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6:00 a.m. monday, october 27 and here's what's happening. >> a group of if you if you fig into action when a woman and child plunge into the ocean along the jersey shore. >> disappointment in the desert, the eagles lost to the cardinals has many scratching their heads if not banging them into rick walls. >> which hurts after a while. let's go over to david and karen. good morning. >> reporter: turnovers, yesterday. we'll have satellite showing some clouds, but generally speaking on the bright side. 45 in reading, 47 in trenton. 48 down the shore. winds not that strong we're up
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to 10 miles per hour at the airport in philadelphia. every now and then you see a zero pop up, too, that's an indication occasionally the winds sag and become calm. if you're catching the school bus over the next couple of hours look for it to stay in the mid 40s across the immediate region, some suburbs cooler, but at least it's dry and chilly and clear. as we look at the smart phone at the train station, 45 degrees right now, 58 by 8:00. this afternoon, 64 by 3:00. the high of 65 degrees will hit around 4:00 this afternoon. when i step inside it gets very warm tomorrow, karen, we're looking forward to that. >> reporter: all right, dave, cool right now, i just got off the phone with the police in salem county. there were two accidents in the same spot, route 40 harding highway at 553. there was an accident that took out an electrical pole. because the lights were out,
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another accident happened. stick to monroeville road or north buck they are directing traffic. use 611 instead of that. we have two accidents in this area. accident on 295 northbound and the turnpike southbound have cleared. but in mount laurel we've got members of the emergency construction they closed it to 73 exit 4, use 3 or 5 instead. everything with septa is running on time and moving fine. one more live look. i want to show you a disabled vehicle i-95 northbound near girard watch for that as you head toward allegheny. >> we're gathering new information about a dramatic rescue off the coast of atlantic city including details from the fishermen who pulled the woman and child translate water. katherine scott has more live from our satellite center.
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>> reporter: matt a man and several fishermen on the beach in atlantic city helped to pull a woman and her baby out of the ocean. >> it was a reaction. >> reporter: louis ortiz and his friends were at the jetty on pacific avenue in atlantic city. he spotted a woman and her baby in the water when she was 100 yards out. >> i said i'm going in for you, don't panic and don't try to grab me. >> reporter: but louis was in danger and seth per kins jumped in to celt -- get the woman on the rocks. >> i want and jumped it, it was hard to get her out of the water. the press of atlantic city reports that 23-year-old will be charged with second degree aggravated assault for throwing her baby into the bay and jumping in herself. fishermen tom bell the retired
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firefighter went in after the baby. >> the lady handed me the baby, i did two mouth breathes and turned her over. they were both rushed to the hospital for treatment. the jetty was treacherous, the current rough, the rocks danger owlings. >> i've been -- dangerous. i've been a fireman for 30 years, it's second nature for me, but for others to extend themselves shows the human spirit is still strong. >> happening today septa union leaders will hold a news conference to discuss their vote to authorize a strike. however no strike seems to be immanent. yesterday's vote involved union 234. they have been working without a
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contract for 7 months they say they cannot accept septa's current officer -- offer. >> we've been patient and understanding. it's about our future. >> i have 32 years in this company i put my heart and soul to work here, and now they are going to take that away from us. i can't do that. >> septa will continue to negotiate to reach a contract agreement. >> chris christie is defending his 21 day quarantine order for any medical workers returning from west africa, even if they don't show any symptoms for ebola. casey hickok is being held in new jersey. the 33-year-old nurse who returned from sierra leone on friday calls the quarantine inhumane. >> i feel like my basic human rights have been violated. >> i'm going to protect the people of new jersey, that's what i am going to do. >> new york states is enforcing
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the same protocol. health experts say it's unnecessary since people with ebola don't become contagious until they start showing symptoms. other top doctors say it may discourage others from going to west africa to stop the spread of ebola. last week officials at central bucks high school canceled the team's remaining two games because of a hazing controversial. all coacheses were suspended why the investigation continues. the new century 21 department store opens tomorrow. it features name brands at deep discounts. century 21 is the new anchor for the gallery mall. wednesday marked two years since super-storm sandy devastated parts of the jersey coastline.
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orortley beach is still not recovered. there will be a press conference about what's going on to help the restoration of the beach. >> gas prices are down, good morning, maribel. >> reporter: that's right, matt, gas prices are down 3.75. in philadelphia, that area the average is 3.12 a gallon according to gas nasdaq posted their biggest weekly gains in more than a year. future futures are pointing to a higher open and the housing market will be in focus today. monday are the most expensive day to buy a plane ticket. the best day sunday, that ticket is more than $70 cheaper at
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$432. this is according to study from the airlines reporting corporation. while you're surfing the web on sunday, check out the flight options. >> we'll do that from now on. >> reporter: thanks, maribel. so david, what are you doing lately? >> reporter: thinking about the weekend, i did a lot of walking this weekend, i walked about 1 miles. >> wow. it's a long way. >> reporter: it is long way. >> you look very fit. >> reporter: yeah, i enjoy it. we're dry, as we look outside, the issue is not rain it's temperatures. 49 degrees in philadelphia. 42 degrees in wilmington. 42 in allentown. 45 in reading. we've got 50-degree readings along the boardwalks after we
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slipped into the upper 30 os along the shore for a little bit. we're looking at basically sunny skies buildings over the next couple of hours. we have clouds in virginia and stuff up in new york that's going to miss us. up in allentown, the high is seasonable, but cool, 6 # degrees, lots -- 63 degrees, lots of sun, pleasant and not a lot of strong windy. down the shore, lots of sunshine, 64 is the high. lots of sun. light winds. in philadelphia, 65 with winds running between # to 14 miles per hour that's not enough to knock the hat off your head. it's not a bad day to go out for a walk. lots of sun and pleasant conditions mid 60s in philadelphia. as we roll through the day we'll start out cool. it's one of those days if you have the option of holding off to the afternoon, to go outside,
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to get errands done, we'll be in the 60s, the high of 65 hits around 3:30 or 4:00. tomorrow a lot warmer we get a warm front off to the north, a cold front well back to the west. the flow will be out of the south. we'll get up into the 70s tomorrow, before dipping back again gradually before we go toward the end of the workweek. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 65 is the high, mostly sunny, pleasant with winds on the light side, very seasonable, where you would expect to be this time of year. tomorrow, a lot better, 75 is the forecasted high. this does happen in october even in the ladder portion of the month and we are looking at plenty of sunshine on tuesday, and 75 is the high. wednesday, clouds and sun, chance of a hour. 68 degrees. thursday, cooler and 59 degrees.
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halloween looks partly cloudy during the afternoon high of 58. there's indication on some models we could get a shower moving in during the evening hours. whether it comes in fast enough to hinder trick or treaters too hard to say. we'll keep an eye on that. >> trouble in paradise, leaking lava is putting homeowners in hawaii on the brink of evacuation. >> it's time to did i go back in your pockets. two national retailers have pulled apple pay. >> reporter: checking out philadelphia woodhaven road at thornton road. looking good there. >> maybe this selfie thing is getting ridiculous, a new program offers a way for infants to take them and post them. >> reporter: no! >> are
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in upper marion dehaven street is closed between bill go minuting go road and over-- balligomingo road and overbrook lane. nasty accident in pitsgrove clem county. a single vehicle accident took out an electrical pole that took out the traffic light and another accident at harding highway 553. north buck road they are diverting traffic. use monroeville road or free bridge road instead. let's stay in new jersey, burlington county, we have emergency construction that's blocking the ramble from the turnpike northbound to exit 4 for 73. that's kind of a bad situation with 73 being so busy, a lot of people want to go there, you have to use exit 3 or 5. they don't know how long the ramp will be closed. they are doing emergency work. 36 in millville.
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47 in trenton. 42 in allentown. 45 in reading. after this chilly start it will be a nice day. 17 degrees cooler in millville. 11 degrees cooler in philadelphia. 13 degrees cooler in allentown. grab that jacket as you head out, tam. >> in hawaii dozens of residents are on alert as lava is moving toward their town. it is moving ten to 15 yards every hour, people are being told to evacuate by tomorrow. the volcano has remained continually active since 1983 with lava streams moving toward the town for the past two years. some pharmacies have stopped using apple pay. >> reporter: trouble for the just launched apple pay. right aid and cvs customers are saying it is no longer being
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accepted. sprint allows subscribers to lease an iphone for $30 a month and trade it in every year. there's good news for those who have photos stored on at which to wit pick. a last-minute deal with twitter will keep it alive for the time being. laura cornett has allowed infants to snap photos and post them to social media without their parents help. >> no comment needed. turnovers and penalties and defensive lapse are rarely a recipe for a win. they all contributed to a stunning loss in arizona. the eagles added a red zone fumble and ten penalties.
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the cardinals hung around and stole the game. the touchdown in the final minutes put arizona up. a late eagles rally failed to get the points. arizona won it, 24-20. >> it was tough, i got to make that play, that's the bottom line. >> the nfl trade deadline is 4:00 p.m. tomorrow, already online reports suggest the easily could try to trade nate allen, the eagles play in houston on sunday. 6:18. falling flat, frustrated car owners call on police to step up their search for tire stealers in the lehigh valley. a group of men save a man from his burning car just as it bursts into flames. >> reporter: dressing the kids you might want jackets, when we
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flames. everybody is okay. >> reporter: let's look outside in new jersey, that's 42 northbound traffic at creek road moving okay. southbound as you head toward 55. police activity off to the right shoulder in the process of clearing on out of this. you can see no major delay in either direction. i talked to the police in lehigh county there's an accident at creamery road a truck ran into a yard watch for that, dave. >> reporter: on the big board we have mainly temperatures in the low to mid 40 right now. by 9:00 we'll be up to 49 degrees on the bus stop or anywheres. noon, 58 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 64. your high today will be 65 degrees which is very seasonable for this time of year and we'll probably hit that at 4:00 we'll be back at 62 by 6:00 p.m. lots of sunshine, and winds not
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>> thieves are stealing car tires in the lehigh valley. one victim took video of his vehicle stripped down to the wheel frame. allentown police have seen a rise in thefts from the east side of the city since spring. an autopsy is scheduled today on a body found under a berks county bridge. the group of kayakers found the remains yesterday. the man was found in the schuylkill river that runs through reading. he had i.d. on him, but police
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have not confirmed his identity with relatives. a california sheriff killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest. along the way people held flags to honor michael davis' junior service. a husband and wife are under arrest and federal records show the husband was deported twice to mexico and had a drug conviction. david murphy is tracking a brief warmup. >> a group of fishermen save a mother and baby from drowning at here's an idea.
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>> new details are emerging about the woman and the child who are recovering from a dramatic water rescue at the jersey shore. >> philadelphia police deliver a message to atv riders if you get caught kiss the bikes goodbye for good. >> we have weather and traffic with david and karen. good morning.eather and traffic >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we are clear take a look at satellite as we don't have a significant amount of cloud cover overhead right now. you do need your coat early. my twitter follower christine in phoenixville reports 39 degrees. as you check out area temperatures, 49 in philadelphia. 42 in wilmington. 42 in allentown. 36 in millville, new jersey right now. the winds not all that strong running about 10 miles per hour in philadelphia a lot less than that elsewhere. it's back to school and back to the books, kids and back to
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work, too. looks like it will start out cool and stay that way. 8:00, 45 degrees. noon, 58. 3:00 p.m. 64 degrees, it will be sunny and not all that windy today and things imroo -- improving. the high is 64 around 4:00. karen it gets warmer tomorrow, and a couple of chances of showers, too, ahead in the seven day. >> reporter: cool this morning, but dry at least. we're moving okay on the schuylkill expressway that's westbound traffic, live at city avenue, you can see how slow it's getting. the traffic lights are out police are directing at south broad and patison avenue. we have an accident in the same area as the other one. one took out the traffic light and the another one happened at
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route 40, 553, use monroeville road or three bridge road. instead of buck road stick to 611. burlington county, this is the good news, the construction has cleared, the ramp for exit 4 at 73 has reopened. emergency construction affected you this morning. we've been talking about septa, although they have authorized a strike there is no current strike. everything is with septa is running on time with no problems, tam. >> thank you, karen. developing overnight one of the teenagers wounded by a student gunman at a washington state high school has died. 14-year-old succumbed to critical head injuries late last night. three other teens remain in an intensive care unit. police say a freshman, jaylen fryburg opened fire on his
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closest friends and family. >> we are devastated by this senseless tragedy. gia is our beautiful daughter and words cannot express how much we'll miss her. we made the decision to donate her organs so others may benefit. our daughter was loving and kind and this gift honors her life. >> a moment of silence will mark the time that the shootings occurred. classes are canceled all this week. the motive for the shootings remains under investigation. >> we are learning more information about a brave water rescue at the jersey shore. a fisherman saved a woman and child. katherine scott is live in the satellite center with the dramatic details. >> reporter: matt, the conditions in the area where this happened can be very rough and these men put their lives at risk in order to save the mother and baby. >> i saw the mother drawning and i --
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drowning and i want in. >> reporter: louis ortiz was at the jetty when he saw the woman in the water. >> i let her know i said i'm going to go in for you, but you can't panic and don't try to grab me, that's it, and i want in. >> reporter: the press of atlantic city reports the 23-year-old of atlantic city will be charged with second degree aggravated assault for throwing the baby in the bay and jumping in herself. fisherman tom bell retired firefighter went in after the baby. >> i did two mouth breathes and patted her on the batting and she spit up water. >> reporter: the jetty is dangerous, and the water is rough. the rescuers expressed relief that she survived, but have a lot of the questions. >> i'm thinking about why, what was going through that lady's mind to put herself and her
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child in danger like that. >> reporter: the woman is being held on $100,000 bail. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. new jersey governor chris christie is clarifying a new strict quarantine policy that could lead to a lawsuit. nurse casey hickok challenges the order that she has to spent three weeks in an isolation tent in a hospital in newark. a spokesman for governor christie stressed that home confinement would be used for residents and others when it was possible. philadelphia police are cracking down on illegal bikes in the city. under the new ordinance bike owners will not get them back. about 100 men we've had through traffic and -- weaved through
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traffic and cut off drivers. >> a defensive meltdown led the eagles to a 5-2. carson palmer hit rookie john brown for a 75-yard touchdown. arizona went up 4. nick foles marched the eagles in the red zone in the final seconds and needed a td and didn't get it down. the offense had two turnovers and committed 11 periods of time. >> we talk about it all the time. you can't turnover the football. especially in a game like this we turned it over twice inside the red zone you do that you'll lose the football game. >> i'm not going to let this defeat me, i know i'll move forward, each and every one of us are that's the kind of people we are. we move through adversity. >> the eagles face the texans
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in houston on sunday. >> ouch ouch ouch let's hope this weekend is better. let's turn to david with accuweather. >> reporter: we have no rain outside there's the shore looking at the atlantic city coastline toward ventnor, not a lot of rattling of the camera this morning, because the winds are light. a couple of highlights to your forecast, seasonable today, warm tomorrow before we transition back to cooler weather the second half of the workweek. 49 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 35. winds out of the west at 10. satellite shows you how the cloud cover is off to the north in new york state this will be fading away. we have a little bit of cloud cover popping up west of the appalachians, but generally speaking it will be bright and
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sunny and temperatures will improve, too. 45 degrees by 8:00. cool there, getting up to 60 by 11:00. 2:00 p.m., 64. we'll spend the day in the low to mid 60s, 65 by 3:30. 62 in trenton, 64 in wilmington. 64 in atlantic city. lots of sun and not much in a range in temperatures. tomorrow, high pressure down to the south fades off the coast, front stays well off to the west. of we'll get a nice southerly flow around the weds of that high. that will zoom us up to 75 degrees for the high it's really nice. it's late october at it is will not last. enjoy tomorrow while you've got it. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 65 is the high,s mostly sunny and nice. tomorrow, warmer, sun and clouds, a nice high of 75. on wednesday a front comes in
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increasing the clouds. 68. in the afternoon or evening a spotty shower is possible. behind that front, cooler on thursday, 59. friday, partly cloudy and 58 in the afternoon for hall weenl. halloween. unfortunately at night, some of the long-range models are suggesting a pop-up shower during the evening. we don't know if it will happen during trick or treating we'll keep our eye on that. cool on the weekend in the lower 50 50s. we have fallout from the south korean ferry disaster last spring. >> 422 eastbound is jammed from oaks to 23. already an 11 minute ride approaching trooper. slowing on i-95 details coming up. >> we'll tell you why fans fear they may never see robin
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>> 6:42, platt bridge, getting busy out there. i guess we can go to karen now. >> reporter: because it's getting busy out here. if you can flip the camera shot around, this is i-95 near allegheny that's southbound traffic heavy at this point from academy to cottman and the betsy ross bridge to girl. starting to -- girard, starting to jam up on i-95 southbound. we have an overturned vehicle marple township between lawrence and hastings boulevard. upper merion we have a road
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collapsed they shut down dehaven street near balligomingo road. gravel pike at knight road watch for an accident there. we have an accident a car ran into a yard they have crews holden valley road near creamery road in lehigh county. 206 rat retreat road a bunch of accidents it's busy out there, early this morning on a monday. look at the temperatures in the northwest. martins creek 40. 37 degrees in ken net square and saint davids it's a little better in the city, 45 degrees, but 36 in buena, 36 in gandys beach, 38 in dover. a chilly start to the day a nice afternoon ahead with lots of sunshine. >> this is new from the overnight prosecutors in south korea are demanding the death penalty for the captain of the
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ferry disaster back in the spring. 300 people were killed when the ship sank. they blame negligence and cargo overloading and slow rescue efforts. rescuers managed to get to the captain and free crew members first when the ferry began to go down. the search for eric frein entered the 7th full week in the poconos. a police are testing the blood found near her home in canadensis. it was found near her chicken coop and there's no evidence it came from animals. four band members are going ton trial accused of a brutal beating that led to the drum major's death three years ago. the band served one year and he thinks for the hazing and the college president at the time resigned.
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>> the u.s. military academy acknowledging misconduct involving the football program at westpoint. espn is reporting that army recruiters treated players to alcohol and gave the recruits cash from boosters and bus that included cheerleaders and police escort. army has disciplined 20 can cads and reprimanded two coaches. the findings were submit to the ncaa. saint louis outfielder oscar taberis was killed in the dominican republican. his girlfriend died. the cause of the accident is under investigation. >> 6:45, "good morning america" has much more coming up on the nurse currently under mandatory quarantine in new jersey. a live "g.m.a." preview is coming up. >> reporter: my twitter follower
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out calling her treatment inhumane we're live from university hospital new newark, new jersey where she remains in isolation. a red hot river of lava threatening a small town and targeting highways as well as homes. we'll have more on the dozens of families who are on high alert ready to evacuate. a second victim has died from the school shooting in washington state. we are hearing from the hero teacher who prevented this from being a bigger tragedy. we have superstar taylor swift is live, we have a lot of girls lined up outside in time square. they were waiting for taylor to reveal the lucky winner of the shake it off contest. one fan is heading to new york city to see taylor perform this thursday. very exciting day on "good morning america." back to you. >> this is supposed to be very
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poppy that album. sort of when deaf leopard released hysteria. >> reporter: very poppy. >> reporter: this is the 30 bypass at 322 that's eastbound traffic you can see it jammed. slow go on the 30 bypass. a traffic lights are out at south broad street and pattison avenue. 13 southbound is open between 295 and 141. way to go construction guys for clearing that out. >> reporter: way to go, karen. we have temperatures in the 40s and 37 in oxford and ken net square. 40 in pottstown and 41 in quakertown and 45 in chester anticipate center city. pretty much the same story in south jersey, 30s in buena, gandys beach, woodbine. 46 in cinnaminson and upper 30s in dover and smyrna.
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we're still below the 50-degree mark by 9:00. getting up to closer to 60 by noon. we spend the afternoon in the 60s with a 3:00 p.m. temperature of 64 high of 65 around 4:00. winds are light, lots of sun today, matt and tam. >> the current season of dance dance -- "dancing with the stars" tonight theme is spooky. they will don their halloween costumes. they will perform three star routines. "dancing with the stars" airs tonight on 6abc starting at 8:00. >> robin williams final film may never make it to theaters. he plays a married man who falls in love with a male prostitute. despite positive reviews, they
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men rescued a woman and her baby in atlantic city. the woman is in jail and could facing a evaluated assault. septa's largest union has authorized a strike. a walkout is not i am -- immanent. young employees have been working without a contract in 7 months. the eagles had a stunning loss in arizona. they turned the ball over 3 times and committed 11 penalties. >> reporter: this is a live look at montgomery eastbound traffic heavy from conshohocken to the curve and montgomery to girl. we had a handful of accidents not on the schuylkill expressway, but one on white marsh township and joshua road and second street. an accident involving an overturned vehicle on warren boulevard. >> reporter: we have chilly temperatures, not a lot of wind, temperatures in the 40s in most
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