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4:30 a.m., october 28. it is friday. >> we know we're following a developing story. philadelphia police open fire on a knife-wield be man. we'll have a live report with overnight details. >> mike pence' plane skids off a runway, but still will be on the campaign trail today, a bucks county stop is on that schedule. new york city firefighter made a daring rescue from a burning building, now his father is talking about his son got his start at a montgomery county
fire company. >> it's damp out there, let's turn to david murphy and karen rogers. >> reporter: we have cloud cover trying to vacate the region and the rain is off the coast and blustery winds coming in from the west. 52 degrees in philadelphia. better than the last couple of mornings. 47 in allentown. 50 in wilmington. 56 in cape may. there's sustained winds in most neighborhoods, some of you will be dealing with single digit winds. we'll see gusts in the early morning and afternoon over 30 miles per hour. look for blustery day. temperatures will be on the cool side later on. 49 by 10:00 a.m. 51 by noon, we'll climb to 57 for the high, but with the wind blowing you'll want to hold on to your hats. 6:00 a.m., 52 degrees. we're looking at a great warmup for the weekend, karen. a few showers possible on sunday afternoon. i'll have the details set you up
for all the weekend plans coming up. >> reporter: my earrings are falling off, i am a mess this friday morning. but the vine street expressway is looking good, no overnight construction hardly any cars out there, one car moving westbound slowly heading toward the schuylkill expressway with no problem. looking at the schuylkill expressway itself live at vare avenue. the lights are out, the lights have been out on the schuylkill expressway in the past couple of days, brighter in some spots than others. dark ride in in spots. other than that no major issues we're not talking about any accidents on the blue route, schuylkill expressway or i-95. you want to watch for the wet leaves that can make the roads slippery. 42 northbound traffic coming up from deptford or turnersville no problems just yet, matt. >> developing overnight, philadelphia police open fire on a man armed with a knife.
we're learning about what led up to the shooting this morning. gray hall is live at police headquarters with the full story, gray. >> reporter: matt, police described this as a violent and disturbing situation. they head to the scene a ware that this man was suicidal and violent and potentially intoxicated. we have video to show you where this happened along the 3000 block of else nor street. they were met by a family member of the man inside the home. the person said the man inside had a knife and was trying to hurt himself, when officers entered the home they saw him sitting in a chair with a large knifepointed at his chest attempting to stab himself. the officers warned him and tasted him. they gave him another command to drop the weapon he refused, they tazed him a second time, they
exited the home and the man followed with the knife in hand and the officers were forced to fire their weapons. >> the man exits the front door of the property armed with the large knife and makes his way towards the officer and the officers discharged the weapon striking the male. at that point the male collapsed. the knife is removed from the male. >> all right, back out live, no officers injured in this, the suspect in the case is in stable, but critical condition, as is customary with the police-involved shooting the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. gray hall channel 6 "action news." >> matt. >> detectives are calling three car fires in the kensington section suspicious. the cars were parked on corral
street. windows were smashed abbey investigators believe an accelerant was used to set them on fire. >> it was a rough landing for republican vice presidential nominee mike pencil, his plane skidded off the runway last night. the plane was stopped by rushable safety barriers. -- crushable safety barriers. he canceled his appearance at trump towers, but will be on the campaign trail today which includes a stop in bucks county. annie mccormick is live in bensalem where pens is expected to appear after his harrowing night. >> reporter: after the rough landing, governor pence tweeted out that he was grateful everyone was safe. he assured his supporters he is back on the trail today including a stop in bensalem.
this is video as rescuers left the plane with mike pence along with the press and crew members. the 737 went off the runway tearing up concrete and stopping in the grass. the initially the flight was delayed due to weather. no one was injured. republican vice presidential noe assured supporters that mike pence was safe. >> the plane skidded off the runway, it was close to grave, grave danger, i spoke to mike pence, else fine, he got out, everybody is fine. >> governor how are you feeling? everything okay? >> reporter: pence called into the million dollar fund racer at trump tower he was forced to
missed. hillary clinton tweeted that mike pencil, his staff and secret service and the crew are all safe. and the campaign is work on securing a new plane while the national transportation safety board investigates the rough landing. the rally is planned for 2:00 p.m. at a business in bensalem outside tc millwork, doors open at 12:00 p.m. reporting live in bensalem. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> happening today, former president bill clinton will be touch stumping for his -- will be stumping for his wife in berks county. first lady michelle obama joined the democratic nominee for the first time on stage in north carolina yesterday. during the event missions obama said clinton is the most prepared candidate to run for president. clinton asked the crowd is there
anyone more inspiring than michelle bomb, they responded with cheers. >> jurors in the bridgegate trial are expected to return for closing arguments. the judge delayed the arguments saying an issue has a risen, but did not explain. bill baroni and brigette kelly are accused of creating traffic jams, they thought the closures was part of a legitimate traffic study. a jury has awarded former assistant football coach mike mcqueary $7.3 million. they found that the college defamed him after sandusky found guilty. mike mcqueary was asking for $4 million. >> a montgomery county native is making headlines around the world for pulling off a heroic
fire rescue. he repelled from the building as the rope caught fire. he pulled a man from the fire that claimed one life. he got his start at the willow grove volunteer fire company. members of the fire company watched as lee got a hero's recognition on abc news last night. >> he wanted to be a firefighter. definitely proud of him. >> four people were injured including the 81-year-old man who was rescued. 11 firefighters suffered minor injuries. >> good job there. >> popular bakery in delaware reopens this morning, but wants money to replace faulty overnight. a neighborhood in pennsylvania is not getting mail and fido could be to blame.
>> happening today a popular delaware bakery reopens in time for the purpose of the holidays, a fire destroyed the bakery last christmas eve. the bakery served the new castle county area for 60 years. the owners are suing the maker of the oven when was the cause the fire. >> what's it going to be like
around here. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you the rain from yesterday is gone, as we look outside, we have sky6 live hd there's the shore in atlantic city. every now and then the cameras you might find them bouncing just a bit because we have a bit of a breeze across the region. they will die down later tonight. 52 degrees in philadelphia. milder than recently. there's the current wind out west/northwest at 13 miles per hour. we're seeing gusts around 20 at this early hour. you can see how the clouds are breaking up a bit. looks like we'll start out with sun across the region. overall partly to mostly sunny skies is what to expect today. ment clouds on the move with the wind coming down out of the northwest. 47 degrees by 8:00 a.m. still rather cool and certainly jacket weather. 49 degrees by 10:00 a.m. up in the low 50s by noon. we're going for a high of 57 which is below average it will
be sweatshirt and jacket weather if you're outside toiling or playing. 9:00 a.m., 54 degrees. by 6:00 p.m. in the low 60s. out on the town tonight, in the 40s. mid 50 rest in allentown and trenton and 58 in cape may. milder down south. friday light -- night lights high school football, kickoff 51 degrees, 4th quarter, jackets and a couple of layers required, remember high school huddle at 11:30 with the highlights of big games. the winds turns out of the southwest with a high pressure out of the south anne the warm front to the north. we'll go up to 72 for the high with high clouds around and warmer on sunday probably into the mid 70s with afternoon
showers. for temple football on saturday, looks like a great game for what's looking like a good team this year, clouds and sun, breezy, 71 for the kickoff. 67 in the 4th quarter, enjoy yourself there. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, partly sunny and mostly sunny at times, blustery conditions out there. 67. partly sunny milder 72. more clouds roll in on sunday, high of 75 degrees. in the afternoon a few showers possible. monday we're looking at a cool down high of 60. but it's partly sunny and dry for halloween. looking at evening temperatures in the mid 50s in a lot of neighborhoods. seasonable and nice on tuesday, 66. back up in the 70s on wednesday, a dip back to 64 on thursday. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest information by going to 6abc.com/weather, nice warmup for the weekend, though, in the
next half-hour, we'll talk about where the fall foliage is peaking. >> a police chase took a strange turn when a man being fold stopped at a burger king. the man pulled into a fast-food restaurant and drove him. he had several outstanding warrants. >> police say a texas a&m student was trying to send a topless photo of herself when she crashed into the back of a police car. she admitted she was taking a snap chat to send to her boy friend. there was an open bottle of wine in the car. she was charge with driving while intoxicated. >> authorities have acquitted the head of the standoff in oregon. supporters cheered and hugged outside the courtroom when the
decision was announced. all seven defendants were acquitted including the group leader. bundy caused a ruckus in the courtroom when they said he couldn't be released. residents in a western pennsylvania neighborhood say a pitbull is preventing them from getting the mail. the dog tank slipped out of his collar and jumped on the mailman. the mail will be held until safety measures are put in place. >> it's horrible. i was crying because i felt like now i'm going to have the a hard time with the neighbors. >> as it turns out, residents say they are more upset with the post office and it is decision than tank's owners. >> it is 447 a a.m. we'll get a look at the roads up next.
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>> reporter: good morning, everyone, we're looking live in center city, looking good, kind of damp out there this morning, it's going to turn windy, watch for wet leaves on the roads. we have an accident, atlantic city expressway eastbound blocking the right lane. we have a vehicle on the tow truck, but a number of police officers here, looks like the two right lanes are blocked. traffic squeezing by on the atlantic city expressway eastbound at route 42. watch for that accident scene. 295 northbound between 42 and 168 we have construction one of the two lanes blocked. whenever you have half the lanes blocked you'll have extra slowing in the area. watch for that one. 42 northbound, the ramp from 295 northbound is blocked, they have construction in that area there are big headaches. some day they will be finished and the roads improved. >> the new jersey lieutenant
governor has split with chris christie on the gas ballot putting the gas tax specifically to transportation projects, she looked into where the money is going and that has her speaking out against the measure. >> i was concerned and did my own research and took my own position on whether people should support ballot number question number two, they should not support it until they do the same thing. >> reporter: a chris christie spokesperson said it was a misunderstanding. when asked about that possibility, the lieutenant governor did not respond. >> time for a first look at business here at the big board, a jury awarded a california woman $70 million in a lawsuit claiming johnson and johnson baby powder caused her cancer. jurors handed out $127 million
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shield officers, there name to be released only if they are charged with a crime. philadelphia has a policy to identify officers within 72 hours. >> harlem globetrotters star brought tricks and treats to a hospital in time for halloween. he showed them how to spin a ball on their finger and he suited up in scrubs to visit the kids who were in the healthy enough to come out of their rooms and passed out jack-o-lantern basketballs and other souvenirs. >> presidential hopeful donald trump is winning in one poll, it is at the halloween costume shop. >> a man on the run appears on snap chat while in the drivers side during a high-speed chase with police, that story when "action news" comes right back.
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5:00 a.m., friday, october 28. here's what's happening. >> a plane carrying donald trump's running mate overshoots the runway at laguardia airport. we're live where mike pence campaigns in bucks county. >> two bold jewelry store heists are connected. >> david murphy has a weekend warmup. >> and karen rogers has the traffic good morni