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all okay. it's a car we can get a new one. >> how much water came in? >> the passenger side it came up through the door. >> fortunately no one was hurt and firefighters cleared leaves and other debris that was clogging drains and getting into the roads. with that lets check with adam joseph. >> the storms you at the shore was an isolated event and what is coming tonight will not bring severe weather with hail and heavy rainfall. as we look at double scan live radar, here are rain totals from point pleasant and seaside heights, about an inch of rain, in brick, a bulls eye of 1.5 inches of rain. they are still seeing left over showers near toms river and
route 37 as you head towards seaside heights, and they are lifting to the north and east. that is all that is going on in our entire viewing area. the storm reports in ocean county, dime size hail in brick and pea size in toms river and point pleasant and someone reported a waterspout in seaside heights, that was not from a trained spotter but from social media. just passing is it along to you. >> everyone is seeing sun, millville 65 and changes are coming as low pressure is dropping in from the west, right now it's near pittsburgh and this transfers its energy to a low off the coast, and it won't mean a powerful storm, but as we go over the next 24 to 36 hours, periods of rain and no severe weather, a half inch to inch of rain, with a chilly north-northeastly wind up to 30 miles per hour. and those temperatures are stuck
in the 50s on your wednesday, when we come back we'll look at future tracker and let you know when the rain pushes out in the accuweather forecast. we have breaking news right now. a bizarre scene we are monitoring for the last several minutes. this is the scene in north philadelphia, the last known facility was broad and eerie and you can see what we are looking at here. some 50 to 60 atv and dirt bikes which were part of a funeral procession today. they are causing all kinds of problems on the road, weaving around traffic, going through intersections and red lights and stoplights, we just contacted philadelphia police, they too are monitoring the situation, they are aware of it, be aware, if you are heading out in the vicinity of broad and eerie, quite a scene on the streets right now, 50 to 60 atvs we are
told are causing difficulties on the roadways right now. police are still trying to identify the people involved in the disturbing video in delaware, it shows children fighting in the street while adults watch and even laugh throughout the whole ordeal. chad pradelli is live now in wilmington, they have at least narrowed down the neighborhood where they think all this happened. investigators have done that and the video is disturbing on so many levels. they have interviewed a few people but so far no arrests. >> the fighters condition be much more than 4 or 5 years old yet adult after adult, can be seen encouraging these kids to fight, eventually one kmild runs into a house while the adults laugh. "action news" learned that the fight took place in wilmington,
when is unclear but it's an area that police are focusing. >> you see a woman go over to assist a child and they said wait backoff, and i think that is sickening. >> they call the adult's actions criminal and they worry about the future of these young boys. john landow is the director -- >> kids are traumatized and you quarry that with you forever. >> several mothers were disgusted by the fight and say it's a common occurrence in the neighborhood. adults staging and promoting child fights. >> it's disturbing also from a community point of view, you see adults cheering and not intervening, it says a lot about the community.
>> i am told that some of these adults can face endangering the welfare of a child. but so far nobody is charged. i'm live in wilmington, chad pradelli, channel 6 "action news." >> hard to watch that video. thank you chad. an experimental ebola vaccine could be ready for use by january, that is according to the world health organization, it says that doctors will bring the vaccine to africa as long as it is deemed safe and the cdc has new guide lines for treating ebola in america, workers should be fully covered with no skin exposed and monitored when taking off and putting on their gear. and each hospital should have an on site ebola manager. we have more on the ongoing ebola story at 6abc.com. we have a list of myths versus
facts to help you stay clear of misinformation. one of the two men accused of running a massive drug ring on the main line, and rather than fight the charges he admitted he is guilty. katherine scott has more on his plea. >> reporter: timothy brooks of villanova left court pleading guilty to five of the 13 counts against him. he and 25-year-old neil scott are accused of trying to take control of the drug trade at local high schools and colleges. >> he accepted the responsibility for selling marijuana, he truly regrets the poor decisions that he has made. >> he was number two in this corrupt organization, he was part of the drug trafficking ring in the main line distributing marijuana to young fem. >> they recruited sub dealers
that sold the drugs in schools. a total of seven people were arrested in april. scott and brooked both played lacrosse at the haverford school and they both dropped out of college. the sentencing called for 9 to 16 months behind bar. >> i hope they take away the consequences they take away from their communities and peers and that every decision can negatively affect your future. >> neil scott is expected back in court next week. a driver slammed into a bank today in south philadelphia, but miraculously walked away without getting seriously hurt. chopper 6 hd spotted the car against the road, and the impact
of the accident sent a brick pillar crashing down on the hood of the car but the person inside was okay. well, she has already won the nobel peace prize but molalla will be honored again here with the liberty medal. the pakistani teenager is being recognized for her fierce advocacy for girls and gender equality. before she gets it, she will sit down for a one-on-one conversation with jim gardner, he has a live report at 5:00 and then we'll bring his full interview tomorrow. we'll stream tonight's ceremony in its entirety tonight on 6abc.com and air it on television, on tuesday september
29th to see her receive the liberty medal here on 6 abc. lets go to the breaking news we showed you in north philadelphia. atv's weaving through the street. some of them pulled off into a park, but you still see quite a few, still a dozen going down the street right now, causing havoc there on the roadways, this is a very dangerous situation, atv's on the roadways, and i think it could be illegal in the city of philadelphia, it is illegal. we'll continue to monitor this situation. and we'll bring you updates as soon as we get them. still ahead, we have details on a new round of attacks on ice is. and oscar pistorius learns
a maximum of five years behind bars is that is the sentence that oscar pistorius received for killing his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp, immediately after sentencing a police van brought him to prison. a judge calling the ruling fair and just, both to society and the accused. >> pistorius stood stoic in the courtroom. no outbursts like he has shown before. steenkamp's parents said they were satisfied with the sentence. and his uncle says there is no chance for oscar to appeal. >> oscar will embrace this opportunity to pay back to society. the double amputee will be housed in the medical part of the prison where he could be released in 10 months. that is provided he meets
criteria of good behavior while in jail. a lot of people talking about this. >> all right thank you. isis fighters launched a series of coordinated attacks in iraq today in a push to gain more territory. 15 attacks happened almost simultaneously and included multiple car bombs at check points, they targeted kurdish forces in northern iraq and the mosul dam and a mountain range. commanders on the ground said they were able to fight off the advances because of american and european weapons. business now, on a tuesday afternoon, a big rally on wall street, the dow up 215 points and the nasdaq up 103 points. we have earnings reports from two big companies and they told two different stories. apple says sales of the new
iphone led to a record breaking quarter. am brought in $8.5 billion last quarter, up 13% from the same time last your. meanwhile, mcdonald's continues to struggle, earnings were down 30% from last year. revenue, operating income and revenue share declined from last year but sales were down more than 3% globally. all right time now for the "action news" traffic report on this tuesday. >> what is going on in the roads right now, matt pellman has the word. >> from the golden arches to the golden sunshine, looking live here on 95, you see southbound slowing heading through the work zone at girard avenue but it's the northbound travel time that is worse that, is usually the case in the afternoons, coming out of the city, 25 minutes to get from the vine to woodhaven,
and a construction warning for you, i like to tell you where you want to go later on, starting at 9:00 tonight they will block the on ramps on girard and 95, don't count on using the ramps tonight. slow speeds this afternoon on the schuylkill, 12 miles per hour, westbound by belmont. and a crash newspaper in uber darby by route 1. and plymouth township, a crash at butler pike and ridge pike and atfield a crash at copperfield road and another tuesday in october, if you are traveling eastbound to a.c., to tolls being collected until midnight. lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report, we had a busy morning on i-295 southbound in camden county but that is not
the case this afternoon. light traffic as you head south through barrington. >> very good matt, thank you. another major retailers trying to figure out if it was targeted by hackers, rick williams is live now in the newsroom with the details we are gathering on this one. >> hi brian, that is right, target and home depot have dealt with credit card breaches and now the office supply chain staples is trying to determine if they are join that group. we'll tell you about the investigation underway that involves federal authorities. and coming up new information about the suspected case of entero virus d 68, we'll have an update from health officials coming up. that and more when we come back at 5:00. >> thank you rick. up next, adam is back with the latest track of that rain moving in right now. later hear more fallout from the football hazing scandal in new
we want to revisit the breaking news that we started with the start of this newscast. an increasingly bizarre scene now in west oak lane, this is one of an estimated 60 dirt bike riders moving through the streets of philadelphia, now on west oak lane, earlier they were involved in a funeral procession and it's unclear if it is still going on a number of them have
moved off the street and are at a park at 13th and medeerie. they are tearing up the turf and riding on the sidewalks. we have spoken to philadelphia police who told us they are aware of it, and monitoring, again this is illegal behavior and down right dangerous, people are wondering why there are no arrests thus far. dozens of dirt bike riders wreak havoc on the streets of philadelphia today. it's time now for a check of the accuweather forecast, lets get to adam joseph with the details, another nice day but it won't stay that way. >> reporter: 90 to 95% of us saw the sun today and a small percentage of us that saw showers down at the shore. all is looking good on sky 6 lets take a look at a shower
south and west of the city of philadelphia, now entering southern newcastle county and heading towards wilmington and just to the south of route 1 and east of oxford. one been and a thunderstorm still igniting to the east of toms river, between route 9 and normandy beach. the coast had a few lightning strikes over the last couple of minutes but now it's fading off the thunderstorm stat taos more of a downpour. 67 in wilmington and 65 in allentown, a pretty nice day with sunshine out there and that low is taking its time trying to drop in from the north and west and we wedged a dry day into the delaware and lehigh valleys, you can see the spin to the west of pittsburgh, that spirals through tonight and stalls to the east of the coast for wednesday and at 11:00 the clouds start to
thicken up and then some scattered showers around and then tomorrow morning, we'll watch for the downpours and a few showers developing, does not look like any severe weather or thunderstorms tomorrow, the atmosphere is too cold and on wednesday afternoon by 3:00, still lingering showers especially south and east close to the shore and around atlantic city, you can see the winds funneling out of the colder detection north-northeast and close to 30 to 40 miles per hour at the shore. overnight tonight a spotty shower around and 47 in allentown and 53 in cape may and your four day at 4:00, a half inch to inch of rain tomorrow, periods of rain on and off, cool at 59 degrees, by thursday, it's windy with a left over morning shower of 57 and then breaks of sun come friday, the low moves away, and right now we look good, saturday 67 degrees, we'll have the seven day coming up in
it is time now for the buzz, and big buzz this week, the 23rd philadelphia film festival brings more than 90 of the world's top films to the city. organizers spent the year traveling the world and watching thousands of films to cure ate the very best of what they call film adelephia. this is your chance to see dozens of movies that wouldn't otherwise be shown here. >> there are many if i am manies that will not be released theatrically. we highly recommend that people take the opportunity to see them. >> we are doing a screening of
crescendo the power of music. >> and a food truck festival happening outside of the rock theater, and they are giving away tons of free tickets to the festival that runs through sunday. tonight at 10:00. here on 6 abc, an all new forever, two of the most famous murders are being recreated and henry and joe must work quickly to stop the culprit. it started at 8:00 with selfie and then manhattan love story and agents of shield. and when you watch forever at 10:00, we have the twitter party going on rick williams is your host tonight and use the #~ forever and 6 abc. he is excited. >> that should be interesting. >> you don't want to miss out on that.
material girl, the singing nun that took the world by storm with her pipes. why she says her version of madonna's like a virgin is a tribute to god. and now this could affect millions of children. they say it's possible to treat millions of children with adhd without drugs. and lets go to the breaking story, we are still in west oak lane, we continue to monitor a caravan of atvs that are weaving through streets of broad street and then apparently at a park at 18th, and now at a gas station at broad and stinton as they gas up. they are still on west oak lane. we continue to monitor the atvs, it's illegal to ride one in the
city of philadelphia, and they continue to ride through the streets we continue to monitor them as well as the police department. we'll keep you updated on this story of atvs in philadelphia. now to new jersey, where the future of a championship football team hangs in the balance. sayerville memorial high school is set to learn their punishment for hazing. elizabeth herr is live now ahead of the school board meeting. >> we are talking about the same school board that already voted unanimously to cancel the football season this your. you mentioned tonight the same board members are meeting to discuss the suspended status of the coaches. >> the allegations are disturbing and the head of the sayerville school is adamant that the district's response was
difficult but necessary. >> there was intimidation and bullying going on and 15 players are fighting various criminal charges including aggravated sexual assault, and conspiracy and criminal restraint. they claim that four members of freshman team were held against their will and sexually assaulted and the allegations was a surprise to former player, matt hammond. >> there was always a consistent respect for those in the locker room, there may have been jokes but everybody was laughing with you. >> a graduate also tells abc news that the coach's office is loektsed quite a distance from the locker room where the alleged hazing would have taken place. the accusations angered parents and students that said innocent
players on the team were being unfairly punishment, but when the details emerged. the focus shifted to them. >> we have to show these four boys that we are here behind them. >> whose jobs are on the line, they are long time head coach and his four assistant coaches, all five happen to be teachers here at the school, and again tonight the board is expected to decide if they can keep their jobs on and off the field. that is the latest here from sayerville here in new jersey. channel 6 "action news." >> thank you liz. a 23-year-old man accused of killing a mother and three children at a fruit stand will face murder, sexual assault and carjacking charges. that ruling stands from cornelius crawford's relimbry hearing he and his cohort, rosa, carjacked a woman in july and
sexual assaulted the woman while driving, it was as this attack was taking place that they crash nood the fruit stand killing a mother and three children. siblings, ages 7, 10, and 15 died at the scene and their mom died two days later. their father talked to "action news" about what he wants for his son's killers. >> i hope they get the death penalty, i just want the best, i want it all to go away and stay strong. and take care of my other two kids, i have a 2-year-old and 4-year-old i have to stay strong for. >> the second degree murder charges carry a maximum life sentence and crawford's lawyer maintains, that the accident happened when the tire blew out and that he never sexually assaulted the carjacking victim.
the owner of chickie and pete is offering a $4,000 reward for those robbers that terrorized employees. they entered the store at drexel hill, they ordered the employees into the freezer and took their cell phones and they took the manager into the office where they stole more than $16,000 plus her handbags and wedding rings, one was wearing a chickie and petes t-shirt. >> they believe it's an inside job. >> the guys knew what they were doing and they didn't waste any time, they got in and got out. that vehicle was parked there the whole time they were in there and we saw some computer enhancements to figure out the time frames. >> chitwood says that the get away car was a white or silver minivan, if you have any information on the robbers you are urged to call police right
away. philadelphia police need your help in identifying two men seen in this surveillance video robbing a store in the winfield section, it happened on the 1600 block of lancaster avenue, police say that the two men enerred the store while one pointed a gun and the other reached over and took the cash from the register. both men ran south and 56th street. a woman was hurt after being struck at a septa station but it was note by a train. in levittown just before 7:00 this morning, that is where the woman was hit by a car, while trying to cross the tracks at tractor trailer woodborn station. at last check no information on her condition is released. the westchester septa line was suspended for hours. an overturned gravel truck shut down a chester county road for five hours today.
chopper 6 hd was above the scene during route 10 and cannes roads and honey brook. the impact spilled the gravel into a nearby field and crews got everything cleaned up by 1:30 today. officials have not said if anybody was injured in the wreck. >> some charter school students are getting the opportunity to become mini archeologists. they said they are teaming up with the school district and mastery schools to offer a free three year program for the students. unpacking the past will provide students studying ancient egypt for the collections and teaching resources of the museum. >> very cool. from a mini archeologist to a full fledged meteorologist. >> archeology peaked my interest too? >> me too. >> as we look at the sky itself,
we had a few clouds at the shore but a beautiful shot at atlantic city, 66 degrees and full sun, the dew point is 52 and a northwesterly wind light at 3 miles per hour and we peaked with the fall foliage at the poconos and shawnee showing color there and waiting for the slopes to turn white for the skiers and snowboarders, with an east-northeasterly win at 5 miles per hour. any storms from ocean county we see are pushing off the coast and low pressure from the west, and they are migrating in our direction, we'll talk about the timing of the wet weather, and slowing to move in and slow to move out. we'll have all of that coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> sounds good thank you. a reminder now you can get access to live radar conditions even when you are on the go, download our free 6 abc storm tracker app the app alerts you the second a weather watch or warning is issued. it's available right now for
your apple or android device. if are you among those that like lays wasabi ginger potato chips, the experiment flavor invented by a south jersey nurse, is a favorite. and she won the company's do us a flavor contest, where her sushi inspired suggestion, it beat out cappuccino, mango sa a salsa, and cheddar bacon mac and cheese, that means she will get $1 million and a portion of the year in sales. whichever is greater. >> i'll try it too. >> still ahead from music to movies, we'll reveal the top halloween costumes this year and give you special discount codes to get them. and everyone's favorite pop star nun why the global sensation decided to put a holy spin on
madonna's "like a virgin" and how engineers brought an actual hover board to life and how you can get it into mass production. and meteorologist, adam joseph is back with the full accuweather forecast. in a race, it's about getting to the finish line. in life, it's how you get there that matters most. like when i found out i had a blood clot in my leg. my doctor said that it could travel to my lungs and become an even bigger problem.
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conditions such as kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto® is proven to reduce the risk of dvt and pe, with no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for me. ask your doctor about xarelto® today. we have an update to our breaking story that we have been showing you. of the atvs that we were showing you -- live on the air, do we have that video right now this, is video that we have been showing you since you know the last half our of 50 to 60 atvs this video is when they were on north broad street, weaving through traffic causing a dangerous situation on the roadways, they were part of a funeral procession, they have now since broken away from the
funeral and causing trouble on the roadways, it's a totally chaotic scene? >> we are watching this for 45 minutes now and we are getting inundated with emails and tweets, and they are watching this and they are causing all kinds of traffic problems first in north philadelphia and then west oak lane. the police say they are mindful that this group was paying respects for a funeral earlier today but since that ended this activity is illegal and unsafe, right now they are out making a push to get the bikes off the streets, some 50 to 60 of them, you see it here popping wheelies and going through red lights, showing pictures of damage and destruction they caused not just on roadways but local parks as well. be aware right now, some 50 to 60 dirt bikes on the streets of philadelphia, you see in this
video causing chaos right now. in health check, it may be possible to treat adhd, without drugs by retaining the brain. researchers in ohio, in north carolina as well, are testing a high tech video game that works by neuro feedback, sensors attached to the head, read a players brain waves, when he concentrates the spaceships fly straight and when it wanders they go off course. >> they practice staying on that course as they get better with that, it becomes less and less and could be a permanent cure, once you train the brain waves, it should stay that way. >> this is the first study to follow kids over a long period of time.
the kids earn cash, the better they cons tratd trait the more they get. now a polish man is walking again after being stabbed in the back thanks to a pioneering surgery. they used cells in the nose, to prepare his spinal cord, after harvesting the cells and growing them in the lab, they were injected above and below the area while strips of nerve tissue was placed across the gap. he took his first steps, 6 months after the surgery. >> well, pittsburgh has recently been named america's most livable city, and just got a less desirable city. pittsburgh is the city with the ugliest accent and by no small margin, 54 respondents marked it
as the worst with words and the people of pittsburgh don't mind it, they get it. >> can you wash my clothes, my mom says go -- >> i'm not sure what she just said. >> pittsburgh beat out two other pennsylvania cities for the not honor, scranton and dare we say -- philadelphia. time for the big talkers, she is the nun with the habit for singing, christina the solo sister act that went viral after winning italian singing competition just released her debut single. there is talk on both sides of the pew on this one because she is covering madonna's "like a virgin" ♪ like a virgin touched forever the very first time like a virgin when heartbeats next to
mine ♪ some are giving the video a shot in scenic venice, high praise, some say it's hardly appropriate for a nun. but sister christina says this, she interpreted the lyrics to reflect her religion and reminds her of god's touch. finally where we are going we don't need roads, a back to the future moment that could finally become a reality in the near future. a california company created a new kick starter campaign for this baby, the hendo hoverer board, it created a magnetic field that only works over certain metal surfaces, still how cool would you be? if they raise enough money you could be hovering around by next
october. mcfly would love that one. >> me too. you are right about that. lets get another check of the roads right now. matt pellman is in the traffic center. >> aside from the dirt bikes on the streets of philadelphia, we have a relatively easy afternoon, but now there is a crash in chester county, southbound side 202, you enter the squeeze approaching 401, penndot is on the scene but people are slowing down to see what is going on. so past chester brook through this point you are seeing slowing like normal on 202, a crash at hatfield township, close to the middle school at cople road and at route 1 the accidents is gone but the delays on the schuylkill and 95 are not. a big night in old city, the liberty medal ceremony, so some
extra traffic there. and at 9:00 they'll close the burlington bristol bridge, for maintenance, at 5:00 tomorrow morning, stay on the connecter bridge at that point. but the better bridge news comes in here on the ben franklin bridge, the two west lanes are blocked and the lanes will be open by the morning for four lanes and patco tracks will be back in service for tomorrow morning's commute. good news for the ben. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ ♪
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sunny skies here. >> isolated in ocean county and the rest of us quiet weather. as we take a look at double scan live radar, the hail you saw at the shore and thunderstorms that will not be repeated tonight or tomorrow, it's a much weaker system, with generic showers and locally right now, it's pretty quiet, and if you zoom in closer on double scan, route 1 and route 13, the split, and a couple of light showers, roaming away from pleasant hill and if it survives it will bump over the river and pennsville in new jersey and dealing with a thunderstorm and one lightning strike in the last 15 minutes, this will be pushing off the coast and the barrier islands in the next 10 minutes and all is clear behind that and not tracking anything furnish as of right now. 68 in trenton and 70 in
millville and 67 in wilmington but that number will drop as the showers push in and cooler in the poconos at 55 degrees, you see the spin to the west and this low is taking extra time coming in and we squeezed out sunshine and we lucked out today but as the low drops out future tracker shows the clouds converging on the region and tomorrow morning we'll deal can showers and downpours but not tracking storms for your wednesday but by 4:00 the storm is off the coast and we are dealing with a chilly northeasterly wind with a lot of low clouds and on and off showers and at 10:00 tonight, even into thursday morning a slow moving low stuck off the coast with high pressure to the north and periods of rain for midweek on wednesday and with the rains off the northeast, it will feel chilly with highs of
59 and the speeds are 20 to 30 miles per hour, and on thursday still wind gusts of 30 miles per hour and the temperature drops even more with a high of just 57 degrees, so a couple of unsettled days ahead. tonight spotty showers and mild for october. 47 to 55 and we'll paint a wet picture on and off for wednesday and windy on thursday with a morning shower and a lot of clouds in the afternoon and 57 and the low pulls away with breaks of sun and bright but breezy with temperatures in the upper 60s and looking good monday and tuesday, temperatures near 70 degrees so with a couple of rainy commute coming ahead for us, tune in with david murphy tomorrow
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leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. authorities in montgomery d county are investigating a frightening shooting tonight and someone fired several shots leaving bullet holes in nearby homes but police do not know who is responsible. tuesday evening and the big story is the investigation into a big shoot that stunned a neighborhood. several upper dublin neighborhood have discovered bullet holes in their walls as well as in the trees and sides walks. sara bloomquist is live now with more. >> reporter: rick and monica, police are trying to figure out what set off the violence here
this afternoon. they may respond to an occasional argument at this apartment complex but not gun violence. they were released that nobody was hurt when the gun fire erupted here. >> never violence, nothing like this. >> the police spent the day looking for shell casings here on chelsea avenue. they found them, 7 to 9 shell casings and they found bullet holes in the sides of trees and the outside walls of two homes. the woman here was washing dishes on the other side of wall when the bullet came tearing into her kitchen. luckily she was not hurt and the neighbors were stunned this happened in broad daylight. >> i am shocked stuff like this doesn't go on in the neighborhoods, it doesn't go on on this street.