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declared. he was found dead in object of of 2015. nora muchanic is live outside of the courthouse in camden with the latest. >> reporter: rick, the jury convened for an hour this morning but soon came back to tell the judge they were unable to come to a verdict in the guilt of david d.j. creato on murder and child endangerment charges and the judge declared a mistrial. >> it appears in light of yesterday afternoon that the jury is not in a position to be able to reach consensus in the matter. accordingly at this point in time, i'm going to dismiss you and thank you for your services. >> now the jury was un able to decide if david creato was guilty or innocent and the judge declared mistrial. christine shaw and members of david creato's family walked out
of the courthouse without comment. brendon creato was found in a creek in cooper river park in haddon township. the prosecution says he smothered with the child to get rid of him because he was interfering with a relationship with his 17-year-old girlfriend. they clearly had doubts about the case and dj creato maintains his innocence saying the child wandered away from home. >> no evidence, i believe they couldn't prove their case beyond. i think the nature of a hung jury is that they cannot find guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. >> now prosecutions could retry the case, the judge set a date of of july 5th if they want to do that for a status hearing and his client will remain in custody until the judge lowers
his $750,000 bail and he will make a motion to do that immediately. live in camden, nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. we have continuing coverage of the david creato case on our 6 abc app. there will we have the latest that happened in court this morning and what happens next and the lightest from the police interrogation and here the 911 call that was made to report the 3-year-old missing, it's a free download for your mobile dechristian. police say they are looking for the teenage brother of of a young girl found unresponsive in her olney home. officers were called to the family's house on north american street overnight. a woman told police her 18-year-old son took off with her car and then went to the basement to get information about the car's information and discovered her -year-old daughter with a bag over her head and the girl was unresponsive and the police began cpr and was rushed to the
hospital where she is brain dead. the vehicle was later found but the brother was not located. we'll follow the story and bring you the latest as new details become availability. and more on the death of a 6-week-old boy in philadelphia. the child's father, omar cooper is charged with homicide and related offenses. police responded to a call of an injured baby on willows avenue friday and a half noon. the child was pronounced dead at the hospital. two vehicles collided in wilmington and one burst into flames. "action news" was on the scene as firefighters were putting out the blaze. the crash happened before 11:00 a.m. on route 141 on the tyler bridge. officials say that an suv and sedan crashed head-on. route 141 remains closed in both directions at this hour. a massive suicide truck bombing rocked a highly secure
diplomatic area of of cuble after san this morning. killing 80 and wounded more than 400, most of the casualties weresy illans including women and children. the german embassy and other embassies located in the area has suffered major damage. the worst attack since the draw down of forces in 2014. here is the latest on the white house this afternoon. abc news learn that president trump is leaning toward pull ougt of the paris international agreement to reduce climate warming carbon emissions. lana zach is live in washington with more. >> reporter: good afternoon to you rick. the united states has already ratified and agreed to the paris climate accord, so in addition to the negative implications for the environment with the united states potentially pulling out.
they caution it could send a signal to the allies that the united states does not intend to abide by its commission. >> president trump is likely to drop out of the paris climate accord, but no final decision is made. if the u.s. goes this route the u.s. joins syria and nicaragua in opposing the agreement. 197 countries joined including the top five for co 2 emissions. the u.s. is number two, if the u.s. pulled out other countries that agreed to participate may follow. >> we are going to cancel the paris climate agreement. mr. trump lobbied against the deal tweeting that global warming was a hoax and as president he has unravelled other obama regulations. >> my administration is putting
an end to the war on coal. >> and white house spokesman sean spicer was asked if the perfect ez believes that human activity adds to the warming of the claim at. >> i haven't asked him. >> writing i am announcing my decision in the next few days. make america great again. >> the question now does the president school of making america great work in harmony with the effort to make the planet great? the president is still lobbied byself members of his administration that hopes he continues to stay in the paris climate accord. and the republican party is split with the florida delegation pushing the president to stay in it. florida has the potential to be catastrophically hit by rising sea levels. reporting live lana zach, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you.
turning now to the accuweather forecast. we started out cloudy today. but skies are starting to get brighter and the sun will make a come back. sky 6 hd showing you chester and the talon energy stadium there. we can enjoy the sun for two days before the rain return ares, meteorologist, karen rogers, joins us with the lightest from accuweather. >> we have such an unsettled pattern and today we are on the upswing and today started not so great but the afternoon is good. i see blue skies and on cue the sun is sun shining down on me right now. on the radar you see clouds and more and more sun breaking through especially towards the west. you see the breaks in the clouds and drier air is moving in and a southerly flow and the sun is out to the west. that triggers showers and thunderstorms and they are spotty, temperatures in the poconos 16 degrees warmer than yesterday. 14 degrees warmer than yesterday so far in reading and 10 degrees
warmer in philadelphia and these numbers are going to go up from there. the temperatures are really responding to that little bit of sunshine we are getting so far. it's 73 in coatesville and long wood. and 70 in media and center city and 70 in warminster. upper 60s in quakertown. 73 in cinnaminson and 71 in millville and 71 in tuckahoe and 71 in dover delaware. hot in the sun out here. the high today is 80 and sunshine mixes with clouds and a good amount of clouds out here. 78 at 4:00 p.m. coming down from the high at 6:00 p.m. 78. and 75 at 8:00. and watching for a spotty shower or thunderstorm at any point in the afternoon and evening. not everybody will see it, it's firing up to the west as the front limps through and the only reason to worry about it is marginal risk of one of these storms becoming strong.
and car are you can reacquaint yourself with the sunshine. >> vitamin d, we need it. get the latest updates on your phone or tablet. the 6 abc app is a free download for your mobile device. in other news officials in delaware county are trying to figure out what sent a tree tumbling into the street. it happened at 9:00 this morning in wayne. initial reports says the tree fell into one car but no vehicles were spotted at the scene and no word on injuries. there is more ahead on "action news" at 12:30 a daring helicopter rescue to safe a female hiker trying to save her dog and got into trouble herself. >> and a child with ext scolios can live a full life.
it was a first of its kind missile test. the u.s. stopped a mock range missile test in space. and comes at a historic time the first of its kind in history. the intercept test of an intercontinental missile. >> it goes up into outerspace. former marine fighter pilot. colonel steve says that this success is a remarkable achievement. >> truly rocket science in every sense of the word. it was fired from an island in the pacific and at more that 4,000 miles away the intercept ever or kill vehicle was launched from an underground silo and it hits the mark within an hour destroying the icbm over the pacific and the whole
process is the same of hitting a speeding bullet at 4 miles per second with another speeding bullet. it comes at an equally citecal time after north korea launched another missile this week the ninth this year. and fow that the u.s. showed what it is capable of north korea's leader kim jong un will have to think twice before attacking. >> if the u.s. could shoot down a missile he shot at the united states he would know there would be an immediate response and his missile would fail. >> this test happened under ideal conditions and planned well in advance, if this was a real life situation it would prove much more challenging. a small fire forced a jetblue flight to make an emergency landing in grand rapids michigan. it took off from jfk airport to
head to san francisco last night. a passenger smelled smoke and they discovered a battery charger if a backpack on fire in one of the overhead bins. it took off again a short time later. california highway patrol took to the air to rescue hikers that suddenly had an emergency. a man many woman were hiking near lake tahoe and got into trouble. the dog began sliding and they then lost her balance and fell 30 feet. fortunately the swrirs were not too serious and the crews were able to hoist the victims to the helicopter and get them to the hospital for treatment. and sick children took care of sick teddy bears today. each child was given a teddy
bear and took them through five different departments to treat their wounds. some had sore paws and some injured ears, making them more comfortable about visiting a hospital or having doctors appointments. >> nice to see they are on the road for recovery. >> there it is. still ahead on "action news" another check of your forecast. >> as we look live outside sky 6 hd showing you the beach in cape may, the empty beach in cape may. meteorologist, karen rogers, has and update from accuweather. if you have medicare
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challenges. ali gorman take a closer look in this week's kids health matters. >> reporter: annie was just 6 when her aunt noticed her back did not look quite straight. after getting checked by doctors, the defers got the news. >> you need to be braced and that was it. >> dr. jack flynn at the childrens hospital in philadelphia says that x-rays showed two serious curves in annie's spine. 58 and 40 degrees. scoliosis can have a variety of causes and tends to be genetic but 80% of the time there is no known trigger and appears at 8 to 10 years of age and happens as often in boys as girls. >> but girls curves are likely to get bigger. >> annie's would normally mean surgery but because she is so young that would be complicated.
>> you are looking at a half dozen operations. >> dr. flynn recommended a back brace first. >> they usually go from shoulder to hip and should be worn 16 hours a day including in sleep but getting comfortable could be tough. >> you go on your side with your hands like this so they don't get caught for your brace because it hurts. >> some girls are self-conscious because the brace shows through clothing and causes bullying but annie says everyone is understanding. her dedication to wearing the brace has worked. >> her curve is half the size it was. and the brace is off for sports including annie's new found love of golf and found another scoliosis veteran, pro golfer, stacey lewis. >> a nice story. >> well, brace yourself. sunshine is back. >> ha, ha, ha.
>> yes, it is we are braced for it thank you for that rick. lets take a look at stormtracker 6 live double scan we are dry through the region right now. it was a mess this morning with more drizzle and clouds and people were on social media were sick of it. go outside now and see what is looks like. it's looking better. sky 6 hd looking live over the commodore barry bridge you see blue skies. and we'll continue to see the clouds break and some sunshine. peeking through there. and the temperatures are already responding to that. 70 right now in philadelphia, the dew point 62 almost feels sticky out there. the pressure is falling and the winds are southeasterly and the southern component is adding dry atmosphere and breaking up the clouds and allowing the temperatures to soar too. ocean temperature is 61. 68 in mt. pocono and 62 in trenton and 70 in philadelphia and 74 already in dover. yesterday's high was 62 so we are moving up fliesly. and 73 in reading and going up
from there. here is the satellite and radar, you see how the clouds are starting to break in the last hour or so. we see more of that. and as you look to the immediate west you see clearing and see more breaks in the clouds and more sunshine coming through. but here is the next front that comes through and that causes a few issues, spotty storms around future tracker 6 showing not a lot here but at 3:30 nast noon one or two showers or thunderstorms in the kmomorning 8:00 and it's spotty in nature. but watch out you could have hail or a quick downpour. get out and enjoy the afternoon. grab the accuweather app. 4:00, 79 the high of 80 at 6:00 and 78 at 8:00 and still the chance for a storm at 10:00 when you dip down to 72. the lehigh valley you see the showers earlier and a better
chance later, 79 for the high. at the shore it's taking longer to break the clouds, you had a lot of dense fog out there earlier this morning and the clouds linger longer and we see sunshine and a high of 72 and any storm you get at the shore is pretty late into the evening hours moving west to east. as you look at tomorrow high pressure builds in and 78 for your high and one fine day coming your way. here is your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 80 for your high and sunshine and spotty thunderstorm and tomorrow bright all day. 78 degrees with mostly sunny skies and we stay dry. friday is a good one and we warm up to 83 and feeling summer like. partly sunny skies and any shower holds off to friday night and maybe we sneak one in. and saturday is looking dry and clouds and 79 and sunday where it gets hung up with an area of low pressure and periods of rain and 71. monday clouds and sunshine and the low is slow to depart and showers stick out.
62 degrees and tuesday mostly cloudy skies and cool for this time of year 71. so temperatures jumping up there today with that little bit of sunshine. topping the people scene everything old seems to be made new between. more set wrote the musical herself based on the grammy award winning 1995 album. diane polis the tony award winner of pippen will direct the adeptation. the musical will premier in may 2018 at a theater in cambridge, massachusetts. are allergies holding you back?
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approaching a milestone. they graduate from souderton area high school next week. "action news" was there back if 1998 when the infants first arrived home. the five do everything together and will attend montgomery county community college for the next two years before applying to other four year schools. >> it's just like we feed to separate, we need to find our own self, our own path. while in community college the siblings plan to live at home and work at their jobs at meadow brook senior living. >> looks like a great family. instant family. a lot. >> lets take a look at the forecast for you. we have sunshine out there and temperatures are responding already 73 degrees. 76 already in reading, 72 in trenton and 75 in dover. a lot better than yesterday when we were in the low 60s and
temperatures now 12 to 16 degrees warmer than yesterday. the high is 80. >> thanks karen. a look at stories coming up this afternoon on "action news." nasa's next major mission is eyeing the sun, the aircraft will get closer than any one ever has. and added convenience without added cost. we look at delivery grocery services that save you time and money. don't forget to join us later today for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> for karen rogers, david murphy, sara bloomquist i'm rick williams have a nice afternoon. enjoy the sunshine.
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