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is the deadly train crash outside of new york. >> new jersey transit train 1614 on route from spring valley new york crashed into the concourse of the hoboken terminal into the waiting area. >> one person was killed and another 108 people injured including the train's engineer. and the federal railroad administration and the national transportation safety board are on the scene beginning their investigation. right now new jersey transit rail service is suspended in and out of hoboken affecting every commuter rail line. and they expanded light and rail service. others remain uninfected by this investigation. >> and we have team coverage tracking the investigation into north jersey and the concerns in the delaware valley less than 12 months since the deadly amtrak
derailment here in philadelphia. >> nora we learned the name of the engineer at the controls at the time of the crash didn't we? >> reporter: we did indeed. he is thomas gallagher and we are told he is in critical condition in the hospital right now. the big question is how could this happen. how does a train fail to stop and slam into a train station. the ntsb is on the case now and as the investigation begins, people that were here this morning when it happened describe an ugly scene. >> it looked really bad and people were bleeding everywhere and stunned and looking around and a lot of people on the ground. >> witnesses say it was chaos after transit train 1614 blasted in the hoboken train station leaving twisted metal and broken bodies. >> i was sitting on the train and we were not slowing and approaching the stake and i was confusioned and by the time you
register you were going to hit you already hit. >> one woman was killed at station and 100 others were injured. it started off as a typical commute. >> i believe the people in the front were badly injured. they started yelling once they saw the blood. but it was super packed and shorter train and it's standard now where there are shorter trains and more people in the cars. >> governor christie in new york and governor cuomo says that the engineer survived and is in the hospital and cooperating with authorities. >> we know what happened but not why it happens. the train came in at too high a rate of speed and did not stop and went through the barriers. >> the train did not have positive train control the system that could automatically slow it down. a technician from bear, delaware ran to the scene and described what he saw. >> i ran out real quick and
looked to the right and bodies trying to get up and blood and cracks in the head but crazy looking but i didn't see the train and looked up and saw the hole and i'm still thinking bomb, and i looked up further and saw the train in the wall. i thought whoa i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: there are now structural concerns about the train station that must be addressed and as the investigation continues, rush hour here in this area is an absolute mess, there are police all over here trying to move people around because the trains are not running through the station here and it is one big mess. live in hoboken, i'm nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. septa says they are taking every precaution possible to make sure that a crash like that doesn't happen in pennsylvania. they installed positive train control, and a safety measure and is expected to be fully
implemented by the end of the year congressman dated that they be in place by the end of last year and then extended to 2018. >> today's crash is an eerie reminder of this scene in philadelphia just 16 months ago. on may 12th, 2015 eight people died and 200 injured when an amtrak train derailed. "action news" reporter, wendy saltzman is live at 30th street station with more on that story. >> reporter: well, this accident this morning is a reminder to many of these passengers when they get on the train in the morning or coming home in the afternoon they are putting their life in the hands of another person and after the tragedy in philadelphia, it has commuters in philadelphia wondering why more hasn't been done to avoid another derailment. the wreckage in 2015, eight lives lost when an engineer believed to be distracted hit a
curve going more than twice the speed limit. >> that is what happened in philadelphia and this morning in hoboken, some of the details are eerily similar. >> it's quite a concern because i ride the train every day. >> southwest philly resident sam hill drives more. >> i would rather be safe than sorry. >> and train travel is on the mines of area commuters. >> there say risk and you feel the risk. >> passengers are looking back to the 2015 crash and praying for today's victims. >> that this would happen again is unthinkable. >> attorneys tom klein ron, defended people in the amtrak crash, says that the derailment should be a wake-up call that more automatic safety controls are needed. >> speed kills and positive train control saves lives. >> in the aftermath of the
amtrak 188 crash, they were suppose to be installing positive train controls and speed mechanisms but for the engineers here and in new jersey today the change comes too late. >> i think they need to check out themselves more regularly to make sure the trains are safe. >> just a normal day for then all of a sudden you are not here now. >> although there has been an extension for the time on the railroads to install the positive train controls there is no doubt in light of this accident, the train and railroads will be pressured inputting the safe guards in safer before more lives are lost. i'm wendy saltzman, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. and we are continuing to monitor the investigation into the deadly new jersey transit crash this morning. updates continue through "action news" and the latest information available ash the clock at
6abc.com. and developing news out of delaware, a woman is charged with arson and murder in connection with a fire that killed two wilmington firefighters last saturday. according to court documents beatrice fana ruiz told investigators she was drunk and on anxiety medication when she got angry and lit the basement on fire. two firefighters died. and now a viewing is underway for fickes in hockessin, the views going until 8:00 this evening. fickes will be buried later this week. an 8-year-old boy and 13-year-old boy remain in critical condition after a stabbing rampage. in all authorities say that christopher soul attacked five
people. police opened fire because his hands were in his pockets leading them to believe he had a gun. and now the action cam saw people relying on umbrellas today as they walked through fairmount park. meteorologist cecily tynan is at the big board with more. >> reporter: we needed the rain and we are getting plenty of it. double scan live radar showing the wider picture, the cutoff low sitting over kentucky and it's trapped and can't push to the east and will lift up to the north later tomorrow but until it does we have this fetch off the ocean and we have rain and some is very heavy, you see the batch of heavy rain moving through south jersey and delaware and pivoting to the north and west. the northwest suburbs is getting into some of this action as we head through tonight. so far the heaviest rain is south of the viewing area.
philadelphia less than a .5 inch. 2 to 4 in the orange and south of our viewing area, parts of sussex county more than 6 inches of rain. with this rain we have the potential for some flash flooding. so a flash flood watch is posted for the i-95 corridor all areas to the south and east until 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. as more heavy rain moves in and i say turn around and don't drown, don't drive through any flooded roads and the wind gusts, they will not diminish until tomorrow during the day and dover reporting a wind gust of 45 miles per hour. i'll let you know when we break out the weather pattern coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you cecily. time for a check of our "action news" traffic report thursday night. lets take it live in the traffic center. >> schuylkill expressway westbound side both of our abled
vehicles out of the way. at the beyonce concert at coming off the schuylkill locked up to broad street at ridge avenue we had a disabled vehicle and that looks to be pushed out of the way and past grant there are downed wires where miller ale house is on the northbound side. and an accidents with a pedestrian on keystone and brooklawn in the glauser ter county area. and route 3 southbound north of turnpike is looking better. peopler ton browns mill is shut down and stick with 4 mile road to get around it. we have buckets of soggy situations out there. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> thank you matt. much more ahead on "action news" at 5:00, new details out of south carolina after yesterday's shooting at an elementary school sent three
officials in south carolina say that a teacher and two students shot at an elementary school were hit as they were leaving the building for recess. volunteer firefighter jaime brock tackled the 14-year-old suspect after the shooting. the suspect is also accused of shootingp killing his own father before heading to the school. no word on what charges he could face. health check tonight, after seven months of wrangling congress has approved more than a billion dollars in funding to fight the zika virus. part of a bigger measure to keep the government running through december. ali gorman is live at the big board. >> reporter: this comes just in time. health occed said they were days away from running out of money. of course the main focus is stopping the spread of the virus
and protecting pregnant women. with a strike of the gavel congress finally passed funding, $1.1 billion to fight the zika virus. less than the $1.9 billion that president obama requested. but as dr. tom freedan tweeted it will continue important work and help americans. it will be used for research and development of a vaccine and 400 million toward mosquito control and to reimburse state and local programs. one project at the university of miami is a device that works like a pregnancy test to diagnose zika within minutes. researchers have a prototype. >> you have a window -- >> but bringing it to doctors offices will need the federal
money. florida has 115 locally spread cases of zika and nationwide more than 3,000 people have been affected while traveling and close to 800 pregnant women in the continental u.s. with zika now at risk of having babies born with dirge defects. and in puerto rico, about 19,000 people are affected there and more than 1300 are pregnant. >> thank you ali. meantime the effort to turn center city into a bonafide operation got a boost today. a redevelopment grant to investment trust this afternoon. it will be used to transform the balancery mall to the fashion outlets of philadelphia. in addition to creating a 730,000 square foot retail space the project gives three blocks from 8 and street to 10th a much needed makeover. >> this is market street.
one of philadelphia's main streets. we need to make sure this street is as elegant as the main street of any other city anywhere else in the world. >> construction is expected to start next week and wrap up in 2018. back to the breaking news from north jersey. officials have identified the victim in the train crash. 34-year-old victoria died when the train plowed into the hoboken terminal. we are monitoring the investigation as soon as we get them on "action news."
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it was a big day for bruce springsteen fans, the boss himself made an appearance at a local book store for a meet and greet. >> "action news" reporter katherine scott was there. >> i love bruce more than my husband. >> who is surprised that fans started to line up hours before he was set to arrive at the central library on vine street. the second stop on his born to
run book tour. >> he is the best in rock 'n roll for me at least. >> he signed autographs. and you needed tickets for the event and all 1200 soldout in less than 10 minutes. read all about the boss in the 108 page memoir. they did not want to pass up the chance to see him in person. >> the robinsons flew up from tampa. >> thunder road is like the story of my youth. >> grammys and oscars and inducted in the rock 'n roll hall fame. he appreciates before his rise he was just a little boy from new jersey. >> that is another reason why we like him. he grew up the hard way and grew um-hummable and we can all
relate. >> you feel like is he part of the community rather than someone on the stage. >> born to run took eight years to write. they expect more great story telling. >> he tells stories of those that condition be told. that is an artist that is a gift to the world. >> the next stop is in seattle. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news."
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time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. >> the a dreary thursday and friday is dreary as well. i guess cecily? >> yes, and your umbrella may be your best friend and stormtracker 6 live double scan making a mess of the evening commute. the heavy rain over the new jersey turnpike an hour ago is focused along the blue route and the schuylkill expressway. that is all pushing to the north and west and we have another batch of heavier rain rolling across south jersey and that will also be pushing to the north and west and over the mouth of the delaware bay and fortescue and milford and cape may is getting in on the action. no thunder or lightning, this is just some very heavy rain, part of the reason why we are not
getting the thunderstorms, just too cool for that. temperatures holding in the low 60s they are there all day, we have the winds out of the northwest off the ocean and this is pulling in the moisture, satellite 6 along with action radar showing we are still dealing with waves of rain getting a break in the action in the far northern western suburbs, allentown not getting the rain but it's filling in north and west through the evening hours. wind advisory is posted along the shore until 6:00 tomorrow morning for wind gusts 35 to 50 miles per hour. and with the wind off the ocean it's pushing the water and piling it up and that means there is a possible of some coastal flooding tonight. a coastal flood warning is posted for moderate flooding the high tide between 7:00 and 9:00 and it is a new moon tomorrow night that means the tides are already pretty high. future tracker 6 showing as we head through the night the rain continues at 11:00 and we have rain, especially a heavy rain
around philadelphia and areas to the south. as we head through the overnight hours, much like last night waves of rain the morning commute allow extra time and the roads are wet and moderate rain east of philadelphia and then as we head through the day the rain diminishes with intensity but still showers around 5:00. how much rain are we talking about? north and east of philadelphia an additional inch to half inch of rain and areas sound and east an additional 1 to 3 inches. windy and cool again with a high of 66 and saturday it's better but still showers, may want to take the rain gear to the temple game. sun the better of the two days and mostly cloudy as we begin rosh hashanah, and tuesday should be beautiful and 72. in the meantime matthew is now a
adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again, here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. >> 30 seconds i walked into dunkin' donuts and as soon as i stood in line and looked to the left and heard like a kaboom. the whole place shook. just shook and everybody got quiet. >> new jersey transit train barrelled through its scheduled stop and straight into the terminal filled with waiting passengers in hoboken and a couple is accused of taking advantage of people's generosity. plus, the candidates focus on the battleground state with two months to go until the general election. >> as soon as i heard it it was right there in front of me and went through the bumper block and flew through the air and into the depot. >> it sounded like a bomb went off. >> how do you feel generally?
>> happy to be alive. >> the normal hustle and bustle at the hoboken train station quickly fell into chaos and confusion when train 1614 suddenly slammed straight into the station. >> local, state and federal investigators remain at the hoboken terminal. it's still very much an active scene. there are at least two heavily damaged train sections and structural damage to the train station as well as the roof. everybody is accounted for and now the investigation into the cause of crash is underway. >> we know that a woman standing on the platform is killed and now a new number, 114 were injured and several in critical condition including the train's engineer but is said to be released from the hospital. and transit officials are examining the condition of the knowledge transit line and it's not clear when they will be up and running. lets head to the satellite
center and reporter, alicia vitarelli. >> reporter: details are coming in at this hour. tonight we have finally learned the name of the victim. she was standing on the platform. her name fabiola de kroon bittar. a 30-year-old woman from hoboken and the engineer thomas gallagher, 34 yeared old. he was treated and released. and is cooperating with authorities. it was a harrowing morning for people in hoboken. >> the pictures show the aftermath at a busy train station at rush hour in knowledge just outside of new york city. it killed one person standing at the platform and the crash happened at 8:45 this morning. part of the roof of the terminal appears to have collapsed. the ntsb is sending teams to the scene and looking at all possible factors. >> operations mechanics, track,
signals, human performance and survival factors. >> the ntsb will look at similarities between this crash and the one that occurred at the same station in may of 2011. >> our specialists are working closely with local officials to assist them in their efforts to assist everyone. >> a freight engineer that witnessed the crash described what he saw. >> 30 seconded after it happened, i looked to the right and saw the train in the building and thought whoa, it had 20 come in at 30 miles per hour or more. >> he was in the front car when it crashed. >> it was a loud bang and then the lights went out. and then the roof came down on it. >> new jersey governor, chris christie offered his condolences and offered quick action. >> we pray for the one fatality that we have confirmed. we'll work together to make sure
the investigation is seamless and coordinated and come to a conclusion as quickly as possible. >> the big question tonight, is why was that train entering the station at a high rate of speed? investigators say they will look at a number of factors including human error and mechanical problems. >> all right alicia thank you. many people in the hoboken terminal when the new jersey transit train crashed posted these dramatic pictures. this shows the close call for one person. and this roof collapse as people stood around in shock and another man stood back and postd this on twitter showing the wires and glass and metal strewn all over the area. >> we are alerting you to updates all day through the 6 abc app, and you can find more photos taken by witnesses on the scene and raw video of the after
imagine of the crash and updated as the events unfold. meantime, we are waiting to hear the condition of a person shot in middletown, delaware today. crime scene tape surrounded a house on new street at noon time. police found one victim there and they have not made any arrests in the case. from our new jersey newsroom. a cape may couple is accused of taking advantage of the the kindness of strangers trying to help military veterans. that 29-year-old james osbourne and his wife 27-year-old jessica are accused of stealing bags of items from the donation bin. among the items they found were stolen pieces of jewelry worth $2,000 and mr. osbourne allegedly sold them to a pawnshop. now to the 2016 race to the white house with the presidential debate several days behind them.
hillary clinton and donald trump are focusing efforts on the swing states and hitting them hard. >> reporter: monica, we have just less than 40 days to go and both candidates are focusing in on the all important swing states practically crass crossing in the air. with less than two months to go both candidates are sprinting through as many must win states as possible. we are starting to vote in iowa today. >> hillary clinton is in iowa. as the state kicks off early voting. we have 40 days to win an election that will affect the next 40 years of our country. you, everyone of you can make the difference. >> rallying voters after a big show of unity from her team. from first lady michelle obama, the president cannot pop off or
lash out irrationally. no we need an adult in the white house. >> her formal rival bernie sanders standing by her side in new hampshire. >> it is imperative that we elect hillary clinton as our next president. >> and donald trump is speaking for himself. firing back at a campaign stop in new hampshire. this will be the year the american people say, finally enough is enough. going to start with new hampshire. >> trump is trying to push forward but he can't seem to escape the backlash from the debate. >> on o'reilly trump claiming victory. >> but a senior aide inside of his own campaign says that the candidate himself is to blame for his rocky performance. >> that source says that trump lost his nerve during the debate and any failures are due to a lack of execution and not preparation but goes on to say that the campaign has plenty of
time to prepare for the next two debates. channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. libertarian nominee held a rally, a former governor of massachusetts runing along side gary johnson of new jersey. and that they are not voters only choices this election. can you get breaking alerts available at the apple and google play stores. >> in the meantime, federal investigators at the ntsb. are on the scene of the train crash in hoboken, new jersey, holding a news briefing and if you would like to listen to it, we are streaming it for you at 6abc.com. >> time now is to get a check of the traffic scene. thursday night and a wet one. >> national coffee day get some before you head home.
you need to be wide away. 695 they are towing away a vehicle that was sideways, all southbound lanes are reopening but the bad news is the damage is done, an absolute parking lot from cornwell heights from this point at cotman to bridge street, 71 minutes an hour and 11 minutes to get from woodhaven to the vine. stay local on frank fort avenue. and stay on the boulevard to the beyonce concert. this is buck county route 1, the not so super highway. southbound of business 1 takes out the right labor south of 213, in delco and a lot of communities look like this, downed wires everywhere college road and chester pike in ridley township. and in here in mount laurel a downed telephone pole and 70 would be a better bet and the
river line is not running at walter ran, and that is because of switching problems. the northeast corridor is on time but not running in hoboken. >> thank you matt. see you tomorrow. still to come tonight, eagles quarterback, carson wentz continues to rack up awards with his impressive play. >> and a new coast guard facility is making quite a splash. >> have you a lot of rain out there, a lot of puddles and flood watches and coastal flood warning and this rain, and it's not letting up any time soon. we'll let you know about additional rain to expect in the accuweather forecast. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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and no interceptions in the eagles three wins in september and now taking a break hunting in north dakota. went z is not the open one hunting this week, flexor cox also hunting and also named the nfc's player of the month on the defensive side of the ball. three sacks. two came against the steelers tying him for fifth in the league. we caught up with one of his teammates think they go will maintain the high level of play. >> we will keep on doing as long as we don't lose our focus or get comfortable at all. with this win we have to soak it in and get ready for detroit and we the same week and week out and we'll have a great season if we keep that mind set. >> dunkin' donuts on 1500 spring garden street fans are enjoying free coffee after every week. he is enjoying the doughnut but
not eating it. >> the sixers were held out of the scrimmage this morning for what is termed load management. he has a lot of new guys but the mostion underrated, known as one of the best point guards in the world outside of nba. >> am happy, it's a long way to be here. i am getting to know everybody on the team and it's difficult situation i have now because when i was in madrid, i knew everybody for a long time. so now it's kind of weird to start knowing everybody but so far very good. >> he has a bounce and pace to his game that he will be absolved in how i want to play well. >> one final road game for the
phils and then return home for three with the mets. the team has a pregame ceremony to honor ryan howard before his game on sunday. and the temple is getting ready to host smu and the conference opener for both as well. i spoke with coach rule about the road ahead. >> it's all conference games from here on out. where do you see this team going? >> well, you know i hope we find a way to go each week by focusing in on that game and that opponent. but what better way than a team that is 2-2, and we want to go out each week and find a way to win no matter what it takes. >> more with me and the coach as we preview temple on temple football play book here on channel 6. >> i am 1-on that show. i have that and the green dress
working. >> thank you jaime. another night of drama on 6 abc prime time with an all new ep side of "grey's anatomy" and then the keating five return with "how to get away with murder." >> she turned 32 years in prison and was denied patrol six times. we'll fight to get her free because irene was sexually and physically abused during their 10 year marriage. >> they are taking on the case of irene who killed her abusive husband. the job is to convince the parole board to set her free. so get ready for an exciting night in prime time. 8:00 "grey's anatomy" and notorious at 9:00 and then "how to get away with murder" at 10:00 and "action news" at 11:00.
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robertssada. adam joseph is here with the forecast. >> it's a day to curl up and take a nap. >> nap? look agent stormtracker 6 live double scan we need the rain and are getting a good bit of it here south and east of philadelphia, most of the day north and west of philly we deal with scattered light showers and mist and drizzle and some very strong winds throughout the day as well. it's a wind driven rain at this point. soaking all roadways even north and west of philadelphia now, areas that saw just mist or drizzle most of the day getting more steady rainfall across 422 and malvern in center city and quakertown now with steady rainfall and all of this is moving in from the southeast to the north and west and moisture
that continues to funnel in off the ocean and the bay here. you can see pockets of rainfall southern delaware and southern parts of new jersey, and dover and fortescue 3 to 6 inches of rain from last night to today. and an additional 3 inches likely in the southern areas tonight alone. 62 in allentown un63 in philadelphia and 64 in dover. we have the win out of the northeast, and that drives right through your body. it is extremely damp out there and the winds gusting to 33 in the last hour for philadelphia and 31 in wilmington and near 40 in dover. and 35 at the atlantic city airport and the winds remain on the strong side overnight tonight and they slowly ease tomorrow afternoon. low pressure is out near cincinnati. this is where we have more convective precipitation.
what is happening here the winds around the low along the high near quebec is pulling in the winds from the ocean and adding more moisture. as we look at future tracker 6 tonight, little change to now. light rains to the northern and heavy rains philadelphia south and east. and that continues tomorrow morning and break as part a little bit and another wet morning rush tomorrow an low a lot of extra time for work and school on your friday morning. friday afternoon it's breaking apart more and still misting or drizzling or light scattered showers and this pattern will be stubborn to break. at the coast big concerns with coastal flooding and moderate for the next round of high tide. 1 to 3 feet above average and 40 to 55 miles per hour winds and the next high tide is 7:00 until 9:00 this evening.
we have hurricane matthew with winds sustained at 75 miles per hour and it make a sharp turn to the north over cuba going into early next weeks that is. tuesday afternoon a category 2 heading towards the bahamas, after that all bets are off as to where it will go. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast periods of rain and windy and 66 degrees and breezy with left over showers and dreary on saturday. and a few peeks of sun on sunday and mainly cloudy and 75 and we'll try to get rid of these showers by the second half of the weekend. and it turns warmer and brighter, monday, tuesday and wednesday and temperatures in the 70s and clouds up on thursday. and we have to watch on the east coast at that time for matthew. the 2016 conference for women is on the way, and 6 abc is the proud media sponsor.
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news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist cecily tynan, and jim gardner. metal on metal on metal, you felt it and heard it. i hit the wall. >> horrendous exploding noise and electrical wires and the train flying into the depot. >> it sounded like a bomb when off. the train flew in and never
stopped. >> in fact the train came in much too fast before it crashed through the end of the line barrier at the hudson terminal near new york. it caused destruction and death and many injuries. it's thursday night and the big story is the investigation into the brutal accidents in hoboken, new jersey. authorities have no idea why the train came in too fast and didn't stop. but they know this at least one person was killed. fabiola de kroon bittar was hit by debris on the platform. and 114 people were injured and 50 were taken to the hospital. the train left spring valley new york at 7:23 and crashed in hoboken at 8:45. nora muchanic and chad pradelli