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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m., friday, august 26. i'm tamala edwards here with gray hall, matt o'donnell is off. >> here's what's happening a little girl caught in the crossfire in camden fighting to stay alive this morning while police search for the shooter, we're live with the latest information. >> a harrisburg couple is charged with fraud accused of aiding an undocumented immigrant posing as a high school student to rack up benefits for them themselves. >> we've heat wave number 6. >> as we go to karen rogers and david murphy there will be some people whole complain about the cold. >> reporter: everybody who complains about the weather
today gets a pass i think. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we have dry conditions across the region. but as we go in tight we have brief rain that's pushing in from ambler, eureka and horsham and willow grove 6:15. bryn athyn down the pike. we have heavier showers pushing to the east of the belt away around trenton. -- beltway around trenton. one down south just pop up. we have showers pushing in from millville, south and fortescue, we have one closer to dover air force base pushing toward cape may county. once we get rid of the showers, we'll transition to partly sunny skies and then the story becomes the heat and humidity. 74 in trenton and wilmington, 73 in cape may. dewpoints in the 70s almost
everywhere, it's oppressive humidity this morning and it stays oppressive this afternoon. up close to 90 at noon. 3:00 p.m., 95 with a heat index value feeling like 100. it looks hot over the weekend, although the humidity eases back, i'll have details on that and another look at the tropics coming up. >> reporter: you talk about showers in spots. we're dry on the schuylkill expressway, look live approaching belmont that's westbound traffic moving fine. starting to see building volume, but no major delays on the schuylkill. we have haz/mat situation with the fire department g street in kensington near erie avenue. outside, northbound traffic building volume from turnersville and deptford. no big issues southbound. you'll see southbound traffic build as people head to the shore, it's friday and it's still summer. we have an accident burlington
county, magnolia road past ogontz road. this is an area where we saw the showers pop up out of nowhere, an accident in burlington county. watch for that gray and tam. >> authorities in camden are offering a sizable reward for information leading to the person who shot and critically injured an 8-year-old girl in camden. >> police say the child was caught in the crossfire while she was playing across the street from her home. katherine scott is live at cooper university hospital with the latest on what we know in the investigation. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam and gray, that's right, this little girl was just playing outside her home when she was struck by a stray bullet on wednesday evening. she remains in the hospital in critical condition. there's a 6,000-dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction. >> get well soon. >> reporter: all around camden and beyond overwhelming support for the 8-year-old girl who was
shot in the head wednesday evening. she was right outside her home on south 8ing street around 8 -- 8th street around 8:30 p.m. when she was caught in the crossfire. friends and family gathered outside cooper university hospital in a show of solidarity to stop the violence. >> the leaders that you see here we will remain here, we together form where we are going to change our city. >> police are walking through neighborhoods, handing out flyers searching for someone who knows something. the girl's next-door neighbor ran out after the shots were fired and saw the child's slumped body and calling for those responsibility to step forward. >> it's wrong you need to turn yourself in. >> reporter: police have some leads they have part of the incident caught on camera, but they need more information. live in camden, katherine scott channel 6 "action news."
>> thank you. >> new on "action news," the adoptive parents of a ukrainian man mo posed as a harrisburg high school students is facing fraud charges. they added the man to their public assistance application claim he was their son. he turned out to be a illegal immigrant. he pleaded guilty to having sexual contact with a minor. police say the couple took $13,000 worthy of medical assistance and free food even though they knew his true identity. a would-be robber with a knife was not match for a cane carrying shop other than. brenner -- shop owner, brenner ordered a drink and refused to pay.
she demanded money holding a steak knife. she was arrested an charged with robbery. a man held up the republic bank branch on frankford avenue. he gave the material note demanding money, he was able to getaway with cash. he is considered to be armed and dangerous. there's a reward for tips leading to his arrest. this man, 18-year-old eric word is facing a number of charges after police say they found videos on his phone showing him having sex with a 14-year-old girl. word is a bensalem high school student. police say he borrowed another teen's phone and downloaded private images of her. when officers investigated the allegations they discovered pictures and videos of him having sex with two girls one of whom was 14. >> the makers of the epipen is trying to climb out of a public
relations disaster after they hiked the price 500%. maribel aber is live at the nasdaq in time square. >> the man behind the 5,000 price hike for the drug is defending them for raising the price. he went on to blame insurance companies for not cover the cost of the drug. he made headlines last year when she hiked medication from $13 to $750. waiting for a speech from fed chief janet yellen. along with the speech verdicts are watching for a report on gdp. vw will pay cash to dealers for diesel vehicles that can't be fixed. vw said it's to competent
dealers for the loss of value to their franchise. that's the latest from business news, have a great weekend. >> are we going to have a great weekend? >> reporter: it all depends, it's going to be a summer weekend, but buildings into the weekend it's going to be a hot one. we have bits and pieces of precipitation falling a part in montgomery county and eastern chester county. there's a couple of blips of precip in trenton they are pushing away and one in vineland. we have cloudy skies and breaks happening over the commodor barry bridge. we are looking at overall a partly sunny day once we get finished with spotty showers in the morning. as promised here the guys down in fortescue and millville and cumberland county and another one crossing the delaware bay that might make it in toward sea isle in another hour if it can
hold together. if you're in leesburg or port elizabeth or bellplain between now and 6:30, you can expect a brief hit of rain that will take five minutes to get past you, maybe ten. 76 degrees in philadelphia. 73 in allentown. 74 in trenton right now and in wilmington. 73 in cape may. the dewpoints very high. it is very humid out there, you will feel it as you get outside and walk around. once we get through the morning, thicker cloud cover we'll transition to partly sunny skies. in the lehigh valley, 91 degrees, partly sunny hot and humid feeling like the upper 90s. down the shore, not much of a sea breeze, warm and muggy down by the ocean, as well. ocean temperature, 74. at least you can get in the water and get relief that way. 95 degrees is the high in philadelphia today partly sunny, hot and humid it will feel like around 100 or maybe better than
that for a time this afternoon and not much of a breeze. tonight if you're heading out on the town, 91 degrees by 7:00 a.m., wow, by 8:00 a.m., a little relief. 87. 85 by 9:00 a.m. 11:00 p.m., holding on to 8 or but the humidity -- to 80, but the humidity will subside later in the evening. overnight tonight, clearing skies, the humidity will be in the process of dropping overnight. tomorrow for the weekend high pressure in control, saturday and sunday, low 90s not as humid. we're keeping our eyes on the topicses -- tropics, this area of low pressure may or may not become hermine. this area may be cover by heavy rain from southern florida through key west and cuba. the tracks are all over the place. we'll keep an eye on that, it may or may not be a damaging wind producing storm.
no matter whams it will produce rain and the trend takes it farther south. 83 in the poconos, today a spotty thunderstorm. better over the weekend, muggy at the shore today, highs in the upper 80s in spots. no sea breeze to speak of, better on saturday and sunday, a nice weekend at the beach. philadelphia, 95 today, oppressive, not as bad, high of 91 in the city, saturday and sunday, not as humid. monday, tuesday, and wednesday, unfortunately, the humidity builds back and each day could get a spotty thunderstorm late in the day. we're hoping the humidity and the pattern breaks by thursday. >> thank you david. 6:11, ryan lochte isn't out of hot water just yet. authorities in brazil filed charges against the olympic swimmer. >> it's a bird, it's a plane, it's domino's pizza. they are testing deliver right to your doorstep.
>> reporter: i don't know, this is 422 eastbound traffic right here, just a little bit of volume as we look live at trooper. we have word of an accident on the schuylkill expressway and another one on the pennsylvania turnpike, i'll get the latest details and head to the big board and be right back with that. >> a pleasant good morning to
you, happy friday by the way, 6:15 your time, 76 degrees out there, sky6 live hd giving you this lovely shot of the clouds and the sun peeking through the clouds, pretty, right? will the forecast be pretty, meteorologist david murphy will let you know in just a bit. >> karen rogers has the traffic, that doesn't look too bad. >> reporter: we have an accident coming in, you're looking at the light volume thinking it's not too bad. schuylkill expressway westbound at south street we have police on the scene, two vehicles involved with the accident mostly off to the side, westbound the schuylkill expressway at south street an accident on the shoulder watch for that as you're driving by. overall we have seen not too bad volume on the schuylkill expressway. now with the accident maybe slowing things down. here's another new accident coming into us, this one blocking a lane on the turnpike westbound approaching the northeast extension you can see ahead of that you're traveling
32 miles per hour. westbound on the turnpike near the northeast extension a slow go with an accident and one lane blocked. vine street expressway, building volume eastbound and westbound. westbound heading toward the schuylkill expressway often starting to jam up. you can see slowing as you exit off for the schuylkill expressway. no toad bad for the vine. storm tracker 6 live double scan we have a few issues, we have a beautiful shot with the sunshine mixing with the clouds. in other spots we have rain coming down. we put up the box to show you what's happening in millville. not any lightning associated with this and fortescue, as well you have showers heading thwart port elizabeth and cumberland at 6:23. we're seeing showers here that's near trenton we watched it push toward the east, a little heavier near 130. this is traveling along 206 we're seeing that as well, norristown, lansdale and malvern
and media, light showers out there currently, gray. >> thank you for the update. of time 6:17 we're following breaking news this morning from overseas, it's been a deadly day for police officers in turkey. 11 turkish policemen were killed and 78 others injured after an explosion at a police checkpoint. video showing black smoke rising from the mangled truck. the blast comes two days after turkish tanks entered northern syria to help clear isis from a border town. there's no claim of responsibility for the attack. >> more devastation another earthquake has struck central italy. experts are giving it a preliminary magnitude of 4.7. it happened near one of the towns hardest hit by wednesday's powerful predawn quake.
the number of dead 250 with hundreds in the hospital recovering. it is not clear how many people are missing. so far scientists have counted more than 500 aftershocks. >> police in brazil have charged olympic swimmer ryan lochte with filing a false police report. else under fire for a story that turned out to be a lie at first saying he and other swimmers were pulled over by taxi by bandits and robbed by gun point on the way back to the olympic villainage. lochte later apologized saying he exag rated parts of the story. in today's tech bytes, apple is testing sharing app that could out next year.
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land at st. joe's and cabrini university, west chester university, university of the sciences and immaculata university. funny how time flies, someone tweeted me and dave muir. you can't believe how fast it's going. >> reporter: temple university, good for you, andrew. >> reporter: i bet your wife is temporariy eyed. >> reporter: this is eastbound at grays ferry, a truck moved out of the way, we have a disabled van there, penndot on the scene, blocking the right lane. this adding to the other problem schuylkill expressway westbound at south street. mass transit everything is looking good, septa regional rail on the interim schedule no major delays. >> reporter: a few bits and pieces of rain on the big board.
we have a cluster that pushed to the east of trenton. there's light rain pushing north of philadelphia. looks like northeast philadelphia and areas around mount airy and chestnut hill might pick up a little bit of that, that's light. and slightly heavier cells in cumberland county, new jersey. as we go through the day, the big story of the day is the heat and humidity building and it's a typo on this and i forgot to correct it. we'll build from the 70s up to 935. the human will -- humidity willo bad it will feel like 100. the air quality not great, if you're in a risk category, heart and lung sufferers, limit your outdoor exposure. >> the phillies play the mets no new york they will take to the field without carlos ruiz, he spent his entire 11 years
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virginia is getting national attention of taking extra care for a baby. this is the trooper washing up the child back at the station. officers found the infant sitting in his own filth during an arrest. trooper watch over the baby until child protective services showed up. >> new this morning, a spokane, washington neighborhood has a in any case problem as two pythons keep escaping from his home. the burmese pythons have slithered out of the home three times this summer. they can push a window screen
out until they escaped. neighbors say we're afraid and fed up with it. police have given the pet owner ten days to fix the problem. >> you don't want the snake. >> he is not getting invited to the block party this year. david murphy is tracking the heat and humidity, this afternoon it could feel as hot as 100 degrees. >> they trusted her to help around the house, now she and the accomplice are in jail charged with the brutal attack on the people who hired the woman.
something is turning it brown. here we go again, the summer heat is getting ready to build back in. 6:30, friday, august 26. matt o'donnell is off, gray hall is joining us. let's find out about the heat and humidity with david murphy and karen rogers has the traffic. >> reporter: there's light drizzle on the terrace, despite the fact i'm looking at blue skies over there. storm tracker 6 live double scan, most of the area is dry, every now and then you see a blip of green. there is some stuff pushing into philadelphia. very light and quick and not here for long. a couple of cells by dover and cape may, new jersey. satellite shows up the cloud cover will thin out a little bit once we get rid of the shower activity. overall we'll have partly sunny skies, the big story is the heat and humidity. 73 in allentown. 74 in trenton and wilmington. 7 # in cape may. the dewpoints jumped into the 70s. in fact, philadelphia the
dewpoint has increased in the last half-hour or so, to 72. anything over 70 is oppressive, especially once the sun gets up over the horizon you will feel the stickies. 1:00, 85. it will feel like 100 because of the high humidity. by dinnertime in the low 90s. we're looking at an ease down of the humidity, over the weekend, but it will be hot. >> reporter: the latest on the tropics, what have you got there? >> reporter: penndot is moving around, i want to show you this accident scene you can see the car that's smashed in, we have two police officers on the scene, looks like up ahead there's another vehicle involved you see the traffic jam it's all happening on i-95 northbound approaching the girard point bridge, look at how slowly everybody is traveling right now. you can see what happened you're
coming up and have to get over on the left lane, because we have the lane blocked as well as short with the accident scene there's a guy checking out the damage of that car. looks like banged up. there's another vehicle up ahead that we saw. i-95 northbound approaching the girard point bridge. things are busier we had an earlier accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound near south street that cleared. we have another accident causing problems here, this one in new jersey, 295 northbound at 168 at the black horse pike. now you can see the accident scene. we've got it blocking the right lane be looks like traffic is being blocked on the ramp, as well. look at the backup on 295 northbound. as you try to head northbound on 295 at 168 an area that's busy anyway and now we have an accident with the right lane and at times the ramp blocked, as well. hopping back into p-a,
approaching the northeast extension 33 miles per hour, expect westbound delays on the turnpike because of the accident tam. >> thank you karen. a community said someone saw something or knows something about the crossfire that shot a little bit girl in the head. they are doing all they can to up the chances that person will step up and say something. katherine scott is live outside cooper university hospital where the little girl is facing a tough fight. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, that's right, this little girl is in critical condition at the hospital as the search continues for the suspect. there's a 6,000-dollar reward for information and arrest and conviction. >> know that you have a support team. >> reporter: from the friends and family that gathered outside cooper university hospital last evening to the neighborhood children. >> get well soon. >> reporter: there's an outpouring of support for the
8-year-old girl who was shot in the head outside her camden home on south 8th street caught in the crossfire. police are wack walking through neighborhoods looking for tips hang out flyers. a next-door neighbor ran out after the shots were fired and saw the injured child she is hoping for justice. >> i just hope they catch him. it's wrong, you all need to turn yourself in. >> reporter: police say they have surveillance footage of part of the incident, but they have not released it at this point, they say they need more information from the public. we're live in camden, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> everyone hoping for an arrest and recovery of the young child. this morning, a couple is being charged in a brutal home-invasion robbery in chester. police say richard johnson andea
79-year-old man's home. they demanded the combination to the safe. the victim's daughter was beaten when she came home and discovered the crime. >> i was highly shocked and surprised. things like that never happen in this neighborhood. >> this morning the daughter is in critical, but stable condition. police say howarth may have been a housekeeper for the purpose of the home. a repaving project hit a road block when a water main broke overnight. this is new video haverford avenue was closed for construction, they are making repairs. crews are working through the night in the juniata section to clean up a hazardous chemical, 5,000-gallon tank spilled. the chemical can be dangerous if temperatures exceed 100 degrees.
firefighters evacuated the buildings ascertain waited for the substance to cool before securing it. nobody was hurt. residents of new jersey are demanding answers about their tap water they say it has turned brown. 100 of them packed the township meeting. officials say the water is not harmful, they say it's just has ironed dislodged from the town's aging cast iron pipes. residents were told to run the water until the cleared, some say it takes a long time. >> i can tell you i flushed my line over three hours when it happened last week, and it was still brown, three hours. >> township leaders say they want to fix the problem, because they, too, sometimes have the brown water, but it may take years to replace miles and miles of pipes. >> happening today vice president joe biden comes to wilmington to talk about one of
his favorite causes rail service. he will be at the city's railroad station to announce a 2 billion-dollar contract to build the next generation of high speed rail cars. he rode amtrak from wilmington to washington and back again every weekday during his 36 years in congress. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast. hot again today. >> reporter: and more humid. >> thanks, david. happy friday. >> reporter: that's my gift to you, storm tracker 6 live double scan right now we're mainly dry across the region, in a moment we'll go in closer on some of the isolated showers we have out there. take a look outside, we have sky6 live hd, despite the fact that some of us are getting slightly wet others are seeing nice sunshine breaking out, that includes areas down the shore. taking a look at light sprinkles and showers coming through philadelphia, and willow grove and doylestown.
all this is light and moving through quickly as you can see, maybe you get a few rain drops on your shoulder or the windshield on the way in. there's a slightly heavier downpour reeds beach pushing into cape may county and cumberland county or reeds beach or sea isle before you see that. all this stuff is quick hitting and gone before too much longer. big story the temperature. 76 degrees and the dewpoint 72 that's indication of oppressive humidity. you will feel the stickies as you head outside, especially once the sun gets up over the horizon. winds out of the southwest at 9 miles per hour. satellite and radar shows you once we get rid of the showers, clouds thin out and we winds up with sun and clouds. the big story is the heat and humidity continuing to build. 74 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 85 by 10:00 a.m., already uncomfortable and close to 90 by noon, high of 95 degrees by 3:00 p.m. it will feel like closer to 100
in many urban centerlines this afternoon. , so, a -- urban centers this afternoon. so a hot sticky one up ahead. down the shore, upper 80s. lack of rip currents today, swim near the lifeguards and bring cool drinks to the beach because tbib humid on the beach -- it will be humid on the beach and not much of a sea breeze. over the weekend, low 90s and not always humid. look for better conditions on the weekend, although it will be on the hot side, obviously. we're continuing to watch the area of low pressure that might still develop into tropical storm hermine down west of the bahamas. if it becomes a tropical storm we'll add damaging winds into play. the spaghetti plot models are all over the place.
this is a wider dispersion we had 24 hours ago. most of the spots are shifting to the south, looks like cuba and key west would be in line for it coming through. weekend call for the poconos, humid, spotty thunderstorm mainly dry. better over over the weekend, low humidity, very sticky on the beach. cool drinks a good idea, lower temperatures on saturday and sunday, lower humidity and nice weekend at the beach, really. in philadelphia, 895 is the high, 100 is your heat index, that's what it it will feel like today. definitely a day to take it easy out there. less humid for the weekend, 91 saturday and sunday, still a weekend for cool drinks certainly. if you're going to the union match saturday night, it won't be oppressive as today. the humidity builds back in monday, tuesday, wednesday, spotty thunderstorms, thursday
we're hoping the pattern breaks. >> 6:41. prayers are going out to a catholic community in the south, two nuns have been found dead in their homes. there's new clue in the search for their killer. >> a brave police officer risks his life to save another. see the daring rescue up next. >> reporter: friday morning in the summer, i think you're going to have a an easy ride, not today, look at this traffic jam. i'll take you live to the accident scene causing this delay when "action news" comes right back.
>> welcome back, isn't that beautiful? taking a live look of the sunrise as it's going on in the delaware and lehigh valleys. 6:45 a.m., the best way to watch it is this way with air-conditioning, because it doesn't feel so beautiful out there. 6:45, 76 degrees. karen rogers has traffic. not too many worries. >> reporter: we have one worry, i-95 northbound approaching the girard point bridge, penndot zooming around to give us many views of the accident scene. we have police on the scene, i-95 northbound approaching the girard point bridge, so there's police. we had the vehicle right here and tow truck was getting ready to pull it away, looks like they have done that and they are out there sweeping up the debris right now. this is i-95 northbound tow truck on the scene. looks like there's a fuel spill there, can you see what they are doing. i thought they were sweeping it
up, but they are putting the is an out there on top of the fuel spill. a fuel spill with the accident scene. they have the lane blocked i-95 northbound, going in tighter, i don't know why i like to watch the guys sweep the floor. they are doing so much, you sweep at home, they are sweeping i-95. while they are doing that, traffic is backing up. they have the car on the tow truck, they put the sand down on the fuel spill and now they are literally trying to sweep off i-95 so they can reopen the lane. in the meantime, look what it is doing to traffic. quu see how backed up it is on i-95 northbound, you're jammed from island avenue to the girard point bridge they have the right lane blocked the guys have to sweep he is trying to move it out there. 295 northbound at the black horse in new jersey, 168. this is the back up on 295 northbound you have the right lane blocked. they need be blowing the ramp,
as well. you can see how the traffic is not moving at the moment. the right lane is blocked, the ramp blocked that's causing big problems. storm tracker 6 live double scan we've been showing you pretty shots with sunshine, also a couple of spots with rainier jackson mills and lake -- with rain near jackson villas and lakewood. 6:47. new information about the apparent murders of new catholic insurance in rural mississippi. a police officer found their bodies of sister paula merely and sister margaret. there's no official cause of death this morning, but members of the community say police tell them the women were stabbed likely during a break-in. police have recovered a car missing from the home and towed it into crime lab for analysis.
a brave police officer's body camera recorded heroic rescue efforts at the scene of a fiery crash. officer dan whitney pulled up to the crash, he races toward the accident. he finds a passenger screaming for help. he bent the door frame back far enough to pull the man to safety, the danger wasn't over. what you heard there was the officer rescued the passenger something exploded under the car's hood knocking him down, but he and the man were able to move off and getaway. the driver was killed when the suv hit the tree. police say the passenger would have suffered the same fate if not for officer whitney's incredible action.
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"good morning america." >> it is friday, let's check in with ginger zee and he see what they have coming up for us. >> good morning, tam and gray, the race for the white house, hillary clinton and donald trump accusing each other of bigotry. kelly anne conway will be with us live. a man is in custody after driving a truck into a southwest airline plane jumping the perimeter fence on the tarmac
and outrunning the security and stealing and ramming the truck into a boarding flight leaving crew members and others injured. that story ahead. it is friday, so we have jason aldean rocking the party in the park. that's coming up next on "g.m.a." >> let's get another look at weather and traffic. >> reporter: we've been busy with traffic. i want to show you the problem on pennsylvania turnpike. disabled truck blocking right lane 18 miles per hour. delays on the thorndale line with septa regional rails, dave. >> reporter: on the big board, karen, mostly dry, we are tracking light sprinkles and showers that are falling a part over philadelphia. there's heavier shower or two in cape may county. and one in ocean county getting out of the way. we are warm in slatington and in
south jersey, 74. low to mid 70s up and down the state of delaware. as we roll through the next 1 hours it will be a hot one, especially in the afternoon. 78 by 8:00 a.m. you got errand to get done, grabbing for apples or oranges, you might wanted to it in the morning it will not be as bad. the high today, 95 degrees by 3:00 p.m. it will feel like 100 this afternoon, very, very soupy. when we come back we'll have the top stories.
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rallying around an 8-year-old girl shot in the crossfire of a general public battle. she is clinging to life as police search for the gunman. the reward has grown to $6,000 for information leading to an arrest. >> reporter: let's go outside and check out the accident scene, i-95 northbound approaching the girard point bridge. penndot has a tight shot of this, the right lane is blocked, although you can't see it traffic is jammed northbound on i-95. >> a couple of light sprinkles and showers around, dry most of the way, the big story is the high heat and humidity. 3:00 p.m., 95. feeling like 100. cool drinks, ac breaks and the
good morning, america. breaking overnight. major security breach at an airport. >> apparently, somebody jumped in a truck on the runway out there. >> a man jumps a fence, fleeing police, steals a struck and then crashing it into a plane. the investigation how this could happen. fighting words. donald trump and hillary clinton trade blows, accusing each other of racism as trump wavers on immigration again. and hillary attacks the man running his campaign. trump's campaign manager joins us live. murder mystery in mississippi. two beloved nuns found dead. killed in their home. no suspect or motive. now a massive manhunt underway the community on edge. race against time. the hero police officer rushing to the scene to pull a passenger from a burning car. breaking glass, yanking h