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6:00 a.m., monday, october 17 we're working on several breaking stories this morning. police are looking for the crook who shot and robbed a philadelphia faring feet from the home where his wife and -- father feet from the home where his wife and child were inside. >> crash of a tractor-trailer shut down the schuylkill expressway for five hours, it's approving a problem to clean up. >> accuweather is tracking a blast of summer weather here in fall. >> david murphy will have that
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in a moment, but first up, let's go over to karen rogers with the mess on the schuylkill expressway, good morning. >> reporter: it's a mess on the schuylkill expressway, as we look live at the scene, chopper 6 hd over head. an accident involving a tractor-trailer happening at 1:00 a.m. since this that point we're blog all lanes eastbound. they have a tow truck on the scene. the trouble is they have to unload the tractor-trailer and load up the other tractor-trailer. we have another view as we look at the traffic cameras on the schuylkill expressway. this is the schuylkill expressway at south street. look at jammed traffic is eastbound from south street. you're jammed from the vine to university they are blocking all lanes. we can go back to the shot of the traffic of the accident scene. it is an accident involving a tractor-trailer, it snapped up against the wall -- smashed up against the wall of the eastbound lanes of the schuylkill expressway. for a while they were blocking all lanes westbound, as well.
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that was creating big problems. this is live look of the schuylkill expressway, this is eastbound, they have had to unload one tractor-trailer on to another. once that is done they will remove the tractor-trailer and reopen the eastbound schuylkill expressway, it's a mess on the schuylkill expressway eastbound you're traveling 2 miles per hour ahead of the accident scene. all traffic is being forced off at university. you can get back on at grays ferry. westbound, 1 miles per hour, one of -- 13 miles per hour, one of the two lanes is blocked, but it's moving. a mess on the schuylkill expressway. another new accidents coming in, this is an accident involving a car and a deer on the turnpike eastbound in willow grove. there's fog in the area, so be careful about the deer. >> reporter: there is fog, that could be slowing folks down.
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satellite shows you there's a sweep of clouds that came through earlier. that pushed through, a couple of sprinkles and showers gone, as well. we're bright after that, as karen mentioned, we have fog, in philadelphia it started to dig in around the airport with less than a half mile visibility. we've seen that toward wilmington, as well. allentown, reading, millville, you're in and out of it. the airport in atlantic city reporting half mile that's new, in and out of the picture, some of you might need to slow it down if you encounter the patchy fog. 57 in reading, these are not bad numbers. 58 by 7:00 a.m. noon, 73. and we're going for a high of 80 this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. and then 76 degrees by 6:00 p.m. so a very warm summer-like afternoon and two more coming when we get done with today. i'll have the details coming up, matt. >> thanks, david. we continue our coverage of
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the our breaking story, tractor-trailer hauling beer crashed on the schuylkill expressway, and crews have spent five hours cleaning it up, they are not done. katherine scott is in the grays ferry section of philadelphia to tell us how it's going. >> reporter: they had to unload the tractor-trailer and load it back up again. you can see what they are doing. eastbound lanes are shut down. westbound traffic is getting by with one lane. state police are on the scene blocking that lane. we've watched them unload the tractor-trailer so they are able to tow it. looks like they loaded up the forklift. we're moving on to the next phase now. they have taken out what appears to be kegs and flats and drink bottles and cans. they are putting it back into another tractor-trailer next to it. it happened at 1:00 a.m. at the
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university avenue exit. the tractor-trailer and another vehicle collided. the second car was towed from the scene. a person in the car was taken to hanheman for treatment. police have not released their condition. tractor-trailer was leaking oil and they have salt truck prepping the roadway. the tractor-trailer crashed into the median, it split on the side. they have to hookup the tow truck to clear the scene. state police and penndot are here, use caution as you go through, avoid the area because delays are extensive. we're live in grays ferry, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for the latest on that, as well, a tragic and brutal murder is under investigation this morning. police say a man was shot and killed during a robbery and the violence happened feet from his own front door with his wife and child inside the home. annie mccormick is live in the
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crescentville section near the 5100 block of f street with developing details on the story. good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tam, crime scene investigators left the scene, the victim was pronounced at 2:30 a.m. temple university hospital. this is video from last night. that is when the shooting did occur. it was just after 10:30 a.m. the 5100 block of f street where it happened. police are focusing on the rear of the property. the victim lived with his family including a young child and his wife. he arrived home from shopping when he got out of the vehicle, two men approached him, one had a gun, both announced a robbery, at some point, one of the suspects fired multiple shots. >> we know four shots were fired from a semi automatic weapon. all four spent shell casings were in close proximity to where the victim collapsed in his driveway, which is an indication
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that the shooter was firing from pointblank range. >> reporter: and when police arrived and found the victim shot multiple times they transported him in a police cruiser to temple university hospital. now as he feels on his way, he was -- as he was on his way he was in and out of consciousness and because of that he was able to give information including that he was robbed. they believe that the motive was robbery. he gave a suspect description. at this hour police say they are looking for two people. reporting live in crescentville, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> thank you, annie. a gunman shot a man in west oak lane as the victim was picking up a late-night dinner. police found the victim lying on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound to the chest and fresh bag of chinese food next to him. they believe the victim was the
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intended target and continue their search for the shooter. tesla is envisioning a day when cars don't need to stop to fuel up or recharge they will do it while on the road. maribel aber has more in our market watch report. >> tesla is teaming up to create a solar energy system for residential and commercial use, they want it to be a one stop solar panels for homes and stores and cars. stocks are pointing to a lower open, it's a busy week with reports on housing starts and home sales out. macy's plans to open stores on black friday. they will open at 5:00 p.m. on
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thanks, an hour earlier' thanksgiving an hour earlier than last year, and three hours earlier than 2013. while you're working i'll be sending your packages. >> she is so lovely with the gifts. >> in case you're wondering, "action news" is open on thanksgiving. >> reporter: i've been open hero for 15 years. storm tracker 6 live double scan there are dry conditions, there may be sprinkles and showers in the predown hours -- predawn hours, but they are gone. philadelphia international, i just checked arrivals and departures, there's delays coming in from harrisburg. i would check before you head to the airport to make sure everything is a-okay. 58 in wilmington, 59 in trenton.
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57 in allentown. not much wind out there. the fog has had a chance to set up. the numbers are not too bad on the way out the door. as we look at satellite as you discount the fog, the main cloud cover pushed off to the east, once it burns off we'll see sunshine today. a few more clouds dig in later in the day. we have a ridge of high pressure sitting to the west of us. it's now on the way in. by this afternoon, sun and clouds light winds up in the lehigh valley and we're going to see that warm air beneath the ridge build in with a high of 79 degrees in allentown. even down the shore next to the cool ocean water, 735 degrees, sun and clouds in ac later on today, light winds. in philadelphia, high of 80 this afternoon. sun and clouds, very warm, winds remaining light through the day out of the southwest at 6 to 12 miles per hour. definitely feeling like summer for at least several hours this afternoon. then overnight mainly clear,
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another round of fog may develop. 64 is the overnight low. it's actually not too far off the average high for this time of the year. it's mild for october overnight tonight. it's cool and stormy in the pacific northwest for the next several days, that trough that's creating that cooler conditions out west translates to a big ridge in the east and sure enough this ridge will take several days to get on threw. today, tomorrow and wednesday expect it to be well above average and feeling like summer as we go through the next several afternoons. today's high, 80. tuesday, 86. wednesday, 85. these would be record setters if we hit the numbers. wednesday's record 80 that easily falls. tomorrow's record 85. it will be close. one note from the tropics we just got rid of matthew and nicole and all that stuff. there's a feature southeast of the bomb -- bahamas a 20% chance
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of growing into the tropics. tomorrow morning sunshine, 86. wednesday, record high of 85. thursday, 77 degrees, clouds and sun, maybe a shower around. friday, cloudy and cooler, 71 with yet another shower. for the weekend it's back to reality, 65 saturday. at this point we're likely dry with clouds and sun, high of 63 on sunday. thanks, david. 6:12. developing overseas, isis in the cross hairs, iraqi military launch an ambitious attack to irradicate the terrorist group once and for all. >> people try to rescue a man from a burning car and his reaction is interesting.
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>> reporter: we have a tractor-trailer accident blocking all lanes eastbound, we'll show you the accident scene coming up.
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minutes and counting that we had the crash on the schuylkill expressway, karen. >> reporter: that's right, we're seeing some movement in the cleanup effort. this is a live look at the schuylkill expressway eastbound
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at university avenue. last time we showed you the shot there were two tow trucks right here. i said it looked like they closed down the gate and they were ready to leave, they took everything out of this tractor-trailer and put it on this one. now they are hooking it up to the heavy duty tow truck. they are getting ready to clear the scene on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. eastbound at university all lanes are blocked. westbound we have one lane blocked. while they deal with the cleanup. i've got another view of this here with the action cam on the scene. you can see how the tow truck is hooked up, they are getting ready to haul the tractor-trailer out of there. it's been shutting down the schuylkill expressway eastbound. it's been overnight all morning long. everybody is being forced off on the schuylkill expressway eastbound at university to get back on at grays ferry. look at the travel times, you're traveling 2 miles per hour on the accident scene on the
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schuylkill expressway eastbound. westbound, 12 miles per hour. elsewhere, i-95 big picture, 235 miles per hour at cottman, the usual slowing. schuylkill expressway westbound near bell month 37 miles per hour. we have another accident schuylkill expressway eastbound approaching willow grove, a new accident on the turnpike watch for that, as well creating problems. as if that is not enough of an issue, fog is an issue, this morning. philadelphia international half mile visibility because of the fog. .3 in wilmington, 1.5 in millville. developing right now, the battle to will liberate iraq's d largest city is underway. the city of mosul is in northern iraq. it is the biggest and most complex operation in iraq since troops left in 2011.
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the fight is expected to last several weeks. >> the suspect in a deadly crime rampage in nevada is expected to make his first court appearance this week. kenneth mcdonald is facing multiple charges. i began when he drove down a las vegas highway opening fires on cars on saturday. bullets hit three cars, a woman was killed another was hurt. police said mcdonald drove to a drugstore walked in with his gun drawn and try to assault a woman. a police dog eventually took him down. the shooting appeared to be a random act of violence. this is new a group of heros rescued a man who became stuck in a burning suv in florida. passer by pulled the driver away from the car and managed to get him away from the fire. police say he became combative and police to restrain him.
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the rescuers suffered minor scrapes and scratches. >> septa workers authorize a walkout when it could happen and what it means for the commute. that's coming up at 6:30. >> reporter: in tech bytes, iphone 7 may have been having issues with the non-mechanical home button it could fail. verizon is offering unlimited data for 30 minutes at a time. it's called pop data. unlimited data will cost $2 for $3 you get a full hour. check out this hitech super yacht built for a russian billionaire. those masts are 330 feet tall that's higher than the statue of liberty. the ship is 486 feet long. among the technology there's a touch sensitive sheet of glass that allows the captain to lower
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the sails or anchor. impressive. the cost is $400 million. those are tech bytes. >> reporter: what's the saying,
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she couldn't do anything without matt. >> i felt like you had a gun to your head when you said that. >> reporter: this is eastbound at university this major accident has been blocking all lanes, i keep watching this shot, they will tow away the car, the tractor-trailer pretty soon. the schuylkill expressway eastbound all lanes blocked. westbound one lane blocked. it's a mess on the schuylkill expressway since 1:00 a.m. mass transit is on time, dave. on the big board, karen we have jackets on the kids. this afternoon it's shorts and ts time. how about this, 58 degrees by 7:00. similar to where we are now. look out for patchy fog. noon, 73. the high 80 by 3:00 p.m.
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the 12 had your forecast ends at 5:00 p.m. with a 79-degree reading. 77 degrees at 6:00 p.m. big board at the airport, no major delays, despite the fact there's thick fog around philadelphia international. looks like we're getting most of our flights in and out on time. >> in "healthcheck" a new brain stud sheds light on why eating disorders are more common in women than men. women respond to brain activity related to negative body perception. they are affected by social pressure of physical appearance. while many have eating disorders, 20 million of female. another bad performance on the road has the eagles slipping to third in the nfc east. washington sacked carson wentz on the first defensive play.
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it was a sign of things to come u without lane johnson, wentz had little protection he suffered five sacks sam bradford and the minnesota vikings come to town. >> a tractor-trailer carrying kegs crashed on the expressway, katherine scott is live near the scene. >> reporter: matt and tam, 76 eastbound is still closed in grays ferry as crews work to clear away a tractor-trailer involved in the earlier crash we're live with the details coming up at 6:30 a.m. new this morning a road is
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blocked due to a ruptured water main at concord road and pancoast road in astin. repairs remain underway. new jersey trans it officials have restored more service to the hoboken terminal three weeks after the train crash that killed a woman and injured 100 people. there will be 6 more tracks. the ticket office will be open and two tracks remain closed as repairs go on. trains approaching the station must slow from 10 miles down to 5 miles per hour. >> police involved shooting in new jersey. >> armed robbers ambush a
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father as he was getting out of his car with his family steps away inside. we're live on that scene up next at 6:30.
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right on "action news," first up a father gunned down in his own driveway during an armed robbery we're live on the scene. >> breaking traffic noose, -- news, a tractor-trailer spills oil on the schuylkill expressway. we'll hell you get afternoon the mess. >> thousands are septa workers set to strike if there is no contract deal by the end of the month. >> 6:30, october 17. david murphy has weather and karen rogers has the accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. >> reporter: the schuylkill expressway eastbound has shut down for more than five hours.
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a tractor-trailer smashed up against the barrier wall. here's the change in the scene. they unload the everything on the tractor-trailer. it was carrying kegs of beer and things like that. it was loaded on to another tractor-trailer. that left the scene. this tractor-trailer is hooked up to a heavy duty tow truck. looks like they are pulling it out of here right now. it was leaking oil, so it created a mess on the roads. westbound was shut down, westbound we just had the left lane blocked. traffic westbound is getting by, but for more than five hours no traffic eastbound is getting by. 3 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. they are forcing everybody off at university avenue. you get back on at grays ferry. westbound you're traveling 8 miles per hour. if you're coming off the walt whitman bridge on the schuylkill expressway you'll be crawling along, traffic gets by, but on one lane gets by. if that's not enough we're noticing other slow speed this is the camera view from the vine
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westbound to the schuylkill expressway eastbound partially blocking this ramp a new accident involving the tractor-trailer. the problems keep coming in on the schuylkill expressway eastbound at university. meanwhile, we have an accident pennsylvania turnpike eastbound approaching willow grove, police and fire crews on the scene with this accident, as well. a bit of fog in the area, westbound traffic getting heavy on the ben. the big problem, david an accident on the schuylkill expressway. >> reporter: what a bad time of morning for the a roadway like that to be hindered, karen. let's start you with satellite. there's a lack of cloud cover across the region, but some of you are stuck with fog from philadelphia and west. allentown, 3-mile. wilmington, half mile. the other areas covered in gray we've been in and out of low visibility, be careful driving around in the western areas in philadelphia. temperatures are not treating us
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too badly. 57 in allentown. 58 in reading, 53 in millville. 63 in cape may. as we go into the afternoon, the big story of the day is going to be that temperature and how high it's going to get. 58 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 66 by 10. noon, 73. by 3:00 p.m., 80 is the high, well above average, back to 76, still pretty comfortable by 6:00 p.m. this evening. tam when i step inside we have warmer temperatures and possible record breakers the next couple of days before it's back to reality. we'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thank you, david. now let's back to the breaking traffic news, karen telling us about the eastbound schuylkill expressway shut down after a tractor-trailer accident with fuel and debris making a mess off the expressway. let's go out to katherine scott live in grays ferry watching this this morning, tell us what you're seeing, katherine. >> reporter: right now they are
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towing away the tractor-trailer that blocked schuylkill expressway for hours. they are starting to haul it away. meanwhile, 76 east is still shout down hopefully this is good news and hopefully this means they will open it back up soon. westbound traffic be has been getting by in one lane. they have to unload the tractor-trailer, they will be able to tow it. they had a forklift they hauled out of the tractor-trailer, kegs and drink bottles and cans. they loaded it on to another tractor-trailer that left. it is near university avenue. they are moving it away. it was a two vehicle crash involving a tractor-trailer and another vehicle that was towed. a person in the other car was taken to hanheman for treatment. police have not released their
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condition. the tractor-trailer was leaking oil and debris in the westbound lanes. salt trucks were out earlier they made passes to prep the roadway. the side of tractor-trailer was crushed over the median, it was split at its side. they had to lighten up the load before they hooked it up to the tow truck. that's what they were working on for hours. obviously there's been big delays, the road is closed, but since the tractor-trailer has been towed away, hopefully this means they will be opening up the road pretty soon. we're keeping an eye on it so far good news the tractor-trailer has been hauled away. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> more breaking news, a man's dieing words may help police who shot and killed him during an attempted robbery outside his home. it happened while his wife and young child were inside. annie mccormick is live where this happened on the 5100 block of f street in the crescentville
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section. >> reporter: matt in the past hour, homicide detectives and crime scene investigators left the scene. they were talking to family members and people who work with the victim. family members gave us a picture of the victim identifying him towels as a 28-year-old a father an hulls originally from the dominican republic who moved to america, he worked here as a barber. this is video from the scene 10:30 the 5100 block of f street. the 28-year-old victim lives with his family including his wife and young child. now he just arrived home from shopping when he got out of his vehicle two men approached him, at least one of the men had a gun. both announced a robbery. at some point one of the suspects fired multiple shots. police were able to transport the victim rushing him to temple university hospital where he was
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in and out of consciousness. the victim was able to give police some information. >> the victim told us he was robbed and after the victim was shot one of the purpose trairmts actually took a semi -- perpetrators actually took a semi automatic gun from the victim. we don't know if the victim pulled the weapon or it was stolen as a result of the robbery. >> reporter: now, police did also have a witness that they transported to northwest detectives before they realized this was a homicide since initially the victim was taken to the hospital. he was not pronounced until 2:30 a.m. it's not clear if the witness saw the crime or just in the neighborhood at the time. one other thing police are looking for, they say they believe they have surveillance video in the area they are hoping that can help them out, as well. reporting live in crescentville, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news."
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>> we have dropping news in toms river, new jersey, a police-involved shooting took place in the town's silverton section late last night. the department said no officers were injured. the ocean county prosecutor's office and sheriff's departments are handling the investigation. a motorcycle required was struck by an suv and trapped under the suv. the biker is in critical condition. accident investigators are on the scene piecing together what happened. >> septa commuters are bracing for a possible strike on number of 1, a week out from election. all buses and trolleys county subway would be shut down. thought of that has commuters dreading how they will get around. >> what would you have to do? >> probably walk all the way to work. >> that's how i get to work in the morning. that would be terrible. >> walking most probably, 30 blocks it's a little far. >> reporter: more than five thousand septa workers
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authorized the strike seeking better pay, healthcare and pension plans. septa says it's looking for a compromise in the best interest of its riders and employees and stakeholders. regional rail would not shut down for the strike since it's operated by a different union. >> tuesday of last week you were saying next week will be pretty warm. >> reporter: as it turned out we busted through the roof as we look ahead the next couple of days. three days we could be at 80 or better. dry conditions, sprinkles in the north and west have dried up. looking live sky6 live hd temple university camera looking south along broad street. we have fog around the area, but we're not seeing the entire breadth of city hall from top to bottom from morgan hall there. the dewpoint 59 that's an
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indication that the air is saturated making it easy for the fog to form. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. generally you need a strong wind to break up the fog, as well. satellite shows you above the ground and the fog we have the main bank of fog cover east of us, once that burns off we'll see sunshine. overall today a mix of sun and clouds. the big story over the the next 12 hours is where the temperatures are going later. 58 degrees and comfortable by 8:00 a.m. 66 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 73 degrees and the high today will be 80 degrees in philadelphia at 3:00 p.m. and still holding close to that by 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. tonight. very warm this afternoon, if you're going to be working or playing outside, t-shirts work, that's a rare thing to say in october in philadelphia, certainly the second half. 80 is the high in philadelphia today. same thing in wilmington, reading, lancaster, pretty much the same story in allentown and trenton. 77 in millville.
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down the shore in the low 70s well above average. we'll warm up more today than yesterday when we were in the low 70s. it will get warmer over the next couple of days. you can see that looking at current numbers. 60 in philadelphia. in the 70s in st. louis and wichita and new orleans. over the next time several days we'll see the warmer air from the midwest transfer east. 80 is today's high. 86 beats the old record by one degree tomorrow. wednesday, the record is 08. we'll mow down that record. 85 degrees. we'll have three straight arches where it will feel like summer. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 80. fog in the morning sunshine and record heat in the afternoon. 86 would beat the record if we stop at 85. we'll tie it. another record on wednesday, high of 85. demolishing the old record of 80. there could be a wednesday shower around, but most of you
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stay dry. thursday, a mix of sun and clouds. we get to the other side of the big ridge it won't be as warm, 77 is the high, well above average. friday, cloud skies and cooler, high of 71. saturday, clouds to sun, 65 probably dry, sunday partly sunny and cool. 63 feeling like soccer and football weather for the union and eagles. >> 6:42. emotions are running high this presidential race now it's getting dangerous in parts. the republican party down south has come under attack. >> a police officer has used smooth moves to smooth over commune relations. >> reporter: we have an update eastbound schuylkill expressway at university, penndot is checking the integrity of the wall after a tractor-trailer smashed into it. it's been closed for five hours or more, we'll see if they are
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getting reat to open it -- ready to open it back up. we'll talk about that next.
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>> 6:45 a.m. we continue the coverage of the breaking story, this tractor-trailer finally getting hauled away, karen. >> reporter: korea, they moved the tractor-trailer, but all lanes are still block eastbound on the schuylkill expressway at university. penndot is walking around to los like they are checking to see if there are any problems with the guardrail wall because the tractor-trailer was smashed up against it. they unlooked liked kegs of beer and there was an oil spill. all lanes are blocked at
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eastbound university. i wouldn't be surprised if they leave the scene and reopen it shortly. web doesn't look like police are on the scene westbound. traffic is getting by westbound but not eastbound on the schuylkill expressway at university and this major accident is causing problems. you're traveling at the best of times 16 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. you're being forced off at university. you can re-enter on grays ferry. westbound traveling at 19 miles per hour. we have the accident partially blocking the ramp from the vine to university avenue so that's been -- schuylkill expressway eastbound that's creating problems, as well. the mess on the schuylkill expressway eastbound has not reopened. we have another problem overturned truck on 422 westbound traffic past trooper overturned tractor-trailer blocking one of the lanes, you see emergency workers on the scene. a look at the big picture we've been talking about the schuylkill expressway, i-95 southbound traffic jammed about 16 miles per hour at cottman,
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23 miles per hour near the betsy ross bridge. the fog is a problem this morning. we're down to.3 visibility in philadelphia. and wilmington, lancaster, watch for the fog heading out, tam. >> thank you, karen. breaking right now on "action news," police say five cars were set a blaze in the overbrook section of the city. the action cam was 60th and west columbia avenue where you can see the charred vehicles. they were called out to a suspicious fire nearby at 656th even master street where they found a dumpster overturned and tblaims burning the side of of -- side of a store. >> someone threw a firebomb through the republican office in hillsboro, north carolina and sprayed nazi on the nearby wall. they damaged signs and furniture
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inside. donald trump tweeted animals representing clinton carried out the attack. clinton in the north carolina democratic party condemned the firebombing.
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>> time to see what's coming up on "good morning america." >> robin roberts joins us, i
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know you're following what's going on in iraq while they try to irradicate isis once and for all. >> reporter: you're right, matt, thousands of troops marching to defeat the terrorist organization, our team is live on the ground. a dramatic car rescue caught on camera after a woman drove her car into a deep lake bystanders jumping into action to save her life. we have video of the desperate race against time coming up. my new pod cast everybody has something, i'm discussing overcoming obstacles in the public eye and what life teaches. amy robach and dan harris, sit down with me that we are proof everybody has something. >> i was thinking about something you say make your
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measure message. that trends directly with the book, can't wait to see it. >> thanks, tam, appreciate it. >> reporter: we have breaking traffic news, trash all over the place, 422 it's hard to see because of the fog. you can see the flashing lights, 422 westbound past trooper this overturn trailer in the left lane. everything spilled out on the median, 422. the schuylkill expressway all lanes blocked at university, going on 6 hours. >> reporter: all right, karen we have jackets on the kids in the morning, t-shirts in the afternoon. cloud cover sweeping through, some of you dealing with fog, we are expecting a mix of sun and clouds. as we go through the day, 73 degrees by noon. following our start in the 50s. the high today 80 degrees this afternoon and we have two more days in the 80s on tuesday and wednesday, tam, before we start to get cool gene. >> thank you, david.
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a police's dance moves are a viral video sensation, but his worlds are serving a bigger purpose. >> he busted a move at a pep rally in valley. he said don't be afraid of police and embrace challenges that's what makes you successful. we'll be right back. katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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>> our top stories breaking, a young father was shot and killed during a robbery outside his home in the crescentville section. his wife and young child were inside the home when it happened. the victim was able to give police information about his attackers before he died. >> reporter: the schuylkill expressway finally moving again at university avenue. schuylkill expressway is reopened eastbound at university avenue, but you're crawling along because of the that accident. and we've got another one on the vine westbound partially blocking the ramp to the schuylkill expressway eastbound, another reason to jam you up this morning, dave. >> reporter: we have fog here and there, half mile in wilmington and lancaster. be careful in the areas where you see the gray. this afternoon how about sun and clouds, high of 80 degrees.
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good morning, america. breaking right now, the massive battle to take down isis. thousands of troops marching at this hour. americans helping with the all-out assault in the air to stop the terrorists and take out one of their biggest strongholds. we're live on the frontlines with the make-or-break battle this morning. a republican office in north carolina firebombed, vandalized with a swastika. donald trump calls the attackers animals, as he doubles down on claims this election is rigged. >> the process rigged. it's a rigged election. it's a rigged system. >> and hillary clinton faces a new blast of leaked e-mails. october surprise. a record wave of heat spreading across the nation. temperatures soaring near a hundred degrees. millions from texas to new york bracing for a major warm-up right now. and a great


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