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investigators say they got the call just past 11 o'clock this morning. they quickly arrived at this home on the 2100 block of kumry road in milford township to find a two-year-old boy had been shot. the toddler was quickly taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. the crime section commander for pennsylvania state police troop m says his office investigate a lot of grisly scenes but nothing really prepares you for cases like these. >> it's extremely d the trooper scene had a two-year-old and so something like this is that much mover difficult. >> reporter: investigators say at this point it seems the toddler accidentally shot himself. state police are not trying to answer the questions of automatically surfaced questions including how did a two-year-old gain access to a loaded gun. and that's the very question that neighbors here in this rural section of bucks county are asking as well. >> loaded guns, they got to keep them locked up. children watch tv, you know,
and they figure it's a play gun or whatever and it happens. >> we're not, you know, in the roughest area of philadelphia and even then, you should not have a gun at your bedside or anywhere that a child could get but this area definitely not. >> reporter: well, no word at this hour where the toddler's mother lives but we're told she has been notified. we're also told that the father has been questioned but so far no charges have been filed. reporting live from milford township bucks county, walter perez channel6 "action news." sharrie. >> walter, thank you. one of our region's biggest employers is moving its headquarters to the banks of the schuylkill river. air mark just revealed plans to relocate from east market street up the way to an industrial building on the riverfront at 2400 market street. the move is set to happen in 2018. and this is what it will look like. nine stories with five newly
constructed floors. "action news"'s sarah bloomquist will have new details on aramark's plans in a live report at 5 o'clock isn't septa is dealing with another setback on its regional rail line today. the agency says it's pulling cars off the rails again because of a new problem inspectors just discovered. john rawlins is live with details and refraction from frustrated riders. this is something of a two step forward one step back kind of story. the maker of the silver liner five cars a south korean firm thought it had an intermediate fix for the problems that was ailing the new fleet. it looked good on paper we're told but a real world inspection on saturday showed otherwise. >> it's not an immediate big safety issue but it's nothing -- it's not a desirable situation. >> reporter: septa's ceo talking about this latest setback, trouble with its fix for its grounded silver liner five cars at a plant in bucks county they have been working
for weeks on a new improved equalizer beam assembled with something called a pinned foot but announced today the steel pins were showing inspected wear after just 10 days of use. on the left an unused pin, on the right one that had been worn apparently after rubbing against the trains' existing truck assembly frame. >> the truck frame was also getting rubbing on it which is, you know, you don't wander to damage another component and create more trouble for yourself. >> reporter: hyundai rotem is working on a modification but septa has to ground the 14 cars it had put back in service beginning late last month. not good news for riders. >> i don't really have anything against it but i can't wait for it to like go back to normal. >> reporter: the hope is this setback will only cost the system days. the hope is to be able to modify the existing pin foot system. the goal septa says is to fix it quickly but to make sure it's done right. >> it's a tough situation 'cause everything has to be done quickly but everything
has to be done carefully and you -- we go back and we check everything. >> reporter: well, the septa ceo says the hope is that hyundai will be able to make the modified fix and have it in place by the end of the week. as far as their process is concerned the goal for septa is to get back to a normal regional rail schedule by early october. live in center city, john rawlins channel6 "action news." brian. >> all right, john, thank you. we've got some breaking news to get to here now at 4 o'clock. we're taking you to the scene here where a two-car crash along the blue route in radnor township in delaware county. as you can see it's a bit of a mess. this vehicle here is actually off the main road and into the brush area near the guardrail there. this all happening just about 30 minutes ago. >> it is near the county line road overpass. the southbound side of the blue route, there are injuries reported as a result of this accident. you can see a tow truck pulling away from the scene right now but moments ago it appeared that they were about to pull that car off the
median and rehe move it from that. obviously a person has -- we believe been transported at this point and you can see at least one lane is shut down there on the blue route right now and there is quite a significant backup piling up as we speak. and as we approach the evening rush. we're going to keep our eyes closely on this situation. we do not yet know what caused this but we'll bring you any new details on this as "action news" continues. alicia. >> we start with hillary clinton who we know now is battling pneumonia. the democratic nominee canceled her campaign stops in california today and she is resting at home in new york. clinton was seen stumbling nearly collapsing needing help after she left the 9/11 memorial in new york city yesterday. her aides say she was overheated and dehydrated. an hour later she emerged from her daughter chelsea's apartment. >> how are you feeling secretary clinton? >> i don't know what's going
on. i'm -- like you i just see what i see. the coughing fit was a week ago. i just hope she gets well and gets back on the trail and we'll be seeing her at the debate. >> meanwhile donald trump's concern for clinton's health didn't stop him from releaseing a new ad today called deplorable in pennsylvania and several other battleground states. it show cases comments clinton made about trump supporters saying that half of them fit into what she says is "a basket of deplorables." now, as for his health, trump says he had a physical last week and that he will release his detailed information when he gets the results. trump by the way will campaign in delaware county tomorrow. president barack obama will be in philadelphia to stump for clinton. he'll speak tomorrow at eakins oval. brian and sharrie. >> alicia, thanks very much. tell you what, it is an absolutely beautiful day outside. >> it is. let see it for ourselves. meteorologist adam joseph is that standing out in that nice
day on a monday. hi, adam. >> you can see it, i can feel it. >> lucky you. >> feels really nice especially after what we went through late last week into the beginning of the weekend. so relief is here. look at the numbers in philadelphia, thursday, friday, saturday, 95 degrees, close to 15 degrees above normal. the normal last thursday, friday was 81. now it's down to 80 and we're getting closer to that number. yesterday 85 and today so far 83 degrees. it's just 75 in new york city, 71 in binghamton, 75 in buffalo. it's really enjoyable to be out here with full sunshine and not break a sweat finally. as we look at satellite and radar, high pressure is in control and you can see it is voiding much of the area of cloud cover and of course the precipitation. that has all been pushed south of south carolina. so, as we look at that full accuweather forecast, we'll chat about a crisp and cool night ahead. temperatures start to climb the ladder as we get into the day tomorrow and then 90's
will be back by wednesday, sharrie. we'll talk about how high those numbers are going to go again and just how long that summer feel is going to return coming up in full accuweather forecast. >> all right, we'll be standing by for your full forecast adam. thank you. well, the eagles they got back to work today after their season opener win against the cleveland browns. quarterback carson wentz is the talk of the town after his impressive performance in his pro debut. jaime apody live in the "action news" sports center and jamie we heard from coach doug pederson today about the team's shall we call it a hot start for sure. >> it could have been a disaster starting a rookie quarterback with very little preseason experience who nine days ago was third stringer with broken ribs. carson wentz's debut and doug pederson's too left many hopeful for this season. [cheers and applause] >> wentz makes the snap, he steps up, firing into the end zone. caught.
touchdown, touchdown. the first nfl touchdown pass for carson wentz. what a sport. >> wentz was 22 for 37, 227 yards, two touchdowns. eagles beat the browns 29-10. pederson said after watching the game film he was just as impressed with wentz as he was in person. here's what he wants his star pupil to understand the day after. >> my message to carson obviously enjoy it. you know, this business is short lived. you get a chance to watch the film and make the corrections and we're right on to the next opponent. for him to have that kind of poise in the pocket for his first start and really only having about four series the entire training camp, you just -- you just can't teach that. >> at the end of the day we want that's all you dream, you want to win. that was the goal today and we he came out and got a great team win and yeah, i think it will hit me now after the game, you know, i've been dreaming about this since i was a kid. but again it's just the first of many and it's on to next
week. >> now remember the browns were not a very good football team we know that and this week the eagles prepare for monday night football in chicago and they may not have a very big weapon. i will tell you about that next hour. live in the "action news" sports center channel6 "action news". brian and sharrie. >> it was an exciting start. it is time for a first check of the "action news" traffic report. >> let's go thrive matt pelman in the traffic center. >> big problems cropping up brian and sharrie. it's a crash on the blue route 476 southbound side here approaching villanova. this is between the schuylkill and route 30 the villanova exit. you can see the accident pretty serious in nature take out the left lane. traffic squeezing by on the right side but doesn't matter it's still really slow coming down from ridge pike conshohocken norristown through this point approaching villanova. the northbound travel time is actually a little bit heavier. that's because for awhile they had the left lane blocked here northbound approaching the schuylkill with the emergency crews.
all the northbound lanes are now opened but it's jammed in both directions. might want to think about using 320 or 252 instead of the the blue route this afternoon. a crash on the route one media bypass northbound past 252 passing the old granite run mall. a wreck earlier this afternoon on 422 westbound side at sanatoga. just 6 miles per hour passing that scene. i think i'd use seven outwore to get around that. on the vine street expressway extra heavy eastbound across town this afternoon because of an earlier disabled vehicle on 95 and northbound. disabled truck at the end of the ramp from the ben franklin parkway to the westbound side and going into delaware there was a truck fire here at the base of the delaware memorial bridge. all off to the side now but traffic is jammed solid approaching the bridge again delaware bound. let's grab the ipad do the commuter report. a truck hit a school bus along red lion road by lums pond state park. we'll continue following that and all the other situations
brian and sharrie in the next half hour. >> all right, matt, see you then. thank you. still ahead here today a fire at a florida mosque and police say it was set on purpose. hear how this one is connected to the massacre at the pulse nightclub in orlando. >> plus huge flames rip through a local auto body shop. the owner who lost everything and the customers who woke up to the news that their cars were scorched. >> and the new season of "dancing with the stars" tonight. we go behind the scenes in the ballroom as this year's celebrities get ready for their first dances. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. >> ♪ >> a south jersey business and some of its customers are dealing with the aftermath of a raging fire. the flames tore through the roof of michael's auto body on route 73 in cinnaminson at 6 o'clock this morning. part of the building was destroyed along with four cars that were in that shop.
customers were sad to learn the rest of the business has heavy smoke and water damage. >> they're good people. i've had them work -- work done by them twice. excellent people. it's a shame. >> now, investigators are still working to figure out the cause of the fire. no one was hurt here. >> an early morning arson at a florida mosque is being investigated as a possible hate crime. police believe this surveillance video shows a man running away after he deliberately set fire to the islamic send for fort pierce. that's the mosque attended by orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen before his rampage. given that information plus it's the beginning of a muslim holiday authorities are concerned. the mosque has extensive fire damage. aerial spraying against mosquitos began today in broward county florida. that area has 100 cases of travel related zika virus. officials are using a chemical considered less toxic than the
controversial pesticide used in miami. now government scientists say they are almost out of money to fight zika but federal funding is up for consideration in a spending bill that's being negotiated in washington. >> here at the big board and tonight a brand new season of "dancing with the stars" and 13 new celebrities getting ready for their very first dance. here's a peak at how they're prepping for tonight's premiere. >> ♪ south philadelphia's amber rose one of 13 celebrities ready for tonight's kickoff competition of the season and to say she's confident is an understatement. >> intimidating, no. [laughter] max is a really good teacher so he makes it -- he makes it easy to learn. >> some are starting from scratch like former child star jake t. larson and marilou henner who says it's harder and more intimidating that and
expected. >> i've had some experience dancing certainly no balance room or partnering at all. >> i've had zero experience dancing. i've been doing this for exactly one week and i'm loving it. >> former rap are turned contractor vanilla ice says he used to have moves. >> i have to clean the rust off of them. see if i still got it. >> tonight is the real test and the stars tell me like us, this is also their first chance to check out the competition. >> we haven't seen how anybody dances yet so we don't know. >> and for many of the celebs, just getting a shot to vy for the mirrorball trophy in the first place is a checked item off the list. >> i've been a fan. they were another going to let me do it or there was going to be a restraining order. >> he they let her do it. you can watch the premiere of season 23 of "dancing with the stars" tonight at 8:00 right here on 6abc. i'm a fan girl, too. >> yeah, it's always full of drama before the season is over with so should be good. >> governor rick perry sitting
next to vanilla ice is my favorite mental image of the show. thank you alicia. this is the point in the newscast when we would ordinarily see adam joseph inside the studio. >> no, not today. he's just hanging out outside and rubbing it in. >> i'm no fool. it's real tool bad you two are tied to the desk. >> physically literally tied. >> i know. >> it's true. >> i'd invite you out here but sorry. party is all to myself. as we take a look at that sunshine and those very pleasant temperatures, i'm going to enjoy it as much as i can. 83 degrees right now in philadelphia. 80 in reading, 81 in allentown, 80 in trenton. sea breeze into parts of burlington county, ocean county as well as atlantic county and southern salem county, temperatures there only in the low and mid 70's and those dewpoints which have been in the 70's for the majority of summer season even last saturday when it was extremely oppressive in the 70's is now in the mid 40's which means very dry
comfortable air and along with that dry air you can't get hardly a cloud to form. there's a few in southern parts of cape may county. because of that sea breeze going into effect but overall everyone enjoying quite a spectacular start to the school and work week. 53 tonight in the lehigh valley, clear, calm, fall feeling everywhere, 57 lancaster 60 in wilmington, 56 in millville and speaking of fall, we'll let you know what's coming ahead and just how far ahead. 10 days away, that's when the autumnal equinox arrivals on the calendar, the first day of fall, 49 days away halloween and if you haven't been countering election day just 57 days away november. as we look at the day planner as we get into tuesday, summer warmer, a-86 degrees. so temperatures will be warming a bit more than today but we're going to still have that low humidity so just a few clouds in the afternoon. tropical storm ian developed this afternoon. winds sustained 40 miles per hour.
we won't be talking much about ian because with its northwesterly trek, it will stay east of bermuda and then curve out to sea in the north atlantic so not affecting any land mass and expected to stay only as tropical storm strength. as we look at the four day at 4:00 forecast, tomorrow 86 degrees, again sunny, a bit warmer than today, back above average but still feeling pretty nice with low humidity. and then near record heat again on wednesday. the record is 92 set back in 1995. we should top off around 91 but a strong cold front comes through, no rain but it's bright beautiful find it. thursday just 80 degrees and wall to wall sunshine on friday, sunny and gorgeous just like today with a temperature of 82. we'll let you know if that fall feeling continues through the upcoming weekend and we'll have to duke it out as it gets towards the summer season we'll let you guys know when i come back inside i have to for the next half hour. >> you have to. >> promise.
>> i have to come in. >> did you mean in adam. thank you. >> a family in our area says their special needs student that's getting skipped over by his school bus. coming up at 4:30 wait until you hear what the district suggested his mom come and pick him up. >> a nasty crash ties up traffic for hours on one of the area's busiest roads. we have details on the cleanup. >> and you've ever wanted to own your own business we'll show you where you can pick up a free diner, yes, for free in big talkers. and remember "action news" is all about interaction with you. follow us on social media for the latest headlines accuweather and breaking news and to communicate with us on facebook we're 6abc "action news." on twitter we're @6abc. join us and be a part of "action news." >> ♪
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a cherry picker overturned and spilled fuel onto the highway. it was hours before crews were able to tow the wreck away and get traffic moving again. from the air you can see the massive backups that this crash caused right in the middle of the morning commute. fortunately, though, no one was hurt. >> philadelphia is marking a milestone in also efforts to bring visitors to town. officials from visit philadelphia the city's tourism and promotion agency celebrated 20 years in existence today. merrill levitz the group's president and ceo spoke about the many ways tourism has helped the city boom in recent years. she also talked about new ways to draw even more visitors in years to come. a welcome sight here after the red arrows that defined last friday. green across-the-board. the dow surging today 240 points. the nasdaq on the rise just about 86 points tax the s & p 500 also up 31 and a quarter points. >> bouncing back today. next on "action "action newt 4 o'clock school bus problems
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news" continues with the details surrounding a child porn arrest and why the suspect initially had police banging on his neighbor's door. >> plus, a stabbing in bucks county leaves one man dead and a woman hospitalized with severe injuries. we've got the latest as police try to figure out just what happened. >> and ahead in big talkers, you could own a diner without spending a dime. this restaurant, the barstools and the booths included. it is up for grabs in the poconos. find out why the current owners are giving it away for free. >> but first here at 4:30 bus problems are plaguing some parents in philadelphia and impacting students at more than 20's schools. this afternoon the school district is blaming those issues on one company in particular. "action news" reporter chad pradelli live in olney this afternoon where one family is really fed up with this situation. chad. >> reporter: yeah, brian, the philadelphia school district says it's having serious problems with one of its outside busing vendors its a vendor that deals with
students with special needs and for the family who lives here behind me, it was a long first week of school. >> carolyn and ted waters and their grandson brandon coleman waited and waited. the school bus never came. not wednesday, not thursday and not friday. even more troubling, the junior at frankford high school is severely mentally challenged. >> what's the school telling you? >> there's no bus available, the route has been canceled, the driver quit. >> reporter: ted waters says he's getting the run around. what makes him even angrier after taking his grandson to school last bethesda the school allegedly told him brandon would be bussed home. but two hours after school ended, waters got a call. >> got a phone call from the school around 5 o'clock, come get him. you drop him off you got to get him. we're not responsible for getting him home. >> reporter: waters doesn't have a car. the school told him brandon would be dropped off at the 15th police district. that didn't happen.
the family ended up filing a missing persons report when they couldn't find brandon. 7:30 that a that night a bus pulled up with brandon. >> the school board never once called me back and said we found a bus to bring him home. >> reporter: the school district released a statement to "action news" that reads in part "this one bus vendor which we are currently assessing penalties for has fallen short on 25 bus routes affecting performance to about 23 schools. this situation is unacceptable for parents, children and the school district of philadelphia. "and the school district tells me it is working to remedy the situation. as for vertebra and done coleman the family tells me he was picked up this morning al he bee it a and hour and a half late and he arrived here back home about 10 minutes ago. i'm live in olney, chad pradelli channel6 "action news." >> all right, chad, thank you. a deadly stabbing in falls township appears to be the result of a domestic dispute. police responded to a home on foster drive around 4:30 this morning.
they found 59-year-old david matthias the third dead from a stab wound to the neck. his former girlfriend was severely injured and bleeding outside other street. she was able to tell police some of what happened. >> the male entered the house, some kind of altercation then ensued. from her statement, she did inflict injuries on him. we're unsure of the manner of those injuries and then fled the house. >> well, police say the woman and matthias lived there together at that home until they recently broke up and matthias moved out. the woman they tell us remains hospitalized this afternoon. investigators are working to determine if she will face any charges. >> a camden county man is accused of using his neighbor's wifi to download child pornography. investigators have arrested 55-year-old louis lasalle of clementon. they say he had 33,000 images and 700 videos on a laptop computer.
now investigators initially searched the house next door on woodmill drive but quickly determined those homeowners were not involved. lasalle allegedly used their wifi signal which was not password protected. he's being held on $150,000 bail. a man has been spotted taking pictures of unsuspecting women in dressing rooms at a target in ocean county. brick township police released these surveillance image of their guy hoping someone recognizes him. they he say he reached under the stall doors with his phone to take pictures on two different days, august 29th and then again on friday september 9th. investigators say he drives an older model bmw with tinted windows. you're asked to contact detectives if you recognize this man. >> firefighter were battling a house fire in delaware county for hours this afternoon. chopper6 was overhead as they worked on the roof there. the fire department says crews found live wires on the home when they first arrived on
calcon hook road. because of that they had to wait until power was shut off before they could attack the flames. no word yet on exactly what sparked the fire. >> you know we haven't had a lot of days that i would describe lately as perfect. today fits the bill though. >> it does. temperatures are down, humidity is down and it's actually enjoyable. >> yeah. >> to be outdoors. >> it's nice. >> really news. as we take a look and confirm that region to region. in penn's landing you can see he some clouds developing in the far distance. that's part of a sea breeze that's trying to work in developing some of the clouds there. the temperature 83, the dewpoint bone dry, 45 degrees and in fact when you factor in the dewpoint and the air temperature your heat index is actually lower than the air temperature because it is so dry with the wind out of the southeast at 7 miles an hour. and a beautiful day to hit the sand as well. cool down there, 75 degrees. but the ocean is still at 74 with the wind out of the southeast so a bit of a sea
breeze along the communities right along new jersey and delaware and in easton deep blue sky, you can see not a cloud to be found here and in northampton county 81 degrees. the heat index lower than the air temperature as well with that dewpoint of 44 but if you like that summer feeling and near record highs, it will be back somewhere in the seven-day forecast. but that fall feeling is going to win out in those seven days. we'll show it to you guys in just a little bit. >> all right adam thank you. thousands of philadelphia high school students are expected to benefit from new federal funding. the u.s. department of education awarded $3 million to philadelphia's college access centers. those help prepare students for higher education. the grant will serve 1200 students per year at five public high schools including kensington ca p. a where and officials made the announcement today. >> bit of an opposite situation here where a funding fight is shaping up over how much money is put into philadelphia public schools. tomorrow a lawsuit heads to
the state supreme court. "action news" anchor rick williams is live now in the news room with more on this story. hi, rick. >> hi, sharrie thank you. that's right the state's high court will hear oral arguments over the system that directs money towards public schools in the state of pennsylvania. opponents are calling the system inadequate and inequitable and today they held a rally to garner support for their cause. what they and their opponents have to say before tomorrow's hearing coming up tonight on "action news" at 5:00. also coming up tonight, we've been talking about hillary clinton's pneumonia diagnosis after her stumble at yesterday's 9/11 ceremony in new york. well, today ali gorman spoke with a doctor about the effects of pneumonia on the body. she'll have more on that coming up, just some of the stories we're covering for you when we see you on "action news" tonight at 5:00. until then back to the studio. sharrie see you later. >> rick see you at five. >> okay. >> students in downingtown took a moment today to remember the fallen. >> ♪
this patriot day ceremony was held at bradford heist elementary the a way for the students to mark the anniversary of 9/11 in a meaningful way. the scouts raised the flag and the pledge of allegiance was recited by the group there. these little ones were not born when the attacks happened in 2001 so additional resources were made available just in case these young students had any questions. >> and up next here on "action news" today a tragedy in tennessee as family members find themselves trapped in their burning home. find out why the victims could not escape and rescuers struggled get inside. >> drama at sea. a baby born on a refugee boat is surrounded by an international conflict. we look at this unusual uncertainty next in big talkers. >> and meteorologist adam joseph is back with that full accuweather forecast when "action news" at 4:00 continues on a monday afternoon. >> ♪
>> an early morning house fire tore through a home in tennessee killing nine members of one family overnight. four adults and five children died. another child is in the hospital right now fighting for their life. memphis firefighters rushed to the house when someone inside called 911. investigators are still looking for a cause but we do know the blaze started in the living room. they also say the house had a security door and bars on the windows which hampered the family's escape. >> this is the most tragic loss of life in a single fire
incident since the 1920's. the hearts of the men and women of the department are heavy and deeply touched from the dispatcher who took the call to the first responders who were on the scene. >> most of the victims died from smoke inhalation. firefighters did find a smoke detector. it was too damaged to tell if it was working at the time. >> tonight a lot of eyes will once again be on colin kaepernick waiting to see if the 49ers quarterback keeps up his protest against racism and police brutality. since the preseason he has refused to stand during the national anthem and he's getting more support from fellow players. yesterday a number of players for the dolphins and the patriots they kneeled or raised a fist to show their solidarity. meanwhile sea hawks players and coaches stood united on their side line. >> hopeful it's going to unify our country to where there's a message that needs to be heard and so you heard us.
now listen to us. >> now over the weekend nfl commissioner roger goodell weighed in saying he supports his players but he hopes they remain respectful. >> calm for now. that's the way secretary of date john kerry is describing the scene in syria today as the ceasefire takes effect there. syrian army began implementing the ceasefire this morning days after it was brokered by the united states and russia. now, if the truce holds, the u.s. and russia could begin sharing intelligence and coordinating targets against isis but it is not clear just yet if the warring sides will adhere to the agreement. >> ♪ >> big talkers now and a big international debate centering on the tiniest face of conflict and violence. a baby boy was born on a migrant rescue boat this morning in the middle of the mediterranean and the big question today, what is his nationality? which country will he claim and which will! his mother is a refugee from
libya and she was having contractions when she got on board the rubber boat. she's among 2300 migrants who were rescued in 18 sea missions yesterday. the charity running the operation says there were no scales, there were no rulers to mark the little guy's birth. his name is newman by the way. just longitude and latitude of the boat he was on which was somewhere between libya and malta making a lot of questions for one cute little newborn. now a special story about a really special ice cream man. this is 89-year-old sanchez and he's pretty loved in chicago and not just for the popsicles he sells. he works day and night and he is now become the recipient of a generous viral fundraising campaign. you see just a few weeks ago, his daughter died and he and his wife found themselves suddenly caring for two grandsons. a stranger started a crowned
funding campaign which has now raised more than $166,000 and counting. all so sanchez can raise those boys. he says he's overwhelmed by the compassion and the generosity and even though he can finally take a chance to rest, he says he has no plans of retiring. which by the way good news to everyone who lovers those popsicles and him of course. and finally if you are looking to get into the restaurant business your big break could be sitting in the poconos. the owners of an old diana rocco are giving away the building and everything inside for free. you see, they closed the tannersville diner last year then tried to sell it for $30,000. no buyers came forward so now they just removed the price tag. altogether. it's completely free. all you have to do is haul it away. >> i think it's a shame to demolish something that maybe somebody -- some young couple wants to start a business and this could be their start.
>> the current owners are hoping whoever takes the diner off their hands will keep it local and reopen it for generations to enjoy. meanwhile, they plan on using the plan to build a harley-davidson dealership. so no more diana rocco, at least not there but it's yours for the taking. >> wow. >> i bet that phone is already ringing right now. we're going to follow that one up. that's interesting much alicia thanks. let's get another check on the roads right now. >> matt is standing by with the update for us am hi, matt. >> i love a good diner. my mouth is watering although i don't think i'm in the mood for a second job. good afternoon brian and sharrie. what i have for you this afternoon is not free. it's going to cost you a whole lot of extra time if you head on these roads, the blue route 476 southbound side still a very sluggish pace from germantown pike through this point at ridge pike on down to approaching villanova. the good news is the accident there that got us off to a bad start this afternoon is gone. bad news is there is still slowing in both directions on 476 the blue route. and getting word of an accident involving a
pedestrian in tredyffrin township chester county right by conestoga high school along conestoga road at irish road. watch out for the emergency crews responding there. our crash on 422 westbound by sanatoga cleared out of the way. everything is reopened but still a little bit sluggish as you head out towards pottstown this afternoon. also had an accident most of the afternoon in abington township along 611 old york road by the boston market. i think i'd just stay over on easton road to get around that mess. this is the roosevelt boulevard northbound side here by wissahickon. there was a broken down vehicle. gone now but of course it's still slow coming off the schuylkill onto broad street and coming off the schuylkill on the vine eastbound jams solid across town westbound jamming approaching 76 as well but luckily our broken down truck here westbound is gone. still have this truck that was on fire as you get into delaware right across the span of the delaware memorial bridge. all the activity is off to the side and luckily the delay approaching the toll plaza has vanished as well. we'll check it again brian and sharrie, coming up in the 5 o'clock hour. >> okay, matt, thank you.
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>> ♪ >> it is about time. we got a forecast here that i think nobody can complain about. >> no, 'cause you can at least enjoy the outdoors. >> yeah. >> and the sunshine. you're not sweating. you know, you can sit in the sun and get a little vitamin d, you know, and kind of enjoy what is supposed to be a really nice stretch of weather in september and october. as we take a look at the action cam which was along penn's landing, the delaware, the barges heading down the delaware. earlier today you could see almost a cloud in sky in the far distance, you can see some cumulus clouds there as a sea breeze started to push from the ocean inland and in fact as we look at storm tracker6 live double scan again we don't have any precipitation but you see a little green
near trenton and east of philadelphia. as we close in a little bit closer, this is the sea breeze. storm tracker6 being powerful enough to show where the wind shift is moving in and you can see it is pushing from the east to the west. this little line which you'll notice if you look outside near trenton or florence riverside and you look east you can see the clouds propagating and it's not thick clouds but there's some that continue to push from the east to the west so pretty neat feature to he see that you don't always see on the radar scope but in fact when you take a look at the temperatures you can see east of that front it is pushed back into the lower and the mid 70's 'cause the ocean temperature is 74 but then just to the other side of that front it's 83 in philadelphia, 80 in trenton, 81 in wilmington and this could make it as far east or west i should say as philadelphia where temperatures could fall quickly here into the upper 70's. high pressure overall in control and that's suppressing a lot of heat and humidity down into the carolinas again
supplying a beautiful blue sky in new england as well as the great lakes region. so clear calm with that fall feeling overnight tonight. 50's in the suburbs, 63 for center city. 86 your high temperature tomorrow so we're back a little bit above normal but still low humidity with double barrel high pressure in control avoiding the sky of a lot of cloud cover. the highs weaken a cold front approach from the north and we squeeze a southwesterly wind here wednesday so it turns more humid, it's hot, 91 chose to the record of 92 set back in 1995 and after that front passes through, and as you could see there's some precipitation, it looks like unfortunately the rain is going to fall apart when the front pushes through so the parched land will not see any rain with this and then high pressure comes in back behind it to drop the temperatures for the rest of the week. the exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast, sunny warmer here tomorrow at 86. and then again that near record heat on wednesday, humid as well but it's only for one day of 91 degrees.
and then we're back to near normal here on thursday, bright, beautiful, low humidity, 80. a cloudless sky on friday, sunny and gorgeous, 82 degrees. sun and clouds saturday. we start to warm back up to 84 and then it looks like there could be a system that could bring some much needed rain here on saturday night into especially the day on sunday of 82 and mild with some sun, maybe a leftover shower or two come monday of 84 degrees. so, it is finally nice to see a seven-day with a temperature looking to remain above normal but at least we're not in the 90's or tracking a heat wave. >> yeah. >> or humidity as well. >> right. we like that. >> we real dollar like it. >> all righty. >> coming up, tips to help keep your face fresh this fall. >> oh. >> hm. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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many of us are starting to see he that fun in the sun and surf left behind a few little souvenirs on our face. we head out to a cosmetic center in wayne where we get tips on transitioning our skin for fall an special deal just for you our 6abc viewers. >> a lot of time at the shore and traveling and probably drinking and more fun in the summer. >> so kathy o'hara is here in wayne to clean up what she calls the summer mess. >> all the sun damage so wrinkles, brown spots and just the texture seems like it's recover and i just need to get it smoother and back to glowing. >> the pros here say when the summer winds down there's an uptick in women and men trying correct the damage. they cater each session to what you need and how much you want to spend but say the biggest difference comes from maintenance at home and investing in skin care tailored for you. >> you take care of are body unwork out. if you take care of your skin every dane you follow a good solid regimen consistently with it you're going to have
better results probably and more bang for the buck. >> as we led into fall there are best -- their best advice keep wearing sunscreen and not just on the face but the neck and the chest, too. also, exfoliate. hydrate and instead of spending a ton of money on products you see in stores, get one good moisturizer. >> clinical skin care is different because it has clinical ingredients mixed in it so moisturizers are not just hydrating dead skin anymore, they're changing the tissue, they're penetrating into the tissue to make the cells better. >> and as a special treat for our viewers when you go in for a facial treatment, they'll also fix the summer fun left behind on your neck and chest. >> all of this is part of your youthful good healthy appearance. so, the viewers will come in and we'll treat your -- you know, your neck and your d. colete. don't forget when you put sunscreen on put it on in the
fall and put it everywhere. >> keep that glow alive. alicia thank you. that will do it for "action news" at 4:00. for sharrie williams alicia vitarelli and adam joseph i'm brian taff. >> now here are rick williams and monica malpass with a look at what's ahead at 5 o'clock. hi, guys. >> hi there. >> coming up next on "action news" at 5:00 new details from the clinton campaign after her pneumonia diagnosis and public stumble over the week. what her aides are now saying and how that's affecting the race for the white house coming up. also in bucks county are investigating after a toddler was shot and killed inside of a home this morning. >> and another setback for septa and its regional rail line. the new problem that is forcing that agency to pull cars out of service that they thought had already been fixed. those stories and more coming up on "action news" at 5:00 next.
>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. >> ♪ >> democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is taking a break from the campaign trail tonight after that stumble right there caught on camera yesterday. and while she's resting her running mate is hard at work assuring voters she's more than okay saying she is the most qualified person for the job. monday night the big story on "action news" is the rails for the white house and the
fallout from clinton's pneumonia diagnosis. >> just moments ago, clinton took to twitter herself to say she's feeling better and on the road to recovery. we'll hear from a local doctor about the effects pneumonia can have on the body and how long recovery can take in a moment but first abc's kenneth moton is live in washington with more on the new details from hillary clinton's campaign. kenneth. >> reporter: rick and monica, those tweets from hillary clinton started to roll in about 15 minutes ago. she also thanked well wishers and she said in a tweet "like anyone who has ever been home sick from work i'm just anxious to get back out there." a september surprise in the race for president. hillary clinton off the trail recovering from pneumonia her rival donald trump on the trail and on the attack. >> she divides people into baskets as though they were objects not human beings. >> reporter: trump in baltimore seizing on clinton's