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>>. good afternoon "action news" is investigating the brutal beating of a child. she was discovered on the 2600 block of north hutchinson street. her mother tells police that he took her outside where he attacked her and we are getting an update from police at this hour. we'll have updates tonight on 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 and at 6abc.com. >> we are learning more about a high speed accident that left three people dead and a car slit in half after it slammed into a tree in the bustleton section of philadelphia. two men and two women were killed. eva pilgram joins us live now. >> reporter: police are expected to hold a news conference here
at 2:00 p.m. with more information about this deadly crash, at this point they are looking at surveillance video trying to determine why this car was driving so fast down a road down a business area and if any other cars are involved. >> as the sun came up this morning, police were investigating the crash in the bustleton area of the city, this late 2000 model accura tl was almost cut in half after the driver lost control speeding around a curve last night. >> we are trying to recover video of the construction site to see if there was another car involved. we know at least five people were in this car, three are dead, two females were thrown from the car one was just 16 years old and a 20-year-old man died in the car and a 17-year-old man was thrown on the street and he is in critical condition and a 19-year-old male was taken to the hospital by normal car and he is in good
condition. >> high speed and driving the car and thinking they are having a good time. it only takes a second to lose control and then a loss of life. >> business owners say it's common to see speeding along that road and especially through that curve right there, we are told that is not the first time that tree has been hit. eva pilgram, channel 6 "action news." >> all right thank you. an excessive heat warning is in effect for the region again today. sky 6 hd looking live at center city where it's still very humid outside. accuweather is tracking the chance for storms this evening as well. meteorologist, david murphy has more on that as he joins us live from the big board. >> lets start with the storm story n. central pennsylvania, creeping towards lancaster and harrisburg we have the first of the day's thunderstorms beginning to pop. they look like they are on top of us but they are moving east so slowly we may have to wait an
hour before they get into our western areas and later this afternoon before they get into philadelphia, there you see the line and it's a long slow track but they are on their way here and later on this afternoon and this evening, we'll see some of that and they could bring strong damaging wind gusts and most of the region away from the shore at a slight risk of strong damaging wind gusts from storms today and tonight but the best chance is downpours and lightning as the two major threats, nonetheless take cover if the storms head your way, a heat warning in effect for the second straight day and heat indexes make it feel like 95 or so, and areas could go up to is hundred, another day for cool drinks and be careful out there. notice the southerly flow is bringing in the humidity and warming us up, and looking at heat indexes and the high
humidity, a heat index of 94 in philadelphia and plenty of time to go to raise the numbers over the next couple of hours, when i come back we'll look at thunderstorms on future tracker 6 and get a better idea of the timing today. >> thank you david. meantime the philadelphia corporation of aging has activated its heat line again today, if you or anyone you know needs help, call the number on your screen, the hot line runs until 6:00 tonight. westchester university is dealing with a health scare, an employee tested positive for legionaire's disease, areas of the university had high levels of the bacteria, steps are being taken today to eliminate it and no classes are currently being held on campus. a fired police officer pled not guilty to a murder charge in ohio. ray tensing, a former cincinnati officer killed an unarmed black
man during a traffic stop. here is more of what happened during his first court appearance. >> reporter: there was actual applause in the courtroom today when the judge announced that she would allow tensioning to be released on bond but it was setality a million dollars. >> from the police up form to prison stripes. >> charged with one count of murder and one count of vol t r voluntarily manslaughter. >> this is the most asinine act i have seen a police officer make. >> the body camera catching it all, sam debose was pulled over for a missing license plate. >> tensing reaches for the door and the situation quickly escalating. >> i didn't do nothing.
take your seatbelt off, stop, stop. debose shot once in the head and the carrolling away and crashing down the street, the 25-year-old officer claiming in a police department that he was being dragged by the vehicle and had to fire the weapon, a second video cam taken from another very cam shows him on the ground after he fired. >> you can tell he was in fact on the ground in the middle of the street. >> he goes on to say debose may have tried to get away because of his extensive criminal record and his family denying that and they are grateful they are getting justice. >> you took a good man officer tensing and you deserve to go down. >> if convicted he could face 15 years to life in prison. >> reporting live marcy gonzales, channel 6 "action news." >> marcy thank you.
>> back here philadelphia congressman, chaka fattah is vowing to stay in office and fightle racketeering charges against him. the 29 count indictment accuses the long time democrat of using campaign and charitable funds illegally. he says he has never done anything illegal but has stepped down from his role on a house appropriations committee. it appears that cole hamels time in philadelphia will come to an end, they have agreed to trade him to the texas ranger, the first pitcher in major league history immediately after throwing a no-hitter, the phils will get a group of minor league prospects. a woman that saved lives during a movie theater shooting, is telling her story, how she escaped during that attack is
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one official in malaysia is saying that the debris found in the indian ocean is from the missing malaysian air flight 370. it's being sent to france for testing, they say it's from a boeing 777. flight 370 is the only one missing, it disappeared on march 8 of last year. we'll have more in a live report in our next half hour. the ntsb is investigating a small plane crash in wisconsin, both people on board died in the smoldering wreckage in milwaukee yesterday. witnesses say something went wrong as the plane circled for a landing. we know that the plane was registered out of boston and autopsies are scheduled for later today. >> we are hearing from a woman that saved her friend's life in a movie theater shooting in
louisiana. john houser killed two people and injured nine others, teacher jenna mote took a bullet to the leg as she dove on her colleague, she recounted how she made it out alive. >> i thought he would shoot me in the back as i crawled on the ground. i could walk -- and running towards -- >> martin was also shot in the leg but she was able to pull the fire alarm, warning other movie goers to evacuate. police credit the woman to saving livs that night. police hope that lab tests will help in the mile long sheen of oil 1,000 miles from the sand, and people are told to avoid tar balls. a shipping company will pay
more than $15 million for a spill that gravely damaged hawaii's eco system two years ago, 230 thousand gallons of molasses leaked into honolulu harbor killing large amounts of coral and fish. the company will reimburse hawaii for the cleanup, one of the largest settlements for an environmental violation in state history. one group is challenging families to make the most at dinner time. a meal with your loved one can benefit people in need. when "action news" comes right back.
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>> home rental prices when up again last month and salaries are not keeping up. they found that rental prices increased 4% in june compared to a year ago and the cost is rising higher than income but some cities say that they cannot go any higher because renters have reached their financial limit. >> a giant pharmacy change is getting a new tool to help with health care, and they are using watson computing systems, it can analyze drug information and claims and get a better
understanding of a patient's overall health, the watson system is used by johnson & johnson and apple. >> and more evidence that coffee is good for your brain, drinking a consistent moderate amount of coffee can keep you from developing mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to alzheimer's on dementia. for years now studies show that families that take part in family dinners are much less likely to smoke or do drugging or drink but they can feed the needs of seniors as well. >> reporter: many mcdeaf have family dinners. >> now any night it could be a
sunday night. >> the folks at homestead senior care say it's a practice that brings enormous benefits for older adults, it keeps their mind sharper and more nutrition and that keeps their body healthier, that is why they launched the sunday night dinner pledge and for each pledge they receive, the company will donate a dollar to meals on wheels, one thing that seniors say is that they are not hungry anymore and they don't want to eat, this makes sure they have foot in their home and it's not spoiled but edible. >> you can sign up, and do fun family activities. for emily it brings back fond memories of her childhood. >> my mother spent her whole day on sunday in the kitchen and anybody in the neighborhood could drop in and have a good dinner or skype a family dinner, it's important getting the three
generations together and everybody finds out what everybody else is doing and what the children are up to at any given time. >> different generations it's nice to get different perspectives aat the table. >> the "action news" team is out working on news teams beginning tonight at 4:00. >> and alicia vitarelli is live in the newsroom with a preview. >> big story today in big talkers, you know it's bad enough that people fat shame women but fat shaming a baby, one mother says it happened to her chunky 8-month-old all the time. and think the cost of your car insurance is based on driving record, think again, aapplying for credit could effect how much you pay each month and this father says he did what anyone would do if he
saw a drone hovering over his daughters, what did he do? he got rid of it. why he is facing charges? we'll talk about that coming up aat 4:00. you can watch us on the go streaming live on your smart phone or tablet. see you at 4:00. your accuweather forecast coming up when we come right back. supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call now to request your free decision guide. i've been with my doctor for 12 years. now i know i'll be able to stick with him.
david here with the check of the accuweather forecast, and we are hoping and praying for relief from the heat. >> you'll get relief but it will be just aas hot but not as humid. stormtracker 6 live double scan shows you off to the west we see a hint of thunderstorm activity popping up and we go closer on that, most of this is west of
lancaster, it looks like one break away cell is popping up west of reading and it may only be another 20 minutes or so before you see that precipitation, this heavier stuff to the west is still pretty far west of norristown and philadelphia, we probably have to wait 90 minutes or a couple of hours before it gets close to the city, if you have errands to run, around philadelphia and quakertown and allentown, can you run out quick and get them done but keep the storm tracker 6 app on your cell phone and watch the progress of these storms. it's warm and humid outside, if you are in the air conditioning, and look at this action cam picture, it almost looks like a nice spring day, but you get out there and despite the cool water and babbling brook it's uncomfortable today. the dew point is up to 74, and it was humid yesterday and warming up at this hour, today the temperatures may not go as
high but indicating sticky air, it will feel similar to yesterday. winds 14 miles per hour out of the south-southwest right up from where that humid is coming from. 88 in philadelphia and 86 in allentown and trenton, down the shore better in cape may, 85 at the airport in atlantic city, again the humid levels are high and noticeable. in terms of the storms to the west, between now and 2:00 there is a possibility we see some stuff forming close toward philadelphia and the main line is however pretty far out and we go up to 4:00, 5:00 and see that main stuff cranking right threw the i-95 corridor, these storms are obviously going to produce drenching downpours and other problems we'll talk about in a moment. the latest run has this stuff in and around philadelphia, and the phillies are back home tonight, and i would not cancel my plans but by 10:00 to 11:00 it looks
like this stuff is getting off the coast but adam and cecily will have something to show you on radar. lightning definitely a possibility and almost a certainty, we are seeing thunderstorms around lancaster, downpours a high chance of that in the hot and humid air mass, high winds, a moderate chance of that, not all of them will do that but some could. we are going low on the hail and tornado chance, these three lit up the way they are is enough to convince you to take cover when the storms move into your area, 88 is the high in allentown and afternoon thunderstorms and down the shore, we are also stopping in the 80s there is a chance of rip concerns in the water but as long as you swim near the lifeguards you'll be okay. gusty thunderstorms on the way this afternoon, drenchers too and getting up to 90 for a high and humid, tomorrow 90 for a high and with the front moving
away we'll see a drop in humidity, and that will be fairly dramatic and maybe sticky tomorrow morning and afternoon, but nothing like what we have got now, and the weekend is looking dry and on the hot side with moderate levels of humidity and monday we get another thunderstorm chance and things get soupy again. >> if you ever wanted to own a piece of the rocky movies, now is your chance, sylvester stallone is parting with props and costumes, including rocky's robe and gloves and boxing trunks, they go up for auction in october and some proceeds will be donated to military families and if are you a rambo fan he is selling rambo's army jacket. >> you would look good in that rick. >> more coming up at noon on "action news." a man is recould having from emergency surgery after being pinned under a train.
ocean, the debris that washed ashore that could be the first physical evident from malaysian airplane 370. and one of the phillies most recognizable names is reportedly headed off the team, the plans for pitcher cole hamels and what phillies fans are saying about it all today. >> but first latest on the developing story we reported at the top of the hour, the police are reporting the brutal beating of a 5-year-old girl, she is hospitalized with head and facial injuries, she was discovered outside of her house on tuesday morning. the girl's mother told police that a strange man broke in overnight and took her outside and attacked her kicking and punching her in the face, police are giving an update on this story at this hour. we'll have the latest on "action news" at 4:00 and online at 6abc.com.