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we're live with the new overnight details. >> a pick up truck hits and kills a pedestrian in south jersey and races away from the deadly scene. commuters are waking up to yet another day of long lines and long waits and extreme traffic backups. today is day 4 of the septa strike. >> we have team coverage as we follow the walkout, with karen rogers and annie mccormick. >> we begin with david murphy. >> reporter: we have at jacket back on because there's a little bit of a chill in the air. we have showers that are off coast, and clouds are thinning out. it's cool, though, 52 degrees in philadelphia. 50 in allentown and reading and trenton. 53 in wilmington. 57 in cape may. a little bit of a light breeze out of the north/northwest. as we go through the day, we'll see sunshine and winds will pick up. it will be blustery and cool. 51 degrees by 7:00 a.m.
52 by 10 m noon, 54. we'll get a high of 61 but not there for long. by 6:00 p.m. we'll be in the low 50s and going into the 30s in most neighborhoods overnight. karen rogers i'll have the weekend call coming up and a change for the election day high temperature i'll let you know if it is up and down coming up. day four of the strike, we're following the regional rail, a little bit ago i warned you we might see delays with the median elwin line. we have a couple of delays already, yesterday we saw 30 minute delays, across the board for all the regional rails, media/elwyn people country get on the train. the rest of the trains are running on time at this moment. vine street expressway moving through the city, but expect
gridlock as the strike goes on with more people driving instead of taking mass transit. this is the schuylkill expressway eastbound near south street. we see the traffic moving, look at the number of vehicles and emergency workers on the scene. now the truck is trying to get by, tight squeeze right there. schuylkill expressway eastbound near south street if you're heading toward the walt whitman bridge. we have three police officers there, penndot on the scene. several involved with the accident scene on the schuylkill expressway eastbound blocking the right lane, pushed to the side. there you can see traffic is moving in this shot, but slowing down past the accident scene. >> "action news" reporter, annie mccormick is live at the sheraton in center city where federal officials and union leaders met and once again they left with no deal. >> reporter: no deal, but yesterday had a rocky start, but it did end with both sides back
at the table through a state mediator. they continued the negotiations late into the night, but ended with no deal yet. the latest proposal from septa has salary increases and enhanced pension plan. to off set the costs, union members will have to pay $120 more a month in healthcare. both sides are trying to get the numbers to match and come to agreement on non-economic issues like working conditions. septa chair accused the union of using the strike and willie brown cooled septa of playing games. if the strike continues through election day, septa has asked the union to temporarily spend the strike. the union said they will not back down 209 demand. several lawmakers are afraid that voters will not be able to make it to the polls early in the morning or late at night if the strike continues. back out here live, septa says
they are working on the paperwork to file an injunction in court so septa workers would go back to work organ election day, they did -- on election day, they did not file that yesterday, it could happen today. talks are expected to resume sometime later in the day here again at the sheraton. live in center city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you anney. developing this morning, philadelphia firefighters rescued two young children fighting through flames in olney to get to them to save their lives. they were rushed to the hospital in critical condition. katherine scott is live at the scene with the overnight details. what do we know katherine? >> reporter: tam, the two children were trapped on the second floor of the home when firefighters found them and rescued them. they were taken to the hospital in critical condition. we are told this morning they remain in critical condition. fire crews were on the scene throughout the evening. now a police vehicle sits outside the home as the investigation continues on the 300 block of east sheldon street
in olney. firefighters were called out around 9:45 p.m. and here within 4 minutes. 9 fire commissioner said there was heavy smoke inside the home all the way down to the floor. during the course of the fire fight they rescued two children who were trapped. a toddler was taken to einstein with smoke inhalation. the other child was rushed to st. christophers. they remain in critical condition, but they are improving, so we are certainly hopeful our throughout and prayers are with the family and everybody on this block in this neighborhood that's been affected by the incident. >> reporter: at this point there is no word if there was any smoke detecters inside the home. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. we're live in old knee, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." matt. >> thanks, katherine. new this morning, a driver struck a police officer in montgomery county and kept on
going, it happened while the whitpain township officer was responding to a call north wales road and pulaski drive last night. investigators are looking for a small black sedan with tinted windows. a car ran over a pedestrian near route 40 atlantic city high school before 7 a ladder rack with extensive front end drivers side damage. 6 6:06 a.m., another debate is heating up it's not politics. is nutella a spread or a desert? maribel aber has more. >> huge. >> reporter: futures pointing to a mixed open, october jobs report is due out this morning where economists are
forecasterring employers added $177,000 with the employment rate falling. the maker of nutella wants the fda to change the serving size. they think the smaller size will make the chocolate spread more appealing. the administration wants feedback from consumers how they use nutella. it's kind of like bacon it makes everything better. >> there's a debate, maribel. he does not think it makes everything better. >> put it on a tire and tell me how good that by the way nutela dessert, you should not have it for breakfast.
>> reporter: by the way i don't like bacon very much. >> look at this. wow. >> reporter: we have lack of precipitation after a few showers last night. taking a look outside, maybe we have early clouds, the sun breaks through quickly after sunrise it's cool and windy, we'll be getting windier as the day goes on. the temperature, 52 degrees, winds out of the north at 6 miles per hour. it's a manageable morning it's a morning for a jacket or light coat. we look at the cloud cover, the rain is gone we'll seal the break up in the clouds overhead. we'll wind up mostly sunny. cooler by the neck 1 hours, 8:00 a.m. 50. 52 by 10:00 a.m. we get a high of 61 at 3:00 p.m. we're not 60s long, 5:00 p.m. in the mid 50s and low 50s by 6:00 p.m. a bluster wind for a good portion of the day.
58 in allentown. upper 50s in reading. close to 60 in trentonnd 60 on the nose in cape may this afternoon. tomorrow to start out the weekend, the cold front is gone, we get a high of 60 degrees, the winds won't be as strong balls high pressure will build toward -- because high pressure builds to the east. sunday will be a similar day. saturday, join me for the purple stride at memorial hall on saturday at 8:00 a.m. if you ever not registered, you can do that as early as 6 and 7:00 a.m. him great day to start out the weekend, a good cause, i'll be emceeing that for the second straight year. if you can't make it go to pancan.org and help out with your wallet. check out the smoke detecter also batteries as dates savings time is coming to an ends. turn back your clocks. the eagles are in the
meadowlands, if you're heading to see the game, 61. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 61 today blustery and chilly. tomorrow, breezy and cool, 6o wear a couple of layers if you're heading to citizens bank park big game at 6:00. there's the clock situation saturday knight. sunny and breezy, 61 on sunday. monday, cool, 59. election day is looking good. probably in the low to mid 40s across the region for the start of polling in the morning. 67 degrees, some polling stations after work might be holding on to the low 60s. a decent weather day for election day. >> election day has been heating up for the last 6 or 7 months. >> i'm surprise it is not in the 90s. >> still ahead a woman who was missing for months is found alive, but in desperate circumstances. >> thousands were forced outside a luxury hotel due to
cut power lines. no a fun time. >> reporter: check out the traffic, extra heavy each morning on i-95 this is i-95 approaching cottman southbound delay kicking in already with more people driving to work with the strike. we'll talk about an accident on the schuylkill expressway causing
you problems there and the latest with delays on mass transit, when "action news" comes right back. i approve this message.
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live look here, the view of the philadelphia international airport, many people would hope to get own a flight where public transport can get them around, it's frustrating we're on day four of the strike. you have to be mindful how you're getting in and out of the city today. >> karen you're seeing typical delays on regional rail. >> reporter: we have no buses to take, you can't operate within the city, so you take regional rails. they have added service, but we're not at full capacity. we have a 23 minute delays with the media/elwyn line. lansdale/doylestown line, 20 minutes there. newark line, 21 delay chestnut hill west 13 minute delay. the delays are starting to kick
in, we're seeing that with a few more lines. here's an accident on the schuylkill expressway, multi-vehicle accident number of police officers pot dot on the scene on the schuylkill expressway eastbound as you head south street near the area going towards the walt whitman bridge, jamming in some spots because of the accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound at south street. watch for that one. an accident in cheltenham avenue at broad street. that accident causing problems, as well. looking at the big picture, 5 miles per hour on the blue route. no problems, schuylkill expressway not too bad near the boulevard or girard near south street where you have an accident causing a problem. the big one i-95 one of the first place to say jam. we've seen extra heavy delays, kind of an early delay for us there. temperature-wise 352 degrees in philadelphia. no weather-related problems today we'll have a gusty winds it will stay cool 61. >> thank you are karen. this story is frightening. police in south carolina made a
horrifying discovery a woman bound if a storage container. they are searching a rural property where they found her with fears they may be in for more terrible fines. police got a call after someone heard banging coming from a container in a wooded area surrounded by a chain link fence. police are searching for the woman and her boyfriend and there's sign of him. police have arrested a convicted sex offender. there may be multiple bodies on the property. both candidates have set their sights on pennsylvania. trump was in florida capping off a prolong play to win that battleground state saying that clinton presidency would be dogged by corruption and federal investigation. hillary clinton will be in
pittsburgh and attend a get out the vote concert at the mann center in fairmont park tomorrow. they are campaign announced the final rally monday night joined by president obama and first lady michelle. the eagles dropped wide receiver, josh huff two days after his arrest. two days ago he was pulled over for speeding on the new jersey side of the walt whitman bridge he was arrested for carrying a gun without a license and possession of marijuana. he i should a statement saying i'm sorry that any action by me brought negative light to the organization. >> chicago is preparing to honor the world series champs today. >> the las vegas hotel had to close due to a cripple power outage. >> reporter: we're looking at coats on the backup. its going to be a cool one. we're looking at clouds breaking up, and sunshine and blustery. i'll have the day planner
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i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. parade through downtown chicago world series trophy in tow. the celebration for the cubs kicks off at wrigley field this morning. they took game 7 over the indians 8-7 in ten innings. >> i wonder if ferris buehler will take the day off and go to the parade. >> reporter: he would like to take every day off. i-95 we have an new accident southbound on i-95 a multi-vehicle accident near cottman, you can see we got penndot and police on the scene. watch how backed up traffic is. trouble on i-95, it's always bad, right? it's been extra heavy and early with the strike. look at the traffic as chopper pans back, it's a mess on i-95 southbound with an accident at cottman. the delay stretches on for
miles, more people are driving to work, you can't take the city buses and regional rails are tough, now i-95 is tough, too. let's look at the regional rails, 20 minute delay with the media/elwyn, delay with the newark and chestnut west dave. >> reporter: we have cool temperatures this morning, as we're down to 50 degrees in philadelphia and staying close to that by 8:00 a.m. we expect a fair amount of the sunshine overall despite you might see early clouds. noon 54. we get a high of 61 at 3:00 p.m. and back down in the 50s by 6:00 p.m. and there will be a blustery breeze at times going into the 20s as we go through the morning and afternoon. if you're heading tout friday night football, 50 at be kickoff. don't forget high school huddle on 6abc at 11:30.
>> doctors have revealed curve turner suffered the feast severe cte. doctors believe it led to the disease that killed him at the age of 46 in march. he created a foundation to tackle the issue. he was the lead plaintiff in the nfl concussion lawsuit. critical issue is sweeping our area. >> reporter: nydia han take a look at the house, the framing is crumbling in my hand, the wall is rotting. ic reach inside. >> i knew there was damage, but this is beyond. >> reporter: this is not an isolated case. >> we talked to homeowner after open other than with same story. what's the problem and how are
builders responding. it's a special troubleshooter tonight on channel 6 "action news" at 11:00 p.m. >> 6:24 a pair of hackers pranked their way into north korea for a golf tournament and make it out alive. firefighters save the lives of two children from a house fire, katherine scott is live with the details. >> reporter: matt, two children remain in the hospital this morning after firefighters rescue them from a burning building in olney last night. we're live with the details at 6:30.
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two children are hanging on to survival after firefighters pulled them out of the burning home. a voter registration fraud investigation stretches into four local counties with days to go before the election. >> commuters face the septa strike as septa and union workers continue negotiations. >> let's go over to karen rogers watching for regional rail and annie mccormick is
staked out in center city updating us on union negotiations. >> first up, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist david murphy. >> reporter: we're starting out on the cool side so grab the jackets. you can see satellite is beginning to break up overhead. temperatures are cool, 53 in wilmington, 502 in millville. winds are not dropping out of the north, they are not that strong yet, but they will get blustery as the day goes on. here's the 12 hour forecast. 51 by 7:00 a.m. 502 by 10:00 a.m. are noon, 54 degrees. we'llup up to 61 at 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. back into the low 50s, i'll have the weekend call coming up. a lot of stuff going on this weekend, a change in the high temperature for election day, is it good or bad? i'll have the details coming up. >> reporter: it's all bad in
traffic, of course, with the strike we have no traffic running through the city, you have no city buses or subways or trolleys. people taking the regional rail, 24 minute delays with the media/elwyn line. 19 minute delay with the newark line. checks delays with the chestnut hill westbound line. for chase line not reporting any either. we've been seeing more congestion throughout center city. gridlock at times, right now the vine street expressway looking busier, local vine not too bad. broad street moving okay, we expect those conditions to deteriorate as the morning progresses. heavy traffic on i-95. southbound at cottman we have an multi-vehicle accident and police and emergency workers are blocking the left lane. yesterday we had three multi-vehicle accidents. it's a 43 minute ride big delays as more and more people are
driving coming to work. chopper 6 hd atlantic city an overview you can see the emergency workers blocking the rest of the lane, there were several vehicles involved penndot ask on the scene and traffic is backed you mean on i-95 southbound. at this point we're jammed from woodhaven to the betsy ross bridge. look at that shot. you can see the headlights stretching for miles. more and more people with the strike driving to work, as you do you will encounter a lot of problems on i-95, it's 6:30 and we have delays 43 minute ride. firefighters rescued two children during a house fire in the olney section of the city. the children were trapped on the seblgd floor. katherine scott is living on the 300 block of east sheldon street. >> reporter: matt, we hear that the children are in critical condition this morning. fire crews are on the scene and there's a police vehicle that
sits outside the row home in olney. firefighters were called out to east sheldon street at 9:45 a.m. they were here within four minutes and placed the fire under control in 18 minutes. firefighters found and rescued two children who were trapped on the second floor of the home. par medicine i cans treated the children on the way to area hospitals. a toddler was taken to einstein with smoke inhalation. the other young child was rushed to saint christopher's. the fire commissioner said the heavy smoke made it different for firefighters to see. >> actually it was more smoke than flames. it seemed like the fire was inside the house. it wasn't -- no flames outside. >> it's always difficult to locate people inside a burning building. despite what you see on twist you can't see anything. the smoke was on floor, you
literally can see nothing. it's a challenge to locate the people in the buildings. our firefighters do an incredible job everyday. >> reporter: there's no word if there were walking smoke detecters inside the home. the fire is under investigation this morning. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> in the same neighborhood in philadelphia, a gunman shot a man firing several gunshots in olney before 9:00 p.m. the 22-year-old victim was found inside the home shot in the stomach, backside and legs. police took him to the hospital where's in critical condition. no word on what sparked the shooting. we're on day four of the septa transit strike and the frustration of commuters will appears to be no deal in sight. septa and the union are set to go back to the bargaining table today. annie mccormick is live in center city with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, tam, we actually just learned that a
member of mayor kenny's team was at the sheraton and did have discussion with both sides. we do know negotiations resumed late yesterday with a state mediator, but there's no deal. according to the latest proposal from septa it has salary increases and enhanced pension plan, but to off set the costs septa says union members have to pay $20 more a month for healthcare. both sides were trying to get the numbers to match and come to agreement on noneconomic conditions like working conditions. septa chairman accused union of prolonging the strike and the union claimed septa was playing grounds. union president willie brown will not back down to the demands of septa. septa lawmakers has expressed time with the concerns saying
that people with not make it to the polls in time. septa said they were preparing paperwork for an injunction that would be fire in common pleas court an injunction for temporary hat. that strike on election day, they did not file it yesterday, they did tell us that the paperwork if prepared has not been pursued. reporting outside the sheraton in center city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> you can keep up with the septa related developments even when we're not on the air following us on social media we've been updating facebook own twitter. democrat grassroots organization is under investigation for possible voter fraud. state police raided the office
ever field work llc. investigators are looking into the validity of 7,000 voter registrations weather they were fabricated or submitted by the deadline. field works said they were cooperating with police and have zero tolerance for fraud. >> let's turn to david murphy, what can we expect today. >> reporter: it's a cool day today. we had shows last night and now they are gone. we're hoping for sunshine over the region. we have early clouds, we don't have the low lying clouds cover and fog we had yesterday morning. so far so good on the wind that will pick up later on. 352 in wilmington. 52 in allentown, reading and trenton. these are not bad numbers for this time of the year. they are a little bit cool and there's a bit of a breeze out of the north. satellite and radar shows you how the rain from last night is gone. clouds are starting to break up. across a good portion the region
we'll start out with sunshine and the exception might be to the south where you see the clouds a little bit thicker. up in the lehigh valley we'll go for lots of sun, blustery winds building, 58 degrees is the high there. down the shore, it will be a windy, bright day, 62 is the high. winds getting stronger as we go past sunrise into the afternoon. in philadelphia, mostly sunny, eventually blustery. high of 61. at times winds would gust as high as 25 miles per hour. that could put twigs abbey leaves and branches on the road. overnight tonight, breezy, 39 degrees the overnight low in philadelphia. it's going to get cold toward dawn tomorrow. 31 below freezing in time outlying suburbs. tomorrow we bounce back to 60 for the high. it won't be as windy with high pressure getting close, but there's a breeze, a coolish day on saturday, and another one
sunday. unity cup soccer match festivities start at citizens bank park at noon.55 degrees. through the 50s most of the way. remember to turn your clocks back one hour on saturday night. check the smoke detecters for batteries. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today's high, 61. bluster and chilly for most of the day, breezy and cool on saturday, 60. 61 sunny and breezy on sunday. monday, we're in the upper 50 he 50s. election day, how about that high, 67 degrees. a mild election day. no weather related region to stay home from the polls. >> thank you, david. 6:40 still ahead. bridgegate trial defense makes a big move during deliberations. an officer finds out he is not a
sharp shooter when he draws his weapon on a racoon. >> reporter: i-95 southbound the vehicle is pushed in the construction lanes. i-95 southbound a big delay, starting to get delays with regional rail and new accident in south philadelphia, all that when we come right back. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she
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morning. >> karen you've seen volume on the road and trouble. as well as rail. >> reporter: doesn't it feel like more than four days. it's a lot and for everybody commuting in it, he there's no d alternatives. 25 minute delay media/elwyn line. west trenton line, there are a few trains that are a car short expect extra long delays with the west trenton line. that's new coming in right now. another accident, south philly, front and oregon. watch for that it's a truck and pbp tow truck involved with the accident. i want to show you the delay on i-95. look at how heavy the southbound traffic is. the delay has gone a little bit with a 43 minute ride, 35 minute from woodhaven to the vine because they took a multi-vehicle accident and pushed it within the construction zone off to the
side. at least all lanes back open, but a slow go on i-95. let's look at temperatures through the area. 48 degrees in quakertown and pilots. 50 in saint davids. 52 in center city. in the suburbs in new jersey, 45 in browns mills. 48 in cinnamon on. 53 in glass borough and gloucester county new jersey. today's high, 61 are a gusty breeze making it feel cooler. police are interviewing a person of interest in connection with the fire that heavily damaged a 111-year-old church in mississippi. a go fund me page raised $150,000. someone intentionally set the fire and spray painted vote trump on a outside wall. jury deliberations resumed in the bridgegate trial. they have been going on since
monday. defense attorneys filed a motion for a mistrial. brigette kelly and bill baroni face november charges for -- a number of charges for conspiracy and fraud. the motion came a day after the defense attorneys asked the judge to give new instructions to the jurors. a u.s. park office shot himself attempting to fend off a racoon. police say someone called 911 to report a are racoon acting oddl. when the officer showed up, the racoon went into attack mode. that's when the officer shot himself. >> there was an interaction between the racoon and the officers. shots were fired. >> i heard two gunshots, i heard like five more. >> some neighbors say they heard as many as 9 shots. the wounded officer is expected
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morning america." >> rob be roberts joins us at the "g.m.a." studios. we've seen the presidential race tightening up. >> i was hearing all the ads, we are t-minus four days until election day. the candidates battling for votes in the battle ground state and north carolina, their surrogate's are out enforce as they charge into the final week before tuesday. megyn kelly's bombshell announcement accusing roger ailes making unwanted sexual advances toward here. john legend is here with us this morning, you don't want to miss that, and the fray will be performing, we'll get you set
for the weekend. >> how to save a life, given the climate, that music is good. >> tam. >> all right, robin, we'll see you soon. >> >> reporter: i could use that soothing music. >> chopper 6 hd driving to work, we're looking live, on the schuylkill expressway, we're seeing heavy traffic moving through the region right now. watch for that schuylkill expressway and the vine starting to get congestion through the area. i want to show you a different shot, this is the schuylkill expressway westbound near the boulevard, you can see how heavy the traffic is in this direction, no accidents, more and more people are on the road trying trying to avoid the rails. already delays, media/elwyn, 24
minutes, 25, doylestown lansdale line. newark line, 19 minutes. are. >> reporter: it's cooler out there today. we'll see sunshine emerge from behind the clouds. the winds will be blustery going into the 20s and gusting to 30. you'll get a high of 61 briefly before we drop back to 53 degrees. overnight, dipping into the upper 30s in philadelphia. low 30s in some suburbs, we bounce back to 60 tomorrow afternoon. a squirrel went on the attack inside a florida consider living facility. >> it's jumping on people and scratching them. >> three people were hurt during the ordeal in dell tone in a. a woman said people ran to the
office and it is the squirrel was thrown out. it is unclear if the squirrel was captured or why it
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10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> welcome back here the top stories, firefighters rescued two young children from a house in olney section.
crews arrived to heavy flames on east sheldon street last night. both children are in critical condition. an organization is under version for possible voter fraud in delaware county. investigates will look into the validity of 7,000 registrations. if you're coming in from gloucester county, new jersey, you're about to hop on 55. watch for an accident at 553 near pitman. a car ran into the woods on route 55. meanwhile, i-95 southbound never a great place to be and today is no exception. at least a multi vehicle accident cleared at cottman. >> reporter: all right, queer we're at 54 degrees in philadelphia. not a lot of clouds out there,
an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
good morning, america. we have our brand-new poll this morning as the candidates hit their final weekend on the campaign trail. >> because everything donald trump has said and done is a preview of what could happen. >> donald trump and hillary clinton cross paths in the battleground states. >> we'll have some big beautiful weeks ahead of us. >> while melania trump takes center stage for the first time since that vepgs fiasco. >> a woman missing for months found being held captive chained inside a storage container trapped by a possible serial killer. her boyfriend still missing. how police finally discovered her and the search for more victims right now. breaking news, a major recall affecting millions of washing machines after hundreds of reports of about samsung washers blowing apart, hurting people, damaging property.