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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, october 15 here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," three generations of one family is forced into the chilly night air after fire erupts inside their philadelphia row home. signs of normalcy return to the hoboken train station, we have word on an updated train schedule. from sweatshirts to shorts, accuweather is taking us on a rollercoaster ride begin winning frost. outside we go meteorologist chris sowers is out there with a look ahead with the accuweather forecast. i see the smoke coming from your mouth. >> reporter: it's cold out here. some locations are down to the freezing mark of 32 degrees. next week, huge warmup on the way, it will feel like august all of a sudden.
quakertown, 33 degrees. now, remember the freezing mark is 32. martins creek, 32. tanersville, 31. pottstown, 33. same time david, 39. coatsville, 35. fleetwood checking in at 34. glassboro, 38. vineland, same number, hammonton, 38. ewing, 37 degrees. woodbine 32. dover, 41. satellite and radar high pressure in control, the wind for the most part are calm that's part of the region why the temperatures have dropped off as much as they have. it's called radiational cooling, clear skies, calm winds and temperatures plummet. we'll keep the clear skies in place this afternoon, as well. 67 degrees, sunshine, patchy clouds that's about it. we'll call it pleasant. look at this, later next week, high pressure in control, almost like a burden -- bermuda high pressure system off the coast of the carolinas that means the winds will shift in the south
southwesterly direction, that will pump temperatures in the 80s, could see two days of record-high temperatures depending on how strong the southerly flow is the regardless if we see record highs or not. it will be stunning next week. you'll need shorts and t-shirts. as gray mentioned it's a temperature rollercoaster ride over the next several days. when i come back i'll let you know how warm we get in the seven-day forecast. >> a fire forces three generations of a family from a philadelphia home including the 100-year-old woman. the fire happened in the 1500 block of west pike street in nicetown before midnight. the 100-year-old woman started yelling for help. her daughter just returned home from a night shift as a nurse, she credits her grandmother's alertness with saving the entire family. >> you know she saved my life by screaming help and alerting
me that something was wrong. i saw her in the hallway and i saw the flames coming from her bedroom and the house began to quickly fill up with black smoke. >> pemberton guided her grandmother down the steps while her mother called 911. the family is staying with relatives, investigators tell us the family had no working smoke detecters in their home. a business went up in flames in olney early this morning. philadelphia firefighters called to the zoom automotive detailing and car wash in the 500 block of west olney street. extra trucks were needed to get the fire under control at 1:00 a.m. no word about injuries or what started the fire. one man listed in critical condition after a shooting in wilmington, delaware, our cameras capturing about a dozen police officers there at the shooting scene at 3rd and clayton streets after 11:00 p.m. last night. a man in his 20s was shot
several times. this morning no word on who fired the shots or why. >> 7:04 your time. 17-year-old student is dead and this morning the investigation continues into exactly what happened. we know the victim was a student at wordsworth academy a residential treatment program in philadelphia. the 17-year-old boy died thursday after a struggle with three adults. investigators are now trying to determine fed a preexisting medical condition. wordsworth academy helps children overcome emotional and behavioral and academic challenges. you can expect to pay more at the pump in new jersey with the stroke of the governor's pen. new jersey gas tax took a 23 cent hike. jeff chirico has more. >> i'm not very happy about it. >> i don't like it, it's not pleasant for my pocket. >> reporter: new jersey drivers are not holding back hours after chris christie made the gas tax
hike official these folks are officially frustrated. >> it's ridiculous, a nickel or a dime, 23 cents is a lot of money for people. >> i spend $30 to fill it up, another 23 cent each gallon will go up to 40, 45 bucks. new jersey residents got used to pay the lowest gas tax in the county. 23 cent gallon increase makes the state the 6th highest. >> it's hard for people to get to work and make ends meet for groceries and everyday necessities. >> reporter: the money will pay for brood road and bridge construction projects something that arthur kramer said is ballotly needed. >> it's not the worst thing that happened, let's
see where -- badly needed. >> it's not the worst thing that happened, let's see where we can save money elsewhere. >> reporter: jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> from our new jersey room, camden county warned people about a racoon that was removed from a yard, the dog was up to date on all the vaccinations and is being treated and monitored. less than 3 weeks after the new jersey transit wreck that left a person dead, things are beginning to get back to normal at the hoe -- hoboken train station. they will run additional tracks monday morning, they will post the updated schedule online at 10:00 p.m. tonight. trains entering the station will have to cut their approach speeds by half. in last month's crash the data
recorder showed it was speeding up. one woman was killed and 100 hurt. from our delaware newsroom, excuse me, investigators will know next week if mold is gone from an elementary school in christiana school district. mold remediation was performed on three classrooms at pulaski school in wilmington. water flooded the school over the summer and it was not cleaned up properly. every room was tested. if>> if the building is unhealy we'll relocated kids if need be. >> the mold problem is believed to be an isolated incident. one of the most popular holiday attractions in philadelphia will have a new location, christmas village crew a record 700,000 visitors last year will move to city hall in
the courtyard because of construction. the open air german market features santa's workshop and lights and decorations and a whole lot more. christmas village opens on thanksgiving. there will be a special preview on saturday november 19. in health news, there are new approaches to knee replacement. we'll explain the changes that help patients get up and moving much faster than before. >> ahead, the battle in global warming just got a big boost. we have details released on dozens of countries. >> reporter: we have a frost advisory in effect for the next couple of hours, the big story over the next few days is the huge warmup in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, details coming up next. >> there's a new timeline to
get drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman to a u.s. prison. he is expected to move by january or february. else currently in a mexican jail under special surveillance because of two prior prison breaks. in may a judge ruled he could be extradited to the united states, money laundering, and murder. witnesses said they heard three shots and saw the officer limping trying to chase down the gunman. the injured officer is in the hospital where's wake. a candidate said someone
spray painted her campaign sign and vandalized her car. she is confident that this attack was not by her democratic opponent. a global deal has been reached in the effort to fight climate change the united states among the countries agreeing to reduce hydrocarbons by 2018. they are considered the world's fastest growing climate pollutants. 120 countries including china will take action in 2024. >> chris sowers you were outside smoke coming from your mouth. >> reporter: my hands and my head, oh, my goodness. the big story is the human warm heading this way. temperatures in the 30s and 40s, some locations close to freezing. those areas could be 50 degrees
warmer by wednesday afternoon. a big time turn around in the overall pattern. there's the platt bridge. clear conditions, the sun is starting to climb. it was a nice week, temperatures were seasonable average. it is october. monday, 65, tuesday, 67. wednesday, 72. thursday, 68 and yesterday, 65. pressure is holding steady, winds are light out of the north/northwest at 6 miles per hour ushering in the cooler canadian air. allentown, 33. quakertown, 32. pottstown, 32, so locations have hit the freezing mark. millville, 37. trenton, 39. will come 36 degrees. satellite and radar a, the complete opposite to what we saw last weekend. this will be a sunny day, tomorrow, sunny, picture-perfect
conditions up and down the entire eastern seaboard. all the stormy weather is to the west, high plains pacific northwest storm systems in a series battering the coast there. we won't see that here, high pressure in control that keeps the overall weather pattern quiet for us. on the water vapor image you can see what's going on if you follow the direction of the clouds. everything is moving in a southwesterly direction this is the west coast here, heartland. nation. here's the east coast, everything is moving like this. that's a nice pacific air mass, so long we don't see the clouds moving in this direction, there's no canadian air out there. it's crisp and cool out there, but the overall pattern starts to warmup over the next several days. sunny and pleasant across the entire seaboard. a repeat performance, sunshine and warmer temperatures.
sunny and pleasant, winds out of the west-southwest. 1:00 p.m., 62. 3:00 p.m., 65. 5:00 p.m., same thing in between we'll hit the 67 degrees, maybe a couple of clouds during the afternoon, mainly clear and chilly overnight tonight, bum not as cold as this morning. 42 outlying suburbs, 49 for center city. the outlying suburbs are 32. it's going to be a little bit warmer tomorrow morning. eagles taking on the redskins tomorrow afternoon. 1:00 p.m., kickoff temperatures, fedex field, in sunny washington, d.c., 70 degrees kickoff, 4th quarter, 73, 74. nice stuff heading down i-95 for the game. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunday, sun and clouds, 72. monday, starts the warmup. 80 degrees, ton of sunshine, nice day. tuesday, 82, wednesday, 84.
thursday, a cold front comes through, we'll see clouds and showers, 74. the numbers fall in the after. friday cloudy and showers, staying in the 06 -- 60s. from that point on, it's 60s. >> i'm not complaining about the chill this morning, last week it was all the rain. >> reporter: it gets rid of the bugs. [laughter]. >> knee replacement is one of the most common operations in america, some dread it, but things have changed in recent years. here's ali gorman with the art of aging report. >> all of a sudden my knee popped. >> i was not able to walk stems. >> in the car when i get out, the knee sort of didn't want to hold me. no matter how it happens when the knee goes bad it puts the breaks on life. >> my husband and grandchildren and children would go do things
i would have to sit and watch. main line health said it takes a year for the natural shock absorbers to wear out. >> the cart -- cartellage wears through. >> reporter: with moderate damage they usemmatory medication. >> knee replacements will last 20, 30 years. the recovery has made a makeover in recent years, pain is managed through nerve blocks with less reliance on narcotics. and patient usually go home a few days after surgery. >> they can walk up and down the stairs go out to the mail box. >> reporter: aggressive physical
therapy starts later when swelling goes down. doctors say the changes help patients feel better faster. >> win three weeks i was cutting my lawn my tractor within four weeks i was driving and five weeks i was back to work. >> reporter: with the new approach doctors hope people won't wait until they lose their mobility to get help. >> people should come sooner than later. >> reporter: ali gorman channel 6 "action news." what's for dinner tonight?
dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen. 7:20, here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys. today marks the 40th historic bristol day. it's a day of fun of activities for families food and more to celebrate the town in bucks county. jerry blavat will perform at
11:00 on the river front. there will be a regatta and a whole lot more from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. air show promising to be a great event for the entire family to remember. not only will there be acrobatic demonstrations, there will be cars on display. this happens today and tomorrow gypping at 11:30 at the flying w airport in medford. the annual fall festival celebrates the season smithville park to iron works park in mount holly, they can try a high wire walk across the creek there will be face painting and more. check it out from 10:00 a.m. to
saturday morning, lots of sunshine expected warmer afternoon temperatures not too much color in and around the immediate philadelphia area, but if you're someone who enjoys the fall foliage, head north the northeast extension lehigh valley, allentown, bethlehem, the poconos or farther to the north wilks-berry scranton area where they are peaking. you will see patchy color in and around philadelphia and south jersey and delaware. if you're heading to the poconos, temperatures 9:00 a.m., 39 degrees, 4:00 p.m. with all the sunshine and bright blue
skies temperatures in the upper 450s low 60s. philadelphia, 67 degrees today. mostly sunny, cool. sunday, warmer, sun and clouds, high of 72. gray? >> thanks for the update. in sports, the flyers beat the kings in l.a. to open the season, outcome fire star shane gostisbehere. rookie travis konecny and ivan p. fresh off his first loss
and interception, carson wentz will play in his first division game. third round pick will play for lane johnson. he has never suited up for a game yet, but all the guys on the line will help him adjust. >> anytime you have a rookie out there it's his first start you want to do everything in your power to make it easy for him, where's going and whose blocking. the kid is a smart kid i think he'll be all right. >> this is your job you're a professional athlete. i want to do my job and do it forever. >> reporter: temple will face ucf today. i asked matt rhule what he sees in ucf. apparently i was listening intently to the answer, i look serious. >> they have an on-campus
stadium filled when you play there. it's a night game. it's a great atmosphere to go into. to get the thing started we need to win the first one that's this one, it will be a challenge, but it will be one we're looking forward. >> reporter: i promise you, i do smile during the interview, we'll have more on temple football play book 9:45 a.m. on channel 6. the phillie phanatic has the four wheeler, tony franconia has his hog. 2-run home run was all the indians needed as they beat the blue jays 2-0 to take a 1-0 series. dodgers and cubs, phillies fans rooting for the dodgers. that's sports, have a great weekend! >> it is now, 7:27 some days it takes nothing short of a jedi mind trick to keep the traffic moving. other times you need light
savers. an indian officer was taking traffic directing seriously. she said she likes using the star wars inspired sticks because kids and adults love to see this. >> it has a great positive bond policing with everybody that's coming through. the kids smile it kind of makes travel flow. >> he is pretty good. the officer performs light shows while people are waiting to cross or cars are stopped at the light.
>> a firefighter is injured while battling a house fire in southwest philadelphia overnight. plus, a philadelphia police cruiser becomes part of a crash investigation after a person is hit. plus, a chilly wake-up call. you'll want to grab a sweatshirt before heading out for that morning cup of joe. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris you're wrapped up out there, too. it's chilly out here, it's one of the cooler mornings we've seen so far this season. look at the numbers right now. this is clearly very, very chilly stuff for this time of the year. allentown, 33 degrees. poconos 40. reading, 36. trenton, 39. there's not much of a breeze on
city avenue. but in some locations there's enough to produce this. a windchill of 29 in allentown and the poconos. feels like 36 in reading. 36 in trenton. 42 in philadelphia with the breeze and 42 wilmington, so yes, you certainly need a coat first thing this morning. the good news is, as we look at satellite and radar high pressure is moving in from the northwest. as the sun continues to rise, the testers will moderate -- the temperatures will moderate into the mid to upper 60s. here's the way it will play out. lots of sunshine, nice, high of 67 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 62. 3:00 p.m., 65. 5:00 p.m., 65 that he is the tip of iceberg. get a load of this, next week, look at these temperatures, 80 degrees monday, 82 tuesday, 84 degrees wednesday. now, the normal high is 66 by then. in some cases we're nearly 20 degrees above seasonal
averages and records will fall. when i come in a few minutes i'll have the details in the accuweather forecast. >> new information to tell you about this morning, a firefighter is hurt while battling flames in west philadelphia. this happened on gross beak place at 2:30 a.m. the firefighters is being treated for minor injuries. another fire called suspicious kept crews busy in north philadelphia. this happened at a house on the 3000 block of north 5th street. that fire spread to the porch of the row home next-door, no injuries have been reported. it was a violent night on the streets of camden, new jersey, we know this morning, one man is dead after a shooting outside a sports bar. someone shot the came at kaign and haddon avenue.
police have made no arrests in the case. a woman who was hit by a philadelphia police car is recovering from her injuries. she was hit by a 25th district cruiser at front and erie in hunting park. the accident happened at 10:40 p.m. the woman was treated and released from the hospital. investigators have not released any details about the moments leading up to the incident. this morning we're learning some more information about what led up to the crash that killed two teenagers on roosevelt boulevard. "action news" reporter, dann cuellar talked to a witness and friends remembering those two young people who tragically lost their lives. >> reporter: killed in the accident on the boulevard was 16-year-old maggie goloff. and 19-year-old. >> he is my best friend. he got back to school trying to get an education. >> maggie was maggie, when she
came in she brightened the girl. she was an awesome girl. >> reporter: both were riding in the back seat of a hyundai being driven by a friend. the driver was rushing to temple hospital to see his father who was assaulted during a robbery. the car ran the stop signal at front street and collided with this suv driven by the 55-year-old woman. reverend emil stanton was behind the car. >> he ran the light and the front streetlight and hit the lady on this light. >> reporter: both suffered minor injuries and the friends say those riding in the back seat and ended up being killed is hard to understand. >> she was going to get her own place and got a kitten. >> he had a good heart. his parents raised him right. that's the best person you could find, he is one in a million. >> he used to be a very lovely person and honest and everything
[crying] >> reporter: i'm very, verier sorry. >> he is like family to me, i wish it was me not him. >> reporter: and last night a makeshift memorial amid the broken glass and debris was taking shape in memory of two dead teenagers. in memory of the two beautiful souls who lost their lives here. along the boulevard in feltonville, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> heartbreaking story to report there. 7:35, you have -- if you use septa to get around town your commute could be impacted, because workers could head to the picket line. they will vote whether to go on strike. 5700 train and trolley operators walk off the job at the end of the months. the negotiations continue over pension reform and healthcare cost and safety and fatigue
concerns. septa regional rail would not shut down during the strike. turning to the race for the white house, republican nominee donald trump campaigns in new hampshire and maine today. those visits come always trump denies sexual advances from women. a woman on the apprentice said trump kissed her and touched her breast in a private room. another woman said trump groped her sitting back on a couch in a club in the 1990s. trump denies the allegations. >> i was sitting along at a club. i don't sit alone by myself. i was sitting alone like this and i want -- >> hillary clinton was fundraising in seattle yesterday she told her audience there,
that this election cycle has been in her words incredibly painful. >> i take no satisfaction in seeing what trump does, and says, because it hurts, it hurts me and our country it hurts all of us. >> wikileaks released more e-mails one revealed that clinton's campaign requested former president bill clinton to cancel a speech to wall street investment firm due to concerns that the clinton would seem to cozy with wall street as hillary prepared to announce her presidential campaign. two men looking to become pennsylvania attorney general sat down with a panel discussion in the 6abc studios. john rafterty and josh shapiro answered questions on gun violence and criminal justice
reform and explained how they would restore trust in the ag's office after kathleen kane conviction and resignation. i would like to remind you you can see the attorney general candidates forum on a special inside story it airs tomorrow morning at 11:30 on 6abc. remember you can get breaking news alerts from the campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc app it is available for you right now on the apple and google play stores. your time 7:38 beating the odds and helping others. we'll introduce you to a local woman who took her battle with breast cancer online and discovered a valuable resource for herself and others just like her. ahead, drawing rescue captured on camera as a woman is pulled from her sinking suv. plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, "action news" on a saturday morning will continue in just a moment. a pilot survived a crash
sinking suv this happened in massachusetts yesterday. the 68-year-old woman can be heard screaming from inside as water filled up her car. police say she was trying to back into a parking shot when she drove over the curb and ended up in the body of water. the woman was taken to the hospital and is being treated for mild hypothermia. >> reporter: good thing it's not december or january when the water is colder. speaking of colder. it's chilly out there right now. sky6 live hd there's the center city skyline. temperatures chilly this morning, some locations in the low to mid 30s and some locations picking up patchy frost. we have clear skies and it will warm up nicely. as a matter of fact by the time we get into monday, tuesday, wednesday, it feels like august again, high temperatures in the low to mid 80s. 67 degrees is the forecasted high which is on par for this time of the year. that's the average, 46 is where
we started out this morning. in philadelphia the normal is 49. look what's going on across the outlying suburbs. pottstown, 31. quakertown, 31. martins creek, same thing. saint davids 39. coatsville, 35. grass borough, 38. gandys beach, 49. hammonton, 37. cinnaminson 40. dover, 40 degrees. now that the sun is starting to rise, the numbers will moderate quickly, but it is crisp out there this morning. satellite and radar we're clear as a whistle up and down the entire southeastern seaboard. last weekend we had the hurricane coming up the east coast moving out to sea off the coast of the carolinas. this weekend it's a different story. all the stormy weather is out across the western united states where it will stay wednesday and thursday of next week. the next five to six days look really, really good.
it's 72 in dallas. 63 in memphis, louis, 63 degrees. sunshine today, and same thing sunday maybe a little bit more in the way of clouds, we'll say sun and clouds, you get the idea, a nice weekend overall. this front drops in monday morning, maybe it brings a shower to the far northwestern suburbs, outside of that the seven-day forecast is dry until we get the following weekend. short term looks good, today, sunny, philadelphia, 67 degrees after a morning low of 44, 46. reading, 68. allentown, 67. trenton, 66. millville, 65. cape may, 64. overnight tonight it's chilly, but not as cold as this morning him remember some of the outlying suburbs 32. allentown, 42. philadelphia, 49. dover, 50. cape may, 53.
trenton, 44. tomorrow afternoon if your heading to the union game chester taking on orlando city sunshine and clouds, 72 by 3:00 p.m., by the 9th minute we're down to 69. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast makes me want to open the pool up again. 67 today. 72 tomorrow. look at this, monday through wednesday, 80, 82, 84. wednesday, is so warm that it could break a record. 80s in october that's kind of odd, actually it's not. we tend to see this a lot, some of the record highs this week and the following week were set in the 30s and 40s and 50s. what happens from time to time when you have a stretch of weather when you're in the 60s and 70s all of a sudden you see 80s it's going to be hot. >> enjoy the cool today. >> thank you so much. i would like to remind you can get storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day at
6abc.com/weather. >> we're getting into the halloween spirit with here's aliciatheir spooky friena preview. >> reporter: hi everyone here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." >> reporter: we're celebrating halloween. >> reporter: with all the thrills and chills of the haunted holiday. >> reporter: the fighting zombies. >> reporter: and hundreds hear it. >> reporter: halloween spectacular. >> reporter: plus a taste of season. we have tricks and treats and whole lot more. that's tonight on "fyi philly." we hope you join us. >> so glad you stayed with us
in the bronx following that long and extremely risky surgery. they shared brain tissue and the procedure to separate them was delicate. the boy's hero said the atmosphere at the hospital that be celebration mixed with uncertainty. in "healthcheck" this morning, despite improvements in safety, the number of concussions suffered by young people is on the rise. the report from the blue cross blue shield finds insurance claims for cushion increased 46% over a 6 year period ending in 2015. there was a 71% spike for kids age 10 and 19. it is believed the increase may be attributed to more contract testing and -- contact eye
accurate testing and awareness. we have a woman with breast cancer who believes she can beat the odds. alicia vitarelli has her story. >> reporter: breast cancer came as a wake up call for chris. >> i went to turn off the alarm clock and it was big enough to feel it. >> reporter: even before she got the biopsy results she decided to share the experience with friends and close-knit community. >> she was encouraged to start a blog. she agreed. within days 1,000 people read her blog, now she has ten thousand followers and counting. the process gives her an emotional outlet. by putting it out there, it made it less scary. >> reporter: her surgeon said it's important to express their
emotions. >> it's helps women digest what they are going through and process the diagnosis. >> reporter: other women suppress themselves through other -- express themselves through other forms of art and organizing activities. kristin takes care to described her freedom and side effects and decisions on reconstruction. >> she has educated thousands of people. >> i didn't feel that it would ever describe me, but now i know it does. >> reporter: for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. >> a pennsylvania's woman crow crow --obby is keeping people warm. she is goes around the community on her bike. last year mary's daughter died
so she wants to spend her time helping other people's children. >> i feel like because i'm old, i don't want to be sitting rocking away, you know or watching tv. >> marry you're not old. >> after a local news station did a story on mary, people have been sending yarn and money to buy the projects she makes. she spends 40 hours a week crocheting. >> coming up next, chris sowers takes a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back, stay with us. ♪
animals at the detroit zoo. the brown bear demolished this pumpkin filled with tasty treats. it's put in the animal's habitat for them to find and eat them. it's that time of the year. final check of the forecast. >> reporter: what was that you did, the so, you know effects? >> if you missed it, you missed it. >> reporter: that is funny, though. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast it will not feel like fall next week. 67 degrees, a crisp morning, we rebound nicely this afternoon. 72 tomorrow, all of a sudden 80, 82, 84. those are the forecasted high, monday through wednesday. wednesday will be a record breaker, 80 set back in the 1930s. 74 thursday, a shower in the afternoon, cold front cools us down, friday, cloudy and damp, high of 70.
get out and enjoy it. >> 7:55. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with the preview. >> reporter: gray, good morning, coming up on "g.m.a.," overnight donald trump unshackled and off teleprompter, he is lashing out against the women alleging sexual abuse. wikileaks drops more hacked e-mails. samsung bans -- federal government banning samsung galaxy note 7 from flights. bystanders rush into a pond to save a woman trapped. the vehicle submerging and sinking, bravery and compassion playing out on camera all coming up on "g.m.a." a busy saturday.
we'll see you soon. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're following for you, ben affleck's role in the account antigot guidance from a -- accountant got guidance from a person who went to school here. this is lucy from the jack rescue, she is the winner of the "shelter me rescue of the week" coming up on "action news." >> for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. we'll see you at 9:00 a.m. katie: i'm katie
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good morning, america. new overnight, donald trump fighting back. tossing the teleprompter and lashing out as more women accuse him of sexual misconduct. >> he then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me. >> trump says none of it is true. >> i am a victim. plus, the latest on hillary clinton's e-mail saga. the questions she was forced to answer. extreme weather. several rare tornadoes tearing through coastal oregon. >> whoa. >> blowing up transformers. over 100 homes damaged. >> it's just like a bomb went off. >> now, seattle is in the bull's-eye bracing for a once in a decade storm. flight plan. the department of transportation taking action, no samsung galaxy note 7s allowed on