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that's where we find "action news" reporter, jeff chirico this morning. we know that crews went into the home to rescue several people including several children. >> reporter: that's right, brian and firefighters are on the scene this morning their job made more difficult knowing that two of their fellow firefighters have died, as you said the police chief confirmed within the past hour that a third firefighter is in critical condition. let's show you what it looked like after 3:00 a.m. this morning. firefighters arrived to heavy smoke an flames shooting from the house on the 1900 block of lake view street. the fire quickly spread to an adjoining row home. firefighters were attempting to rescue several people including small children when the floor collapsed beneath them. firefighters had to dig through the rubble to retrieve the body of one firefighter which they carried out draped in a flag. two others were rushed to the hospital one died at the hospital, a third is in critical
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condition. a man spoke to "action news" earlier this morning built moment he learned his -- about the moment he learned his house was on fire. >> all my kids running away fire, fire, the fire supposed to started in the basement. we don't know how. we lost everything. >> reporter: and that man told us his wife and children were taken to the hospital. firefighters say four -- excuse me, fire officials say four children and one adult were treated for smoke inhalation and released. two firefighters have died here while trying to rescue a family giving the ultimate sacrifice this morning in wilmington. live in wilmington, delaware, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> an awful morning there, jeff. thank you. also in wilmington, two people are seriously hurt after a fire truck collided with a minivan this is the scene at the intersection of 8 the and adams
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street. firefighters were responding to another call not that deadly fire when the accident happened. two in the minivan suffered serious, but not life threatening injuries. two firefighters were hurt. let's turn to meteorologist chris sowers getting off to a cloudy start. >> reporter: cloudy, yes, refreshing, that's the key word. we have a cold front pushing through. yesterday's high 89 all the warmth the heat we've been dealing with for months on end all that is coming to an end as cooler changes arrive later this afternoon. pilots, 57. saint davids, 62. glassboro, 64. cinnaminson, 61. hammonton, 64, vineland, 66 degrees, satellite and radar there's the cold front right there, stretching from west to east across the keystone state bringing clouds this morning and a couple of hit or miss showers through reading and pottstown,
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but as you can see here there's not much moisture associated with the front. for the most part it's going to slip through dry. you'll notice a huge change in the humidity levels later on and big change in the temperatures. clouds and sun, the sunshine will increase after lunchtime. breezy and cool high of 75 degrees. the numbers drop off so far tonight and tomorrow, some of the outlying areas could get into the mid 40s, if i think tomorrow morning, look at allentown and reading, 45 degrees, poconos 42, philadelphia, 51. it's cold tomorrow morning, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> we're following breaking news this morning out of washington state where five people are now dead following a shooting at a shopping mall and this morning the search is on for the shooter. >> cascade all burlington units male ran into a woman's macy's with a long rifle. we're getting multiple calls. >> a gunman opened fire in the
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makeup department department of macy's north of seattle. the four women and a man were killed. the gunman ran toward the interstate. they are telling people to stay inside and doors and windows blocked, the gunman was wearing black and using a hunting-type rifle. fbi has been called into assist local authorities. a young man is clinging to life after being shot in the street last night. this is video from where he was found 4500 block of north franklin street in hunting park. the victim is in critical condition at temple hospital. they are searching for clues and identity of the gunman and the motive here. center city was disrupted by calls for a suspicious device in front of the market street fire station, of course after
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the balming in manhattan and new jersey, authorities are not taking any chances. dann cuellar has the details. >> reporter: the scene was the fire station at 2110 market center city. before 3:00, firefighters called after seeing something suspicious in front of the firehouse. >> pvc pipe was wrapped on both sides with duct tape. others in nearby buildings told show shelter in place. bomb squad experts moved into determine what it was. chopper 6 hd over the scene as a technician examined the suspicious looking device. shortly after that they blew it up. we were unable to clear the item so we hit it with a disrupter, it was empty. >> reporter: other calls came in of similar pipes being found along 22nd from market to south street.
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an investigation by central detectives determined the items in question rolled off the back of a madison concrete construction truck that was located at 16th and vine. >> this was an honest mistake, but it caused disruption and more than a little bit of panic today. >> reporter: the response gives rise to the times we're living in. in the wake of the terror bombing attack also in philadelphia and new jersey, the terror bomb squads have been responding to increase in calls about suspicious items. >> there's been a significant increase. we're happy to see that people are being vigilant they are becoming involved in the process of keeping the city safe that's a good thing. >> reporter: now, police have not accounted for all 17 pipes scattered along roads in center city. if you see one, don't touch it, call police let them handle it and don't be overall concerned. by the way the driver was cited for failing to properly secure his cargo.
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dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> police in delaware county are working to identify a new person of interest of a murder of a woman in yeadon. the investigation is focusing on the man seen in this surveillance video at 59th and catherine in southwest philadelphia. the blood trail led them to that scene. natasha gibson was found murdered thursday morning on the 600 block of bailie road. officials initially named her boyfriend as a person of interest, but he has been cleared. a camden man is behind bars facing charges in the death of gabby carter. the little girl caught in the crossfire sitting outside her house. u.s. marshals took brown bound into custody in at any -- tyhan brown into custody in tennessee. police arrested his mother and girlfriend accused of lying to
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police about where he was and hindering the investigation. so-called bridgegate trial continues on monday in new jersey. yesterday the government star witness david wildstein took the stand, he testified at the trial of brigette kelly and bill boroni former allies of chris christie. he said he considered himself the bad cop who pushed christy's again at the port authority of new york and new jersey. he pleaded guilty to orchestrating traffic jams on the glij -- george washington bridge as political pay back. mime matt o'donnell. this is macy, one of the dogs saved lie the animal rescue week -- saved by the animal rescue league of berks county. you'll meet macy and her friends
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coming up on "action news." >> reporter: some of the coolest weather we've seen around here since spring, details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy,
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>> happening right now, pedestrians are ruling the roads in parts of philadelphia today. the free streets program is underway. routes stretch from river to river a lock south street and -- along south street and the schuylkill river trail and west
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fairmont. this event runs until 1:00 p.m. a note of warning if you have your car parked on one of the roads and you don't find it may have been towed. >> reporter: not good. >> what is good, the forecast this weekend. >> reporter: finally we have cooler changes heading this way, let's get you outside and show you the view overlooking the ben franklin bridge down at penns landing. we have quite a bit of cloud cover out there this morning. that cloud cover is associated with a cold front that will put an end to the abnormally warm weather that we've been seeing over the last couple of weeks. better weather is heading this way. for the most part we're clear, we have a shower popping in between pottstown and boyertown heading off to the east now south of frederick just east of route 663. a yellows and orange showing up there. it's a heavier shower. unfortunately that's really all that there is associated with the front. pretty much going to slip through dry here. it will do a number on our
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temperatures. it was a warm week. monday, 76. all the cloud cover and downpours, that was on the cooler side. even tuesday was not bad. wednesday, thursday, friday, 86, 87, 89. the normal is 75. today we'll be closer to normal. 64 at this 9:00 a.m. shower, dewpoint of 56 that's a good number. pressure is rising. wind out of the north/northeast at 15 miles per hour. so in this direction here bringing the cooler in from canada. 60 in allentown, 64 in the poconos. 67 in wilmington, 66 in millville. the dewpoints, the way we measure the amount of the moisture in the air you get less than 60 degrees that's a comfortable air mass. you can see where the front is, 50s to the northwest, 60s to the southeast. cape may, the villas, gandys beach, millville this area down through here, it's sticky, because the cold front has not dropped all the way down to the
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south and cleared the coast just yet. give it another hour or two, it will do so. you guys will notice the humidity levels drop off, as well. water vapor shot there's the cooler drier air off to the northeast. as we look at the surface maps it's a canadian high pressure system in control. breezy later on, feeling like fall. cooler than yesterday's high, 89. sunday, cool, high temperatures in the 60s north and west, low 70s city of philadelphia. cloud cover it will hang around for the first part of the afternoon following the front to the south as the day progresses, by 4:00 p.m. we'll see an increase in sunshine north to south across the viewing area. jersey shore, however, looks like you guys down there probably going to stay in the clouds most of the time today, we'll clear overnight tonight. temperature, 74. 75. low 70s north and west, everybody is dropping into the 40s tonight, the exception being south jersey, low 50s, we get
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into tomorrow afternoon, highs in the 60s and 70s. reading, 66. poconos, 59. allentown, 66. sunday night into monday morning, look at these numbers, 40 for the lehigh valley. 42 in the poconos. 41 in reading, philadelphia about 48 degrees. crisp and cool. clouds and sun today, breezy, 75 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the north, northeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. again, starting out with a lot of the clouds increasing sun during the afternoon. 70 by 1:00 p.m., 72 by 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 75. crisp and cool overnight tonight, underneath a mostly clear sky. 43 degrees outlying suburbs, 50 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're keeping it in the 70s, the whole way through. 75 today, sunny and pleasant tomorrow, 73. perfect football weather steelers coming to town. 425 start time. monday night into tuesday that's the lone shot of shower activity. if we don't get any rain there,
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speaking, upstairs is charactering use drones to drop off packages to customers. they have started test flights. they said the first one was success. newly revised federal regulations require commercial drones to stay in sight of their operators which would make delveries legally impossible. drone companies are working with
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regulators to change the rule. a strike date has been set by faculty and coaches at 14 pennsylvania state universities. faculty pay was supposed to be raised by 12% during negotiations this past week, but the union president said other sticking points remain including workload. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. the 6th annual lumber ton fall festival and paddle combines a day of food music and fun in three locations, village green route 541. ironwood crowd door center and rancocas creek. it's underway now and runs until 3:00 p.m. grab your favorite four legged friend and go to the wuff festival. you can get your pets micro chipped in the event he or she
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>> never hurts to look at the beach on a saturday morning, live look sky6 live hd over cape may, new jersey. some folks out there enjoying a stroll on the beach. despite clouds it's going to be a cool and comfortable day. it is the eve. battle of the unbeaten. the eagles taking on the steelers at the linc tomorrow. carson wentz hopes to continue his streak of no turnovers.
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the birds are treating this game as another one on the schedule. >> everyone's got talent and every game starts 0-0. i know these guys are a good football team, they play physical, we'll be ready. >> hope so, kickoff 4 at 25:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. phillies errors did them in last night. they coughed up a game in extra innings the night before. in "shelter me rescue of the week," a rescue cat is helping a woman copy with the loss of her mother. matt o'donnell has the story. >> reporter: sippy was adopt -- skippy was adopted from the animal rescue league of berks county. she bonded with skippy. as soon as she saw him she loved
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him. >> he was gentle around here, when should go to bed he would sleep on the bed with her. >> reporter: when her mother passed away it was pat who found comfort in her companion. >> we have a great connection. >> reporter: the animal rescue league of berks county is an open admission shelter. like skippy they try to give every animal happiness. >> we like to find a family like this to adopt one of our animals. >> reporter: rosemary is a short hair that would love a poem without any dogs. >> she loves to play. >> reporter: dexter is 4 years old and found as a stray. >> he gets along with other cats, but likes his own time. knowledge flip flop is good with basic commands and great in a home with orderly children. >> she is the gal who will be chasing balls.
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>> reporter: her herbie is a chihuahua. >> he brings a lot of joy to everyone. >> reporter: this is macy a german shepherd rottweiler mix. she think she caped from a home and a very loving lady. if you would like us to share your shelter success stories post a picture to the "fyi philly" using the #6abc shelter me. tell me where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you, we'll be posting your story on upcoming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. with macy, matt o'donnell. >> coming up next, we'll have the latest on breaking news out of wilmington. two firefighters were killed, one critically hurt after battling a house fire coming up
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to follow breaking news out of wilmington, delaware. a devastating morning for that city's fire department. two firefighters are dead. a third is critically injured after an overnight house fire, this happened on the 1900 block of lake view road. that's where we find jeff chirico who joins us live with the very latest, jeff? >> reporter: brian a quiet and somber scene out here this morning, neighbors and firefighters stunned and saddened by the news we're waking up to this morning. right now you can see the burned out buildings behind us. this fire started at 3:00 a.m., heavy flames and smoke were pouring out of the home on the 1900 block of lake view street when firefighters arrived. they found that smoke and heavy
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flames despite that went inside while trying to rescue several children and an adult, the floor beneath them collapsed. two firefighters were rescued and taken to the hospital. one body of a firefighter was dug from the rubble. he was then carried out by firefighters draped in a flag. those two firefighters at the hospital, one is in critical condition at this time, another has passed at the hospital. so, as we're learning at this hour, the fire started in the basement. a homeowner spoke towels saying he heard -- to us, saying he heard his children yelling for help. that's when they called the firefighters to the scene. the fire spread to a neighboring home. that's when firefighters tried to rescue the family. four individuals, four children and one adult were rescued. they were taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation and released.
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the sad news this morning, is that in this attempt to rescue that family, two firefighters have died and another is fighting for his life. we are waiting for a word from the fire chief waiting for a news conference from the fire chief. we are told that may happen at some point this morning, we'll continue to follow the breaking details here in wilmington. reporting live on lake view street in wilmington, delaware, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> we'll have the latest developments on this throughout the day. in the meantime we turn our attention to the accuweather forecast as we a wait the arrival of a cool down, chris? >> reporter: it's here, good morning to you brian, good morning everyone, temperatures have dropped into the 60s across the viewing area. upper 50s in the northwest, the humidity levels continue to drop off as well. so it feels comfortably cool this morning. 59 in reading, if you have not done so, turn off the air-conditioners and open up the windows and let the cool air in.
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trenton, 58. atlantic city, 65. the frontal system is in the process of pushing through. one or two showers are starting to pop up now. we're zoom into the limerick area of we have showers around skippack, some of them are steadier, but they are dissipating very, very quickly. we are not expecting too much moisture with the front. what we are expecting is a big cool down. look at the numbers in southeastern canada they were down to 31 degrees, they are now up to 39. that's the same air mass that's heading this way later this afternoon and actually for most of the upcoming weekend. it's the first true blast of fall. canadian high pressure system drops south with cooler temperatures moving into the
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region. the coolest since spring, so cool in fact the higher elevations could see patchy frost. for the jersey shore, clouds and limited sun, 72. whatever sunshine you see it will be late in the day probably after 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. city of philadelphia, lots of clouds to start, increasing sunshine, highs around 75. poconos crisp and cool a little bit of a breeze, increasing sunshine, 64 degrees. football sunday! the mighty pittsburgh steelers heading to loke financial field. -- lincoln financial field. a good test for the birds. 4th quarter, down to 66 degrees, an absolutely gorgeous day, a ton of sunshine, no humidity, a light, gentle breeze. there you have it, the week overall looks nice, the first full weekend of fall, feeling like fall, that fall weather will continue next week, as a matter of fact when you're waiting for the school bus monday morning you'll need a light jacket. i'll have the details coming up
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in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in 20 minutes. >> you have to dig that jacket out. thank you. a crash in northeast philadelphia left a car in pieces and it's driver in critical condition. police say speeding was a factor here. the car hit a dip in the road went airborne into a tree and rolled over all this happened at 11:00 p.m. bustleton avenue and county line roads in somerton. some people are still calling for charlotte police to release video of a deadly shooting of a black man by a police officer. keith scott's family released their own video, you hear the police saying to drop a gun. the wife says he is not armed and pleads with them and not to shoot her husband. police say he did have a gun and tests continue on the gun found near his body. protests overnight in charlotte and several other places were
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peaceful. terrence crutcher is being laid to rest today, officer betty she shellby is charged wih manslaughter. she shot him after he had concluded her search for a weapon that turned up nothing. he had his hands up at one point. we're two days away from the first debate for the two nominees. the poll shows hillary clinton leading trump by 7 points. both candidates are getting ready for the first debate of the 2016 campaign. it will focus on making america more secure, prosperity and the direction in which our country is heading. "action news" will cover the first presidential debate. live from hofstra, university, our coverage begins tomorrow hope you join sharrie williams
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and me from the site of the debate tomorrow night on "action news" at 6:00 p.m. smithsonian national museum african american history and culture will open to the public. it features 3500 artifacts to honor african-american history. the museum explores history of slavery and civil rights movement and exhibit dedicated to the obama presidency. the african-american museum in philadelphia will hold a watch party today during the opening. we have a preview of the temple football play book. >> temple owls host charlotte
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for homecoming today they are looking for a win after tough loss to penn state. here's jamie apody and coach matt rhule with this week's temple play book. >> reporter: welcome to another edition of football temple play book, matt rhule and pediatric pediatric. before we look ahead we have to look back. the penn state loss hurt, you played well for the bulk of the game, almost feels like you have that one. >> you have to give credit to them, they made more plays than we did. for us to go there and get down 21-7. it looked like it was going to
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get away from us, we had a chance to win in the game in the end. unfortunately we weren't able to. i hope we can build off that mo momentum in the second half and propel us into the week. >> reporter: do you take a loss like that against a big ten program knowing they are not far away. >> i think you try to take something away from every game win or lose, you take the good things and build on them. our quarterback played well, our wide outs made good catches. we had some turnovers, what got you in the hole. what i weren't you able to win the game. for many of our kids they were not in an environment like that. it was loud and rockin' with the penn state fans. after practice this week, your players are doing just that. >> after the locker room after the game, it was everybody is
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ready to go. we have another game we have to play, we have ten more, nine more whatever. we have more opportunities to go play, don't hang our heads on the loss. >> guys have to understand nobody is perfect. bad thing happen and good things happen, i tell them brush it away and focus on the neck play and the neck game -- next play and next game one step at a time. >> focus on 1-0. we're going to win home coming. we'll have fun doing that. >> reporter: so you did get jihad thomas back last week, what a boost for the team. how great did it feel to have him back. >> he is one of our most competitive players, first time he touched the ball he scored a touchdown. he try to move him all over the field and give him the ball in a lot of different ways. >> the goal this week is to get past that penn state loss and
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refocus, how tough is that to do? >> it's not tough at all we've been in this situation plenty of time. last year, notre dame, my freshman year we had tougher losses for fordham and things le that. we can't dwelling on our -- can't dwell on our loss. we fought really hard and they played a good game. >> you get in the endzone anne become the 5th leading scorer in temple historical. >> it means a lot they trust to put the ball in my hands in situations like that. i seen on twitter, it's a great opportunity i'm proud of it, i don't take it for granted, i'm happy to be in the position to get the ball in my hands and do something with it.
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how important is it to get the run game going against charlotte. >> it's very important. we had tough running games in the previous week. we have to establish the running game. we have to believe the to run the ball if we want to win the championship. putting together a great game plan, we have things we have to do, we're looking forward to it. >> reporter: i know 1-2 is not where you want to be. as a veteran what do you say to the younger guys? >> i keep pushing, it's not where want to be right now, we still have this game this week and that's our focus and then you know we keep going up from there. >> you have to expect something from jihad this week as well gains charlotte. this is a team that last year, you beat them big, but they were trouble early.
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>> they have a lot of good players, kevin olson is a transfer highly recruited kid, phillips their running back gave us a hard time last year. they have a bunch of things really good players, there was 1 on 1 that we didn't handle well and kind of get into a groove before we could solidify the game. >> you guys and players know it was a blowout last year, 37-3. they are 1-2 like you guys. what's the key to matching that intensity you have against them. >> being excited to play at home and play at home coming and play against a team like charlotte a conference u.s.a. team. if you're sitting here and lost last week, that's a tough pill to swallow. anytime you lose to get them out of your system is to find a way to win. we have competitive kids and no
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matter who we play they want to play well. i would expect home coming in front of family and friends i ad philadelphia, i would expect the kids to play really well. >> we have to go out there and take our best shot and get the opportunities. we had a few missed opportunities last year in the endzone or other shots. we have to recover. >> we are getting ready for charlotte on the bay wack from pen -- way back from penn state that's our mentality. >> we have a story about one of your players coming out of the tough streets of camden, he embodies the temple spirit. we'll have that and more right after this.
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>> welcome back to temple football play book. let's talk hitting. you know people are getting away from hard hitting. with all the injuries, the training camps have softened up a little bit. not you, you guys hit and hit hard at practice, why. >> we want to teach them how to play the game. the only way to play linebacker is the play like that. you can draw it on the board, but until you've done it you'll
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never be a great player. that's why we have foyer guys on the active rosters last year on the nfl teams, they taught them how to hit and be physical and develop it from there. >> the players enjoy it and understanding the benefits and reaping the benefits from that. >> pros of live work and reps and hands and catching balls over the middle, there's nothing better. if you don't have speed things happen. if you have good speed things happen for you and your teammates. >> hitting keeps your kids tough, there's one tough colds on your roster, shawn. it is intercepted by shawn
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chandler and the owls get it right back. >> it was fun to think about the thing that was happening around me, i knew i had to get out there, the violence, the drugs, all that other stuff, i wanted to go somewhere where i didn't want to end you mean. i knew i wanted to play in the envelope, the only way to go there was to go to college. i was always good in school, i knew i had to work hard to make it to the next level. >> i guess there's something in me, i got a different vision than other people. >> reporter: one person who played a huge role in shawn's recruiting process is assistant coach cam brown. >> he is like a little brother. >> reporter: that's why he told me things, cam we don't have a good track of guys when they go to college they don't stay there, he wanted to make sure i
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stayed in college. he told me things i have to work on before i got there. >> shawn had an opportunity to return home to camden this summer and run a free camp for local kids. >> it was fun, me and my friends dreamed of running my own camp. i thought it would come when i was in the nfl. i knew this would help them like when they get to my age. they taught them how to run a 40-yard dash, and l drill things they won't learn at their own practice. it was fun to be around the killed, i used to be that kid. at the end we gave them ice cream and stuff and the camden police came out and talked to them. >> reporter: his success in temple has not gone unnoticed to his friends and family at home. he is not taking it for granted. >> a lot of my friends text me everyday, keep going, like i feel like i'm playing for them,
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honestly. things like that, it feels good to be a role model back in my city. >> reporter: here at temple shawn goes by champ. after talking to him, i know why. jamie coach back to you. >> you have a lot of local kids, you like to recruit the area, you know camden what a tough town it can be. talk about this kid. >> shawn chandler is among the best, enjoyable inspirational kid i've ever been around. you know what, not only has he overcome odds, he raises the bar for everyone. he is is special killed in school and on the football field. i hope all the kids in camden look up to him because he is a wonderful young man. >> you developed a lot of wonderful people,avich.
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he is on the steelers roster. >> i'm sure he is excited to play at at the linc and play wih all the people in college. he is such a great player and better person. i was happy to see him make the roster and the nfl. for me as a coach it's why you do it. >> getting set for home coming as a new pittsburgh steeler. >> going back to the linc, i had the opportunity to play there in the last four years, in a different uniform him i'm excited to get back out there, i can't wait. >> sticking with the nfl, the eagles are 2-0. are you on the carson wentz wagon? >> i think i've been on the carson wentz wagon since they drafted him. the first thing i would say what a great job by coach peterson,
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the myriad of things they are doing on offense, getting carson wentz comfortable with their weapons. else fun to watch. >> reporter: you have time in the middle of season to check out the eagles. this guy is something else. for coach matt rhule i'm jamie apody for temple football play book.
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>> we want to recap the breaking news out of wilmington today, two firefighters were killed overnight in a house
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fire, a third firefighter is critically injured part of the home on lake view road collapsed on top of them. four children and one adult were injured, but they were saved by the heroic actions of the firefighters. the wilmington fire department in mourning, two firefighters dead one in critical condition. chris sowers with one last check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. clouds giving way to sunshine later this afternoon. the big difference today will be the cooler, crisp air moving in. yesterday we had a high of 89 degrees. today, 75. look at tomorrow, mostly sunny conditions, very comfortable out there, high 73. most of the viewing area is hanging out in the 60s. it's only the city of philadelphia that climbs into the 70s. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 75 today. 73 tomorrow. and then we get into monday, we'll see high temperatures in the mid 70s. 76. monday night into tuesday morning there could be a round of showers, after that, most of the seven-day forecast is dry,
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tuesday, afternoon, wednesday, thursday, friday, some sort of combination of sun and clouds, high temperatures everyday around 75 degrees. >> you got it, great stuff! chris, thank you. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. the "action news" team is back here tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm brian taff. we hope you have a great saturday morning. we'll see you later on!
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