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county family escapes their burning home thanks to the help of a smoke detecter. >> mother nature is giving mom the gift of warm, humid weather on this mother's day. that's a gift i would like to give away. >> reporter: also we have patchy fog out there it's no the a pretty morning around the delaware valley. we'll get you back outside the images are improving we were socked in in several places around the delaware valley. we have live sky 6s. we're doing better. 6 degrees in philadelphia. it's a muggy 68 in millville. 70 in trenton and allentown. 71 in reading. 66 in wilmington, the poconos coming in at 67 degrees. ten miles that's the visibility north and west, there's no issues up here. philadelphia sitting at 5. 1.7 in wilmington, 6 in millville and wildwood. all of these were down to less
than a half mile. we're improving. just like yesterday once the fog burns off we'll see a combination of sun and clouds throughout the day. one or two showers popping up that's about it. showers to the west stay out here, these are the northern fringes or the northern bands of tropical storm ana off the carolinas. morning fog giving way to sun and clouds, 83 sticky degrees out there. one or two of you could see a pop-up shower, maybe a rumble ever thunder, most of us will stay dry. ana has come onshore near myrtle beach. i'll have more in just a few minutes, and cool down. >> thank you,. philadelphia police are looking for the gunman who shot two teenagers in south philadelphia overnight. when police arrived after 1:20 they found a typically large weekend crowd of young people in the area.
two teenagers 16 and 17 yorldz were shot in the -- years old they were shot in the legs. they have no leads. >> we don't believe this was a robbery preliminary information we're getting this could possibly be issues that resolve from another geographic in the city of philadelphia. >> about an hour and a half after the first shooting a 19-year-old man was shot in the leg two blocks away at 9th and bainbridge. police are not saying that shooting was connected to the first two. crime scene tape marked off a scene in port richmond after a man was shot in his car. police say a 30-year-old man was a passenger in a silver dodge avenger when he was shot. he was hushed to -- rushed to the hospital in critical condition. police recovered a handgun and drugs inside the car. smoke detecters played a
role in saves the lives of a bucks county family. the action cam was on the 3700 block of meridian drive in bensalem after a house fire broke out. smoke detecters alerted the fire department. two people and two pets escaped unharmed. investigators are working to figure out what caused the fire. "action news" have learned the identity of the woman who died after being struck by a duck boat in chinatown. biz -- elizabeth kranecci. the driver will not face any charges. the victim in a tragic hit-and-run in this directional hill was a 17-year-old boy -- drexel hill. it was a 17-year-old boy. he was struck by his own father. chopper 6 was over the scene in
upper darby. his father lost control of the car and crashed into the garage pinning his son. a neighbor jake kennedy said he heard screening and called 911 and ran to help. >> someone who was dressed in nurse scrubs i don't know if she was related to the family was trying to look like resuscitate the boy. the father seemed to be holding him in his arms he was laying in a big pool of blood. >> police have not said if any charges will be filed. has learned that a 1-year-old baby that was thrown into an allentown river has died. police say perry's 19-year-old mother dropped him off the bridge into the river she jumped into the water herself. rescuers recovered the baby 700 yards downstream. perry has been charged with attempted murder, the charges are expected to be upgraded now.
an 8-year-old girl shot in the head during an apparent case of road rage is home from the hospital. there is a ten thousand dollar reward leading to an arrest and eviction ania curry was shot while sitting inside her parents' car. she and her two sisters were in the back seat when someone open fired. the a bullet was shot in the back window and became lodged in her skull. the dad vail regatta is etched in the history book, 6abc was proud to bring you four hours of live coverage along the schuylkill. kenneth moten was there and two local schools are celebrating their wins. >> reporter: the grandstands were packed with fans, parents and athletes after 77 years the regatta has become a fixture in philadelphia. this year it did not disappoint. it's a premeer -- premier rowing
event the dad vail regatta took over kelly drive and the collegiate rowers went to work on the schuylkill. 3500 student athletes more than 120 colleges and universities from the u.s. and canada competed on the river race course. so many schools represented and our local guys and girls were right there. we couldn't miss the drexel dragons last year's champions who came with quite a few fans. >> they work hard everyday they are out on the river everyday, they work the hardest they deserve it. >> reporter: the temple owls the woman's rowing team got a big win in the final and they got the hardware around their necks to approve it. as are tradition would have it person in charge of steering was thrown in the river. 6abc has been proud to broadcast
the regatta. >> you yell, you bring your cow bell and you pray a little. >> reporter: it was business on the water but on the banks. river it was a party. vendors lined up to feed spectators who were thrilled to be cheering on the amazing student athletes. >> i can't imagine a better atmosphere, so many people and people cheering it couldn't be any better. >> reporter: it was a thrilling day on and off the river. it was an overcast start to the dad vail regatta but the sun came out just in time for the final. this year's champion for the third year in a row drexel university. reporting along the schuylkill kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> today is a mow men at us day for -- momentous day for women for women who battled cancer. more than 6,000 survivors took part in the parade of pink on the art museum stems.jeanine donahue
is one of them. she said walking down the steps packs a big punch. >> coming down the steps is happy, sad it's a huge feeling of support to be beside woman who understand what you're going through and it's beyond words what the support level is, it's unbelievable. >> thousands of friends and family members of the survivors took part in the 5k run and walk and fun walk this morning. jeanine said she continues to take part in the cure because the effort to conquer breast cancer has not reached the finish line. he was bullied at school
for his small stature but he is standing tall in the eagles nest. tropical storm ana whips up the waves and pounds the beaches along the caroline shore. looking live sky6 live hd at international airport the fog is looking better, but you can see it's there on the horizon. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather five-day forecast, but first we share with you these mother's day pictures that you sent to us as we celebrate mom today. we'll be right back.
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>> tropical storm ana made landfall along the carl line that -- carolinas, you can see the surf is churning up from the high winds. it's not to bad people are still taking walks along the beach. ana making landfall at 6:00 a.m. i talked to my family members in south carolina they didn't do anything with the storm windows they didn't care. >> reporter: it wasn't a big deal we've seen thunderstorms that were worse than that. the mainly tropical storm -- >> it's so early. >> reporter: june 1 is the start of the hurricane season and people are like oh, boy i hope this is not signs of things to come. we have patchy dense fog, just like yesterday although it's lifting sooner than yesterday believe it or not that's an
improvement, earlier on you couldn't see a thing. it looks a little bit better from the temple university cam. we go to the jersey shore atlantic city, socked in good, visibility down to less than a mile on the boards. things are expected to improve shortly. 70 degrees that's the popular number to the north. trenton and allentown reading 71 poconos 70. wilmington, 66. dover, coming in at 66 degrees. the big difference is this right here, these numbers were in the low 60s which would indicate a slight increase in the humidity now they are in the mid to upper 60s that's a noticeable change. you step outside you'll notice that the air becomes thicker can't quite cut it with a knife. may feel that way later on this evening. especially tomorrow as the humidity continues to increase over the next 24 to 48 hours in advance of a cold front that is sitting across the great lakes.
as that front pushes east, the winds ahead of it strengthens and taps into the humidity which ana is providing in the carolinas, there are indirect effects from an. we won't see the rain or gusty winds, but we'll see the fog through tuesday and we'll notice the change in the humidity. here's the latest on satellite and radar the center of circulation to the north of myrtle beach tropical storm warnings in effect for myrtle beach and cape hatteras, north carolina, we mentioned the rough seas waves 7 to 1 feet. winds 30 to 40 miles per hour that's not a big deal. we're seeing rainfall toddles in -- totals in the outer feared bands 3 to 4 inches and cloud to ground lightning strikes.
as we set it in motion it will caught up in the overall pattern to the north an shoved out to sea. it may get close to cape may and atlantic counties and is going to make a right hand turn and not pose a threat after all. the only thing we'll see is showers and thunderstorms from the approaching cold front. that's not from ana at all. later this afternoon after the fog lifts skies open up, combination of sun and clouds, 1:30 82 degrees, not that bad although it will feel humid out there. maybe a shower or thunderstorm develops this afternoon. 85% of you see nothing at all. one or two of you allow for that chance. tomorrow morning, same thing morning fog temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s clouds and sunshine, highs in the mid 80s. forecast for today, 83 in philadelphia. allentown, morning fog
afternoon sun an clouds. shorepoints, mid 70s and trenton, coming in around 80, 82. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 very warm and humid monday, maybe a couple of thunderstorms in the afternoon. tuesday, storms with the front. 88 degrees feeling like the 90s. wednesday, thursday, friday, the temperatures are where they should be for this time of year, low to mid 70s lots of sunshine, no humidity. not a bad day a little sticky. he was once homeless but now he has hopes for a bright future. this weekend was extra special for a student who graduated from mary mount. he lived with his father an sister on the streets onski row for years. -- on skid row for years. despite the odds he maintained a
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 9:23 sunday morning time for the travel forecast we'll start out with satellite and radar. hopefully you're not traveling we have a lot of weather out there. tropical storm ana pushing inland north of the myrtle beach. we have all this weather out here. raging snowstorm across the front range of colorado into the dakotas, a line of severe storms south of dallas and san antonio. we're looking at a nasty stuff through the heartland of the nation this afternoon.
if you have a flight arena traveling in this of the woods check ahead to see if your flights are on time. look at this thing winding up. this is producing the snow in the colorado rockies the energy is coming off the pacific jet when this energy coming in you get explosive weather we have a dry line working its way in. most of the major hubs are on time. philadelphia 69. boston 71. orlando, 78. atlanta at that, sunshine and 74. eva. the. >> thanks, chris. mitts -- 77,000 cars are being recalled that could prevent the defroster from working properly.
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solo. a montgomery boy was bullied because of his small stature. jeff skeverski has his story. >> reporter: what a day for 10-year-old kid hanging out with tim tebow. it's a day dominic will never forget. there will be a lot of day's in his life he wishes he could forget. the 5th grader has been getting bullied at school. >> at schools the kids are calling me short it started hurting my feelings. >> reporter: instead of fighting back he went to his instagram page and the revealed the reason he is shorter chemo therapy stunted his growth. he was diagnosed with leukemia at 3 years old and underwent treatment for most of the life. >> he went through 3 1/2 years of chemo and didn't cried. he started bawling his eyes out
and showed me what he posted. i started crying. the message went viral and so inspired brandon bear invited dominic to lift his spirits. dominic who is now in remission learned a few drills. >> you come and -- perfect. i'm 6'6" tall and i got to look up to a 10-year-old. >> i got to see them practice. i got signatures. >> reporter: maybe the coolest partly aside from the autographs and his personalize eagles jersey meeting his favorite player darren sproles who grew up being told he was too short. >> for somebody to bully him like that that's not right. >> kids and people like him are what inspire all of us. >> reporter: finally a perfect day for this eagles fan. >> jeff skeverski channel 6 "action news." >> i love that.
>> too short? never. 9:27 much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." talk about perfection the score one teen got on his college admission test and who he gives credit for his accomplishment. a neighbor has something special for someone in his life. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's not a good hair day when "action news" continues.
>> a mississippi town is mourning the loss of two police officers who were gunned down by two brothers during a traffic stop. >> will he make another bridge for the white house what rick williams santorum said this week about a possible presidential run. >> and deadly storms one is killed when tornados storm across the southern plains this weekend leaving a large path of destruction. >> meteorologist chris sowers joins us outside with accuweather. good morning chris. >> reporter: good morning, nydia, not too bad the fog is lifting, the humidity is increasing and the temperatures are starting to warm. you'll notice that this afternoon. we're sitting at the 60s and 70s. 70 in pottstown chemplet, center -- chester an center city closing in on 70.
ken kenneth square 66. glassboro, 68. agenda beach 67 and woodbine 68. visibility has come up a little bit we were down to less than a mile for a good portion of the early morning hours we're at least back up to two miles in atlantic city. .8 in dover. socked in down there. 6 miles in millville. big improvement there. 8 miles in philadelphia and ten miles north and west, no issues in the lehigh valley or the poconos. satellite and radar whatever fog you're seeing that should lift in the next hour, a combination of sun and clouds the rest of the way. not a bad afternoon it's sticky though, with the added humidity runs the risk of showers and thunderstorms later on. if you're heading to citizens bank park, phillies taking on the mets, rubber match 1:35 start time, muggy and sunshine. temperatures in time low 80s expect the slightest chance of a pop-up shower or quick-hitting
thunderstorm. really that's going to be the pattern over the next several days until a cold front pushes through tuesday that changes things up for the better. i'll have the details when i see you again in ten minutes. guys? >> we have new developments in the deadly shooting of two police officers in mississippi. officials say they have arrested three people in connection with the shooting. two have been charged with murder the third charged with accessory to murder. two of the three suspects were brothers. the officers were shot in hattiesburg. they are the first to die in the line of duty in hattiesburg in 30 years. several tornados ripped through cattle county this weekend leaving devastating mark. >> one was killed in the townl owe town of sysco. we have more on the deadly
storms. elizabeth. >> reporter: good morning to you, eva and nydia. where we are this is the hardest hit spot within the oklahoma limits that was just a few days ago, this time around we got more rain with the tornados hitting farther south. >> reporter: tornados swirling across texas. >> trees ripped out of the ground definitely very powerful very destructive. >> reporter: killing one and injuring three others have residents in the town in disbelief. >> i've lived here for over ten years now, i haven't seen anything like this in a long time. >> reporter: the storm is forceful packing heavy rain and hail it could be days before authorities assess the damage done. >> wow! >> reporter: it was another tense night for millions with wicked weather battering the plains. oklahoma taking a beating also from large hail and flash floods
knocking down power lines leaving thousand in the dark. some lightning to thunders they were getting spring snow in nebraska california and colorado causing delays on the ground and in the air. and this morning a new threat of more severe weather a rainbow on the horizon in east colorado. a glimmer of hope for so many forced to begin the painful process of recovering and rebuilding. and speaking of rebuilding, take a look at the work ahead of them here, you're looking at what remains of what was a storage unit and rv park. this saturday of the tornado. take a look at this this is a piece of wood that flew and landed and piercing through the metal roof of that car. i happen credible to see but this gives you an idea of why the people we talked to they
tell us these are things that can be we placed they are grateful not more lives were lost. live in oklahoma, i'm elizabeth hur for channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> this weekend family and friends gathered to remember a camden county man killed in a hit and run crash. they gathered on the road where christopher dean was killed a month ago. dean was struck by a vehicle and the driver did not stop and help. police have not identified any witnesses or identified the type of vehicle used in the crash. >> we try to stay firm in our faith in god we do our best to be patient to get answers to exactly what happened. >> dean's family said dean was looking forward to life with his fiance. >> nine sheriff's deputies in georgia have been fired months after a college student died
after being restrained in a jail cell biased on the findings in the investigation into the death of the man. prosecutors are weighing possible charges. he was found dead in a retraining chair on january 1. [chanting] [. >> hundreds of moms marched in washington hoping their voices would be heard many of families lost loved ones during confrontations with law enforce. they delivered a message to the representative there that something needs to be done. >> turning to the race for the white house. former pennsylvania senator rick williams santorum is hinting he may soon announce whether he will seek a bid for the presidency. he was among a number of hopefuls in south carolina. scott walk, -- walker, and rick williams perry and donald trump
spoke. santorum nearly won the iowa caucus in 2012, but ultimately lost the nomination. >> michelle obama addressed the tuskegee university she is the second first lady to visit the private school, eleanor roosevelt was the first. this is first of three graduation ceremonies she is expected to speak. she also expected to deliver marks at oberman college and high school commencement. voters head head to hear the candidates. many voters are getting engaged in the final weeks even if they suffer from severe alnation. >> parties are for party not
for the people. >> reporter: will you vote? >> i believe that jobs have to be created even if we have to create them our ourselves as far the city. >> there's big money and it's money coming from the time outside that is supporting two candidates giving them life beyond damage anyone could do this to them. >> reporter: the winner in the last two democratic primaries did so without the overwhelming numbers of the traditional voting block. guidance and observation of and a road map they head into the home stretch. >> getting out a message and experience who you are, is a part of running for office, bus stop it's a big partly of this job. this is a very physical presence job that they are auditioning
for. >> reporter: mayor nutter has not endorsed a candidate in the rails. voargt turnout is -- voter turnout is politicked at 30%. >> you need one more vote than anyone else. that's how nutter did it. >> i'm a union guy i'm definitely paying attention toilet. it's a big deal. >> reporter: the verdict from philadelphia's voters two weeks from tonight. vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> >> cuban president raul castro is in vatican city meeting with pope francis. he is expected to thank the pope for his key role in brokers talks between canada and the u.s. they are seeking to restore diplomatic relations. the pope is planning to visit cuba in september before coming to the philadelphia for the world meeting of families. much more to come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." going above and beyond.
how officers helped the woman after she became a victim of the robbery. philippines are evacuated as a super typhoon bears down on the island nation. looking live through sky6 live hd at penns landing, we can actually see it now that the fog has lifted. a look at some of the special mother's day pictures you sent us, as we celebrate mom. we'll be right back.
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surge. >> we're dealing with the fog all morning but looks like most of it has lifted. >> reporter: we're seeing cloud cover, but the visibility has gone up a bit. there's the view from the philadelphia international airport. looking at the platt bridge. you can make the bridge out now visibility four miles officially is he airport. humidity is increasing along with the temperatures. you'll see improving conscious over the next -- conditions over the next few hours. 69 degrees, the dewpoint, 65. winds out west at 3. pressure is steady. along the shore you're dealing with patchy fog that's the view in cape may. 68 degrees ocean water temperature coming in at 59. 70 on the dot in millville trenton and allentown. philadelphia 69. wilmington, 66. dover, 68. and sea isle city, 60 degrees.
much, much cooler down there than what you experience inland. philadelphia, # -- 83, 84. once the fog completely lifts nothing going on, it's a combination of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon. completely different story though, across the country there's so much going on so much to talk about. we have a huge upper level low spinning across the front range where they have seen one to two feet of snow. we have bliferld -- blizzard warnings in this part of the country. over here they had 60 tornados. we're expecting strong storms there today, as well. we have tropical storm ana trop pushing into myrtle breach. whyoming and colorado, nebraska they will see light stuff and
cold temperatures. only the warm side we're getting the severe weather. if you're traveling in this part of the county be prepared for a lot of issues. probably after 3:00, 4:00 p.m. this will start to heat up, large hail and gusty winds and tornados. for tropical storm ana we expect ana to pull to the north. it will push into the carolinas and off the virginia capes and work out to sea. it poses no threat for us. the showers that we see monday and tuesday they will be associated with the cold front. this guys right here, and not so much the storm. the storm will be out to sea. the front brings the chance of showers and thunderstorms in the first part of the new workweek. 82 in allentown. reading, 82. look for the winds off the ocean. that increases the humidity, the skies begin to brighten up a little bit. one or two showers are possible during the afternoon 85% of us
stay dry. patchy fog sun and clouds during the course of the day. hit or miss shower. 83 degrees is the forecasted high. increasing clouds, patchy fog redeveloping after midnight. 63 for the suburbs, 65 for center city. a warm and humid area. the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows the muggies for monday and tuesday normally we should be around 72. tuesday we're running 15 degrees above average. there are areas that will hit 9 on the degrees south and east, the cold front pulls through and the rest of the week looks good, lots of sunshine and lowering humidity levels and temperatures in the 70s bad hair day today and good hair days next week. >> a little league played tribute to the days when players played during segregation, these
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world you navigator around the world with a game controller. no price has been announced for the head set. we're at the "action news" board, we have ronnie from cyprus he got a perfect score ons s.a.t. when he asked about achieving perfection he said he doesn't deserve the credit. >> it's a lot of hard work, my family, they've teaching me, they are my teachers. it's their accomplishment more than mine. >> very nice, now the national average for. act is 20. last year 1400 students in the entire county received the impressive perfect score of 36. in albuquerque, new mexico two police officers went above
and beyond the call of duty for a woman who was the victim of a robbery. she was mowing her lawn and opened the garage and stole her car keys and took off in the car. one of two police officers responded to the call. after he investigated he finished mow the lawn for her in full european form. his partner held by bagging the clippings. and she said the kindness didn't end there they offered to use the edger to make sure the border of the lawn was just right, but it had a low battery nice, anyway right? we're back with sports.
sky 6 at the camden waterfront battleship new jersey, 69 degrees, hot and humid on this mother's day. the phillies top their series with the mets this afternoon after a narrow loss, jeff skeverski has sunday morning sports. >> reporter: chase utley is off to the worse start by a big leaguer in over 100 years. the phillies star going into as a result's game hitting 099. utley and ryan howard out of the lineup against the mets. here we go down 1 in the 6th. carlos ruiz down the left field line. they take a 1-1 lead. birthday boy aaron h aran g. that's not what he -- harang not what he wants for his birthday.
chase utley gets a standing ovation as he comes up as a pinch hitter in the 9th. he snaps out of a 0-19 slump. next up, ryan howard pinch hitting captain clutch lately, just misses. phils could win the series later today for the first time over the mets in a year. will the eagles reclaim the nfc east title, desean jackson doesn't thinks so. the former eagles receiver says the redskins who won only four games last year believe they are the best team in the division, he takes a page out of jimmy rollins' book. >> if you want to be political and say on paper, i think all the espn guys and the bloggers will at a -- say the dallas cowboys, i think we'll be the
team to beat this year. >> reporter: the team to beat, all right the union are kicking themselves after a slow start only one team in major league soccer is off to a worse start. in vancouver they gave up two goals and bad soccer and bad calls. 12 minutes later union ethan white taken down, no call, boom, gone union leads 3-nill. second worst record in the lead. drexel dragons men's varsity 8th. drexel finishes third in the race, but it helps them clinch the men's title as well as the overall title. drexel won the overall dad vail regatta for the third straight
year. >> an indiana teenager had a special date for his junior prom. drew holmes took his grandmother as his date. when he initially asked she said no. then she said okay. she had to end the night early because she had an early bedtime. after that, he took his girlfriend to an after prom event at a bowling alley. i wonder if he is trying to get out of the pressure fortunate girlfriend thing that's what goes on in my head. >> much more to come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." how one man figure out to quip himself with instruments. hoping for a relaxing week at the jersey shore this summer, you don't want to wait to get
two teenagers on a crowded south street. >> a bucks county family escapes their burning home thanks to the help of the smoke detect heer. mother nature is giving mom the warm humid weather as a gift on this mother's day. source source has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: it's not all unicorns and rainbows. sticky and warm. trenton, 72. allentown, 72. poconos 68. still dealing with a little bit of patchy fog closer to the water. during the late morning hours into the afternoon skies open up. 73 degrees lunchtime. sunshine. 3:00 p.m., 82 and mostly sunny. during the afternoon hours there's a chance of hit or miss shower or thunderstorm. not looking at anything too terribly strong. we're looking for a high of 83 degrees this afternoon.
that number increases monday and tuesday. what's ahead foggy morning this morning was foggy yesterday morning was foggy. tomorrow morning will be foggy. we'll do this all over again, we'll turn more humid tomorrow, we'll talk about that tomorrow, the humidity brings the chance of thunderstorms and they could stronger monday and tuesday, the latest on this, tropical storm ana made landfall north of myrtle beach i'll show you where she is going and having numbers in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again. the big the big story on "action news" is gunfire ringing out on south street overnight. >> the gunfire hospitalized two teenagers while they searched for who opened fire on the packed south street. david henry has more. >> reporter: on any given saturday night south street is packed with teenagers and adults out on the town enjoying the
good times while the good times ended abruptly around 1:15 with not one, but two shooting incidents. the bullets were flying along the 800 block of south street. shell casings littered the ground. 2 teenager boys 16 and 17 years old were shot. >> both victims were transported to jefferson hospital are in stable condition suffering gun shot wounds to the leg. >> reporter: while police were investigating that shooting more shots rang out a block away. an 18-year-old plan was shot. it's not known if the victims were intended targets or bystanders. police are investigating how it started and whether or not the shootings are related. the gun fire may have been result of bad blood from previous incident. >> preliminary information we're getting this could
possibly be issues that resolve from another geographic in the city of philadelphia. >> reporter: we have just gotten an update on the 19-year-old victim he was shot in the leg and in stable condition. the police continue their investigation, but so far no arrests and no suspects. live on south street, david henry, channel 6 "action news." nydia? >> david thank you. philadelphia police are looking for the killer who gunned down a man inside a car early this morning. crime scene taped marked off the 1200 block of east atlantic street in port richmond where the man's body was found. officers saw a man running from the car and ran after him. police were unable to catch the man, when they went back to the car they found a 34-year-old man inside shot in the head. he was pronounced at temple university hospital. police have recovered a handgun and drugs inside the car. smoke detecters played a role in savesment lives of a
bucks county family. action cam was in bensalem where a house fire broke out. smoke detecters activated a ask him that notified the fire department. two people and two pets escaped unharmed. investigators are working to find what caused the fire. a gloucester family escaped their home after it caught fire. firefighters were called to west high street in glassboro at 11:30. when they arrived they found a family of three outside the burning home. the smoke detecter alerted them of the danger inside. flames damaged the third floor and back of the home. nobody was hurt, the cause is under investigation. viewer video of a fiery crash in gloucester county. it happened on black horse pike near tuckahoe road at 10:00 p.m. the driver lost control and hit
a pole. the impact caused the car to burst into flames. everybody got out safely. >> "action news" has learned the identity of the woman who died after she was struck by a duck boat in chinatown section. she is 68-year-old elizabeth kareicki from beaumont texas. she was looking down at an electronic device and walked against a red light. we have learned the identity of death of a 17-year-old boy in up darby. the his father lost control of the car and drove into the garage pinning his son. a neighbor said he heard screaming and called 911 arena ran to help. >> someone who was dressed in light blue nurse scrubs was
trying to look like resuscitate the boy. the father seemed to be holding him in his arms he was laying in a big pool of blood. >> police have not said if any charges will be filed. >> "action news" has learned that a 1-year-old baby that was thrown into an allentown river has died. his 19-year-old mother dropped him off the hamilton street bridge into the lehigh river last week. she jumped into the water herself. she survived. rescuers recovered the baby 700 yards downstream. charges will be upgraded now. an 8-year-old girl who was shot in the head during an parent case of road rage is back home from the hospital. anyia curry was shot while sitting inside her parents car in west philadelphia. she and her two sisters were in
the back seat when someone opened fire. a bullet shattered the back window and became lodged in her skull. 10:06 what started as a routine flight became anything but when passengers were stranded at philadelphia international airport. british airways flight was diverted on friday night because of bad weather. passengers and he crew sat on the tarmac for several hours. passengers were let off the plane at 2:30 only torched -- to find that customs were closed. >> a lot of of people were angry who wants to go and is it on the floor. >> reporter: that's what passengers had to do. the many took to social media to haven't their frustration including actor jeremy piven. she had people board trains plains and automobiles and safety is their top priority.
drexel dragons won the dad vail regatta overall points for the third straight year. the premier rowing event took over kelly drive as thousands went to work on the schuylkill expressway. 3500 athletes from 120 colleges from the u.s. and canada competed. drexel had a nice turn out of fans who helped the rowers celebrate their win. >> they are out on the river first thing in the morning they work the hardest they deserve it. >> temple women rower also had a big win in the finals. they is he -- celebrated by throwing their coxwain into the river. the 25th anniversary for the race for the cure.
6,000 survivors took part in the parade of pink on the art museum stems. jeanine donahue was one of them. she has taken part in the event since 2007. she has been cancer free for 8 years. >> coming down the steps as a survivor is a whole a bunch of emotions, it's happy sad but it's a huge feeling of support to be we side women who know what you're going through. it's beyond words the support level is unbelievable. >> thousands of friends and family members of the survivors took part in the 5k run and walk. jeanine said they continues to take part in the race for the cure because the effort do conquer breast cancer has not yet reached the finish line. ready for a summer getaway.
if you haven't gotten that rental down the jersey shore you may want to act now. >> waves crash ashore in north carolina as tropical storm ana makes landfall this morning. now you're looking live through sky6 live hd ben franklin bridge there meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, but first a look at some of the pictures sent to us as we celebrate mother's day, we'll be right back! that's a hard question. (laughing) we are the fay family from chesapeake, virginia.
tropical storm ana made landfall this morning. >> reporter: that's the kind of storm you want to see around here, the rains are not too heavy or the winds not too strong. it's called tropical because it developed in the tropical waters. these are storms that produce beneficial rains to part parts of the area. back here in the delaware valley that's the view of the airport. all is quiet. fog is starting to lift. we're dealing with thick overcast. millville, 71 on your way back up to 83 degrees, the dewpoints are coming up along with the
temperatures. it will feel increasingly more humid as the day wears on, especially overnight tonight into tomorrow. mid to upper 60s translates to this, dewpoint scale how it feels today this is right in the middle of the pack. it's going to be humid out there. we'll be close to 70 by 3:00 p.m. rook at the dewpoints to the south, millville 70. philadelphia, 69 that's not comfortable. weapon get into tuesday morning that's not comfortable. upper 60s we get into wednesday that's when everything calms down and it gets more comfy out there with diewrmts of -- dewpoints in the 40s. today is sticky, tomorrow is sticky, tuesday sticky, tuesday into wednesday we notice the decease in the atmosphere. there's tropical storm ana noter of myrtle beach that continues to push north/northeast at 3 to 5 miles per hour. a slow moving storm. they will see 3 to 5 inches of
rain north of charleston to cape hatteras in north carolina. heavy rains and winds maybe 30 to 40 miles per hour. not a tiewj deal. the only -- huge deal. the only issue if this front was not approaching ana would sit and spin. obviously bombs the storm is not -- obviously because the storm is not moving, you would continue to get rain. here's the latest, as of 9:00 a.m., maximum staged winds 40 miles per hour near the center of circulation moving toward the north northwest at 35 miles per hour. it will make the right hand turn and push out to sea. it comes close to the jersey coast, but again it's nothing more than an inflated rainstorm not a big deal. tuesday morning it's over the coast of seandz hook, new jersey -- sandy hook, new jersey. morning for one or two areas
pop-up thunderstorm. not a big deal tomorrow morning combination of sun and clouds, brief thunderstorm temperatures in the low to mid 80s tuesday morning, winds shift out of the southwest they are not coming in off the water. tuesday morning more than likely we won't have any issues with fog like we're seeing this morning and tomorrow morning. forecast today morning fog giving way to sun and clouds. 83 philadelphia. millville, 80 degrees, cape may 74. allentown, 84. trenton, 83. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a real nice comfortable stretch of weather next week. tomorrow and tuesday warm and sticky. 83 this afternoon, 85 monday, maybe a quick-hitting thunderstorm late. tuesday a better chance of a shower or thunderstorm with the front up to 88 degrees, wednesday is comfortable thursday looks great. friday mostly sunny and very pleasant high of 75.
saturday, turning cloudy and comfortable high of 76 that makes me happy. >> me, too. >> thanks, chris our summer-like temperatures may have you thinking about the lazy days along the jersey shore. sky6 live hd looking live along the shore in cape may. not a great beach day but beach weather is right around the corn. nora muchanic has found if you haven't locked in your summer rental yet time is running out. >> reporter: tony is showing rental homes in ocean city. tony of fox real estate said his office was 1500 rental properties. business is up 25%. right now other inventory is getting slim. this island will be packed june through august. >> reporter: rental range from $700 a week to tens of thousands. whether you shop online first or
do it in person, figure out what you want in a rental property. >> how many bedrooms how close to the beach do you want an ocean view do you want to be near the boardwalk and the rides. >> reporter: we found gale hingston she is renting here and will be back in the summer. >> we started out for two weeks and rents for a months in the south end and he built a house in the gardens. >> we knew every summer we came here for a month our parents rented a house the things we did here, the weather is beautiful, the ocean is beautiful, family at. it's wonderful. >> reporter: if you can't afford the prices during the high season realtors represent the
shoulder season june or september then you can get big bargains. in ocean city, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> there's a celebration of skate boarding in fairmont park. the love on the street festival was held outside the museum of art. it raises funds for the franklin speed park fund it provides educational programs. hundreds of talented athletes show off their skills at the bucks county special olympics, the games were heads at council rock high school north in newtown. 650 athletes took part as 700 volunteers made sure the games were a huge success.
no audio. camden waterfront, a cloudy mother's day for us, we are already in the 70s that means your hair will be awry, it's definitely a ponytail day. time for the odd and unusual picture also of the week. you heard the phrase one person's trash is another person's treasure. musicians in mexico mexico city has used recycled instruments to
create a band. they diplomat have money to by their own they used plastic building blocks and wood and vinyl to create guitars and banjos. the guys say they not only enjoy their musical instruments but feel they are giving back to the environment. well, a family of geese needed a little bit of help crossing the road. that's not the right video. this is the geese video. there we go, a police officer in cleveland spotted the geese as they tried to cross the interstate. the officer has his lights on as he stops to help the mom and papa goose cross this very very busy road. two officers actually get out of the car and walk with the geese and help them to get to the safety of the other side of the interstate making sure sure they are completely off the road. i love how they are in line
marching along. finally now this video here we go, jacksonville jaguar defensive end made it a night to remember for a teen battling cancer. she did not get to go to her prom. based on on a nonprofit dreams come true, she went with daric marks, he picked her up in his lamborghini. marks made sure she spent the night having fun and the time of her life. that's a look at the pictures of the week, nydia back to you. >> meteorologist chris sowers takes another look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and we'll take a live look via sky6 live hd at wilmington, delaware. we'll be right back.
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>> inside story is coming up later on 6abc, here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, and coming up on inside story we've got a great panel digging into a lot of topics staring with the mayor race. tony williams made the remark that he will not keep police commissioner ramsey in place. baltimore remains in time news in philadelphia. we'll talk about the states attorney who quickly came out with charges against the 6 officers, did she move too quickly and can she make this reach when it comes to those charges. a lot coming up on inside story we'll see you later this morning. >> will we see the sun today?
i need to know. >> reporter: sometime probably after lunch when the sun starts to pop up, you'll notice the humidity here, what's ahead lots of humidity and lots of 80s and pollen that will stick out like a sore thumb. over the next four days it will be high each and everyday. there's a front that pulls through on wednesday. if the front comes through dry they will be high, but if it comes through with a thunderstorm they will drop off. anyway you slice it, over the next several days days, pollen will be high. 83 today 85 tomorrow, 88 tuesday, it will feel like the 90s. lots of sunshine. i would say yes after 12:30 you'll see the sun. >> thank you chris, this week is coming up next on of abc.
>> reporter: good morning, nydia and eva the urgent new fbi warning about isis in america. military bases around the country on heightened alert. what's behind this, the secretary of homeland security is here live. what will happen to tom brailledy and deflate -- brady and deflate gate and how the new republican candidates can change 2016. that's coming up on this week back to you. >> "action news" continues at noon here's some of the stories we're working on for you. three teenagers are hurt in three separate shootings in south philadelphia. we'll have the latest. >> the most popular babies names are out and some of them may surprise you. >> for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. happy mother's day to all the moms out there.
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