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you now, 7:00 a.m., october 29 here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a woman is hurt after she smashes into a tree in delaware overnight. ahead we hear from local voters on the new e-mail controversy surrounding hillary clinton this morning. a weekend warmup, we'll be able to ditch the coats for at least a couple of days. outside we go, chris sowers is outside it's chilly out there. >> reporter: do not follow my lead, hat, gloves, coat, you will need it. i have a wind breaker on. take a look at the numbers, icy cold, 0 degrees in martins creek. quakertown, 30. tanersville, 30. 34 in warrington, pottstown, 30. lots of frost, coatsville, 32, 42 in center city. saint davids, 35 degrees on the other side of the delaware river we go into south jersey, glassboro, hammonton, vineland.
31. pair of 3s in gandys beach. satellite and radar fortunately we've lost the wind. it's not as bad as yesterday, yesterday we had the biting wind. temperatures in the 50s. >> reporter: today we see sunshine, a phew clouds approaching from the west. accuweather says we'll see more sun than clouds today. with the winds out of the southwest it's a warmer breeze, it will get us up to 69 degrees, overall it looks like a nice day, as a matter of fact it's better for tomorrow. here's what we're watching over the next few days, summer like weekend, some numbers could push 80 degrees, it looks that warm. we're tracking showers and we have chilly weather returning just in time for the trick or treaters. when i come back in just a few minutes i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you for the update. ten days before the election and the campaign has rocked with another bombshell. e-mails are once again haunting
hillary clinton and this morning hillary clinton and donald trump are responding to the new fbi investigation. abc news' chuck severson has the details. >> reporter: hillary clinton called on the fbi for an explanation. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> reporter: her campaign blindsided by the sudden announcement from james comey, he reopened the investigation into the e-mails. he wrote the fbi learned about e-mails pertinent to the investigation. clinton is crying foul. >> we are 11 days out from the most important election of our lifetime which is why we're calling on the fbi to release all the information it has. even director comey noted this new information may not be significant, so let's get it
out. >> reporter: the e-mails were found on a device found -- of disgraced ex-congressman anthony weiner. donald trump reveled in the new found fortune. >> i have great respect for the fact that the fbi and the department of justice are willing to have the courage to right the horrible mistake that they made. >> reporter: trump blamed the fbi for failing to bring charges against clinton for unauthorized use of a private e-mail account and server. >> it might not be as rigged as i thought. >> reporter: now both campaigns can only wait to see what effect this stunning surprise will have on voters in november. >> the accusation against
clinton hillary clinton -- we talked to the supporter also at trump rally. -- supporters at both rallies had plenty to say. >> it's terrible, it's horrible. a gift to mr. trump. >> you don't want to hear something like this coming out. but this is like old news. >> i lost faith in the fbi, but now it's restored. it's the right thing to do. >> it made my day, it could swing the election. >> mike pence and bill clinton were campaigning in pennsylvania. although it could -- although hillary clinton is in the lead here, the state is still in play. firefighters in northern
liberties philadelphia, firefighters got a call to head to the north shore beach club on the ten hundred block of germantown avenue. they found smoke pouring out of the buildings. crews managed to bring the fire under control in 15 minutes. no reports of injuries and no word on what caused the fire. new this morning, a woman in critical condition after her car slammed into several trees off a delaware road. the action cam right there at the scene red mill road in newark. police say an nissan ultima swervegd over -- swerved off the road this morning. they found the car pressed against the tree. the woman was trapped inside and it took 40 minutes to free her. officers are investigating into what caused the accident. if you use septa to get around town, pay close attention to this story. five thousand septa workers could walk off the job.
workers prepared picket signs at the local 234 union hall in northern liberties last night. union members voted to go on strike midnight monday if no deal is reached. if they strike they will leave septa commuters who use buses subways and trollies a new mode of transportation tuesday morning. if they strike it does not affect regional transportation. from our new jersey newsroom, a jury could begin deliberating in the so-called bridgegate trial monday. closing arguments were presented yesterday in newark. defendants said chris christie concocted a plan to create gridlock at the george washington bridge as political revenge. chris christie said he was unaware of plan, but testimony contradicted his account. defendants face conspiracy and wire fraud charges. coming from you're a delaware newsroom, a beloved
bakery that was badly damaged by fire last christmas is now back open for business. the bakery opened its doors in elsmere. they are suing the company that installed the oven that is believed to be the cause of the fire. the bakery owner said it's been a longer road, but he is happy to be back in business. >> it's crazy and try to get everything back together and reorganized and put everything back into working condition, new roof, son -- so on and so fort. we got everybody back and we're back at home again. >> they have served the new castle county area for more than 6 years. 7:07 a.m. it was a thrilling 9th inning finish for game three of the world series, we have the highlights for you. plus, look at this, this toddler could run any nba player off the
course. this is the most beautiful time of the year to go for a walk, we'll tell you about a local effort to get seniors out and about. chris you're not a senior just yet. >> reporter: no, but talking about beautiful weather, especially this weekend, talking about 80 degrees, look what happens in the time for the trick or treaters on monday. i'll have the call from accuweather coming up next.
>> rebels have launched a new of a fencive in the war -- offensive in the war racked city of aleppo. 15 people were killed and 100 hurt. russian war planes have renewed bombing positions in the city after days of relative calm. gorcht -- government backed airstrikes are trying to drive rebels from the city.
police say a man climbed on top of a tower of the new jersey side of the glij during -- geore washington bridge, during the early morning commute. the upper lanes connecting new jersey to new york were reopened after authorities grabbed the man. this morning he is being evaluated. >> reporter: you don't say. >> let's get caught up with the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. you say it's going to be warm, but not now. >> reporter: not now. you will need a coat and hat, but afternoon, 70 degrees, ton of sunshine. really, really nice. there's the view from penns landing, very quiet this morning, we've lost the winds from yesterday, but it's blustery. it is 42 degrees outside the studio on city avenue. the actual air temperature in philadelphia, 40. some locations as we flip it
over to the radars are in the 30s. 65 degrees, monday's high, tuesday, blustery. 56 degrees. wednesday, 53, thursday, 58, friday, 57 degrees. allentown, 33. reading, same number, trenton, 33. atlantic city, 33 one degree above freezing. millville is sitting at the freezing mark of 32. dover, 39. cape may, 43. you get the idea it's very blustery this morning. we've lost the strong winds, there's somewhat of a breeze, temperatures are cold enough we have patchy frost throughout the region. the 24 hour temperature change shows numbers 10 to 25 degrees colder than the same time yesterday. the big story is tomorrow when i show you the map it will be a
good ten to 20 degrees warmer. we have the warm front pushing through. frontal system to the north, lots of clouds and showers, that all collapses to the south as we get into sunday, sunday evening into the overnight we could see a brief period of as the frontal system crosses the area. future tracker 6, easy as she goes, nothing going on, steady as she goes, i guess. clouds increase overnight tonight. tomorrow pretty much cloudy from start to finish. we dropped the numbers down a little bit. we were forecasting 80, we lord lord -- lowered a little bit. monday comes a brief round of rain, that will set up the cooler numbers for halloween. 6 degrees today, it's mild, temperatures in the upper 450s, the normal high for this
time of the year, 62. 73 by 2:00 p.m. we're forecasting a high of 76 because the frontal system is speeding up a little bit. you can see what's going on to the north. 54 in the poconos. 65 in allentown. as that front drops to the south, the numbers will begin to drop sunday night into monday. halloween we're forecasting a high of 58. 57 degrees by 4:30 p.m., that's when kids start to trick or treat. 9:00 a.m., 30s for the poconos, low 40s north and west, 47 degrees in the city of philadelphia. much, much cooler. today, 59 in philadelphia. 68 in millville. allentown, 68 a few clouds. overnight tonight it's mild, tempts in the mid to upper 50s, partly cloudy skies, not a bad evening. for trick or treaters on halloween. 55 by 6:00 p.m. bundle up, 47 degrees by 9:00 a.m. we'll call it chilly.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 69 today. 76 for tomorrow with the showers very late in the day and into the evening hours. 58 degrees on halloween. and then we're warming up again most of next week. 64 tuesday, 72 wednesday, thursday, 70 degrees. getting back to tomorrow, 76. let's assume the modeling is wrong we'll see more sunshine than clouds, yes, we'll hit 80 degrees tomorrow afternoon. are with done with the 80s after that? >> reporter: i've been saying we're done for weeks and it hadn't happened. fall foliage at its peak the perfect time to take a walk outside. art of aging with tamala edwards shows seniors in fairmont park. >> reporter: every year the philadelphia corporation of aging partners with the fairmont
park to get seniors out to move. >> it's one of the biggest urban park system in the united states. >> just being outdoors it's great. >> reporter: for seniors to walk in the park it's a chance to appreciate the city's beauty. >> it's nice to smell the nice fresh air. >> it promotes happiness and good state of mind. >> my mother always told me do as much as you can when you can. >> reporter: now that's in his 60s, legendary eagle car mikemichael says his go to exercise is hiking. >> you'll have conversation and you will walk and it will go fast. >> reporter: the next hike is november 65 walk through the wissahickon. you need to to motivate yourself get out. you can find the details at art
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so glad you stayed with us, 7:19 there's plenty of halloween fun for the family in and around the delaware lehigh valleys this weekend. franklin square welcomes trick or treaters today. they are invited to dress up in their halloween costumes and bring their dogs, they can ride around the park. the event is free. it happens from 1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the square at 6th and race streets. 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. fall pumpkin fest live music, and a whole lot more. there will be trick or treating at business along south street. this is free from 3:00 p.m. to
5:00 p.m. today. you can dress in your halloween costume and hit the pavement for the first philadelphia costume dash 5k. 10k it takes you down the mlk drive on the banks. schuylkill river. the fun continues with an after party at the schuylkill banks pavilion. that's a look at what's happening around town this weekend. sports is up next.
poconos, breezy and warmer, quite a bit of sunshine. heading to the tropics, believe it or not it's hurricane season. that actually lasts until november 30. we have a amount to go. we have an area of low pressure sitting right about here, just getting ready to move into the bay of campism -- campicci or the southern gulf. if it survives it will run into the winds and the winds will rip it a part. if you're vacationing there, good for you, looks like a nice week. there's the sheering winds west to east, there's the storm right there, those winds will rip that storm a part. the indians lead the world series 2-1. they won game three in a pitchers dual at wrigley field.
cocoa crisp singled in a run. the tribe's bullpen dominated 1-0 the score. here's jamie apody with the rest of the sports. >> reporter: good morning, it was a celebration fit for the champions, hundreds of students waited hours to get into the villanova hoops mania, they were not disappointed. what a show that was. [cheering] what a spectacle. the crowd was screaming looking at the championship trophy. the players got their rings and they are stunning as was a dancing coach rolly massomino. they are treated to a surprise
concert byleffa. >> i want to give a big round of applause to the team. >> reporter: the key to beating the cowboys is stopping elliot. the defense is holding their own, it's the offense that's struggling. carson wentz and company unable to get in the endzone like the last three games. >> i think it's added because of where we are in the standings. anytime we play them during the year it's going to be a big game whether it is the third and figure out or first and second in the division. we're excited about it, it's a lot of fun, football is supposed to be fun and this game will be fun.
>> the sixers host atlanta 12:30. what everybody will want to see is okafor and embiid in the lineup at the same time. they are both coming off injuries. embiid supposed to play 20, okay okay -- okafor 14. >> as far as making it a constant part of a strategy, it's beyond too early. >> reporter: penn state and purdue kickoff at noon. you have to worry about a hangover effect. coach franklin makes it clear who the nittany lions are focused on. >> we've moved on, we're on purdue, that's our focus. >> reporter: temple owls plan to make it three straight wins when they host cincinnati at the linc. head coach matt rhule excited
about the run they have put together. >> it feels great, going down to florida and playing the number 27 team in the county, south florida and beating them at home. i'm proud of the team. >> reporter: much more of my interview with coach ruhle temple play book at 9:45 a.m. we'll talk a little electric guitar and pepper steaks, too, a whole lot of fun. go out and have a great saturday. >> ben simmons and lebron james may have competition in a like that tyke. isn't he cute, 3-year-old carter is already a triple threat. he can shoot, dribble and pass. even though he is a toddler, he makes it look like toddlers
>> a big late october surprise for hillary clinton. the fbi is looking into e-mails once again. we have details on what sparked the investigation. plus, crews rush two teenagers to the hospital after they were shot in wilmington. today marks four years since super-storm sandy barreled a shore and destroyed parts of the jersey shore. we're on those stories in a moment, but outside we go, meteorologist chris sowers. there's a warm up today. >> reporter: the numbers could get close to 70 degrees, but the
numbers right now are frightening a little chilly. 33 degrees in allentown. patchy frost in the lehigh valley. reading, 33. poconos, 34. philadelphia, 42. millville, 32 that's the freezing mark. trenton, 33. wilmington, 35 and dover, 39 degrees. so generally speaking the numbers are anywhere from 5 to as much as 17 degrees colder than the same time yesterday but here's the good news, we've lost that gusty breeze. most of the wind speeds are from zero to 3 or 5 miles per hour. yes it's cold out here, but it doesn't feel that blustery like yesterday with the strong gusty winds. satellite and radar showing a little bit of cloudy cover to the north. today accuweather feels we'll see a decent amount of sun, we'll see clouds mixing in from time to time. that will allow the sunshine to warm the numbers up throughout the day. just a little bit of clouds. chilly through 9, 43. lunchtime, 58.
3:00 p.m., 62 that's the average tie. 6:00 p.m., 67 degrees. you can see we're going way above average after a full week below average. the whole workweek was below seasonal averages. we're going in the other direction as we get into tomorrow. are you ready for this? some locations could push 80 degrees, that would be the 6th time this october we hit 80 degrees if we hit that mark. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll take a look at the numbers, and i will have cooler changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> look forward to the update. thank you so much. more drama on the campaign trail this morning, the latest shock to hit the hillary clinton campaign is resonating across the political landscape. the fbi looking into newly discovered e-mails, they were found a computer longing to clinton's long time aid, huma abedin. the wife of former new york congressman an teen weiner. the couple is separated. agents say they found the e-mails while investigating
weiner for allegedly sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl using the same computer. fbi is looking into whether classified information was mishandled. hillary clinton is calling on comey to provide more details. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not. >> in july, comey announced he would not bring charges against clinton for using a private e-mail server while serving as secretary of state. donald trump quickly responded to the news of the fbi's discovery. >> i've had many words about the fbi lately, but i give them great credit for having the courage to right this horrible wrong. justice will prevail.
>> trump went on to accuse hillary clinton to try to politicize the investigation. trump's running mate mike pence was in bucks county stumping for votes yesterday. the news of the hillary clinton e-mail controversy excited trump supporters. many hoping it will give them the last-minute surge needed ten days before the election. jeff chirico was there. >> reporter: we call on the fbi to immediately release all the e-mails pertinent to their reopened investigation, the american people have a right to know. >> reporter: it didn't take much for mike pence to fire up a crowd in bensalem, pennsylvania. the latest chapter in the e-mail saga show polls her leading in the important battleground state, but pennsylvania is too close to call. trump's faithful are encouraged the fbi announcement would shake things up. >> i lost faith in the fbi, but
now it's restored. i think it was the right thing to do. >> it made my day, it could swing the election. >> reporter: at a rally in reading, president bill clinton didn't mention the latest controversy that has some worried. >> it's terrible, horrible. a gift to mr. trump. >> you don't want to hear something like this coming out. but this is like old news. >> reporter: clinton's supporters point out there's no wrong doing by secretary clinton they don't think the october surprise will lead to a shocker on election day. >> it's another investigation into the e-mails, most people know how they feel about the e-mail situation, this is more solidifies whichever way you lean toward on the e-mail specter. >> reporter: vice president joe biden is expected in philadelphia on monday night. donald trump could return to the philadelphia suburbs as early as tuesday. on the art museum steps, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> you can keep track of all the breaks news right from the
campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc app. the time 7:36 new information to tell you about this morning, two teenage boys were shot in wilmington. crews transported them both to the hospital in critical condition. both victims were 16 years old and shot along the 2600 block of north market street. police say they got to the scene around 11:15 p.m. last night. it's not clear this morning, but we can tell you both of the victims were taken to two different hospitals. police have not made any arrests at this point. we don't know a motive for the shooting. new this morning, police believe an argument led to a deadly shooting in bucks county overnight. the action cam at the scene 2nd and chestnut streets in perkisie burrow. the victim was in the park when an unidentified man shot him. he was pronounced at the hospital. police are working to track down the shooter. it was four years ago today super-storm sandy devastated new
jersey coastline and emotions are still raw. >> when do we want it now? >> reporter: governor chris christie heard from hecklers as he visited a rebuilt business, 365,000 homes were destroyed by sandy. >> it's going to take a while to rebuild. the fact that 1700 of those homes are back and restored is something that i am proud of no matter how many people yell and scream. >> i'm amazed that we made it this far with the struggles we have gone through over the last four years and every step of the process to recover has been a nightmare. >> lawmakers are considering bills that would crackdown on contractor scams and stop foreclosures on sandy victims. >> from our delaware newsroom. this weekend police are aggressively cracking down on drunk drivers. more than 100 police officers
will be patrolling in wilmington, bear, dover and rehoboth beach and they will be out looking for drunk drivers. officers are conducting numerous dui checkpoints. and police say they hope the visual enforcement will act as a deterrent. there need more than 3,000 dui arrests in delaware so far this year. a warning morning if you have little ghosts or goblins at home. we'll tell you how to protect your little ones from mistaking medication for halloween candy. gloucester county we have a fun annual event in the area. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly now, chris promises the warmup is coming. "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment. i approve this message.
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chunken contest in mullica hill yesterday. they built their own contraptions to catapult pumpkins a long range. they had three weeks to design them. >> reporter: another thing at mullica hill is chain saws, you can fire them you mean. its fun. we have two more nights to do it, halloween is all but over with. let's show you the view as we go down to atlantic city, what a gorgeous shot you can see the sun starting to rise, hardly a cloud in the sky down the jersey shore. looks like a nice day, the radars are clear, we'll keep it this way right through sunday
afternoon. late in the evening, showers could move in with an approaching front late in the day toward the evening hours. 69 degrees, that's the high temperature. there's the normal, 62. after a week of 50s, it will feel better. 40 degrees is where we started out this morning. if you enjoy viewing the fall foliage, this is the peak weekend. it's patchy in south jersey, poconos past peak and all areas to the north, upstate new york and most of new england. this is the weekend to do especially before the front comes through sunday night into monday morning. there will be winds with the front that will knock the leaves off the trees. quakertown, 31. martins creek, 30. center city the warm spot if you want to call it that, 32. 34 in cinnaminson. freezing in glassboro, 31 in hammonton. woodbine, 34.
there's the frontal system to the north this is where all the showers will stay today upstate new york, vermont new hampshire this area here. this will drift owe closer and closer to the delaware valley. monday it will go down here, southern delmarva, places like roanoke and river monday. we'll get cooler weather as we get into halloween. frontal system out here, could be a bumpy ride and gusty winds outside that, lower 48 okay. our normal high, 62. this is the air mass that is heading this way as we get into this afternoon, and tomorrow. future tracker 6 sun and clouds out there today. nothing really to talk about. cloudy skies for tomorrow. this is going to be the tricky
part of tomorrow's forecast. if the clouds hold tough. we have more clouds than sun, more than likely temperatures hold back in the mid 70s. assuming for a second this is incorrect we see more sun than clouds, tomorrow will be closer to 80 degrees. 69 degrees. sun and clouds breezy. winds out of the southwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. 62 by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 66. 5:00 p.m., 67 degrees. overnight tonight, 54 degrees outlying suburbs, 59 for center city. halloween looks like partly cloudy, not a bad day, a little chilly. 55 degrees. 49 degrees by 8:00 p.m. it will be chilly as the trick or treaters head out and start gathering their treasures. bundle them up. 69 degrees unseasonable warm today. tomorrow, 76 unseasonable warm. 58 for halloween, chilly,
breezy. tuesday, sun and clouds, 64. wednesday and thursday, presentsly warm, high temperatures in the -- presently warm, high temperatures in time low 70s. friday, cooler, 62. the only chance of rain is late sunday evening into sunday night. outside of that most of the week is dry. no scary weather on halloween. >> reporter: no, not bad. >> reminders you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day go to 6abc.com/weather. it is 7:46 an all new "fyi philly" is coming up tonight on 6abc, here erin o'hern and alicia vitarelli with the preview. >> reporter: hi, everyone here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." >> this is back and forth a stop in. planning a night out, we've got you covered. get crafty that includes a board brush and bottle of wine.
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if you know someone is at risk there's a better chance at preventing the problem. halloween is monday, for the kids it is about the costume county candies. they warn about the sweet treats. ali gorman explains. >> trick or treat. >> reporter: halloween is fantasy time when girls and boys turn into make believe princesses and goblins and monsters. for poison control centers it can be a time for fright. >> you tell me which is which in these boxes. >> reporter: it's easy to confuse serious medication with candy. >> this is the candy this is the medication. >> reporter: there are more look a likes than you think. a seizure medication is identical to smarties andtylenoe
pill minders boxes which don't have child safety caps are in grandparents homes and worrisome. >> they leave it on the kitchen table or counter balls it's something for them it's a reminder to take everyday. >> reporter: in fact the cdc said one in five grandparents store their over-the-counter medications in easy access places. kid friendly flavors in some medications can temple children. to prevent -- tempt children. to prevent candy confusion keep drugs up and away on a high shelf or better yet in a cabinet. funk a child has eaten something they should not have call poison
control. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we take this live picture sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport. chilly start, but it's going to get warmer. we'll see you after the break.
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>> all right so glad you stayed with us, final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. we could reach near 70. >> reporter: it's going to be a strange day because you need a heavy coat this morning by afternoon you will need a short sleeved t-shirt and genes. 11:00 a.m., 53. 1:00 p.m., 62. you can see how the numbers are
climbing. lots of sun and high clouds during the course of the day. sunday, we lowered it from yesterday's high of 80. we're seeing an increase of clouds on the modeling, assuming for a second that's incorrect we see more sun we're hitting 80 degrees on sunday. for halloween, partly sunny, cooler, 58 degrees, temperatures are in the low 50s for the trick or treaters. toasty sunday. it is now 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's paula ferris with a preview. >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," the bombshell revelation rocking the hillary clinton campaign this morning. fbi director james comey examining a new bhach -- batch of remails digging them up in an unrelated investigation with disgraced former congressman anthony weiner.
our power house political team is breaking it down on this busy saturday morning, hope you join us. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. four years after super-storm sandy batters new jersey, nora muchanic hears from homeowners frustrated on the road to recovery. indians win the third world series game. i'm gray hall, i hope you make it a gray day.
good morning, america. new overnight, the campaign bombshell. hillary clinton reacting to the fbi's shocking announcement that they found new e-mails that may be pertinent to the investigation into her private server. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> the connection to top aide huma abedin and the sexting scandal involving her estranged husband, the disgraced congressman anthony weiner. on the stump, donald trump pounces. >> this is bigger than watergate. >> could this turn the tide of the election? our political team weighs in, plus, the latest abc news tracking poll. on fire, an airplane bursts into flames during takeoff. panicked passengers rushing for the exits. >> fire. >> the plane's wing melted.