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connection with the bombings in new york and noon. >> this is ahmad khan rahami who was put into an ambulance in linden, new jersey, two police officers were shot during the gun battle just before he was arrested. >> ahmad khan rahami is said to be a neutralized citizen from afghanistan. officials have connected him to the bombing in manhattan's chelsea neighborhood on saturday that injured 29 people swells a pipeline exploding at the new jersey -- as well as a pipe bomb exploding at the new jersey shore during a charity race over the weekend. >> those officers shot during the shootout with ahmad khan rahami are said to be okay, so that's good news there. let's go live to john rawlins where ram warm was -- ahmad khan rahami was taken into custody. >> reporter: a bar owner called
police say a man was in the doorway there. police went to check him out, that's when the shootout occurred. three officers were injured one shot in the vest one received a ricochet off a car and the third blood pressure issues. that was ahmad khan rahami on the stretcher after the shootingout with police in linden. he was hit several times at least once in the shoulder. this letter carrier was making delivers at the time. >> i heard two pops, i thought something fell off the back of a truck. i heard a voice, saying are you okay. i didn't know who it came from. i want into the body shop and i heard them say there's more shots. when i stood at the door you could hear more pops. >> reporter: what did you see? >> i just saw police vehicles coming from all over. >> reporter: overnight the fbi and state police had searched ahmad khan rahami's home in
elizabeth situated above the family business. the first american fried chicken shop. customers say he worked at the store and they were floored when his picture was flashed on tv screens as armed as dangerous. >> i saw it, i was like wait that's the guy who works there, that's the son. when i first saw him, i don't know write saw him from until i saw he worked here. >> it blew my mind. >> everyday he is behind the counter. he is the very friendly guy flirts with my girlfriend all the time and gives her free chicken, never expected anything like this. >> ahmad khan rahami 28 years old didn't talk about politics or culture. he seemed thoroughly americanized and talked about baseball and liked to talk about small fast cars. little did anyone here think he would be the subject of a
terrorism manhunt. live in linden. sarah. >> the last of the explosive devices was discovered near a train station in elizabeth new jersey. "action news" reporter, chad perdelli has more on that from 30th street station. >> reporter: here in philadelphia, amtrak released a statement a short time ago saying it has increased security up and down the northeast corridor what that means there will be an i increase in uniford officers and plain clothes officers. police with bomb-sniffing dogs in penn station, two students were ordered off the train as they tried to get home from new york. >> we got to penn station around 12:00 and they waited on the train until 1:30 a.m. >> reporter: the two were delayed 6 hours. the board inside the 30th
street station showed the impact of the bombing. trains canceled or delayed. the ripple effect is being if he would up and down the east coast. commuters understand police and the fbi need to be cautious. >> ink the world is in a bad -- i think the world is a bad place. >> this is what it's all about, it's craziness. >> reporter: in philadelphia, police are doing what they always do in situations like this they are sharing intelligence with their partners in new york and the fbi and keeping a close eye on the situation there. at 30th street station, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> our coverage of the bombings of new york and new jersey continue on our 6abc news app. we alert you to the developments in the on going investigation the 6abc app is a free download for your mobile device. >> turning to the accuweather forecast, that heavy rain made for a slow commute this morning,
the rain is moving out. in bala cynwyd drivers had windshield wipers on and people were using the umbrellas you saw on the sidewalks to keep dry. let's look live sky6 live hd the center city skyline, clouds out there even though the rain is moving out, there's a concern for flooding. looks like a few breaks in the clouds. meteorologist david murphy over at the "action news" big board with more from accuweather. >> reporter: the rain has not left the entire region we have heavy bands down south and in southern delaware and along the shore. looks like the city will get clipped with a light batch of lighter rain. the heavier stuff in washington and richmond virginia will break a part a little bit and slide toward the east. over the next several hours we're looking at the possibility of problems there. forgive me, i'm going to have to get rid of that, but give me a second we'll bring it back up. the local view on storm tracker 6 live at least i think we are, the local view on storm tracker 6 live maybe you can take it close range for me, is showing
you that we have the heavy rain down south. now flood advisories are beginning to change a little bit. we had some up the coast past atlantic city to lakehurst, those have expired except for cape may county where there are heavy he have cells coming in. there's a new flood advisory added for the state of delaware because of the additional rainfall on storm tracker 6 live highlighted in yellow. it looks like we'll see an end to this probably in the next several hours, between now and 3, 4:00 p.m. you have to allow for the southern part of the region to be inundated. we need the rain you look at the drought monitor we are in dry conditions across the region highlighted in yellow. from philadelphia toward the east that's moderate drought condition, not severe, but an indication that the rain is something we do need. even though it's a pain for you right now, you're getting a drink into the acquifer we've
been waiting a while for. when i come back we'll talk about future tracker 6 showing the departure of rain. beyond that improvement in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll have more on that coming up. >> we'll in later, thank you. you can track the rain as it moves through the area at 6abc.com/weather. use our inter active radar and shows us what you're seeing, share weather photos and videos on social media. >> in other news the civil trial in the deadly center city building collapse is underway. the trial will determine who is negligent and what they would need to pay the victims families. it was back in 201 when a four story brick wall collapsed on the salvation army thrift store at 22nd and market. a crash on the boulevard slowed the morning commute through northeast philadelphia. the accident happened at 5:00 a.m. in the southbound lanes near welsh road.
a tow truck rear ended the tractor-trailer. the driver of the tow truck was checked out for injuries. the authorities have not released his condition. philadelphia police released surveillance video at a robbery suspect who pointed a gun at the store clerk. the crime happened at 5601 vine street in spring garden september 8. the video shows the suspect bringing items up to the register and pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money. the robber got away with $100. much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30. people gathered in paris today in memory of the victims of terror attacks there. >> three surfers are attacked by sharks off the coast of florida, those stories and much more when we come right back.
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up support among millennial voters. she is expected to talk about plans and lessen debt and make community college free for every american. police bombings in new york and new jersey and stabbing at a minnesota mall is bringing terrorism to the forefront of the presidential campaign. stephanie ramos joins us with the latest. >> reporter: you're right, terror has been a sticking point for the presidential candidates. with bombings in the u.s. the topic of isis and their threat to the u.s. are front and center more than ever before. attacks in new york, new jersey and minnesota bring terror center stage for donald trump and hillary clinton. this morning donald trump is going back to an old mantra calling for racial profiling. >> reporter: our local police they know who these people are, they are afraid to do anything about it. because they don't want to be accused of profiling.
>> reporter: trump on fox news warning of more terror attacks. >> we're letting people in by the thousand, and tens of thousands. last week obama said 100,000 people are letting in from syria. hillary clinton wants to increase what he let in. >> reporter: hillary clinton saying terrorists are challenge that law enforcement are able to address. >> it's crucial that he build up trust between law enforcement and muslim-american communities. working closely with you're a allies and partners to keep us safe must be the top priority for the next commander-in-chief. >> reporter: clinton preaching vigilance and to recall -- tolerance. >> we're going after the bad guys and we'll get them. we're not going after an entire religion.
>> reporter: police are beefing up security across new york city especially with the united nation meeting in man manhattan. trump is expected to meet with the egyptian president there today. back to you. >> france remembered the victims of terror attacks in paris in nice with ceremonies this morning. hundreds of families plus those injured were there with the president. he denounced the barbarian cruelty of the attacks. the names were read, it honored those killed in brusselses and three nations in west africa. sharks attack three surfers off the atlantic coast. officials say the incidents happened at different times of the day, but all in the same area by new smyrna beach. beachgoers say they have seen an uptick in shark sightings all victims were surfing at the time of the attacks.
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the heavier stuff highlighted in red is mainly off the coast, although southern cape may county is picking up a bit of that. we're seeing the lighter rain build back in. let's get you outside, we have sky6 live hd at the airport, this is one of the areas where it was coming down earlier around the rush hour. now it's eased back a little bit, again, maybe light drizzle or light rain at the airport currently. the view on storm tracker 6 live double scan clearly shows you the steadier rain highlighted in yellow. it's not as bad as this morning when we had aerial flood advisories now cape may county is only under the threat. there's pockets of rain moving into cape may that could produce ponding and puddling on roads and cause all out flooding. we have a flood advisory up and down the state of delaware because of the heavy rain moving through. the stuff farther to the north
of philadelphia not quite so bad. we expect it to improve over the neck several hours. 72 degrees, the dewpoint is high indicating a humid day. winds out of the east at 5 miles per hour. future tracker 6 showing you between now and 3:00 p.m. there will likely be rain falling a lot of it will be centered to the south of philadelphia with the city potentially picking up light stuff. as we get past 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. into the dinner hour most of it will fall a part or push to the east or both. cruel have to watch radar because the model runs have been fluctuating a little bit. 6, 7 hours ago there might be a spotty shower around philadelphia but i think things will get better over the next several hours. overnight tonight, cesily tynan may have spotty showers down by the coast, but most of you are drying out by then. 79 degrees is the high in philadelphia. 78 in allentown. 76 in cape may. most of the rain to the south,
we can't rule out rain coming through even as farther north of the immediate philadelphia suburbs. 73 by 6:00 p.m. probably drying out in through here although we'll allow for a sprinkle or shower. between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. we're in the low 70s. future tracker 6 shows you tomorrow morning into midday there's a chance of a couple of more showers maybe pockets of steadier rain but nothing like today. tomorrow afternoon we'll start seeing clouds mixing with sun especially in the northern and western suburbs, might stay grayer down south. tropical storm carl which formed last week is in the central atlantic. looks like it will make a push to the north an probably go up into the vicinity of bermuda, perhaps forming into a hurricane. right now a category one is what's on the model. a few hours ago a category two was possible. if there's any change it's been a shift farther to the east with the storme.
that would be about good. nont nonetheless this weekend in burr -- burr -- bermuda doesn't look good. today, showers, # 9. tomorrow, sun and clouds, 84. wednesday, 86 degrees. thursday, autumn arrives. friday, 86, saturday, 82. sunday a beautiful day for the eagles, they return 2-0 from chicago, right? they play pittsburgh and it will be great this sunday. >> thank you, david. topping the people scene at 12:30, a trio of new movies arrived in theaters to challenge sully, but it still came out on to which. the movie cruised to a second weekend victory.
blair windchill grossed 9 million -- blair witch grossed 9 million. brigette jones baby was third. the best and the brightest of television were honored. it was the mini series of the trial of the century that earned the most horns. >> reporter: game of thrones. hbo dark fantasy game of thrones not only earned the best drama series, it is the most honored prime time series ever with a cumulative 38 emmy awards one more than frazier. it won 12 in all, three during sunday night's telecast. >> a great director can make you look better and great actors make you seem smarter.
>> reporter: veep repeated the best series the star won a record breaking 6 emmys. jeffrey tambor won for transparent. the people versus oj simpson saw three actors take home emmys. back stage sarah paul son said she has been rehearsing acceptance speeches for most of her life. >> i was seven when i would do that in the mirror. the real thing is much better than what i imagined. >> ink i floated out of my body and looked at everybody down on the crowd an looked at myself i was like brown you got to get up. you only get 45 seconds. >> win lose or draw i've already won. if it happens, wonderful, if it doesn't happen for me, we
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accuweather forecast. >> reporter: let's concentrate on temperatures. it's going to be warm and muggy this afternoon. up in the north there could periods of rain, although most of appears to be farther south. 79 in glassboro and upper 70s in the i-95 corridor. winds light, rain is possible for next several hours. down the shore is where it's been raining for the last little bit. there you see radar. i would say over the next 3, 4 hours thrkd start to die -- this should start to die down and by dinnertime we're cloudy. >> finally at 12:30, two high school football teams in michigan helped a young boy live out his dream. robby who has down syndrome normally sits on the silence as the high school's water boy. the team allowed him to suit up and score a touchdown against
the other team, as well. his mother who is battling cancer fell to her knees overwhelmed by the sight of her son in the endzone. >> a look at some of the stories coming up on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. there have been more reports of samsung smart phone fires this time over sales. >> we continue to follow new developments on the bombings in new york and new jersey and the apprehension of the suspect. live team coverage coming up later today on "action news" beginning at 4:00 p.m. that's going to do it for "action news" at noon. don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. >> now for david murphy, sarah bloomquist, and the entire "action news" team, i'm rick williams. have a good afternoon. we'll see you later!
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