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chance of isolated showers. i'll go over the details of that coming up. my first alert seven-day forecast, in just a moment. first, a look at traffic with jillian mele. >> bucks county, route 1 near route 32. not too many issues out there, no accidents to report on route 1. certainly no delays. that is good news there. same situation on 95 right by the philadelphia international airports. 95 just outside of the airport is clear right now. let's talk about septa. everything is on or close to schedule this morning which is good. if you ride any of the septa trollies, the last few weeks they've been doing a project, the trolley tunnel in the area. as a result, route 10, 11, 13, 34 and 36 have been diverted to 40th and market while that tunnel was closed. it's part of the septa trolley tunnel blitz. this morning, normal service has resumed. that's good news for trolley riders. we have one problem to tell you about in jersey.
south brunswick, a vehicle fire. we're told two lanes are blocked there. one lane of traffic is going to get by. chris? >> new from overnight, crews had to rescue two men on jet skis. that happened around 11:00 a.m. on the 2700 block of bayshore avenue. no word yet on how they became stranded. >> happening today in philadelphia, jury selection beguns in the criminal trial of a woman charged withç kidnappi a 5-year-old girl from her school and sexually assaulting her. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside the criminal justice center in center city. jesse, you spoke with the defense attorney late last night. he thinks someone else should be facing charges. tell us about that. >> reporter: fred harrison says several people are the true culprits and should be charged in this case. he concedes he won get a chance to make that argument during jury selection which begins in a little while. let's take a look at the video. 1-year-old christina regusters is charged with a long list of
crimes for allegely taking a 5-year-old from her school last year. harrison doesn't concede his klein the is guilty of anything. he wants to weed out people who want to be on the jury for the notoriety or those who want to avoid it because they don't want to be tied up for the time this jury is expected to last. live in center city, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. wikileaks founder julian assange will soon leave the ecuadoran embassy he says. that's inland done. assange on the right is reportedly ill. he will leave to seek medical treatment. he's been investigated by u.s. authorities since wikileaks published leaked documents in 2010. he was granted asylum in 2012. he's facing an arrest warn the in sweden over allegations he
sexually asauled two women there. assange will likely be arrested the moment he leaves the embassy. representatives from revel are scheduled to appear in bankruptcy court. revel will present new closing dates to a judge. last week aannounced it will close the hotel on september 1st and the casino will shut down september 2nd. this all comes after the casino could not find a buyer after file for bankruptcy for a second time. revel is one of three atlantic city casinos set to close in the coming weeks. the show boat will shut down on august 31st. trump plaza will be closed on september 16th. that means about 8,000 people without jobs this week. a two-day job fair will be held. a maryland casino is hosting this job fair at the sheraton convention center. it will take place tomorrow from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. and wednesday from 8:00 to 1:00. the camden county police
department is trying to find the person who tried to lure a child around 6:30 last night. a man approached an 11-year-old girl on baird boulevard and tried to lure her toward him. when the child ran, the man ran after her and didn't catch her. he's described as wearing a redshirt and black pants and a hat with markings. here's your weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> a beautiful start to your morning, especially if you're in cape may. look at that. for the rest of our area, plenty of time for us as we head into the rest of your monday morning. it will be a nice start to your workweek. we'll see showers returning back in your seven-day forecast. more humid as we head into the rest of your workweek as well. for philadelphia, 63 degrees, mostly clear skies. humidity çat 72%.
wind speeds out of the north at 5 miles per hour. a live look at citizens bank park. it will be a nice night for the phillies game. temperatures will drop into the high 70s by 7:00 but our high today at 84 degrees. our current temperature is at 61 and trenton 56 degrees. 57 if you're waking up with us in reading. closer look at our satellite rate ar shot. high pressure is in control, sunny skies for us with the exception of this area of low pressure, this disturbance that will track closer to us. dover could see isolated showers tonight. for your monday in the poconos, mid-70s, 74 degrees tomorrow with more clouds. by wednesday, chance of thunderstorms which extend through our entire area. that's our best chance to see thunderstorm activity. as we head into thursday, we'll see a chance of storms, 86 degrees. by the weekend, we clear up, less hume and our temperatures
drop below average. let's get back to the breaking news out of ferguson, missouri. governor jay nixon ordered the national guard to ferguson. this decision coming hours after police again used tear gas to clear protesters off the streets after the protesters threw molotov cocktails. jay gray has been covering the unrest in ferguson. a lot of people saying last night's clashes were the most violent yet. >> yes, chris, it would be hard to argue with that. we know there were at least eight people in the crowd with guns, at least tw or three injured by gunfire. as you talked, governor jay nixon ordering the national guard in to help restore the peace after another difficult, very dangerous night here. the chaos unfolded hours before the curfew took effect in ferguson. with armored vehicles, officers in riot gear rushing in.
>> i had no alternative but to elevate the level of our response. >> police used smoke canisters and tear gas to try and gain control of what they describe as a very dangerous situation. >> shots being fired on officers. a number of molotov cocktails being hurled and then the looting or vandalism of businesses. >> early reports indicate two or three people were injured by gunfire, none of those shootings parentally involving police. at least four businesses were damaged and looted. for the first time, the violence stretched to just outside the police command post here. the call went out for every available officer to rush back to the area, with shields, batons and wearing gas masks, others undrawn. as another night of violence was
unfolding, attorneys release this sketch from a private autopsy by a doctor hired by the brown family. it shows the 18-year-old was shot six times, adding to the heartache, frustration and anger for a family and community already seemingly pushed past its limits. the brown family and the doctor who performed the autopsy both expected to speak for the first time publicly a little bit later this morning about those results. that is the latest, live here in ferguson, i'm jay gray.ç chris, back to you. president obama returned from his vacation early. the president is scheduled to have meetings at the white house today and tomorrow. today's meetings will cover the iraq military operation and the situation in ferguson. he's scheduled to return to martha's vineyard on tuesday and stay for the rest of the week. this weekend in iraq, kurdish forces are back in control of this country's
largest dam. more than two dozen u.s. air strikes over the weekend helped those forces recapture the mosul dam from isis fighters. the military defense says it destroyed vehicles, weapons and checkpoints. let's get a check of traffic to see if there's anything out there that could delay your monday morning. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jillian mele has that. >> here's what's happening, no accidents on the majors, bridges clear of the delays out there. two lanes are blocked there. watch for a delay in that area. you'll notice a tap of the brakes starting to form. that's typical. no zig delays, though, the entire length of the vine street expressway. this is a live look at the blue route. starting to see congestion, especially on the northbound side as you can see in this area. drive times on the blue route
northbound from 95 to 76, that will take you 18 minutes right now. that trip is about 14 minutes and 14 minutes on 95 southbound. if your travels take you from woodhaven to the vine street expressway, that's southbound as drivers make their way into center city philadelphia. for drivers in delaware, we're still not reporting any accidents. this one to short. fielded cleanly, to first, high throw! and philadelphia wins! >> philadelphia taney dragons make an unbelievable comeback, putting the little leaguers one step closer to the championship. and from simple to complicated, this historic pnb letters are coming down but there's been a snag that could leave nine of the letters up indefinitely. latte or au lait? cozy or cool?
14 minutes past 6:00. 62 degrees in philadelphia. a live look at the comcast center. nbc 10 meteorologist brittney shipp says humidity and storms back in the forecast. find out when in just minutes. a confessed hitman behind bars for killing a rabbi's wife will be released from jail later this year. paul michael daniels is scheduled to be released october 31st. he spent more than 14 years in prison for aggravated manslaughter. two men testified they killed carol newlander back in 1994 on orders from her husband, a rabbi. he was convicted of murder and is serving a life sentence. pennsylvania state police are warning about a phone scam. the owner of the gravel pike inn in perkiomen township was scammed out of $1,500. she got a call claiming that peco would shut off her power unless they were paid within the
hour. anyone who gets a similar call should call peco first. the collision caused two cars to catch fire yesterday morning. one was carrying diesel fuel, the other alcoholic beverages. it took seven hours to put out the fire. hundreds of people had to leave their homes but this he have been allowed to return. an experienced skydiver died during a jump in mass mis. police say the man hit the ground hard yesterday morning. authorities say his parachute was open during landing but they're working to see if it opened too late.,5"yrr project the look of the philadelphia skyline is on hold. yesterday workers took down 3 of the 12 pnb letters which stood atop one of the tallest buildings for 60 years. the 16-foot tall letters which weigh more than 3,000 pounds each were detached and lowered
to the ground by helicopter. it brought out a crowd. >> it is iconic. it's something that i've been seeing for as long as i can remember when i look up in center city. just sort of the hub of philly. it will be missed. >> the old letters were pretty stubborn. work crews could not detach some of them within the limited window they had for completing that job. it's unclear when the project will resume. 16 minutes past 6:00 right now. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jillian mele has a look at road conditions now. >> good monday morning to you guys. to you at home as well. so far, so good on a lot of the roads across the area. i actually just got new information that the truck fire and the right lane is blocked on route 1 southbound after new road. we have construction on the new jersey turnpike southbound at route 206 which is exit 7. the right lane is blocked and is expected to be blocked. quiet near route 168.
heading into pennsylvania and chester county, specifically 202 is quiet out near route 29. no incidents to report on 202. 422 is clear, so is the route 30 bypass. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> similar conditions to what we saw yesterday in terms of temperatures. we shouldn't have showers to deal with today unless you're in dover. showers return to our seven-day forecast. humidity is on its way back and a live look at citizens bank park right now. nice conditions for the baseball game. philadelphia as the sun continues to rise, no clouds, 63 degrees, humidity at 72%. across the rest of our area, 52 in the poconos, 57 in reading. 50 for westchester, 56 in mt. holly. 59 at the atlantic city airport and 66 degrees currently in stone harbor. 60 in dover. a mild start to the morning
depending on where you are, in the cooler side of things in glassboro at 57. here's a look at citizens bank park. the rest of the evening, it will be comfortable to take in baseball tonight. we are going to see our wind speeds out of the southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. by 9:00mm, 76 and 11:00 p.m., 72 degrees. plenty of sunshine expected forever us. as high pressure stays in control. we have a weather disturbance that's just so the south of ohio that will ride along a front and head towards our area. it will stay to the south, mostly of our area, however, dover and the southern part of delaware could see some showers as we head into late tonight. closer to 10:00, 11:00 at night. for today, temperatures range between 81 and 84 degrees. sunny and nice. i'll have your seven-day forecast coming up. more aid headed to new jersey because of hurricane sandy. the relief money isn't to
okay, guys. >> you ready? >> here we go. >> that's new jersey's jon bon jovi getting doused in the als ice bucket challenge. his friends behind him there helpingç him out are chris christie and robert craft. bon jovi took part in the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness and money to fight lou gehr gehrig's disease.
new jersey is getting $2.5 million in hurricane sandy relief to keep gas stations running during emergencies. in the days after sandy hit, people had to wait in long lines to get gas because many gas stations lacked backup power. good morning. 6:23. we just got word of a fire in lower pottsgrove we're following on buchert road between laurel way and north pleasantview. if you need to get around this, pebble beach lane or bleim road. we will pass along any new information we get. let's take a live look outside in cape ma, it's looking like a good start to the morning. it's going to be nice, right? >> plenty of sunshine. this is a beautiful look at cape may. expect temperatures to warm just
a little bit below average. we'll see clouds increasing for the southern parts of our area closer to cape may, central and southern parts of delaware. temperatures range 81 to 84 degrees. winds out of the southwest 5 to 10 miles an hour. we're also track a chance of storms later in the week. i'll have the details coming up in the first alert seven-day forecast. i'm jesse gary live in center city. it was a case that shocked the region and nation and now the woman accused of kidnapping a 5-year-old right from inside her own school heads before the jury and the court. we'll have that story coming up. i'm katy zachry live in center city. we are talking about philadelphia's little league team, the taney dragons. coming up after the break, i'll have all of the highlights from their narrow win last night.
nbc 10 breaking news. >> our breaking news this morning, police and protesters clash in ferguson, missouri. now after a week of violent protests, the national guard is moving in. >> it's a crime to grab national headlines. a woman diz guysdisguised in mu clothing to kidnap a little girl from her school. and the taney dragons win. this one was a nail biter. here's some relief to make monday morning a little easier. it's going to be nice this morning when you step outside. 62 degrees in philadelphia. nice and cool. we'll get warmer, though as the day proceeds. good morning, welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm chris cato. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get right to meteorologist
brittney shipp to find out what's ahead. >> we'll see a nice start to your workweek, plenty of sunshine and nice conditions. temperatures range between 81 and 84 degrees. there's a beautiful sunrise over the street. you can see barely a cloud in the sky. high pressure will stay in control. we have a chance of showers closer to dover. 81 to 84 degrees. if you're at the shore, 78 degrees today. and nice conditions expected. closer to showers move into the forecast by tuesday. by wednesday, a chance of thunderstorms. let's check in with jillian for a look at traffic. we're still following this fire location in lower pottsgrove, buchert road between laurel way and north pleasantviewç road. as soon as we have more we'll pass it along. this is 95 near cottman avenue.
both directions of 95, clear right now. we are starting to see con jeg as we head farther south near girard avenue. also dealing with volume building on the 42 freeway, northbound as drivers pass creek road and head out to the bridges. bridges are clear but we still have a truck fire causing problems in south brunswick. the right lane is still blocked in that area. tracy? >> we have breaking news out of ferguson after the most violent night of protests so far. here's what's new this morning. the national guard has been called in. the governor says it's in response in part to what happened last night there. partially a coordinated attempt by the protesters to block roads and overrun the unified command center. also new, school is canceled again because of the violence. while you were sleeping, officers used smoke and tear gas after protesters fired at police and threw molotov cocktails at that command center. the head of the highway missouri
positive -- patrol had no choice. >> the day took a very different turn after dark. molotov cocktails were thrown. there were shootings. looting, vandalism and other acts of violence. >> there has been a week of demonstrations, some of them violent against michael brown. attorney general eric holder offered a federal medical examiner to perform another autopsy on brown. the 18-year-old was unarmed when he was shot to death by a while police officer. a private autopsy found he was shot at least six times. and this protest was in our area, about two dozen people staged a protest inside cherry
hill mall. many of the protesters were graduates and students from rowan, rutgers and stockton. they tell nbc 10 the peaceful protest was organized on social media. jury selection starts in just a few hours in the trial of a west philadelphia woman ayou kood of kidnapping a 5-year-old girl from her school and sexually assaulting her. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside a criminal justice center in center city. you've been talking to the defense attorney representing christina regusters. he explained how the jury selection process will work. >> there are two parts to this process. the latter part focuses on bias in reaching a decision. let's go ahead, take a look at our video. i talked to her attorney late last night and fred harrison says the judge will try to get the pool of perspective panel members down to so-called clean jurors, people who can make decisions without bias.
the other questions, including service time, will be asked. we're reaching the end of the summer and asking someone to sit in on a jury for a month where kids will start school in a few weeks is not easy. for this reason, he believes two will be needed in this trial. live in center city, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. we are following breaking news, jillian mentioned thisç earlier. here's a live picture from skyforce 10 on the way to an apartment fire in lower pottsgrove. it started within the past 20 minutes. we don't know how serious the fire is yet. matt delucia is on board skyforce 10. as soon as they get to the location, we'll bring you a live report. the camden county police department is trying to find the person who tried to lure a child. around 6:30 last night, a man approached an 11-year-old girl on baird boulevard trying to lure her toward him. when the child ran, the man ran after her but didn't catch her.
the suspect is described as thin, 6 foot tall, wearing a black shirt, white pants with red markings and a black hat. happening today, trial is scheduled to begin in bucks county for an accused serial rapist. josh benson is charged as an adult with seven rapes. he preyed on girls ages 14 to 17 prosecutors say, forcing them into sexual activity after meeting them online. if he's convicted of all of the charges he could be sentenced to more than 80 years in prison. septa is expected to decide whether to give the board chairman authority to approve and ratify the contract for ibew which represents electrical workers. the union went on a one-day strike back in june along with regional rail engineers. there's still no deal with the engineers union. they made it tough to go to sleep last night. it was a wild finish for the taney dragons.
the team from philly took down a texas team. nbc 10's katy zachry is live in center city with more on that exciting game and what's next for these dragons that have just really taken philly by storm, ka katy. >> reporter: people love watching this, teams cheering them on. they are just kids but are quickly becoming philadelphia's next sports heroes. this is what it feels like to follow a winning team. the cheers for philadelphia's taney dragons came from city hall last night at a watch party hosted by mayor michael nutter. >> this mayor, these are all my children. when they're out there doing my thing, i am electrically happy. >> reporter: the whole city is happy and proud, especially after the dragons' narrow win over texas last night. things started off in their favor. by the fifth inning, the dragons were down and you could see how
crest fallen fans were at home. then a surprising come-from-behind win. the drags are two ones away from the championship game after winning 7-6. >> we think this is the world series. >> that's the best team philadelphia could have produced. we're going all the way. >> we're standing next to one of the fields they played on during the regular season. a far cry from the stadium-like setting we're experiencing in williamsport. they put out yesterday that the fan base yesterday, the crowd, was over 31,000 people. so a very far cry from the bleacher-like seating they in this neighborhood. wednesday at 7:30, star pitcher mo'ne davis will take the mound.
we wish them luck.ç now your first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> temperatures today as we start off in the 50s and 60s. we'll push into the 80s. plenty of sunshine, showers, even storms return. back in your seven-day forecast. and so will the humidity. for philadelphia right now, plenty of sunshine, 63 degrees. humidity at 72%. across the rest of our area, 57 degrees in reading. 57 in westchester. 61 in wilmington. 59 in atlantic city. warmer in the mid-60s in stone harbor and 60 currently in dover. look at citizens bank park, phillies game, 7:05. you'll barely need a jacket. will stay in the 70s throughout most of the game. >> our average, 86 degrees, yesterday we were at 84. today we warm to 83. 82 on tuesday, slightly below the average and pushing closer to the average by thursday. plenty of sunshine, high
pressure stays in control. we're barely seeing clouds in our region with the exception of the area of low pressure that will transition closer to us. it's heading closer to our area by this evening. the thing is, it will stay mainly to the south. we notice clouds increasing for parts of delaware, heading into cumberland, cape may county. we approach tomorrow, we cheap a slight chance of showers in the forecast for our entire region. temperatures again staying in the low 80s and then if we need into wednesday, more humidity expected. showers, another chance of storms on thursday. our temperatures warm back to the mid-80s. humidity is going up and as we head into the end of your workweek, take a look at what happens. less humid, we're clearing up and temperatures drop back down to the low have. >> that's nice, britteny. weather is shaping up. let's show how traffic is going this morning. >> we go to nbc 10 traffic
reporter jillian mele. >> we still don't have accidents on the majors although volume is starting to build. we're following this fire in pottsgrove. take pebble beach lane as an alternate. i have a couple listed here. this is 76 at the conshohocken curve. we get pockets of volume but no significant delays to report. that's the eastbound side as drivers pass conshohocken and head into center city near city avenue, eventually into center city philadelphia. for drivers in the lehigh valley, 22 at airport road is looking good right now. our only problem for drivers in new jersey is still in south brunswick. it was a truck on fire. it's since been extinguished. the right lane is still blocked, route 1 can get congested at times out there. make sure you leave yourself a few extra minutes. for drivers in delaware, normal delays on the majors.
sky force 10 always patrolling for breaking news. skyforce 10 is on its way to an apartment fire in lower pottsgrove. just in the past ten minutes we learned new information about that fire. we learned that it's two alarms and the fire is limited to one building of that apartment complex. we've also learned no one has been hurt at this point. the fire is still burning, a very active situation. nbc 10's matt delucia is on board skyforce 10. the gps says it'sç about five mountains out from the pottsgrove location. this video prompting a lot of disgust, a park ranger attacked and beaten by a group of skateboarders in this park.
a philadelphia park ranger was violently attacked about i a group of skateboarders. video of this attack has gone viral and is prompting a lot of outrage in the community. a witness captured the video friday night in love park. police say a ranger approached a group of skaters and skateboarding is not allowed. you see what happened. things escalated and one of the teenagers munched the park ranger. someone in that group was videotaping the attack the entire time. >> it's just brute. it's actually disgraceful. you have a man trying to do his job. >> that was the man that took the cell phone video of the attack there. other skateboarders we spoke with are upset by it, saying this makes them all look bad.
eighth grade students help start the new school year with an opening celebration. more than 1,500 students are enrolled at the east philadelphia preparatory school. so far, more than 400 acres of forest in los angeles county have burned. camp grounds are evacuated. some roads are closed. crew are fighting the fire from the ground and air. steven and nicole, arrested and charged on friday with kidnapping a 7 and 12-year-old amish sisters. the da.a. said the girls were sexually assault ed. fred miller went to the home of two relatives taking care of
his little girl. he shot those two people, investigators say. they are in critical condition. he then took off with his daughter. miller was killed during a shootout with police. rebel fighters who want to become part of city have held luhansk for the past four months. focus now is on a timetable for a durable cease-fire and who will control areas along ukraine's border with russia. a new report on hunger in america finds that some of the hardest hit are the men and women who protect and serve our country. the charity feeding america finds that 25% of active military families need help from food pantries and other programs, so do veteran families. experts say some reasons are low pay for active members and living off low disability pay for retirement funds for vetera
veterans. we know that a church plans to protest robin williams' funeral. williams played a gay man in the movie "the bird cage." the memorial service is expected to be small and private. let's go back to the breaking news we're following with skyforce 10. there's a fire in lower pottsgrove, montgomery county. >> matt delucia is live in skyforce 10. what can you tell us. >> we just arrived over the scene here. you can see over that tree line there we see this apartment building that has been on fire for a little white now. this is at buchert road and laurel way in lower pottsgrove.ç you can see -- [ no audio ] >> we lost matt's signal there. we'll tray to get back to him in a moment as the crews try to get a handle on the apartment fire. let's go to new york for a look at what's coming up on theed it today show.
>> for that we say hello to tamron hall and matt lauer. disturbing news out of ferguson, missouri, the national guard being called in following another night of violence. we go there live. and an important rossin report. how to keep your family safe while enjoying activities like tubing and water skiing. police, we'll kick off a special series on everything you need to know to get the hair you've always wanted. i don't think this is a -- the latest products to fight frizz, erase the gray and more. >> i used a problem that not only erased the gray but got rid of the hair. >> i enjoyed the pun. nice tease. that was a great pun.
sorry. >> thank you very much. appreciate that. we try here. >> we'll see you at 7:00, guys. thanks. >> all right, guys, take care. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> plenty of sunshine was we head into the start of your workweek, pushing into your monday. a great start to the workweek and showers will return. they're back in your seven-day forecast. more humid conditions expected for us as we head into the 34idle part of your workweek. it will take a while for the humidity to build. for philadelphia, 63 degrees, plenty of sunshine. wind speeds out of the north at 5 miles per hour. across the rest of the region, 50 degrees. 51 in allentown. 57 in glassboro. 54 in millville and 60 degrees currently in dover. it is going to be a very nice start to your morning and your afternoon looks great. as we head into this evening for the phillies game at 7:05 at citizens bank park, nice
conditions expected. will maintain a southwesterly wind. 79 at night, by 9:00 p.m., 76 and 11:00 p.m., 72 degrees. a great night for baseball. 86 is our average for this time of year. we drop down to 83. 82 degrees on tuesday and closer to average heading into thursday. high pressure is in control, plenty of sunshine. we have a weather disturbance that's beginning to transition closer to us as we head into the rest of today. that could bring a chance of showers and definitely clouds to the central and southern parts of delaware and also parts of counties near cape may and cumberland all seeing clouds as we head into the rest of tonight and into tomorrow. even a chance of showers for tomorrow. your forecast for today, 81 to 84 degrees, plenty of sunshine and nice. i'll have your seven-day forecast coming up. >> let's go back to the breaking news we're following from skyforce 10. an apartment fire in pottsgrove. >> nbc 10's matt delucia is on
board skyforce 10. bring us up to speed again. >> reporter: we're over the scene here. we'll give you a look live where we see some of the firefighters on the roof of this building. this is at buxt.ç c this is at buchert road in lower pottsgrove. we're going to the front of the building where we can see a lot of activity at this part of the structure. we have not seen any flames or at least any large flames within the past few minutes. the firefighters right there on that top floor there, trying to attack this and trying to make sure this fire does not spread, that the smoldering embers do not flare up once again. we understand there are no injuries. two units are on fire.
we'll stay out here on this scene. you can see there are firefighters out here right now, just making sure that everything is okay. we're going to stay out here but for now, that's the latest, live in skyforce 10. >> let's see if the fire is causing impact to traffic in that area. >> jillian mele is talking about getting around it. >> good morning, guys. as you can see, a lot of that official activity, that fire department activity is in the apartment complex itself. either way, this is on buchert road between laurel way and pleasant view road. if you are heading out in this direction, leave yourself a few extra minutes. eastbound side of the route 30 bypass is slow moving just past route 322. pockets of congestion near cottman. it gets thick southbound near girard. we have the yellow light, about 18 minutes, 935 southbound from
woodhaven to the vine. this is the vine street expressway. drivers make their way out it 76. for the most part, the vine is quiet, 76. some of the normal volume out there. we're still not reporting any accidents on the majors, especially for drivers in new jersey or delaware. we still have remnants of the truck fire in south brunswick. the right line is still blocked in that area. >> the trial begins happening today. a woman accused of kidnapping a 5-year-old straight out of the classroom will be in report. jesse gary is live in center city. >> reporter: after jury selection opening statements possibly as early as tomorrow. we'll talk about thatp coming u.
i'm matt delucia live in skyforce 10. over the scene of an apartment fire in lower pottsgrove. this is at buchert road and laurel way. the firefighters are still tackling this, the hot spots up here. they've really been focusing on the roof and also the second floor of this structure. this has been burning for about an hour now. at this point we see that white smoke. we have not seen any flames. no injuries reported. we'll keep an eye on this. the good news is the neighboring properties don't appear to have too much damage. there is traffic troubles in this area. for you, live in skyforce 10, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. trial gets under way for jury selection for a woman accused of kidnapping a 5-year-old girl, taking her out of her school and later sexually assaulting her. jesse gary is live in center city. >> reporter: fred harrison says
jury selection is a crap shoot. christina reguster is charged with multiple crimes. the jury selection could end by tomorrow and then opening statements by the attorney. live in center city, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. good çmorning, two minutes before 7:00. a slight problem on 76 westbound right here. we have a disabled vehicle blocking the left lane as drivers make their way out to westbound on 76 to city avenue. we're seeing a slowdown in that area. we have good news to septa trolleys. route 10, 11, 13 and 34 and 36 trolleys have been diverted to 40th and market. that is no more. normal service has resumed this morning. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we have a beautiful spot to
show you from skyforce 10. plenty of sunshine expected. the sun continues to come up. we'll see temperatures between 81 and 84 degrees as we head into the start of the workweek. temperatures at 83 today, tomorrow 82 with a chance of showers, increasing clouds and humidity will continue to go up throughout most of this week. by wednesday, a chance of showers, storms expected on thursday. a chance of storms heading into friday. if you take a look at what happens on the weekend, less humid. our temperatures drop back down for the weekend. >> today is not so bad, 83 with plenty of sunshine. the "today" show is next. we'll be back with local updates in a few minutes. >> have a great day.
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