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good morning, everyone, 6:00 a.m., thursday, april 21. here's what's happening. an encounters in a public library has become a criminal case. we'll explain the details. students at a berks county school have a fight club like program and adults watch. hockey fans remember ed snyder on home ice after at flyers get an emotion win. matt pellman is in for karen standing by with traffic. david murphy is outside with the forecast. >> reporter: i have a jacket on, because it's cool. lots of sun right now, obviously
thicker clouds to the west, we'll transition to a more sun and clouds mix as the day goes on. this came in late yesterday, but a frost advisory was posted up until 8:00 a.m. in rural areas in south jersey, especially in the pine barrens. 47 degrees currently in philadelphia. 37 in millville. 38 degrees in allentown. 44 in wilmington. more of the same up and down the i-95 corridor. but this afternoon it's going to be another one of those warmup days, by 1:00 p.m., 67. 3:00 p.m., 74. the high today will be 76 we'll hit that around 4:00, 4:30 p.m. the clouds get thicker and winds running 4 to 7 miles per hour. that's not all that strong. wik -- when i come back inside we'll look at the weekend call coming up. >> reporter: we are more comfortable with the situation at the delaware memorial bridge
this morning. yesterday morning, we saw miles and miles of traffic that moved at a stopped pace coming off 2935 and the new jersey turnpike trying to get into delaware all because of the emergency construction on the suspension ropes. yesterday it was a right lane that was open. this morning it's the two right lanes. it is a little improvement. i expect delays heading into delaware. i think we'll see delays at the commodor barry bridge with people still avoiding it, because i think eventually during the rush hour, delays will form on the delaware memorial bridge heading into delaware. delays on 422 eastbound to the saint gabe's curve into first avenue. this is the crash that won't quick. they are working on pulling out this vehicle from the grassy median. it's taking a while. traffic is squeezing by on the shoulder. i'm not giving you alternates, because i think it will be out of here soon.
delays are forming on 422. glenolden, a crash of a vehicle into a pole fluids on the road stay on the mcdade boulevard. overnight work on the kelly drive, stay on the mlk. delays not too bad on thursday morning. abc news has exclusive video of a shocking scene, teens in reading fighting in a classroom wailing on one another while adults stands by and look. annie mccormick has more from our satellite center. >> reporter: one person is asking why didn't the adults intervene. now the school said they have taken immediate action. originally the video was posted on facebook, but it was since taken town. it's a brawl between students captured on crfer video with one -- cell phone video with one adult watching and doing nothing to stop it. the unidentified adult leaves
the room and the other adult stays and pushes the student back into the fight. the father of the one of the students is angry. a fight breaks out, you have an adult coming in okay, break it up. that wasn't happening. >> reporter: this isn't any classroom located in reading northwestern human service school helps kids with autism and behavioral problems. the school is aware of the video. a fight in the classroom is something you cannot tolerate. we expect action will be taken as we learn the facts. >> reporter: the school said this is an on going investigation and they are fully cooperating with the police. reporting live from the satellite center, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." new on "action news," a search for this man who police say robbed a bank in center city.
the heist happened at the td bank branch on jfk boulevard. the una shaven man was wearing jacket and blew jeans. if you recognize him call police. a man registered as a sex offender is accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy in a public bathroom. david connel faces charges for what happened at the allentown public bathroom. connell touched him inappropriately and performed and sex act on him. he is currently in the lehigh county jail. bernie sanders will be in oaks and scranton and reading. our jim gardner sat down with hillary clinton for an exclusive one on one interview. they talked about a number of issues including the epidemic
gun violence in philadelphia. he asked how a president clinton would make philadelphia a safer city. i would reform the criminal justice system and work with the police departments there are good departments and police officers who are doing an important and successful job. we need to understand what is going on that causes people to reach for guns to settle minor disputes or keep guns out of the wrong hands. you can watch more on the one on one tonight on "action news" at 6:00 p.m. good morning is holding a live town hall with hillary clinton. she will take questions from locations throughout the county including honey's sit and eat at 21st and south street in center city. the republican candidates are rallying voters in the region ahead of the primary. donald trump has an event in harrisburg and a rally at the delaware state fair grounds tomorrow. ted cruz spent the day
campaigning in hershey. his wife shared his message with voters in new jersey. john kasich campaigns in delaware valley this morning and king of prussia tonight. the flyers organization will honor ed snyder with a public memorial center today. the flyers coach shuffled the lineup for the win or else game against the capitals and it worth. michael northberth stopped 31 shots and andrew mcdonald's scored to help the flyers win 2-1. if you hate your cable backs prepare to begin writing it's obituary. him or her bell aber has -- him or her bell aber has news on the volkswagen scandal. >> reporter: volkswagen is close to a deal with the u.s. over the
emission scandal. they will buy back or fix hundreds of thousand of cars. they had the software to cheat on emissions test. they have set up a funds to competent individual car owners. modest gains for stocks, futures pointing to a higher open. a report on weekly jobless claims due out today. comcast will let customers watch cable without a set top box. they are launching a limited program to let customers use a streaming device and app. you'll need a smart tv to get the programming. the move comes as the fcc opens up the set top box business. apps have changed the business. we have come a long way from holding the antenna with continue foil. we do. >> reporter: when i was a kid there was the phillies would be
on one game a week, we could get the lancaster station, one guy would have to stand there holding the antenna for an inning. we have sunshine coming up over the horizon, a few high clouds here and there. the temperatures heading out the door is 47 degrees. bundle up a little bit, light jacket probably works, the winds are not that strong. 7 miles per hour in philadelphia. a lot of you experiencing calm winds. we'll see the sun and high clouds filter in. there's an enhanced risk of brushfires. we'll go 7 to 14 miles per hour winds. we have low humidity on the dry forest floor. because it's breezy, the national weather service has a concern about that. the otherwise forecast looks
good. 48 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 57 we're in the mid 60s by noon. with winds fairly light not a bad day to go outside and catch lunch. 3:00 p.m., 74. the high of 76 is late in the afternoon probably around 4:00 or 4:30 p.m. mid 70s from philadelphia to allentown. down the shore in the low to mid 60s along the oceanfront. tomorrow we have cold front coming in from the west. we'll get up to 79 for the high tomorrow. we've had a lot of numbers in the last few weeks around 80 degrees, really nice. the trade off you'll have more cloud cover around and during the afternoon there's a chance of showers. at 7:30 the latest model run has this out west. might pop through. the bigger issue will be in the afternoon and evening where spotty showers coming through at times. maybe a thunderstorm mixed in here or there in the afternoon
or evening. by 11:00 we're starting to dry out. i think the stuff is gone in time for saturday morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 76 degrees sun and clouds today. a nice day, tomorrow clouds some sun occasionally, but at the same time we'll be looking for the spotty showers, most of them will be in the afternoon and evening. 79 is the high, passover arrives at sundown. and then the rain is gone in time for saturday. any morning clouds if we have any left over will get out of here quickly we'll abundant sunshine on saturday, breezy and looking good for the union match at talen nrg stadium down in chester at 4:00 p.m. more sun on wednesday, shower possible late in the day or night a shower spills into tuesday morning. sad news from the world of wrestling entertainment. a pioneer for the women in the wwe has died. a blockbuster trade put the
eagles in prime position for the next season draft, but they had to give up a lot in return. >> reporter: this is the scene on 422. this is eastbound traffic parked from oaks to first avenue. there's a crash we'll see if it cleared yet and talk about the situation at the delaware memorial bridge. a popular video game console is about to become an collector item along with the atari in the attic. that's next in tech bytes. welcome back you're taking
a live look here, out across the platt bridge. the commute is getting going, matt likes it when we used big words or interesting words to describe the color, i'm going to call that shamborgue. that's a wonderful word. >> reporter: today, matt and tam, have a poem in your pocket day. it's a poem in my pocket about the delaware memorial bridge. in regards to the delaware memorial bridge we say, why, it's much like that infamous figure skater we want to cry.
why the work continues to sure up the suspension ropes for a ride across the river improved are our hopes for now, two lanes are open when all four will be who knows, all is certain until they are, the traffic still slows. is that in blank verse. i don't care he is my literary hero. >> reporter: the good news is that two lanes are open this morning versus the one that was open yesterday. this is the resulting delay heading toward delaware because it was one lane yesterday. today it's two, so far the speeds are not terrible. we're in the 40s that's a definite improvement over yesterday. ingles people are scared to go that way at this point. but it is a little bit better this morning, however, two lanes are still blocked. meanwhile, nothing is blocked in glenolden, chester pike at gardener avenue, the crash of the vehicle into the pole has
cleared out. that's good news. we're waiting on this to clear out. 422 eastbound at the first avenue overpass. this vehicle has been in the median for hours now. they still can't get it towed away. we're seeing an earlier than normal jam 422 from past oaks to first avenue. meanwhile, yesterday they inspected a bridge west vincent chester county and found deficiencies with it. now we're reduced to one lane 401 conostoga road. instead of 401 use horseshoe trail or buyers road. former wwe champion chyna has died. investigators are not saying the cause of death, but stated there were no indications of foul play. chyna whose real name is joany
lawyerer was the first woman to enter the king of ring events. chyna had struggling with addiction for years. she also listed as 45 on the web, but police say she had just turned 46 years old. the water crisis in flint, michigan has became a criminal case. the attorney general filed criminal charges against two employees and environmental quality workers have been charged with official misconduct and evidence tampering. flint used water from the flint river for 18 months and lead leeched from the old plumbing and consumed by the residents. united kingdom is warning warning -- marking a milestone. queen elizabeth turns 09 -- 90 today. annie leibowitz took several
pictures of the queen with her grandchildren. experts have noticed that the bedbugs are stronger than ever. >> reporter: we have sweatshirts on the kids or light jacket because temperatures are in the 40s in. this afternoon it's back to the shorts and ts. i'll have the day planner forecast and let you know where the numbers are going. >> reporter: facebook rolls out a new group calling feature. you can put together three auto calls up to 1 participants. it's the ends of the road for xbox 360. microsoft will stop making the iconic game. it was first released in 2013 is still in production. the u.s. air force has a new
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the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> reporter: we just can't seem to get rid of the crash on 422, when you think it's going to clear it doesn't. we are waiting for them to pull the vehicle out of the grass under eastbound jammed. they opened hartford road for soar work.
>> reporter: we have temperatures cool right now in the 40s across the region. some spots in the 30s, we'll climb quickly. 62 by noon. 76 degrees high will be around 4:00 p.m. it will be a nice day, high clouds building in as the day goes on. no delays at the airport. we have rain and earlier thunderstorms and dallas and now rain popped up in chicago, matt and tam. going on to "healthcheck," bedbugs are getting harder to eradicate. they have developed a thicker skin protecting them against common used bug spray. to keep them from spreading remove infested items in sealed plastic bags. eagles pulled off a monster trade with the cleveland browns and moves them up to the second overall pick they require the second overall and fourth
six people are under arrest after federal officials seized the longest cross border tunnel. officials discovered more than a ton of cocaine and seven tons of marijuana. it has 3 feet wide opening and equipped with rail system ventilation and lights and elevator. houston texans were supposed to start their program but were diverted because of flooding. more than two dozen texan players handed out pillows and gift cards and hugs. one player gave the jacket right off his back. love seeing that. next up at 6:30 an "action news" exclusive. video shows a brawl breaking outty berks county school.
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filter in during the morning and afternoon. itthey will be high to thin. it's a decent day ahead. frost advisory in the pine barrens of south jersey. that popped up yesterday. i'm throwing that out there in case you have a potted plant you want to bring in. 44 in wilmington. upper 30s in allentown and millville. 50 in cape may. as we roll through the day it looks like a good one temperature-wise. 62 degrees by 9:00. upper 60s by 1:00 p.m. we'll spend the majority in of the dan the low to mid 70s. the high today 76 degrees, we hit around 4:00 p.m. pollen count is high, matt, so we have to be careful of that. showers come tomorrow. for the weekend call it's in the 70s. >> reporter: we have bright sunshine i can see that on your face, sun glare will be an
issue. this is an issue on 422. a heavy duty wrecker has arrived on the scene. hopefully it will get the suv stuck in the mud under the first avenue overpass. for now they have the left lane blocked which is not doing good things for 422 eastbound. it's parked approaching oaks as you approach first avenue into king of prussia. otherwise, normal delays are forming on i-95 southbound from approaching academy through cottman and the ben franklin bridge into girard. nothing we're not used to there. we are hoping we did not have a repeat of yesterday did he delaware memorial bridge. looks like things will be better because they got a second lane open on the bridge heading toward delaware. i expect some delays as the morning progresses, but right now, things are not too bad. meanwhile, on 42 volume is
buildings on creek road heading toward 295. no big delays here at this point. thanks, matt. we begin with an "action news" exclusive, a berks county school students with special needs plans to take action for a fight that took place in fronlts of -- in front of adults who did not stop it. annie mccormick has more on the video you will only see here. >> reporter: the school said they will take action after the video was brought to their attention. this disturbing video looks like a youngster fight club. the cloorm -- classroom is inside northwestern human services school that helps kids with autism and behavioral problems. if you're allowing kids in that type of situation to sit there and physically go at each
other, rather than help them come up with alternative way to better handle their behaviors. are you helping them? >> reporter: look at the video. another adult stays to watch pushing the student back into the brawl. alex jackson admits his son is at fault, but questions how school staff let it get that far. the school spokesperson kevin feeley said they are aware of the video and there's an investigation. a fight in the classroom is good we can't tolerate. we expect there will be actions taken as soon as we learn more of the facts. >> reporter: since it is an on going investigation for the school no disciplinary action has been taken. they are interviewing the adults they believe were in the room. the video was originally posted on facebook, but has since been taken down. reporting live from the sat slight center, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." thank you for that. the gun scare at bonner high
school will not affect the schedule. an aalert student told the staff member about the weapon sending the school into lockdown. upper darby police found the gun along with bullets and marijuana. five students will be charged as juveniles. the archdiocese said incidents like this demonstrate the importance of the school community working together to maintain a safe environment. a person was hurt in a chain-reaction crash involving a septa bus at 48th and market west philadelphia around midnight. a two car collision sent a vehicle into a stopped bus. there were no passengers on board, thank goodness. one driver is in the hospital. there's no word on the their condition or what caused the crash. the pennsylvania primary is 35 days away. new this morning, the latest franklin and marshall college poll gives us a glimpse into what voters are thinking.
donald trump has the gop nod with 40%. ted cruz is third and moved to second with 26%. john kasich slipped to third and has 24% support among likely voters. not much has changed on the democratic side. hillary clinton has a lead over sanders, 58 to 31%. this in fact can be sated and called a clinton state. her husband won the state twice. it's conceivable trump's lead could grow. the largest the turnout, next tuesday on april 26th, the better trump will do. democrat bernie sanders will hold a town hall in reading this morning and heads to oaks, montgomery county for a rally this afternoon. penn state brandywine welcomes john kasich and later attending the gop reception and dinner in
king of prussia. the flyers live to skate another day. tickets for potential game 6 in south philadelphia go on sale at 11:00 a.m. new goal in net with 31 saves. the flyers had their first power play in the series 2-1 win over the capitals. scott laughton went hard into the boards and had to go to the hospital. the tests came back negative. that goalie made a big difference. >> reporter: if they make it friday, then come home for game 6 -- it could be interesting. looking outside live, plenty of sunshine early, you can see high, thin cloud cover here and there. but generally speaking it's evaporating for now. 47 degrees stepping outside the door.
winds are light, running 7 miles per hour in philadelphia. some spots are calm right now. have a little bit of early cloud cover streaking through. as the sun gets up over the horizon, the thin stuff dries out. we have thicker clouds to the west they will start to build in as the day goes on. we start out with full sun and later today we have the high clouds take over a bit. there's an enhanced risk of brushfire today. the breezes will be a little gusty, 7 to 14 miles per hour, but the humidity is very low today and we have the bone-dry forest floor. be careful flicking the cigarettes and not a great day to have controlled burns on your property or business. 48 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 65 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m., 74. the high today is 76, 4:00 p.m. is when we'll see that. nice temperatures today. a few clouds as the day goes on. high temperatures nice in
allentown. mid 70s there, trenton, wilmington and reading. 70 in millville. down the shore, low to mid 60s. tomorrow with the cold front coming in and continued flow of area, we'll go to 79. unfortunately it will be cloudy with sunny breaks and as we roll through the day, showers are possible. in the morning it's not out of the question we'll have something to show you. it will be light and quick. during the even hours we'll have a spotty showr or thunderstorm here -- spotty shower or thunderstorm here or there. cecily and adam may have something to talk about around 11:00 p.m. by the time you wake up you're looking at a dry, pretty nice weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 76 sun with some increasing clouds as the day goes on. pleasant overall. a few showers as you just saw tomorrow. 79 is the high, maybe a rumble of thunder. passover arrives at sundown.
looks like the rain is gone for saturday. we may start out sunny in the morning, but if we have clouds they won't last long. in the afternoon, abundant sunshine breezy and seven. great for the union, 4:00 p.m., 6abc game. sunday, 69 degrees, we can take that, right? monday, warm, again, 77 degrees, there will be an increase in clouds and showers around at night. showers could spill into tuesday morning, otherwise it's cloudy and back to 72 on tuesday. not too bad overall. thank you, david. 6:40. up next, more stories you didn't see last night including the violent thieves who held customers and children at gunpoints. where's the beef? on the road. a trail of steaks lead police in hot pursuit of a robbery suspect. >> reporter: no beef on this road, but we have a beef with the traffic approaching oaks 422
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let's go over to matt pellman with the commute not looking good at that spot. >> reporter: 422 at one point looked like a nonissue became a major issue because they blocked both lanes trying to get to the suv. i know the camera is shaking a little bit. looks like the second tow truck did the trick. i think they will load the suv on to this tow truck. eastbound side 422 jammed from past 29 to route 23 and first avenue. you might want to think ridge pike main street through norristown and route 23 which had its fair share of headaches lately. new headaches, because yesterday they were doing bridge inspections in west vincent
chester county. they found structural deficiencies along 401 conostoga road. i wouldn't say horseshoe trail or buyers road. lower gwynedd, they are working on a drainage pipe morris road will get you around that closure. on the big picture, slowing developing on the schuylkill expressway and i-95 just the normal stuff. it's the delaware memorial bridge we're seeing a little bit of slowing, my twitter friend jen went over the bridge at 6:12 traffic is moving, but starting to back up, it's better than yesterday, because two lanes are open instead of the one yesterday. plus i think people are scared to use it after the nightmare yesterday. at least three people were killed in an oil plant explosion in mexico. 100 more injured. a toxin filled cloud can be seen
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police on a high-speed chase through two counties in texas. the driver swiped steaks from walmart in long view yesterday. when the police attempted to stop him, the driver took off and tossed the steaks out of the car. the driver eventually surrendered. he'll have stories to tell in lockup. 6:47 a live preview of "g.m.a." is next. >> reporter: it's chilly this morning with temperatures in the 40s in a lot of neighborhoods. shorts and ts this afternoon i'll have the day planner forecast for those of you trying to get a workout in. we'll talk about that coming up.
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moments when we say good morning to "good morning america." indeed let's go over to amy robach we're so excited you're going to have hillary clinton for that town hall today. >> reporter: that's right, matt and tam, it's a special edition of "good morning america." hillary clinton will be joining us live in time square fresh off the victory in new york. she also ready to take all of your questions live. we have other news of the day, former red sox pitcher quurt schilling was fired -- kurt schilling was fired by espn after sharing the offensive post on social media. happy birthday queen elizabeth it's her 90th birthday.
there she is is a grandmom and great grandmom. i wonder if she'll have a piñata. we'll have more than that. >> reporter: i think tee, -- te, may be something stronger than that. 422 westbound this is the ramp 76 to the schuylkill expressway westbound lanes it's a crash, but it's off to the side. not causing the delays we're seeing on the eastbound side of 422 this morning. buses trains and trolleys have been good. now we're getting word of inbounds delays on septa 101 trolley because of equipment problems. david. >> reporter: all right, matt we're in the 40s it's cool out there. the winds are not that bad. this is good news if case you're going out for a jog. 57 degrees by 10:00 a.m. cool and comfortable with the
winds on the light side. 65 at noon. the high today will be 76 degrees. we won't hit that until 4:00, 4:30 p.m. a teenager in arkansas is sitting in jail on a felony robbery charge because he stole a soda from mcdonald's. they ordered free cups of water and went inside the mcdonald's to replace the drinks with soda at the drinks station. the manager tried to stop the trio, but he was hit by the car. the teen behind the wheel is in custody. new on "action news," authorities in atlanta are searching for armed robbers who held customers including young children at gunpoint. surveillance video shows the terrifying moments. the wants -- the bandits coward the store for cell phones.
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northwestern human services school in reading plan to take action. bernie sanders will campaign in oaks montgomery county. john kasich campaigns in media this afternoon and king of prussia tonight. the flyers organization will honor ed snyder with a public memorial service today. snyder indicted at the age of 83. the doors open at 11:30 at the wells fargo center. >> reporter: the crash 422 at first avenue is gone. the delay is not, it's a parking lot from route 29 to this point. >> reporter: delaware memorial bridge is sluggish, but but moving. >> reporter: 3:00 p.m., 74 degrees, 76 degrees is the high around 4:00 p.m. winds not all that bad around 7 can 14 miles per hour. it's a chilly when you first go
good morning, america. donald trump. >> i'm millions of votes ahead, millions, millions of votes ahead of lyin' ted. >> taking on ted cruz as he tries to lock down the gop nomination and promising the gloves will come off against hillary clinton in november. >> i love running against crooked hillary. i love that. >> clinton flying high, fresh off that huge victory in new york. >> there's no place like home. [ cheers and applause ] >> she's here live in times square this morning answering your questions in our town hall only on "gma." a new weapon to battle the zika outbreak. genetically modified mosquitoes. residents protest new plans to test them. are they too dangerous? dr. besser joins us live. a shocking scene