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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with rick williams, sara bloomquist, and meteorologist, david murphy. this afternoon sara is off and erin o'hare is joining us "action news" was first on the
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scene at camby park officers were called here after 10:30 they found the woman's body on a sloid and investigators have not released details on how the woman died. we have crews on the scene and we'll update as we get new information. >> and from our delaware newsroom police are havest gating an accident on the southbound lanes this morning, one person was killed and four other people were taken to the hospital with injuries, police had to close the highway near route 13 for three and a half hours while they cleared the scene. they are still working on what caused the wreck. during one of them a teenager was hit by a stray bullet. katherine scott is live at police headquarters with the full story. >> reporter: rick, five people were shot three people died in
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those overnight shootings detectives here are investigating, in all of these cases there are no arrests and in all of these cases police are looking for tips. >> there was a 15-year-old boy that was caught in this crossfire. >> police say that a 15-year-old boy was sitting on the front steps of his building in susquehanna just before 1:00 a.m. when bullets started flowing, the door was hit and this car was struck three times. and the boy was grazed in the arm and he when to the hospital with his mother in stable condition and then police found a second victim around the block and he had later died. they believe they are connected but are not sure what happened. in north philadelphia detectives are gathering evidence at north field, police say that the 21-year-old victim was sitting outside of his home with his girlfriend when he was shot and
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killed. his girlfriend was not injured. >> someone came up to him and shot him multiple times including twice in the head. a memorial sits on the 4600 block, police were called out jove night after a double shooting at 1:00 a.m., a 21-year-old was shot twice and died and a 28-year-old was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, we have so far that it was committed by several males that were wearing hoodies that ran away from the location. >> reporter: as for those two survivors of the shootings the 15-year-old was in stable condition and the 28-year-old remains in critical condition, call the police if you have any tips. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. >> a woman and two armed men are charged in an armed carjacking, police arrested the suspects and
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investigators say they were behind a carjacking in east oak lane on june 30 and they allegedly forced a 26-year-old man out of his car at gun point at 70th and broad street the victim was beaten and robbed of his cell phone and wallet and suspects took his vehicle and all three are charged with robbery. if you liked yesterday you'll be satisfied today as well looking live at penn's landing from sky 6 hd another day of sunshine and comfortable temperatures, doesn't get any better than this. lets head outside with david murphy. >> we are off to another good start and cruising into a comfortable afternoon, looking athe satellite, there are fair weather cumulous clouds popping up and a lot of sunshine in between the clouds another brought day similar to yesterday. 79 in philadelphia and 78 in wilmington and up to 77 in allen
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allentown and 80 in millville with a temperature of 81 in sea isle city and humidity is on the low side if you have plans to head to the pool, by 1:0082 and by 4:00, 85 degrees you'll need sunscreen today even if you get behind a cloud. a burn is even possible from behind a cloud i think that is pretty much a given. if you plan on doing a rbecue it's nice for that. 82 by 7:00 and if you want to eat outside on the patio absolutely give it a try and low humidity as the sun goes down it's a pleasant evening. 85 is your high and a couple of degrees below average, and rick and erin we are looking at such
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comfort conditions it feels pretty good. we are looking head at the long range forecast ahead. >> now help is on the way to help communities damaged by storms last month. president obama approved the disaster declaration for atlantic, gloucester, and camden counties. governor christie requested the aid last week, he said the macro burst on june 23rd caused more than $15 million worth of damage. a corrections officer stabbed 12 times is out of the hospital. tyreke holmes was attacked by an inmate inside of the facility in the holes burg section of the city, holmes was making his rounds when an inmate approached him from behind and stabbed him with a shank. he was found guilty of a septa train shooting in september of 2012. we are learning more about
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the woman arrested until the routine traffic stop, a haunting voice mail left by sandra bland and her past are only adding to the controversy. marcy gonzales joins us live from new york. >> reporter: rick, we heard from the preliminariry report, shows that bland may have had a significant amount of marijuana in her system when she died and they are looking furnish no that and what bland told her jailers shortly after her arrest. today sandra bland's intake form raising serious questions about why she was housed in this cell alone. asked are you thinking about killing yourself today but telling her jailers she did attempt suicide just last week year as a newly released
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recording showed her frustrations behind bars. this voice believed to be blands. >> i am still at a loss for words honestly about this whole process, how switching lanes turned into all of this. referring to this traffic stop. >> you mind putting out your cigarette please? >> i am in my car why do i have to put out my cigarette. >> wow. >> get out of car. >> bland arrested charges with assaulting a public service officer working to raise the $5,000 bail when she was found dead with a garbage bag around her neck, her family denying it was a suicide and questioning the investigation. >> we got emails saying their first autopsy was botched. i am concerned on behalf of my family and just astounded.
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>> the da's office assists there was no problem with the autopsy and results could be released as early as today. >> thank you marcy. >> delaware police led the way this morning as the bodies of two marines killed in chattanooga, tennessee were taken to the airport. cars and police escort brought them from dover air force base to be put on flights to their home towns the two were among five killed in last week's attack. meanwhile new details about that deadly rampage, it took muhammad abdul aziz to blast his way into the marine center he was armed with an assault rifle handgun and a vest full of extra ammo, he made his way through the
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center shooting those he encountered until he was shot and killed by police. a wild fire chases people out of a national park, the visitors that had to flee from the flames during thirz vacation and this could be the best buy onic hand yet, the abilities it's giving one cancer survivor when "action news" comes right back.
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federal authorities have a new warning about isis, the fbi says the group inspired many americans to kill on u.s. soil that brings concerns about an outside attack from al qaeda and they have rallied americans through a year long social media campaign. they still have hundreds of investigations pending. mean while secretary of defense, ash carter made a surprise visit to iraq to continue to fight against isis, carter is there to meet with army officials and to discuss the plan to capture the key city
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of ramadi. fast moving wild fires in montana and california are leading to evacuations, they are clearing out a small community near glacier national park as a wild fire continues to burn six square miles. >> we are going through and it's blowing my mind, it's super extreme, i never seen anything like it before the closest was a small field foyer and it was shocking to me and my family too. >> another wild fire burned six square miles in california leading to evacuations near napa a fire disrupted vacations for royal caribbean passengers when their crews arrived in jamaica, it was contained to the freedom of the seas and created a lot of smoke 4,000 people had to grab their life jackets and
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in health check this noon, cigna rejected an offer from anthem last month but both sides are close to an agreement after anthem raised the price to $450 million. just three weeks ago etna agreed to by whom humana. >> the leaders of a hospital are taking questions about the ever changing health care industry they will join cfo davis hughes to present an overview of the center's involvement in the community and talking about an expansion of the pavilion availableable at shore center, submit your questions now you
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and check back in at 4:00 p.m. to get the answers during a live video chat. it's happening at 6abc.com. a massachusetts man has benefitted with what is considered the most -- bionic hand available. it can be linked with an app to blue tooth allowing him to make patterns from handshakes to gestures like sign language and saying i love you. he can type an email and help around the house by folding laundry. >> a group of local seniors found a way to stay active and tamala edwards shows the low impact highly entertaining exercise. >> water volleyball in water
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estates in blue bell is something all together. >> i like to play volleyball on the land and in the water we teach each other you can't help but have fun. >> fitness instructor rona says it's a great way to impact the muscles. it gives you resistance but buoyantsy and you feel safer. the water takes the weight off and we can move better. >> the game helps them stay mentally sharp as well. they get very excited and involved and in fact you don't even realize they are exercising most of the time, they are just having a great time, it's enough to make you feel kind of young again. you can fine more ways to stay fit on our website at 6abc.com/art of aging. >> the "action news" team is out
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working on news stories tonight beginning at 4:00. here is alicia vitarelli live in the newsroom with a preview. >> hey guys, now the first state is the first state to ban the bag at the hospital now new moms will not be sent home with free formula once their babies are born. and who would like a hose that is light wave and never kinks. some claim their products do that but do they work. we'll try before you buy. and it was just breakfast but it meant the world to two local firefighters what compelled a local waitress to pick up their tab yesterday. you can watch us streaming on your smart phone or tablet and melissa magee gets a plum gig today she is down in stone harbor with a report. >> how does she get the gigs? >> she gets to hang out on the
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beach. >> i'll switch with her. >> thank you alicia.
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and we have breaking news to pass along along the schuylkill expressway chopper 6 hd is over this car fire, the fire is now out and fire crews are here attending to it. but it's causing traffic mishaps, this is the schuylkill expressway just west of the vine street expressway west of 676 and traffic is shut down, no traffic is getting by look at the backup because of that car fire, you want to avoid this area if at all possible. the schuylkill expressway way just west of 676. >> hopefully they get that
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cleared out soon, i would not like this weather to clear out it's been gorgeous. >> it's great day number two and we continue this until saturday, stormtracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry this noon of course and as we take a look outside, a beautiful day thanks to our senior photographer, john the senior photographer at this point. what do you think he is young just a babe, i have been out shooting with john for many, many years and he gives us a beautiful shot of the japanese tea house. thank you john, 79 degrees right now, beautiful in philadelphia, dew point 52 degrees and that is low well below the 60 degree threshold for humid air, like yesterday we are managing well, winds southwest at 9 miles per hour, 77 in allentown and reading and lancaster. and 81 up the coast in beach
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haven, for the most part there is no significant cloud cover, and it's one of those days like yesterday you'll have a tendency to pop some of those fair weather cumulous clouds in the lehigh valley mostly sunny and warm and nice this after nonenoonafternoon look at the shore 80 to 82 in atlantic city, don't forget the sunscreen on the beach nice and warm and not too humid and 85 in philadelphia and pleasant and the humidity is behaving itself on the low side today and winds 6 to 12 miles per hour, and every now and then they flop from the southwest. mainly clear and comfort, crack the windows a little bit and broth in the cool air. there are no real issues here bring the shades out to the car and warm but nice, 85 by 4:00 and 83 by 4:30, and it's a warm evening, high pressure is in
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control then as we move on to tomorrow through saturday and we continue basically sunny and warm conditions, comfortable with the high dishing most of our flow out of northerly direction and keeping the humidity low and we are in the 80s, we sew see the numbers climbed into the weekend, nothing going on into the tropics, if you have vacation plans for san juan, guadeloupe or the bahamas, have you tropical storm related weather, next week there is a possibility that something could pop here, but that is a long way off. your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 is the high sunny and warm and low humidity. tomorrow creeping up but comfortable in terms of humidity and sunny and a bit warmer with a high of 88 but controllable manageable humidity levels sun
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we start to draw a southerly throw and up to 90 with a mix of clouds and sun and it feels who humid and a chance of a couple of pop-up thunderstorms here and there in the evening. monday a couple more thunderstorms and humid and back to the sun and tuesday and wednesday and highs around 90. >> looks good thank you. quick break. i'm caridee. i've had moderate to severe plaque psoriasis most of my life. but that hasn't stopped me from modeling. my doctor told me about stelara® it helps keep my skin clearer. with only 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses...
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"action news" at 12:30 continuing with sara bloomquist, rick williams and david murphy. >> erin o'hearn is joining us. frustration in south philadelphia, the flooding problems that residents there say they are dealing with weeks after a water main break. and video that authorities released to try and catch a suspect. and john kerry trying to sell the nuclear deal to lawmakers. >> first information from wilmington delaware where a body was found in the park, they were called to investigate a suspicious person when they arrived they found the woman dead on the play ground. updates as we get them can be found at 6abc.com. residents in south philadelphia are still dealing with a mess more than three weeks after a water main break earlier this month th

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