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multi-vehicle accident that has the highway shut down westbound on i-76. looking live from chopper 6 hd right now. that's right, all traffic stopped on westbound i-76 near the conshohocken curve. only one lane getting by eastbound due to the emergency vehicles there trying to reach the scene. the crash happened a little bit after 11:00 a.m. and involved at least 7 vehicles. it's unclear if any serious injuries at this time. several people were taken to the hospital and taken away on stretchers. you can see the backup there stretches for quite some distance, again, all westbound lanes shut down on i-76 the schuylkill expressway at the conshohocken curve. only one lane getting by eastbound right now and the backup extends, it appears from this angle. all the way into the city. for miles i would say. we'll keep an eye on it throughout the newscast an keep you updated at 6abc.com, as
well. there's also breaking news at this hour the murder of a truck driver in delaware county. investigators have issued an arrest warrant for rodney talbo. he is accused of killing him on a loading dock. a local teenager is recovering after he was shot during an attempted carjacking in the olney section of philadelphia. police are looking for two men who ambushed the victim early this morning. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick is live at northwest detectives with the very latest. annie mccormick. >> reporter: and sarah, detectives say after suffering a gunshot wound the 17-year-old traveled three miles to the hospital. at this hour, police say they are looking for the two men who tried to car jack him. >> reporter: shots rang out in
the 6600 block of oric street around 9:00 a.m. police got a call that a 17-year-old shot in the shoulder drove himself to st. christopher's hospital. here you can see the police surrounding the vehicle at the hospital emergency room entrance. they found three bullet holes that pierced the car. police interviewed the passengers saying two men tried to rob them. they tapped on the window with the gun and announced a robbery. the 17-year-old put the car in drive and took off. >> reporter: according to family members, the foursome were about to head out to get something to eat. police say they are lucky because nobody else was hurt balls the gunman was determined. the shooter chased the car and fired three shots. all three shots did strike the drivers side of the vehicle, one bullet went through the driver
door window and struck the 17-year-old victim in his left shoulder. >> reporter: and police have a vague description of the two men. they hope to find surveillance video in the area. we are told at last check, the 17-year-old is in stable condition. reporting live in logan, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." police have released a description of a man who threw a beer bottle at phillies first baseman over the weekend. the culprit will face a disorderly conduct charge for throwing the bottle at saturday's game. they believe he was wearing a blue phillies hat and gray jersey and faded red shorts. if you recognize him contact philadelphia police. some neighborhoods are still dealing with storm damage this afternoon in fact cleanup is underway in delaware county. crews are trying to clear a large tree that toppled over in
darby borough yesterday. the branches crushed the car and crashed into the house, nobody was hurt. going outside, calm conditions are back, sky6 live hd showing us a beautiful sunny picture at penns landing. karen rogers is in for david murphy and she was the latest from accuweather. >> reporter: it's sunny and warm out here, we have bright sunshine, just a few clouds up above. i want to show you the numbers, 77 degrees in quakertown. 77 in pottstown, already 82 in coatsvilleville. 81 in saint davids. 81 in center city. 79 in levittown. we started the morning in the upper 60s and browns mills and ewing, 80 degrees. 07 in woodbine and sea isle city, 80 degrees in dover, delaware. satellite and radar showing the storms from yesterday long gone, the front limped off the coastline early this morning. it felt sticky this morning, we
can check the conditions in the other areas. 14-mile an hour winds in philadelphia. 15 in millville. feels good since it's warm out here. 9 miles per hour in reading. we were clocking gusts earlier, we had 24-mile an hour in philadelphia. there's a bit of a gusty breeze today which adds to a nice day when you're heading out for the evening commute no weather related worries. 86 degrees, that's the high today. 5:00 p.m., 85. lowering humidity. there's a model that shows clouds in the northwest suburbs we squeeze out a sprinkle. we'll have to watch and see that. 6:00 p.m., 85 degrees, most areas staying dry and nice. 7:00 p.m., 82 degrees, heading to the phils. it should be a nice night to watch the game tonight. we've got big changes in the seven seven-day forecast. a drop in temperatures, i'll detail when that happens in just a minute. keep an eye on the changing
conditions this week with 6abc.com/weather. there you will find storm tracker 6 live radar and constant updates on your forecast. well the late boxing legends muhammad ali has made his final trip back home. ali's body arrived home in louisville, kentucky yesterday. along with the world leaders who are expected to attend including turkey's president and the king of jordon. president bill clinton will deliver the eulogy. a court will rule on whether a list of people involved in the bridgegate scandal should be made public, the scaldings closed the george washington bridge back in 2013. one official has pled guilty. two others are facing trial earlier this year. governor chris christie said he did not know about the scheme when it happened. turning to the race for the white house, hillary clinton is expected to clinch the nomination during the primaries.
several states hold contests including new jersey and california. lauren lister is live in washington with the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: hey, sarah ahead of the last primary day, the democratic candidates are fighting for every vote in california which offers the largest prize. donald trump is off the trail, but he is still making waves. donald trump is not backing off the his belief that judge curiel should not be hearing his case because of his mexican heritage. i want to build a wall. >> reporter: trump said a muslim judge might treat him unfairly balls of his proposal to ban people of that faith from entering the u.s. many in the republican party are outraged by the remarks.
john kasich called on trump to apologized. a newt the remarks a mistake. if somebody else this would have been thrown out summer judgment. as far as tooth is concerned, i saw -- as far as newt is concerned i saw newt and i was surprised. i thought it was inappropriate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck in neck in california, after new jersey clinton will wrap things up. i want to fight hard in california because i want to get as strong a vote as i possibly can. in an effort to stop trump with an independent bid for the
white house has lost a candidate. conservative writer david french said there's not enough time for an unknown to run. lauren lister, channel 6 "action news." thank you. complete coverage of the primary election results from new jersey and elsewhere. stay with "action news" on air and online at 6abc.com. and still to come on "action news" at noon, an ohio prosecutor will reveal his decision for the parents of a child who fell into the gorilla enclosure last week. word of a surprise concert leads 0 to chaos in new york. details involving the concert and kanye west when "action news" comes right back.
trop iical storm collin is gaining speed as it gets ready to strike florida. residents in tampa and nearby cities ventricle placing sand -- have been placing sandbags around their home in preparation for potential flooding. two members of national public radio have been killed on assignment in afghanistan. veteran photographer david
gilkey and his translator were killed when the vehicle was struck. two other journalists traveling with them was not injured. it marks the first time in the 46 year history of the npr were killed on assignment. the baltimore police officer who faces the most serious charges against freddie gray is heading to trial. million examiner ruled that gray died from a spinal cord injury. prosecutors say he failed to buckle him into the a seat belt. he faces 30 years in prison if he is convicted. later today an ohio prosecutor will reveal the decision about the parent of the little boy who fell into the exhibit last week. workers killed the endangered silver back to protect the boy.
the hamilton prosecutor reviewed the cincinnati investigation into the family actions he will announce whether they face any charges for a news conference scheduled for 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. the scoo -- zoo is lanning to reopen the exhibit with -- planning to reopen the exhibit with a higher reinforced barrier. people are fleeing their homes in california. a crash caused the fire outside of lmplets a. l.a. milder temperatures allowed firefighters to get the upper hand over the weekend. elsewhere in california two popular beaches are shut down because of shark sightings. a helicopter saw them swimming 150 yards from shore yesterday. they are 8 weeks long, the sighting comes a week after a female swimmer was attacked at a
nearby beach. she is recovering in the hospital. a surprise concert in new york city turned to chaos over the weekend. more than 4,000 people crowded the streets in east village. fans climbed on top of cars and hung out of windows to get a better view, when kanye got there around 2:00 a.m., he didn't get out of the car and canceled the show. the concert hall said the concert was never officially scheduled in the first place.
gas prices are going up in time for the busy summer driving season. the average price of a gallon of regular has increased 6 cents in the past two weeks. analyzes blame a -- analysts claim a continuing rise in oil. americans age 20 or orderly, said they were obese. that's up a half percent from the year before. there was encouraging news from the report, 50% of the adults said they are meeting exercise recommendations and more people have obtained health insures coverage. a new study suggests that popular ads with celebrities are influencing the teenagers.
the study was published in the journal ever pediatrics. the "action news" team is out working on new stories beginning tonight at 4:00 p.m. we head into the hot summers months we make sure your air condition is ready to workover -- work over time. and if you're in the interesting in a new up with we have that too. i want to tell you, i'm not interested in your trucks, i just want you to know we support in your decision. a dad's craig list is going viral it has parents everywhere standing by his side. sky6 live hd looking at wilmington, live at this hour, karen rogers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back. scanning back inside, we
had to pull her in. it's gorgeous out there today. >> reporter: it is, it's warm and nice, the humidity is dropping. it started off kind of sticky and it is getting picture-perfect for you right now. let's check storm tracker 6 live double scan. we are dry and looking good. let's go outside we have some pretty shots. looks like a postcard, doesn't it. commodor barry bridge never looked so good. we have cloud and sunshine, beautiful blue skies, so it's a very good looking day right now. 81 degrees the current temperature, dewpoint 57. it was in the upper 60s earlier. it's dropped in the afternoon now. the pressure is holding steady. we have gusty breeze up to 25 miles per hour. the ocean temperature is 62. it dropped a little bit. satellite and radar showing the
storms obviously well off the coastline. we have the front that is lingering behind it i it limped off the coast and helped bring down the dewpoint. we have clouds moving from the west, we have a model that suggests do we get a sprinkle in the northwest suburbs. we'll have to see. 85 in reading, 84 in trenton. if you're on the beach along the coastline. in the 70s. further inland in the 80s. along the coast, sitting on the beach temperatures drops down a little bit. 84 degrees at 2:00 p.m., bright sunshine. 4:00 p.m., 86 that's the high a little bit above average. 6:00 p.m. coming down from the 85 degrees. 8:00 p.m., 80 and 10:00 p.m., 77. going to the phils should be a nice night for that. 6:00 p.m., a few clouds, we saw them moving in from the west. do we get a sprinkle out of
this? the dewpoints are way down, i think we stay dry. i wanted to warn you about that. tomorrow we get spotty precipitation. not everybody will see it. this is a look at 4:00 p.m. it's unstable with a short wave that's moving through, so we could see a brief shower or thunderstorm in a couple of spots tomorrow afternoon. we continue to watch tropical storm collin, 285 miles west/southwest of tampa. they were 40 in the overnight hours and bumped up to 50 and they are maintaining that. it's expected to bring 3 to 5 inches of rain to florida, georgia and the carolinas. it's not going to impact our weather, but tuesday we could have strong wind and rip currents, but that's about it with our weather. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we have a good one today, it's breezy and less humid, temperature rising,
86 degrees for the high. tomorrow, clouds and sunshine, 85, it's warm day, but unstable, we get spotty showers or thunderstorms late in the day. the change comes wednesday we have an upper level trough that moves in. look at this drop. this is a new number, weapon went from 85 to 71 quite a change from wednesday and it's going to be winds. we'll see clouds and sun unstable with showers probably early afternoon or late morning. thursday looks like a chilly start. how about the overnight low, 56 wednesday night in the city, that means thursday morning some areas could be about 50 degrees as you are heading out. a little bit cool, 75 for the high. friday, partly sunny, 77. saturday, clouds and sun, can't rule out a shower, 78 degrees. sunday, # degrees, a little unstable.
78 degrees. you have to notice we are in the # -- 70s. i was born in the 70s. these seniors from upper dublin high school visited their old school. students and teachers lined the hallway as the graduates returned to say goodbye where their education started. it's a start of a new from digs in montgomery. pretty cool. we're taking a break, so you can get your birth certificate. much more ahead on "action news." the best police dogs in the country show off their skills at a competition in the area. stand up comedy during a group date, the preview of the bachelorette. that should be funny in more ways than one coming up on
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own funeral a decade ago. officials say they have determined the cause of a fiery train derailment. now the details on the developing story, several vehicles have crashed on the schuylkill expressway causing major delays. the accident is in the westbound lanes of the schuylkill expressway near the conshohocken curve. this is video from a short time ago. it happened at 11:00 a.m. five vehicles were involved. westbound traffic is blocked for miles and eastbound impacted. at this point in time when the video was taken only one lane was getting by on the eastbound side of the road. we are told two people were injured and taken away to local hospitals. no word on what caused the crash. as we look back live from our camera traffic you can see at this point now, all lanes westbound remain closed at the conshohocken curve. they are getting the vehicles up on the flat bed trucks and tow trucks trying to get them off