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67:00 a.m., monday, november 21. tam is off, nydia han joins us, we're following several breaking stories. >> fire tears through a block in new jersey, one home collapsed. >> a fire victim escapes flames in another new jersey town by jumping from a second floor window. others are hurt. >> a delaware county mayor is
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under arrest for dui, he smashed into parked cars and left the scene. >> it's windy and cold out there, david. >> reporter: a wind advisory has been extended through 7:00 p.m. all day throughout the area. wind gusts could go up to 40, 45 miles per hour. this cse you a problem with debris on roads maybe trees coming down today and tree branches in the highways and byways. on radar you can detect snow showers in new york state and northeastern pennsylvania. wouldn't be out of the question if the poconos picks that up. it is cold, 38 in philadelphia. 36 in allentown. 36 in reading. 37 in wilmington, trenton and millville. when you factor in the wind it feels like the 20s. so bundle up. we've got a couple of 30-degree windchills down south, but most of us feeling like the 20s this morning.
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as we go through the next 12 hours it's chilly. 36 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 41. the high of 45 hits it at 3:00 p.m. even then we'll have windchills in the 30s. loosms tomorrow is another -- looks like tomorrow is another windy one across the region, but not as bad as today. the temperatures come up in time for thanksgiving, but we're looking at clouds and touch of rain. details in accuweather. >> reporter: we look at the camera and see why the advisory did not expire yet. the camera isic shahing at this- shaking at this point. i-95 33 miles per hour southbound through the work zone. no red zones along the schuylkill expressway or the boulevard. still moving okay. however we're watching accidents, 422 eastbound by 100 as you head towards pottstown,
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midday work coming to 422 near pottstown, as well. there's an overturned vehicle crash at buster road at skippack pike. a bunch of downed trees one at willow grove 611 southbound, first presbyterian church that's cleared out of the way. if you're heading to the dallas diner in levittown watch out for a crash at edgily pike and bristol road. we have a fire location along weinberg place in trenton along with blowing smoke impact be nearby streets, as well. >> matt, we'll stick with that, as well. a massive fire in trenton, new jersey. one home has collapsed. the entire block may end up in ruin. katherine scott is live along the scene of the 6-alarm fire at weinberg place. >> reporter: matt we got an
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update from the deputy fire chief. he said the fire is not under control. the flames have spread to nine houses. three of them have collapsed. 6 of them are in a state of collapse. two people were injured, we don't know their conditions at this time. i'll get out of the way you can look at the scene in trenton. there are number of fire department vehicles on the scene as they continue to battle the blaze here in trenton. every unit in trenton is here, plus, mutual aid from mercer county and surrounding communities they called in a fire quader nature from mercer county to -- coordinator from mercer county to help coordinate all this. the call came in after 3:00 a.m. when firefighters arrived four homes were engulfed. they ran into problems right away, they had to pull back due to live wires on the ground.
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pse&g responded to shut off power to the whole grid. the fire spread to nine homes. three have collapsed. 6 are in a state of collapse. cars are burning. several of them have been destroyed according to the deputy fire chief. thick smoke in the surrounding streets. there were reports of burn injuries, two people were transported to the hospital. we don't know what condition they are in. we've been speaking to several residents here people who woke up they saw the flames and got out and they said they spread very quickly. >> i was smelling something, i want back to bed, i keep smelling something i look through the window it was my neighbor's house on fire, i woke up my husband and we came outside and knocked on doors of other people, the fire keep coming. >> reporter: and she is one of
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the several residents we spoke to this morning, they saw the flames and got out very fast, some of them have shoes on their feet, some don't. they had to get out of their homes quickly. they don't know where they are going to go. red cross is on the scene. they are working to get a count on how many people were in the homes. at least one of the homes may have been abandoned. we're waiting for confirmation from the deputy fire chief on that. flames have spread to 9 homes in trenton, three have collapsed and we have reports of a few injuries. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> quiet the scene, thank you. we're following breaking news in woodbury gloucester county. annual "action news" viewer sent this photo of firefighters arriving to the multi-alarm braise. the fire wroak out at 3 -- broke out at 3:30 a.m. it damaged several homes and
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brought wires down. one person jumped from a second-story window. the action cam is live and patrol units are keeping an eye on brush that ignited due to heavy winds. the entire block was evacuated as a precaution. new on "action news," a young man is on the mend after being shot twice. gunfire rang out on the 2900 block of turners street. police say someone shot the 22-year-old man in the thigh and the hand. emergency workers transported the victim to the hospital in stable condition. two suspects were seen running toward oxford street. they are working to figure out a motive. a delaware county mayor is facing dui charges, plus witnesses say he tried to flee the scene of an accident. upland borough mayor michael ci ac -- ciaac left the scene of
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the accident. a woman told him to stay at the scene. >> he feels getting out of his car. i was sir, is that your car? he was like, i'll be right back. i'll be right back. >> reporter: his vehicle was towed he was released on his own recognizance. a popular healthy snack is at the center of a police -- with a listeria scare. let's go over to maribel aber. >> reporter: sabra is recalling humus products consumers should throw out the humus, if it has the date. it includes a variety of humus spreads. a fullcan be found on sabra's website.
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futures point to a higher open. among the economic reports are data on news and existing home sales and the latest reading on consumer sentiment. galaxy recall did not damage samsung's brand. they have the same level brand loyalty as apple iphone customers. consumers a ware of the recall were as interested in the samsung as those who didn't know about the recall. that's brand loyalty. >> it's a powerful thing. >> reporter: it's a chilly start and windy start, storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us we are dry. taking ago look outside we have clouds and breaks over the airport. you can see that camera shaking a little bit, because we have cent winds right now gusting into the 20s and 30s and maybe going higher than that later in the day. it's a cold start, 38 degrees in
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philadelphia. 36 in allentown. 36 in reading. 37 in trenton and wilmington, and millville and most areas have windchills in the 20s with the strong, blustery winds. bundle up on the way out the door. there you see clear skies on the satellites, radar is showing snow showers trying to push into northern pennsylvania. it wouldn't be out of question if the poconos pick up more of that today. clouds and sun in the lehigh valley overall. windy and chilly, passing flurry, 43 degrees is the forecast high. down the shore, clouds and sun there, as well. windy and chilly conditions, high of 48. windchills at the best of times probably making it feel like it's no better than the 40s. feeling like the 30s in the afternoon. clouds and sun in philadelphia, windy and chilly, 45. windchills in the 0s and winds gusting as high as ho -- 40 to 45 miles per hour at times. look out for tree branches and
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trash cans in the roads. partly cloudy and blustery and cold overnight tonight. the wind advisory will fall off the map in the afternoon or evening. 34 is the overnight low. it will be obviously blustery. what to expect today, winds hour. windchills making it feel like the 20s in the morning and 30s in the afternoon. a poconos snow shower i mentioned might not be out of the question. still windy on tuesday, i doubt we have an advisory because the wind gusts will be in the 30s tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 45, windy and chilly today. sun and clouds. tomorrow more sun, still on the windy side high of 48. less windy under partly sunny skies on wednesday, high of 50. thanksgiving, we're looking at a start up for the parade at 43 and 50 at the end of the parade and afternoon high of 354. there are a lot of clouds in
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play and there could a touch of rain early in the day. light rain for the most part, unfortunately you will need an umbrella if you're heading to the parade. clouds an sun on friday, rain at night. mainly dry over the weekend, partly sunny and cool low to the mid 50s. police have a new lead in a deadly officer ambush in texas. they are searching for this man who they say might have information about the murder. a fire in the back of a pickup truck leads a toy store to put a product from the shelves. >> reporter: we're live in morrisville, tail lights leading toward oxford valley road where overnight construction is gone, but returns tonight. we'll check on the schuylkill expressway and fire locations in south jersey, when "action news" continues on this monday morning.
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>> recapping this morning's breaking news, two raging fires have forced evacuations in new jersey. this is a still picture from the 700 block of mehorter boulevard in woodbury. one person had to jump from a second floor to escape the flames. that person and 6 others were hurt. take a look at this viewer video
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from trenton, new jersey. officials evacuated an entire city block because of a 6-alarm fire on weinberg place. nine homes damaged, three collapsed. our katherine scott is there an will bring us a live report at 6:30. >> matt pellman continues the coverage of the fire scene. >> reporter: weinberg place is not a busy thorough fair in trenton. but the surrounding streets are. the fire is centered on weinberg place near brunswick avenue stay on 1. no problems there this morning. the other fire location, woodbury, gloucester county, avoid mehorter boulevard. there's a crash along 55 southbound side past dep ford. the good news it's off to the shoulder.
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no delays. northbound you have building volume heading toward 42. doesn't look terrible just yet. only the big picture, kind of the same, building volume now we're traveling at 19 miles per hour i-95 southbound. scoiks have speeds in the -- schuylkill expressway has speeds in the. in the 40s. we're watching for a crash in detective it town if you're heading to the dallas diner watch out for it at 13 at edgily road. we have a overturned vehicle in worcester. germantown pike as a possible alternate. getting word of a new one east notingham that involved an overturned vehicle. san antonio police are looking for a gunman who ambushed one of their own. the detective was conducting a
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traffic stop outside the police station when it happened. he was inside the patrol car writing a ticket when another vehicle pulled up behind him. that driver got up and walked up to the patrol car window shot the officer in the head killing him. police in texas released this photo of a man who might have information on the murder. toys "r" us stopped selling a tonka truck because it caused a real pick up truck to burst into flames. they bought the toy on friday and it burst into flames on the way home. toys "r" us pull the truck off the shelves. they believe it is an i say -- isolated incident. facebook is looking to keep
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four day workweek, we can do this, right? let's head outside on this monday morning as we kick it off in downingtown, eastbound come the headlights on the 30 bypass passing business 30 and the home depot. a gathering crowd, but no delays, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. one of these lanes will be blocked as they install pavement reflectors. a couple of delays on the regional rails, 10 minutes on the median elwin and left-hand e
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doylestown line. >> reporter: we have temperatures in the 30s and windchills in the 20s, this afternoon you'll want to stay bundled up, because we're staying in the 40s. 36 by 8:00 a.m. 38 by 10:00 a.m. in the 40s by noon, high of 45 by 3:00 p.m. cruel have windchills in the 30s and the winds will gust into the 40s at times straight through the evening hours. look out for debris on roads if you're driving around today. on the big board at the airport, all green aircraft. you're looking at snow at least light stuff around boston and a litt precipitation at jfk, as well. >> the eagles game in seattle took a brutal toll on the team with two key injuries. the birds lost running back ryan matthews and darren volleys before half-time -- sproles before half-time. they host the gene bay packers one week -- the green bay
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packers in one week. >> breaking fierce flames tearing through an entire block in trenton, new jersey. >> katherine scott is live at the scene. matt, nydia, nine homes have been damaged in the trenton fire. three collapsed. two people injured. all the latest details on the story at 6:30. aholidays are about joy again.
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thanksgiving day parade. the action cam caught these dancers rehearsing on south broad street last night. be sure to tune into channel 6 to watch the annual 6abc dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade at 9:00 a.m. right here on 6abc. >> new on "action news," federal regulators want railroads across the country to test train operators for a sleep disorder. the safety advisory comes after the engineer the deadly crash at the hoboken station was diagnosed with sleep apnea. the attorney for 48-year-old thomas gallagher said he was analyzed after the crash. he slammed into the terminal at double the ten-mile-an-hour speed limit. one woman standing on the platform was killed. david murphy is talking another day of wicked winds that's not helping firefighters who were busy in new jersey this morning. we're live on the scene of two separate fires in new jersey
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that have damaged several homes and forced the evacuation of the entire blocks, updates are coming up. breaking none "actio"
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a fierce fire is burning through a city block in transport. dozens forced from their homes. >> another fire in new jersey burned three homes and downed wires. >> the wind will stick around for another day before returning to seasonable conditions. good morning, monday, november 21, 6:30, tam is off and matt pellman is in for karen rogers and david murphy has accuweather. >> reporter: the wind advisory that was going to expire this morning has been extended to 7:00 p.m.
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wind will gust from 40 to 45 miles per hour look out for debris on roads and branches that may come down. the wind wind gusts are in the s in the suburbs and in the city itself. satellite and radar shows you breaks in the clouds, we'll see a sun and clouds mix this afternoon. radar picking up snow showers pushing into northern pennsylvania and the poconos will get that today. it's cold in philadelphia. 30s everywhere. when you factor in the winds, the windchills are in the 20s. like yesterday it's another day to bundle up in the extra gear. as we look at where we're rolling over the the next 12 hours, 36 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 41. the high this afternoon will be 45. even at that point of the day you'll be looking at windchills in the 30s. bundle up from start to finishing. it will be blustery by 6:00 p.m. with the temperatures dipping into the upper 30s. looks like another windy one
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tomorrow, maybe not as windy, but chilly and uncomfortable. then the temperatures come up the winds die down and we have the possibility of a touch of rain on thanksgiving. all the details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast matt. >> reporter: we're doing the white knuckle grip on the steering wheel watching out for tree branches in the roads and now volume on the schuylkill expressway. eastbound go the tail lights toward gladwyn where there was a disabled vehicle and downed tree earlier this morning. everything is off to the side. but you can see the schuylkill expressway is definitely starting to get busy on this monday. same on i-95 southbound side 14 miles per hour as you travel through the work zone at cottman avenue. 28 farther south between allegheny and girard. we have several accidents around the region. one in levittown at the dallas diner 13 at edgily road. one in warminster, county line road at davisville road.
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noting ham a vehicle -- nottingham, a vehicle flipped over stick with elk creek road. gloucester county, southbound jammed on the 42 freeway. we have crews on the scene of the big fire in trenton along weinberg place impacting our streets as well as with apparatus on the scene and blowing smoke. matt you have details ons going on in mercer county. >> thanks, matt. that's our breaking news story. the fire spread quickly through an entire block in trenton, new jersey, nine homes are damaged and authorities have called in buses to bring everyone to safety. katherine scott is live at the scene along weinberg place with what's happening now. katherine? >> reporter: matt, we're expecting an update from the fire department within in the next couple of minutes, when they last provided an update a
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half-hour ago they were working to get the flames under control three hours after the fire was called in. you can see this is a massive response from the trenton fire department and vowpgd communities. we're -- surrounding communities. nine homes have been damaged. three have collapsed. two people have been injured. every unit in trenton is here. a fire coordinator from mercer county was called in to help. we have viewer video i want to show you of the flames tearing through the homes. flames were fierce. firefighters arrived at the unit block of weinberg place, four homes were engulfed. they had to pull back because of live wires on the ground. pse&g shut power off to the whole grid. three homes collapsed.
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several cars destroyed. thick smoke and evacuations. some of the residents we spoke to said the flames spread quickly and now they see there's nothing left. >> i woke my boyfriend up, i grabbed my son, put a blanket over him and ran over the house. it was coming down and hitting me a little bit. it's difficult to go back home and there's nothing to go back to. >> and back here live, you can see there's a number of firefighters still on the scene as they continue to work on the fire fight. there are heavy wind gusts here, the fire department said they were left with an issue in fighting the fire, again it was the downed wires that hampered their fire fight. we're hearing two people were injured. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> also breaking, firefighters in gloucester county, new jersey, met intense flames that damaged three homes there. a viewer captured the moments
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crews first arrived on mehorter boulevard this morning. one person had to jump from a second-story window to escape. at least 6 other people are hurt. there are live wires that caught fire. utility crews are keeping an eye on that. this entire block has been evacuated as a precaution. let's take a live look from the action cam. it took several hours, appears the firefighters got the upper hand on this fire that was blown around by the wicked winds this morning. >> 6:36 federal aviation workers arrived on the scene of a deadly plane crash in burlington county, new jersey. the pilot was the only person on board when it went down in bass river state forest. the pilot was 75-year-old william lin dly from beechwood,
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new jersey. a child was shot and sent to the hospital in new jersey. the victim was sent to a medical center in vineland. no arrests have been made. a maintenance worker scared off two men who he said were breaking into city hall. the suspects climbed through an open window in broad daylight when the janitor yelled at them and called security. there was no damage to the building. happening today, president-elect donald trump will meet with rick perry said to be energy secretary. chris christie was part at trump national golf club in somerset county. the president-elect said he made a couple of deals, but did not reveal cabinet pick also. trump said his wife and son will not move to washington until the end of the school year next year. on twitter trump insisted that the cast and producers of
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hamilton should apologize to mike pence. the lead actor called out the vice president elect from the stage. mike pence said he was not offended. after that incredible start the eagles dropped to 5-5 on the season. he they fell to the saw hawks 26-15. the eagles are vowing they won't let the drop get to and they have an extra day to prepare for the next game. they face the green bay packers monday night. >> you see the fires out there, the winds are making it worse for firefighters. >> reporter: the winds are not going anywhere it will be rather blustery today and tonight and tomorrow. taking a look outside, we have the cameras bouncing a little bit. looks like the camera looking at the ben franklin bridge is locked down pretty good. a fair amount of cloud cover early. but it is windy and cool across the region. we'll see sun later on, but
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nothing can help that chill that will be in the air. 38 degrees in philadelphia. that's about the hot spot, if you will across the region this morning. a lot of spots in the mid 30s, winds out of the west/northwest at 20 miles per hour. again, the gusts are going up to 30 currently and could go into the mid 40s, a wind advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. there's the cloud cover mixing with breaks, the farther south you go through the region the more sun you'll see later on. snow showers pushing across the new york state/pennsylvania border and some of that could get into the poconos later today. 36 degrees is the 8:00 a.m. temperature. 38 by 10:00 a.m. over the next 1 hours, it stays -- 12 hours, it stays chilly. noon 41. 3:00 p.m., 45. 5:00 p.m., 41 and 6:00 p.m. back in the upper 0s with -- 30s with the winds. 44 in reading, 46 in wilmington
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and millville. milder dow in cape may, 47 degrees there, but pretty much the same kind of story. winds gusts looking ahead today, 40 to 45 miles per hour that will give you windchills making it feel like the 20s in the morning, the 30s in the afternoon. i mentioned a snow shower possible in the poconos. tomorrow won't be as windy, but it will be noticeably blustery. today, tomorrow and tonight if you're driving around look out for debris like trash cans on the roads and downed trees and tree branches here and there. temperatures chilly tomorrow, highs in the mid 40s, upper 40s tomorrow. before we get on the other side of that trough wednesday and thursday, a little bit milder there. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, winds and chilly today. 45 degrees, tomorrow lots of sun, windy, high of 48 partly sunny and the winds lowering on wednesday. 50. next system arrives on thursday, looks like thanksgiving is looking cloudy, we'll probably see a temperature. about 43 at the start of the
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parade. an afternoon high of 54. we have to allow for a touch of rain at times especially early in the day, it's not going to be a driving rain or washout on thanksgiving you might want to bring an umbrella to the parade and we'll track that situation and update you twerch now -- between now and thursday. friday, clouds and sun, 56. saturday, 55 the high, 53 on sunday. >> the intention manhunt for a gunman who opened fire on a police officer is over. >> if you're dreading the travel headache for the holiday, now a major airport is set to strike. >> reporter: no headaches in olney along the boulevard near 7th street. i-95 is busy, we'll check that. we'll talk about good news with roads reopening, when "action news" continues on this monday.
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the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. >> 60 a.m., we have a 6 air alarm fire in trenton. sunoco is billowing up on weinberg place. nine homes damaged and two injuries and dozens placed. in gloucester county, firefighters arrived to fierce flames on the 700 block of mehorter boulevard.
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we don't have the video from that yet. we'll get that in a second. >> restrictions around the fires, right, matt. >> reporter: yes, you want to avoid red bank avenue and mehort. northbound 42 is getting busy. as we look at the big picture, red zones on the schuylkill expressway, speeds have dropped from the 40s into the 20s and 30s. we have a crash in lower merion along old gulph road close to mull berry lane. check out the speeds on i-95. 50 miles per hour on the southbound side by academy road jamming southbound from academy to cot mant and past the -- cottman and past the betsy ross bridge into girard. an accident 422 eastbound near
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100. there will be midday construction. westbound starts in 15 minutes in the pottstown area. watch out for the crews setting up there. we have a crash worcester buster road and skippack pike. the news is better on another portion of skippack pike. the route 73 bridge over perkiomen creek reopened on friday. if you didn't drierchg that over the -- didn't drive that over the weekend you can this morning. that was out of business since april. it is back in business this morning. yellow springs road and the knox covered bridge is reopened. it was close in 2015 when it was damaged by a truck accident. yellow springs is open for you. 252 looks fine on this monday. >> happening today, workers at one of the nation's biggest airport will set a daylight to go on strike. it is expected to impact
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thanksgiving travel. hundreds of workers at chicago o'hare airport is fighting for union rights and 15-dollar an hour. suspect in the ambush shooting of a saint louis police sergeant was killed in a shootout with police overnight. the 46-year-old sergeant was sitting in traffic when another car pulled up alongside his marked police vehicle. he was shot twice in the face. the sergeant is in critical condition, but expected to survive. >> this tells you how dangerous a job it is. and tells you how much we have to appreciate our police officers. you have to understand the difficulties they go through, the sacrifices they undertake to protect us and our neighborhoods. >> the shooter fled the scene. police caught up with the suspect early this morning, they say he shot at officers and was killed when they returned fire. >> brand new tensions flared on the dakota access pipeline.
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400 protesters tried to push past a long block bridge on a state highway. a line of law enforcement use tier gas and -- tear gas and pushed them back. the souix nation says it threatens their drinking water and cultural sites. the pipeline will run from north dakota to illinois.
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>> reporter: i'm very excited because it's thanksgiving week and international stuffing day. here things not to be excited about, the 30 bypass, eastbound side slowing from 340 to 113. hour it's a typical morning fare. better news in worcester the crash buster road at skippack pike away. there's another clicks at westpoint -- collision at westpoint pike. there are ten and minute delays a couple of regional rail lines. >> reporter: matt on the big board we have the kids dressed in winter gear as temperatures this morning are in the 30s and windchills in the 20s. this afternoon it will be rather uncomfortable, so they might want a little extra gear. here's how the numbers will go, starting out with the
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temperatures in the 30s across the region. bundle them up on the bus stop this morning remember winds in the 20s with the winds. 38 by 10:00 a.m., 41 by noon. we'll get a high of 45 windchills in the 30s. the winds will be gusting into 40 ins at times. as -- into the 40s at times. keep in mind there could be trash cans in the roads and degree branches coming down, we've seen that going back to yesterday. 39 anticipate cold by 6:00 p.m. happening today, this is the 40th anniversary of a american movie icon. on november 21, 1976 move audiences met rocky balboa. four decades later his story continues to resonate with rocky fans. what is your favorite movie go to our quick poll. right now the original rocky is in the lead. we'll be right back. >> a 6-alarm fire has damaged
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at least nine homes in trenton, new jersey. fire officials say the fire started in one house on the unit block of weinberg place and spread. three homes collapsed. two people injured. katherine scott shared this photo from the early fire fight,
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actually from the late fire fight. look at all the homes that have been damaged. we're hearing this entire city block could be a total loss. sad to see that. a second fire in new jersey has injured seven people. this fire in woodbury gloucester county damaged three homes and parked cars. one of the injured had to jump from a the second story window to escape. the mayor of upland borough is accused of being under the influence when he crashed into two parked cars in chester in the early morning. we have a fire location in marple township is closing crumb creek road, paxtonollow the alternate. >> reporter: we have a high of 45, windchills in the 30s this afternoon. a wind advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. gusts as high as 40. look out for debris in the roads. >> thanks for joining us.
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it's thanksgiving week, time to give thanks and be nice to each other, let's have more of that, all right. for matt pellman, tamala edwards, karen rogers, david murphy, nydia han, i'm matt o'donnell. "g.m.a." is next. instead of rushing to buy
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good morning, america. the northeast hit by the first major snowstorm of the the season. a foot of snow already falling. more on the way. wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour. temperatures plunging from chicago to florida, as millions prepare to hit the road for thanksgiving. breaking right now. massive manhunt. four police officers shot from st. louis to san antonio. a cop attacked while driving his squad car. a 20-year vet ran gunned down while writing a ticket. president trump closes in on new cabinet picks. 21 meetings in two days. an announcement about secretary of defense is imminent. trump picks a fight with

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