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>> saturday night i'm walter perez a child finds a razorblade inside a candy bar after a night of trick or treating in montgomery county. hear from the youngster that made the discovery. a violent attack caught on camera. a father and daughter are under arrest. the big story on "action news" is a very chilly and windy sunday ahead after a rainy, nasty saturday. the month of november had umbrellas and heavy coats and the wet weather cleared out and we're bracing for a blast of cold air for the second half of the weekend.
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we go to the big board with meteorologist melissa magee. >> good news. rain for the most part is moving out. for the second half of the weekend it will definitely feel much colder when you factor in the wind chill. we'll show you stormtracker 6 radar. the moisture is pulling away. there's two pieces of energy we're lifting off to the north and east and second pressure forming that was responsible for snow against ahigher terrain on the appalachians and carolines today. it will be a big concern for new england for the day on sunday. we'll go in tighter. stormtracker 6 double scan street-level you can see light showers wrightstown to medford lakes. hammonton, millville, coastal communities of surf city and atlantic city. this moisture pulls out as we get into the overnight hours and look at the rainfall so far. 1.63 wrightstown and inch an a half atlantic city and close to
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inch in philadelphia, .82 dover and pottstown more than half an inch. moisture moves out and winds pick up. 28 mile an hour wind gust and gusts of 2 miles an hour and poconos and gusts in millville of 25 miles an hour. let's talk about what is ahead the rest of tonight and next 24 hours. showers move out. cold air settles in and turns windy overnight tonight and sunday with wind chills tomorrow in the 30s and 40s and look at the full and exclusive accuweather forecast walter. >> thank you, melissa. a nights of trick or treating ends with a trulyry disturbing discovery in montgomery county someone put a razorblade inside a piece of candy handed out to a child. thankfully that 13-year-old was not injured. "action news" spoke with him and his mother. >> halloween is festive in this community, halloween, decorations, chiropractor treaters. residents cannot wrap their heads around the thought of a neighbor wanting to harm their
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children. >> packaging mistake by candy company? or malicious act in this towamensin neighborhood. brandon was trick or treating and unknowingly came home with a 2" razorblade in his candy stash. >> what did you think. >> i was scared why would someone do this. >> the boy was walking house to house along walnut lane where so many were having a good timech the raise or was in the wrapper of miniture nestle crunch bar sdmri think it's crazy to go and ruin an innocent halladay kids dress up and get candy and you have to worry about raise or blades. >> saturday afternoon police alerted residents happeneding out information and the school district made reverse 911 calls. >> that neighborhood will never think of halloween the same. the child got the candy from a neighbor. that's what is startling to everyone. >> i called my daughter and son. and i said, please do not let
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anybody eat any candy. >> while some tossed their andy others are thoroughly checking it. >> this is kuch a great neighborhood where would they find a razorblade in apd okay. >> it was a beautiful night. it's a shame it's tainted with this unusual story. >> jennifer gauge says she'll make changes next halloween. >> i'll have someone go around with him. hi went around by himself because everybody went out and were out here giving out candy. just keep a better inventory of who you go and knock at the door. >> investigators are warning parents to keep an eye on halloween candy as this investigation continues. reporting in towamencin township, ken, "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> two were killed on roosevelt boulevard today and police are trying to figure out why the victims walked into traffic. the man and woman were hit before 6:00 this morning near hardle street in the northeast. the striking vehicle did stop at
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the scene. no word tonight on the victims' identities. >> a hirt and run victim was critically injured as she was hit near temple hospital. the woman was struck by two different vehicles and she was trying to cross the 3500 block of broad 4 a.m. one of the drivers stayed. but the other drove away from the scene. the woman was brought into temple hospital where she remains in extremely city call condition. police labeled the victim as jane doe now for now so they still don't know who she s they believe the driver that plead was traveling in mits bishy and no further information is released at this hour. >> father and daughter accused after i violent attack. the daughter hit a man with a baseball bat and her dad shot the victim when he tried to runaway. "action news" reporter annie mccormick has details on the samly duo now under arrest. >> police say this baseball bat wielding gun slinging duo seen in surveillance video where south philadelphia father and daughter. south detectives released video
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of the attack in 100 block of participate ter a weeking go day. they alleged 36-year-old rita demato struck a kensington man in the stomach with a bat and as he ran her father, 62-year-old carmen demato opened fire twice sticking the victim once in the leg and then the two took off to front street. before the attack police a one of the attackers yelled you know what you did, you son of a sxlaitive. carmen member of former hall of fame and captain of the vikings well known in the naind and this is him in 2010 telling "action news" about his concerns over vandals at a civic association meeting. today a woman entering the home he shares with his daughter and around the corner from the attack declined to comment to "action news." neighbors saturday expressed relief. >> i'm glad there's an arrest made. and i'm glad it was not i guess random act that happened. it sounds like the guy was targetd police say the victim had drugs in his system and initially claimed he did not know attackers and was not
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cooperating with police. there were a rash of car break ins in the area and police are not confirming if they had into to do with the attack. some neighbors are holding judgment until they find it out. >> tell you the truth ft. guy was breaking into cars he deserved to get hit by a baseball bat. i agree with that if it was not him flood bless the dematt owes. >> arrest warrants or issued on halloween even daerm father and daughter turned themselves in and they said that the victim suffered a broken leg. reporting from police headquarters annie mccormick for "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> police in burlington are looking for the man that attacked and robbed a 74-year-old woman in parking lot. city new surveillance caught images of the suspect's car. investigators say the man followed the victim to her vehicle right there on the 200 block of high street. he shoved her and quickly stole her purse. and anyone who remember fiss the attackers vehicle should contact burlington police. >> and a house in philadelphia
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is riddled with bullet holes tonight after someone fired into the front windows where the family was sleeping inside. it happened along the 4500 block of north 15 street in logan section of city. the gunman fired at least four shots at the front door and windows on both floors. a 4-year-old girl and 3 adults were in second floor bedrooms at the time and nobody was injured. >> federal investigators are now in california working to determine what led to that accident that destroyed a prototype space tourism rocket. 39-year-old michael always bury died when the space craft probing uv during a test flight yesterday 30,000 feet over the desert. copilot was able to deploy as parachute. virgin gal aktic said commercial space travel is challenging product and safety remains the top prior tixt.
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>> this is the biggest program carried out to commercial agency and we want to ensure this never happens to the public. >> a federal investigation is underway. >> national average is employee $3 for the first time since 2010. aaa reports average price at the pump dropped $2.9 today and prices fell 34 cepts over the past month. 47 states are enjoying new prices below the $3 mark across the country. >> candidates for pennsylvania governor rallying voters in final days perfect the election. tom wolff made several stops in and around philadelphia today at the first stop this morning and democratic challengeers spoke with people at the shoprite in cheltenham and president barack obama is slated to headline event at temple university tomorrow night. meantime republican incumbant tom corbett spent the day in north eastern and central company and rallied voters.
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tomorrow, corbett will court voteers in buck county via new jersey governor chris christie will hold a get out of vote rally in ivy land tomorrow nights. once again election day is tuesday, voters in new jersey can cast their ballots starting 6 a.m. polls open at 7 a.m. in pennsylvania and delaware. polls close at 8 pbg in all three states. much more to come on "action news" tonight a u.s. marine is back on american soil after he is released from a prison in mexico. the mistake that landed him behind bars for months and the reason why he's finally set free. >> and plus new information about the doctor infected with ebola the update on his recovery in new york coming up on "action ebola the update on his recovery in new york coming up on "action newspapers speak out. tom corbett has been something of a disaster. tom corbett cut spending on education by a billion dollars... it's time for a change. elect tom wolf, and you'll get the type of governor we haven't seen for a while... ...one who looks out for average, hard-working pennsylvanians.
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>> we have encouraging news about the dr. from new york infected with ebola. dr. craig spencer's condition surprise graded to stable. he's been undergoing stream bellview in manhattan nine days now and diagnosed after treating ebola victims in the nation of guinea. today marked another step back to normalcy for nina pham the nurse from dallas recovered from ebola. the cavalier king charles was quarantined after pham was diagnosed. pham thanked veterinarians that cared for her dog over the past 21 days. >> a u.s. marine that spent months in mexican jail is back on american soil tonight. his imprisonment started when he
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crossed the border and he returned to florida earlier this morning hours after a judge set him free. richard divvies has the story. >> beaming andrew tamaris ci is back home. on friday the retired marine sergeant set foot on american soil for the first time in 7 months. he landed in florida early data companied by his mother. >> he kept saying the word living in the moment. i think he was reconnecting with the family. >> end of ordeal that began march 31 when he says he accidentally strayed into mexico from california freeway. his car trunk loaded with weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. tamarici told a 911 operator he could not turn around. >> i crossed border by accident and i have a -- guns in my truck they're trying to possess -- take my gun for me. >> you're in mexico. >> there's nothing i can help you with sir apologize. >> that wrong turn cost him the
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next 214 days behind bars on companies charges and the 26-year-old veteran of two tours in afghanistan is diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and that was the basis for extensive lobbying campaign to win his release. monday tell williams was among his advocates. >> this experience for him in the last 7 months is in a lot of ways retraumatized him. this is almost like prisoned ptsd. >> a judge ored him freed because of his mental state. for now a family spokesman said he wants private time with his family. richard davies "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> a hometown hero is back safe and sound in pensauken tonight. lance corporal kyle hoewald returned from his duty in 34eud middle east. friends, family and officials came to vfw post on pen street thank kyle for service and bravery. kyle serves in marines as a
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military police officer and graduated from pensauken high school in 201 2. time for a check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist melissa magee. hey, melissa. >> hi, walter he with a -- we had a damp start to the weekend. definitely raw and chilly with moisture overhead and northerly wind. and with clouds and moisture we were below average today high in the city 52. and philadelphia international and the record 84 setback in 1950. when you look at the temperatures outside tonight 49 in philadelphia. 45 allentown along the coast in sea isle city. 46, millville 48 and dover upper 40s when you factor in the wind chill most spots in lower 40s. here's satellite 6 and action radar this is the first batch that moved through earlier today lifting north and east. there's a secondary wave of energy tracking off the coast of carolinas working its way north and east. bypass our region as it stays offshore. as it hooks north and east this
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is major concern later tonight and sunday. in the wake of that winds start to pick up fairly quickly. sustained wind speeds across the region. 17 miles an hour in poke pob knows and philadelphia sustained wind speed of 20 miles an hour and look at the direction they're coming in from north. northerly wind helps to drain cooler than average air especially this time of year. future wind gusts showing you tomorrow morning this is where you have strongest of those westerly wind. 34 miles an hour expected wind gusts tomorrow morning, 38 in poconos and for the most part stays blustery throughout the majority of day with wind gusts hovering around 35 to 40 miles an hour. and here's a call from accuweather as we look at the day tomorrow. sunny and windy. when you factor in the blustery conditions out of the north, wind chills tomorrow afternoon in the 30s and 40s despite temperatures climbing into the upper 40s and lower 50s across the region. we'll be priingter and extra layers will be needed for second
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half of the weekend. more details with the full and exclusive accuweather forecast, walter. >> thank you, melissa. >> well a man in california was partially buried inside his home after overnight mudd slide. rescueers were able to pull him to safety. 11 homes in venture accounty were evacuated earlier this morning after heavy rain saturated the area north of loss ankle less. modern debbie pummeled two of those homes. still to come on "action news" sixers played home-opener an highlights coming up in sports and later a robbery suspect with a truly bizarre motive.
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>> there's a whole bunch of philadelphia firefighters sporting a new look tonight. they shaved whiskers in unison tonight to get ready for the november challenge. this program asked men to grow mustaches or regrow mustaches and raised awareness of health issues to men. this raised 159 million dollars. >> time for a check on sports. >> sim areas providing season
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0-3 and sixers finding anything to be proud of in home-opener. no longer employees for lebron james. sixers showing off early tonig t tonight. township point. fellow rookie kj mccann dales highlight with the slam in the first. sixers take the lead. they cannot hang on. chris forbeburn in for 30. don't twhavrp thing. sixers lose by 18. they fall to 0-3. flyers in florida tonight. steve mason suiting newspaper returns to the net after benched last four games. mason still cannot get a w. panthers score first two goals and flyers cannot rebound. flyers fall 2-1 to floor davrment mason believe it or not remains winless nearly a month into the season. eagles are in houston tonight where they kickoff against the texans. starting safety nate allen
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doesn't know if he can go in the crucial came game. plus a big day college football field. temple upsets top 25 team and penn state does something they have not done in 353 years. highlights in the next half hour. walter back to you. >> thank you, jeff. >> a little written could not stop dogs and owners from getting outside for a great cause in malvern. two mile puppy walk began hope veterinarian hospital on three ton road. all money raised will be used to support cancer research progra s programs
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>> investigators say a failed diet was behind a robbery spree. he knocked off subways because he filed lose weight on the so-called diet made famous for the man that shed hundreds of pounds eating sandwiches for a year. upon arrest he said he wanted revenge and money back. still to come on "action news" illegal cash grab how commuters were able to steal thousands of dollars on middle of a highway in maryland and halloween hit-and-run. they found a suv that killed three chiropractor treaters and the person behind the wheel remains on the loss. the latest on the investigation remains on the loss. the latest on the investigation with when we come
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call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v in macarthur's world, he opposes new laws to ensure women receive equal pay for equal work. and macarthur opposes a woman's right to choose backed by a group that would outlaw abortion even for rape and incest. for us in the real world, aimee belgard. aimee will fight for equal pay and protect a woman's right to choose. aimee belgard's on our side. i'm aimee belgard and i approve this message. >> if you're joining us at 10:30 here are stories we're following for you. someone put a razor blod blade inside a candy bar and gave it
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to a child. the boy made the discovery after he opened a nestle crunch bar and 2" razorblade fell out. police are looking for the person responsible. >> also tonight a father and daughter from south philadelphia have been charged in violent attack. investigators say 36-year-old receipt demato is woman caught on surveillance beating a man with baseball bat last week on carpenter street. her dad carmen a former mummer's captain is accused of shooting the victim as he tried to runaway. investigators have not revealed a motive that time. the final weekend of campaign are foing for governor tom corbett and tom wolff. both are visiting with voters at various stops across the state. election day is tuesday. polls open 7 a.m. and close 8 p.m. in pennsylvania. >> now to incredible news about the pilot that survived a commuter rocket crash in the california desert. peter sighbold is awake and speaking with family and physicians.
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he somehow sure vaivd a failed test flight of a version galactic space craft yesterday and his copilot was killed and the founder of the project is promising answers about what happened. here's reporter chuck seevrson with the latest. >> we owe it to our test pilots to find out exact what i went wrong. >> these photographs capture the final moments of virgin galactic space ship two it exploded midair friday over test flight of mow has beeny dessert. >> it was a puff that should not have been there and at that point i knew that something was very, very wrong. >> dreams of flight in pieces in the sand. one pilot was killed. a second severely injured was air-lifted to a hospital. the disaster brought sir richard brand sop the billionaire to the crash scene. >> yesterday we fell short. we'll now comprehensively assess the results of the crash. >> ntsb is in charge of the
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investigation. >> this will be the first time we've been in the lead of a space launch that involved persons on board. >> the doomed prototype was first to use a new fuel which never before was tested in flight. this is how the space craft is supposed to work mother ship carried to 50,000 feet release it's and craft fires own rocket lifting paying paerm to the edge of space. 700 put down deposits including big hollywood names. brand sop says they can get refunds but he vows to aim sky high. >> chuck seevr sop "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> investigators say a drunk driver is to blame for a crash tat killed a teenager. it happened at this intersection west logan and 16-year-old victim was passenger of a car that struck a pole on the 4900 block of sentton avenue overnight. the teenager later died at the hospitalch the investigators say the 64-year-old driver was arrested on dui charges.
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a 66-year-old man was rescue from a burning home in ports richmond. firefighters carried the man from a second floor bedroom on the 3,000 block of frankford avenue. he was treated for burns at temple. the red cross is helping people who lived hereby providing them with food, shelter and other needs. >> and vandals forced cancellation of youth football game today in west grove chester county and someone spray painted ob sensitive on the avon grove wild cat facility. the playoff game is rescheduled 2:00 tomorrow. time for a check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist melissa magee and today was lousy. >> yeah. >> just flat lousy. >> nasty out. had you really chilly wind and rain to contend with and unfortunately. >> raw. >> raw day for the first day of november. rab moves out and wind is sting around and so is chill. we'll show you what is going on sky6 live in hd giving you a nice shot of the cents are city sky line. camera bouncing a little bit.
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that is because of the windy conditions. current wind gusts in philadelphia up to 29 miles an hour and those gusts continue. strongest look to be overnight and for first half of day tomorrow. stromtracker live double scan radar saying we have moisture to contend with especially areas of new jersey. starting to pull out of philadelphia international and picked up close to inch of rainfall. you can see trenton to vineland and even into cape may we have moisture and right along atlantic city surf city and toms rivera long the immediate coastline this pulls away later tonight and big weather story tomorrow the chill and wind. in tanersville in the 30s. 37. slatington 41. center city 47. upper 40s in chester. down across new jersey, 45 in hammonton and at the boardwalk 46 where you have light precipitation to contend with. 45 degrees in hockessin and upper 40s in dover. if you think it's bad where we were check out the snow some
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areas picked up today. carolina asnow, spring creek, north carolina, 22" of snow reported today. west southwest of luck, north carolina, 18" of snow. ashville, north carolina 5" and 2.5 to 3" of snowfall in south carolina. what's responsible for snow across areas in the southeast, we'll show you that right now. satellite 6 and action radar showing a batch of moisture responsible for the rain across our region. that's lifting off north and east. there's a secondary wave of energy that moved across the appalachians and right through areas in the higher terrain of south carolina earlier today and that triggered that moisture. this will race out to the northeast and be a big snow maker for areas of maine as early as tomorrow. with the snow system pulling away winds howl on the backside and with how olding winds you have wind chills to contend with. future tracker wind chills showing 9:00 in the morning feel like temperatures along the 9 a5
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corridor only in the lower 30s and 20s. if you're up in the poconos keep this mind this is when we're dealing with wind gusts 35 to 40 miles an hour early tomorrow morning and wind chill still a factor as we get to the afternoon hours. wind chills north and west of philadelphia, allentown, lehigh valley, temperatures there will still be likely in the upper 30s and lower 40s south and east of 95 corridor despite temperatures climbing into lower 50s. definitely more of a winter chill on the way for the second half of the weekend. the call from accuweather the rest of tonight leftover shower and turning windy. 39 in philadelphia, 36 suburbs and those winds sustained 15 to 25 miles an hour with higher gusts tonight. the sdlusive accuweather 7-day forecast showing as we get into the day sunday gusts up to 40 miles an hour. high temperature 51 degrees. monday it's sunny and milder up to 51. on tuesday, breezy and warmer. 67. it's not a bad day wednesday. sun and clouds, 64 and thursday
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showers possible and we'll cool back down as we goat friday and into saturday. another reminder walter to set those clocks back an hour. >> as we -- >> lose daylight saving time. >> plunge into darkness. >> 4:58 tomorrow. >> sunset my goodness. >> thank you melissa. >> a church in newark delaware did its part to ease the suffering of ebola outbreak in liberia. dozens showed up at gray's church to sent meals to west africa. comprising of rice and beans and cost 25 cents a piece. everyone who took part paid for and backed about 200 meals. >> a cold case in camden is now more than 1 years old a man was gunned down outside a restaurant right in front of his girlfriend and today his family is ask for your help in catching his killer. here is rick williams with tonight's crime fighter's report. >> speaking through her daughter esparanza sanchez says
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effram was well liked in the community. >> he was a great son. and a lot of people loved him he had a lot of friends. >> august 28, 2002, 38-year-old was with girlfriend in area of 21 and river road in camden. at about 11 p.m. police say effram exited a chinese restaurant. >> at some point he was approached by a male or males and there was quick verbal altercation that led to him being killed. >> she was shot to death and his girlfriend was not injured. he had a history with drugs and are not sure if that could be a possible motive. the citizens crime commission is administering a reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. are you urged to call 215-546-tips all calls remain
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anonymous. >> you know they deposit see nothing the first time. can you please come out with information this time. >> we need people to come forward and people to stand up and take their community back. >> for "crime fighters" i'm rick williams for "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> more to come on "action news" including halloween tragedy. serve for hit-and-run driver that killed three chiropractor treaters in california and free for all on highway in maryland after thousands of dollars spill on to the roadway and ensuing reaction by commuters has them facing possible legal action for greedy display and americans are spending again and habits are changing. the new shopping trend sweeping the country when "action news" comes right back.
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>> police in california are trying to find the driver of suv that ran down three young trick or treaters outside la. teenage girls were dressed in costumes and holding bags of candy when they were killed during the hit-and-run also all the victims were walking within a designated crosswalk at the time. the suspect abandoned the vehicle a short distance away and investigators are having trouble tracking down the driver. they also believe there was a passenger inside that vehicle who also fled the scene. >> well more than 200 girls who were kidnapped nigeria were forced into marriage. terror group poke ahar am released a new video revealing fate of the children.
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they have been converted to islam and married off. the news diminishes any hope for safe return. their kidnapping in april sparked international outrage and social media hash tag bring back our girls. >> bodies of three victims are located and removed from the rubble at site of plane crash in kansas. those three people were trapped inside a simulator in flight traiping facility after the twinen jij plane smramd into the building. a total of three died including the pilot. investigators recovered the cockpit voice recorder which will be used to help determine the cause of the crash. traffic came to a halt in middle of highway in maryland when commuters slammed on their brakes to scoop up loose cash. investigators say thousands of dollars went flying when the door of an arm ored vehicle malfunctioned and within seconds people stopped vehicles and got out to pick up as much as they could as quickly as they koxt they all took off when a fire
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official pulled up and put on flashing flights. by the time police arrived there was only about $200 left. maryland state police launched a criminal investigation to find the people who treated this situation as a cash grab. up next on "action news" eagle as riff in houston for sunday show down against texans and drama before the game begin. things get ugly aft coin toss at and drama before the game begin. things get ugly aft coin toss at a penn state maryland
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apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself >> america's spending habits have been more careful. americans have started to open up their wallets once again according to records. >> a recent survey by consumer reports merpdz are showing signs of optimism making major purchases and startling families. recession left a lasting impact. mrerpz starting to spend again. >> i plan to purchase a home. >> i bought a new car in november. >> that 800. >> i bought eye house and bought property. >> we're redoing patio. >> consumer reports nationally representative report showed
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it's happening across the country. 12% bought a home in the last year or plan to do so in the year ahead. 46% just bought a car or about to buy one and spending on home improvements are up. >> a third of americans told us they recently completed a major renovation or are about to do so. >> we're going to redo our entire apartment from top to bottom we'll be doing everything. >> we're definitely going to do renovations you know in kitchen, bathroom. >> 9% said they plan to buy major home electric device such as tv or computer and 39% plan on small electrics such as tablets or cell phones and uping whyer people those under 34 are especially optimistic and 25% say they can afford to get married. >> i've been saving almost two years before i get married. so it was a little hard. it was not easy. >> 24% said they can afford to have children. >> right now is a great time to
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try to start a family. my baby is due in october and a boy. >> when it comes to money america's mood surprise beat and people tell consumer reports they plan on purchasing more in the next year. consumer reports study found people are spending differently than they used to. 41% are waiting longer between hair cuts and 43% skipping big trips and taking stay indications and 56% of women are polishing nails at home instead of a salon. i'm nydia han on "action news" at 10 phl17. >> proud day for pharmacy students of university of sciences and today fourth year students received white coats during a special ceremony. it's annual right of passage for those enrolled in 6 year program. ceremony symbolizes their dedication to physician becoming pharmacists. >> jeff skversky is here with sixers news. >> it is a long schbility i don't think that's new news. we knew some of that. sixers beat the heat even with lebron james last year for first win of the schbility why not again tonight in home-opener.
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sixers fans dying to see winning basketball again. >> you know we're really working and pieces are coming together and thank you guys for coming out, thank you. >> michael carter williams is addressing the crowd before opener at home. sixers putting on good show early on. k.j. mc daniels looking sharp with the slam. sixers up. tony wrote ton giving sixers a lead. they cannot hold on. 24 turnovers and mario khomers nailed three. he's 50% of these don't look now. sixers are 0-3 lose by 18, nerlens noel not looking good tonight. >> i've seen fantastic signs in first three games and then nb saxt that good. play is that good it's so infor giving you blink and make two,
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three mistakes and game is gone. >> can you believe it, it's november and flyers goalie steve mason still deposit have a win. mason is benched last four games in favor of ray emorry and perhaps mace will heat up tonight in his return in floor davrment mason back for the flyers. vinny la cavalier back from the foot injury and flyers kicking themself. mitchell beats mason. flyers fall behind 1-0 they're having a hard time evening the score. claude giroux, power play problem two. one for the last 19, 0 for 6 tonight even fans fall asleep late third another goal for may son. they played best hockey when he was on the bench. flyers lose 2-1. mason still doesn't have a win and we're a month into the
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season. >> football eagles in houston and hopefully they have no problems come tomorrow. eagles avoiding back-to-back losses for first time in a year. chip kelly and eagles arriving at houston hotel. starting safety nate allen says his hamstring is sore. if he can't play earl wolff will get the start. >> earl is just as ready as anybody. he has gotten reps. he's ready. >> do you feel confident you'll play. >> we'll see tomorrow, tomorrow morning how i feel and take it from there. >> now if you heard temple lost 35 straight home games to ranked teams and then against ranked east carolina today they were out gained by nearly 300 yards. would think there was no way in the world owls would whip. think again. temple taking on number 23 east carolina and they can't hold on to the ball. five fumbles.
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davon young 63 yard fumble return temple runs away 20-10 they beat top 25 team for first time in 16 years when michael vick was at virginia tech. well things getting ugly between penn state and maryland today before they kickoff. look at this. maryland refuses to shake hands during the coin toss. terps hit with penalty for that. 3rd quarter penn state high five after this christian hackenberg to jessie james what a catch pen cincinnati front most of the fourth up two one minute left and maryland comes back. cadock. penn state goes down 20-19 they lose to maryland for just second time in school history. >> villanova 7-game winning streak is over. something simple as missing extra point comes back to bite them against richmond fiingers in the third. richmond michael rocco runs it in. wildcats lose 10-9 their first
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loss since august. >> nasty day for homecoming at penn when it rains is powers at penn. brown jumps to 14-0 lead. quakers cannot recover. penn losses 21-13 they're 1-6. hopefully things go better for
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interesting in politics. students same aid debate pitting one student against the other each supporting argument from corbett and wolff. the sparring section covered array of topics including education, healthcare and economy. takes way for young people to learn more about the democratic process and art of debating. time for check on accuweather forecast. we said it before. today was lousy. >> flat out. >> yes and winds pick up walter tomorrow too. and a reminder to fall back. set clocks back one hour. daylight savings time coming to end and check batterys in smoke detector and keep in mind, sunset tomorrow afternoon 4:58 p.m.. changes. here's day planner, 7:00 in the morning, 40. with winds gusting as high as 40 miles an hour. wind chills throughout most of the day only in 30s and 40s. and meteorologist chris sowers will have the latest tomorrow morning here on 6abc is. >> cold an stark. >> lovely. >> okay. >> thank you melissa thank you
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