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hey everyone, 6:00 a.m., tuesday, may 24. we're following several breaking stories. philadelphia police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a man waiting at a bus stop. breaking a coroner is on the scene of a fast fast-moving fire that ripped through a home in allentown. delayed denied bill cosby is expected to appear in a montgomery county courtroom one day after losing a bid for a delay. we're looking at showers. >> reporter: we have showers east of philadelphia. they say kind of pinwheeling down are the out of the north,
doesn't look like they will get too much farther to the west. as we come through the morning afternoon and early even we have a little bit of that, there you see the motion, it's dropping down and not pushing close to philadelphia. wide view showing cloud cover, well -- we'll see the clouds break up, well have sun and clouds, mid 50s across the region. upper 50s down south. 66 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 71 by 11:00 a.m. the other part of the story, how warm it will be this afternoon. #3:00 p.m., 78. high of 79 around 4:00 p.m. upper 4s -- upper 60s later and clouds and sun. pollen count is low, but creeps back up, saturday and sunday, it
will be warm with humidity increasing. >> reporter: the tacony-palmyra we expect traffic to be stop at any moment. we have a bridge opening that was expected at 6:00 a.m. stick to the burlington bristol bridge. on the boulevard at 9th street. let's check it out, traffic lights on flash, a car hit a pole and it's caused a problem with a traffic light it's still a problem, treat it as a stop. annie mccormick has been talking about bustleton avenue an cottman avenue giving us reports from the scene an accident investigation is going on right now. traffic is getting by, you might want to stick to castor avenue to avoid it police on the scene. mall functioning traffic lights once again in the somerton section of the city an issue. regional rails an issue. we begin with breaking news, a driver struck a man sitting in a bus canopy in northeast philadelphia and took off on food leaving the victim for dead. annie mccormick is live at
cottman and busle ton avenue with car and canopy parts were scattered all over the place. >> reporter: matt, they are still out here, the car is still here they are waiting for a philadelphia police tow truck to come out here to remove it from the scene. even taking a look at it, you can see the windshield. we're seeing that the axle was broken which means the tire popped off. i want to show you how far it was that the car came to a rest. you can see recipes of canopy the victim was sitting under and to the right of it. all of the debris is still on the scene. take a look at the video this happened around 1:00 a.m. at costman and bustleton. the lexus sustained heavy damage like we said. the bus canopy collapsed with with the victim inside it. the driver came out to look at the victim and fled on foot leaving the mangle lexus behind.
the vehicle came with incredible force, they think it was going over 30 miles per hour, plus there was a downpour at the time of the crash. police think the driver may have been injured which would help them track him down. take a listen. we find drops of blood in that vehicle, so it appears that the driver was injured from striking this metal septa canopy. so accident investigation officers are on location they are going to take a sample of the blood and hopefully the dna can help us identify the driver of that vehicle. >> reporter: and back out here live on that lexus, now the description that the witnesses gave is aman in his 20s, 5 feet tall wearing a white t-shirt, they are calling this a hit-and-run not because the vehicle went anywhere, but
because he fled on foot. they said when the victim was struck by the vehicle he flew 100 feet in the air. he is a man in his 40s, but he is a john doe. they are waiting for more information that leads to his identity. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news" back to you. a fast-moving fire ripped through a house in allentown. fire crews tells that the blaze break out after 2:00 a.m. on newton street. it took firefighters a half-hour to get the fire under control. a coroner is currently on the scene. there's no official word if indeed somebody died in the fire. happening today, comedian bill cosby is due in a montgomery courtroom for a preliminary hearing in a sex assault case. the supreme court denied a stay in the case yesterday. a judge will determine today if the case will go to trial. former temple university employee andrea constan claimed she was drugged and molested by
cosby at his home in 2004. there's a chance constan will take the witness stand him we'll have a report in the next half-hour of "action news." a berks county woman is accused of stealing nearly $30,000 from her job. julie richards is an officer manager. the owner of the law group said he found out when the internal revenue service came knocking on his door demanding back taxes. she did not pay the firm's taxes for more than two years, now she owes the internal revenue service around $70,000. she was charged with theft and forgery. president obama is pressing vietnam to respect human rights on day two of his visit to the county. vietnam is routinely criticized for its human rights record and holds 100 political prisoners. he met with civil society groups in vietnam and said some
activists were blocked from the meeting. an air bag recall which is already large is on its way to huge if expanded any more. maribel aber hard more. toyota is recalling 1.6 million vehicles because of the at thata air bags built between 2006 and 2011. toyota has recalled more than 7 million vehicles. other automakers are expected to issue recalls due to the air bags. futures are reporting higher open. say goodbye to the long receipts at cvs. they are giving the extra care members the choice of opting out of the receipt. they announced the change on jimmy kimmel live after the
comedian campaigned. those receipts went on forever. good thing we have jimmy kimmel. are you getting sick of me complaining of the rain? >> reporter: yes. it's not just me. >> reporter: yesterday we had the spotty thundershowers. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows rain east of philadelphia. if we go in closer this is circulating down from the north. the low pressure center off the coast is pulling away from us, you can detect this coming down and eventually sliding out to sea. nonetheless there are sprinkles and showers east of philadelphia this morning and there will be a few more later today and perhaps early this evening. as we look outside we've got cloudy skies and sunny breaks. that's going to be the deal this morning and this afternoon across the region. you'll see clouds and sun. it's comfortable as you step outside, 56 degrees in philadelphia. pretty much the same story in reading, allentown, trenton,
wilmington, millville, milder in cape may affirm comfortable morning i was outside with a suit coat it felt pretty good. i don't think you have to go overboard with extra gear this morning. future tracker 6 picking up that story, most of the precip will be east of philadelphia. it will be wind up being spotty. we can't rule out a thundershower like we had yesterday. most of you it will be an intermittent shower, overnight tonight, the rain clears out, the clouds, as well. it's warm, 76 degrees, mix of clouds and sun. down the shore, rather than being stuck in the 60s while the rest of us are enjoying warmth, you'll get in the 70s. spotty showers as you go along the coast, but milder. in philadelphia, clouds and sun, showers east of the city for most part, wind out of the north at 6 to 12 miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy
and cool, dipping to 60 for the low, the wind staying light. and then we get a change starting tomorrow and heading into sunday. a bermuda high pressure system sets up that's the typical summer high. the clockwise flow around that will draw warmer and warmer air in. we'll get into the 80 ts -- 80s and we'll add humidity to the package. 79 is the high, feeling summery, showers to the east. tomorrow, 86 degrees, you'll be sweating, but it's a good 86. thursday, clouds come in, and we'll get to 87 for the high, you'll feel the humidity. friday, warm and humid, 88. a thunderstorm possible, for the holiday weekend, it's pretty much more of the same.
85 -- 8 of saturday, 85 on sunday, sunday, 79 on memorial day. if you hear thunder head indoors. up next, more stories you didn't see last night. including two plane crashes that happened hours apart in the hawaiian islands. lift ride service is adding two services to its app. >> reporter: the tacony-palmyra is up, we'll check for clays czech right back.
welcome back take a live look here, the beautiful skies above us, as the morning gets going, at least from there, doesn't look like rain in that part of the area, enjoy it while you can. isn't it rich? >> reporter: it's beautiful. are you going to sing for us matt? no. >> reporter: almost got him to. 422 looking live near 23. traffic moving okay, that's eastbound traffic moving just fine at 23. no overnight construction it's cleared, things are looking good with all lanes open at 422.
let's switch over on to i-95 looking live in delaware county. you can see the southbound traffic right here heading toward delaware and between delaware and the blue route it's an easy 5, 6 minute ride. we're not seeing any problems in delaware county. we have showers in new jersey and southern delaware right now. we have an issue in new jersey, 42 southbound past 534 near clementon reports of an accident we're hearing it's on the shoulder. so it should not be too much of an issue. i want to show you storm tracker 6 live double scan we've been watching the showers pin wheel through the area. it's wet in wrightstown burlington and ocean county along the coastline being wet. surf city and atlantic city, philadelphia, wilmington, most of the area is looking dry right now. the temperatures are nice, 56 degrees right now in philadelphia. feeling nice and comfortable. we've got a warm one ahead. high of 79. not entirely shower, showers afternoon east of the city matt. brand new here, five people
are dead after a skydiving plane crashed after takeoff in hawaii. this is one of two plane crashes reported on the islands yesterday. four of the people on board were pronounced at the scene. the 5th later at the hospital. the single engine cessna went down on the island of kauai. later a small aircraft crashed off the coast of oahu. ntsb and faa are investigating both crashes. a virgin american flight collided with a bird after taking off at denver. workers scrambled to find passengers other ways to get to san francisco as the crew expected the airbus 320. passengers and crew were never in danger. first there was trump university now there's trump 101. professor robert smith is devoting a class to the candidacy of donald trump. they will use a foundation in
political science to finds mass appeal to voters and gop realignment. he homes the students will take an objective look at trump whether they love him or hate him. making summer school great again. if you have to go to summer school nothing will do that. george zimmerman made headlines when he announced to auction off the gun that killed trayvon martin. we'll have that at 6:30. >> reporter: i've got a jacket on the kids this morning, don't go overboard, this afternoon it's shorts and ts. the play darn up next. >> reporter: -- day planner up next. >> reporter: facebook said the company said conservative views were not suppressed. they will no longer use internal
websites to assess the story. >> reporter: snap chat has evolved into storytelling videos. the 25-year-old founder famously turned down four billion for his company. we learned it is value at 20 billion. ride sharing service lift is letting user schedule rides ahead of time. pick ups can be scheduled 24 hours in advance. it's being scheduled -- it's being tested in san francisco. if it goes well it will be expanded from there. those are tech bytes.
saved a little girl who locked herself in the bathroom. the firefighter slid a cell phone under the door to take a picture of the jammed locked and they they needed her help to unlock the door. i uncrude -- i unscrewed the screws. how did you learn that, righty tighty, lefty lose -- >> reporter: she is not only cute, she is bright, too. a good shot of the conditions, we've been wet east of the schuylkill expressway. mass transit if character heading out no problems. >> reporter: showers dropping
down east of philadelphia out of the north. these will have a tendency to thin out and push to the east as we go through the day and into the evening. a little bit damp staying east of the city today. for the commuter forecast, 60 degrees by 7:00 a.m. cool and comfortable. 66 by 9:00 a.m. noon, 74. this afternoon we'll get a high of 79 degrees hitting that at 4:00 p.m. and sitting on it at 35:00 p.m., a mix of clouds and sun overall with spotty showers or thundershowers to the east of philadelphia at times today. on the big board at the airport, the only spot we've been looking at rain this morning, has been boston that appears to be drying up. now new york city developing a little bit of a shower, but again it's that light stuff i've been showing you. phillies continue their 6 game road trip. franco helped the phillies technicals take the lead last night. then trouble showed up with the pitcher in the 5th inning.
back-to-back homers were hit for detroit and the phillies went on to lose 5-4. following breaking news at 6:30. a driver kills a man and destroys a septa bus canopy and ditches the car. annie mccormick is live at the scene, annie. >> reporter: that's right, the victim was a man waiting for a bus. the driver was out of control and hit and killed him. the driver took off on foot. we'll have details about the investigation coming up.
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the parents of a toms river new jersey boy who was four when he shot and killed a 6-year-old has been ordered to pay $600,000 to the boy's family. they will have to pay punitive damages to the parents. le riewlings -- rulings follow a wrongful death lawsuit. the father kept an unlocked rifle in his bedroom where the son found in 2014. a man is behind bars after he opened fire on a tow truck driver ain logan. the 30-year-old tow truck driver and the passenger were sitting in the truck when they got into an argument over money. the man pulled out a gun and started firing. the driver was shot in the chest
in the passenger was grazed in the shoulder. the gunman was caught later. lehigh valley sinkhole opened up on the street back in january. neighbors are now suing the township claiming it was a municipal water main break that caused the problem. "action news" reached out to palmer township officials they told us they have no comment since the issue is the subject of a lawsuit. we're following several breaking news stories this morning including a deadly hit-and-run that happened to an innocent man sittingty septa stop. -- at a septa stop. we have brand new information on the egypt air 804 before it crashed into the mediterranean sea. connections.
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slams into a bus shelter. happening today testimony in a montgomery courtroom that could make or break a criminal case against bill cosby. rising from the ashes, popular north philadelphia bakery is minutes from reopening a year after a devastating blaze. good morning, everybody, 6:30 on this tuesday, weather and traffic with david and karen. >> reporter: we have light rain and showers passing through ocean and burlington county and clipping coastal atlantic city. most of the showers will be to the east, philadelphia very likely dry. there's the wide view with the pinwheeling counter clockwise motion off the coast. that will be pulling away from are us tonight. 63 degrees, very comfortable as you step outside, i'm out here in a suit jacket no need for anything other than that. as we roll through the day, 71, it gets warm this afternoon, by 1:00 p.m., 76 with a mix of sun
and clouds, 78 by 3:00 p.m., a high of 79 probably around 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. your pollen count is low thanks to yesterday rain but in a couple of days it goes back to the medium high range. the temperatures rise as does the humidity. we'll have details how high the temperatures will go and when the humidity becomes an issue in the seven day. doesn't look like we have an issue on the roads. >> reporter: we have flashing lights because an accident brought down a pole northbound on at 9th street. looks like they fixed the traffic lights. be careful if you're in that spot. annie mccormick has been live on the scene talking about the accident investigation at bustleton avenue and cottman avenue. she tell us traffic is getting by, you might want to avoid the scene and stick to castor avenue instead. let's go outside live and check
the ben franklin bridge. looking good, the ben is dry at this point. the showers are east of the city of philadelphia. westbound traffic fairly light volume heading into the city not a big deal on the ben. one more live look on i-95 starting to see normal volume kick be in, southbound traffic slowing as you head toward center city. 24 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. we continue to follow the breaking news this morning, a lexus barrel into shelter at a septa bus killing a man waiting inside. the driver jumped out and looked at what he had done and ran away. annie mccormick is live at the scene of bustleton and cottman now the sun is up and you can really get a look at what's going on, anne. >> reporter: we're getting a better look at the debris that's around here and how far the crime scene spans. the victim was pronounced at the scene after the violent crash. he was sitting underneath the
septa bus canopy, one reason balls there was a torrential downpour. you can see the lexus that the police say was response i -- responsible for hitting and killing the man. they found blood inside the vehicle, they hope that will help them identify the driver. take a look at the video. this happened around 1:00 a.m. at cottman and bustleton. the lexus sustained heavy damage even losing a tire because the front axle is broken. the bus canopy collapsed. witnesses saw the driver stop and get out after he crashed into the canopy. he walked over to look at the victim, then he fled the scene on foot because the car was badly damaged. police say the vehicle came with incredible force throwing the victim into the air. >> reporter: the struck the metal septa canopy with such force it actually tore the metal
canopy from the sidewalk. it also struck the victim who was waiting at the septa stop and launched his body about 100 feet. >> reporter: back here live, the vehicle is out here, balls they are waiting for a police -- because they are waiting for a police tow vehicle. they think the vehicle was going over 30 miles per hour. they think weather was a factor because that's when we had the heavier rainfall. they have descriptions of the driver that did flee on foot. he is in his 20s 5'10" possibly wearing a white t-shirt. as for the victim they are working to identify him right now, they know he is a man in his 40s. new this morning, detectives are questioning two men in connection with the shooting at a philadelphia recording studio. the 24-year-old victim was shot in the leg in the building on
north 4th street in northern liberties last night. two people dropped him off at hahnemann hospital. he is in stable condition. police are reviewing video from the studio. philadelphia police are investigating two gunshot victims along city avenue. witnesses say a victim was pushed from the carat haverford avenue -- car, at haverford avenue and they found a second victim lying next to the car. they found a gun and shell cases inside the car. both are in stable condition. a prosecutor will try to convince a judge that comedian bill cosby should go to trial on sex assault charges. katherine scott is outside the montgomery county courtroom where bill cosby will arrive in hours. >> reporter: it's getting busy at the courthouse, the purpose of the preliminary hearing to
see if the prosecutors have enough evidence to go to trial. the question is andrea constan going to be here today and is she going to take the stand. bill cosby is due at the montgomery county courthouse for preliminary hearing after a judge denied a last ditch effort to delay it. bill cosby is accused of drugging and molesting andrea constan back in 2004. cosby said it was consensual. a civil lawsuit was settled in 2006 the terms bound each side to secrecy. prosecutors reopen the case last year, after several women came forward with claims. the actors' lawyers asked why she waited to go to authorities and continued to have contact with him after the alleged
assault. cosby tried to have it thrown out. the big question is will contan take the stand today. prosecutors could rely on her prior statements to investigators. the burden of proof in a preliminary hearing is low. defense attorneys would love to cross-examine the woman that's the building block getting ready for trial. >> reporter: fencing is set up around the course house, that's because of the mass of people expected today, the general public and the media. it is expected to get underway at 9:30 a.m. a new rescue deal for atlantic city would give it five months to devise a balanced budget. union workers could keep their
collective bargaining rights a sticking point that scuttled previous packages. however, chris christie is skeptical of a bailout plan for ac at it is not known if he will veto. >> reporter: a north philadelphia bakery will reopen on north 22nd street after staining heavy damage in a kitchen fire before easter. denise's opens at 7:30, they expect faithful customers waiting at the door. nice to see a local business open their doors. >> reporter: we have rain out there, open to -- over to the e. it's light on storm tracker 6 live double scan. you can see how it's over by surf city, atlantic city is drying out a little bit. this is not pushing to the east like rain yesterday, it's pretty
much just kind of staying to the east and will probably start to generally pull out to sea most of us that is out that way. i am picking up a slight little shower coming through reading and lees port and fleetwood. if you see some of it in southeastern pennsylvania it will be here and gone in not. we have sunny skies with breaks developing over the airport. that will be the pattern this morning away from the shorepoints where you have the showery activity where you have clouds and sun, over close are to the coast, spotty shower. 56 degrees, comfortable winds, a good looking morning and feeling good, too, there's the cloud cover this is beginning to break apart over to the east and cloudier and slightly damp. future tracker 6 picking up the showers and breaking them down by noon where you have a spotty shower or thundershower. there's another one coming
through this afternoon 5:00 p.m. it's getting ready to be done. in the evening a couple of more and all of this over to the east, by 10 or so 30:00 we're not only drying out, but clearing out, as well. temperatures are warm, that's the big story today. noon, 74 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 78. we'll get a high today of 79 degrees, we'll probably hit that at 4:00 p.m. and still b on that at 5:00 p.m. nice and warm this afternoon, humidity low today. 81 is the high in allentown. 82 in reading. close to 08 in philadelphia. wilmington, mid 70s in trenton, millville, toms river a little cooler down the shore, you know what, finally we're going for highs in the 70s at the shore it's been a while for that. heading into the weekend we have a bermuda high pressure center it will circulate warmer and warmer air from the south. we get in the 80s and humidity back in place. 79 is the high, getting warm, showers to the east, tomorrow,
sunny, warm, 86. humidity on the low side. thursday, warm and humid, high of 87 degrees. on friday we start a repetitive pattern, 88 on friday, 86 saturday, 85 sunday, and each of those days it will be a bit on the humid side especially saturday i think that's when the humidity is at its worst in all likelihood there's a chance of pop-up shower or thunderstorm. most of the holiday weekend we'll be dry, you hear thunder you head inside and let it pass for a half-hour. great to wave the flag and be outside. it is 6:41 we're following breaking news on egypt air flight 804. an expert examining the passengers remains said there are clues to what caused the crash. george zimmerman speaks out about his gun auction and how much it sold for and where the money is going. >> reporter: looking live on the blue route, sunshine coming down. the blue route is dry and no
accident 202 northbound near dilworth town road. all the emergency workers involved with the accident scene. it's involving a birm -- birmingham township police cruiser and a deer. you see the presence on 202 we're seeing slowing in both directions right now with a number of police officers on the scene with an accident involving a police vehicle. let's look at the problems on it there, a lincoln drive southbound past gypsy lane a new accidents blocking a lane and causing a slow go currently. let's look at storm tracker 6 live double scan, we've been talking about how the roads are dry through the i-95 corridor. we're seeing sprinkles near reading and lancaster most of the rain is out in south jersey, the weather not playing a major impact for your morning commute.
56 degrees in philadelphia. temperatures heading up to the upper 70s this afternoon matt. thank you karen. breaking this morning egyptian forensic officials say human remains retrieve from the egypt air 804 crash side are relate to do an explosion on board. the body parts are small and not a whole body part left. ships and subs including from the u.s. are searching for the plane's blacks boxes empty mediterranean sea. george zimmerman claims he got $250,000 for the gun that killed trayvon martin. the former town watchman was acquitted on all charges on the teenager's death. he said the trial gave him clarity. i would have stayed in bed i would have taken a life in
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file for a preview of "good morning america" as they head into ginger zee's night tonight. lots of drama going on, amy robach joining us with a preview of the "g.m.a." >> reporter: that's right, great to be with you both, ginger was incredible last night we'll have more on that in just a bit. breaking overnight, forensic officials saying remains from the egypt air 804 could indicate an explosion on board of we're live in cairo with all the details. donald trump stepping up his attack on the clintons, releasing new video targeting bill clinton's alleged behavior with women. george and the round table with more on that. vacation nightmare one charged with child abuse for letting the 11-year-old drive the golf cart. yes the count down to "dancing with the stars," girard
leading up to last night. she scored a perfect ten. laura and michael behind the scenes in the ballroom. they will join us tonight. big finale coming up. ginger zee plays hurt, okay, she is tough. >> reporter: she also tough, playing even when her back hurt, looking good. not looking good on 202, northbound traffic at dilworth road. we have fire crews and police on the scene. the accident involving a police vehicle. 202 northbound expect delays at dilworth town road. checking the areas around the region. we can see we do have some jams on roads, be careful sure heading out. -- as you're heading out. leaser a live look at cottman, 27 minute jam. >> reporter: east of philadelphia, this is beginning to fall apart. most of the precip will be here
today, showers on and off. dressing it is kids we're in the 50s, a jacket not a bad idea. we're getting warm this afternoon, so shorts and ts. running errands today you might want to get them done in the morning. 66 degrees and comfortable by 9:00 a.m. 71 by 11:00 a.m. this afternoon, high temperature of 79 degrees. a family in rural connecticut snapped photos of a bear cub clueing it's way into the screened in porch. she the cub was cute that turned to fear when the cub was trapped inside. momma cub was freaking out trying to get him out. the mom jumped you mean and back through the door and literally turn around and opened the door for baby cub and then they ran
away. she plans to keep an extra close eye on her children playing on the porch this summer. you can join in the fun against peed pediatric cancer dy days drive to raise money for the pediatric cancer research and care of young cancer patients. we'll be taking your donations at the pvi studios today from 4 to 6:30. top stories 6:56, a lexus
sedan barreled into a bus canopy overnight killing a man waiting inside. witnesses say the driver jumped out and look at the victim and ran off. police found drops of blood inside the car and believe the driver was injured. a fast-moving fire ripped through a house in allentown. a coroner is on the scene, but there's no word if someone died in the fire. comedian bill could say -- bill cosby is expected to return to a montgomery county courtroom this morning to determine if he will face trial on sex assault charges. >> reporter: 202 at dilworth road an accident involving two vehicles, one a police cruiser. >> reporter: we have spotty
good morning, america. breaking news as we come on the air, an investigator now says evidence from egyptair 804 points to an explosion. the new questions about the plane's final movements before it disappeared. the urgent search for answers. we are live in cairo with the latest. overnight six reported tornadoes tear through four states. winds over 80 miles an hour. hail and torrential rain creating travel nightmares. now more severe weather on the way for millions and a blast of heat about to hit the east. temperatures as high as 90 degrees ahead. donald trump unleashes a scathing attack on bill clinton launching a new ad about the former president's problems with women. >> you know, they're dirty players and have been dirty players historically and i have to fight back the way i have to fight back. >> while hillary clinton lashes out at trump warning he could