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now a new nfl draft parking van is just about to start, we'll tell you what areas are off limits and when. a car being pursued by wilmington police crashes into another car. new images show damage from the american missile strikes in syria. this morning america's secretary of state has a message for syria and russia. >> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a view of the commodore barry bridge. we're happy you're waking up with us, nydia han is off,
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jeanette reyes is here. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: this might be a perfect day today. >> really? >> reporter: let's get you outside, we'll start you out with a live shot of the center city skyline, nice and clear, it's chilly with the clear skies, the numbers have dropped off quite quickly. later this afternoon with a lot of the sunshine, the numbers should get up close to 70 degrees. flip it over to the numbers, 40 degrees in philadelphia, not too bad. some of the surrounding suburbs have dropped below freezing, the millville and the southern pine barrens. upper 20s and 30s, dover, 38. cape may, 45. satellite and radar just like yesterday high pressure in control that means lots of sunshine, just a couple of clouds mixing in during the day. the forecast for this afternoon, jersey shore, 62 degrees sunny and nice. more importantly we lose the wind. yesterday it was not all that
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bad. the wind was blustery at times. sunny and 70 in the industry and in the poconos, sunny and nice, 60 degrees. when i come back we'll talk about a summer preview in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray? >> thank you look forward to it. folk 6:02 a.m., we're following breaking news, this is coming in from egypt a bomb has gone inside a church in the nile delta during a palm sunday mass. egyptian leaders say the blast killed 21 people. at least 38 other people were injured in this. the target was a church filled with coptic christians going to palm sunday celebration. president trump discussed such attack while egypt's president visited washington last week. christians make up 10% of the
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population. pope francis is expected to visit egypt on april 28. today while the pope celebrated mass st. peter's square, he said so many people are suffering from slave labor and diseases and family tragedies and armed conflict. sunday marks holy week, it commemorates the execution of jesus on good friday, it is capped off by sunday the day christians believe jesus rose from the dead. the draft at philadelphia restrictions start today,.
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>> left lane of the benjamin franklin parkway will be closed from oohs eakens oval to spring garden, the parkway continues southbound kelly drive it will open up to three travel lanes. southbound kelly drive will have a lane drop between 25th and benjamin franklin parkway. there's lots to remember, that's why we're helping you out at 6abc.com. the right two lanes of eakens oval in front of the art museum steps will be closed for the building of the theater. this is what it will look like when the draft begins april 27. >> other phases begin april 19 and april 24. these are all listed for you on our website 6abc.com. we know that hundreds of thousands of people are expected to go to the draft and the draft festival. the draft ends april 29. keep in mind, the closures are expect the to last beyond that.
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6:04 a.m. u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson expected to visit moscow. the american missile strike in syria will likely be the core of the caulk with russian leaders there. he said he sees no reason for retaliation for the strike on the syrian air base. he said russian troops were not the target. elizabeth hur said the base was damaged, but not out of commission. >> reporter: back in action, these pictures from russian state control television show syrian jets taking off from the air base less than 24 hours after nearly 60 u.s. cruise missiles bombarded the airfield. video shows the wreckage of the aircraft destroyed and bombed out fuel tanks. president trump pleading that
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the air -- tweeting that the air raid was a success thank you to many men and women representing the united states so well. the runways are untouched. the president tweeting saying the reason you don't hit runways they are easily fixed. george stephanopoulos asked if the airstrikes change the u.s. policy toward syria. >> we're calling on assad to crease the -- cease the use of the weapons. >> reporter: the chemical nerve gas killed people including 9-year-old twins who passed out trying to rescue them.
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i rescued everyone else, but i couldn't rescue you. >> elizabeth had your, abc news new york. a driver suspected of dui after an overnight crash on the boulevard. two people were hurt in that wreck in the northbound lanes near north 5th street in hunting park. two men were taken to einstein for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. a woman driving the car that lost control is being tested for dui. three people were hurt in a crash in wilmington. police say one of the cars involved is being pursued by officers. the collision happened at #th and produce. authorities tell "action news" the suspect was fleeing police when he hit another car. two people in that car and the suspect's vehicle were taken to the hospital for treatment. the suspect was arrested at the scene. police recovered a handgun. it is unclear what touched off the chase. this morning, the predator
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who abducted and sexually assaulted a 4-year-old girl is out there on the run. police in delaware are reviewing surveillance video hoping to catch the criminal. investigators have not released the video. the girl was snatched off the street while she was playing in the 4100 block of sugar plum court thursday night. two hours later she was found alive in banning park nearly 8 miles per hour away. annie mccormick will have an update on the case. an arsonist in jail behind bars, this is 59-year-old juan barclay trying to open car doors in south philadelphia in february. just a few hours later he was seen near a fire at the 4th street deli. he is charged with setting that fire and two others in the city. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a joyride by a 13-year-old end with a car in water he is
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not the only person in trouble with police. drones fly over the cherry blossom festival time is running out for you to see it yourself. phillies make history. le. >> reporter: we're about to see a temperature explosion, the last time we hit 80 degrees in philadelphia was nearly 6 months ago, we're about to do it twice. i'll let you know when when we come right back.
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6:12 a.m., happy today, the 20th anniversary of the cherry festival continues today is the grand finale of the japanese sculpture at the philadelphia horticulture. there's a sushi making contest, and much more. enjoy it today from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. it's a beautiful day for all the activities. >> reporter: yes it is. yesterday was not all that bad either, we had the wind that was a little bit blustery. today we lose that wind. let's give you a lovely shot, cape may, clear skies, not a lot of whitecaps out there.
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the wind have diminished, temperatures have dropped off. temperature are below freezing at this point. we expect the temperatures to climb in the 60s, close to 70 when all is said and done. there's no precipitation out there for the next several days until wednesday, when we have a brief shower at best. this is close to the seasonal average, normal is 62. philadelphia, 60. wilmington and trenton, 59. 40 for philadelphia, dewpoint of 30, pressure is rising. wind out of the southwest now they are officially calm. the ocean temperature sitting at 46 degrees. let's start you out, north and west. most temperatures 3 close to 32. center city you're the warm spot
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checking in at 40. south jersey and delaware, close to freezing. you get into the pine barrens, you're below freezing, mount laurel, 34, sewell, 31. tuckahoe, # 31 degrees. well put a big "h" right there. it's a huge area of high pressure. it doesn't allow anything to push toward it from the west. think of it as a protective bubble that sits on the eastern seaboard over the next few days, it keeps all the systems out here near the great lake states. high pressure off the coast, sunny skies and unbelievable warm temperatures for this time of the year. future tracker 6, later this afternoon, the model will shut us off around 66 degrees. accuweather will go 70. today is a nice one. we get into tomorrow, the model
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is cooler than what accuweather is projecting, anywhere from upper 7 to close to 80 degrees, look at this, tuesday, the molds puts us at 79. accuweather is going 82. it will be the first time we hit 80 degrees since october 21 of last year. that was 6 months ago and the low to mid 80s tuesday, 70 degrees is the forecasted high with a light breeze out of the west/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. sunshine the whole way threw. 1:00 p.m., 63. 3:00 p.m., 67. 5:00 p.m., 68 somewhere in between we'll bhg -- manage a high of 70. look at the numbers tomorrow morning, 44 degrees, outlying suburbs, close to 50 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, the numbers are off to the races. here we go, sunny warm, monday, 80 degrees. look at tuesday, 82. the record is 84 we should fall
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short of that, anyway you slice it, it's a gorgeous day. wednesday, 72. thursday, 70. good friday, 66. next saturday, mostly sunny, 68. >> delta airline said more flights may be canceled today. this is a ripple effect saturday of storms at the delta hub. delta said it's already canceled three thousand flights in at least a day.
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employ opened fire an people at a florida mall before taking his own life. it send shoppers running for dover. officers say the shooting began during an argument between the x employer and the gym manager. the shops were locked down so police could talk to witnesses there. this morning a dad in florida locked up in jail. police say he let his 1-year-old son take the family car for a joyride with a 2-year-old passenger inside with the teenager. the teenager was driving fast when he went through a stop sign and missed the turn and landed upside down in the canal.
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the teen got out and the tolingsdzer got out. toddler got out, neither was seriously hurt. if you see a driver using a cell phone or texting, callers are urging people to give the make and model and license plate to the garden state. target fans rejoice another target store is coming to philadelphia at 6th and spring garden in northern liberties. 47,000 square foot facility will open in july of 2018. i'll be counting down. upstairs said it will offer saturday ground service nationwide later this month. packages previously delivered on monday will arrive on saturday.
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>> reporter: all right, welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning, did you see the phillies 12 runs in the first inning, an offensive explosion. sunny skies, warmer, first pitch temperature, 64 and by the 9th inning, 68 degrees. we'll see a huge temperature change over the next few days, we have a nice pattern change with an area of high pressure setting up over the great lake states. this sprawls outward and we get a series of storms to the west.
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they will try to penetrate the high and they hit the high and they are forced to go up and around. the weather stays nice and comfortable over the next few days, a touch of summer in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. today is not bad, today will feel chilly compared to what's on the table monday and tuesday, 80 degrees monday, 82 tuesday. >> keep bringing it, criminals. folks in sports this morning, the phillies offensive outburst earned them a new place in the team's record books, jeff skeverski has the highlights of a night to remember. >> reporter: the phillies have been playing baseball since the year 1883. that's 135 seasons. last night against the nationals they have done something they have never done before. the phillies come out swinging against the nationals. 1 through 6 hitters, 9 for 9, 11rbis.
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3-0. bases loaded triple, 80-phillies. runs are falling all over the place. keep smiling. later in the first, franco, rbi double. 10-0 phillies. guthrie a gonner, mickal saunders, rbi double. it is his second hit of the inning. 11-0. joseph, again, phillies score 1 times in the first for the first time in team history, phillies win 17-3. here the guys after this historic night last night. >> tonight was a good night for a lot of us, a lot of guys put the bat on the ball and hit the ball hard and hopefully we can carry this over until tomorrow. >> way too many injuries and losses, brett brown said his team is fighting to the very end and brown is proud of their fight. brett brown and the sixers
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fighting to end their losing streak against milwaukee. holmes later in the second, on his 23rd birthday, sixers up as many as ten. the bucks beat them up in the third and put it away in the 4th. sixers lost by 8. it is their 6th straight loss, the season end wednesday. flyers go home tonight for the season, and this is it without a playoff trip even though they have won more home games than any other flyers team for the last 16 years. joe bidens cheering on the flyers yesterday, thumbs up against columbus. michael jobs the defenseman on the board. 2-0 flyers, on the power play, jake borachek, flyers go on to win 4-2.
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steve mason soon to be free agent may have played his final game as a flier. >> leaving in the summertime, it will be an uneasy exciting and stressful time. >> reporter: the assessment of the union not good so far. they give up 3 straight goals. the penalty kick, he scores and takes the ball and goes home. union winless, 3-1 the final they have the worst record in major league soccer. final round of the masters in augusta. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> you've heard the phrase better late than never, a book that was 50 years overdue was returned to the library. staff members found the book in the outdoor book drop, the date stamped on the card shows it was due back january 5th, 1967, almost made it.
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the library doesn't know who took the book out, because the records don't go back that far. the book is too old to go back on the shelves, the librarian is keeping it as a momento. chris sowers says today will be perfect, here's a live shot of old city. get out and enjoy it. we're back in just a bit. grit. some have it, some don't. when the odds are stacked against you, you either hide or stand up. at strayer university we've seen it in our students for 125 years. and if you ever think of quitting, our success coaches will be there to pick you up and work with you every day to put you on the right path.
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you on breaking news coming in from egypt. a bomb has gone off inside a church in the nile delta during palm sunday mass. the blast killed at least 25 people. the explosion took place in the town north of cairo. 71 other people were injured in the blast. the target was a church packed with coptic christians celebrating palm sunday services. so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. isis carried out a suicide attack in cairo killing mostly women. pope francis will visit egypt later this morning. we'll follow this breaking news
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and get more at 6abc.com. >> looking outside, making your job very easy. >> reporter: very easy. let's get you outside, a beautiful shot of the ben franklin bridge, clear skies, sun starting to rise, testers will start to climb, today will be as picture-perfect as you can get for this time of the year. normal high for this time of the year, 62. we'll be around 70 without a cloud in the sky, it will be very, very nice. 43 in philadelphia. trenton, 36. the numbers are chilly. the clear skies allowed the numbers to plummet overnight. we're below freezing in some locations, pine barrens, millville, buena, upper 20s. 31 in allentown. reading, 35. 33 in wilmington, 45 in cape may. here's the good news, we've lost the wind. really, that was the thorn in the side yesterday. yesterday it wasn't a bad day, but it was breezy. we had high temperatures close to 60 with the wind it felt
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chilly. today we don't have the wind, it will be really nice and ton of sunshine. western portions of ohio is where you start to pick up cloud cover. everyone else is clear. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast mostly sunny, unseasonable warm, 70 degrees the forecasted high. 80 degrees tomorrow and tuesday we're challenging records. jennette. >> philadelphia is starting to close streets for parking near the art museum to get ready for the nfl draft. even though the draft does not takes place until april 27, construction in phases of the sphilts is -- facility is beginning. two lanes of the benjamin franklin parkway will be open from 20th street to eakens oval. the left lane will be closed from east eakens oval to spring garden street. other parking restrictions will
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be added as we get closer to the nfl draft you want to watch out for that. you can see all the traffic and parking at 6abc.com. 6:33, happening this morning, police are looking for the man wanted for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a girl in new castle, delaware. annie mccormick reports that the community is understandably shaken by there and helping police with possible clues. if you don't recognize the person don't talk to them at all, whether they have a puppy or candy or anything like that don't go near them. >> reporter: parents and kids in the village of plum run remain on high alert after the kidnapping of a 4-year-old girl playing outside with friends. >> you notice today there's no kids out today. >> reporter: saturday new castle county police kept a patrol car near the spot of the abduction happening around 7:00 p.m.
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the two hour manhunt ended with a passer by found the victim walking along the tree line of banning park nearly 8 miles per hour from where the attacker grabbed her. she was barely clothed and sexually assaulted. police found a potential lead, suspicious tire tracks possibly from a quick getaway. in banning park, saturday, people praised for the young child's bravery. police are looking for a white or hispanic male and darked colored four door sedan with tinted windows. the community is looking to and has a message for him. >> we're looking for that vehicle, hopefully he turns himself in, because he has a lot of eyes on him right now. >> reporter: new castle county police say they have tremendous support from the community and gathering surveillance video and going through the video they
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already have. reporting outside new castle county police, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> 6:35 a.m., russia's foreign prime minister is calling for an investigation into into the u.s. missesle strike in syria. he made the comment during a phone conversation with secretary of state rex tillerson yesterday. he saidssed the assertion that syria used chemical weapons. u.s. military said an american soldier was killed in average. a spokesperson for u.s. forces in afghanistan said the soldier was injured in an operation. the soldier's name has not been released or any other information provided. swedish police have taken several people in for
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questioning for the fatal truck attack. only the truck driver was arrested. they have identified the suspect as a 39-year-old man from uzbekistan. he deliberately ran his truck into a crowd of people. four people were killed and 15 others injured. he drove into the crowd of pedestrians and into the front of the store. norway police arrested a suspect in connection with a bomb-like device found on the street in oslo. one man was arrested an bomb disposal experts went to the scene. norway was put on high alert after neighboring sweden suffered the deadly truck attack. a delaware man is behind bars accused of running a prostitution operation. he is 55-year-old man. detectives staked out his georgetown home and served a search warrant after they
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overred several -- observed several men coming and going from the home. they found a woman confined to a bedroom and told to perform sex acts. the reason for this calm to inform you that the internal revenue service is filing lawsuits against you. >> reporter: millions of americans have heard that threat from scammers claiming to be from the internal revenue service. >> you will be in prison for two years. >> reporter: for years, the internal revenue service has warned against callers demanding money saying the internal revenue service does not do that. if you're hind -- behind on your taxes, the irs will call you starting this spring. debt collectors have been hired by the irs to chase down taxes that the irs cannot get to.
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a new law requires that the irs higher debt collectors to pay for new roads, but it could cause a spike in scam calls. here's how to make sure you're not being scammed when the irs kicks in. the irs will contact you multiple times in writing before you hear from contractors. you won't hear from debt collectors unless you have years of overdue taxes. if you get a phone call from the irs and it is an aggressive threatening sounding kind of thing, hang up. if you're not sure if you have unpaid account with the internal revenue service, visit irs.gov. plug in your information it can tell you, if not, give them a call. 67:38 much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. >> reporter: training pays off for mercer county police officer
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>> 6:41 a.m., are you looking for something to do while your kids are off for easter break.
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we can help you out with that. here's a free, fun-filled idea that's educational. the national constitution center is offering free event with flag etiquette and folding challenges now through april 19. next saturday alex's lemonade stand has a spring festival. admission is free. donations go to childhood cancer research. >> that's a good way to keep your kids busy. let's get you caught up on the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers, i don't believe you've ever used the word perfect. >> reporter: today is perfection. >> you're not talking about me. >> reporter: not talking about you, even though you look good in that suit. >> don't get a big head. >> reporter: let's give you a shot of philadelphia international airport, clear
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skies, the numbers have plummeted thanks to the clear sky with high pressure settling in. numbers are close to freezing in several locations. the good news it is april. with all the sunshine the numbers will warm very, very quickly. the radars are clear, we don't have to worry about precipitation today or tomorrow or tuesday, the whole week is dry. it's a huge change from the week we've just had, nearly 3 1/2 inches of rain in the span of 8 days. that's what philadelphia has seen. now we're moving into a drier pattern. 70 degrees, the normal 62. allentown, 31. millville, 27. it's cold across the outlying suburbs. trenton, 36. cape may, 44. dover, 38 degrees. satellite and radar high pressure right there, that means no cloud cover. we're expecting clear skies today, tomorrow, tuesday. some of this gets in here tuesday night into wednesday morning, maybe a brief, spotty shower for some locations, i
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think most of the area stays dry. as we expand the view, nothing going on, the jet stream, is all the way up here now. over the last couple of weeks it was running across the heartland of the nation into the central portion of the east coast. now it's up here, that's where all the storms travel that means dry, comfortable weather for us. they are an hour behind us, this is central standard time. 68 in dallas. 67 in chicago, 64 in st. louis. mid to upper 80s today, it is this air mass charging east over the next several days. high pressure in control, winds out of the south/southwest that will pump the warmer weather in here. we keep all the rain to the west and we keep the skies high and dry, is they say, future tracker, we'll let this run, there's nothing to show you and
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shop this on, today is clear, tomorrow clear, tuesday, clear, tuesday into wednesday morning, there's the spotty shower about 1:00 a.m., 2:00 a.m., we don't get a shower here, the whole week is dry in the delaware and lehigh valley. kutztown, 69 degrees, 70 in reading. downingtown, sunny skies, 69. pottstown, 68. i-95 corridor, up to 70. berlin, philadelphia, 70 degrees, doylestown, 68. west chester 68. wrightstown, 69. millville, 70. dover, 70. the jersey shore is cooler right there on the water, balls the ocean temperature is in the upper 40s, low 60s here, atlantic city on the beach, 62. cape may, 62. you don't have to travel too far inland to get into the upper 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and perfect today, sunny and perfect tomorrow, and sunny and perfect for tuesday. look at these numbers, 70 today,
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80 tomorrow, 82 tuesday. in case you were wondering, neither of these are records. wednesday, clouds and sun, 72. thursday, partly sunny, 70. good friday sunny and pleasant, 66. mostly sunny saturday, 68. sunday high near 70. >> you can pretty much take off, we can take it here with the weather. >> don't leave. >> reporter: i will go get french toast and be back in an hour. >> remember you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at any time at 6abc.com/weather. your time, 6:46 a.m., four police recruits in new jersey know what it is like to save a man's life before they get to depend on their badges, this was no drill. new jersey correspondent nora muchanic shares their story. >> reporter: as police officer trainees at the mercer county
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police academy these future cops knew that they would be called on to save someone's life. they were in the hamilton township park playing street hockey, a stranger asked to play the game. >> he was in distress. he stopped breathing so we put him on his back, i felt for a pulse, he had no pulse we started compressions. >> reporter: while two of the recruits called 911 guided first responders to the scene, the other two switched off with cpr. >> i was on with dispatch i said he had previous heart condition. >> i did more cycles and ems arrived with the police. >> reporter: the man is hospitalized, but he is alive because of the quick response
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and training of these recruits. >> this was the longest ten minutes of my life. >> congratulations. >> this is what we signed up to do this is why we wanted to be police officers save lives and help people. i feel great, i'm sure these guys do, as well. >> reporter: the hero recruits are expected to graduate from the academy later this month, and start their careers at individual departments, they have already got one impressive save under their betls. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news."
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6:55 a.m., children were hurt when a bounce house goes airborne. this happened at a carnival in south carolina. you see the images there. wind rolled in and sent the bounce house flying. >> a big gush of air, the bouncy house flew 20, 30 feet.
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>> reporter: first responders say the bounce house hit power lines with several children falling 40 feet from the ground. it flew off the church grounds and across the street. the extent of the injuries to the children is not clear. >> it's almost been two years since the death of a 23-year-old aspiring musician. now, a close family friend said it's time to give him justice. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> reporter: eric solomon loved richard matthews like he it was her own son. solomon said the two talked multiple times aa day, may, 2015 something went wrong. police say 1:30 a.m. on that month day matthews was walking
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in the philadelphia tioga nicetown section. >> him and the other young man were walking toward the parking lot and gunshots was fired from a car passer buyer, walker, i'm not sure. >> reporter: matthews was hit twice once in the chest and once in the neck, he died at the hospital. the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward money for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. solomon said matthew will live on through a group he helped create called crime. >> they all work in college or graduated college. they help the little boys in the neighborhood playing basketball and that's about it. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news."
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tweeting, the power of speak sg sg -- speaking is bringing two veterans together. every tuesday here at the riddle village retirement community a transformational gathering of sorts takes place. >> we're all old here, older,
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older. >> reporter: for nearly two hours, the very young and the very old are paired up. and what happens next is almost magical. some have relatives that live a distance, so it's nice to have the kids here. >> their eyes light up when they see the children. it's an inter generational program first pitched by debby and made possible with the help of several staff members who bus in a dozen kindergarteners from the ynca. take for example a budding friendship between mr. walters who says very few words. >> say something, walter.
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you want to say hello. >> he is my friend because we do good stuff together. charlie wanted mr. walter to visit for grandparents day. >> yesterday i said your grandparents coming, he said yes, they are, but i would like walter to come, as well. >> reporter: even though the program is in its infancy, the results are heartwarming. >> i am your friend and i would love to be your mother. >> this collaboration has been so successful, organization are working with other partners. >> lovely. we have another hour of "action news" straight ahead. new parking restrictions for the nfl draft are about to go in effect. >> chaos in egypt, a bomb has gone off in a church during palm sunday prayers. >> plus another update from
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meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather, we think you'll like this one, we'll be right back. >> the stage is going up and
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now a new nfl draft parking ban is just about to start. we'll tell you exactly what areas are off limits and when. >> a car being pursued by wilmington police crashes into another car. new images show damage from the american missile strikes in
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syria and this morning america's secretary of state has a message for syria and russia. >> a pleasant good morning to you, 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you that glimpse there over penns landing. let's take you back outside, meteorologist chris sowers tracking the accuweather forecast, chris, i see that big smile, it's going to be perfect today, right? >> reporter: temperature-wise it's colder right now than at the same time yesterday, yet it feels better because we lost the wind. it will feel nice this afternoon. let's flip it over to the temperatures, starting out in the 20s north and west, pilots, 29. warminster, 40. center city, 40. long wood, 33. pretty much the same deal in south jersey and delaware. cedarville, 28 degrees. vineland, 31. hammonton 31. claymont, 32. dover, 38. satellite and radar we're pretty clear up and down the entire

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