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so glad you stayed with us, a get well run will offer support for a septa police officer seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver. thank you for waking up with us, nydia han is off today, sunday morning this reading, the nation is honoring the sacrifice of fallen service members. we are marking the unofficial beginning of summer. about the holiday ends, the rain will arrive. sky6 live hd looking at cape may, new jersey, and the beach. looks to be empty. that will change throughout the day. it is 7:00 a.m., not 6:00 a.m., my chris sowers says enjoy today,
balls the rain is going to -- because the rain is going to move in. >> reporter: that's right, after 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., the showers will move south of the city. yesterday we topped out at 90 degrees, today we're forecasting 86, 87. 70 in allentown. poconos 64. cape may, 64. atlantic city, 66 degrees. satellite and radar, clouds quickly on the increase now, you can see them stretching through central pennsylvania all that will increase and push into our neck of the woods as the day wears on. as you look toward the bottom of the screen. you see the showers pop up south of charleston, west virginia an. today is a good one, we'll have sunshine.
sunny 74. 1:00 p.m., it's warm and humid, 85. 3:00 p.m., 86. 5:00 p.m., 85 degrees. we only manage to reach a high of 86 today that will break the stretch of 90s that we have seen so far. we've had three straight days of 90 degrees or higher in philadelphia. it's technically a heat wave. today we'll break that and come to an end. storm tracker 6 live here's the moisture from the remnants of bonnie off the coast of charleston, south carolina. this moisture moves in. right now it looks harmless enough, they have not seen much wind damage or flooding in the carolinas, but we could have flooding concerns here as we get into tomorrow afternoon. tropical downpours is on the way. the forecast guidance is suggesting 2 to 4 inches of rain in parts of the area.
when i come back we'll focus on that and time it out for you in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thank you for the update. the ocean temperature not 60 degrees but that's not stopping people from taking a dip right there in the jersey shore. generations are squeezing out every bit of fun even as the forecast of rain is on the the way. for so many families that took to the beaches and boardwalks is a right of passage. jeff chirico is spending the weekend there talking to the people we'll hear from them in the next half-hour. many people are marking memorial day in the birth place of freedom in philadelphia. for some people it's a neighborhood affair. here's "action news" reporter, christie ileto. we're having a block party. >> reporter: neighborhoods across the city are kicking off memorial day weekend. how long have you been out here? since 10:00 a.m.
down here we have kosher meat. >> reporter: in feltonville it's a family reunion. it's a neighborhood block party for a large family. >> reporter: how busy have you been? very busy. enjoying this heat stroke weather trying to not to die but enjoying the weather while we can. >> reporter: river rink was packed. everybody has a good time. skating puts everyone on even playing field. >> reporter: and the weekend celebrations were just beginning. if the weather was like yesterday, places like river rink will be packed. reporting from river rink, christie ileto channel 6 "action news." laurel hill was the site of philadelphia's first memorial day observance back in 1868.
civil war general george meade is laid to rest there. "action news" was at the vfw post 1 in wilmington. all across the area parades and ceremonies are honoring those who gave their lives for our freedom. surveillance cameras could help find the shooter who killed a man in southwest philadelphia this morning. the 30-year-old victim was shot multiple times in the head in a van at 52nd and woodland avenue. it was a violent night in the city of trenton. 6 people are in the hospital after two separate shootings first happened before 1:00 a.m. in the 600 block of martin luther king boulevard in that incident four people were hit by gunfire. around 1:30 a.m., trenton police responded to a shooting of two
people at a corner grocery store in the 200 block of spring street. all victims were taken to capital health regional medical center. a rider taking part in the cow town rodeo has died from injuries he received in the accident last night. the bare back rider was trampled during the the event. cow town was contacted they had no comment. torrential rains caused mass flooding in texas. two people died and four missing. that state is not out of the woods just yet. elizabeth hur has the latest. >> reporter: this will be a memorial day weekend of bad memories for so many in texas. flood waters chasing them from their homes. we got what we could and left. watching the water, have nowhere to go. >> reporter: always streets became rivers they dialed 911.
we got ahold of the fire department this morning and they came by at 8:00 a.m. and got us. >> reporter: firefighters went door to door rescuing people from the rising waters. this man was removed on a stretcher. up to 16 inches of rain in 24 hours washing out roads and submerging cars. at least four dead after days of violent storms. in wichita an 11-year-old boy is missing after being swept away after he fell into a creek trying to cross it. this family heading to their son's graduation by boat. i have all his stuff, cap and gown here. >> reporter: in the southeast they are bracing for tropical storm bonnie set to hit south carolina. high winds and high surf have the lifeguards on high alert, the big concern potentially deadly rip tides. it's a little chop, a little rough, but not terrible. i think it will get worse.
i have to be careful of the kids. >> reporter: residents hitting stores to stock up. bonnie will drift north by monday making a damp and dreary holiday for millions. it is 7:08 a.m. racing fans are ready we're hours away from the running of the indianapolis 500. people will pack the brickyard as it's known. you can see they are already trying to get there. the first-ever sellout for the race. there's a slight chance of showers, but the race is scheduled to go on. abc's live coverage of the indi revs up at 11:00 a.m. there's a note to tell you about with the coverage this week. george stephanopoulos airs at 10:00 a.m. not 10:30. this week comes your way after
"action news" at 9:00 a.m. runners hit the street of philadelphia to support a septa police officer in intensive care because of a hit-and-run driver. run 215 organized thent for gary -- the event for gary miller who was hit in a hit enrun incident. the run begins at 2:00 p.m., participants will run four miles rain or shine through the hospital where miller is being treated. he had multiple surgeries, we wish him well. there's more to come on "action news" sunday morning. lightning strike injuries disebs of people over seas overnight. overnight we learned of a hero that helped people caught in the path of one bolt. changes are coming to food labels. we'll tell you the middle age focus and tell you of the changes. nba champ stays alive
on this sunday morning, memorial day weekend, 7:12 your time. sky6 live hd giving you a live look right here. battleship new jersey along the camden waterfront. it's a gorgeous picture out there, but it's going to change. >> reporter: nice morning to do some fishing, catching a striper. do you fish? yeah. i do. >> reporter: striper fishing there, i'll hoe you where the hot spots are. let's get you outside and show you atlantic city. it's a comfortable morning, the dewpoints have come down. it was sticky yesterday, the dewpoints have come down a bit
and it feels fantastic. temperatures in the mid 60s with lower humidity levels. i'm surprised we don't see more folks out there. 67 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 58. pressure reading holding stealed. 30.16 inches. the winds are light out of the south at 3 miles per hour. 66 in martins creek. quakertown 64. pottstown, 64 degrees. new holland 69. saint davids 65. 350 for vineland and gandys beach. smyrna, 63. sea isle city, 65 degrees. everybody is climbing into the mid to upper 80s. today we'll fall short of the 90-degree mark which will put an end to the current heat wave. philadelphia seeing three straight days of 90 degrees or higher. here's satellite and radar, clouds beginning to increase the northern fringes, if you will, of tropical storm bonnie off the
coast of charleston, south carolina. these are the tropical systems you want to see, the ones that produce beneficial rains and no wind damage. that's what's reported here. they have seen rough surf and rip tide, but only 3 to 4 inches of rain throughout a 24 hour period. which has not caused much flooding or much in the way of wind with this. all this will move northward and into the delaware and lehigh valleys to pretty much ruin your memorial day. future tracker 6, increasing clouds, clouds lower and thicken throughout the evening hours. 7:00 p.m. this model has the area rain-free. accuweather suggests there could pop ups around south jersey and delaware and the delaware bay region. regardless it will move in after midnight tonight. 9:00 a.m. it's coming down like cats and dogs across the philadelphia area. the i-95 metro from wilmington
to trenton. when we start seeing maroons and deep roads and the magenta color there, that means rainfall rates are one to two inches an hour. that's a downpour. we're seeing that through the afternoon memorial day. hopefully it clears out by late afternoon and we start the drying process. memorial day itself will be cloudy and damp with the heavy downpours. rain arrives tonight probably in the form of showers early between 7:00 a.m. and -- 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. it transitions to downpours. one to two inches of rain expected, but there could heavier months that could cause flash flooding issues in poor drainage and low-lying areas. this future tracker 6 model has 4 inches of rain when all is
sailed and done. wilmington, 4 1/2. millville, 3.07. a little bit more than 3 dover closing in on 4 inches of rain. if that holds true it will be a good soaking around the delaware and lehigh valleys. humid, but not as hot as yesterday, 86 degrees winds out of the south southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. in the mountains, increasing clouds, humid, 87 degrees, not a bad afternoon at all. tomorrow, downpours likely. 77 degrees the high. jersey shore, it's beautiful down there right now, lots of sunshine early, increasing clouds in the afternoon, 75. downpours and thunderstorms expected tomorrow with the high of 74. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 75 degrees for memorial day in the city with downpours in the first part of the afternoon, that will transition over to leftover showers late in the day, it's a humid day, 85 tuesday, less humid with sun, wednesday,
thursday, friday, all look good, pop-up thunderstorm friday, temperatures return back in the 70s where they should for this time of the year. everything is done today. tomorrow is washout. >> reporter: chris, thank you. ♪ the philly pops put on a memorial day concert at the mann. 2,000 tickets were given way to military members and first responders. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot.
information about a lightning strike that left nine people unconscious in paris. the bolt hit a park in paris where phoenix gathered for a birthday celebration. 11 people most of them children were injured. overnight came word at that an off duty -- that an off duty firefighter saw what happened and rendered first aid. another lightning strike
rattled a soccer game in germany. 35 people hurt and the rest of the had to be revived. a bag of chips or soda bottles will not be broken up in multiple servings, calories are the main focus with text that is larger and bolder. more attention will be paid to the added sugars and items that people need more of will be prior officers and their k-9s posed for pictures at the
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning we continue to watch tropical storm bonnie sitting right here, charleston, south carolina spinning its wheels. the storm has no other place to go but up, balls we have a high pressure -- balls we have -- because we have a high pressure system and everybody upper leved upper level low and the winds blow counter clock wheeze -- clockwise around the low. that means things go up. here's the spaghetti splolts that -- plots that take it to
the north. it will be passing through dover, delaware, which means heavier rains could be expected right here, i-95 east ward is where we are expecting the heaviest rains. the good news, the system stalled yesterday. increasing clouds, dry and humid high of 86. overnight tonight, and into tomorrow, tropical downpours expected. enjoy today. in sports this morning, defending nba champs rally for a a game 7 in the conference title. clay thompson had 41 points overall. warriors have come back from down three games to one in the series. divisive game 7 is monday night, the winner plays cleveland for the nba title.
phillies have been been blown out of the windy city, their series with the cubs wraps up today. >> reporter: the philliess from gone from hot to ice cold. they have lost the worst stretch of the year. nobody in baseball has the losses than jarrett ikoff. solo shot phils have given up four homers. jason hayward to left. david low can't get it. phils fall behind 4-o9th inning looking for a run. freddie gallon villas fly to the right, i got it, i got it, no you don't. galvis drops in the second. two batters later, ryan howard trying to do some damage, another 0-4.
phils drop 6 of 8 and try to avoid getting swept this afternoon. chase utley in the big apple last night. melts fans mad he hurt a player in the playoffs. melts pitcher and the manager ejected in the third. how does utley respond. 6th inning, the dodger second baseman gone. utley has more homers against the mets than any other team. else booed. else booed again he responds with a grand slam. chase utley you are the man. phillies fans love him. l.a. won 9-1. utley is still getting booed this morning. well the union work up yesterday morning in sole possession of first place, if they want to win across east they had to win last night or
draw. watching these games, it's giving everyone a headache. scoreless second half. in colorado, 87 minute, andre blake, union down 1. brian carroll beating jack mcmath, the former union goal goalie. they pick up a point to remain in first. indi 500 sold out. david letterman said his driver graham rayhall is on his top ten list as the number one driver. what's kidding, rayhall starts 26th. if we don't win the 100th running i have every intention of faking my own death. can we run through that real quick? i know a fellow who will remove my fingerprints. i have a post office box on the
we've got everything you need to know about the forecast anne the best time for you to hit the shore. an update on two twin toddlers who tumbled from a second-story window in germantown. thank four waking up with us, nydia han off today, let's go outside with chris sowers for a look at the accuweather forecast. a final good day of the weekend. >> reporter: it feels fantastic. the humidity lowered during the the overnight hours. dewpoints in the 50s, yesterday in the 60s. temperatures in the 60s we're seeing a decent amount of sunshine. perfect morning around the delaware and the lehigh valley. pilots, 65. saint david, 65. center city, 67. agendas beach in vineland, both showing 60 degrees. glassboro, 68. woodbine, 66. sea isle city, 66 degrees. we'll see the clouds increase from south to north as the day wears on this month be the remnants of tropical storm
bonnie, first comes the clouds and the rain and the downpours as we get into memorial day i felt. today is a nice day, 11:00 a.m., we're bright and sunny, 82 degrees with high, thin clouds mixing in the sky. 85 degrees by 1:00 p.m. increasing clouds, 86. at that point we're probably more clouds than sun. 5:00 p.m. we're completely cloudy. 85 degrees. increasing clouds high of 86. that's the call from accuweather. yesterday we hit 90 degrees. friday we hit 90 degrees and thursday we hit 90-degree. so we've seen three straight days where we hit that 90-degree mark. that means officially it is a heat wave in the city of philadelphia. accuweather suggests we could see 32 days of 90-degree-plus heat this summer. 86 in the city. 75 for the jersey shore. once again a sea breeze keeps you cooler down there. sun and clouds, it will be a little sticky.
so not a bad day. yesterday it was gorgeous, it was hot. today looks all right with somewhat lower humidity levels expwa decent amount -- and a decent amount of sun to start. tomorrow, bonnie marchs on through here, heavy rain expected. when i come back in, i'll talk about that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. change is coming. 7:32 sky6 live hd looking live at the beach in cape may, new jersey, you can see what appears to be fog or haze. the sun has disappeared, rain moves into the end of the holiday weekend. jeff chirico caught up with people soaking in the sun and enjoying music at the shore. ♪ >> reporter: forget chicago ocean city was the place to be a frank sinatra tribute concert kicked off the night of fun. outside the music pier families packed the boardwalk to enjoy the familiar sights and sounds
of summer. going on the rides and having fun. my grandparents live downer here, we come down a lot. >> reporter: this your favorite thing to do at the boardwalk. evan of southampton of pennsylvania convinced grandmom to join him on the kiddie ride. it's wonderful it's perfect we love being together and in ocean city and they love going on the rides. >> reporter: earlier in the day, blue skies and milder temperatures lured thousands to the beach. many braved the 59 degrees water just as he has been doing for years. i've been coming here since i was an infant, every year for the last 42. >> reporter: it's fun and togetherness that keeps people come back to ocean city. it's being passed down to jackson on his inaugural visit.
he likes it, i feel bad for him, when he gets orderly, we'll come back. ocean city will hold a memorial day service monday morning at 11:00 a.m., that will be held at the veterans' memorial park. in ocean city, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." new this morning, philadelphia police were on the scene of an overnight accident that sent two people to the hospital. this happened before 4:00 a.m. on the roosevelt boulevard near the fox street exit. the driver lost control and flipped the vehicle on the rooftop. both the driver and passenger were taken to hanheman hospital to be treated. twin 3-year-old girls are recovering after they fell from a window in the germantown section. it was after 12:30 p.m. when the girls tumbled from the second floor of the home on manheim street. the first sister who fell ended
up breaking the fall of the other sister. they fell 20 feet on the pavement. the family said twins are inseparable. mass son is the one that -- madison is one that is hurt and mc mckenzie is already. the father thinks the girls climbed on a window seat and fell through the screen. a judge has ordered the release of documents from trump university in a class action lawsuit. the lawsuit claims that the seminars and classes degree defrauded students of thousands of dollars. democrat frontrunner
hillary clinton coming to new jersey holding a fundraiser in east brunswick on thursday. the primary is june 7. bernie sanders is holding rallies in california and will hold two more events tomorrow in oakland. the california primary is june 7. time 7:36 on this memorial day weekend a new honor salutes beau biden tomorrow in the delaware guard headquarters in new castle will be renamed for him. he roles to the rank of major at the delaware national guard earning the bronze star in iraq. he servelsd as delaware's -- served as delaware's attorney general. 230,000 flags are placed at
arlington national cemetary. the old guard carried out the mission putting the flags in the ground. the tradition flags in dates back to 1948. when you go to each one individually and look at each individual's name what war they served in what medals they earned, even from the basic private to the highest, colonels and generals, it's never the same. there are proven ways to prevent bullying next on "action news." the kimmel center grand organ is celebrating a mile stone there's an entire day for families to have fun while learning all about it. let's take you outside, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over penns landing. what a beautiful shot, right?
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from the first second you hear him, you can't believe it, but caleb, he's got the voice. and he's got the mores. caleb has been singing and demonstratorring he's got the it factor for a long time. , and in the past two weeks he's got the fans, too, three million views since the video was put up on facebook. caleb performing at the new hope bap 'tis church in greens borough, north carolina. how does a kid who was born four years agate this good? we started singing when he was are a baby. i would sing when i would put him to sleep. where do you sing from? my heart. to who? jesus. >> reporter: we know this caleb is anything but shy.
hey, everybody. i'm on abc news. >> reporter: here's the question, he's got the voice, he's got the moves, but does he have the finish? oh, yea, caleb got the finish and he is just getting started. oh, yeah, he's got the finish. cute little kid and a great voice. >> reporter: great personality. the weather is as big ass personality. >> reporter: the weather has a little bit of an attitude. let's get you outside and give you the message. it's not a good message. today is all right, tomorrow is miserable with a lot of the heavy downpours and from start to finish, lots of clouds and low visibility. today good one, lots of sun. yesterday, temperatures in the
90s. tomorrow it all goes down hill. later this evening, 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., showers could move in south to north. the high today 86. allentown, 63. trenton, 67. cape may, 66. these numbers more important numbers represent how much moisture is in the error what it feels like out there. numbers have retreated. dewpoints have dropped into the upper 50s, low 60s. all numbers were in the mid 60s yesterday afternoon. that's why it felt so muggy yesterday afternoon. you get into the mid 60s it's uncomfortable. today the numbers will lift, as well as the day wears on. we start to get the clouds rolling in here, eventually the tropical rain. right now the center of bonnie
is 50 miles per hour southeast of charleston, south carolina. maximum sustained winds are 45 to 50 miles per hour. it's not a wind storm it's producing beneficial rains for the carolinas. heavier rains expected across the i-95 corridor from richmond to new york city. you can see the outer bands working inland across cape hatteras and wilmington. clouds in the afternoon. after 6:00 p.m. that's when showers could start popping up to our south, south of philadelphia. but this particular model keeps us dry through 7:00 p.m. accuweather says allow for a couple of showers. after midnight tonight that's when the heavier downpours start moving on in. they will stin through -- contie through the morning hours into the first participant of the afternoon. -- participant of the part of the afternoon. in the evening hours, all the rain will be off the coast,
clouds thin out a little bit. it wouldn't surprise me if we saw sunshine before sunset. start times for the rain, northwest suburbs 9:00, i-95 metro includes places like wilmington and trenton and philadelphia, between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. start time a little earlier down there, 6:00 p.m. transitioning over to downpours after midnight tonight and that will be the case tomorrow morning in through lunchtime. rainfall totals, the general idea one to two inches of rain with the system. but isolated spots could have heavier spots. more than 3 in trenton and dover. if the numbers are correct. normally the city of philadelphia sees 3 inches of rain for the entire month of may. that models is forecasting that -- that model is forecasting that tomorrow alone.
88 in allentown. millville, 83. cape may, 74. in the poconos, increasing clouds, sticky and warm, 87. you'll see sunshine up there, as well. tomorrow, we'll lower the temperatures ten degrees, 77. jersey shore, increasing clouds, 74 tomorrow. lots of rain tomorrow morning with thunderstorms. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 86 today, 75 for tomorrow. tuesday, everybody is back to work and school and clears out nicely. a cold front sweeps all the humidity out to sea, clouds and sunshine, wednesday and thursday look great. friday an afternoon thunderstorm and high of 76. tomorrow is the rain day. we don't want to talk about the rain, but i know you have to. thanks buddy. 7:46 bullying can happen anywhere to anyone. the biggest concern is when it happens to children. this week's kids health matter,
erin o'hern has more on preventing bullying. >> reporter: bullying used to be dismissed as a right of passage that will help kids to the hard knocks of adult life. the national academy of science recently called it a serious public health problem hurting victims and bullies often into adulthood. i was kind of sad because he was calling me stupid. i was depressed after that. you want to bully back, but you know it's not the right thing. >> reporter: children's hospital saiz bullying -- says bullying is to exert power over others. there are bullying hot spots, but it's just as likely to happen through phone text and e-mail and video games. parents may not be aware that xbox for example or other
games that have chat features can be agreat way to play, but can be used as an opportunity to bully others. >> reporter: parents used to be advised to control kids' pass worth and monitor computer traffic. kids know technology better than we do, as parents. >> reporter: what works is good communication between parents and children be being a good role model and teaching respect, empathy and restraint. set aside five or ten minutes to talk about their days and learn about their friends and school. the opening communication can be vital. cyber bullying kids don't come to parent or teachers. >> reporter: if kids witness an incident, don't watch, report the victim and walk away, report them to the teacher or
7:51 we're taking you live to indianapolis, this is a look at the crowds arriving for the 100th indy race. it's touted as the biggest sports event on earth. it is the first time it was sold out in the race's history. it begins at 11:00 a.m. this morning. 7:51. kimmel center is hosting a full day of free family fun to show off one of the performing arts
most prized possession. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: this is mark the day dedicated to the king of instruments. here we are ten years later, we're proud of the organ. the organ was built in 2001 and made its kimmel center debut five years later. the largest mechanical concert hall organ in the country. it can make strings, bells. >> reporter: the event today will help visitors learn more about it. when you walk in the building there's an organ grinder in the lobby. >> reporter: the jam-packed game will have performances and games and activities that engages
visitors with the organ. we play silent films. we do jazz with the organ. we have work by duke ellington. >> reporter: the pumps show the children the sounds that the organ makes. organs are associated with religious things. the 3-year-old think it is cool. i enjoy that. >> reporter: organ day is saturday june 11 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. visit 6abc loves the arts or visit 6abc.com/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. you scratch my back, i'll
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taking a look at the screen, this is a live picture courtesy of sky6 live hd looking at atlantic city, you can't see the boardwalk because of the fog and haze rolled in there. >> reporter: we have a fog bank. how long will that stick around? >> reporter: not very long, once the temperatures start to climb the fog will lift. not a bad day down the shore, we hold the rain off until later this evening. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 86 degrees in the city, sunshine fading behind increasing clouds it's humid. rain is expected to begin in the form of showers probably after 7:00 p.m. it's pouring after mid flight tonight. tomorrow, downpours early transitioning over to leftover showers, it's humid, 75. rainfall totals by tomorrow afternoon will range between 1 and 2:00 p.m. some areas could see 3 to
4 inches. it's a washout. 7:56 "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. these are some of the stories we're working on on for you. we'll hear from a hiker who survived a 75-foot waterfall in washington state. a man is fighting for his life after being stabbed in philadelphia's kensington section overnight. meteorologist chris sowers will have more in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for nydia han, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
spent more than 30 years in the public schools. we're retired, but we like to stay involved. you think he's going to learn to fly? we're just as busy now as in our teaching days. the same goes for a lot of the retired educators we know. let me see you all flap your wings, like you're penguins learning to fly. teaching is all about building relationships. and that never goes away. because once a teacher, always a teacher. we're ed and miriam,
good morning america, breaking overnight. in the grasps of a gorilla. a terrifying scene. >> mommy's right here. >> a little boy falls in front of this massive 400-pound silverback at the zoo. >> fallen into a gorilla cage. >> officials taking action. >> tough choice and the right choice. >> the little boy with non-life threatening injuries. the new concerns about safety this morning. rising waters, homeowners forced to flee, taking what they can. >> i didn't know it was going to come up this fast. >> record rain sending rivers over their banks swallowing entire neighborhoods. the round the clock rescues while tropical storm bonnie barrels towards the east coast. will your memorial day plans be a washout?