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you, it is 6:00 a.m., saturday, august 6. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." nearly four dozen people are hurt when a metal railing gives way during a concert on the camden waterfront. plus, a kensington man is receiving an outpouring of support from "action news" viewers after learning his wheelchair was stolen. it is a steam bath as we start the weekend, but storms will push the muggy air out of the area. >> reporter: whatwhat happened? we were doing so good. the humidity is back with a vengeance this morning. we have humidity in the 70s and temperatures will skyrocket this afternoon. after a nice stretch of weather,
we had three days where temperatures were in the mid 80s lots of sunshine. today is the complete opposite. with temperatures in the low 90s it will feel closer to 98 or 99. this will add to the misery. these downpours will increase the humidity later this afternoon. this is northern portions of cape may county, dennisville, woodbine tuckahoe reporting a brief, but heavy downpour racing off to the east 10 to 20 miles per hour. over the last few fraiments we - frames we have a couple of more cells developing near the i-95 corridor and around the delaware bay region. it is extremely sticky and hot. temperatures around 91. with the humidity it will feel like 96 or 97. outlying areas maybe 98. be on the look out for a scattered, heavy thunderstorm later on. by 2:00 p.m., it will feel like
96. other forecast models have this number as high as 98. when i come back we'll talk about the heavy thunderstorm potential later this afternoon. >> time 6:02. 42 people were injured, some of them still in the hospital after a scare at a concert in camden. a metal partition gave way sending them to the ground crushing one another at the bb and t pavilion. an "action news" viewer took video as the partition fell. it is clear that the -- whether something structural played a role in this. >> everyone was running towards as fans and stuff would do. everybody was running so fast, everybody was crashing into people, the railing fell and the railing over. >> they decided to rush too
much they fell over, like 15 people, blood gushing it was horrific. >> the concert was canceled 20 minutes after the incident. a driver was hurt when a car plunged off an exit ramble on the pennsylvania turnpike and crashed on to the road below. chopper 6 hd near the mid county interchange plymouth township montgomery county. the driver was flown to jefferson university hospital with non-life threatening injuries. an 18-year-old is dead after a run-in in with place in chicago. body cam video shows the moments leading up to his death. video was released yesterday. it shows officers chasing and shooting him allegedly stole a car. o'neill died of a gunshot injury to his back.
the video shows officers saying they thought o'neill fired at them, no gun was ever found. the police were their policing powers after it was determined that policy was violated. wild race for the white house, donald trump takes his campaign to the new hampshire a day after he finally threw his support behind the most powerful man in the gop. trump's opponent hillary clinton is taking the weekend off. >> reporter: the endorsement drama is over. >> in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house, paul ryan. >> reporter: donald trump created headlines earlier this week when he withheld his endorsement of paul ryan.
meanwhile, hillary clinton is trying to recruit defectors from trump. >> i am trying to understand why people are supporting trump. let's not lose sight of the pain that many americans are feeling because the economy has left them behind. we need to stand up as a county and say that donald trump doesn't rep who we are and what we believe. >> she's really pretty close to unhinged. >> reporter: donald trump lobbing the same accusations he has been facing at clinton. i was the first one to use the word unfit and used it on her,. >> reporter: the latest poll shows hillary clinton up 15 points. clinton critiqued trump for his treatment of the press, it's
worth noting that it's been 45 days since clinton held a preference -- press conference. delaware will reinstate the death penalty. delaware's highest court made the declaration because it allowed judges too much discretion and did not require a unanimous jury decision. there's been an outpouring of support for a kensington man who needs help after getting around and someone stole his wheelchair. bob brooks has more. >> reporter: this is bill dire you can see how hard it is for him to walk around. he fell victim to a freak accident several years ago. >> i was hit by a train.
he relies on his power chair to get around. the chain was cut around 2 weeks ago. sadly someone stole his power chair. >> it was my total independence. all my independence is gone now. >> reporter: the cost? >> five thousand dollars. >> reporter: that's money he doesn't have, now he is trusting with others with money he does have to get things he needs. >> i'm nervous about giving pin numbers out and stuff like that. >> reporter: just a simple task to the corner market takes him several minutes, instead when he had his chair it was a few seconds. >> i have to do what i have to do, i can't starve to death. >> reporter: the average person likely takes walking for grant the that's not a luxury bill has. the plan is to wait for the suspect to have a change of heart. >> you wouldn't want to have this done to your grandmother.
full return it to me, that's my livelihood i would appreciate it. >> reporter: you can see in the video it's so hard for him to get around, he is hopeful someone will come to his aid. reporting in kensington, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> we hope he gets the wheelchair or replacement. next month parts of philadelphia will be banned to car traffic for philly free streets. the idea to shut down a seven mile stretch of streets september 24th making it safer to travel for bicyclists and pedestrians from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. the route goes river to river to south street up along the schuylkill river trail mlk drive and west fairmont park. there's a new high for phillies player we'll tell you how the big hit from cameron rup
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people are dead after a fire ripped through a bar in norm normandy. it is not clear what caused the fire. japan is marking the 71st anniversary of the bombing of hiroshima. 50,000 people attended the ceremony at the peace memorial park. leaders called for a world free of nuclear weapons. they encouraged world leaders to follow president obama's footsteps. he was the first u.s. president to visit hiroshima. chris sowers is helping you to plan your weekend. what's on the menu, chris? >> reporter: lots of humidity, side order of heat, take it
back, we don't want it. there's the view outside. it's sticky and the clouds have moved in. at least it's dry. as we flip it over to the radars, showers and thunder is popping up in the area. on the other side of the delaware river, in new jersey, there's a shower in swedesboro and chester, as well. and east of haddonfield, all this is pushing northeast 20 miles per hour. there's heavier cells down to the south across northern portions of cape may county that will get into ocean city in the next half-hour or so. pushing into atlantic city that's the last of it right there, as it is moving over the delaware bay it is starting to fizzle out. once that pulls through it will go mainly dry into the afternoon
before another round of showers and thunderstorms develop. thethe91, the normal is 86. that doesn't take into account what it will feel like with the humidity. heat indices could range from 98 to 99 degrees. allen town, 73. it feels awful out there this morning as the dewpoints have climbed into the 70s again. the good news it's not an extended period of oppressive humidity like we saw a week or two ago. it's one day and tomorrow it's better. future tracker 6, lunch time, sun and clouds. here's the cold front that knocks humidity down as we head into sunday. because it's hot and oppressively humid that will trigger showers and thunderstorms. 3:30 p.m. west of philadelphia. push into the city by 4:00 p.m. it's racing off to the southeast. by 5:30 millville, vineland,
fortescue, gandys beach and cumberland county. tomorrow, actually it looks good, combination of sun and clouds, lower humidity levels, still hot, though, highs around 89. what to expect this afternoon, it's a combination of sun and clouds, heat indices in the upper 90s. air temperatures 91. broken line of thunderstorms pull through, lightning and downpours are the main concerns with the threat and gusty winds. possibility of small hail it's a small possibility, only 20 or 30% chance. if you're heading north to the lehigh valley and musikfest, partly cloudy and humid. the humidity will drop off the further along we get into the evening. 8:00 p.m., 75, 95:00 p.m., 73. -- 9:00 p.m., 73. temperatures pulling off.
hot and humid, feeling like 98, 99. yoasht -- overnight tonight, less humid, 62. tomorrow, bright and refreshing high around 80. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 91 today feeling like 98 or 99. 89 for tomorrow. feeling like 89. a couple of nice one, monday an tuesday, 86, 88 low humidity. we get into the ladder half of the week, 88 wednesday, 92 thursday, 90 for friday. it goes on and on and on again. >> i like when you have good news for us. thank you so much. 6:16 a very special luau was held in nicetown last night. people put on their best
if you like the heat, chris sowers says you'll like today. banks appear to be on a lending spree, $18 billion in credit card looks and other debt have been issued to consumers in the last 3 months. be sure to sift through the offers carefully and make sure you can handle an increase in debts. there is a serious flaw in the chip credit cards. researchers say thieves can rewrite the code on the magnetic strip that allows thieves to counterfeit it. it make it like a chipless card. time warner is ready to expand it owns hbo and cnn and warner brothers.
the good news we're not seeing too much. this should pull away quickly here, probably in the next half-hour, 40 minutes all this clears the coast and then it's mainly cloudy. sun and humid it's warm, look at the highs on the beach. 86 in beach haven. atlantic city, 88 degrees. winds out of the south southwest there's a strong sea breeze developing later on. 89 in rehoboth beach and bethany beach, 89 degrees. ocean temperatures, mid to upper 70s. the burn index is on the high side and the rip current index is on the low side. >> in sports this morning, the phillies west coast trip is off to a good start. they beat the padres in san diego last night 5-4. rup knocked in four runs. starting pitcher, got the win. top pitching prospect jake
thompson makes his debut. here's ducis rogers from eagles training camp. >> reporter: good morning there's a bug floating around eagles camp, the injury bug, jordon left with a sore knee. ertz is irked that some of the defensive players are going low when tackling in practice. >> you have to be pros, these rickies are coming in -- these rookies are coming in, they don't what it's like. >> protect each other, try not to go low if you can, it's reactionary stuff you can't fault the players if they are trying to make plays. >> reporter: running back ryan matthews and brandon brooks made their first appearance in training camp.
matthews had an ankle injury and brooks said he is happy to get out of here. >> we're talking about what we're seeing and how he sees it on the run game and stuff. looking for the big things from him, everywhere he's been, he's done pretty well. >> reporter: college football in happy valley. penn state training camp has kicked off. james franklin is entering his third season at the school. he is coming off back-to-back, 7-16. >> we're a young team, our roster is somewhat out of whack, but, yeah, i think it's going to be interesting to see where the identity comes out. >> and finally this morning a scene that brings us back to 2001. alan iverson was back on the court last night, granted it was at the liacouras center.
ai hosted a celebrity basketball game. you can see he can still dish it out. the money raised helps various charities including pal. he has advice for the up coming sixers team. one game, every time you step out there on the basketball court you know it's an honor and blessing, you give everything you got. >> good to see him again. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. >> time 6:27 we've got much more coming up right here on "action news" saturday morning, stay with us, we'll be right back. and drawers with many layers, to show exactly what you need.
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whole life, beyond why, maybe it's because i win too much. fbi swarm the home of the union boss john dougherty, but he said he is not worried. plus tracking stormy weather in the delaware and lehigh valleys. good morning to you, meteorologist chris sowers joins us with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris no hot ones. >> reporter: that's not what i am about to say here. let's get you outside and is how the view, it's warm and sticky out there. look at the low level clouds. we're seeing the sun peak through in parts of the area. other locations are picking up decent downpours, we're zoomed into shorepoints, cape may county and atlantic county. look at the heavy rain in sea isle, strathmere and ocean city and margate and atlantic atlant. it's producing downpours north of sea isle and the garden state
parkway, and west of strathmere. it's not been raining all that long, maybe a half-hour worth of time. this is a blangd downpour, if -- blinding downpour, if you're traveling over the next 15, 20 minutes, it's out there. it should clear the coast in the next 15 minutes. it's starting to line up southeast of philadelphia, we'll call it haddonfield swedesboro and western portions of cam and gloucester county. after we get past that, late this morning hours, sun and clouds, later this afternoon, more thunderstorms are possible. the pool forecast looks like, hot and sticky, 91 him feeling like 98 or 99. if you hear thunder head indoors, lightning can strike ten miles away from where the thunderstorm itself sits. 2:00 p.m., 89. 5:00 p.m., 86.
gray. >> new from the overnight, "action news" obtained video the moment the metal railing gave way at a concert in camden. 42 people were hurt. a viewer shared the video that shows rose of people crashing several pete down on top of each other, some on concrete. we are told that snoop dogg and wiz khalifa appeared on temporary stage between the lawn street and covered seats and fans on the lawn rushed toward them. when happened the fence came down. >> they were pushing and the gate broke and i fell 6 or 7 feet. i fell on top of someone, there were four or five people on top of me, it was so hard to breathe, i thought i was dieing. >> people were pushing me, too
and suddenly people started falling off the edge. >> intense and frightening moments in camden. medics rushed in taking the injured to five different hospitals. we posted the video of the incident on our website 6abc.com. this morning, the union boss known as johnny doc is under the fbi's microscope more than a dozen locations including his home were swarmed by agents yesterday. dann cuellar has the details. >> reporter: sources say after years watching quietly behind the scene, federal agents swarmed in on powerful union boss john dougherty and some of his associates at dozens of locations. johnny doc maintains he has not done anything. >> i've been under scrutiny i don't know why. >> reporter: johnny doc stood outside his home as the fbi raided his home and that of his
sister. an army of officers carried box after box from local 98. >> i'm very comfortable with where we are at right now, once we get this ugly scenario by everything will be fine. >> reporter: the probe reached philadelphia city hall. there they raided the office of bobby heenen a long time dorkty protege who helped to get him elected. he took over the construction and trades counsel which has 40,000 members. he has made substantial contributions to a number of politics including mayor -- politicians including mayor jim kenny. he said he knows nothing about the raids. >> i don't have any other information, you could ask the question 20 different ways, i don't have any comment.
>> reporter: "action news" was there as agents removed weapons including rifles from the warehouse of mjkrical in berlin, new jersey. the firm does business with several government agencies, among others. just last week local 98 developed upwards of $80,000 on lavish parties and events for lobbyists at the democratic national convention. george perry talked about the warrants that were served. >> they are not fooling around, they have reason to believe that crimes are being committed. they have reason to believe that the severance they are conducting will produce evidence of the crimes. >> reporter: johnny doc dougherty has come on the feds radar ten years ago and has
never been charged with a crime. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> dougherty is under investigation by the state's attorney general for a brawl that happened in january. the question is did he attack a nonunion contractor outside a repair shop? the man claims dougherty broked nose. we're following the story at 6abc.com, you can check in online for any updates throughout the weekend or on our 6abc news app and "action news" social media outlet. >> the time 6:36 if you're just waking up with us, this morning a gymnastic coach is in jail accused of sexually assaulting one of his students. michael herb who you see here of hatboro is accused of allegedly abusing the girl when she was 8 years old and lasted 3 years. it happened while he was acting
as the girl's caretaker. crews continue to conduct tests on the elevators involved in the accident at the criminal justice center. one elevator went out of control and crashed into the top of the shaft. debris fell on the second elevator, sheriff's deputy paul owens remains in critical condition this morning with a broken back. and court clerk beverlyly -- beverly smith had minor injuries. workers at the trump taj mahal in atlantic city are losing their jobs. that casino will be closing october 10. more than 1,000 workers have been on strike for more than a month. the trial begins monday for state attorney general kathleen kane. last year the montgomery county district attorney's office charged her with purjury and
abuse of power for allegedly lying under oath before a grand jury. the attorney general addressed the ruling while she was in ardmore to announce that 500 child predator suspects have been arrested since 2013. >> my fought is that i live to fight another day, most importantly as we see here today i live to fight another day to do my job for the people who elected me. jury selection is scheduled to begin monday, kane has rejected calls to resign from governor wolf and other lawmakers. appears the ss united states to return the ship to the high seas has been abandoned. crystal crews said it will make a 350,000 donation to the group that owns the ship. 6:38 is your time if you're just
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they had four wheel drive, they stopped by to help them out. >> reporter: it's like being stuck in snow, only you're in shorts. >> it's really dirty. >> reporter: we have a new locations that's seeing rain like that. we'll go over to storm tracker 6 live double scan. we'll show you the latest here. a lot of it is working out to sea. east of woodbine getting into sea isle city it's pouring. north of sea isle city, here's the garden state parkway, there's the road into sea isle city, 37th and landis everything is fine. you head up landis avenue to strathmere it's pouring near the pancake house. we have three quarts -- 3/4 of
an inch of rain. be mindful of this. we have showers in gloucester and camden county, none of that is in the form of thunderstorms, just brief, heavier downpours. all that activity will be out of here in the next 20 minutes to half-hour. it's mainly clouds and sun for the late morning hours. 76 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint up to 72. pressure 29.82 inches it is falling. summer season we've been watching this over the last couple of months. the number of days on average, we should see 24, so far we've seen five. the prediction from accuweather was 32 and we're getting closer and closer. low to mid 70s north and west, mid to upper 70s, south and east. 77 in glassboro. smyrna and dover, 74.
woodbine, 75. sea isle city, 76. future tracker 6 showing later this afternoon, once we get the morning activity out of here, it should be out of here shortly in the next hour or so. it's a combination of sun and clouds the rest of the way. stop the clock around lunchtime not much going on. here comes the cold front that will put an end to the humidity tomorrow, as it does so it will trigger showers 'thunderstorms. in the city by 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. by 5:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m. it's over south jersey and delaware. storms could produce heavy drenching rain and cloud to ground lightning strikes. the heat indices it will feel awful. temperatures around 91. withhumidity, 98 or 99. lots of lightning associated
with the storms. maybe a brief gust of winds maybe small hail there could severe thunderstorms later on, i know a lot of you it's the weekend out and about enjoying the pool or the beach, keep an eye to the sky later on because there could hefty storms. millville, 90. philadelphia, 91. very humid it will feel like the upper 90s out there. allentown, 88 hour by hour, 1:00 p.m. in philadelphia, 88. 3:00 p.m., there's the 90 and there's the high of 91. very humid and afternoon thunderstorms. the poconos this weekend morning showers and thunderstorms heading into the afternoon, clearing later on 80. bright and refreshing tomorrow, 78 degrees. the jersey shore, the thunderstorm threat is late in the day. most of the time today clouds and sun, 88. sunday, sunny and nice and refreshing, high of 86. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 91 today feeling like 98 or 99. 89 for tomorrow feeling like 89.
monday and tuesday 86 and 88. wednesday thursday, and friday, each and everyday the humidity starts to crank up there again, the temperatures climb 88, 92 and 90. >> we would like to reminds you can get the storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. 6:47 a new navel ship has been christened after a special world war ii veteranl -- hershal woody williams.
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>> as you are waking up with us, the time 6:50, 76 degrees, looking at atlantic city you're seeing rain drops on the camera, they are getting showers there. chris sowers says prepare for showers and the heat today. the comics and the pets come to live on the big screen this weekend. tamala edwards has a look at what's at theaters. >> reporter: the comic books come to life at the theaters this weekend, but suicide squad
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back everybody, 6:54, we'll get into the 90s, we're forecasting a number like 97, 98. the modeling has us at 96. with the heat topping out at 91. the temperatures on the beach will be warm, as well, the water is nice and refreshing. you'll get a sea breeze later on. clouds and sun, that will clear, be on the look out for a heavier late-day thunderstorm. ocean city, 87, atlantic city, 88 degrees on the sand that's warm. rehoboth beach and bethany beach topping out at 89. seas 2 to 4 feet. the chop is a little bit rough. ocean temperature, 76, 78. burn index is very high, apply the sunscreen. if you like the look of new england design sheers an outside
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receiving an outpouring of support from axe viewers after learning his -- "action news" viewers after learning his wheelchair was stolen. storms will push into the region, meteorologist is outside with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: it'ssterable out -- it's terrible out here, tuesday, the frontal system swept through, the humidity dropped off a cliff. wednesday was night, thursday was nice, yesterday it was a little warm, this morning it feels like florida. with the high humidity leaves we're seeing the downpours popping up. jersey shore, looks like the heavier cells have cleared there. now we're getting the renegade cells peppered about. we're zoom into camden county, one over gibbs borough and medford and medford lakes and more stuff to the south getting into gloucester county and barns borough