tv Action News WPVI November 10, 2014 6:00am-7:01am EST
>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this monday, november 10. breaking this morning. >> three people and a child are sickened from carbon monoxide that filled their south jersey home overnight. >> rally for ryan there's an out pouring for expert for a chester county 6-year-old whose little brother was viciously tortured and killed. >> mark sanchez will have his first start tonight abbey try to keep the eagles on top are the nfc east. >> fly eagles fly. let's find out what it's going
to be like and go outside to david murphy. it will be a chilly start, let's start you with satellite, we'll see clouds out to the west, most of these will thin enough and falling apart a bit where we should be sunshine the whole way today. 38 degrees the number in philadelphia, that number has dipped in the last half-hour. down the shore you're in the low 40s. winds are light, only 3 miles per hour in philadelphia and those zeros you see are calm winds and not much of a factor. as we get outdoors to catch the bus, we'll go into the low 40s by 9:00 a.m. chilly but no wind. 41 degrees on the 6abc storm tracker 6 live app.
the high is 61 citizen 2:00. karen, when i step inside we stay mild for the next couple of days before we start to chill down. i'll have the more in the seven day. >> reporter: we have a vehicle fire on germantown pike. emergency workers will be coming to the scene with the vehicle fire happening. this is the schuylkill expressway near the blue route, no problems on the schuylkill expressway, just a little building volume eastbound if you're coming in from paoli or devon, you're looking okay. the ramp from the westbound conshohocken is reopened for part of the weekend. cottman that's southbound traffic heading toward center city a little building volume, but no big delay, just yet in new jersey, a 14 minute ride from the ac expressway to walt whitman bridge. in delaware, looking good with no major problems on i-95. >> this story is breaking right
now, carbon monoxide sent two adults and a child to the hospital in south jersey. "action news" reporter, katherine scott is live in winslow, camden county. katherine sounds like the levels are something. >> reporter: they were, tam, the levels dangerously high. the family of three are at the hospital. we are not told about their condition at this time. emergency crews have cleared out of the block after stabilizing the home. the 911 call came in before 4:00 a.m. for the report of an unconscious woman in the home in a stone hall development in winslow township. when ems units arrived, a child answered the door and collapse the. the fire department was called in, and the child and the two adults were taken to the hospital. the readings were highest in the
basement. this neighbor heard the commotion this morning and told not to come near the home and has plans to get his own system checked. >> it is scary, and we always check system here to his what's going on, now we'll have skin someone coming in and double check behind us, it's a dangerous situation. >> and back here live after officials have stabilized the home they vented for quite sometime to bring the levels down, the battalion chief chief said they have not been able to determine at the levels were working, he said the levels were so high the carbon monoxide could have sach sat rated the
detecter also. a house fire broke out in east mount airy this morning. fire crews found smoke pouring out of the second floor. they rescued the woman out of the second-story window. she is in stable condition. police found a man slurched behind -- slumped behind the wheel. the man was not carrying identification. he died around 8:00 p.m. a chester county community struggling with the murder of scottie mcmilan, a bike club focused on 6-year-old ryan yesterday. they held a toy and clothing drive for the youngster. his mother and her boyfriends are charged with brutally
beating and killing scottie. dozens came together yesterday to help in some way to ease ryan's pain. >> we're asking for gifts and clothing for schools. such as coats, jackets and gloves things to keep him warm for the winter. >> what they are doing is a great cause. >> it's beautiful. we need this. >> so far there's no word on when scottie's funeral will takes place. >> general motors could be in a lot more trouble over the faulty ignition switches. maribel abers tells us about new information coming to light. >> reporter: gm ordered half a million replacement ignition switches months before it told they had a problem. they did not announce the recall until two months after the order in february. 30 derts have been linked to
the -- deaths have been linked to the switches. 17,000 kids you under the e of 6 have eaten or inhale or scwirted the liquid concentrate into their eyes. the color packets of detergent closely look like candies or teething toy. right now futures point to a higher open. a second philadelphia casino license will be awarded next tuesday. four companies are vying for the license. a list of candidates was higher, but steve win and another company dropped out of competition. >> the eagles take on the panthers under the monday night spotlight they hope to remain in first place with mark sanchez
with his first start as an eagle. coach chip kelly said he is not worried about sanchez taking over the offense. sanchez committed 52 turn overs during his final season in new york, but led the jets to the championships twice. we'll hear from sanchez at 6:00 a.m. we'll have a pregame show counts down to kickoff at 8:00 p.m. and eagles game at 8:30. >> sounds like a great night for football, cold, but not too cold. cold in the right way. >> reporter: and not winds. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry to start out the morning. as we look outside sky 6 the skies are getting brighter we have the promise of decent sunshine and probably holding sunshine in play as we go through the day. as we look at the numbers across the region. 38 degrees in philadelphia.
cold enough 0 for a coat, certainly. 31 in allentown and millville. and ups and downs the coast, low 40s currently. satellite showing how we have sun coming in off the horizon a little while. clouds to the west of us appear to be breaking apart a little bit and overall we think the clouds will be thin enough and sparse enough to give you a mostly sunny feel for most of the day and bringing in that always on day planner for those of you watching in hd. mostly sunny skies despite the cloud cover out to the west. i will aen town, sun and sweep of clouds occasionally. a pleasant high of 60 which is above average for this time of year. winds very light. down the shore, lots of sun, cool, lights winds, high of 64. in philadelphia high of 61. ful mostly sunny, cool, but nice. that 61 is a couple of degrees above average. winds will be light in the single tickets all the way
today. here's how the numbers progress, 41 by 8:00. 11:00 feeling better by 62. by 5:00 p.m. we're back down to 55. if you have optional outdoor plans maybe you're picking up the television that blew down on the lawn. noon to 3:00 p.m. is the best time period in terms of temperature if you're doing errands. as we look at currents temperatures you can see the influx of cold air like everybody has been talking about that's going to be marching down into the central portion of the country over the next several days. 23 degrees in bismarck. as that cool air comes east it will moderate, but temperatures do dip and it will be chillier
toward the end of week. tomorrow, milder, 67 conditions for veterans day and ceremonies in the afternoon. wednesday a mix of clouds and sun, 65. thursday, we'll be in the 30s in the morning kind of like this morning and 51 degrees in the afternoon. friday is what it gets especially chilly. high of 43. saturday brisk and cold, high of 44 degrees. it will be below freezing in the morning on saturday morning and feeling worse than that low 40s would suggest because of the brisk wind. >> okay, great. 6:11 up next take a look at the week ahead including a new winter tradition ready to open for. >> an american held hostage is final back home when he arrived does something you or i would do as well. karen. no audio. i'll have the details on this one on the blue route at baltimore pike. we have an accident to talk about and another disabled when
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that are dealing with the cold weather that has swooped in. david said it will feel like your typical november weather around here. >> it is 21 degrees in minneapolis. >> reporter: looking live in delaware county, the blue route southbound at baltimore pike. we have a disabled vehicle, police benefit dot tow truck on the scene. during the commercial break things are looking good southbound on the baltimore pike no delays. northeast extension northbound past the mid county tolls we have blocking right lane watch for restrictions there. vehicle fire plymouth township germantown pike. 422 eastbound from we
there's construction. watch for that. it's below freezing in martins creek. 31 in quakertown. 32 in pilots. 34 in center city. in some of the suburbs in south jersey, 29 degrees we dipped to in hammonton, right now. cold start. 31 in glassboro. 33 in dover, delaware. no weather-related problems, an early chill and decent afternoon with sunshine, tam. >> this is brand new at 6:00 a.m. one person is dead after a crash in north hampton county. you can see the wreckage from the accident on 1435 blue mountain drive. there was a huge response from police and emergency crews. investigators have not said what caused the crash or told us the victim's name. >> president obama is in beijing his first stop in the week tour of asia. the president arrived and began the asian pacific economic
summit. the president will make stops in australia and myanmar the first sitting president of a country to visit two years ago. the annual veterans parade in lower makefield township took place yesterday. many federal offices and banks and schools will be closed tomorrow. the new rothman institute ice rink at dillworth park opens on friday. it will remain open 7 days a week through february 22. >> 6:17, still ahead, kenneth bae is back in america, what he did after he got back to the u.s. after years in a north korean prison. >> a college professor is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from nasa. the find out how investigators say he did it. >> reporter: we're dressing kids in the sweatshirts because of
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i was just wow. >> bae is a korean american missionary. his sister said he'll continue to work for a better north korea. >> reporter: let's check traffic on the tacony-palmyra we have a bridge opening at any time. head to the betsy ross bridge instead. traffic is currently moving, but it will be stopped very soon. sports express lines will run every ten minutes for the eagles game tonight. market frank for line extra service, as well starting at 6:30. on the big board we have temperatures in the 30s across the region without much wind, but cool enough for coats. by 9:00 if you're holding off to head to the bus stop or the el. 45 degrees. 56 degrees at noon. a little above average around 61 hitting around 2:00. still not balanced. by 6:00 we're getting cooler if
you have the option of being out at some point today. you can pick and choose from 1 to 3:00 p.m. is the mildest part of the day. on the big board at the airport, all green aircraft. while there are clouds, no rain in our most commonly traveled deaths nations. >> with cold and flu season upon us you may want to take extra precautions so you don't get sick, where are the germs lurking? here's ali gorman. >> reporter: germs are everywhere. we find the dirtiest things you touch everyday. we swab surfaces to show you where germantown are lurking and -- germs are lurking and what you need to do to protect yourself tonight on "action news" at 11:00. >> the sixers are 7 games into their young season and they have yet to win a single game. the team was in the toronto to
take on the raptures. the final score was lopsided as nerlens noel just watched. they are the only team in the nba without a win. the flyers are dealing with another injury on the blue line luke shenn will miss two weeks because of the crash into the board, he hurt his shoulder. >> a local college professor is accused of scamming nasa. >> katherine scott is in south jersey where toxic fumes sent a family to the hospital overnight. >> reporter: that's right, matt, a family of three were rushed to the hospital after they found dangerously high levels of carbon monoxide incoming.
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monitoring period. after protesting the isolation she returned to maine where she divide orders to stay inside. she has not shown symptoms of ebola. >> a lehigh university professor is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from nasa. he created a fake business to apply for grants from nasa and pocketed the money. he requested $600,000 for one project alone, but didn't do any work. he said he has no involvement with the company, but the criminal complaint shows the only office is in ding's home in center valley. >> two witnesses join forces to rescue a police officer from a burning car, the fiery wreck as you see caught on video. ♪
>> breaking right now, three people end up in the hospital after sickened in their home by carbon monoxide. the hospital a child is one of the victims. we're live at the scene. >> a car goes so far off the road it lands on the second floor of the home in delaware. we're hearing from the people who were inside when it happened. >> the eagles get ready for an monday night matchup at the linc. hear from mark sanchez as he gets ready for his first start with the birds. >> good morning, everybody, david and karen have weather and traffic. >> reporter: good morning, guys, we have sunshine coming up over the horizon. i'll start you with satellite, coastal loud -- clouds are far enough away from us, and we'll get sun up in the east. we have clouds in the west but
we'll have sun most of the day. 33 in wilmington. 31 in allentown. low 40s do you want shore. as we head outside to catch the bus over the next couple of hours we're looking at temperatures in the 30s or low 30s between a half-hour ago up until 8:00. it's bright, but chilly. if you're heading to school, kids or work or anywhere else, 41 degrees on the storm tracker 6 live app by 8:00. noon 66, 60 by 3:00 dropping down from a high of 61. karen what are the roads looking like? >> reporter: they told me about this accident on 206 near the farmer market in the area watch for it near columbus jobs town road. a vehicle hit a deer. watch for that. tacony-palmyra bridge you can see it up right now traffic stopped on both sides, it's a northbound ship head to the betsy ross bridge he had instead. no problems with the betsy ross
bridge. the tacony-palmyra is up. we have an update on the accident off on the shoulder, mid county past the tolls, 4 miles or so. watch for that accident off to the side. i would expect slowing in that area. this vehicle fire was cleared and on germantown pike. a new accident on swamp pick pike at knifer road. >> a family was sickened by toxic fumes in their camden county home. the levels were so high inside firefighters could not go in. katherine scott is live at the scene. >> reporter: matt, that family of three is in the hospital. they remain there and people around here were saying people from the church were going to check on them. the levels were highest in the basement. the belief is that the source was the heater or water heater. the fire department was able to
stabilize the home. the 9 11 call came in before 4:00 a.m. when police arrived a little girl answer the the door and chanced in front of them. we're told two adults were unconscious inside. the fire department was called in, the child and two adults were taken to two different hospitals. neighbors say a methodist pastor in a nearby church lives here with his wife daughter. battalion chief said they have not determine if there were carbon monoxide detecter also in the home. >> 900 parts per million causes coma and convulsions win minutes. so it's pretty dangerous. your normal carbon monoxide detecter will alert around 35 parts per million. >> reporter: and back here live on the scene where firefighters
have cleared out of here, they were venting the house to drop the carbon monoxide leaves to zero. they did stabilize the home. no other homes were evacuated in the area. the neighbors said when they heard the commotion keep their distance and stay by their home and not go near this one. >> brand new this morning, a fast-moving fire damaged two row homes in the city of chester. it started before 11:30 on caldwell street. it started in one home and spread to a second before they could put out the flames. nobody was hurt. investigators have not said what caused the fire. >> a driver in delaware was so out of the control in his car his car landed on the second floor of a home. the family was home when they
heard the wreck. the does an hit their three cars destroying all of them and then it filmed midair and slammed into a second story bedroom. >> walk into the hallway and saw that part of the wall collapsed and large cedar wardrobe was knocked over and things were strewn and realized what we were looking at was the tail pipe. >> can you imagine? the 27-year-old driver went to the hospital, but medics say he has minor injuries. they are checking the home to see if it is structure safe. >> a man shot his son and then shot himself. the son said his father shot him and the investigators found the dad in another house on the same block. barry shot himself in the head and died yesterday afternoon.
police say the father and son were arguing over money. >> we're hearing from two men who rescued a philadelphia police officer. that officer was trapped in a burning car. cell phone video shows when the car burst into flames after the collided with another car. joseph chambers is a volunteer firefighter from ridley park. he and another man donte johnson worked to get him out safely. >> he said i can't feel my legs. >> if we hadn't got him out in time, he would have been hurt bad. >> the officer and the driver of the other car are in the hospital, but they are expected to be okay. >> the eagles take on the carolina panthers tonight at lincoln financial field. everybody will be watching mark sanchez. he'll be making his first start
for the eagles and his first overall start in two years. he missed last season for a shoulder injury. the jets cut him loose for turnovers which he did during the victory last week. >> i've been on this national stage in college in the pros. we have a heck of a team, it's not like i have to go and invent something out there. this is going to be fun, i'm excited. >> eagles fans will notice a familiar face on the panthers sidelines, jason avant will be on the sidelines after playing 8 seasons with the birds. >> we'll cover the game on phl 17 eagles pregame special, countdown to kickoff. >> reporter: i like jason avant,
i hope he doesn't give me any reason not to like him tonight. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're looking at dry conditions for the monday morning commute. sky 6 showing sunshine building over the horizon. we're starting to see things get brighter out there. there's not a whole lot of cloud cover out there. another thing i'll point out to you look how rock-sold this stammer is. it's not bouncing because there's no wind. the winds are running at 3 miles per hour. not a lot of winds to worry about, we won't bother talking windchill. satellite and radar showing there's cloud cover sweeping in from the west. you can see it breaking apart a little bit. what does filter in will be high and thin. we'll winds up with mostly sunny skies at through the day. here's the day planner for everybody else who isn't watching hd.
41 degrees by 8:00. 52 by at 11:00. 61 degrees is the high and we'll dip back down to 51. 62 in cape may. will also might be milder. for the eagles, monday night football, national audience, the game being televised on our partner, channel 17 at 8:30. pregame at 8:00 i believe. cool, calm, not a lot of wind as long as you put on layers beneath the eagles jersey you're in good shape tonight. tomorrow it's mild we have a front to our west. we'll continue a southwesterly flow. we'll get into the upper 60s for veterans day staying mild wednesday before we start to see the temperatures come down again. national weather forecasters everybody has been talking about this since the beginning of the weekend. we're getting set for a crush of
colder air coming down from canada. you can see it coming into north dakota and minute -- minnesota. as that cold air shifts east it will moderate. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly sunny, 61 today. 67 for veterans day great tomorrow for outdoor ceremonies. 65 on wednesday. thursday, high of 51 degrees after starting out with similar numbers we have this morning we'll be in the 30s. friday we'll start out in the low 30s, mid 30s in philadelphia. lie of 43 on saturday. saturday, brisk and cold, high of 44. of the plenty of sunshine, but it will feel chillier than that because of a brisk wind. looks like there will be rain on sunday depending on the track of a coastal low. >> a deadly plane crash in the caribbean. next what we know about the wreck and the prominent person
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it, it is snowing to beat the band. that's a lot of snow coming down there. you can see what we're dealing with dealing with winter-like weather in fall. >> out there it's cold, here it will be in the 60s. >> reporter: not bad. i feel like i'm emotional scarred from last winter. let's go outside and look at 422. no weather-related problems affecting your morning commute. we're we're kellie, but traffic is heavy at saint gabe's curve. we have an accident on the northeast extension off to the shoulder, we expect slowing in the area northbound a few miles past the mid county tolls. watch for that one. let's look at the big picture and check out the speeds. 19 miles per hour southbound near girard. schuylkill expressway westbound
jammed 13 miles per hour, 34 near girard. the eagles play at # 30:00. you -- 8:30. you might want to take the sports express trains that will alleviate the traffic. i told you about the accident in burlington county 206 that cleared. it was an accident involving a deer. the watch for that. below freezing in spots, even though the afternoon will feel good it's cold this morning. 32 in trenton. 32 in wilmington. 38 in philadelphia. it will be 61 degrees, we'll take it. >> thank you karen. >> we're starting off in nigeria, a suicide bomber dressed in a school uniform killed 48 high school students. he detonated the bomb in the northeastern part of the country. officials think the terror grou.
a soldier was stabbed in tel aviv. tension have been high in the region with several attacks by palestinian militants in recent weeks. >> developing right now, evangelical pastor miles monroe and his wife and nine others were killed in a plane crash in the bahamas. officials say the plane crashed on approach to the grand about a last night. >> an army veteran who returned home from afghanistan was shot and killed at his welcome home party in los angeles. francisco garcia was murdered on a sidewalk as his family and friends watch.
a man got out of the suv and grabbed a handgun from another person and started shooting. the killer is still on the loose. >> 6:47 parts of the county are waking up to a snowstorm. take a look at video out of the south dakota. it's been piling up for hours. "good morning america" has the chilly details up next. david. >> reporter: speaking of chilly we're in the 30s across the region. not a lot of wind, we're dressing the kids in sweatshirts. philadelpia college of osteopathic medicine is our college of the morning. we'll be back with the day-park forecast silent night not so silent? with sleep number, now there's an adjustment for that. give the gift of amazing sleep, only at a sleep number store.
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the front yard is here live. we go one on one with a grizzly bear. we'll let you know what to do to increase your odds of survival. coming up we have katie holmes and the muppets, matt and tam. >> i hope that includes animal my favorite are muppet. >> reporter: you did a good impression. i want to know who they got to volunteer to do that grisly beer. >> reporter: we have a disabled car approaching girard just cleared. a slow going to on i-95. concord road in bethel delaware county. at chichester an accident just came in a second ago. septa sports express line will run every ten minutes for the
big eagles game tonight at 8:30. they will add extra service on the market-frankford line. >> reporter: 38 degrees, below freezing in millville and allentown. the freezing mark on the nose in trenton and 33 in reading and wilmington. low 40s down the shore. as we roll through the day, if you're running errands hold off until the afternoon when it will be milder. noon, 56. 60 degrees by 3:00 p.m. high today of 61 around 2:00 p.m. 52 by 6:00 p.m. winds light and the high temperature above average. we'll be right back party on people! blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale continues celebrating with 20% off the entire store. you heard right, 20% off the entire store.
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called 911 briefly passed out when he opened the door. he did manage to open the door. his wife and 7-year-old daughter was unconscious in the live room. once all received medical treatment they did regain conscienceusness. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: we have a busy commute a problem on 422 an accident involving a tractor-trailer. you see the heavy traffic at 29. eastbound traffic the tractor-trailer off to the side. we have a car facing the wrong way in the median there. that's on the shoulder. that's past royals ford to -- royersford to 29. >> reporter: we're chilly with temperatures in the 30s. we have high of 61 a couple of degrees above average. lights winds and lots of sun
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