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>> ♪ "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> breaking now on "action news." one of the biggest shockers this country's electoral system has ever seen. donald trump will become the 45th president of the united states. >> it was an astonishing victory for the novice politician. trump ended up with 278 electoral votes to clinton's 218 election returns started to look great for donald trump shortly after the polls closed but he did not proclaim victory until 2:50.
>> let's get the latest. we'll go new york city that's where we finds abc's adrienne bankert. she has the very latest from trump's headquarters. >> reporter: call it a november shocker. good morning. yes, after months of an unconventional campaign, donald trump has won the presidency. arriving by motorcade in true presidential fashion, donald trump addressing a jubilant crowd. >> i've just received a call from secretary clinton. [cheers and applause] she congratulated us. >> reporter: the gop nominee now the president of the united states. trump winning ohio, clinching iowa and north carolina and defeating the odds of early polls. >> hours ours was not a campaign. but rather an incredible and great movement. made up of millions of hard
working men and women who love their country and want a better brighter future for themselves and for their families. >> reporter: right now in midtown manhattan it seems to be like business as usual as the day gets started but this morning early around three, a.m., 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m. we saw people who were clearly trump supporters wearing those make america great again caps on and happy and thankful. we'll see what happens next following this campaign. adrienne bankert abc news new york. now over to my colleague kenneth moton. he has been following the clinton campaign. >> reporter: adrienne, hillary clinton supporters are starting the today shocked and confused and it may be a moment when hillary's campaign chair not clinton walked onto that stage of her election night party in the building behind me. he told supporters to go home. it's not over. well, that changed quickly. shocked and awe for hillary clinton and her supporters. >> been a long campaign.
but i could say we can wait a little longer can't we? >> reporter: clinton's campaign chair john podesta taking the stage to tell the somber crowd she's not giving up. >> she's done an amazing job and she is not done yet. [cheers and applause] so thank you for being with her. she has always been with you. >> reporter: but moments later clinton the first woman to secure a major party nomination for president called donald trump to concede. she had the money, she had the high pope francis vial surrogates and she had president obama but early results show she failed to win over some of the key voters in some of the key battleground states. clinton's campaign says she will have more to say later this morning. at this point appears there will be a concession speechly reporting live here in new york city kenneth moton abc news. back to you. >> thanks kenneth. we'll have much more on last night's election coming up including the results from some of outer loop local --
our local elections. >> first let's go to dave murphy and karen rogers. good morning. >> starting to drizzle lighting on the terrace. storm tracker6 life double scan shows you that there are some showers building in. we expected this. it is going to be were you ever those days where there are showers around through most of the day and even though the stuff that's falling right now is fairly light in and around the immediate region there are some steadier cells in darker shades of green out to the west and southwest and at times you'll get a steadier rain today. and there's the wide view lots of clouds and the the rain is going to take awhile to push through. we don't expect the ends of it until later on this evening. 52 degrees right now philadelphia. just 47 in allentown. 47 in reading. 50 in wilmington, 59 line in millville and 52 degrees currently in cape may. and as we roll through the day in philadelphia we're looking for lots of clouds and some shower activity pretty much through the day. 53 degrees by 10 o'clock. by noon, 55. damp in most of the area and by 3 o'clock 58 degrees with
showers continuing to fall across much of the region. it may be breaking up a little bit by 6 o'clock. 48 degrees. we're probably still a bit damp on the roads and of course we do have a lot of levers that are -- leaves that are going get wet on the road. sunny and breezy tomorrow. details coming up. what you got on the roads. >> we see flashing lights. we have an early morning accident just popped up here. this is the roosevelt boulevard under broad street and you can see we've got police and penndot out here. they're blocking the right lane at this point. this is as you're heading southbound towards east falls on the boulevard you're going to deal with this accident so watch how slowly traffic is coming. you're jammed from ninth street to broad street on the boulevard southbound under broad street this new accident blocks the right lane. you see a couple of vehicles here. looks like police and penndot all on the scene. on the big picture we're watching that rain that's moving in from the west so the blue route, schuylkill among the first highways that got wet. i-95 not just yet but some slow speeds. i want to show you wait looks like here at i-95 at cottman. that's your southbound traffic
headed towards center city. already seeing that building volume here approaching cottman and again approaching girard but overall a 15 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine so no big problems just yet. some its accident in the suburbs. we'll talk about those coming up in a minute matt and tam. >> all right, thank you so much karen. in another heavily disputed and very close race republican senator pat toomey won reelection. he overcame a hard charging challenge from democrat katie mcginty. the race was just a wash in money, $160 million to be exact a historic amount spent between the two candidates. a lot of it coming from national party organizations and super pacs in d.c. >> and ended up in our pockets, right with all those ads. senator toomey beat mcginty with 49 percent of the vote compared to the democrats 47 percent helping retain the republican majority in congress. >> "action news" reporter annie mccormick is in center city with much more on this closely watched race. good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning and this was very close down to the very minute. now, republican senator pat toomey only won by two
percentage points over katie mcginty. this is also the most expensive u.s. senate race in history. well, the race is another one that went into the early morning. senator toomey took the stage around 1:40 this morning after receiving a call from mcginty. candidates spent $160 million. of course some of that money from pacs as well on this race. negative and positive ads filled air waves and the internet. now senate incumbent toomey had a huge amount of support from turnout in rural areas. he kept his distance from donald trump throughout the campaign. however, in the end he did vote for him. this will be the senator's second term. katie mcginty who held a number of high profile jobs in washington and harrisburg fought a tougher campaign and early this morning congratulated toomey. >> let's face it. this was a tough campaign. this was quite a battle. there was an all-time record amount of money spent against us. a lot of ads were just
outright false. but you know, the voters were smart enough to figure it out as they usually are. >> senator toomey and i have disagreed on a few things. but this i know. the senator has serveed this commonwealth and he is raising a beautiful family in this commonwealth. he has earned and deserves our gratitude and respect. and i wish him god's blessings and godspeed. >> reporter: and senator toomey's narrow win was followed by a number of republican wins in battleground areas across the country. for now reporting live on the art museum steps annie mccormick channel6 "action news." back to you. >> thanks annie. the markets prefer certainty an few days ago wall street seemed certain hillary clinton would be elected president. and then overnight investors were thrown a heartbreaking curve ball. maribel aber lie at the nasdaq in times square with how the elections are responding to the election of donald trump. >> reporter: good morning matt. donald trump's upset victory triggered a sharp selloff in
stocks overseas. the nikkei lost 5 percent of its values. as for here in the u.s. stocks are set to fall right at the open much futures are pointing to a drop of 327 points. it's actually an improvement as a results from key states trickled in last night. futures had pointed to a drop of 750 points. all this selling is tied to nervousness over a trump presidency. there's not a lot known about what economic policies he may enact in the white house. but matt whatever you do don't touch your 401k just yet. let this market settle take time to digest. >> time is always your friend in these situations. voters in new jersey had two constitutional amendments o ballot. voter said yes to requiring that every penny of the state's new gas tax be used exclusively for transportation cost. this dedicates money from the 23-cent hike towards bridge road construction and transit improvements. new jersey voters rejected expanding casino gambling beyond atlantic city. the ballot question asked whether to authorize the
construction of two new casinos in separate counties in the northern part of the state. it was soundly defeated. >> it is 6:09 and democratic congressman john carney has won the delaware governor's race. carney defeated republican colin bonini 58 to 39 percent. the action cam was there as carney thanked his supporters at the double tree hotel in wilmington last night. he promised to address gun violence education and state employee healthcare. carney will succeed jack markell who defeated him in the 2008 democratic gubernatorial primary. >> let's take a break from all this political coverage and hear from dave murphy. >> we are a little damp this morning. storm tracker6 live double scan slows that you say showers are mainly in the western half of the region two dimensional view shows a couple light sprinkles are popping through parts of philadelphia. i was on the terrace a moment ago and that light green you see is really just drizzle but farther to the west do you have some steadier showers highlighted in darker shades of green and yellow and those are on their way a little bit later during the morning rush hour. stepping outside cloudy skies over the ben franklin bridge with rain on the way.
and temperatures not too bad. cool enough for a light jacket. actually a little bit better than this time yesterday. 52 degrees currently in philadelphia. your winds out of the west at 7 miles per hour. getting breezier later in the day. future tracker6 shows thought rain moves in between now and 9 o'clock across most of the area. and then continues up until lunchtime. after that we're going to be getting in and out of some bands of rain. it does look like by 3 o'clock a good portion of the region has the chance of still being wet and that's why i'm saying if you're dressing the kids sending them out the door you might want to have them dressed in some sort of rain gear just in case they get caught in some of this. by 6 o'clock tonight the evening commute has a chance of being wet in at least a portion of the region. and as we get up to 10, 11 o'clock most of the rain is dying down and getting close to getting offer the coast. over the next 12 hours it will be cloudy damp as you just saw also cool. 51 degrees by 8 o'clock. 53 by 10 o'clock. 55 by noon. and your 3 o'clock high temperature today is 58 degrees before we zip back down to the low 50's by 5 o'clock and the upper 40's by dinnertime.
again chance of showers just about any time today into at least the early evening hours. high temperatures very similar from allentown down to philadelphia. low 50 -- mid 50's here. upper 50's here and it does look like by the time you get down cape may and dover we might get some 60's on the thermometer. then tomorrow sunshine returns as that frontal boundary and related precipitation leaves but it's going to be cool and breezy with a high of 57 degrees and overall the seven day does look to be on the cool side. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows 58 today, cloudy skies, showers off and on through the day and into the evening. tomorrow mostly sunny but breezy and cool with a high of 57. and friday veterans day we improve to 63 degrees but probably still jacket weather with some pretty decent winds blowing around. for the coming weekend saturday brisk and chilly a high of 51. a mix of sun and clouds and then sunday it looks like we're still cool although fairly sunny. maybe a bit breezy for the eagles game. and a high of 58 degrees. and on monday 60 and tuesday 63 with increasing clouds. could be some showers building
back in either tuesday night or wednesday. >> okay thanks, david. >> thanks, david. >> just about 6:13. our election coverage continues with some high profile races in pennsylvania. a bucks county republican aimed to keep a congressional seat in the family by replacing his brother. >> and the seat vacated by politician chaka fattah convicted of political corruption was up for grabs as well. we'll tell you who will now sit in that seat. karen. >> check out the jam already. this is what it looks like on the roosevelt boulevard southbound here as you head towards east falls. we're looking live at ninth street. it's all because of an accident up ahead. i'll take you to the accident scene and a bunch of accidents in the suburbs when we come right back. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road.
>> time to go to karen rogers. we have flashing lights behind you. good morning. >> early morning accident happening right now. we're already seeing a jam because of it. we're looking live here hard to see with the flashing life. you can see penndot is on the scene. here is the accident. so here's penndot here. here are a couple of vehicles involved with the accident. and it's all blocking the right lane. this is the roosevelt boulevard under broad street. so, as you're heading right now southbound towards east falls, you're dealing with this accident scene right now. blocking the right lane and you can see how jammed everybody is from third street now to broad street on the roosevelt boulevard watch for this accident out here and causing a jam already.
let's switch over to the vine street expressway. starting to jam up here as well. this is your westbound traffic head towards the schuylkill slowing at times right whoever you can see it jammed at the moment as you head towards the schuylkill expressway. still pretty dry on the vine but in a lot of our suburbs it's wet and we're having accidents pop up here. so we've got one in abington on huntingdon pike at old huntingdon pike. another in lower providence township just cleared on egypt road at crawford road and an accident in franconia here where it's raining on mill road at icker road. not so much on the majors just yet but storm tracker6 live double scan showing the rain that's been moving in from the west. if we take a little bit of a closer look you can see some of those breakout showers in jenkintown norristown pottstown route 100 right here is wet. wet in honey brook in
coatesville. chadds ford that rain is moving in and in wilmington it's almost there now matt and tam. >> okay, thank you, karen. >> ♪ this morning expect to hear lots of adjectives like stunning surprising huge and unforeseen. in one of the most head snapping u.s. elections in modern political history donald trump has defeated hillary clinton. >> experts say working class voters fed up with political insiders and desperate for change propelled a political novice over the 270 mark now at 278. donald trump could win more electoral votes than any other republican winner since george h.w. bush in 1988. a local seat on capitol hill is staying in the family. republican brian fitzpatrick defeated steve santarsiero in bucks county eighth congressional district. brian fitzpatrick has never held political officers. he talked to "action news" about his plans. >> growing our economy, defending our homeland and taking steps to reform the
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>> chopper6 is live over a fire we've been talking about in northern delaware. look at it burning right now. this is at an old mill warehouse on riddle avenue and mill road in wilmington delaware. this fire broke out at 3 a.m. and as you see from chopper6 clearly much of the structure has collapsed and it is still raging into the sky. the mill warehouse was used for leather goods and barrels. don't know if much of that is causing this fire to be even bigger but nearby fire tanker companies are here from odessa in the state of delaware and they've also brought in some fire companies from delaware and chester counties in pennsylvania. they're still fighting it right now and it still looks like it's out of control. >> let's turn to david and karen the latest in weather and traffic. >> raging fire even though we've got rain light right now delaware. starting to get wet on 422. 422 past oaks that's eastbound traffic head towards king of prussia. roads here starting to get damp and volume starting to build as well so if you're coming down from pottstown
limerick or collegeville it's a little wet and slowing down already on 422. take you live to new jersey. we're dry in runnemede. route 42 right by the new jersey turnpike but we're heavy northbound from 168 to the 55 on-ramp dave. >> storm tracker6 live double scan karen slows us those expected showers have arrived. it's light rain up in allentown but as you get down into these areas of darker green and yellow including parts of chester county now that's steadier rain that's going the make the roads a little wetter. we do have leaves that have come down off the trees recently and those can be really slick. if you start seeing leaves on the roadway slow down. give the kids an umbrella on the way to and on the way home from school as showers are going to be off and on throughout the day and into the evening. it stays cool. 53 degrees by 10 o'clock, 55 by noon and your high this afternoon is 58 at 3 o'clock with showers possible just about any time through the day and into at least early this evening tam. >> thank you david. happening now, protests have broken out on campuses in california against donald
crashed into the fronts window of the store along south chester road last night. no one was hurt. >> the action cam caught up with people at the 69th street terminal in upper darby this morning. hear what they had to say about donald trump winning the presidential election. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. so just want to take it one day at a time say a prayer and just continue with my life. >> i find it hilarious. i didn't see it coming. as far as his message for the majority part i agree with. i'm tired of a lot of stuff that's going on right now. >> just a sampling of some voters there this morning. time right now 6:27. coming up donald trump the victor in the 2016 presidential race and there's word that hillary clinton may speak sometime later this morning. continuing coverage of this election surprise next. >> ♪ dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back
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at hhgregg. >> ♪ >> breaking right now on "action news" donald trump will be our nation's 45th president. he has pulled off one of the most surprising upsets in political history. he's been a businessman reality star and mogul. he can now add president-elect to that list. >> trump told supporters it is time for all american citizens to come together as one. hillary clinton's campaign chairman says you will not hear from the democrat until all votes have been counted but she did make that concession call. >> good morning to you. it is now 6:30 here on this november 9th, morning after and what a morning it has been. if you were looking for the end you had to stay up with your popcorn until 2:50. that's when donald trump came to the stage telling the crowd we have won. >> just about every pollster from coast to coast had democrat hillary clinton winning this and some even predicted maybe as late as yesterday there would be a landslide with a few states still not called donald trump has won at least 278 electoral
votes. hillary clinton stuck there at 218. >> so, a lot of realignment and sorting through this this morning. let's get right to katherine scott. she's covering the breaking results for us from the satellite center. good morning, katherine inch good morning, tam and matt. donald trump took to the stage in new york city early this morning. he said a lot of thank yous, the message in his victory speech was one of unifying the country and let's go to video from earlier this morning. it was just before 3 a.m. his family was by his side throughout the campaign and they were right there next to donald trump as he walked out shortly before 3:00. he shook hands with mike pence who will be the new vice president. trump told the crowd he received a call from hillary clinton congratulating him on his campaign. he in turn said he categoryd her and her family on a very hard fought campaign and thankd her for her service to the country. in his victory speech he said it was time for the country to "bind the wounds of division." he pledged to be a president for all americans even addressed those who did not
support him. he said he was reaching out to them for guide dan and help so they could work together to unify the country. he spoke of a economic plan that will trouble growth supporting veterans and spoke about pushing forward. >> we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and bold and daring. we have to do that. we're going to dream of things for our country and beautiful things and successful things once again. >> reporter: it was a stark difference over at clinton campaign headquarters at the javitz center in new york city. hillary clinton did not take the stage to speak but her campaign chairman john podesta did. the javitz center had been packed with clinton supporters earlier in the day. the campaign pointed to the glass ceiling there and said last night was the night they were going shatter it but instead everyone left in shock. >> everybody just head home. you should get some sleep. we'll have more to say
tomorrow. >> reporter: trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway told abc news that president obama has called donald trump, that they will meet soon. we're live from the satellite center katherine scott channel6 "action news. >> local election results are coming up. >> but first up let's get you your weather and traffic and go on over to dave murphy and karen rogers. good morning. >> starting out with some umbrellas in some neighborhoods. take a look at storm tracker6 live double scan went do as expected have showers moving in from the west and now in chester county we're starting to see some of that darker shade of green. the stuff highlighted in lighter shades of green farther to the north around allentown and just to the north of reading really not doing that much but that darker shade of a green is ago an impact on roads. getting them wet and that is sliding toward the east and a lot of cloud cover around too in advance that of rain. i expect before the end of the morning commute we should see roads getting rather wet in and around physical. right now it's just drizzle here on the terrace. temperatures are cool. 52 degrees in philadelphia, 47 in allentown.
50 in wilmington, 52 in trenton, 58 in cape may. not much wind just yet and as we roll through the day we're going stay cloudy and once that rain gets here, it's going to be with us off and on throughout the day and into the evening. so, look for a damp one today. 53 degrees by 10 o'clock. 55 by noon. and it stays cool with a high of just 58 degrees by 3 o'clock and by 6 o'clock we're back down into the upper 40's. sunshine returns tomorrow but it's still breezy and on the cool side. details coming up in the seven day karen. >> starting to get a little bit brighter and you can make out a few cars involved with this accident. looks like a multi-vehicle accident on the roosevelt boulevard. we can see penndot and police they're all blocking the right lane so this is the boulevard right under broad street. you're dealing with this accident as you head southbound towards east falls. the right lane blocked. so look how jammed everybody is from third street to broad street with this accident causing problems this morning on the boulevard. live on the vine street expressway westbound traffic really jamming up as you head towards the schuylkill. still pretty dry on the vine but westbound jamming approaching the schuylkill. eastbound you've got some
building volume out there. and on the big picture you can see the rain moving in from the west so the blue route, the schuylkill among the first highways to get wet out there. looking at some slow speeds on the schuylkill westbound near the boulevard 12 miles an hour. we've got that accident we talked about on the boulevard and how about i-95? southbound traffic 16 miles an hour already jammed approaching academy to cottman and the betsy ross bridge to girard. so a lot going on with the highways right now. >> all right thank you karen. let's stick with chopper6 above that scene in wilmington delaware. this is the the mill fire there in wilmington. look at how massive this fire is just so much area that it is covering. it has been burning since about 3 o'clock this morning. we're told this is a facility that had leather goods and barrels in there probably a lot of matter that was flammable. we've had fire crews out there coming from a number of companies trying to get this thing knocked down but you can see flames from one ends of the screen to the other and then black smoke going into the early morning sky. >> really looks like it's been
destroyed and the action cam was there as a portion of this building collapsed. let's take a look at that. part of the structure just falls to the ground. firefighters have been lat ling this fire -- battling this fire since 3 a.m. again this is a large old mill warehouse. fire companies are coming from all over the state of delaware and also some fire companies from pennsylvania and chester and delaware counties trying to put this plays out but as you saw there live from chopper6 it is still on fire right now. now to another gop victory. the republicans retained their house and senate majorities and the toomey mcginty race in pennsylvania played a key role. >> let's take a look at the results made official early this morning. incumbent republican pat toomey edged out democrat katie mcginty. >> "action news" reporter annie mccormick is live in center city with what the candidates had to say overnight. annie.
>> reporter: matt, this is a really tight race down to the very ends with a win by republican senator pat toomey by just two percentage points over katie mcginty. this is also the most expensive u.s. senate race in history. this is another race that went into early morning hours. you can see there senator toomey took to the stage around 1:40 this morning after receiving a call from mcginty. candidates spent $160 million on this race. also from pacs as well negative and positive ads filled air waves and also the internet. senate incumbent toomey had a huge amount of support from turnout in rural areas. he did keep his distance from donald trump throughout the campaign but in the end he did vote for him. this will be the senator's second term t well katie mcginty who held a number of high profile jobs in washington and in harrisburg fought a tough campaign and early this morning she congratulated toomey. >> let me just tell you the truth about my record and my approach to government it's really pretty simple.
i don't think the government should be wasting as much money as it wastes i don't think it should be spending as much of your money as it spends i don't think taxes should be as high as they are. i don't think the federal government. [applause] -- i don't think the federal government should be stifling our economy by overregulating businesses. >> i believe that even with disappointment our greatest days are still ahead. now, even though we're not able to continue the exact journey that we thought we might be on, look, we're not going to stop fighting for the issues that we care about. >> reporter: and toomey's win was followed by a number of republican wins in bat grounds areas across the country. for now reporting live on the art museum steps annie mccormick channel6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you for that annie. time to turn to dave murphy. taking a look at accuweather great day for people who went out and voted. >> right. >> what's it going to be like today.
>> as expected it's cooler grayer and we're looking at rain. storm tracker6 live double scan shows you there's showers especially in the western half of area. if i go that two dimensional view you can see philadelphia has picking up a little drizzle so far. the lighter shades of green you're seeing really just very light rain that's not having a great impact but as you get into those darker shades of green we're starting to see push into new castle county delaware chester county and parts of berks county, that's steadier rain that is making the roads wet and you want to be especially careful today if you see wet roads with leaves on them. that can be real slick. stepping outside we have cloudy skies over most of the region right now and there's the commodore barry bridge still waiting for the main rain here along the delaware river and the banks of chester. 52 degrees in philadelphia currently, 58 degrees in wilmington, 47 degrees in allentown, 52 in trenton, line in millville and 58 currently in cape may. future tracker6 showing you the rain and it does look like between now and 8:30 or 9:00 we'll continue to see this push closer to philadelphia with some steady bands here
and there and then up to noon that whole current batch sweeps through and we start to maybe get a little bit of a lull out to the west but it doesn't last that long and overall today i would expect it to be one of those days where it could be raining just about any time even though it might not be raining all the time depending on where you are. we push up into the evening commute. you can see this breaking up a little bit. there could be a heavier cell here or there but we're still rather damp. in the evening it evaporates and pushes offer the coast. allentown 56 degrees cloudy skies. obviously some showers at times. down the shore another high around 56 today with again cloudy skies and showers at times. and in philadelphia a high of 58 with lots of clouds and occasionally there will be showers. i actually think it's going to be wet in philadelphia for most of the day. winds also getting blustery a little bit later on in the day and then overnight tonight we dry out. mostly cloudy skies eventually giving way to more breaks toward morning and 41 the overnight low. then tomorrow lots of sunshine returns but it will be breezy and cool with a high of
57 degrees. your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast today 58 cloudy with showers as you just saw. mostly sunny and breezy tomorrow, 57. and then 63 on friday veterans day. it will be windy but a little bit better on the thermometer. on saturday it's looking brisk and more chilly with a lie zipping back down to 51. it will probably feel like it's around 40 at times with the wind chill and then back up to 58 sunny and cool on sunday but a pretty nice day for football down at lincoln financial field. on monday, 60, tuesday 63 with clouds increasing and late tuesday night and wednesday there's the possibility of another round of showers. >> okay. the yard could use it. >> actually yes. >> all right, it is now 6:41 and continuing coverage of breaking election results are up next. >> donald trump takes the stage as president-elect. "action news" is at campaign headquarters for his acceptance speech. a full report is next karen. >> we have a new accident. this is right on 422. you see police and penndot on the scene. they're blocking the left lane 422 eastbound at the pennsylvania turnpike.
>> 6:44 wednesday morning karen rogers has traffic. >> that's right. we're starting with an accident. roads are getting wet. we have accidents and jams. we're looking live right now on 422 right at the pennsylvania turnpike. look at this jam right now amount 23 minute ride, that's a huge delay on 422 from oaks to 202. normally it would be six, seven minutes with no delay so we see this accident. we've got police out here blocking the right lane and the shoulder. now we have an ambulance on the scene so we can see it's a serious accident scene.
422 this is eastbound here at the pennsylvania turnpike and you're jammed from oaks to 23 so a solid jam on 422. roads are getting wet right there. this is baron hell hill road at hearts lane a new accident coming in in whitemarsh, township. in northeast philly chopper6 headed to the scene of a water main break here tyson avenue at the boulevard so watch for that one. crews will be closing the boulevard southbound outer drive to deal with that. so we also have that accident on the boulevard a little further under broad street. we can take a live look right there. we still see police on the scene. looks like it could be a multi vehicle accident. we have police and penndot here still blocking the right lane so this is the boulevard as you head towards east falls southbound you're dealing with this jam with the right lane remaining blocked. you're jammed from rising sun avenue to broad street. so delay has grown a little bit on the roosevelt boulevard. also here we got new jersey turnpike northbound past exit five a new accident coming in in burlington county. it's on the shoulder but we'll see some slow going with that.
storm tracker6 live double scan showing the vein moving in. let's take a look a little closer here. we can see in it norristown and pottstown on 422, 322 as you're heading near malvern and coatesville. it's wet there already. in wilmington the rain has moved in. it's coming from the north moving to the north and east so it will be moving through the city through your morning commute tam. >> all right, thank you, karen. donald trump has defied just about every poll and every pundit and been elected america's 45th president. trump walked out onto the stage at a hotel in new york city just before 3 a.m. to proclaim victory over hillary clinton. "action news" anchor rick williams was there. >> reporter: when donald trump was announced as the 45th president of the united states, this ballroom literally shook with celebration. it had been a nail-biter of a night here that finally ended early this morning with jubilation excitement and certainly relief for these trump supporters.
>> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> reporter: but supporters here will tell that you no one ever gave donald trump a shot from the very beginning except his believers. for "action news" i'm rick williams reporting from new york city. >> and "action news is also at clinton headquarters in new york with some much more disappointed supporters. >> i am in disbelief. i'm in shock. i'm hurting. >> disappointed that we didn't do as well as some of the pollsters and some of the other i guess analysis -- analysts were saying that we would do. >> i never thought i would be at the hillary clinton concession speech which actually didn't happen. >> there still have been no public comment yet from
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the stunning upset overnight. donald trump has been elected the the 45th president of these united states. we have the reaction from all around the world. the big impact on the stock market. trump and his victory speech promising to bring the country together. hillary clinton has not yet spoken but is expected to give a statement later this morning. we'll speak with trump's manager campaign manager kellyanne conway. george will talk with her and our political team is here to weigh in on the historic election. matt and tam, i was there at the javitz center, the headquarters for hillary clinton last night and just the ebb and flow all night long of what they were witnessing. >> having covered them robin, it is interesting see how the night can go. some will be elated and some will just crash. i saw you there. nobody knew what to expect and now we know how it turned out. >> reporter: uh-huh. >> thanks robin. thanks. >> there are no ties in politics. >> and you know what, people wake up probably tired from the night before and they're
driving on some wet roads and we're seeing all kinds of accidents here. >> yeah. >> be careful head out. i want to show you the latest. this is its schuylkill expressway past gulph mills. that's eastbound track on your left. you can see penndot on the scene with this accident and they're partially blocking the right lane. no other emergency workers out there at this moment you have the just penndot here and we're already jammed eastbound from 202 to past gulph mills david. >> about the western half of the region is picking up some rain this morning karen. a lot of this in lighter shades of green isn't really all that impactful but when you start to get into the darker shade of green and then especially the yellow that's still on the way that's where roads are going to get a little bit wetter and we have been reminding you that there are a lot of leaves that have fallen offer trees recently and that can act like ice and make you slip and side. arm the kids with umbrellas not only on the way to school but on the way to home as there will be showers around straight through the afternoon and into at least early evening. temps are going to be cool today, too. 51 by 8 o'clock, 53 by 10 o'clock 55 by noon and your high this afternoon is
58 degrees so we stay cool, we stay cloudy and showers possible just about any time past dinner hour and into at least early this evening. matt and tam. >> all right, thank you david. montgomery county commissioner josh shapiro is pennsylvania's newest attorney general. >> shapiro wop his race over republican state senator john rafferty. bit of a surprise because of trump winning pennsylvania. the officers needed a permanent replacement after kathleen kane's conviction on perjury charges. he takes over an officers of 800 employees many still scarred by kane's conviction and resignation. pennsylvania has a new state treasurer. democrat joe torsella defeated otto voight. the last elected treasurer rob mccord resigned last year and pleaded guilty to federal attempted extortion charges. >> ♪
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good morning, america. the most stunning upset in american history. donald j. trump elected the 45th president of the united states. >> i will be president for all americans and i promise you that i will not let you down. we will do a great job. >> the political outsider billionaire businessman, reality tv star completes a slashing and populous campaign by promising to heal and unite america. >> it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> trump winning in an unprecedented victory over hillary clinton. her campaign defiant till the end. >> we can wait a little longer, can't we? and she is not done yet. >> but hillary clinton conceding early this morning in a phone call to donald trump. her supporters emotional. the world reacting overnight. stock marts