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earlier today. and kelly ripa reveals who is closer to being one of her cohosts for the day. two people from our area found out if they made the cut. now the details, a collision overnight that killed two teenagers. it happened on the roosevelt boulevard at front street. katherine scott was following the investigation. >> both of the drivers survive but two teenage passengers lost their lives. and now authorities said what led up to the crash. >> i heard the impact, metal on metal. sterling scott rushed from the feltonville home at 12:30 a.m. the 18-year-old driver was trying to climb out of the vehicle. >> he said give me a hand and we helped him out. >> but a 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old man were trapped. scott called 911.
>> two people were trapped in the back of the vehicle and both sides were crushed in and there was no way to get out. the hyundai was traveling south on the out lanes of roosevelt boulevard and ran the red light at front street and a ford explorer struck the hyundai that slammed into the traffic light. 19-year-old died at the hospital and the 17-year-old at the scene. >> where she was sitting was where the vehicle struck the light pole. the suv came up the embankment and rolled to a stop. no word in charges will be filed. >> they hit me, they hit me. i said calm down. >> both drivers were injured and taken to the hospital in stable condition. investigators are speaking to the drivers to see if they can find out more about what happened. katherine scott can channel 6 "action news" police say that speeding played a role in this accident
inairmount park. it was bear corbett road here. the man was rushed to christiana hospital for treatment. philadelphia police arrested tyrone thomas in connection for several burglaries, police say that thomas stole laptop commuters from center city philadelphia. they were eventually able to link him to crimes. >> the feel of fall has settled in but may not last too long. we may soon flashback to summer like temperatures and nothing too hot is coming for the weekend though as we look at sky 6 hd from penn's landing a pretty picture this afternoon. david murphy is off and melissa magee as a look at the accuweather forecast. nice autumnal temperatures.
>> you'll like it rick. ample sunshine on the way and a bright, blue sky. lets look at the numbers, 59 for philadelphia and poconos 53 and 58 in dover and 60 in wilmington. here is satellite 6 along with action radar really dry and quiet thanks to a dominating ridge of high pressure, a few clouds off to the south and west and all in all we stay rain free on our friday, the afternoon and evening forecast, 2:00 today a temperature of 62, bright and sunny at 4:00 p.m. with a number of 64, back down to 60 this evening and at 8:00 and 10:00 tonight. a mostly clear sky with temperatures in the lower 50s. speaking of tonight the temperatures cool down, a frost advisory that was issued from 9:00 a.m. until saturday down to coatesville. also the pine barren of new jersey and the interior section
of new jersey, a good idea to cover up your plantses and sensitive vegetation. the weekend call gets better, a high of 67 and milder on sunday with a high of 73 degrees, if you like the 70s and need a throw back to summer warmth that is headed our way. we'll let you know when that will occur and taking a run at the 80s next week. details coming up with the accuweather forecast. >> thank you. parts of the south are still realing from hurricane matthew, it's a week after it's storm moved offshore. this is drone video from a flooded neighborhood in georgia. >> reporter: for the second time in just a week, it's town of kingston is wading through floodwaters. the first time there was not much time to prepare. hurricane matthew dumped a lot of rain on an already saturated city causing flash flooding.
and some rivers have yet to crash. 30 people were killed in the u.s. and 22 in north carolina. 400 homes are in the flood zone this time as the river reaches the crestover night. >> what is amazing the worst disaster in our community's history was hurricane floyd it may be the very thing that saved lives this time around and so many homes were bought out and demolished. >> reporter: in lumberton luck is hard to come by. when firefighters took joseph to check out his house. his house build nearly five feet off the ground was dry. >> other people were flooded. >> how did that make you feel? >> heart broken for them. >> this man is confident he will
rebuild. >> sad it happened. whatever the good lord has, you have to take it, and -- >> there are more than 200 people in the kingston area in shelters. and the mayor expects them to be in the shelters for a week possibly two. i asked them what the biggest challenge is right now, it's trying to manage all the people that stepped up to volunteer for those that need help. i'm scott mcclain. >> back here the town of lumberton, pennsylvania are having a drive to help lumberton, north carolina. the town has been devastated by flooding from hurricane matthew, residents there have helped their sister city in new jersey several times including after sandy. politics now, president
obama is in cleveland, ohio, today campaigning for hillary clinton off the trail fund raising in seattle. the president quickly took aim at donald trump this morning saying that voting for him would rephrase all the gains of the last eight years and obama slammed trump for his business dealinged and his comments about women. >> he doesn't have the temperament or knowledge and doesn't seem to have the interest in acquiring the knowledge. that was before we heard him talking about how he treats women. >> meantime donald trump held a fundraiser in new york city with his running mate mike pence, it was closed to the press. and pence said that evidence exonerating trump would come out today. and trump continues to deny he
has done anything wrong. and had this to say. >> take a look, look at her and look at her words and tell me what you think? i don't think so. i don't think so. >> but the issue will not be laid to rest today. prominent attorney gloria allred is holding a news conference with another woman accusing trump of inappropriate sexual contact. and the candidates running for pennsylvania attorney general came to our studios to participate in a forum and you can see that moderated by anchor, matt o'donnell. we are getting closer to know which viewer will get to cohost a day with kelly ripa. both of our local contestants made it through. >> tina blizzard from norristown, new jersey. richard curtis -- >> today we are learning a new
recipe. >> think she meant perkasie and good luck to those two. we'll find out how they do in a later episode. coming up the kicker on pennsylvania state's football team talks about his battle off the field as a binge eater and businesses are making all things pumpkin. alicia vitarelli is here with the sweet treats for halloween when we come right back. planned parenthood.
i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. twin brothers cojoined at the head have been successfully separated. they underwent the procedure in the bronx. the 13-month-old twins were separated after nearly 17 hours of surgery. after more than five hours of individual surgery jayden is out of surgery and more than 100
professionals took part in the surgeries over the last two days. the kicker on penn state football team is talking about his struggle with binge eating. >> julius is a college football sensation, the pennsylvania state kicker's size and hits make the fans go crazy. what the fans love most about him is his size is what he secretly hated. >> i called myself fat, and disgusting and lazy. >> a secret he shared in a stunning facebook post. i have decided to go public about my absence from the team. >> he checked himself into a treatment center and found out why he was struggling for the past years.
>> i am joey julius and have an eating disorder. >> it's when people lose control of their eating, eating large amounts of food and eating fast and often done alone. >> how do you a man a collegiate football player know you have an eating disorder. >> you don't. >> people think they are women's problems. >> it's completely false. >> we all eat. are there fwis struggling with this and ashamed to come forward? >> yes, i would think so. i was one of them. 1 million women and men will suffer from an eating disorder at some point. >> being a college athlete pushed me towards the goal of correcting what was wrong with me. >> it would mean eating a salad in front of his teammates and
hiding food in his backpack and going back to his room and eating fried food and binging. >> there were times i would cry. >> was there a moment joey when you thought it could kill you? >> yes, after i got the treatment. if i continued down the path i might not be here now. >> that was paula faris reporting. as we look live from sky 6 hd showing you a pretty picture from atlantic city. melissa magee has your weekend forecast when we come right back. stay with us.
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should really concern us. while on the senate banking committee, pat toomey voted to rewrite rules to help bankers like him ...and he tried to eliminate protections put in place to stop wall street's risky practices. pat toomey: looking out for wall street and himself, not pennsylvania. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. this weekend's fyi philly seen here on 6 abc promises to be' real treat. it's all things pumpkin as we countdown to halloween.
alicia vitarelli is here. >> smell-o-vision. we are talking about pumpkin spice everything from coffee to waffles to beer. we rounded up local businesses making pumpkin lovers very happy this season. >> cafe excellence in audubon, pennsylvania, sources coffee beans from 22 different countries. >> we buy high quality special coffee and roast it. >> for their pumpkin spice they use pumpkin and cloves. and then bagged or whole beans, pumpkin spice is sold from august to january. >> just that season of pumpkin is as big as our hazelnut all year round. >> and another breakfast staple. this is the pumpkin spiced dough. it's made the with a brioche dough but the key.
>> belgium sugar. >> you get half the world and yea pumpkin. we are the yea. >> terminal market has a sweet treat. >> we are famous for our whoopi pies. it's filled with a variety of flavors. >> a scoop of our house made pumpkin caramel. >> the classic pumpkin vanilla or chocolate chip. >> and in northern liberties, we are making a pumpkin margarita. they use pureed pumpkin for the fall cocktail and the cinnamon rim is the final touch. eastern pennsylvania brewer, wirebacker is making their imperial pumpkin ale for years. they use 10 pounds of real pumpkin per barrel mixed with
their exclusive spice blend. >> it gives you the flavor and mouth feel and colors. >> for all the hot happenings be everything fall catch us saturday night at 7:30, karen rogers and i will be at terror behind the walls and we have a lot of halloween fun for the kids and grown up adults. back to you rick. >> all right. >> it's that time of year. thank you alicia. in fact halloween is two weeks from monday. >> do you have your costume? oh wait there it is. >> very funny, she says that every year. i'll get her back. >> lets see what going on outside. stormtracker 6 live double scan radar, you see it's dry and no issues with precipitation, we are rain free in the wake of the cold front that moved through yesterday across our region and it's cooling us down nicely on this friday, outside we go, sky
6 hd looking at the commodore barry bridge on this friday you can see a bright blue sky overhead and little cloud cover across the region as well. currently in philadelphia the dew point 59 and pressure 30.39 on the rise thanks to the dominating ridge of high pressure. the winds north north east at 10 miles per hour. and the ocean temperature is 64. north and west of town after a chilly start this morning. 60 in saint davids and warrington and center city 59 and chester 61 and 56 in oxford. down in new jersey, 59 for hammonton in browns mill. and dover coming in at 59. the winds are not bad but we are dealing with a northerly wind. sustained 5 miles per hour in allentown to as high as 10 miles per hour in philadelphia. so a bit of crispness in the air. here is satellite 6 along with action radar there is high pressure in the control it's
situated to the north. dealing with the normally winds today and the clouds stay away from the region for the rest of today and tonight. lots of sunshine on the way for friday. a cool one at 65. the wins from the north at 6 to 12 miles per hour. and mainly clear tonight with areas of frost developing dropping down to 44 in philadelphia. and 35 in the suburbs. there is a frost advisory issued north and west of philadelphia and north and west of the philadelphia and interior sections of south jersey and overnight into early saturday morning. so we'll be off to a chilly start. future tracker 6 showing you 8:00 in the morning, numbers north and west are in the 30s and localer 40s for philadelphia and wilmington and 40 degree numbers down across coastal sections of knowledge, plenty of sunshine once den and numbers rebounding into the middle to upper 60s in most locations.
that is saturday but into sunday the philadelphia union are at home and kickoff a few clouds, the temperature of 72. and the finish the temperature is around 6 and warm and pleasant and a touch milder into the second half of our weekend. here is the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast sunny and cool for our friday high of 65. and mostly sunny and nice on saturday 67 degrees and bright and milder on sunday in at 73. on monday clouds and some sun in at 76 degrees and then we start to warm up once again by tuesday, partly sunny and warm and feeling like summer across the area and a high close to 80 and still warm into the wednesday at 81. thursday partly sunny and high of 74. the weekend is looking really nice too. >> thank you we'll take it. philadelphia is fired up or should we say flyered up. the regular season begins
tonight. the orange and black take on the kings in los angeles, there is plenty of excitement after the flyers made the playoffs last season and added tal ened rookies this season. america's favorite undecided voter is using his new found fame for good. he is auctioned off his famous red sweater and using it to fight homelessness. the $100 outfit that comes with glasses has soldout over the weekend and they have restocked several times already.
for a train ride to the hospital. her mother went into labor in the new world towers transportation hub. officer brian mcgraw turned the area into a makeshift matt earn ward. and then they came into the world and everyone is happy and healthy. when the time to arrive it's time to arrive. melissa magee has one last look at the forecast. >> 65 in philadelphia, looks nice, lots of sunshine and a light breeze and comfortable across the area. 66 in atlantic city and 63 foral ebb town and the same thing in trenton and maxing out in the 60s for lancaster and reading this afternoon. coming up later this afternoon on "action news" at 4:00, it is freebie friday and today we have details on how to get a slice of pizza without spepding a dime.
and fall fun for the entire family. and a local zookeeper that spends her time with the animals and following a new passion for screenings involving breast cancer. all of that coming up on "action news" at 4:00. that will do it for us on "action news" at 4:00. don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. for david murphy, melissa magee, i'm rick williams, we'll see you later on "action news" at 4:00.
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