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while they were driving in north philadelphia. we'll have the latest in a live report. >> police pull a man trapped after his car was stuck on train tracks in delaware. >> a fight is going on in south carolina and social media over the confederate flack after 9 people were attacked in a racially charged attack. good morning 5:30, i'm tamala edwards along with nydia han. let's find out what's going on with the weather and the monday morning commute. >> reporter: today it's sticky, today it's going to be hot but we have a chance, there's a front that's dropped through and in the process of pushing toward the coast. behind it it will be hot but the humidity levels will drop in the afternoon we're getting a more comfortable quality of air coming into play. 76 degrees in philadelphia. still 69 in allentown, 68 in
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reading, a little more comfortable in the lehigh valley. and 77 in sea isle city, 72 along the boardwalk in atlantic city. if you're heading out early this morning, between 6:00 and 8:00, 73 by 6:00. 77 by 8:00. it will be sticky, you'll feel old that as we go into the morning after the sun is up. 77 by 8:00. 87 by noon in time of in -- in the 90s in the afternoon. the high is 91 around 4:00 p.m. asasas it gets hotter, the humidity is improving. tomorrow we get hotter and thunderstorms, some which could strong. >> reporter: vine street expressway, westbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill construction is cleared and
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crews will return at 11:00 p.m. each night this week to shut it down. this is the blue route approaching mcdade boulevard. we have a disabled struck southbound. in hat field we had an accident that cleared at cow path road at fair grounds road. traffic moving better. tacony-palmyra bridge was scheduled to go up at 5:20, we see the ship in the distance at this point. tacony-palmyra hasn't gone up just yet but it will momentarily, stick to the betsy ross bridge instead. 42 northbound at creek road moving just fine. i expect later it will get busy with people coming back from the shore tam. >> thank you karen gunfire erupted in north philadelphia lacing the side of the car with bullets. police are looking for the shooter. katherine scott is live at hanheman university hospital following the story all morning
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with the latest, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tam two men were injured in all this, one of them actually walked out of the hospital with an officer and got into a police car, both men were in stable condition, one of them drove to the hospital in the car that was shot out, and you can see that vehicle is parked outside of hanheman's emergency room right now. there are bullet holes in the vehicle. there's one in the windshield and one in the drivers side door, the driver's window was shot out. this happened a11th street near west styles in north philadelphia arnltdz -- around # a.m. police say someone shot bullets into the car. one man got out and ran to his home, a woman drove him to the hospital. the other man drove himself to the hospital in the shot-out car. they know that one carr -- car is here your -- correspond --
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cordoned off. we're live at hanheman, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> we're following a developing story police are investigating a murder in the northeast section of philadelphia. gurn -- gunfire erupted along scatter good street. police tell "action news" a 21-year-old man was shot and pronounced dead a short time later. no word on who murder murdered or gunned down the victim. >> police officers saved a man's life before a freight train smashed into his car. the elderly driver was trying to make a turn when his car got stuck on the railroad trackings. two police officers got him out just before the train hit. the officers are okay him the force of the crash pushed the
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car 100 feet. 5:34, the search goes on for a gunman who opened fire at a west philadelphia block party it happened at 41st and ogden our man waited until it was dark to walk up to the party. they sprayed the crowd with pellets and injured ten people including an 11, 12-year-old and 18-month-old. >> we came to the door when we heard the shots. we saw everybody running. >> police say the shotgun pellets used in the shooting are meant for hunters. investigators believe the shooting was in retaliation for a fight earlier in the week. >> the tragic and brutal killing of nine people in the historic black church in north carolina has reignited an age old debate about the confederate
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flag. civil rights leaders say it's a move that's long overdue. one state senator said the flag should stay put because of south carolina's history. jeb bush and mitt romney called for the flag's remove from public sites and buildings. meanwhile people marched across the bridge over the cooper river. they gathered and met toward the middle. the bridge is named after a former state law lawmaker and vocal confederate flag supporter. someone sprayed paint on a statue black lives matter. >> separate and uneagle raping women and children that's what it stands for. meanwhile the fbi
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continues to investigate a manifesto reportedly written by the suspected gunman 21-year-old dylann roof. "good morning america" will have more on the latest out of charleston, south carolina after "action news." >> a dell indication of city -- a delegation of city and church leaders arrived in rome this morning. they will be meeting with the vatican police and the pope security forces. business leaders and archdiocese personnel will be meeting with their vatican counterparts. the world meeting of families is september 22. the pope arrives on the 26th. brian taff is in rome for the final meetings ahead of the pope's visit to philadelphia. his live reports from roam will start today on "action news," he'll be reporting there through thursday. and you can follow brian's trip and get the latest updates about the pope's upcoming visit by following pope on twitter. i tweeted that out, as well.
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keep following brian and see how the visit goes. leah stills the 5-year-old daughter of devon stills is going home from chop today. in an video posted on instagram. a clearly happy still and fighting leah announced her doctor would be clearing her to leave. leah has been fighting cans for a year. >> i love his spirit and you know that father being the way he is with his daughter has been key to the fight for her. >> reporter: i happy he had a happy father's day. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we are starting out the workweek dry it's hazy and somewhat humid as we take a be lieu at sky6 live hd looking at the ben franklin bridge, the sun is coming up bright, it's going to be a hot one and starting out on the sticky side.
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you'll have to take it easy and keep the cool fluids going if you're working outside. the temperature 76 degrees dewpoint 66 still humid to start out. winds are coming out of the northwest at 6 and that northwest direction generally is the direction where we draw lower humidity air that's going to happen today it gets less and less humid. sat light and radar we have a mix of clouds and sun, we had showers overnight there and done, a frontal boundary is in the process of coming down, pushing the higher humidity air that we suffered through yesterday down to the south and lowering humidity levels even though the temperatures behind the front are hot. 77 still muggy by 11:00. might be humid by 11:00 with a temperature of 84. we get in the afternoon the humidity levels drop. the quality of the air will be comfortable, but hot high of 91. probably around 3:30 or 4:00.
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close to the 90s between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. 88 around 6:00 p.m. up in allentown 87 degrees, less humid in the lehigh valley as the front has cleared there. 835 in cape may and atlantic city, 88 in wilmington and millville. down the shore, up close and personal, 65 degrees in the water off new jersey beaches with highs in the mid 80s, as we get toward cape may and rehoboth beach we have buoys in the mouth of the delaware bay i should say are reading in the 70s, first time i've seen that, i've been on vacation for a week, but that's the first time i've seen any of our local buoys in the 70s. tomorrow things change, the winds come in from the west and it turns humid from the southwest. it gets more humid and highs in the mid 90s, with a frontal boundary on the doorstep once we get into the afternoon hours, #
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5:00 p.m., we'll be on the look out for thunderstorms while they are spotty not hitting everywhere, could be strong, they could continue into the evening hours, some of them could produce strong, gusty winds. today's high, 9 is, sun and clouds -- 91 sun and clouds. less humid. tomorrow, hot and humid the hottest day of the year so far. and then we have the potential for strong thunderstorms. wednesday, 87 good for the union in the evening. thursday, 84, we think we'll be okay for the arrival of the tall ships and the parade of sails that starts on our special at 2:00. partly cloudy on friday 81 and rainy for the weekend. >> up next, more stories you didn't see last night including
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an erratic driver's dangerous driving. hunt continues for two killers in upstate new york. >> reporter: head to the betsy ross bridge because traffic is stopped at the tacony-palmyra. >> the search for a former would you also chef missing for a week took a tragic turn overnight. we'll give you the latest when "action news" comes right back.
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welcome back you're taking at a beautiful shot of the sunrise, this is sky6 live hd taking a live look at atlantic city 5:45, 75 degrees, i you have a fabulous week ahead. >> it's beautiful to us, but karen is thinking it's sun glare. >> reporter: but it's gorgeous when you're sitting inside your buildings because you've traveled to work. it's a beautiful shot, and we will have sun glare as you step outside. suburban traffic report, we have a disabled truck stuck in delaware county. southbound on the blue route toward the mcdade boulevard heading toward i-95 off to the side. staying in delaware county we have construction milton road
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will close between chester creek road and lynn mill road. pottstown, 422 eastbound and 724 armon hammer boulevard, we have construction that could mess you up a little bit. media, no problems here, baltimore pike no issues, either. no too many issues reported right there. monday morning we expect lighter volume today as we have no school buses on the roads through the area. teachers are staying home, as well. 66 degrees in quakertown, 69 in pots, 76 in center city. it is warm already it's a hot day today, 69 in hammonton, 72 in dover delaware, we're dry but watch out for the sun glare. >> thank you karen developing overnight, search teams in new mexico recovered the body of a
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beloved former white house chef. walter shibe went hiking in the mountains, he never came home. he served as white house chef under bill clinton and george w.bush. his family told investigators that the 61-year-old was in good shape, but an amateur hiker. he was found two miles from the car. there's no word on what killed the chef. of. the search for the two fugitives in new york has shifted again this time to an area west of the prison from which they escaped. hundreds of law enforcement officers are combing parts of western new york for richard matt and david sweat after several reported sightings someone who lives near friendship new york reported two men asking for help getting out of town. they are describing the information as unconfirmed, but credible. a passer by's camera was rolling seconds after this man
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crashed into a 8 vehicles. juan rivera dazed and confused got on a texas highway going the wrong way. one person was killed and several others were injured. the driver faces manslaughter charge. we have dramatic video of neighboring rushing from a burning apartment building out west. >> meet the father and daughter who share a unique bond. >> reporter: it's going to be hot out there of 91, off the record of 100 the only good thing about this is the humidity levels will drop in the afternoon. the day planner forecast is coming up next.
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♪ >> for the second time this weekend local music lovers were treated to the sounds of sir paul mccartney. the legendary beatle rocked the wells fargo center. he performed friday night at the firefly festival in delaware. >> friend of mine posted on fabi was at the show, loves the beatle and paul is great. >> i love any concert. >> reporter: right, going out some day nydia the kids will get bigger. >> reporter: platt bridge westbound traffic heading toward the airport. we're looking good, you can see how bright it is and dry at the moment. no problems there. let's check the fk tacony-palmyra it is back down, it was up for a northbound ship that came through looking better there. and the ben is showing no
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problems as you head into center city. >> reporter: on the big board 79 degrees by 9:00 a.m. we're in the 70s already. this morning it will be humid but the numbers go up and the humidity levels will drop. while it's hot 91 degrees by 4:00 p.m. it will not be as humid as yesterday. nonetheless sun mixing with clouds, in that 90-degree-plus temperature you want to head to the pool or the beach. keep the sunscreen handy because today is one of those days. a woman was rescued and arrested after getting stuck in floodwaters. the mother was on the way to work when she drove into a correspond area.
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she was arrested and charges for disobeying warnings signs and barricades. lightning may have caused a fire at a south dakota apartment building. a passer by pulled people out of the buildings. they raced toward the building and searched for pets or people who remember trapped. the damage from the fire resulted in partial roof collapse. one person was taken to the hospital for smoke. a local man celebrates father's day for the gift he gave to somebody else. >> the dramatic rescue that was caught on tape that took 20 hours to complete inside a cave. we'll be right back.
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>> new on "action news" the hunt is on for pa -- a man who opened fire inside a walmart in georgia. according to a police report, employees told the man to empty his pockets shortly after that the suspect pulled the weapon out of a brown bag. the surveillance video shows the suspect point the gun at a walmart employee and fire and runaway. nobody was hurt. detroit police chief said he is getting no help from neighborhood residents and left a teen dead and dozen injured. police are looking for two men who exchanged gunfire with the victim. police say it was a retaliation
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shooting the 19-year-old who died was the target. it was a happy father's day for a young dad in delaware. normally dad gets the gifts right? this father is celebrating the gift of life he gave his little girl. piper lee was approaching her first birthday when the family found she had a droam that affected her kidneys with tumors. in december, the transplant happened. her kidney disease will not come back into this kidney. >> i'm beyond thankful. >> even more good news, piper's twin sister harper does not have the droam and her orderly sister is clear as well. >> everyday he looks into her
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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m., monday, june 22, matt o'donnell is off, nydia han joins us. we're following breaking news. >> bullets fly on a philadelphia street overnight striking two people. >> a delaware driver takes a wrong turn and stuck on the


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