tv Action News Weekend 9AM ABC May 21, 2016 9:00am-10:01am EDT
ill-fated egypt air flight 804. blimp down, you don't usually see this along a busy philadelphia thoroughfare. a glimpse of the commodor barry bridge. it's gloomy and gray. the people are excited it's the weekend, but it's a going to rain. >> reporter: more rain in the forecast today, and a couple of showers in the forecast for sunday. the weekend as a whole not looking very good. next weekend looks better. that's memorial day, i'll talk about that in a minute. in the meantime, let's flip it over to the numbers. 60 degrees in philadelphia. trenton, 57. dover, 58. millville, 58. you can see the yellows and oranges and reds all the way
down to baltimore where the preakness stakes takes place this afternoon. it should get in here within the next couple of hours. the close-up view shows the moderate rain falling from route 1, dover, to newark, wilmington looks like you're dry, but the rain line is knocking on the door. into south jersey, route of 49 everybody is in the clear, south of their we're seeing patchy drizzle for southern salem and current and cape may county in south jersey. the day planner looks like it's mainly cloudy and showers to the south. 60 degrees, by late morning we'll see the steadier rains arrive that continues throughout the afternoon. 1:00 p.m., 63. 3:00 p.m., 58. by 5:00 p.m., we're back down to 57 degrees. the call from accuweather, periods of rain, becomes windy down the shore, some of the rain will be heavy at times. high temperature around 63 degrees. when i come back in just a minute i'll let you know when
this clears and we're talking 80s in the seven-day forecast. you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. it is 9:02. right now police are looking for a shooter and a motive in the killing of a 18-year-old in north philadelphia. the shots were fired along 3300 block of north 13th street late last night. police say they found more than two dozen shell casings. the 18-year-old was shot in the back of the head and died. two other men were shot and sure vieived. survived. the victim just celebrated his birthday. a suspect is in custody after a high-speed chase in the logan section. when the officer approached the car police say the man tried to run the officer down before taking off. there was a chase and police helicopter was called in. the suspect ended up wrecking
his car in north philadelphia. police say he tried to runaway, but officers eventually caught him. and now to the developing story overseas the first images of debris from egypt air flight 804 is coming in. abc's matt gutman has more on the picture also and the -- pictures and search site in the mediterranean sea. the first pictures of the 804. the grim hall with the twisted recipes of metal with the egypt air logo. you can see the part of a child at backpack. the shredded and water logged remains of the seat. the french pilot said the area was littered with debris. it is from flight 804. the egyptian military said the debris included airline seats, luggage and personal possessions and body parts.
the ships are picking up what they can. it's an international effort with u.s. planes flying over the search areas and european satellites pitching in producing this image which could be an oil slick from the plane 25 miles from the domed flight last known possession. the seas are relatively flat. the winds are low. these are ideal conditions for the search operations. the question is what's happening on the surface of the water, what's happening 10,000 feet below. the plane went down in an area with a deep trerch -- trench sonar carrying ships to pick up the pings. this man was stricken with grief. he lost four family members. that was abc's matt gut man
with that report. we're posting the latest at 6abc.com. you can find updates as well as pictures from the scene. you can read about the history of egypt air crashes from abc news. family and friends are gathering to say goodbye to a bridgeton high school student killed in a car crash after her prom. a funeral for 15-year-old mikayla mosley starts at 11:00 a.m. daisia sulton who was also killed was driving on route 49 in maurice township when she lost control of her car and crashed into a tree. new on "action news," a driver is dead after his jeep slammed into a tree in camden county. the action cam was there as officers investigated the scene on route 73 near william feather drive in voorhees. the cause remains under investigation. a northbound detour in the area is lifted. federal investigators are
working to find out why a blimp, you see here crash landed along the delaware river in philadelphia. this all happened last night just off i-95 in fishtown. the aircraft touched down on delaware avenue and got blown into an industrial area at beach and richmond streets and ended up wrapped afternoon a utility pole. philadelphia police received numerous calls. 26th district, air emergency coming out location of delaware avenue and beach street. blimp coming out of the sky. two people were on the blimp blimp. they were not hurt, faa and ntsb are investigating. we turn to the race for the white house, bernie sanders is in a cash crunch as he tries to snatch the presidential nomination away from hillary clinton. the latest election commission filings reveals sanders had less
than of million dollars at the start of may. hillary clinton reportedly has five times inasmuch as money. presumptive republican nominee donald trump spent $7 million of his own money in april and $43 million overall. hershey park announced a new bathroom policy for transgendered guests and workers they are welcome to use any bathroom they choose. park leaders say they make their guests feel welcome. critics argue that federal guidelines for transgendered citizens is violation of their constitutional rights. happening today, vice president joe biden will deliver the commencement speech at westpoint. 950 cadets will receive their degrees and commissions as
second lieutenant in the u.s. army. he gave the westpoint commencement address back in 2012. the stotesbury cup regatta continues on the schuylkill expressway. the finals begin around 1:00 p.m. the last race of the day is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. there's a 3d optical i illusion at the zoo. a local celebrity has adopted a horse who was abused we'll tell you whose giving him a second chance. >> reporter: gray, this weekend we're talking rain and we're talking a big, big warmup in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it could be the warmest temperatures of the year so far. details straight ahead.
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tonight and it is clear, you will be able to spot the full moon. it's called the flower moon, but this year it's the second full moon of the months. meteorologist chris sowers has the latest on the forecast. >> reporter: you will see the blue moon coming up. they will be seeing rain drops hitting them in the head. there's a decent shot of cape may. it's not raining just yet. take a look at this, this is the shot that was sent in this morning. this is what it looked like down the shore first thing this morning when the sun rose. in surf city, look at the oranges and reds. red in the morning, sailors take warning. look all the reds and yellows and oranges popping up on the radar. we'll zoom into the western suburbs, 202 and coatsvilleville
and honey brook, all the rain is shifting to the east and there's more rain to the south across the delaware bay region it's lifting to the north. even though it's not raining right now it will get going in the next a couple of hours. 60 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 49. this number will peak around 63 in the early afternoon and fall into the 50s once the rain arrives. dewpoint, 49. pressure 30.13 inches holding steady. winds 5. millville, 60. atlantic city, 57 and trenton, 57 degrees. here it comes, that slug of moisture. look at all the reds popping up east of baltimore and washington, d.c., all this activity is pushing off to the east. so, again, it becomes steadily worse and worse i guess i should say, the pattern as we progress along throughout the first part of the afternoon.
it's a rain day today. tomorrow even though the low passes on by to the northeast we're looking at an upper level feature wrapping in the on the backside of the departing low and bring more showers to the area. 3:00 p.m., it's raining for everybody even though the model has the northwestern suburbs in the clear it will be raining there, as well. the heaviest across south jersey and delaware. that will continues through the afternoon and evening hours, look at the reds, delaware, delaware bay region, jersey shore, the coastal storm gets going, it passes on by to the north. overnight tonight it's cloudy and damp, leftover showers, same thing tomorrow morning, even though the model is not showing it here, there will be patchy drizzle and leftover showers same thing through the afternoon showers, expect afternoon showers maybe a refresh your memory or two of thunder. the impact scale looks like, not too much going on right now. we'll keep it low, by 11:00 a.m.
in the moderate category. from lunchtime from that point on it's all high. if you have outdoor plans there's a good chance you run into rain as the rain comes down at a pretty good clip. rain today that's the call from accuweather. 63 comes early in the numbers pull back in the afternoon. winds out east at 5 to 15 miles per hour. down the the shore it's 30 miles per hour. 11:00 a.m., 62. 1:00 p.m., 63. and then we're in the upper 50s, periods of rain. overnight tonight, leftover showers and cloudy an damp. 49 degrees. the cooler suburbs, 53 for center city. winds gusting out of the north at 5 to 15 miles per hour. 20 to 30 down the the jersey shore. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows leftover spotty showers for sunday. it's another cloudy day, 68. monday, more clouds than sun,
actually a lot more peeks of sunshine we'll see. showers possible in the afternoon, 70 degrees. the pattern starts to breakdown a little bit. tuesday there's a chance of a thundershower, warmer more in the way of sunshine, 75. wednesday, thursday, and friday, hello, 82, 85 and 83 and some of the latest forecast modeling coming in has thursday now up to 88 degrees and that would be the warmest temperature we've seen since september of last year. 88. but we have to wait for it. >> reporter: you have to wait for 88. be patient. 6abc is taking you inside the philadelphia zoo tonight with a special look with all that's new including a selfie spot where you can give back to kids in need. >> reporter: visitors can share their pictures on social media with the 3d360 hot spot.
joe hill is the mastermind behind the illusion. the mural creates the illusion that guests are teetering on the edge of the zoo while animals roam below. when you start in the right spot you take a picture and capture all the different elements of the zoo, animals, trailways and the interaction point a slide where people can slide into the picture. i've been doing this kind of artwork for 13 or 14 years. >> reporter: every photo taken with the mural and uploaded with the #sends the kid has a worthy cause. it means under served children can come to the zoo depending on how many pictures are shared. rick williams and cesily tynan has the changes at the
zoo. lancaster county spca said jon stewart adopted will i lilye horse who was found in march she was shot at close range with 130 paint balls and needed surgery to remove an injured eye. a rhode island man who transported the horse was convicted of animal cruelty. a new jersey farmers market destroyed by fire is rebuilt and getting back to business. the dogs get their day at the ballpark. it wasn't the phillies night. ducis rogers has sports on "action news" saturday morning.
sleeping. all the victims had locked windows and doors, but the alarms were not activated in the homes. the thieves got away with four vehicles and wallets phones and electronics. a market devastated by fire will reopen today. the columbus farmers market in burlington county was ravaged by fire in 2014. a ribbon-cutting ceremony will mark the return of stores an new food market. tim cook is wrapping up its four day excursion to india. the company said the haven't to your will create four thousand jobs, apple is just a 2% share of the smart phone market in india, one of the world's fastest growing smart phone markets. twitter users will get more space to work within their
you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things. i'm jackie kruzik and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator.
so much for waking up with us. 60 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of the ben franklin bridge from the temple university camera there. meteorologist chris sowers says if you're going out today prepare for the rain. happening in sports, the braves take a big by the out of the phillies on a night for the dogs. >> reporter: the phillies so
close to first place, the braves the worst team in baseball, before you think the game was a gimme think again. two-run homer. the first of two for freeman. phils down 2-1. the number 8 hitter is up, because pete mccannen's lineup won't get it done. nola gives up five runs two earned, the phillies lose 7-1. they have a good lineup of they are not a pushover by any means on any given day they can beat anybody. we have to take them, we can't take them for granted. we have to go out there and ballots to win. that's what we have to do the next two games, the rest of the year actually. >> reporter: we're less than
five weeks away from the nba draft. all the focus have been on the the sixers number one pick. but they have two other picks in the first round 24 and 26 overall. to help them decide they invited more prospects to the workout yesterday. that included st. joe's isaiah miles. i think i could be a good contributor and shooter. i feel like they definitely an extra shooter, especially a big shooter. i think they need one. >> reporter: let's kick it, the union home and the dc united. what a finish, a scoreless match into the 91st minute. >> reporter: richie marquez with the game winner. the union win 1-nill they are in first place in the eastern
conference. the soul taking on orlando today. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers. 9:26 horse racing fans are gearing i happen for tonight's preakness stakes. nyquist, the favorite is hoping for another win after coming in first in the kentucky derby. rain is expected throughout the day in the baltimore area and that will make for a muddy track. that could be a good thing for several of nigh chris' top rivals especially exaggerator the darby runner-up. much more coming up. including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: this is cher the "shelter me rescue of the week" winner this week. if if you would like to meet cher and some of other friends tune in "shelter me rescue of the week" on "action news." camden county k-9 unit police force you will hear from
fire farms turning their grief into goods, raising money for a worthy cause. but first outside we go with meteorologist chris sowers, chris it's the weekend, you're supposed to have good news for us. >> reporter: it could be worse, right, gray. goose, it's not raining yet, and it will be in the afternoon or evening. highs today top out in the low 60s and pull back to the upper 50s. saint davids, 57. center city, 60 degrees, levittown, 59. south jersey and delaware moth temperatures in the mid to upper 50s at this point as well. glassboro, 58. agenda beach, 57. woodbine and sea isle city, 351. here comes the rain moving in from the southwest. it picks up in intensity rather
quickly. it's not doing much in the city. it's cloudy, you have to go 15, 20 miles per hour in the southwest its coming down steadily across chester and new castle and kent counties in delaware. here's a close up view. coatsville, malvern, oxford, wilmington, salem and points to the west. lancaster and baltimore and washington, d.c. metro areas. all that rain continues to push east. phillies taking on the braves game two, will they get it in. looks like the steadiest rains may be off to the east. it will be rainy and cloudy and damp and chilly for this time of the year. first pitch temperature 59 degrees by the 9th inning. temperatures back down to 57. certainly not feeling like may. when i come back in a few minutes we'll put an end to the dreary weather pattern and by wednesday we're back in the
80s. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast. new at 9:00 a.m. on "action news," police in the bucks county are working to determine what caused a deadly crash. police tell us the crash happened after 6:30 a.m. on route 1 northbound near route 13 in falls township. it appears the driver lost control of the car and ran off the road and the victim was pronounced at the scene. young people will gather in wilmington to remember a student shot walking home from school. nativity prep school is providing a space to mourn brandon wingo and pray. dann cuellar has more on the search to find out who killed him. >> reporter: police know who they are looking for, but they haven't found him. it's not that he wanted to shoot him, he wanted him dead. bradley wingo in shock and display speaking about the
gangland shooting of his son who was walking home from howard high school school of technology, a member of the varsity high school squad. he saided son never spoke -- he said his son never spoke to him about any threats on his life. i i told him about hanging out with the wrong kids boom boom boom and everything. most of the kids were basketball players. >> reporter: amy joyner-francis died in after a fight in the, te face charges in that case. brandon attended nativity prep where the principal spoke glowingly about him. he was a phenomenal young man, hard worker, a competitive athlete and quietly selfless person. >> reporter: in particular he
said he will never forget his selfless act during a summer program. he noticed a kid didn't have enough clothes and started giving him his and washing them and he didn't tell anyone about it, he was just, if he saw the right thing to do he would just do it. >> reporter: some of brandon's former classmates were getting grief counseling, among them, the 14-year-old son of this woman. i couldn't sleep all night. it's like my son, too, it's so tragic he was a wonderful kid. >> reporter: the question this morning was why was he so ruthlessly killed. a ten thousand dollar reward is being offered in the case. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." following knew developments from the latest deadly plane crash. the first pictures have emerge from egypt air flight 804. smoke was detected in multiple places on the plane before it
plummeted. the cause of the crash remains unclear this morning. search crews are scouring for the plane's black boxes which could provide vital clues into the crash. something was up near the cockpit. it was either something mechanical or short circuit or incendiary device, as well. investigators are considering the possibility of a terror attack, but no militant group claims to have brought down the plane. pennsylvania state police believe drunk driving caused a fatal crash in chester county. one person died and four others were hurt an accident involving five vehicles including a tractor-trailer this happened around 9:30 on route 30 bypass near route 340. the bypass opened up after police investigated the crash. no word on the injured victims. solbury bucks county will
open the door of their building for victims of the thefts of jewelery. william dalton stole hundreds of items from several homes and pawned them off using his ream i.d. video shows him driving away from a home in solbury. other homes were broken into. one victim talked to us and did not want to show her face. went into the front door went up the steps into our master bedroom. >> reporter: all while the alarm was going off. all while the alarm was going off. >> reporter: police say to claim something on wednesday night you must have a police report approving that you reported a theft. they say receipt or picture of the stolen item will help you out. new at 9:00 a.m., runners and walkers laced up for a good
cause. this is the mayfair fallen heros run walk. every year they remember a police officer or fallen firefighter. this year they remember robert neri. they raised $8,000 for families of fallen police and fire. camden county police k-9 unit is welcome be two new members, one of whom is making history. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick has the story. >> reporter: this yellow lab peyton has almost his very own badge and partnered with the first women to become an officer in camden's history. the officer graduated from the academy two years ago and decided to go to the k-9 academy. we bonded quickly. >> reporter: why did it take this long to add a female officer in the mix. we did not have many female
officers. we know one put in for the assignment now we have a significant amount of female officers. when it come to officers male female we all come here and do the same job. >> reporter: she lives at home with peyton and her father who is captain on the force. they talked about the importance of dogs like peyton who sniff out drugs. police department has 8 k-9s now and hope to have 12 or 150. peyton and camaccio have two roles. hugs and kisses and detecting narcotics. when she knows detecting narcotics she will be in the schools doing outreach. >> reporter: they graduate in
june and then they hit the streets together. i'm so used to dealing with human, doing the transition has been wild. >> reporter: which one is better? probably the dog [laughter]. "shelter me rescue of the week" is next on "action news" at 9:00. you're looking at the space shuttle fuel tank going through los angeles, it will take 16 to 18 hours to make it to it's destination. a vietnam vet is reunited with his lost purple heart. who helped him get i told -- get it back, that's just ahead. "action news" saturday morning comes right back.
all right, folks, so glad you stayed with us, 9:42. 60 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over philadelphia international airport. yup, you see it, once again, gray and gloomy on the weekends. don't blame me. >> reporter: what happened we were doing so well yesterday. now it's gray and we'll get you outside and patiently awaiting the next round of way that's heading this way. it's raining west of philadelphia and south philadelphia all that is heading toward the city and should get in the city in the next hour or two. here you go that's what it will look like today. storm tracker 6 live double scan
as we go round and round, rain off to the southwest. you can see the rain in the new castle county and heavier to steadier rains falling in malvern coatsville and lancaster. all this will shift to the east over the next few hours and make for a miserable saturday. here's the interesting thing i want to point this out, we haven't seen as much rain as you thought. if you take the last five months until today you take the rainfall totals for each month and add them up and stack them up against the average we're two inches below normal in the rainfall department. the problem is every single day over the last 4, 50, 6 weeks, it seems to be cloudy and at least a chance of patchy drizzle and couple of days you get a steadier rain. that's the problem. it's gray and gloomy. as far as the number itself it's below average. 63 degrees that's the forecasted
high. the normal is 75 we're nowhere near that. highs by the end of the week will be above average. 86 or 87 thursday afternoon. 50s for everybody september for the city and cape may where they are showing 60 and 61 respectfully. wind speeds are light out of the east/northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. they will pick up for the jersey shore, sea isle city, avalon, cape may, wildwood, stone harbor, all the areas could see wind gusting between 20 and 30 miles per hour during the late afternoon hours. as we set it in motion for you, here's washington, d.c., baltimore, preakness stakes this afternoon, most of the heavier rain should be east of baltimore, but the track will be muddy. all this will continue east and over philadelphia shortly and keep raining throughout the afternoon hours in varying intensity, even though the low will pass on through here and get into the canadian maritimes
by sunday we're looking at an up are level feature on the backside of it. it will swing through sunday and monday, more rain and showers and tuesday that feature pulls east. that will be the point where the pattern breaks down and we'll see more in the way of sunshine. future tracker 6, 3:00 p.m., steadier rains across south jersey and delaware, heavier throughout the day. 6:00 p.m. you can see the bulls eye over south jersey and delaware bay region seeing steadier rain. the coastal low passes by and moves into new england mainly cloudy tonight patchy drizzle and leftover showers, tomorrow morning even though the model is showing clouds there will be showers around and same thing throughout the afternoon hours. honest li it could last through monday -- honestly it could last through monday, as well. potential for rain, half inch to
an inch for the northwestern suburbs and far western suburbs. i-95 metro, three-quarters of an inch. delaware and south jersey an inch of rain or more. high 60s around lunchtime, pulling back into the 50s by afternoon. periods of rain and cooler. overnight tonight everybody drops into the low 50s, showers possible. otherwise cloudy with patchy drizzle. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 today, 68 for tomorrow. and temperatures starting point to get back on track for monday. even though there's going to be a lot of clouds out there and shower. 70 degrees. tuesday, 75. wednesday, thursday, friday, lots of sun or combination of sun and clouds, temperatures in the 80s. right now it looks like that will continue through memorial day weekend. looks like we got that right, right now. the sun is taking a break. it will be back. >> reporter: home e --
hopefully. in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" story a hamster finds her best friend. >> reporter: for 17-year-old hannah it was love at first sight when she adopted moon stone on vld -- valentine's day this year. her one eye makes her a special needs hamster but that doesn't slow her down. she is loving ascertain she loves to be -- and she loves to be held. >> reporter: she is hannah's therapy pet. i struggle with depression it's somebody to take care of and love and hold on to. >> reporter: loving hamster rescue was founded three years ago and it is dedicated to saving the lives of the small creatures. a lot of people got them for their children as pets and
they ended up needing more care than they thought. >> reporter: throwr is -- flower is a special needs hamster. she has a tumor on her back, you but she is a still a hammy. it doesn't stop them from running on their wheels. >> reporter: this is cher she and her brother sunny were brought to the rescue together, cher still needs a home. if you would like us to share your shelter success story post a picture to the fyi philly facebook page and tell us about where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you. we'll be featuring your stories on the upcoming "shelter me
9:51, happening today a massive moving for nasa, a 66,000-pound space shuttle fuel tank is moving through the streets of los angeles now. the three story high tank is being shipped from marina delray to the science center and exhibition park. it looks like it is beginning to move again. it was stalled for a bit. the 16.5 mill trek will cause several street closures and expected to take 16 to 18 hours to make it to its destination. city and work crews will remove the lines and adjusting streetlights and traffic lights throughout the route. crews learned a lot transporting
the space shuttle endeavor back in 2012. it's very exciting. exiting indeed. back out live it is slowly making its way 16.5-mile journey. 16 to 18 hours. we are told that the utility lines will be going back up as the fuel tank passes by. quite the impressive sight to see in los angeles. a vietnam veteran has been reunited with his purple heart thanks to the kindness of another veteran. the medal fell from the truck as he was moving on thursday. the box was picked up by an army veteran. he served in iraq and afghanistan and pakistan. as soon as i opened up the purple heart box i seen there was a purple heart in there, i opened up the wooden box there was a set of dog tags in there. the lord had his hand in
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it out safely. one person is being treated at the scene. we'll bring you more information as it comes to us and get it at 6abc.com. let's get you caught up on the final check of the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers, you have not been the barrier of good of -- bearer of good news chris. >> reporter: reporting light rain by early afternoon everyone reporting steady to moderate rain. 63 by lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 57. if you're heading to citizens bank park with the phillies there will be light rain hanging on. we'll see what happens there. rain at times for today, 63. but for tomorrow, we're looking at a cloudy day with spotty showers, just a little bit better, temperatures are milder, 68. and then look at the bottom screen here, look at the 80s popping up by the end of the week. seven-day forecast shows wednesday thursday and friday everyday sun and clouds, 82, 85, 83. also you'll feel the humidity for the first time this year.
especially thursday, thursday's 85 could feel like 88 or 89 or 90. toasty. thank you. 9:57 jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back bright and early tomorrow morning 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. a tone award winning play -- tony award winning play based on on a beloved book is hitting philadelphia. we have a sneak peek of the hidden garden. a flier is back on the ice after suffering a stroke. we'll share his story in "healthcheck." for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. we hope you make it a great day
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