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we are live at his preliminary hearing. and a man wanted for carjacking and robbing a priest in south jersey. but first search for three people that shot a man during a robbery. the man remains hospitalized after the robbery in the logan section of philadelphia. but despite his injuries he was able to give information on his attackers. katherine scott joins us live from the crime scene. >> reporter: that is right the victim remains in critical condition at the hospital but before he passed out he told police three people were behind the attack, two men and one woman, the attack happened right here on this corner neighbors around here are shocked. there were some witnesses and they were taken to northwest detectives to be interviewed. >> my husband was watching the
basketball game and heard the gunshots. >> attacking and stabbed and robbed. police were called to logan last night, officers found a man on the sidewalk bleeding heavily. >> he had stab wounds to his back and at least one gunshot wound to his thigh and puncture marks in his face. >> he was conscious and able to speak to officers. >> when police found him and picked him up from the sidewalk he was talking and said he was the victim of a robbery. >> they stole his watch cell phone and wallet and detective were out this morning talking to witnesses. they want people to be aware of what happened last night. i'll call an immediate block meeting just to alert the neighbors of what is going on if
they haven't heard and to be mindful and cautious and careful. >> reporter: there is one of those nearby cameras that police are hoping to pull footage from, and the suspects fled towards somerville. they believe he is a man in his 20s or early 30s, but you again this remains under investigation and northwest investigators want to hear from you with any tips. philadelphia police are also looking for a man that killed his wife in a house on the logan section. the man told his family he told his 29-year-old girlfriend at 7:30, authorities found her dead in a front bedroom and they are still trying to find the weapon and suspect. there is new video of two home invasion suspects who put a bag over their victim's head and put him in the van at gun
point. they ambushed the man as he walked into his apartment in german town monmorning that man and a woman were put into a silver or gray van the suspects let them go several hours later they got away with an ipad jewelry and $400. wedding d.j. and photographer is in court facing a long list of charges. police allege danielmilewicky. they found pornography at his home and a human size cage in his basement. vernon odom is at milewicky's hearing hearing. a man is wanted after robbing a pharmacy he showed a
gun and stole adderall from rite aid he drove the stolen car before he jumped out and ran, they believe he is the same suspect that robbed a pharmacy in logan township. he was wearing the same hard hat in both incidents. we are finally getting relief from the humidity sky 6 hd is locking live at the jersey shore and that beach in atlantic city, boy does it look nice, sunny and comfortable outside, a nice change after the string of steamy days. karen rogers is outside enjoy the sunshine in for david murphy with the latest. >> it's shining brightly we see clouds overall fill in and mix with the sun lets look at satellite 6 along with action radar you can see that in motion, we have clear sunny skies and some high clouds are starting to stream in a little
bit and the rain near washington and pittsburgh and that is on the way for tonight and into tomorrow. lets look at the temperatures now, we are warming up 82 degrees in philadelphia, went up 2 degrees the last hour, only 70 in pittsburgh and 72 in buffalo cooler to the north and west where they have the rain, and how about the dew points this morning they were in the 50s and we bumped up to 63 degrees in philadelphia, that means it's not oppressive, but any time you have 60 to 65 degrees it's slightly humid. but a break from the weather the last couple of days, if you want to head out today why not. plan your barbecue. less humid today than it was yesterday. a good amount of that sunshine and increasing clouds through the afternoon but still really nice, by 5:00 p.m. 89 degrees
and we go down to 73 degrees, so a nice evening ahead. and changes in the overnight hours, some of those rains could be heavy at times and this will impact your morning commute more on that coming up in the accuweather forecast. >> thank you. well, rain left over from tropical storm bill is causing more flooding in texas one condo complex was surrounded by high water and drivers were slowed by water in the suburbs, the region was already recovering from dangerous floods earlier this month. flash floods remain in effect for arkansas and oklahoma. police are expanding their search for the two escaped killers in upstate new york, they broke out of prison using power tools back on june 6th investigators released photos of what they may look like now
after 12 days on the run they are focusing on a six square mile area and now they are expanding the manhunt. a young shark attack survivor is telling his tale from the hospital bed, one of two children recovering from a shark attack this week. karen travers is following the story live from washington. >> reporter: good afternoon. it is remarkable that 16 huntser is talking about this attack that happens a couple of days ago, he felt is jump out of water and take a vicious bite out of his arm. >> on the 911 tape can you hear the terror. >> a massive shark jumping out of water on sunday attacking a teenage boy and ripping his arm straight off. 16-year-old hunter is speaking
out from his hospital bed. >> i didn't see it coming i felt it on my leg he was wading in waist deep water when the unthinkable happened. his cousin helped to get him out of water beach goers jumped in to stop the bleeding before he was air-lifted for surgery. >> they kind of wheeled me into the er 25 people there it was quite a spectacle, i was conscious and aware i like to think. >> kirsten lost a portion of her left arm below the elbow she is in stable condition but has a long road to recovery. he is keeping a possive attitude about his options, there is only one option, and that is to try
to fight and live a normal life with the cards i have been dealt. >> officials in north carolina say without the quick action bye bye standers this could have been a much worse accident and that made a huge difference. karen travers, channel 6 "action news." >> karen thank you. a collision on the pennsylvania turnpike injured a man and killed two dogs, chopper 6 hd was above the accident on the eastbound lanes of turnpike at the heaton exit in lower moore land county. the van slammed into it at 1:00 this morning, the van was carrying 80 dogs and puppies in cages, the driver was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries four men in the other vehicle were not hurt. >> still to come on "action news" at noon, two people escape
a burning new york city taxi cab, what the passenger did after the driver saved her life. and what a new report revealed about american families, and meteorologist karen rogers, has your seven-day forecast. there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even
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a tiger after it escaped from a zoo in the country of georgia, they assured people that all the loose animals were killed but failed to account for a tiger that was hiding in a nearby factory, it attacked a construction worker that arrived for his job this morning. the georgian government is now criticizing zoo officials for giving out incorrect information, and now pay man charged with arranging a shootout in an anti-islam attack in texas also wanted to attack the super bowl, he allegedly plotted the siege at a cartoon contest and he discussed attacking last february's super bowl in glendale, arizona, the judge denied him bail, two top military leaders are defending the way president obama has handled the fight against isis,
defense secretary ash carter are testifying today to the committee the panel says the u.s. has not taken enough action to deal with the dangerous situation in the middle east and they are questioned about u.s. strategies to stop the militants. and a yellow taxi burst into flames in new york city, the fire erupted in the middle of madison avenue and fortunately the driver heard a sparking noise under the steering wheel and warned the passenger to get out. the driver lost his wallet, cash and drivers license in the fire and the passenger offered him money for saving her life but he refused to take it. a dog arrived at a hospital e.r. who was injured in an accidents. she was thrown from the suv in the crash and a security guard
says he spotted the dog running towarded the emergency room. >> i never had a dog running towards me before and find out there was a traumatic event and it was a unique experience. >> the dog's owner 29-year-old ronald cooper was rushed to rochester general hospital after hitting a light pole, he faces driving without a license and driving under the influence and they found cocaine in the vehicle too. a new nba champion the warriors out lasted the cavaliers they won 105 to 97 and it was seen right here on 6 abc the big win came on the road, in lebron james's home town of cleveland crowds in downtown oakland took to the streets to celebrate the big win. still to come on "action news" at noon, the maker of botox is making a big move. >> plus, coming up in the next
company needs more employees to keep up with shipping and deliveries. starbucks is giving up on some of their bakery businesses they will close all of their cafes by the end of september. they bought the bakery chain in 2012 they will shut down because starbucks can no longer support them. >> all right the maker of botox is shelling out billions to buy a newly approved double chin treatment. they will buy it for 2.1 billion there's in a cash and stock deal they are getting ready to launch an injection that can melt double chins away over several treatments. it appears the number of women having babies is on the rise again the number of births increased last year since the first time since 2007, since the
recession and 53000 more babies were born than the year before and teen births reached another historic low. the "action news" team is out working on news story for today at 4:00. it's the kickoff of the music festival in delaware and people are coming in and we'll have more on the concerts that will bring huge crowds and traffic headaches to the area. and a bridal gown extravaganza, where you can fine gowns as cheap as $99. looking at the center city skyline, karen rogers has the seven-day forecast for you when "action news" at noon continues.
karen is here with your accuweather forecast had. what a difference a day makes. >> yes humidity has dropped since yesterday and it feels better and some sunshine stayed behind the clouds and stom-showing us we are dry in the area, and we are getting rain later on tonight though. lets go outside and see what is looks like right now lets go to the beach it's just that kind of day live in cape may, sky 6 hd i don't see anyone in the ocean yet. the umbrella is blowing a bit. a nice sea breeze kicking in as well. temperatures 82 degrees rights now in philadelphia and the dew point 63 and yesterday dew points were in the 70s, we feel a big difference with the humidity and winds to the east at 7 miles per hour, and the pressure is holding steady satellite 6 along with action radar showing we are in the clear all morning and some high clouds streaming in and the rain
is not far off and that is hitting us late tonight in the overnight hours and the first part of your commute tomorrow as well. lets take a look at what you can ep joy today. we saw everyone down at the beach, we'll have a sea breeze and sunshine mixing with clouds and staying nice there at the beach, a nice change for what we had yesterday looking at the forecast for the city 83 at 3:00 p.m., by 5:00 p.m. 81 degrees and high clouds mixing in more, and 7:00 p.m. 76 degrees and 9:00 p.m. 71. and we have rain coming overnight. here is future tracker 6 coming in at 6:00, i think it all holds off until late tonight and then 2:30 in the morning, you can see showers and real rain developing in spots be careful if you are out in the overnight hours we'll have a mix of showers in some spots and rain coming down
in others kind of a wet morning compute for you and it lingers for part of the day this is a lunch time view, showing dreary and damp, 84 and sunshine and clouds and lower humidity than we saw yesterday, tomorrow it's the morning rain with mostly cloudy skies and we turn our eyes to the remnants of tropical storm bill and how that impacts us we'll see some of that affecting us by sun. sunshine mixing with clouds and 84 degrees, a nice day and in the overnight hours we get the rain into tomorrow. tomorrow especially wet for the morning commute and cloudy and showers at times and 79 degrees, holding the temperature way down, friday partly sunny and we could see a shower early and then partly sunny and 85. and saturday clouds and sun and 85 basically dry and a couple chances for a thunderstorm late in the day sunday different
story, clouds and sun for the gary papa run, and we could have downpours later as well. monday 90 and tuesday mostly cloudy skies and 87 degrees, the accuweather team is getting together for the first ever summer storm special. thank you for the applause keeping you safe airs tomorrow we are all involved and i take you behind the scenes and show you how to put the forecast today, and cecily shows you how to break out of a car in a dangerous situation. >> i think i make a cameo in this special. >> i show you how to walk from your car to the front door and dodge the rain. thank you karen. two students athe a buck county elementary school were likely the most popular kids here today. they arrived in style in a limo, and they brought the outfielder,
donald trump's bold entry into the white house and his controversial comments to abc news. and kicked out of the gym because of his looks allegations of racism against planet fitness. and a photographer and d.j. is due in court because of sexual assault and child pornography. vernon odom is live in westchester with more on the story. >> reporter: there has been a lot of lurid testimony so far in court but at this hour, the preliminary hearing continues but according to his attorney, they do