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inside of the apartment. where duncan was staying. four people living there are also under a court ordered quarantine and armed guard. >> health officials now say they have narrowed group of people may have had director indirect contact with duncan to about 50, at least ten are listed as high risk, so far in are showing symptoms. duncan's ebola case is first one diagnosed, in the u.s. a u.s. cameraman working for nbc news in liberia is also now diagnosed with the virus. his mother who lives in rhode island says her sonnies weak but still walking. >> of course, he is very, very frightened but his spirits are relatively good. we have always been able to reassure him. >> reporter: his family says a private jet will fly their son to nebraska sunday. marley hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". that cameraman was working with the correspondent doctor nancy snyderman who graduated from penn school of medicine where she consult was
specialist. that is where we will find "eyewitness news" reporter charlotte huffman who talk with doctors there about how the cameraman could have contracted this virus. charlotte. >> reporter: chris, doctors hearsay it is important to know and for people to remember, that it is only contagious if the infect person is actually experiencing active symptoms. infectious disease doctor neil fishman says ebola is not transmitted true air or casualty contact. you are not going to contract ebola by shaking, and certainly in the by sitting next to someone. it is not transmitted, like a respiratory tract infection. >> reporter: the contagious person has to get into your bloodstream. doctor fishman says that can happen two ways. fit is ingested, and, and significant amount of bodily fluids from an infected person. >> blood on your hand, diarrhea on your bare hands,
or your bladder, splattered with some blood or other body fluid. >> reporter: his mom says that, he thinks that he could have gottene bowl through skin exposure. >> apparently at within point he was trying to decontaminate a car he had most of the gear on but he thinks something might have splashed on his body at that point. that is one possibility but really, one doesn't know, fully. >> it depend on what he got splashed with and what the -- if he got splashed with blood, yes, that is a realistic way of transmission. >> reporter: now you doctor fishman points out that the u.s. is better prepared to stop transmission, because simple things like wearing gloves, eye mask and gowns are 100 percent effective but those are supplies that are not as readily available in countries like africa. i'm charlotte huffman "eyewitness news", back to you guys. we know you have concerns about ebola so stay with
"eyewitness news" for continuing coverage. new development, and news anytime, at cbs philly.com. developing right now, children's hospital of philadelphia, tells us it has notified cdc that three patients at the hospital have acute muscle weakness of the limbs along with changes in their spine. the children are also being tested for the respiratory illness entero virus d68. parents who see signs of respiratory illness in their children are urged to contact their doctor immediately. we will have much more on this story coming up on "eyewitness news" at 6:00. let's turn our attention to the weather now and talk about that, we are tracking rain as we head toward this weekend. meteorologist kathy orr outside on the sky deck with that first forecast, kathy. >> it is cloudy and breezy but very comfortable this afternoon. we have rain on our radar screen and it is moving toward the delaware valley, just in time for the start of the weekend. high temperatures around the region, and, in philadelphia
right now in philadelphia, and high so far of 71. that is average for this time of the year. temperature is currently 71. allentown 70. elsewhere we are looking at 60's with clouds in atlantic city 64. sixty-three in the poconos. sixty-eight in millville. here's rain moving our way heading towards central pa, not a lot of rain but enough to slow us down and keep us from going outside, enjoying activities, tomorrow morning. you can see overnight tonight, the clouds, rain moving in moving hours, and, maybe a few embedded thunderstorms to the north and west but by noon it is out of here look at how quickly the skies clear. coming up we will talk about the saturday showers, but in the wake of that, a bigger story, a fall chill that we have in the seen in a long time. coldest air this season moving in iron talk about how quickly we will rebound when i join you inside later on in the broadcast. >> kathy, thanks. day 21, new information in
the manhunt for accused trooper killer eric freak. investigators believe he is somewhere in the woods along the border between monroe and pike counties. today pennsylvania state police showed us a photo of the campsite they have found in that area. food and am a initial were in these bags. they believe frein left them behind because he was in a hurry to get out of that area. >> we're more confident then ever that he is stressed and we are pushing him hard, and only a matter of time, a number of significant mistakes in the course of this manhunt. i have no doubt he will make additional mistakes and when he does we will capitalized and no doubt capture him. >> frein ace accused of ambushing two state troopers at blooming grove barracks three weeks ago today. corporal ryan dickson was killed and trooper alex douglass was critically wounded. violence has prompted increased police presence at upper darby high school. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson has the story. >> reporter: it is an intentional over reaction, you never have to worry about it
when you know, you just never happens. it is when you don't know. >> reporter: friday police superintendent michael chitwood increased patrols in and around upper darby high to say one thing, we know. >> this is a show of force to show anybody who would have any type of propensity for any type of violent act that the the police are here and we are here to protect the students. >> reporter: it has been an uneasy start to fall here. last week two male students were stabbed after a fight outside the school. the next day two female students hurt in the fist fight. over the weekend social media brought with rumors until chatter became out ride threats to safety. >> yesterday, five of the students in here had different postings on facebook and on the facebook it showed them holding ammunition or some type of firearm. >> reporter: police started an investigation while the district is send ago alerts home to parents. while they are just threats, history of violence is prompting a zero tolerance
reaction. >> in this day and age you have to respond. >> reporter: superintendent chitwood says he is getting worried calls from parents who want to keep their kids home from school. he is recommending begins that saying that the entire point of the increased police presence is to keep any threat at bay and he is confident he will do just that. reporting from upper darby, steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". philadelphia police are on the manhunt after a triple shooting in kensington. police say suspect fired 13 shots injuring three. this happened late last night in the 3,000 block of lee street, one of those bullets did travel into a home but fortunately no one inside was hurt. a man is in custody following a deadly stabbing overnight this happened in the 3200 block of somer street in university city. it was 57 year-old victim stabbed multiple times there. police are questioning now a 59 year-old man and they are trying to establish a motive behind that violence. philadelphia police are looking for a suspect robbed
a market in cobbs creek, we have surveillance video of it to show you. the suspect pulled a gun on the clerk and at christian grocery on christian street back on september 25th. and then they made off you with cash. that person was last seen, traveling east bound on christian street, running towards 57th street. well, more surveillance video now these are two suspects who held up a deli that happened monday at the deli at 3887 ford road in wynfield heights. one of these suspects, did have have a gun, the other grabbed the cash. these two were last seen running northbound on cranston road. newtown square now police made an arrest for this man for his sixth dui offense following a three vehicle crash. investigators say thomas cleary, hit two cars from behind, while stopped at red lights on west chester pike this happened near baron road on wednesday. officers say that cleary was under the influence of alcohol
or drugs to the point that rendered him incapable of safe driving. a truck and a car collide killing a person in chester county. this crash happened around noon time on commerce drive near indian run road in exton. police say crash killed one person and injured two others, their injuries we're told are non-life threatening. the the cause of the crash is now under investigation. cause of an early morning house fire in north philadelphia is also under investigation. this fire broke out on 26th and oxford streets, fire fighters say they have encountered heavy smoke pouring from the second floor there. no one was hurt, red cross is helping three families displaced by the fire. still to come on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 severe weather down south, whipping wind are caught on camera at a fair in waco, texas. we will show you after a math of this storm. yet another data breach this one affecting one of the the nation's largest banks.
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higher by day's even led by health care and financials. dow jones closed up 208 points to end up at 17,009. jp morgan chase is reeling from a massive data breach, one of the largest in american history. hackers broke through the bank's defenses and stole personal information from millions of customers. but as correspondent mark albert reports, the failed to grab the the most valuable date a. >> jp morgan chase first thought hackers stole data from 1 million customers but now the bank says 76 million households, and 7 million businesses, had information compromised. the cyber thieves got away with names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of customers who used chase and jp morgan web sites and apps. the bank said it had in evidence that account numbers, pass numbers, dates of birth or social security numbers had been taken but still the heist may be a gold mine for the hackers.
>> they will make hundreds of thousands of dollars from an exploit like this and have in risk of going to jail. >> reporter: no risk. >> zero risk. >> reporter: why. >> because they live in other countries, and they live in countries that are unwilling to enforce the law. >> reporter: jim lewis used to work as a federal technology and security expert, he says recent massive breaches at e bay, target and home depot show the vulnerability of big network. >> the banks are trying really hard but hackers are trying even harder. >> reporter: is another massive data breach inevitable. >> hackers inevitably find a way in. it is a race but not a race we're winning and that is why we will see more of these. >> reporter: chase says it has not seen any fraud related to the breach. mark albert for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, still to come on "eyewitness news". >> a deadly blast, where this gas tanker exploded, after crashing at a gas station. beasley? i'm beasley reese, this is
3:00 o'clock this morning. the blast, forced people out of their homes, or around that immediate area for several hours. well, a line of severe then are storms moved across the country overnight extending from texas all the way up to illinois. >> crowd ran for cover at the opening night of the fair in waco, texas as whipping wind and rain descended on the city. no one was injured in all of this but there were some close calls. >> i immediately just seen this lady pushing her stroller, dragging it because it was blowing over by the wind and i didn't think it was a baby. i thought it was just empty. i got up to the shed and she was like, she just started pulling towels and bags off of, out of the stroller and there was a baby under there. >> eight states posted tornado watches. storms are part of the cold front moving through bringing some of the coolest weather of the season. >> um-hmm. >> kathy, we're going to see some of that. >> we are. the the good news is we will not see any severe weather. last night on "eyewitness
news" we talk about that line of tornado watches and warnings. we aring to go get to the milder side of this particular storm. it has weakened as it crossed the country. that is good news. the cold is still come. take a look where we are enjoying an afternoon even though it is mostly cloudy gap, enjoying a fall afternoon, ocean city cape may county. live neighborhood network takes us to the modern day school in lansdale where the temperature is 66 degrees, wind east south east at about 5 miles an hour. the the wind have shifted. you can see sun has come out and late this afternoon, lots of cars out, very busy as we jump start the weekend. we are going to be seeing cooling temperatures but they are going to wait until tomorrow afternoon. right now a seasonal 71 in philadelphia. seventy in wilmington. seven in allentown. elsewhere we have temperatures in the 60's, we're cool with the cloud cover. win shifted out of the south east and they are increasing,
you can see in millville. atlantic city and wildwood they are 10 miles april an hour. breezy conditions will continue ahead of the cold front marching eastwar. here's some rain ahead of that front that was just about an hour ago was in pittsburgh. the it is moving fast. another line of showers and thunderstorms over ohio. that is the actual cold front. this all moves through tomorrow morning, with the front, and by the afternoon, it will be out of here. then the cold arrives. this is what we are expecting. rain amounts, between a tenth and quarter inch. that is about it. more nuisance then anything else. main impact through 10:00 o'clock in the morning, there will be, gusty wind, this front is a, wind gusting to 25 miles an hour and then after the the noon time hour it will be moving out. so in the wake of this we are looking at clearing skies and falling temperatures for saturday afternoon, sunday will be cool, with morning temperatures in the 30's and 40's. afternoon highs in the 60's. overnight tonight, cloudy skies, rain arrives after
midnight but light at the start. low temperature is 62 with all that cloud cover. saturday morning rain afternoon clearing and those temperatures will fall in the wake of that front, it will be breezy with wind becoming westerly and increase to go 15 or 20 miles an hour. here is what we will be waking up to sunday in the poconos waking up to the 30's, lehigh valley, reading, berks county and philadelphia area wake up 240's and along the shore and central and southern delaware milder toward the war waking up to the 50's. got news it doesn't last all that long. by the afternoon at kick off at 1:00 at the the link, 60 degrees forbidder as they take on st. louis. wind west at 15 to 20 miles an hour feeling like fall. you know how wind can start whipping around that bowl. wind could have an impact on the play of the ball. keep an eye on. that on the three day forecast we are looking at a very pleasant sunday. afternoon 62. that is cool. we also have the south jersey, race for the cure so ab wear of that early in the morning
to the gateway regional high school, it is friday, that means it is friday football frenzy, our game of the week is haddon heights verse gateway, it is a colonial conference match up. now for what is going on around the area lets look at our cbs philly top ten power rankings, we have a new number one team, archbishop woodies king of the hill, followed by lasalle, they play tonight. i will have highlights at 11:00 on cbs-3. st. joseph's from hammington and followed by saint joe's prep, pennsbury, followed by shawnee, imhotep charter, timber creek, camden and coatsville.
lets turn our attention the two flyers, everyone. they have played their final preseason game last night begins washington. they held another practice today in voorhees before they helped off to cape cod for a weekend of practice and team bonding activities, including paint ball. they start regular season wednesday, in boston. >> anytime you get to send time with your teammates like that and always good for the team, it is to get closer and get to know some of the new players and few days you get a lit tired of some guys but that is all part of it. >> when i join you for sports at 6:00 we will hear from the coaches in this contest and get you ready for eagles and the rams. i'm beasley reese from gateway regional high school, guys, this should be a very good one, they are ten minutes away, the other school. >> oh yeah good rivalry. >> bitter rivalry nothing like it on a friday night? all right beasley, thanks. still to come next half an hour a stolen motor psyched is
return to the owner but there is something that makes this more special, we will explain why this means so much. and showing his funny side, why the vice-president has students at a prestigious college bursting out in laughter. then new at 6:00 o'clock meet the courthouse comfort dog, she's first of her kind in our region we will tell you how she's helping support victims of cr
i'm chris may with some of the day's top stories, u.s. military has begun medical testing for ebola at two labs in liberia. services members starting to build treatment centers there as well, meantime a hazmat crew is decontaminating an apartment complex in texas, where the the ebola patient, thomas duncan, once stayed. children's hospital of philadelphia tells us it has notified cdc that three patients there have acute muscle weakness of the limbs, along with changes in their spine, those children, being tested for respiratory illness known as entero virus d68. and is there new information tonight the in the manhunt for this man the accused trooper killer eric frein. today pennsylvania state police showed us a photo of the campsite they have found in that area they believe that frein left food and ammunition, behind. >> kathy. we are looking at a cold front that will cross the area during the day tomorrow, bringing with it some rain.
heavier rain, is timing out during the morning hours. but it is more then a nuisance, between two and 4:00, period of rain with gusty wind between six to 10:00, after 11th 1:00a the skies clear. temperatures coming up on the cool down with the seven day forecast, chris. there is some breaking news out of shanksville, pennsylvania this afternoon. a fire has been burning at the site of the flight 93 national memorial. you can see thick black smoke, rising from the area we have told that eight fire companies are on the scene right now, officials tell us that the flames have not reached the memorial, itself, but that three buildings there have have reportedly burned. we will keep an eye on this we know that no injuries have been reported. you? at 5:30 failures of the va take center stage in south jersey. "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan is live in pemberton where there was a hearing today about problems at the veterans affairs regional office in
philadelphia, cleve? is part of the congressman john runyan's district, burlington college, that is why they had that congressional feel hearing today. there are allegations that the regional office in philadelphia, for veterans affairs was cooking the the books. they were trying to make like it look like their staff was doing a better job then what was really doing place. >> would i apologize on behalf of the entire outfit. >> reporter: christian rule becomes emotional talking about all that is wrong at va office where she reviews benefit claims. she said first priority isn't helping veterans but it is looking productive. >> i just feel bad, it is not fair to them, they forgot their life for us and i think they deserve american just a quick look at the this. >> reporter: rule was asked to testify friday before a congressional subcommittee on veterans affairs. the since june federal investigators have been looking into 100 complaints of gross miss management and potential wrongdoing in the philadelphia office. staff has accused of purposely time stamping claims incorrectly so cases don't
look so overlooked. they also cherry picked easy claims and ignored complicated ones so they can earn points in the system for promotions. veterans at the hearing says mistrust of the va is high and expectations are low. >> delay, deny and die. >> reporter: vietnam veteran jennings black can't understand why it has taken six years to complete his claim. >> when i was called to dot job in vietnam i did the job, regardless of the cost difficult the job there was no point. it was dot job. that is what we were sent there to do and we did it. >> reporter: rule says not much has change since allegations surfaced in june. congressman runyan says it is time for system wide changes at va. >> they have to change the way they are doing business, because it costing veterans live whether they admit it or not. it is unfortunate we are in this situation. >> reporter: official says that a final report of what has been happening at the philadelphia office, should be completed in the next few months, and it is up to the secretary for veterans affairs and congressional leaders, to make sure that changes happen. we're live from pemberton, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness
news". the white house and congress are dealing with significant challenges on several front from the spread of ebola to chaos within the secret service. joining to us discuss all that is cbs news chief washington correspondent and host of face the nation, bob schieffer, bob, there seems to be growing concern that the government is maybe not as equipped to deal with the spread of ebola as we might have hoped, what is the feeling about this there in washington. >> reporter: well, there is no question, there is growing concern. i think the main concern is exactly what do we know and when i say we, i mean the government and what is the plan to deal with this. >> other big story of the week secret service and upheaval here. based on what you are hearing are concerns about the president's safety real, bob. >> yes, i think absolutely. and i say this, more in sadness then anything else. i mean i have men these secret service agents for more than 40 years. these are patriots, these are people willing to give their
lives but somehow, somewhere or the the other, this thing has gone really bad, whether it is training, whether it is budget cuts, there are deep moral problems and this has got to be corrected. >> a lot to talk about this weekend on face the nation, bob will be tuning in, thanks very much. >> thanks, chris. you can watch face the nation with bob she have they are sunday morning this sunday morning and every sunday morning at 10:30 right here on cbs-3. new clash necessary hong kong today, hundreds of residents facing off against pro democracy protesters. the residents who support chinese rule, torn down protest tents in the shopping district. protesters there are demanding full democracy as they prior to choose the new chief executive for 2017, but the communist government in beijing wants its approval overall candidates. october is domestic violence awareness month, "eyewitness news" at philadelphia's love park for the seventh annually pledge campaign. the group women against abuse
and city leaders wanted to make people aware that domestic violence is a public health epidemic, affecting one in three women across the u.s. >> violence occurs and if we will do something bit, we will have to stop the collective silence and speak out against it. >> you might have notice today that the water in the fountain at love park is purple, the color of domestic violence wearness in. new 59:30 highlighting the importance of american industry for students. "eyewitness news" at northeast building products, in philadelphia students from the philadelphia school district tour that had plant today, along with mayor michael nutter and other city officials. the goal was to get those students thinking about their own futures, and the role that manufacturing jobs play in the american economy. well, students the on the main line today, stepped up the fight against hunger. students at walldren mercer academy in merion station
packaged 20,000 meals in just two hours. those meals will be sent to the organization called stop hunger now. they work with international partners to ship the meals where they are needed all across the the globe. vice-president joe biden is famous for his off the cuff comments and on thursday he was at it again. during a question/answer session at harvard's institute of politics last night a student identified himself as the vice-president of the harvard student body. that is when biden had this response. >> unaudible. >> he went on to say that he was just joking and that being vice-president was the best decision he ever made. he added quote i love the guy i work with. well, tonight those of the jewish faith will mark most solemn day of the year, yom kippur, it is a day of fasting a pray era allowing jew toss atone for their sins. >> it marks end of ten days of reflection which began at rosh hash shan a yom kippur end at sunset tomorrow. is there much more news
ahead here on "eyewitness news", it is historic battleship that has long been decommissioned and new it sits on the delaware. but this halloween it will play host to more than just history tours. and this may look like your every day sports car but think again, we will tell you what makes it different and wh
well, general motors is recalling, more than half a million cars tonight. >> the problem, can cause a part that holds the rear wheel in place to separate and that can make the wheel move and possibly cause a crash. the recall covers, model years 2010 to 2015 cadillac srx and saab 94x, suv's. gm says that the flaw has resulted in three accidents, and two injuries so far. separate recall has also been issued for the 2013 to 2015 chevrolet sparks. that recall is because of a hood lash that can be stuck in the opened position. america's new car company is making a big splash with the world's fastest electric car. >> tezsla says its new coupe can go from zero to 60 in just 3.4 seconds. and the car has a top speed of more than 120 miles an hour.
the coupe burroughs its looks from the 1986 shelby race car but it is loaded with modern technology. now the caveat here the sticker price here, it is $529,000. >> oh, okay. >> mark that off. >> enjoy. >> yeah. >> after 42 years of stolen, classic harley davidson has been return to the owner's family in north carolina this motorcycle was found at the last angeles sea port, it was about to be shipped to australia. edgar johnson now says that on one stole this bike from his family's backyard in 1972. his late father was a retired police officer and always regretted never being able to track that bike down. johnson says he plans to put the motorcycle on display at auto shows. well, they look legitimate. they often catch consumers off guard so the question is how closely do you look at bills that you receive in the mail. >> as three on you have side
consumer reporter jim donovan points out some bills could have you paying money you don't even really owe. >> reporter: wes van winkel starts every day reading new york times but recently that ritual seemed to get a lot more expensive. >> i got this notice from circulation billing services. >> reporter: it was a notice of renewal for a one year subscription at close to $1,100. >> initially i thought my god new york times subscription has gone up. >> in one should take these bills seriously. >> reporter: consumer advocate says unauthorized third party vendors have been sending official looking notices like this to consumers for years hoping they will pay the inflated prices. he said that some of the companies usually pass some of the money on to the actual publication and keep the rest. >> the main purpose of this company business model is deceit consumers in to over paying. >> reporter: recent lawsuit claims 60 companies do this kind of thing. by law solicitation that is look like bills, must clearly
state that this is not a bill and you are under no obligation to pay. which this one does, on the back in small print. >> this is a rip off. >> reporter: west who has automatic billing for his new york times subscriptions toed his notice in the trash. after all he has better things to read. now i get these sorts of things in the mail all the time so this serves as a great reminder to pay close attention to any bill you receive there noise sense in paying something you don't owe. and magazines. >> it is so confusing. >> i'm always renewing same magazines. i keep track of them on a chart. >> but they are always trying to hit you up for more money when you just renewed. >> we're part of the conversation. >> i'm curious, we will talk about that. >> i read a lot. >> i'm sure. >> you don't think i read. >> all right. we will be right back.
as chopper three pulls outs we can show you exactly where this is. we do know emergency crews are on the scene, and there is no word yet on injuries, right now, but we continue to follow the the situation there at west river drive, at mlk along the the banks of the schuylkill a van or suv overturned near the banks. we will continue to follow this and bring you updates throughout the night on cbs and on cbs philly.com. twenty-eight days to go now until halloween but so far there is one costume that has establish itself as most popular. >> i bet you can guess it. think about it for a second. okay, accord together national retail foundation, el sa from the hit disney flick frozen is topping list for kids. so far two and a half million children are picking costumes from frozen characters. in the far behind these guys, teenage mutant ninja turtles. 2 million children say they will dress as turtles. for adults, what is number one pick? a witch. >> the elsa especially for
little girls is hard to get. >> you better get on it, 28 days. >> good luck. >> blending had halloween with history a fixture on the delaware river will play host to erie tour this is season. >> john mcdevitt of our sister station kyw news radio 1060 gives us a preview you. >> reporter: u.s.s. other limb use is a landmark ship docked at penns landing. it was commissioned in 1895, served in two wars and many say it is haunted with spirits of sailors lurking just about every where, on game. many see feel and hear things that they just can't explain. josh is the tour guide, on u.s.s. olympia. he said warship is a perfect place to investigate the paranormal. >> workers and visitors to the ship have seen the april rigs of the man, black shadow of the man and some say when he turns around he has in face. you can explore three decks, first deck, main deck an inside deck. tours 8:00 p.m. on friday and saturday night in october.
i'm told an man in the white coat is seen right here with his hands on the wheel, for more information on the ghost tours at cbs philly.com. john mcdevitt, kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> scary. >> yes, good night to do that because we are going to have dry wet's cross the the region, for the evening into the nighttime hour. overnight we will see problems moving n beautiful view of center city philadelphia, from our studios here. temperatures are pretty comfortable in the lower 70's. we have a cloudy start and that is how it will stand, right through sunset unfortunately. our live neighborhood network takes as you cross the region and you can see temperatures fairly uniform from north to south in reading. thirty-seven at malvern prep. 70 degrees at medford memorial school. and the temperature is 71, for the high. right now in philadelphia 71 allentown. little bit cooler with the temperature of only 61 degrees. millville checking in at 68. to the west where we're seeing
rain temperatures in the 07's to the south a little bit milder, washington d.c. and richmond in the mid to upper 70es a. we are looking at rain, moving our way, not a lot of rain, but enough to keep most of us inside for the morning hours of saturday. so this rain moving eastward is also, with a cold front leading edge of cooler and dryer air. there is win associated with this as well. morning rain gives way to cooling temperature, and clearing skies. here are the details of what we expect for saturday morning. rain moves in, between 4:00 and 6:00 a.m., not a lot of rain, a tenth to an quarter inch of rain, main impact from 10:00 a.m. after that it begins to move off the coast and wind will be gusting to about 20 miles an hour, 25 miles an hour, the skies will clear in the afternoon, and then the the temperatures will fall. so in the wake of the front we will see a cooler day on sunday, that is when temperatures really bottom out, coolest air of the season and after that we will try to eastbound during the first part of next week but that cool air is coming down from
canada through the plains and detroit, buffalo, new york and then into philadelphia on sunday with morning temperatures in the 30's and 40's. we have not seen cold like this yet. offer night clouds and rain, low 62. during the day saturday morning, rain afternoon clearing but then temperatures fall and winds kick in about ten to 20 miles an hour for the afternoon. on the exclusive eyewitness weather one day forecast thinks your regional, philadelphia 71 saturday. shore morning rain and breezy, 72. sixty-three with morning showers. poconos good fall color in the poconos we are at high color there, moderate color to the south and we can see through philadelphia area lose color, we will peak in late october. on the exclusive seven day forecast, 62 for sunday in the bird and south jersey race for the cure waking up to morning temperatures in the 40's in philadelphia, 30's in the poconos and a gradual warm up next week the in the 70's, which is more seasonal for this time of the year. >> kathy, thank you.
well this next video proves that the life of a new parent is, not so different in the animal kingdom. >> no, this baby elephant at the zurich zoo was having fun until she felon her back. she let out a whale and in a instant, here they come two adult were at her side to get her up and with a couple more trumpets there a third he will mant arrived to make sure they get that babe up. giant bee takes over the weather forecast in indianapolis. >> okay. >> meteorologist was so scared she just ran away from the camera view. >> after making her escape she can be heard off camera laughing at, and end up in a bloop are real. >> yeah, you made it. >> there she is. >> so did the bee. >> there she is. >> so did the bee. we will be we thought our cable internet was fast. but, our uploads are half the speeds of our downloads so our internet is really half-fast. so half-fast. someone did a half-fast job of posting our vacation pics. when i post my slow jams, i'm a little half-fast.
macing race takes off again. >> the popular reality show is on at a new time on a new night moving from sunday to friday. tonight the race around the world continues through london where the express pass is on the line, and host of the show talked to us about some of the challenging these contestants will be facing. >> teams will be flipping pancakes in parliamentary pancake race, they will be punting, which is, of course, very english, and then they will be drilled by a very loud, obnoxious, drill sergeant, dressed in a red jacket, very tough looking guy, and he will try to get them to fall in line as they try not to be part of the queen's guard. right here object cbs-3. been afflict's new character is under suspicion when his wife disappears in one of the most anticipated films of the the year. plus reese weatherspoon helping refugees find a new life. >> lets check with kevin
frasier from entertainment tonight, he has word on what is new in theaters this weekend. >> based on the real life struggles of refugee, including the civil war in the sedan, the good life tells one of of many trying to find a new start in america. receipt weatherspoon is a counselor who helps in the journey and she treasured this film making experience. >> i mean you don't do these kind of films and in the fall in love, this has become my family. these guys are my brothers. she's my sister. their life experiences are so perfect to me from here on out and forever. it will be an experience that i hold very close to my heart. >> i don't think they will make it together. >> reporter: not everyone is who they seemed, in gone girl. >> as you all know, my wife, she disappeared three days ago. >> reporter: ben afflict is a husband under media spotlight but you the not your typical hero or villain in this twisted mystery.
>> i got to play a protagonist a lead in the movie who didn't have to be your usual lead, who could do anything where the audience didn't know what to expect from him, he could make mistakes, he could be redeem, he could maybe be the bad guy. that was really exciting to me. >> you don't know if she has friend, you don't know what she does all day and you don't know your wife's blood type. >> are you asking me if i killed my wife. >> reporter: for entertainment tonight, i'm kevin frazier, back to you in the studio. >> back to you so much. you can see kevin and rest of the e team and they will keep you up to date tonight and every week night at 7:00 o'clock right here on cbs-3. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00 illness under investigation, right now children's hospital of philadelphia is looking into three possible cases, of entero virus. symptoms that have doctors asking questions, kathy. >> the the clouds are here, next comes the rain, and then the cold, we will take a look what to expect this weekend with that seven day forecast. >> also, it is day 21 of the
manhunt for suspect state trooper killer eric frein, is there new information in that search tonight. we will tell what you authorities have found. >> plus he is just part of the courthouse community and montgomery county's family. >> montgomery county has a new full-time employee you will find in the courthouse. we will introduce you to the new employee and how she's helping victims of crime. "eyewitness news" at 6:00 starts right now. we begin at 6:00 with breaking new details in the roll over crash in fairmount park. chopper three live over martin lieutenant are king drive near girard avenue. police just told "eyewitness news" that a 17 year-old girl was behind the wheel of this suv, and when it rolled down the embankment, next to the schuylkill river. you can see it right there on the bank. she was taken to the hospital of the university of pennsylvania, right now, no word on her condition. police are still investigating how all of this happened and we will continue to you stay on top of this
still breaking story. also developing right now young patient was muscle weakness at children's hospital of philadelphia, now health officials are investigating whether these cases are potentially deadly entero virus. good evening, i'm jessica dean. i'm chris may. children's hospital has informed the cdc of the situation, all three patients being machine toward suffering from acute muscle weekness and changes in their spines. our pat ciarrocchi spoke to the doctor at chop about the symptoms, and the concerns. >> reporter: this is an mri of a child's lower spine. you can detect swelling, and a hazy, brighter area. >> this is an area, in the center of the spinal cord that is abnormal in it's a experience and that is contributing to the child's symptoms, which in this case is leg weakness. >> reporter: as chief of children's hospital division of neurology this has gotten doctor brenda bandwell's attention. three young patients at il