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>> we have breaking news from south philadelphia. dozens of people have been evacuated from a fire that's ripped through a commercial building and four homes. the action cam was on the scene after 3:30. the 2000 block of juniper street. when firefighters arrived they found towering flames coming out of the top floor. >> "action news" reporter, trish hartman is live with all the details on this breaking news. >> reporter: eva and nydia about
100 firefighters on the scene fighting the blaze. we got an update from the fire commissioner who said the fire is under control. they are vague down the build at the corner of snyder and juniper. no injuries were reported. 17 people are out of their homes right now. firefighters got the call around 3:30 flames were shooting from the upper floors when crews arrived. firefighters put on a second and third alarm when they arrived. the fire has spread to four homes in the 1300 block of snyder avenue. officials say the homes staged damage to the outside. police officers went door to door excavating residents in the 2,000 morocco of juniper street, as well as south 13th street. police told people to move to the school yard of south
philadelphia high school. the building was under construction the residence was for a mixed use condos and doors were planned. no injuries were reported, a dozen people of out of their homes this morning. we'll have more later trish hartman, the exclusive accuweather seven-day channel 6 "action news." >> an excessive heat advisory is about to go into effect. chris sowers has more. excessive heat warning goes into effect midday through the evening hours, we'll see temperatures topping out in the mid 90s more importantly the feels like numbers of the heat indices will range from 100 to 105 that's in this area here that's highlighted in this pinkish color.
people will see temperatures close to 100 degrees. 68 in allentown # 7 in philadelphia. 76 in wilmington. trenton, 76. sea isle, 74. hot and humid in philadelphia. 102 to 107. high temperatures 96 degrees. lump time, 890 mostly sunny skies, 4:00 p.m. 93. 6:00 p.m., 94 degrees, later this afternoon you can see the feels like numbers getting close to 100 by 3:00 p.m. they will climb from that pienlt on. the good news is that the cold front that's bringing cold weather into the delaware valley that's going to move ahead of schedule. so this will not last very longer. guys. >> in advance of the heat warning, the philadelphia corporation for aging is activating it's heat line,
(215)765-9040. trained staff will recommend air can understand locations and -- air conditioned locations. bill cosby says he paid for sex and hid it from his wife. the information comes out of a deposition cosby gave ten years ago at the rittenhouse hotel four years ago. he spent four days faces questions. in a 10-year-old deposition obtained by the new york times bill cosby said he was a senior adulter. cosby ended settling the
lawsuit. a source close to cosby told abc the only reason mr. cosby settled it would have been embarrassing to put all the women on the stand and his family had no clue. that would have been very hurtful. in his testimony the comedian discusses romancing and seducing swimming. his manner was one of casual indifference. he admits to give some of them sedative pills but denies it was without their knowledge. more than two dozen women accused of him of sexual all the alleging he drugged them. he never admitted to a crime or charged with one. the cosby camp denies the accusations against him. he spoke exclusively to abc's lindsey davis.
>> i've been been in this business for 352 years and i have never seen anything like this. elizabeth hur new york. >> a former temple university basketball manager the deposition was for a civil case that was settled at a later date. bruce cast tore ten years ago said there was not enough proof to back up her claim that cosby drugged her. mohammand youssef abdulazeez, the gunman in the tennessee rampage we're hearing from his family about a prior arrest. a tennessee officer pulled him over in april for driving erratically. he confessed to drinking and smoking marijuana and crushing and snorting caffeine pills.
police shot and killed mohammand youssef abdulazeez. in a statement released overnight his family said there's no words to describe our shock horror and grief. the person who committed this horrible crime this is not the person we knew and loved. for many years our son suffered from dpetion. it gives us beyond belief to know that his pain found it's way to this end. >> he was a war hero because he was captured. i like people who weren't captured. >> trump said if a person is captured, they are a hero as far as i'm concerned. he added that mccain has done little for u.s. veterans.
both sides of the aisle pounced on the original comment. >> there's nothing funny about the hate he is spewing at immigrants and their families and now the insults he has directed at a genuine war hero john mccain. >> donald trump owes everybody american veteran and in particular john mccain an apology. donald trump said he avoided service in the vietnam through deferments. "good morning america" will have more on the comments about john mccain at 8:00. breaking news, from south philadelphia a multi-alarm fire erupting overnight people have been evacuated we're there covering it all.
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now for the annual ride to the shore. the irish pub the 28th annual tour de shore. they will begin their trek to the atlantic city boardwalk. all the money raised for the event goes to 30 different local children's charities. sky6 live hd taking a live look at ben franklin bridge. it is closed from 6:30 until 8:30 to allow the riders to get across the bridge safely. so find a different way if you neat to get in and out of the city. it's going to be tough for the bike riders. they should have found another day, the good news that is very early. it is later this afternoon when the dairmous stuff moves in. let's go live on sky 6. there's the view at the philadelphia international airport. it's already sticky out there. we have dpoints in -- dewpoints in the mid 70s.
the actual air temperatures are in the mid 70s low 80s. it will be uncomfortable right from jump street. nothing going on across the viewing area. we'll be dry most of the day like yesterday afternoon. maybe a couple of thunderstorms developing this morning. dewpoint is awful. winds, out of the south/southwest at 3 miles per hour. 74 in millville. 77 in philadelphia. wilmington, 6. trenton, 74. even on the boardwalk in atlantic city. same number in dover 73. dewpoint extremely high. we'll have areas around 75, 76 for our dewpoint that's oppressive in this part of the country. here's a look at future tracker with the heat indices. this is around 2:30, we're seeing triple digit heat for
millville, 100, we get into 3:00 4:00 p.m. monday we'll have clouds out there, that will keep temperatures down a little bit. it will be a break, in the humidity department, 9:30, that's what it will feel like, 97. upper 90s low 100 for the feels-like temperatures. the good news there's a cold front out here, it's moving quicker than what the modeling was showing yesterday. the front is sitting like this and drop in from the northwest and stall and that front will bring cooler conditions into the delaware valley. the dewpoints, the humidity will drop off behind it. it will start to stabilize things we'll see temperatures in the mid 80s and not the mid 9 the cooler stuff is in the
foreseeable future. future tracker, as far as clouds and precipitation we don't have a triggering mechanism to fire up thunderstorm activity today. there could one or two areas that pick up a thunderstorm. 95% of us stay dry. same thing tonight there could be an evening thunderstorm. that's about it. the best chance of seeing thunderstorm activity over the next 48 hours would be monday afternoon as the front starts to collide with warm air. for the poconos sun and clouds, a sticky, 81 degrees, that's the forecasted high in the mountains. ocean temperature, 7 #. if you're on the beach it's going to be warm and humid, as well. 85 degrees on the sand. mostly sunny skies the burn index is extremely high. philadelphia, hot and humid, feels-like temperatures ranging from 100 to 105. excessive heat warning goes into effect around noon.
evening thunderstorm, mug request tonight, warm. 74 degrees outlying suburbs, 78 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 96 today. 94 tomorrow. a little bit better tuesday sun and clouds, 89. the humidity drops off. the 89 will not feel that bad. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday sunday, very nice, not too much humidity, # 5 85, 86 and 86. stay hydrated and take frequent breaks. >> check 6abc.com/weather there you'll find the current temperature and what's to come with the how you feel forecast. you can connect with our team of meteorologists on facebook and twitter for status updates around the clock. a highway has been closed due to the high water several mobile homes were washed away in
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scene after 3:30 a.m. again, the fire has spread to at least four homes. firefighters struck a second and third alarm. there is a shelter set up at south philadelphia high school. no word on what sparked the fire. stick with "action news" and 6abc.com for updates. some rare summer rain in drought ridden southern california is helping feathers battle a wildfire. flames sent people running for their lives 55 miles northeast of los angeles. the fire started under elevated lanes of interstate 15. drivers and passengers ran from their cars to escape the flames. the fire destroyed 20 vehicles, but evacuation orders in the area has been lifted. the fire scorched about 8 1/2 square miles. there were two minor injuries. >> developing out of central california, police are looking for a man in connection in connection with the defendant of three children and two adults.
martin martinez is a person of interest. officers went to the home yesterday afternoon in response to a request to conduct a welfare check. that's when they found the body. investigators have not indicated how the five people died. emotions are running high this weekend over the confed flag. two thousand people clashed on the ground of the south carolina state house the black educators were there to support the removal of the flag. members of the ku klux klan showed up. five people were arrested.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning excessive heat warning goes into effect around midday for the entire delaware valley. if you have a softball game or working out doors or want to try to cut the lawn, do it early or later in the evening after 8:00 p.m. stay hydrated. take frequent breaks under the shade or in the air conditioned room. high temperatures today topping out at 96 degrees, there is no threat of thunderstorm. 6:00 p.m., 94. sun sets 8:26. even the jersey shore it will be cooler down there today than inland locations. even this this is warm for the beach. we'll see mostly sunny skies ship bottom, 85. oceanty city, 85. avalon and wildwood, #
6 degrees. it will feel like 90 on the water. sports, the phillies put together a winning streak, a small one, but it's a start. jeff skeverski has highlights of last night's win and soccer's golden girl coming home. >> reporter: phillies going for their first sweep in over two months later this afternoon against the marlins, cole hamels will be on the mound he is be looking for his first w since may, as well. it's been anything but a picture perfect season for the phillies but a reason to smile. howard 8 runs batted in in his last ten games. dom brown the single to center. phils take a 2-0 lead. billings comes out with elbow pain. he'll get checked out and check this out ben revere what a
catch. marlins threating in the 8th. 100 hour per mile giles. it's theirs second win in a month. >> we've got energy, we talked about it as a team about starting fresh and choosing that path to wynmore games. so it certainly helps the guys are playing hard. in a blink of an eye carli lloyd said her life has changed. while the delran native is enjoying the moment to win the world cup. lloyd said she is going to top it perhaps in the olympics. back on the field where she learned how to play soccer. it's been quite the whirlwind for south jersey sports stars
lloyd, and todd frazier and mike trout who won m.v.p.. all star game for two years in a row. >> it's great, i know mike and todd reached out to me after the world cup final, i had to reach out to them, as well after what they have done they have accomplished so well, new jersey is small state it's great to know there are great athletes coming out of it, and doing well for themselves. >> reporter: let's kick it over to the union north of the border, things go south for these guys, first half trouble in toronto brian sell vest tree union fall 2-1. they fail to pick up a point. that's sports this morning i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. >> we've all heard the old saying the dog ate my homework.
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>> a big fire forces more than a dozen evacuations in south philadelphia. >> "action news" reporter, trish hartman in live in south philadelphia with all the breaking details. trish. >> reporter: eva and nydia no injuries from this fire this morning, but we are told there's heavy damage to the residential building that was under construction when it went up in flames around
they are spraying it down on juniper street. 17 people are out of their homes right now. firefighters got the call around 3:30 a.m. flames shooting from the upper floor. they put out a second and then third alarm when they arrived. the second floor collapsed into the first floor because of the intensity of the flames. the fire spread to four homes on snyder avenue. officials say the homes stained damaged only to the outside. police officers went door to door excavating residents near the burning structure residents were moved to the school yard of south philadelphia to be helped by the red cross. >> i got the knock opt door at 3:30. we came out of the house because there were embers coming from the fire, the firefighters said we have to get out of
house. you can see the fire licking on the rooftops on the other side. >> i heard pounding on the door, they were saying wack have a lot there's a fire, it's really bad. >> reporter: no word on how long the residents will be forced out of their homes, they are hoping to get back into their homes later this morning. we were told the building is under construction, there's a mixed use permit so don -- condos and commercial building for this use. trish hartman, channel 6 "action news." >> certainly the heat and humidity not helping the firefighters an excessive heat warning about to go into effect. >> reporter: you have to use your head, we have dangerous heat and humidity building over the next few hours we're expecting feels-like temperatures or heat indices to range from one 00 to
105 degrees. a hot one sonlt way. we're -- is on the way. we're sitting at 77 degrees, which is ten degrees shy of the normal high. trenton, 74. allentown, 68. reading, coming in at # -- 70. we have haze and fog settling in. 1.5 miles in wilmington, .3 in lancaster. 5 in philadelphia. 4 in millville. dover is okay, wildwood down to 4. atlantic city at the airport. 7 miles per miles. satellite and radar you go 15,000 feet up, we have a high pressure system sliding west to east across the virginias and the carolinas that's sinking air, we don't have any mechanism to trigger thunderstorms today. we have cloud cover out here, but note not much activity. the heat is on with no relief. at least not the this afternoon. 9:00 a.m., 82. 1:00 p.m., 91. of mostly sunny conditions,
5:00 p.m., sunny, hazy hot and humid. that 95 feels like 100 to 105. tomorrow, very sticky and hot out there once again and relief comes tuesday i'll talk about that when i sue you again in a little bit. >> we're learning what comedian bill cosby had to say when he was questioned in connection with a lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault. the questioning came ten years when he accused of accusations by american constance. cosby told investigators he tended to refrain from intercourse because he didn't want women to fall in love with him. he admits to funneling money to one of his accusers so his wife wouldn't friend out -- find out
about the relationship. he admitted giving women quaaludes. >> two car crash in wissinoming section of philadelphia has injured one of the drivers. the vehicles ran into each other at 1:25 this morning. one of the drivers, a man in his 30s was thrown from the car he is being treated at the hospital for several significant injuries the other driver has minor injuries. police have released surveillance video of a shooting at a adult book store in center city. the gunfire rang out at danny's midnight concessions at 4:00. the man who was angry about the product selection inside the adult book store shot and wounded the clerk. he made negative comment about
the gay merchandise and left and came back a few minutes later and pulled out a gun. a struggle ensued between the gunman and the clerk that's when the gun went off. the he remains in jefferson hospital. donl -- donald trump is stirring up controversy again that time against john mccain. trump said john mccain who was held in vietnam is no hero because he was a captured. >> >> trump turned his sharp tongue on mccain's reputation. >> he is a war his or hero because he was captured. i like people who weren't
captured. he is a war hero because he was captured. >> reporter: john mccain was a prisoner of war for five years and tortured. trump's republican rivals were quick in their condemnation. >> john mccain is an american hero and i will denounce anyone, anyone who speaks i will of someone whose been a prisoner of war. >> reporter: jeb bush saying enough of the slanderous attacks. republican national committee i should a statement saying there's no place in our party or our country for comments that disparage those who serve honorable. mccain's daughter tweeting i can't believe what i am reading this morning.
trump said i'm not a fan of john mccain because he has done so little for our veterans. so far, john mccain has declined to respond. which you can receive -- severson new york. tomorrow, you can purchase your septa passes starting tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on the septa website. septa said trains will stop at jefferson station or 30th street but not at suburban station. the one day papal pass will cost ten dollars you must select your home station and select a window of time of travel. all riders will required to purchase a one day papal pass. no other fares will be accepted.
you can't plan early enough. 6:39 much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a new exhibit in philadelphia offers a glimpse of a cultural safe haven for gay an transgender people it's a place where they unite to be seen. a former marine is turning tops of trees into masterpieces. nora muchanic catches up with him just ahead. looking live at the ben franklin bridge, it's ready to close for the tour de shore bike race. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, an excessive heat warning in effect for today.
good sunday morning to you sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now out of her temple university camera into center city. you can't necessarily tell it by looking at this pretty shot. it's going to be ridiculously hot and humid out there. right now the temperature is 78 degrees, get ready to start sweating if you're heading outside. >> it already feels like a sauna. >> reporter: i have a soft bail game this afternoon i'm dreading it right now. i think i'll have to fake an injury. there's the view down in cape may. this is just going to be one of these days where you need to use
common sense. you have to take it easy out there, keep yourself hydrated take freebt breaks -- frequent breaks limit your time in the sun. jersey shore it's going to be sticky on the sand it will feel like the low 90s on the beach with all that humidity. double scan live crystal clear no issues this morning nor will we expect to see any this afternoon. it will be a tranquil day with sunshine building in and clouds that's about it. dewpoint 74. on city avenue. 78. the temperature at the airport 77. the normal high for this time of the year is 87. we're ten degrees high -- shy of that. it's only 6:43. millville, 74. the ridge buildings in it's up into canada and the entire
eastern seaboard with the exception of maine everybody else will feel the heat pump high. temperatures in the 90s as a matter of fact, here's future tracker 6. trenton, 94. reading, 98. allentown the lehigh valley low to mid 90s. we get into tomorrow afternoon a degree or two cooler, but not much. 95 for philadelphia. 94 in wilmington and millville. 93. the good news once we get into tuesday afternoon the cold front slips through awe puts an end to it. 3:00 p.m., we're already at 100 degrees in philadelphia. we're expecting final heat indices to range anywhere from 100 to 105 when all is said and done. 10:00 a.m. monday morning showing upper 90s, feels-like temperatures for the area. dover 100. you can see by afternoon 100 for philadelphia. wilmington, 100, millville, 103, getting into that dangerous
category. for the poconos, a little bit cooler, but with all the humidity it's going to feel refreshing. 81 degrees it will feel like 81 or 90. sun and clouds, the slightest threat of a thunderstorm. it's very slim, 15% chance same thing for the jersey shore. ship bottom, 85. ocean city the same temperature, avalon, 86. wildwood, 86 degrees with feels-like temperatures in the low 90s. boating forecast make sure you supply the sunscreen. lots of sunshine expected high tide around 10:30. calm seas, two to three feet. winds out of the southwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. at times it will shift out of the south. so long as it's out of the southwest it's a land breeze. if we can get the winds to shift out of the of the south its cooler down the shore. right now mid mid 80s.
lancaster, 94. hot and humid very hazy out there, wilmington, 94. same number for trenton. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll go 94 for tomorrow. feemg like 100 -- feeling like 100. monday afternoon, there could strong thunderstorms didn't want to leave that out with the passage of the cold front and from wednesday on, look at this, look at this stretch of weather mostly sunny skies wednesday through saturday, the modeling has done a 180 it's dropping the temperatures into the 80s and no humidity. >> runners lace up their shoes and hit the pavement overnight this is a back on my feet run to create self sufficiency in lives of those who are homeless. him they ran nearly 8 1/2 miles through fairmont park overnight.
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hr firefighters had to deal with a lot of unknowns when they were dealing with a fire at the hatboro bank. they found heavy fire shooting from the basement. that's when they heard an explosion. not knowing what caused it, the gas main was shut down, no injuries were reported. cause of the explosion is unknown this morning. a woman who broke many barriers in our long and wonderful life. our nation's oldest veteran and her secret to longevity comes by the spoonful. this 110-year-old young lady sat down and talked to devon dwyer. >> reporter: the oldest living american vernon a trip of honor but applauding everyone else. she melt with the president.
>> served with distinction and honor. >> reporter: a decorated trail blazer, thanks by women warriors she inspired. >> we would would not have been able to do what she -- what we do now if she had not gone there first. she was an african-american woman in the military. after the war she marched for civil rights joining martin luther king on the streets of detroit. >> did you ever think you would come to washington and see a monument to dr. king? >> no. >> reporter: breaking barriers while raising five children. her secret to longevity soaking golden raisins in gin eneven had
a few on the way to washington d.c. still a trendsetter her directed telling us that one lesson miss emma teaches all of that. whatever you were put on earth to do you do that and do that well. >> reporter: for emma, a duty well done. >> people were stuck in traffic when their unborn child decided to make his entrance. the they are on the highway in bumper to bumper traffic when her water broke. i was freaking out way more more than i thought. i didn't want to have him in the car. i was scared i didn't know if he would be breathing okay. just keep her calm and me getting all worked up isn't going to help her anyway. >> i didn't know anybody that wouldn't be have been freaking out. she delivered the baby boy herself while her husband try to get her to the hospital.
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the a bear broke into a pie shop devouring 24 cherry pies and 14 apple pies. one thing was clear the bear does not like strawberry rubarb pies. she said she hopes he never comes back. >> the abington township police department stopped -- stocked a patrol car full of food to give to the needy. it will fill the shelves of the inter fate food cupboard. you can see the cruiser packed with items courtesy of the good people of the delaware valley. a south jersey man is making art from damaged trees recent storms are paying off for him. nora muchanic introduces us to the carver. >> reporter: brian is a master of turning topple trees and
stumps into works of art using different sized chain saws this former marine can carve wood like butter creating life size statues that amaze his clients. >> using tools that were made to do nothing but to destroy. here i hardnessing the power. >> reporter: he has turneds gift into a if you meant business. >> incorporate operated of my two loves of tearing things up and artsy stuff. the phone has not stopped ringing since the recent storms topple trees in south jersey. he turned this downed tree into a statue of the homeowner and his father who served in the army. one way to keep the tree around for decades instead of chopping it up for firewood.
. his creations can cost anywhere from $20 into the thousands. >> reporter: it comes out of my little twisted head and i listen to the woods and move the two into something that goes together. >> reporter: ashly works in his bare feet. brian actually knows people becomes attached to trees on their property. he creates his work out of fell trees about the human spirit of what mother nature throws at us, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> there's another hour of "action news" straight ahead. a fire spreads from a building to homes in south philadelphia. "action news" is there for the fire fight and the evacuation. >> an excess i have been heat warning is going into effect today, another complete update
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juniper street. the fire spread to four homes. firefighters struck a second and third alarm. >> "action news" reporter, trish hartman is live in south philadelphia with all the breaking details. trish? >> reporter: eva and nydia, the fire is under control but crews will be out here for several hours working. no injuries, but heavy damage to the residential building that was under construction on juniper street. the fire commissioner said it took an hour and 45 minutes to get the fire under control. crews are working here. we're near the corner of broad and snyder. a number of street closures because of the on going effort. no injuries reported let's go to video from earlier this morning. firefighters got the call around 3:30 a.m. flames shooting from the top of the buildings when crews arrived. firefighters put out a second and third alarm. once they got here the second floor collapsed into the first floor. the fire spread