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people at a south jersey apartment complex. 8 apartments are gutted. a strong earthquake clamses highways and by ways, the number of dead is increasing. the flyers series with the capitol shifts to our home ice. we have breaking news from no matter philadelphia. an early-morning shooting spree that expand a couple of city blocks have left 6 people
wounded of the some of the wounded have life threatening jirlings. the action cam -- injuries, we're working on bringing you the video. police say the suspect has barricaded himself inside a house. investigators say three people were shot at 9th and sedgely street and one at second and lehigh and another person at east west more handle stay with "action news" for the -- west moreland, stay with "action news" for the updates on the story. chris sowers is here with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. hope we have good news, chris. >> reporter: how was yesterday? it was beautiful. >> reporter: i enjoyed it doing nothing, i was relaxing soaking in the sun. you'll do it all over today looking live on sky6 live hd. looking at the center city skyline. there's hardly a cloud in the sky. temperatures are on the chilly side. a lot of dry air in place, the nobs not only warm quickly, but
they drop off. mid 30s, north and west, the frost advicery is in effect until 8:00 a.m. chester, 38 degrees. pilots, 37 and quakertown 35. vineland, 34, hammonton, 35, browns mills 37. expect a day full of sunshine from starting point to finish. high pressure continues to dominate the weather pattern that means clear conditions. here's the forecast from accuweather. expect high temperatures to top out in the mid 70s, wall-to-wall blue skies, 1 p.m., 65, and 3:00 p.m., 70 expect a high of 73 degrees. new information came in overnight on the inforeign -- inferno that ripped through an apartment building in pine hill,
camden county. an ems crew was across the street when the fire broke out. the crew called for help and went to the burning building on west branch avenue. the medics firefighters rescued some people and some were trapped on balconies. a man was at the development with his sister, he noticed a woman on the balcony. i took her over the rail. after that i jumped over the rail, and was handing her down, it was like three or four police officers and they got her the bottom of her body and we lowered her down. loney hall said she saw conover's heroic actions. my mom lives over here and my mom lives over there. i knocked on doors to make sure
they were okay, family members i knew. an other people and friends that everybody was okay. if they needed anything, i could help. three people were taken to the hospital, one was overcome by smoke. 100 firefighters worked on the fire. 8 apartment also were a total loss, red cross is helping 24 people displaced. the cause is being determined. the 6:04. philadelphia police are questioning a person of interest after the deadly shooting of a 4-year-old girl by her as i believing. sibling. the girl was shot in kensington yesterday afternoon. a 5-year-old fired the shot using the mother's boyfriend's gun. officers are not saying if the boy friend is the person they are questioning, but he did runaway from the scene after the shooting. jeff chirico will have reaction from neighbors in the next half-hour. new this morning, one person is critically injured
after a shooting in vineland, new jersey, the action cam was at the scene, 8th and cherry streets. shots were fired hitting a man several times. police rushed him to the hospital. police have not released his identity or indicated if they have systems or motives. the death toll soared in ecuador rocked by the strongest earthquake in decades. 77 people killed, 600 injured. listen on the terrifying moments as the 7.8 trembler struck. [crashing sound]. the quake caused widespread devastation in fishing ports and tourists beaches. people are looking for anyone trapped in the buildings or collapsed highways. in southern japan folks are
recovering from two earthquakes in a row. they are cut off by landslides blocking roads and collapsed bridges. complete devastation there. american military station in japan is shipping supplies. 180,000 people are living in shelters. dozens have died and there's fears of more aftershocks. one person said it's too scary to go to sleep. turning to politics, hillary clinton's campaign opens new offices in delaware county and west chester. bernie sanders showered the clinton motorcade with money as it arrived for a posh fundraiser bernie sanders has something in new york ahead of the state's
primary. he said the rich controls too much of the world money. donald trump holds a lead on the republican side. bernie sanders and hillary clinton face the questions on this week with george stephanopoulos. that begins at 10:30 after "action news" at 9:00. the countdown is on in three months. democratic national convention will take center stage in south philadelphia. trish hartman has more on the preparation. >> reporter: 100 days and as revealed by an official count down clock unveiled outside the national constitution center. music activities and food trucks took over art street getting people excited about the democratic convention at the wells fargo center. it's a wonderful start and it's great for the city. i want to learn about what's going on and i want to get excited.
>> reporter: conventional officials gave an update on preparation. we will have built a city within a city, we will be ready to receive 50,000 guests and million viewers worldwide who tune into the convention. >> reporter: after the heated bee date between hillary clinton and bernie sanders, ed rendell wants them to tone it down a little bit. we want to conduct the campaign that doesn't hurt our eventual nominee in the fall. we are working with the business community for the dnc host committee and working with the hotels it will be a good time and people will work. >> reporter: officials expect 15,000 hotel rooms to be booked and the dnc will have an
economic of $300 million for the city. the big event for the wells fargo center is playoff hockey. the flyers need to find hockey on home ice. stephen mason gave up a soft goal putting the capitols up a commanding two games to nonin their showdown against the flyers. jake borachek goal was the only one lantern. game three is tomorrow night in south philly. we're going to take it upon ourselves to do everything within our power to make sure we take advantage of our home ice in our building in front of our fans. we have to go home and home turf. we believe there's still a long way to go. south street is dressed in orange and black in support of the flyers. time 6:10 if you're just
waking up. a fire devastates a home in south jersey with people inside. new information is released about the man accused of shooting two maryland firefighters. say it ain't snow, colorado is hit by a serious dose of winter weather in the spring. >> reporter: fortunately all that winter weather is staying to the west. we'll have a dose of summer-like conditions on the eastern seaboard. we're showing 30s and 40s and now we're up in the 80s. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. so glad you stayed with us
on a sunday morning. 6:13. if you look at this do not be alarmed. this is not philadelphia, thankfully. denver, colorado, getting so could with a snowstorm 16 to 18 inches of snow is expected to fall on the city and the suburbs. this is centennial airport that closed yesterday. they canceled seven of every ten flights of the international airport. they expect to open today. the snow is not a big surprise for people living in denver. march and april are the snowiest month of the year for the city. they can keep it. we, on the other hand are enjoying a glorious stretch of
weather. >> reporter: we had our fair share of snow last weekend. the sun is starting to rise. conditions yesterday were picture perfect bright blue skies, hardly a cloud out there. the numbers will be warmer than yesterday. double scan live is crystal clear. we'll keep it that way until thursday night. that's the next chance of measurable precipitation around here. frost advicery remains in effect until 8:00 a.m. in the areas in lavender. protect sensitive plants. 46 degrees, dewpoint, 31. the pressure is falling off slightly. wind out of the north at 5 miles per hour. allentown, 35. reading, 40. philadelphia, 46. millville, 38. trenton, 39. on the boards in atlantic city showing 43. satellite and radar, there's an area of high pressure just sitting right there and it has
not moved hadn'tudged an inch. there's an omega pattern blocking this. you notice how nothing is going on there. the jet stream looks like. so, again, it kind of takes on the greek letter omega. that shape. we have an area of low pressure here and area of low pressure off the coast and the great lakes the mid atlantic and the ohio valley that's an area high pressure. we're seeing the good whether they are getting hammered out west. as long as the pattern stays in place we'll see all the sunshine and warm temperatures. looks like that will be the case at least through thursday. thursday night is the next
chance of wet weather around here. future tracker 6, we're timing out temperatures. there's not much in the way of cloud cover. later this afternoon, the model is showing, 70, 71. we'll go 74 degrees for the high. in the afternoon, forecast models 80 degrees. accuweather will go 80. notice the temperatures at the jersey shore along the delaware bay the communities on the water there will be much cooler because of the bay breeze and sea breeze, 80 in philadelphia, 67 in atlantic city. tuesday, pretty much the same thing, the numbers will calm down a little bit. we're back down in the low to mid 70s. jersey shore, 60s. the average high is 65 degrees, a lovely stretch of weather as we head into monday and tuesday, for today, sunny skies, beautiful, 74 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the south at 5 to 10. overnight tonight, clear skies and chilly, not as cool as this morning.
42 degrees outlying suburbs. 50 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, looks like summer tomorrow. sunny and warm on monday, high of 80 partly sunny and breeze, 72. wednesday that's the cold front coming through. it only knocks the temperature down to 69. so wednesday is a nice day. thursday, sunny and pleasant, 74. friday a lot more in the way of clouds, showers, mild with a high of 77. saturday, clouds, limited sun, the union are back in town, high temperatures 67 degrees. nydia. we want to update you on our story out of north philadelphia. three people are confirmed dead at a home west moreland streets. the alleged shooter is in custody. you can see the police on the scene right. one person has been taken to temple university report. this is f and east west moreland streets in north philadelphia. three people are confirmed dead found in a house here. the alleged shooter in custody, one person taken to temple
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firefighter john up -- umsnyder and hitting kevin swain. jerusalem missionary baptist church at pine street in wilmington was in the process of being rebuilt from a separate fire when it flames burned it to the ground. parishners are in the process of raising money to build a new buildings. juvenile diabetes research foundation south jersey chapter held the annual event at weston, mount laurel. 4 pun people enjoyed live entertainment and silent auction. karen rogers was the emcee. all the money raised will go through diabetes research and prevention.
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6:24 in sports this morning. flyers playoff hopes are fading, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the flyers come out firing last night in game two. 42 shots on goal, the most they've had in a playoff game in five years, but the flyers have trouble in scoring on the capitols and an ugly mental lapse makes things worse. flyers go down in game two last
night in washington, d.c. first period, down one, power play, 5-1-3 advantage. nothing. second period steve mason, oh, no, huge mistake how in the world does this go in? right under his legs. flyers down 2-0. 7 minutes later looking for the first goal of the series. finally the flyers on the board win 1. minutes later they can tie it. brayden shenn robbed. stops 41 of the 42 shots. flyers lose 4-1. they are down in the series two games to none. they have over come a hole like this three times in team history. put the team in tough position after that. it's just a bad goal.
first period i don't know how we didn't score. we needed to get the pucks to the net. everybody had scoring chance, it's frustrating that's for sure. i thought we did a heck of a job tonight, obviously their goalie did well. we have to break through that barrier. >> reporter: hopefully they can do that tomorrow night in game three at home. aaron nola has had no luck with the nationals. allowed 13 home runs over his 15 career insisting -- innings against the nats. first inning, bryce harper, routine slide to the rest, darren ruff. nats get three in the first, they are allowed 8. 4th inning they get more, the
pitcher, two-run double. phils down 5-0. bryce harper, oh, boy, 2-run shot. 7 runs a allowed by nola last night. they need outscored 17-2 in the series by the national. nobody has more points than the union entering last night in seattle. 71st minute, union go down 2-1 to the sounders. flyers in phillies, hopefully it gets better today for the phils and flyers tomorrow. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. we hold that hope, right? yes we do. we have more "action news" just ahead. see you back here right after the break.
all right, folks, so glad you stayed with us, we are following breaking news this morning. we have updated situation the barricade situation on the east west moreland street. the man inside the home has surrendered to police without incident. he told police he was involved in an argument with another man an opened fire on him. the man claimed he was ain't wrestle the gun from one of the men and was shot.
an early-morning shooting spree that expand a couple of blocks left three people dead and one injured the one injured person taken to temple university hospital. you're looking at a live picture north philadelphia, f and east west moreland, three people are dead after a shooting, one person transported to the hospital. now we want to turn to chris sowers with the latest on accuweather. hi, chris. >> reporter: good morning to you, nid you -- nydia. we have temperatures in the 30s and 40s. by afternoon it will be another b -- beauty. we have two pressure systems, area of high pressure here and area of low pressure here off the coast. both are locked in place, one can move the pattern is stagnant we can enjoy this lovely sunshine lovely weather over the
next several days. with the pressure sitting the way they are. it will be cooler down the shore than inland locations because of the sea breeze that will develop. you get clockwise winds around the high. with the low sitting here you get the counter clockwise winds around the low. that's the sea breeze. it will go a little bit farther inland. you get near the delaware river you're in the 70s. for city of philadelphia, sunny skies and warm, 74. for the jersey shore, mostly sunny, chilly breeze high of 60. thank you. new this morning, fire gutted a home in pennsauken, new jersey. flames broke out at 11:00 p.m. last night in the 6100 block of magnolia avenue. this is viewer video. now a person driving down the street probably saved the lives of the people inside the house. the driver saw the fire and ran to the front door and banged on
it until someone answered. three people were in the house they all managed to get out safely. it took 45 minutes for firefighters to gain control of the blaze. there were no injuries. red cross is finding temporary shelter for the residents. investigators are looking for the cause. if you're just waking up, heroic actions saved many people in pine hill, camden county. ems workers ran to the burning building and rescued several people. some of the residents were trapped on the balcony. mark conover was at the apartment complex when his sister and daughter saw the flames. i saw an older lady she was on the second floor. she was screaming for help. i scaled the side of the buildings and was trying to get her down, but she was
frightened, so, she was clinching the railings, so i like had to pull her arms to get her off. after i did that, i lifted her over the rail and just handed her down to the police. we learned that crews transported three people to the hospital, one with smoke inhalation. two people fell running out of the building, but they are okay this morning. it took 100 firefighters about an hour and a half to gain control of the flames there. red cross is finding temporary shelter for two dozen people. the fire destroyed 8 apartments, there's no word about a cause. philadelphia police are talking to a person about the fatal shooting of a 4-year-old girl. her 5-year-old sibling pulled the trigger. jeff chirico has more. >> reporter: crystal grieves the loss of her friend's four-year-old daughter who she
described as beautiful and bright. she was a sweet, loving a little girl. always willing to help. she was a big sister. >> reporter: investigators say the girl's five-year-old sibling shot her in the which he is on the 200 block of east mayfield street. the child used the mother's boyfriend's gun. they took her out, she didn't look good. >> reporter: the police took her out? sawyer said the girl's mother was protective and wouldn't let the kids play out front because she feared violence in the street. bring the kids out. , no, i'm not bringing the kids out. >> reporter: investigators are processing the scene are trying to figure out how the child got a hold of the gun. do you have any idea where the
weapon came from? no. >> reporter: the mother's boyfriend fled the scene, he has an interest in weapons, the cover photo on his facebook page is handgun and amunition. a powerful earthquake has struck ecuador killing at least 77 people and triggering a tsunami warning. ten thousand soldiers and emergency workers carried out the evacuation. the quake has flattened buildings and buckled highways. pennsylvania governor tom would feel is expected to sign into law medical marijuana bill. the bill will allow patient to say take the drug in pill, oil, vapor or liquid form. the law does not legalize smoking. when signed pennsylvania will become the 24th state with
medical marijuana law. gop frontrunner picked a fight against the process and democrats spent their weekend in meetings. >> reporter: it may be crunch time in new york, but candidates are scattered across the country and around the world. bernie sanders flying back to the empire state after a whirlwind visit to the vatican. and visit to the pope. it was a wonderful moment to meeting him. >> reporter: pope francis denying an endorsement of sanders saying it was a good mannered meeting and nothing more. hillary clinton spending saturday raising campaign cash with supporters in los angeles. let's get to work for a big victory in california. >> reporter: a fundraiser with george and amal clooney.
trump meanwhile, taking aim at the primary process in his own party. he is stumping in his own state and talking about cleveland. you're going to have a rough july at that convention. >> reporter: trump halds -- holds a commanding lead, ted cruz winning in wyoming. he has won the popular vote he should get the delegates and he should be the nominee. it undermines the voters. >> reporter: john kasich tried to steer clear of the controversy. currently working on a secret plan to delay the primary so i can spend more time eating in new york. >> reporter: devon dwyer abc news syracuse, new york. the democrats running for senate in pennsylvania will face
off in a debate in our studios. jim gardner serves as moor -- moderator. you come seep the democratic debate next sunday. 6:38 the fight against islamic state militants in iraq and syria could be ramping up for u.s. troops. ash carter says he'll speak with his commanders about stepping up the fight there. that means more air attacks and ground troops on the ground. u.s. has freed nine prisoners gawn gitmo. it includes a hunger striker whose weight dropped to 70 pounds. it brings the population down to
80. that numbers includes 26 men who have been cleared of charges. they are expected to leave by the end of the summer. coming up next on "action news" sunday morning an adventure in the woods took a terrifying turn for a local boy. he got stuck in the mud as water rose to his waist. he talks about the ordeal and what he said after rescuers got him out. a baseball fan defies the odds and catches five foul balls at the same game. he shares his secret of successful snagging and tells us what he did with the baseballs. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we are back after the break.
breaking news story out of north philadelphia you're looking at a live picture of the 600 block of east west moreland street. you can see officers on the scene. three people were found dead after a barricade situation after the suspect was taken into custody. the suspect shot his brother and brother's girlfriend and male friend after an argument. police walked up to the door knocked on the door, the man answered. police asked him to come out, he refused. they backed off and called in swat and other officers. police heard numerous gunshots and entered the home. they took the man into custody
without incident. here's what else police had to say. detectives from homeland security unit and hostage negotiators working with police radio were able to talk the subject out without any use of force or injury to police or civilians. >> reporter: we're back on the live picture, philadelphia police tell us they searched the home and found the three deceased victims shot in the head. this is the 600 block of east west moreland street in north philadelphia. three people now confirmed dead. we'll continue to keep you updated on the story at 6abc.com and here on the air at 6abc. we should mention another victim was taken to temple university hospital. the time now, 6:43. in two months septa will offer the long anticipated septa key card set to update the fair system which uses tokens and paper transfers. the septa key cord is a
refillable debit card. june 13. ten thousand will go on sale as part of the pilot program. it will be expanded to include the regional rail system and para transit vehicles. it is 6:44. time now for accuweather. nice weekend, chris. >> reporter: although i feel like i wasted yesterday. i didn't do anything, i sat on the couch. today do something. >> reporter: today i'll get outside a little bit and shoot the basketball or something. what a gorgeous start to the weekend. today promise to be equally as nice, maybe a little bit better. looking live at the philadelphia international airport. not a cloud in the sky. pick at -- picture perfect star. temperatures yesterday got off to a rip-roaring start. upper darby, 67. glassboro, 67. cooler down the jersey shore with the onshore breeze 57 in
wildwood places like sea isle and avalon topping out around 60 degrees. today we're shooting for a high of 74. above the seasonal average of 65. below this morning is the present temperature reading of 46 degrees. we have a frost advisory in effect for another hour for interior sections of south jersey and no no northwestern s. millville, 38. reading, 40. allentown, 35. trenton, 39. on the boards in atlantic city, 43. dover, 37. satellite and radar, just like yesterday there's really not much going on, high pressure just sitting right there over the state of pennsylvania. it's not moving, we're in what's called an omega blocking pattern. it's a situation where there's an area of low pressure off the coast it's been cut off from the jet stream, the main flow aloft, the steering mechanism.
so long this high is cut off, that low is cut off. that will not move, like an atmospheric traffic jam. we're stuck under the high. we'll see nice weather until day after day after day, until something comes along and kicks this out of here. that won't happen until the end of the week. lots of sunshine for the eastern half of the united states. we get into monday, pretty much the same thing. tuesday, more sunshine expected, but this front right here, will slip through dry, it will just shift the winds a little bit, winds shift out of the north. that cools us from 80 degrees on monday, 69 or 70 on tuesday. future tracker 6 there's the back-door front monday night into tuesday morning. note it comes through dry. there's no moisture with that. tuesday afternoon and evening the skies open up again, we're mainly sunny right through wednesday and thursday, and thursday night into friday that's when another front comes
in here, maybe we see showers with that. 70 degrees in millville. 74 in philadelphia. reading, 76 degrees, allentown, 75. wilmington, 73. cape may and atlantic city cooler, 60 this afternoon. overnight tonight, chilly, but not as cold as what we're seeing this morning. 43 in reading, 43 in allentown. 50 for philadelphia. 42 in millville. trenton, 44. and dover will bottom out at 45 degrees tonight. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 74 sunny and pleasant conditions today, sunny and very warm for monday. this will be the 4th time so far this year we hit a high of 80 degrees. tuesday, partly sunny and breezy. warm, 72. wednesday, sunny and nice, cooler, high of 69. we get into thursday, more sunshine, 74. friday, increasing clouds, shower, 77. saturday, sun and clouds, high of 67 degrees, you know you're doing something right when the
coldest high is 67 degrees. beautiful. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. the time now, 6:48. 1-year-old miles bryant is talking about a scary day playing out in the woods. a creek wall collapsed trapping him in mud and water for hours. sarah bloomquist tells the story from west brandywine township chester county. i don't freak out, but it was scary. >> reporter: 12-year-old miles branlt was stuck for showers in a creek behind the family home. around 5:00 p.m., he feels playing in the woods with his 9-year-old brother and a friend. i was walking along the creek and the creek gave out and i fell in the mulled. >> reporter: the -- empty mud.
in the mud. the boys tried to free, but went and got his mom. they tried to dig him out. at 7:35 they called 911. they realized this was a complicated and risky rescue. reinforcements came from across the country. we were fighting mother nature with the mud and the water. at one point we tried to divert the creek and more water kept coming in. >> reporter: special equipment pumped air in surrounding his stuck foot. the suction released his foot and he was freed. he is very thankful that they saved him. the way they embraced my son and made him feel safe in a
it has been two decades since a local mom was murdered. her killer is still on the loose. her sisters are asking for your help. here's rick williams. she used to come over my house and take my youngest son out. >> reporter: it's been 20 years since the murder of tammy pierce. the years have not been kind. we need some kind of closure, for her and my mom, actually her daughter. we need closure.
she did not deserve this. >> reporter: the body of the 28-year-old was found on april 14, 1996 in philadelphia's kensington section. barbara was the one who had to i.d. the body. it was horrible. >> reporter: tammy's sisters know that time has passed, but they are hopeful that someone knows something. if anybody knows anything out there, please come forward. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering a reward for $20,000 for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission 215-546-tips all calls will remain anonymous. tammy's daughter was ten years old at the time of her mother's death. i know she misses her mom. we miss her, her sisters, we all miss her. >> reporter: for crime fighters rick williams channel 6 "action news." the breathalyzer could get
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he caught five of them. t.j. holmes found out how he did this. >> reporter: he leans in and over. beer catches even between the leg catches. but overnight fans went wild for 39-year-old bill dugan. he caught not one, not two, not three, but five at the detroit tigers home opener against the pirates. 9 season ticketholder gave all because away to thankful kids nearby. he was called sticky fingers and lucky guy. the lucky guy felt so lucky, he went to the casino after the game. i placed the number on five think it was a lucky number catching five balls. i won twice lost twice an came out even.
>> reporter: he said he has gone home with more than five baseballs. i did get 8 one time. >> reporter: the odds of catching the ball one in 600 depending on the ballpark. go behind home plate anywhere you get a lot ofls. >> reporter: 6:58 another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead. back to breaking news in north philadelphia. deadly shooting at a home multiple people shot the standoff with the gunman just coming to an end.
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we begin this morning with breaking news from north philadelphia. three people are confirmed dead after a shooting in a home here on the 600 block of east west moreland street. a man shot his brother and his brother's girlfriend and another male front after an argument. the shooting suspect himself called 911 and reported what he had done according to police. when officers knocked on the door, the suspect refused to come out. they called in the s.w.a.t team and other officers. after two hours of negotiating police head gunfire. they entered the house and took the gunman into custody without incident. police searched the house a