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the present forecast but we'll give you what we know at this point. right now the hurricane still a category 4, wind sustained at 145 miles per hour. it's now past haiti where they got nearly 30 inches of rain and you can see the eye of matthew redevelop over the waters. it has a classic look as it is about to hit the southern tip of cuba and head towards the bahamas. we have hurricane warnings for the turks and caicos, the entire bahamas chain as well as southern cuba and now hurricane watches on the east coast of florida, where the official track of matthew comes very close to the shores of florida. by wednesday evening, still a category 4 hurricane as it blasts through the bahamas, it comes close to the coast of florida here early friday morning and then this is the official track of the hurricane
center, making landfall saturday morning, category 2 winds of 105 miles per hour. and then it heads to the north and east. just south of the delaware and new jersey coastline by sunday morning, winds of 90 miles per hour, we have to remember this area in red is the cone of uncertainty, it could go far left or far right in this area. there are a couple of ingredients that have to come together. >> when we decide where matthew is going to head we have to look at the 500 millibar charts. this is what is going on the in the atmosphere 18,000 feet. it works from the top down and this is matthew, it's working up the coast and there is high pressure off to the east a strong ridge that is pushing matthew towards the east coast and at the same time this is the cold front a trough, how they interact will depend or decide where matthew heads.
if this trough is strong it can kick the storm out to sea and we'll miss out on the major effects of the storm. and there are models that show this trough is weaker and that will pull the tropical moisture north and steer the storm up the coast. we want to show you spaghetti plots, they have shifted over the last few hours to the east. if that trend holds, what is good news for us. unfortunately in the past few days, we saw waffling back and forth with four days to go, it will likely continue to shift back and forth. this is what has changed since yesterday. the speed of the storm. yesterday it looks like matthew would affect us sunday into monday and now the potential for heavy rain on saturday. the storm looks to shift offshore, but a storm of that size, a category 1, would cause heavy rip current and rough
surf. we'll have more on how it will affect our weekend forecast. >> thank you cecily. the impacts from hurricane matthew is still a few days away. as you may expect local shore towns are keeping a close eye on the storm's path. bob brooks live now on the beach in atlantic city with that part of the story. >> reporter: sharrie, any time a storm of this size could be on the way there is a lot of concern and some of that directed towards here in atlantic city, beach erosion and when a storm is on the way they worry about that. and we spoke with people up and down the shore. their minds are not made up. some are worried and some not so much. >> suspect it could be 100 miles per hour winds. >> nelson and kate baker are living in ocean city for a long time. they have seen a lot of storms and typically stay home to ride it out. >> we have sat out four
hurricanes in ocean city and we are not decided what we'll do on this one. it's a good chance we'll stay. >> with another storm, hurricane matthew potentially on the way, kay says she is not worried about. >> we have lived here for 50 years and nothing has happened. >> beach erosion like that on fif fifth street is a problem in ocean city. they will keep an eye on matthew and if it gets closer they will start to act. in brigantine they have started with preparation, barriers have gone up to prevent the ocean from spilling over the bulkhead. chuck mullen heard the equipment. but like others after hurricane sandy it's best to be prepared. >> have you to be proactive once the hurricane hits. or even bad weather. >> this is what it looks like at
every entrance at brigantine, they have piled up sand several feet so the water can't get over if the storm comes. he will not stick around if matthew even comes close. >> back out live here, i know we don't know exactly what hurricane matthew is going to do at this point but throughout the day people came up to me asking about the storm. it's definitely what everyone down at the shore is talking about today. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> all right thank you. meanwhile, south carolina's governor announced an evacuation plan ahead of the hurricane. nikki haley has a plan to evacuate 1 million people along the coast. and in florida, rick scott is urgi urging residents to make preparations and has declared a state of emergency and may give
evacuation orders as early as tonight. all that comes in the wake of destruction wrought by matthew in haiti. the first category 4 hurricane to hit that island nation in more than 50 years. they are not in the clear, we are learn that at least four people have died there and an emergency operation says that three children died when the walls of their home collapsed. and an elderly person lost their life. tens of thousands of people in haiti live in area prone to flooding and mudslides. >> check back often for the latest on matthew's track. use twitter and facebook to stay connected to our meteorologists that post any major updates as they come in. >> turning now to the race for the white house. >> hillary clinton was in delaware county today touting the ways that she will help families and children if she is
elected president. the town meeting was at the haver ton community center. >> this is a pro clinton camp no doubt about it. it's on policy issues like family medical leave and college costs. a supportive partisan crowd greets hillary and daughter chelsea, elizabeth banks called on audience members. to the topic raised by this 15-year-old. >> at my school body image is an issue for girls my age, i see with my own eyes the damage that donald trump does when he talks about women and how they look. as president how will you undue that damage? >> clinton's response in part is that young women are being influenced at earlier ages.
>> by messages from the media, forget your mind or your heart care only about what you look like because that is all we care about. we have to stand up against that, women and men and mothers and fathers and teachers and everybody. >> another topic the issue of black lives matter and deadly police involved shooting. >> we need everybody to work on deescalating situations. understanding what we all face because remember that people are scared on both sides of those transactions. and it's important that we work with our communities and work with our police -- and do everything we can to try to create a bigger zone of safety. >> reporter: well, another popular issue for this crowd today delicious's proposal for free college tuition.
and students from households making up to $125,000 a year. john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> all right john thank you. >> while hillary clinton was here in pennsylvania, republican presidential candidate, donald trump held a round table discussion in denver colorado. at the event at the denver center, he said there is a tremendous problem with relations having an affect on the energy. he presented his plan, and said if hillary clinton wins she will quote, double the regulations and put you all out of business. >> and auto eyes tonight are of course on the vice presidential candidates as they take center stage for their first and only debate. democratic candidate, tim kaine and republican candidate mike pence will square off at longwood university in virginia
tonight. a new cnn poll fineds that 47% of americans either can't name either party candidates names, tonight is the big night to introduce themselves and make their mark, you can watch it here on 6 abc. live coverage from farmwood university for the 90 minute vice presidential face-off and it's first and only begins at 9:00 p.m. right here on 6 abc. >> people are hanging on to ever word tonight. >> thank you. it is time now for the "action news" traffic report. lets do it, matt pellman is standing by with the first check. >> whether or not you like the tuesday trip home is debatable for sure. live at the conshohocken curve, this is the schuylkill expressway just building volume in both directions but we watch the westbound travel time climb getting reports of a crash near westbound montgomery drive. we'll talk about that in a second. for now in kennett township,
downed wires on top of a tractor trailer and old kennett road is shut down. and a pair of accidents involving pedestrians, one in aston and the other in middletown township, buck county along 313 along wood burn road. watch out for people walking around this afternoon. a water main break is blocking 541 and camden a crash at northbound collins wood avenue. it doesn't seem to slow us down too much. coming into new jersey via the walt whitman bridge. lets grab the ipad. the schuylkill expressway westbound approaching montgomery drive just 9 miles per hour because of an accident heading toward the boulevard. we'll check it again coming up in the next half hour. >> see you then thank you. still ahead on "action news"
a hissing so loud that both reads and officials said they knew an explosion was imminent. scary moments in paterson, new jersey when two houses exploded and as you can see they are completely flattened lefted to the ground. they are looking into whether a gas leak is to blame. the gas leak destroyed the two homes sending debris flying across the street. residents called 911 saying they smelled gas and then the hissing sound that started amplifying,
luckily they evacuated all the nearby homes before the explosion. >> they could hear the gas and the gas hissing out and obviously they did a rapid evacuation as safely and efficiently as they can. >> can't explain, it's unbelievable. the whole ground shaking. it's unbelievable. >> just one of the residents helping people get out before the explosion and 11 people lived in the two homes that were destroyed and 15 other homes on the block were also damaged in the blast, 10 firefighters are being evaluated at hospitals for minor injuries, but incredibly no major injuries were reported because everyone was out before those houses exploded. >> that is the good news there. a witness took the stand today alleging governors chris christie and governor cuomo discussed fallout from the bridge gate scandal.
he stated that the two governors issued the record saying that the lane closures that brought traffic to a halt was because of a traffic studiy. and governor cuomo denies the allegations. they say it was done to punish a mayor that did not endorse chris christie's re-election bid. and pope francis went to italy to pray with victims of the earthquake. he went to the hardest hit area of town that is still closed because of security concerns. pope francis wanted the trip kept under wraps so he could be close to the people impacted. now to the closing numbers on wall street, the dow falling 85 points and the nasdaq off
11.25 points and the s&p down nearly 11 points on the day. and back on battleship new jersey, people were there to find a job. the action cam was on the deck of that ship with 30 local employers including verizon and university of pennsylvania. they took part in a job fair and the event was free and open to all active duty service members as well as veterans and military spouses. >> it's time for a check of the accuweather forecast. >> we turn now to immediate lift, adam joseph keeping an eye on all of it. a lot of clouds and we saw the return of some sun late in the morning and the clouds racing back in with an easterly wind. sky 6 hd through convenientner and margate and seas are rough with winds out of the east northwest. temperature-wise mid up toer 60s, that is everybody similar from allentown to millville. 65 to 67 degrees and right along
the shore 66 is the number from long beach island to cape may. we have the morning fog and breaks of sun and the clouds how they have filtered in from southern new england and continuing to make that journey and until we break that easterly wind, we see the clouds and low lying fog, tonight mostly cloudy and areas of fog developing, 48 in the suburbs and 55 for center city with the northeasterly wind from 5 to 10 miles per hour. future tracker 6 tomorrow morning as we wake up and many areas of fog and low lying clouds at 8:00, breaking for sun especially north of philadelphia and as we go into the afternoon you see how the clouds continue to push from the northeastly direction and by the latter part of the afternoon hopefully we start to push the cloud line farther to the south and more in the way of sunshine north and west tomorrow and another cloudy
day in is southern new jersey and southern parts of delaware. temperature-wise, a little warmer than today. temperatures seasonable. 70 in wilmington and 72 in philadelphia and 73 in allentown and 69 in dover and 70 in millville. as we look at hurricane matthew, 90 miles south of eastern cuba, making landfall here late this evening and overnight tonight as a category 4 hurricane and winds sustained at 145 miles per hour this is as of the 2:00 update. we should get another update before 5:00 from the national hurricane center, moving to the north with a pressure of 949. look at the wind structure with the storm. these are sustained winds, cuba expecting 110 miles per hour sustained winds. and haiti dealing with hurricane force. and the red is major hurricane force. as it goes towards the bahamas at 1:30 on thursday morning, we
start to see the major hurricane winds start to shrink a bit and being battered by 10 to 12 inches of rain and a 10 foot storm surge, the core of the wins start to wedge into northern parts of florida and thereafter things are all over the place and two scenarios for you, in the next half hour what could happen after the carolinas, your four day at 4:00 forecast, morning fog and partly sunny to the north and south at 72. morning sun and 75 degrees and clouds on friday, and saturday is the day we watch the possibility of clouds coming up. as well as a cold front coming in from the west and we are developing rain around here and we have the two scenarios and the seven-day forecast. we get the update from the hurricane center in the next half hour or so. >> thank you. still ahead on "action news," an armed robber makes
demands of grocery store employees, the images police want you to see. plus a warning for companies offering cash for electronics, hear from one local woman that sent in her local devices but says got nothing in return. do you believe in haunted houses? we'll take you inside the oldest hotel in texas, they say they have old guests that refuse to check out.
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man stormed into a business in german town and held the employees at gun point. employees were about to close the store when the man forced two of them to lie on the floor, police say he then pointed his gun at a third person and demanded cash from the register. he ran from the scene after
being given money. and the judge sets bail for 18-year-old tiehan brown, in the death of gabrielle carter. while her mother cried openly in court. brown was aiming for another man and gabby was killed instead. cell phone records put brown at the scene and after the shooting brown fled to a relatives home in tennessee where he was arrested. >> there is a new woman in charge of fighting domestic violence in philadelphia. appointed to the newly created position, she is now in charge of improving the services available to victims including emergency housing. >> last year the philadelphia domestic violence hot line had to turn away 14,000 requests for safe shelter due to lack of capacity for the safe havens for
domestic violence. >> mayor jim kenney says that the new role will help tackle the emergency shelter shortfall and help to coordinate all the city's resources. there is still more to come in afternoon. a gold medal para olympian is returning to the hospital that helped her recover from a spinal cord injury. >> lots of websites promise to buy back your electronics. but before you send out your device we have a warning coming up in what's the deal. approve this message.
"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, alicia vitarelli, sharrie williams and brian taff. >> hello again 4:30 now and "action news" is on for the search for robbers that stole clothing from a philadelphia store and assaulted a worker inside. >> plus, deadly shootings are on the rise in one normally quiet town. >> and just 17 years old he is an author but before his success he battled a learning disability that affects many young people. but first hurricane matthew has proven to be a deadly storm and remains a strong category 4, matthew is on track to head to the atlantic toward the east coast. down in florida the governor declared a state of emergency in every county and in south carolina all the coastal communities more than a million people in all are being evacuated starting tomorrow.
>> the hurricane hit the island of haiti this morning lashing the western shores with 145 miles per hour winds and the officials in the dominican republic report that four people died. >> lets get the latest from adam joseph at the "action news" big board. >> we are tracking matthew just past haiti, category 4 hurricane. winds sustained at 145 miles per hour and on the verge of hitting southeast cuba and then heading to the bahamas, there was no eye after it past haiti and now an eye is popping up indicating that the storm is still extremely dangerous and whenever there is an eye, it just indicates that this storm continues to hold its intensity and if not strengthening even further. dangerous flooding expected for cuba and the bahamas, 4:00 here
this evening, there is the storm, you see the circulation wrapping around it on the southern part of cuba, 8 to 12 inches for southern cuba and the same for the bahamas, a storm surge of 10 to 15 feet. the storm spirals up to the bahamas here at 10:00 wednesday evening and same thing for the rainfall and storm surge as it pushes to the northeasterly direction. we have hurricane watches in effect from the turks and caicos through the bahamas and a hurricane watch for the east coast of florida. as we look at the spaghetti plots, thereafter the bahamas it comes close to making landfall in the bahamas, late friday night early saturday morning but with the latest indications from the models this morning, many of these tracks as you can see are further off our coast.
only two tracks that keep it inland along the new jersey and delaware shore line, this is good news temporarily that it has pushed to the east but this continues to waffle back and forth and we have four days for this to continue to change. we'll have more on the exact track from the hurricane center, we'll get the update soon coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you. be sure to follow the path of hurricane many you any time at 6abc.com, there you can fine our interactive hurricane tracker that shows you where the storm is expected to strike next. and get the latest on any impact matthew can have on our area. there say surge of deadly violence in coatesville, police say they know what is behind the crime and is working to firm the troubled community. vernon odom has the story. >> i heard a lot of gunshots and pulled everyone in the household and they hit the floor. don't go to the windows or near
the doors. >> maurice turner is an angry and frighten residents in coatesville. bringing the homicide to 7 the number of murders this year, the fourth in turner's neighborhood off lincoln highway in the last five days, it happened at 6:30. >> multiple gunshots, one victim. still light out, and we know for a fact that there were several dozen people that witnessed this homicide. >> this is a shocking rash right now. that our community is inundated with the nonsense, we can't afford it and we don't want and we won't tolerate it. >> the da is looking into the cases as well. all the indications are that all the homicides are related to drug trafficking, mostly in coatesville's east end. >> it's a shame because this is a nice little community. and a lot of stuff happening out
here starts at home. the police chief is battling a factor with the no snitchmentsality. he is trying to work with the community. >> i believe that the police may have to get out of their cars. you know, at some point in time especially in a neighborhood like this. >> three of the seven homicide cases have been cleared. the d.a. posted a $2500 reward for information that leads to arrest and conviction for last night's murder. they set up a site to give anonymous leads on who the killers are. vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> authorities have identified the man killed during a police standoff at the jersey shore. members of an atlantic county s.w.a.t. team hit feather outside of his home last night. he fired shots at a neighbor's
house and pointed the weapon at an s.w.a.t. team. officers fired multiple shots, killing hip and the incident is now under investigation by the states attorney general office. a man and woman are caught on surveillance camera stealing from a store in south philadelphia. the images were captured on november 22nd on pierce street. police say that the suspects put several items of clothing in a backpack and took boxes of head phones as well. when the employee confronted one of the suspects, that person sprayed the worker with pepper spray and purge punched them as well. she is one of the best swimmers in the world and today she came back to philadelphia where she overcame one of the toughest feats of her life. michelle won four medals including gold at the paralympic games in brazil. today she brought her medals and story back to magee medical
center. michelle was a division one college swimmer when she fell five stories and injured her spinal cord. she came to magee and had therapy and rehab and worked to walk all over again and learned to swim again but her condition was still diagnosed as a disability. and she went on to break a world record in the paralympic games. police in the poconos have more information on the case of a missing girl that disappeared almost three years ago. monica malpass is live now in the newsroom with this story. >> holly grim has not been seen since november 22nd of 2013, but we have new details in her disappear an and what her mother is saying in her first interview with "action news" after police are searching a new site. and on health check, the security flew inside of a medical device, it has a major
company warning 100,000 patients that they may be vulnerable to a hacking. we'll have those stories tonight at 5:00. see you both then. >> thank you. well, in this week's your life segment we look at a teenager that discovered at a young age following a traditional learning path doesn't get you where you want to go. we have more on the teen that overcame challenges and is now officially an author. >> a great story. you see the book it's right lindh me called a millennium world. he dedicated pages to why he and his tech savvy peers led to one of the most misunderstood generations. >> he is only 17. >> i don't take my age as a
barrier and i don't allow that to stop me from doing anything i want. >> that is not the only barrier he faced. in middle school he was diagnosed with dyslexia. >> i could read it it but the comprehension i could not understand the words on paper. >> he is now an avid reader and budding entrepreneur. and one is a clothing brand called opportunity rise he started with a fellow classmate sophia gross. >> what better way to promote a business than people wearing our stuff. the message goes to kids with learning differences, both are just teenagers but have raised thousands through the business and given pep talks, and they have given them the confidence and learning schools for what they believed was unattainable. >> success breeds confidence and that is important for us. they started aim in 2006 and
both daughters had learning differences and both were inspired for a learning path for children that learn differently. >> the mantra is we teach literacy all day long but we really bant to look at the whole child and make sure the tal ens don't get puryed inside. that is why we get excited when andrew has the opportunity. this is just one example of the many strengths that our students have. >> andrew acknowledges aim in his book saying aim is the reason i can read and have a passion for entrepreneurship. >> now aim is a private first through 12th great school with a tuition that begins at $32,000 a year but students can receive financial assistance. they are starting a pilot program in two philadelphia schools, head to my facebook page later tonight and i'll post a picture of andrew and his mom
who have advice pour parents and kids with learning disabilities. thank you. still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, legends and new faces in the world of golf all gather to say farewell to the king arnold palmer. >> a toy maker is changing the experience of owning a pet. details on the robot dogs and cats that could become new companions for so many. and adam joseph is back with the full forecast from accuweather. the latest from hurricane matthew next.
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april. she appealed the ruling say that she didn't know her medicine was on the banned substance list and they agreed to shave 9 months off the sentence. and now friends and family gathers to say good-bye to arnold palmer. to remember the 62 time pga tour legend. jack nicholas got emotional talking about his friend. his family held a private service last thursday. big talkers now, with halloween around the bend, haunts houses are always the thing right? well in texas the owners of the oldest hotel in the state says it's seriousy haunted and they have proof. they say it's ghosts caught on camera. jim and eddie are the own yous, they bought the hotel they were
not informed that it came with guests of the super natural kind. >> jim popped the cork and we started to pour the champagne into the glass and when we did all the doors slammed closed and we got this cold breeze right between us, and he turned to me and said so much for not being haunted. >> a cold breeze and they don't have air conditioning. do the imagine. they hear loud noises and whistling and smell strong perfume and they have paranormal guests not willing to check out. now they host haunted house tours. got to stay in business right? >> if you want a pet without the mess, this is the next best thing, four legs and wagging tail and batteries not included. hazbro created this life like robotic dog, it barks and answers commands and they say these pets are meant to ease the loneliness of kids and elderly.
and they make dogs and cats too and they sell for $100 and hey no cleanup, no doggy bags or litter. >> get a snuggle there. >> that is the best part. no question. lets get another check of the roads tonight. matt pellman is it standing by in the traffic center with an update. >> you are not going to be lonely but growling at the schuylkill westbound this afternoon. have you company from bear avenue to past girard. the accident in the left lane, coming out of the city this afternoon use the river drives, unless you like speeds of 6 miles per hour on the westbound schuylkill and the westbound schuylkill delays are spilling ban on to the westbound vine. that is solid to 76. coming away from the vine on 95. just some typical afternoon slowing, the northbound travel time 8 minutes more than what it
ideally should be. but in middletown township buck county by core creek park we watch a crash blocking yangly, yardley road. and the crash involving the pedestrian at bridge town pike is cleared out. and kennett township downed wires blocking old kennett road. and bear, delaware, by lester's garden stenter look for a crash at 71 at bear corporate road. we'll check it again in the 5:00 hour. >> matt, thank you. week four on "dancing with the stars" brought you routines inspired by the imaginecal world of cirque du soleil, laurie hernandez and her dancing pro did a jazz routine that wowed the judges and got a perfect
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meteorologist, adam joseph, now hurricane matthew is a monster storm but there are a lot of questions. >> we have four and a half days before it can skirt our coastline somewhere. and a lot will change. we get updates from the models twice and three times a day and it will continue to change. as we take a look at the latest. stormtracker 6 live double scan locally we have a lot of clouds and a couple of patchy drizzle in parts in burlington and ocean county coming out of the northeast locking in the low level moisture of the clouds
this afternoon and the fog this morning. temperature-wise mid to upper 60s across the board and only in the upper 50s in the poconos. satellite and radar, we did have some sun return after the fog burned off and low clouds this morning. and then the clouds rushed back in with the wind coming in off the atlantic and high clouds from the south we are being merged by the two. clouds stick around and areas of fog redevelop once again and if you have seen fog the last couple of mornings, expect it again tomorrow morning, 48 to 55 degrees for the overnight low. tomorrow we have a similar story the storm will reemerge late morning especially north of philadelphia through the afternoon. 73 allentown and 72 philadelphia and 69 in dover and 70 in millville and upper 60s along the shore. a couple of scenarios of what could or could not happen with matthew as we are watching him. scenario number one. it could push directly up the coast past the carolinas. that would indicate that we have
the cold front which is going to be in the upper part of the atmosphere over the weekend. this is the weekend time frame. if the trough is too week, it moves the hurricane up the coastline and strong gusty winds saturday into sunday and heavy rains rough surf and possibly to moderate to major beach erosion, and some models are saying this and indicating that with this morning that the trough is very strong and as it pushes in over the weekend it pushes it off to sea and breezy with rain still around here and the heaviest stays off the shore and the surf stays rough with some beach erosion but not much in the way of coastal flooding. the update is not out yet but this is it from 2:00 p.m. s. winds sustained at 45 miles per hour and curves over the bahamas as a category 4.
and you watch the track east of florida friday morning, this could go anywhere within the red zone, called the cone of uncertainty. the weather service put the track in the mid of the cone and hits the carolinas early saturday morning and then the curve out to sea, does it go out to sea in this area or to the north and west. all of that will be changing over the next several days, but too close by to say for sure. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast morning fog and returning sun tomorrow, at 72, and fog again early on thursday morning and then sunny in the afternoon and 75, partly sunny friday and 76 and we watch the weekend no matter what the track it looks like clouds come in with some rain over the weekend weather, out to sea or not. especially saturday of 73. could be lingering rain if it's closer by on sunday at 67 and we start to dry out columbus day at the beginning of the next week.
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7 is on the market people are trying to cash in on their old cell phones. nydia han has a warning. >> a lot of markets try to buy back your device, cash for iphones, cash for laptops smart phone traders and sell your cell. the federal trade commission says they became the victim of a bait and switch. they offer to buy back the
device and drop the price back when they offer to send the device in. and the companies responsible for these is not the only ones that consumers are complaining about. >> and they say get paid fast. but that is not what donna o'brien is finding. she sent back a mack and laptop. and her shipment was received and signed for. >> when i went on the website, it said just awaiting the payment to be shipped out and confirmed the $455 there. >> so where is her money, o'brien emailed the company but no response on her payment. >> it's frustrating and i have sent emails since then too and continue to get no response. guru has an f rating and some
customers complain that checks they received bounced. the lesson learned here. >> do more research than i did. >> we reached out to goozu. for more on these websites go to my facebook page. >> good to know. that will do it for "action news." for sharrie williams, alicia vitarelli and adam joseph i'm brian taff. hope you'll join me with sharrie and adam and ducis rogers tonight and every night. for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. hurricane matthew has lashed the caribbean with high winds and rain and the deadly storm only continues to rage on. many you has made its landfall in haiti and now its sights are set on cuba and the bahamas. after that matthew's exact path is unclear. >> but it could take a hit at
the shore while still at hurricane strength. >> the big story is where that storm is headed next. we have team coverage, our meteorologists tracking matthew as it turns to the u.s. and cecily tynan starts us off this evening live at the big board with the latest. >> reporter: matthew made landfall over the southern tip of haiti this morning as a category 4 hurricane, first time since 1964. now this storm a powerful 4 hurricane is setting its sights on cuba, you see the high clearly there, close to the coast of cuba, maximum sustained winds, the hurricane warnings are extended through haiti and the bahamas, and we have hurricane watches and tropical storm watches now for parts of florida, because eastern florida could be within the track of this storm system. this is the latest on hurricane matthew, 30