the wells fargo center since he was traded in february. nerlens noel is not expected to play he is nursing a sprained right ankle. ryan howard went o for 4 with four strikeouts. the phillies begin a series with
the mets this afternoon. the green jackets belongs to jordon spieth the first one to finish wire to wire since 1976 he shot an 18 under that thais the tournament record set by tiger woods in 1997. fillphil mickelson and justin rose tied for second. >> how would? >> he is 21 in three month. a family's trip to ohio zoo ends with a 2-year-old child inside the cheetah exhibit now the parents could face charges. >> reporter: yikes. cool out there sweatshirts appropriate for the kids. this afternoon shorts and ts, i'll have a visit to the airport and delays at the airport. we'll have that coming up.
>> a nobel peace prize winner and teen activist has another claim to fame. an astro if iyist named an steroid malala. >> reporter: you know you're important when an asteroid is named after you. 309 at the pennsylvania turnpike, we're clear, on the turnpike eastbound at bensalem we have construction blocking the right lane. tacony-palmyra bridge backed down, we can see traffic is moving once again right now on the tacony-palmyra that southbound ship moved on through, the ben is looking good, no problems coming into the city for now dave.
>> reporter: on the big board we have a good one for you today. we're starting out in the 40s before you at 9:00 a.m. we're in the 50s in philadelphia. and mid 60s by noon. 72 is the high at about 4:00 p.m. by 6:00 p.m. we're back down in the upper 6 offs, breezy and partly sunny overall. satellite shows you no severe weather this morning there's a nice line of showers and thunderstorms pushing into saint louis that's an area to watch. a lot of shower activity along the gulf coast our most commonly traveled destinations, no major delays as indicated by the green aircraft. we have showers that popped up in chicago maybe delays developing there later on. nestles added they are cutting the sugar in their milk problems. 15% reduction in the chocolate version and 27% in the strawberry flavor. the products will no longer contain artificial color or
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welcome back you're taking a live look out in center city the view from temple university. 5:25, cold now 49 degrees we'll be in the 70s this afternoon. the cleveland zoo plans to file child endangerment charges against the parents of a 2-year-old who fell into the cheetah exhibit. the animals did not go after the boy or the parents who jumped into get him. they believe it was the parents' fault. >> we have witnesses that point to the strong likelihood that the child was dangled over the railing.
>> thankful the boy escaped with only a leg injury. houston we have a problem no espresso on the international space station. they are going to solve that problem. an unmanned space x rocket is taking he is -- espresso to the iss a gift from the italian astronaut who does not like drinking instant coffee. >> how do you keep your espresso from floating away in space. >> put it in packets and sip it through a straw. hillary clinton hits the road after announcing her 2016 presidential bid and another republican perhaps to get in the race today. consumer reports find out how veggie chips stack up against potato chips. "action news" continues.
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close to 50 by 8:00 a.m. that jump in temperatures will continue the rest of the way today, welcome back to the school kids on monday, 45 degrees on the storm tracker 6 live app. 48 by 8:00 a.m. noon, 66. # p.m., 71, with a high of 72 degrees that will hit around 4:00 p.m. before we dip back to 69 at 6:00 p.m. karen rogers we have rain on the way tomorrow morning i'll have the latest on future tracker 6 coming up. >> reporter: all right dave i'm getting details on this accident in burlington county, new jersey. it's involving a dump truck. we have serious injuries on the scene and the action cam is heading there right now. in the meantime, 130 is blocked at 541 that's the exit for high street. stick to broad or 295 instead. camden county, haddon township, we have two lanes blocked by