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>> good morning it is 6:00 a.m. monday, august 1 i'm tamala edwards here with nydia han, matt o'donnell is off. >> breaking overnight, two people are shot in the montgomery county apartment building we're live with the latest. >> more changes with septa regional riders including new trains and ticket procedures.
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>> steamy and stormy, it did not do much to cool things off. david murphy is tracking more storms. >> reporter: we'll tell you what it feels like when you step outside, we have david murphy on the terrace and matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: it's not too bad, but if your working out you'll need to hydrate because it's humid this morning. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows thunderstorms in one corner of the neighborhood, southern ocean county and southern burlington county, most of at least are inching toward the coast. they are slow movers and have drenching downpours. satellite shows you cloud cover around, it will be basically cloudy with sunny breaks today warm and muggy, the development of more showers and thunderstorms are possible especially in the afternoon and evening. in fact there's a flood watch through this evening, in the northern suburbs. now, storms could pop anywhere, but the northern suburbs are a concern because of the 4 to
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6 inches of rain you got over the last couple of days saturating the ground making the run off a flooding possibility today. 77 in wilmington. 72 in allentown. 75 in cape may. everybody is really feel humid a lot of dewpoints in the 70s. that means oppressive humidity. if the sun pops out you'll really feel it. 75 degrees by 8:00 a.m. we'll stay in the 70s through noon. 3:00 p.m., 83. the temperature keeps climbing we'll get a lie -- high of 86. drenching showers and thunderstorms the possibility this afternoon and evening. matt pellman i'll more, what's going on on the roadways. >> reporter: after the dnc convention all the ramps are back in business on i-95.
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of course the weight restrictions of commercial vehicles along i-95 have been lifted. so the police checkpoints are gone, all lanes reopened. same is true as you come east on the vine toward i-95. heading westbound we're seeing heavy volume approaching the schuylkill expressway heading toward 30th street station. overnight construction closures of the vine street expressway resume tonight. we've enjoyed a week and a half with the overnight closures. fire cruise are on the scene -- crews at nash avenue. there was a fire at skippack pike at luken road. overnight construction on the northeast extension long gone, but you may see extra traffic on 476 as people come back from race weekend in the poconos. >> this is breaking overnight, gunshots ringing out in a
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montgomery county apartment overnight leaving two people hurt. police are sifting through the evidence trying to figure out exactly what happened. we're going over to "action news" reporter, annie mccormick in ambler near the 100 block of forest avenue. annie we know about these two people just breaking for one of them this is a deadly shooting. >> reporter: that's according to a family member who arrived on the scene a short time ago. this is in fact a homicide investigation one of the victims is dead. that person is related to her. you can see behind me it's still an active scene. the forensic team has been out here for a couple of hours. an officer is standing there guarding the door. take a look at the video. this is video from the scene. earlier hours ago, police confirmed to "action news" that a double shooting took place around midnight inside an apartment in the 100 block of
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forest avenue at the forest garden apartments. now, when investigators arrived they focused on a second floor apartment. they have been there ever since. since the shooting occurred they have remained on the scene anticipate roped off the entire complex. appears the shooting was isolated to one building. a family member tells us, the homicide victim is janice trunk. her sister spoke to us said she got a phone call from a friend around 2:00 a.m. >> she called me everyday. we spoke everyday, a million times a day. she was a good sister. and she was my last living relative, if anybody knows anything, please, please, let me know, let the police know. >> reporter: right here you're looking at a picture that kimberly gave to us, a picture where she suppose posed with her sister. she said her sister live here for ten years with her son and
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single mom. she is around 54 years old. it's not clear who the other victim is in this or their condition because detectives from the montgomery county district attorney's office handling the case is not releasing any information. it's not clear if police are looking for a person who is suspected in the shooting or the other conditions of the person in this. all this information about that one homicide victim janice trunk is from a family member on scene. she tells us she was interviewed by police a while ago. 40 minutes ago police removed a station wagon they had a tow truck that they took away. it's not clear if that's part of the investigation. police were there as that vehicle was towed away. back to you. >> tragic developments thank you. police say they know who stabbed a man to death in the point breeze section of the city, but they have arrested the
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murderer. police were called to the 2300 block of garrett street where a man in his 50s was stabbed multiple times. he died a short time later at presbyterian hospital. fun anything about the murder police want to hear from you. it took 100 firefighters to get a lumber fire under control in south jersey. fierce flames ripped through the lumber county in gloucester county yesterday afternoon. tankers were called in to pull water from a nearby lake. brandon's grandfather started the business in 1945. it is owned by his dad and his uncle. >> i still need to process it, it will get better, hopefully. >> reporter: the store was closed and nobody was inside when the fire started. 6:07. more changes for regional riders. beginning today, septa
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passengers will not be allowed to buy tickets on board the train during several hours. passengers riding between 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. have to show their passes before they board the train between temple, suburban street and 30th street station. a number of new trains will be added to the schedule. >> during to business news, a streaming services and some of your online purchases will cost more in pennsylvania starting today. maribel aber is live at the nasdaq this will impact a lot of us. >> reporter: we told you about the increase in the cigarette tax, in addition digital downloads will be taxed at 6% that includes netflix it includes music and video games and ebooks and apps. do you losing ground, nasdaq higher and futures are
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pointing to a higher open. that's the latest in biz news back to you. >> time to go over to david murphy. a day that's a bit unsettled. >> reporter: yeah, warm and humid out there. storm tracker 6 live is showing you we're trying to get the thunderstorm to exit the coast. there's clusters of precipitation here, one is getting off the coast north of surf city. that other stuff producing lots of lightning up near seaside heights doesn't seem to get through you guys up there. there's the second trailing system in chads worth and speedwell. they are going to be slow-moving drenchers that could produce isolated street flooding and running high water on creeks and streams. as we look outside we have clouds over the ben franklin bridge. it's warm and muggy, too. 75 in philadelphia. 72 in allentown. 77 in wilmington.
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73 in trenton. 75 degrees everybody with really high humidity, too, oppressive humidity building as we go through the day. future tracker 6 shows you as we go between now and up until noon we're basically dry, but by lunchtime there's a chance of additional showers and thunderstorms developing. the latest model run wants this to be mainly down the shore, although certainly as we go through the day it could pop up everywhere. notice not everyone is seeing precipitation, but where you get it could be heavy in the warm and humid air mass and with the slow-moving storms it could produce isolated flooding. 7:00 we're seeing bit and pieces of this around. by 11 it's dieing down a little bit. areas north of philadelphia, bucks, montgomery all the way through the lehigh valley and reading are in a flood watch straight through this evening, because of the all of the rain that you had in those areas over
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the last couple of days and how saturated the ground is. up in the lehigh valley, warm and humid, drenching thunderstorm is possible, maybe something warm in the evening, high of 85. at the shore, there's a chance of spotty shower or thunderstorm. you want to take cover from that if you hit, other than, 80 degrees, warm and humid, clouds and sun. warm and humid in philadelphia, too, sunny breaks in the clouds, a spotty drenching thunderstorm possible high of 86. overnight tonight, still muggy, more storms up into the evening hours and probably drying out overnight, 70 is the overnight low. and then tomorrow, future tracker 6 shows you much less rain still a fair amount of clouds and sunny breaks and the dewpoints which are up in the 70s today dipping back down into the mid 60s tomorrow. so things get better. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're going for a high of 86 today, spotty, but drenching thunderstorm possible in the afternoon and evening. tomorrow, partly sunny, mainly dry, 84 partly sunny and nice on
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wednesday, 84 there. seasonable warm on thursday, 86. heat and humidity build back in on friday. nighttime thunderstorms possible. as aas a saturday, warm, muggy, 89 degrees, sunday, 87 degrees. >> tragedy in texas we're learning about the domed balloon ride and what happened during the moments twenty down. zika virus warnings in florida. we'll tell about the travel warning there. >> reporter: we have people coming back from the shore. already it's looking busy on 42 northbound people are tapping their brakes heading toward 295. we'll check 422 after the break. >> i phone vii orders we'll
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action cam is live on the 5700 block of keystone street in the tacony section of philadelphia where a man has been shot to death. you can see the police on the scene. the man was pronounced at the scene. the victim was shot once and collapsed.
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police are looking for a suspect who fled the seen. so far they do not have a motive yet. the action cam on keystone street in tacony section of philadelphia where a man was shot to death. >> let's go over to matt pellman for the morning commute. >> reporter: first morning commute of august. we have a few snags, 422 you see a couple of cars tapping their brakes, but no delays heading toward king of prussia. we expect delays later today because of westbound construction 422 in the pottstown area. a lane will be blocked starting at 7:00 a.m. on the westbound side of 422. in lower providence we got word of a crash of a vehicle that hit a deer unfortunately at audubon road. fire crews have left the scene in the upper upper moreland useh
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avenue in the neighborhood. the new construction zone starts with the new workweek and the new months. oxford will be closed 9:00 to 3 through november. foggy road to pine streets are the at alton nolen -- alternates. darby township calcon hook road is closing for water main replacement. sharon after the alternate there. federal investigators from three agencies are on the scene of a deadly hot air balloon crash in central texas. the balloon likely hit high voltage power lines and crashed. ntsb will look at factors including reports of foggy
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weather. skip nicole was federally certified to fly hot air balloons. president obama will address the annual convention of the disabled american veterans organization, he is expected to tell them getting the healthcare and benefits they earned is a promise that can't be broken. he'll tout progress on reducing homelessness among veterans. >> miss teen u.s. comes under scrutiny on social media right after getting the crown. apple official i phone 7 announcement will be on september 7 it will be released on the 16. there's no official word from apple. instagram will allow users to filter posts or shut off
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figure out why it got stuck. probably good to first thing -- figure it out. >> reporter: we have no stuck drivers at broad and pattison. if you're heading to the navy yard, the ride looks fine. we're seeing delays on the septa regional rails. only the warminster line there's 20 minute delays on all trains because of the signal problems. there's a new train added to the mix starting at 6:58. the trenton line has a new train at 67:35 a.m. in the human air mass they have showers and thunderstorms producing denching downpours -- drenching downpours along coastal ocean county. chadsworth and speedwell are
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getting hit by these. there's ponding and puddling on roads. 74 degrees by 7:00 a.m. most of us dry and looking at clouds and sunny breaks. in the 70s until noon. drenching showers and thunderstorms are possible anywhere, if they hit in the northern suburbs you're in a flood watch because there is that saturated ground from the four to 6 inches of rain you had. this afternoon high 86 around 5:00 p.m. it's warm and humid when it it's not raining. england is warning pregnant woman to delay traveling to florida increasing the risk from low to medium advising pregnant women to postpone travel until after they have given birth. marko rubio said he has a tourism dependentent -- dependent state and as more and
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more european countries take action it could affect them. >> annie mccormick is affecting breaking news in the borough of ambler. annie. >> reporter: tamala, that's right, we have details on a double shooting in ambler, a family member said a family member was killed and we'll have a live report.
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breaking now on "action news," two people are found shot inside a montgomery county apartment, just coming in, this is a deadly scene. a live report in minutes. a driver dodges a bullet coming at him from another car. the manhunt continues for a road rage shooter. severe weather wallops the mid atlantic and there could be more storms heading our way today. good morning, 6:30, august 1, matt o'donnell is off, nydia han is joining us. let's find out about the weather and matt pellman is in for karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, guys, we have overcast conditions, storm tracker 6 live double scan
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watching the heavy showers and thunderstorms pushing through burlington county and off the coast of ocean county. these are slow movers and putting down a lot of time rain and sitting over one area for a while. as we look at the wide view there's the possibility of additional showers and drenching thunderstorms especially in the afternoon and evening. there's a flood watch today through the this evening, in the northern suburbs, now the reason that the northern suburbs are of particular concern you had 4 to 6 inches of rain over the past couple of days. if you get a drencher in these counties the runoff is quick and pronounced. 73 in trenton. 77 in wilmington. mid 70s down the shore. dewpoints are high up in the 70s that means oppressive humidity. look for it to be sticky today and warm. we'll stay in the 70s during the morning. noon, 78. in the afternoon into the 80s and high of 86 late this
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afternoon say about 5:00 p.m. during the afternoon and evening look out for spotty and drenching thunderstorms that could produce isolated flooding in areas where areas they happen to hit. when i step inside things get better in the seven-day forecast, matt, i'll have details on that coming up. >> reporter: i won't be washing the car this morning. i was going to ask you about that, we'll wait until later in the week. good morning everybody we're watching a crash along the schuylkill expressway eastbound side past gulph mills involves that suv and the dump truck. it's off to the side. some people have been tapping their brakes heading toward the blue route slowing down to see what's going on like that guy right there. overall it's not causing a huge delay at this point as you come out of king of prussia and head toward conshohocken on the eastbound side of the schuylkill expressway. speaking about now seeing huge delays, check out i-95 at cottman we're tapping the brakes, the delay is not too bad. we'll see summertime volume this week we can enjoy without the
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police checkpoints around center city and southwest philadelphia that we had with the dnc last week. we had a crash involving a deer unfortunately in lower prove dins along paulings road. they got everything cleared out of the way. a couple of spots where you may see extra volume, southbound northeast extension with people coming back from the race weekend in the poconos and 42 northbound people coming back from the shore. >> we're continue to go follow breaking news, the quiet community of ambler is swarming with police investigate a double shooting overnight. let's go over to annie mccormick gathering the latest for us in montgomery where we found out this is a deadly event. george, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tam, police are not releasing any information, but a family member of one of the victims has confirmed to "action news" that their loved one was killed.
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we know one person that is dead in the double shooting that happened overnight in ambler. behind you can see it's an active scene the forensic unit remains out here, they have been out here for several hours. there was a police officer standing guard in front of the apartment moments ago, they are walking in and out of the apartment complex. this is video from a short time ago where police towed a vehicle there that was parked on the street in front of the apartment complex where the shooting took place. now, this is video from the scene overnight, we'll get to it in a moment. police told "action news" overnight that a double shooting took place inside the apartment on the 100 block of forest avenue. when the investigators arrived they focused on the second floor apartment in the complex. since the shooting occur they have remained on the scene and roped off the entire complex with police tape. appears the shooting was isolated to one building. a family member tells us 54-year-old janice trunk is the
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victim that is deceased. her sister kimberly spoke to us saying she got a phone call from a friend. >> we spoke every day, a million times a day. she was a good sister and she was my last living relative, if anybody knows anything, please, please, let me know, let the police know. >> reporter: and this is the picture that you are looking at right now that kimberly gave to us that she took with her sister, the victim killed in the double shooting. she tells us her sister lived here ten years with her son and is a single mom. back out here live we're waiting to hear any information from the montgomery county district attorney's office. there are detectives handling the case because it is a homicide. we do not know the identity of the second person shot or their condition. that family member said she does not know either. she is waiting to hear details
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from police, as well. reporting live from ambler, and e annie mccormick back to you. >> a wilmington shooting victim is in critical condition. police say the bullet actually bounced off his skull. the 24-year-old man was walking to his front door on the 400 block of west 12rd street before 11:00 p.m. he heard two gunshots and realize -8d he was -- he was hin the head. a driver is accused of firing at another driver in northeast philadelphia. katherine scott is where it happened at nights and woodhaven roads. >> reporter: police believe this was a case of road rage. the fire opening fire near this busy intersection, one person got away, that person was not injured. >> car shot out there. >> reporter: gunfire in northeast philadelphia before 7:15 p.m.
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police say a driver of a black cadillac fired one shot into the silver honda near knights and woodhaven road. the victim drove down woodhaven road and got on to i-95 and called 911. multiple agencies responded including state police, you can see them examining the car. this is the latest of several road rage incidents in several months. miss arrested this man for shooting into a car on the blue route. a gunman fired into a car on the glij causing the -- girard point bridge, causing the victim's tire to blow out. the suspect has gotten away. so far police have not announced any arrests. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> 6:37 republican donald trump is campaigning in the harrisburg area this eveniing wrecked fails questions about his criticism about a fallen soldier's family.
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trump slammed khan's wife for staying silent during the democratic national convention last week. their son a muslim u.s. army captain was killed by a suicide bomber in iraq. she said grief kept her from speaking last week, but not any more. >> [inaudible]. >> returning for president is not an entitlement. the disrespect for goal star family and mother, shame on him. >> trump has since sent out a statement calling their son a hero, but maintaining his right to respond to khan's attack. on the campaign trail hillary clinton condemned the controversy suggesting the comments hit a new low. she is due in nebraska later today. a central pennsylvania woman is among two people dead from severe flooding in maryland. take a look he ellicott city in
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maryland. a woman was rescued and pulled to safety. she is incredibly lucky and the people who jumped in to help her are lucky, with the. >> i used to work in baltimore, ellicott city is a beautiful little town. part of it is in a gully and there's water around there. never walk or drive through flooded areas. we may have an issue like that today, especially in the northern suburbs. we're tracking drenching showers and thunderstorms in this humid air mass. looks like the one by seaside heights is getting off the coast, but the others keep blooming and slowing down, you get caught underneath one of these it takes a while to pass over and definitely street flooding possible.
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this is what we'll be looking for elsewhere across the region. as we look outside we have cloudy skies over the shore. that rain north of this location that we're looking at in atlantic city. it is muggy across the region this morning and warm. 75 degrees currently in philadelphia. there's the dewpoint up in the 70-degree range that's oppressive humidity out there. you will feel it as you start moving around. winds northeast at 8 miles per hour, staying warm and humid today. future tracker 6 picking up the rain story there could additional showers, the latest model run has it down south. i think we have to allow for it anywhere. 4:00 p.m. it looks like it could be up near philadelphia, northern suburbs wouldn't be out of the question. later in the early evening hours, it's not raining everywhere at at once, but where it's -- it is you're looking at a drenching downpour. we have a flood watch in trenton
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and bucks county because of the rain you've had it could produce quick run off. we'll stay in the 70s through the morning and up in lunchtime and spend the afternoon in the 80s. the high is 86 we'll wait until 5:00 p.m. to get there. spotty and drenching showers and thunderstorms possible during the afternoon and evening. 86 is the high in philadelphia animal wilmington. looks like low 80s in allentown and reading. 82 in trenton. 87 in millville. down the shore, milled -- mid 80s. 83s and 84 in the immediate vicinity maybe warm in rehoboth beach. tomorrow, not as bad, clouds and sun, just a few showers around, it will be not quite as humid as today. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 86 degrees, humid, drenching thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening, of course we have the current batch over by the coast partly sunny
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tomorrow not as humid. it will be a little sticky not as dry high of 84. wednesday looks like a nice day, 84 degrees partly sunny. thursday, seasonable warm 86 not bad. looks like we'll get the phillies game in as they head out of town again. friday, hot and humid, 90 degrees. warmth and humid on saturday, 89. looks like sunday is dry. >> confusion leads to chaos when police come under fire at a home that they responded to by mistake. new this morning, flying debris at a demolition derby sends a packed crowd ducking for cover. >> reporter: traffic is not flying along the schuylkill expressway at lincoln drive anne kelly drive. we have a problem at lincoln drive. we'll tell you when "action news" continues on this monday morning.
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>> 6:45 time to see what the traffic looks like. >> reporter: you know, july was not so good to us on the roads and especially on the rails, so we're hoping for better things in august, already flies in the ointment on the first morning of august. on the schuylkill expressway there was a crash in the eastbound direction beyond the gulph mills interchange involving a dump truck it was sitting here, it's sitting here no longer. it was slowing from gulph mills to the curve. but at least that dissents is gone. slower on the westbound side 10 miles per hour between the boulevard and glad win. we had a vehicle fire in lincoln
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drive in west mount airy. i'm getting word they have extinguished that fire. it sounds like things are returning to normal there. delays on i-95 southbound by cottman, 34 miles per hour, but no more police checkpoints southbound between girds and the vine and northbound near the platt bridge. all the restrictions have cleared out which will help us out a lot. there's a broken down vehicle i-95 near broad street that's off to the side. work continues on the walnut lane bridge we have another month of that. adams avenue bridge that's going through mid september. no word of a crash montgomery township horsham roads at if he is owe if he run. a meblghts -- metal rod
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goes flying into a stands at a demolition derby in utah. the truck timid over at drive shaft wednesday into the -- the truck overturned and the drive shaft went into the crowd injuring three people. new jersey attorney general is trying to get a handle on a bizaar case where the new jersey troopers showed up at the house following a 911 call to the wrong location in deerfield township. when they shined a light into the home, he fired a shotgun fearing they were intruders. one trooper fired back 4 rounds hitting sykes. one trooper suffered a graze wound. state tax has gone up 2.60 per pack for cigarettes today.
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govenor of maryland declaring a state of emergency. two people were killed. we're live on the scene this morning in all that destruction. ahead donald trump sparking a firestorm taking on a father of a fallen u.s. soldier who spoke at the democratic national convention. trump is firing back. plus the investigation into the worst hot air balloon crash in history. 16 people were killed as the hot air balloon fell from the sky. what we are learning about the people and the newlywed couple on board. will smith, taking over time square. you don't want to miss them. it's a good show coming up next on "g.m.a." the movie has gotten so much buzz we'll see what they have to say. we're seeing extra traffic
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on 42 northbound saturday if you don't with a to deal with the sunday night traffic you have to deal with the monday morning traffic instead. on the regional rails 20 minutes delays on the warminster line trains, but at least we have a couple of new trains this week one on the warminster line and one on the trenton line. >> reporter: warm and humid today, matt, on the big board we're in the 70s 80 saturdays in the afternoon. during the afternoon there's a better chance of pop up drenching showers and thunderstorms. if you have plans to get to the market or do errands, the morning might be better for you, temperatures woafnlt -- won't be at bad and less chance of rain. on the big board no major delays as evidenced by the green aircraft on the big board. we don't have any signs of precipitation in our big travel detion -- destinations. >> truck rollover in new jersey left a sticky mess on 295. a driver carrying watermelons lost control on the curve.
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and they need to stick to it. stories, one person is dead after a double shooting in ambler, montgomery county. police were called to the forest
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garden apartments around midnight. a family member tells "action news" one of the victims is 54-year-old janice trunk. there's no word on the second victim or what led to the gunfire. police are looking for a person in a violent act of road wage. one bullet struck a honda. the person in the honda was not hurt. septa passengers will not be allowed to buy tickets on board train between 3:00 p.m. and 6:30. you have to buy passes and tickets on the flat form area. >> reporter: no big delays on i-95. just a little crowding southbound by girard, david. >> reporter: all right, matt, we're looking at a warm, muggy one in the 70s this morning and 80s this afternoon. in the afternoon in particular there's a chance of a drenching shower or thunderstorm that could produce flooding, the special concern is not northern
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suburbs where a flood watch is in effect because of the 4 to 6 inches. anything that dumps downpours is going to run over the roads into the creeks. >> for matt pellman, david murphy, nydia han, i'm tamala edwards. have a good monday. it's a pretty simple question: is pat toomey's agenda your agenda? toomey voted seven times to defund planned parenthood. he even tried to shut down the federal government in order to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. and toomey's against a woman's right to choose
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good morning, america. state of emergency. >> oh, my god. >> deadly flash floods pound the east. half a foot of rain in just two hours sweep as way cars. at least two people killed. 120 water rescues. people link hands to form a human chain saving this driver. now the east on alert for more dangerous flooding. new trouble for donald trump. the gop nominee in an escalating war of words with a muslim family of a fallen u.s. soldier who told the nation trump does not know real sacrifice. >> how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country. >> i think i have made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs. >> the candidate facing outrage from both parties and what he told george about president putin that is unleashing a new firestorm. the search for answers after 16 people are

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