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as with grays ferry, the action cam is on the scene of this, as well, we can get a better shot of that traffic is moving at times, westbound and eastbound completely shut down with the tractor-trailer and the damage. look at the damage, it kind of tore open at the back end of it, what you're watching right now they are hauling the
tractor-trailer. eastbound university avenue the main accident, westbound they are blocking at times, as well. 422 disabled vehicle off ramp to 724. >> reporter: good thing we have you here at 430, karen. we have satellite, we have clouds sweeping through, earlier, a couple of sprinkles and showers they are melting off the map. we have visibility issues in wilmington, and half mile in millville. you may run into fog that may slow you down. 59 degrees in philadelphia. 57 in allentown. that's milder than many mornings last week, but on the cool side, cool enough for a jacket. 58 in reading, 56 in millville. low 60s in cape may and dover. not much wind out there morning.
are we zooming. 58 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 66. noon, 73. we're going for a high of 80 degrees at 3:00 p.m. and holding 76 by 6:00 p.m. and warmer on tuesday and wednesday, matt and tam when i come back in a little bit, we'll talk about record heat in those two days before things bet back to normal. >> let's go back to the tractor-trailer crash that karen has been talking about, let's get some live eyes out there with katherine scott at grays ferry. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, crews are clearing away the debris. eastbound lanes of 76 are closed they have been unloading the cargo off the tractor-trailer, so once they lighten the load they will be able to tow it
hopefully. the westbound lanes are open, eastbound lanes are closed. it happened at 1:00 a.m., a 2-vehicle crash involving a tractor-trailer and another car towed from the scene. the person in the other vehicle was taken to the hanheman. some debris ended up in the westbound lanes, the salt trucks were out here as they tried to prep the road. the median and the tractor-trailer collided and it split the sighted. split the side. they continue to unload the tractor-trailer, cars are being diverted off the highway. eastbound lanes are closed, you can get through on the web lanes. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that.
breaking this morning, a motorcyclist became trapped underneath a car after a crash in the strawberry mansion sex of the city at the intersection of ridge avenue and west huntington street. he suffered multiple injuries. he is in critical condition right now. more breaking news, two gunman robbed shot and killed a man behind his own home it happened while the man's wife and baby were inside. annie mccormick is live at the scene in the city's crescentville section. >> reporter: matt, this happened late last night, the victim was taken to the hospital. we learned at 2:30 a.m., the victim was pronounced at the hospital. you can see the crime scene unit and homicide detectives got out here within the past hour they are working, of course, to find more information to see who is responsible for this. this is video from the scene from earlier, just after 10:30 in the 5100 block of f street
this all happened. police focusing on the rear of the property. that's where they believe it happened in the alleyway behind the 28-year-old victim's home. he live there with his family, including a young child. he arrived home from shopping when he got out of the vehicle when two men approached him, at least you one of men had a gun, both announced a robbery. at some point one suspect fired multiple shots hitting the victim. police arrived they found the victim and scooped him and rushed him to temple hospital. while in and out of consciousness he was able to the give police information. >> the victim told us he was robbed and after the victim was shot, one of the perpetrators took a semi automatic gun from the victim, so we don't know if the victim got a chance to pull that weapon or it was stolen as a result of the robbery.
>> at this hour, police think the motive was robbery, all that was taken was a weapon that he did have on him. police are saying they are looking at surveillance cameras in the area from local businesses or waiting for one of the businesses to open up, so they can get a look at the video and get a look at the systems. reporting live in crescentville, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> developing this morning, authorities in toms river ocean county are investigating a police-involved shooting. we know the shooting happened in the silver ton section of the city. no officers were hurt, beyond that authorities are not releasing any details. police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a 19-year-old man in the kensington section. 6 shots were fired, the victim was hit in the back of the head at close range. the gunfire broke out around midnight on rose hill street. a man wearing a black puffy
jacket ran from the scene. detectives are interviewing witnesses and checking area surveillance cameras. >> septa is bracing for a possible strike a week before election day. all trolleys and buses in the city would be shut down. the thought of that has commuters dreading that. >> that's how i get to work in the morning. >> walking most probably, 30 blocks. >> more than five thousand unionized septa workers authorized the strike yesterday they are seeking better pay and healthcare and pension plans. septa says it is looking for a compromise in the best interest of its riders and employees and steak holders. regional rails would not be affected since they belong to a different union. a trial is set today for the man who blew the whistle on
jerry sandusky. mike mccleary said he saw jerry sandusky abuse a young boy in a locker room shower. he claims the university retaliated against him by firing him in 2012, the same year that sandusky was convicted of abusing ten boys. mccleary is seeking four million dollars, the trial could last two weeks or more. >> republican party official called the torching of the gop office terrorism. someone firebombed the office and spray painted nazi on a nearby wall. it is unclear if there were any working security cameras in the area. the north carolina democratic party condemned the attack. donald trump took to twitter to respond to the vandalism, even though there is yet to be an arrest, he said
animals representing hillary clinton and dems in north carolina firebombed our office because we are winning. a "wall street journal" nbc poll has hillary clinton ahead by double digits. hillary clinton called the attack on the republican party office horrific and unacceptable wikileaks posted transcripts of three paid speeches showing she is pro business. clinton had lauded nancy reagan for starting a national conversation about aids in the 1980s. active internal revenueists were they blame the reagans for a crippling slow response for that crisis. don't miss complete
coverage of the final faceoff on 6abc wednesday night starting at 9:00 p.m. >> and if you live in new jersey, the deadline if you register to vote is tomorrow. you can register online or the board of elections office, the deadline to register has passed in delaware and pennsylvania. >> 4:41 a.m. we have new information on a wildfire out west. >> dash cam video shows a man shooting an officer and taking off in his police cruiser. two astronauts are soaring toward an experimental space station, we'll have more on there position. >> reporter: we have a few days of summer, we have warmer conditions tuesday and wednesday, that's ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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supermoon, why is it super, because it's big and looks big and it is full and the closest orbit around the earth. two more slightly less spectacular super moons will grace our skies later are this year, one on november 14 and december 14. i think you can go outside and see its still in the sky. >> i had a lot of text messages, go see the moon, go see the moon. i need to see the back of high eye lids. >> reporter: it's halloween it doesn't feel like halloween. we're basically dry, we have showers popping up in the northern and western suburbs, we're not seeing those now. as we look at the temperatures, 59 degrees currently in philadelphia. and well, you can see a little
bit of fog around the commodor barry bridge, too, that's something you might encounter in parts of the region. here's the temperature profile, 59 degrees. notice how the dewpoint is in the area and saturating the area. the fog is forming and the wind are out of the west at 5 miles per hour. satellite shows you we had a couple of sprinkles trying to make a run at the area. they are off the map at this point, yes there's a little bit of cloud cover that's clearing a lot of neighborhoods, there's a good chance that you start out with sun before transitioning to sun and clouds mix. 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. amazing when you you get a singer of warm air it can start out cool and blow up later in the afternoon. 10:00, 66 degrees, noon today we expect to be at a pleasant 73. if you're working outside this afternoon you might want to she had everything but the t-shirt later on. 80 degrees by 3:00 p.m. that will be the high. we'll probably sit on that for a
couple of hours and 5:00 p.m. still looking at 79 degrees. the next 12 hours ahead definitely big summer-like changes coming in. 80 degrees is the high in philadelphia. same story in allentown and trenton. 77 in millville. down the shore, low to mid 70s this afternoon. we take a look at temperature map, in st. louis and wichita we're up in the 70s already. that's an eastern ridge. these numbers will go up into the 80s. today through wednesday, 80 today and 86 on tuesday, 85 on wednesday, if we hit above these numbers, those are record highs. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, feeling a bit like summer during the afternoon for the next couple of
days, 80 is today's high, sunshine, record heat, 86. would beat the old record of 85. wednesday no problem there, the old record is 80 and we're going for 85 degrees. the morning lows drop into the 60s in that regard not feeling like july. feeling warm in the afternoon. clouds and sun on thursday, 77 degrees, friday we're back to reality looking at cloud cover at that point and cooler conditions, maybe a shower around on friday, too. 71 degrees is the high there. remember, if you -- when we're not on the air, go to 6abc.com/weather and you get the latest weather information there, but really warm the next few days, by the time we get into the weekend we're back in the 60s. >> new information now on a wildfire in nevada officials say the blaze is 35 -- 55% contained. rainfall helped the firefighters
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group of videos serve as proof of an epidemic. >> that sense of an epidemic is making the wedge between police and some communities bigger. china is on their way to an experimental space station they will dock within two days, their 30 day mission will be to conduct experiments in medicine and space-related technology. the entire station will be fully operational in of years. 6:39 we get an update on the roads, we're dealing with the closing down of the schuylkill expressway.
>> we have breaking news an accident involving a tractor-trailer happened just before 1:00 a.m. still affecting traffic at this point. this is a live look at the schuylkill expressway and they eastbound citizen -- eastbound at university. you can see the lanes are blocked. look at the tractor-trailer, it's carrying kegs of beer and leaking fuel. it's blocking all lanes on the schuylkill expressway eastbound and westbound no lanes running right here.
so affecting traffic in both directions. eastbound is shut down at university avenue. you can re-enter the schuylkill expressway at grays ferry exit. schuylkill expressway eastbound and westbound affected. you can get back on, it will take a little while to navigate that. katherine scott is live on the scene giving us updates on that, we'll hear from her in a moment. 422 the off ramp to 724 is blocking a lane. that ramp is partially blocked there. live on the ben franklin bridge not looking bad, westbound eastbound, roads are dry right now tam. >> if you like bourbon listen up, these folks are on the picket line 200 workers walking out of the jim beam distillery in kentucky.
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