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"action news" at 12:30 continues with rick williams, sara bloomquist and meteorologist, david murphy. hello again, here are the stories we are following for you now at 12:30. a fire forces residents of a camden assisted living center out into the cold and several are taken in for treatment. and the push for votes one again lands here in the delaware valley as the vice presidential nominee stumps in buck county. and we are looking at warmer temperatures. >> now the details, the fire marshall is looking to find out what caused a fire in the assisted living center in south jersey? >> the bentley center had to be evacuated and a half dozen people were rushed to the hospital. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: an administrator tells "action news" that because the fire happened after 7:00 in the morning the majority of the residents were already awake and that made evacuations easier and several people did suffer smoke
inhalation. a morning fire forced evacuations and sent several to the hospital. >> we had six individuals that were exposed to smoke and tra e transported to local hospitals. three firefighters and one police officer. >> during the evacuation the office was injured and the fire began in a two bedroom unit. the fire marshall expects to be on scene for most of the day to determine a cause. and bentley hosts an area for independent living and secure area for people suffering from dementia. the dementia patients were not affected. >> when the alarm activated the smoke doors closed and kept the smoke from traveling throughout the entire building, we did atmospheric monitoring to make sure they are not exposed to toxins.
>> and we are told that the people living in the affected area will be relocated to a different part of the building. reporting in pennsauken, annie mccormick, channel 6 "action news." chester county authorities identified the woman who died when she could not escape her burning home. bonnie lynn hall, was reportedly live ago loan inside of the home on birmingham road in birmingham township. the star started in the back of the house at 11:00 last night. a passerby saw the flames and called 911. >> 20 minutes to extinguish the fire and 10 minutes of the first or second truck being there the crews found the victim. >> chopper 6 hd was over the scene once day broke and you can see that investigators boarded up the home after taking the necessary evidence for investigation, they are not yet commenting on what caused the deadly fire, they say it does not appear suspicious. turning to accuweather now much of the region woke up with a little bit of frost on the
windshield this morning. sky 6 hd looking at the jersey shore in atlantic city, still chilly out there, but don't get accustomed to it just yet. david murphy joins us outdoors on the terrace with the details. >> reporter: for the third straight day we have sun in the morning and giving way to more cloud cover in the afternoon. this just over the last hour, hour and a half. this morning under the clear skies boy was it cold. we got down to 38 in philadelphia and the region wound out at or below freezing, in trenton, allentown, millville, lakehurst and a lot of frost around as sara mentioned. we are up to 47 in allentown, 48 in wilmington. these numbers are all cooler than this time yesterday. at least the winds are not as strong you get on a coat are you
in good shape. we expect to be at 52 degrees and then 53 by 4:00, i'm expecting a high of 54 by 3:00, and 6:00 down to 50 and after that we tumble down to the 40s, 10:00, 43. we are not going to lose all of that much or ground temperature overnight. we stop at a low of 41 and that is better than 38 and the nearby temperatures around freezing, the lowest numbers we'll see in the neighborhoods is probably 37, 38 degrees something like that. so guys another cool start tomorrow and rain arriving tomorrow and future tracker 6 with that story coming up. and a surge of mild air in time for the weekend. the way most of us like it. >> absolutely thank you. with rain in the forecast, rely on 6abc.com/weather for the latest. stormtracker 6 live double scan radar gives advance warning of when and where the heaviest rain is headed. and remember that twitter and facebook are excellent ways to
connect with our meteorologists. >> with five-days to go for the strike deadline, septa and the trans union workers have yet to come up with a contract. they plan to strike on monday if they don't iron out a deal. the workers are at odds andself issues including wages and health care and pensions. if they go on strike the regional rail will not be affected. turning to the race for the white house now. pennsylvania is once again in the bull's-eye as the candidates target the battleground states for your vote. tim kaine will make two stops here today and plans a speech at buck county community college in newtown, and on to allentown for an event this evening. mike pence will attendee vents in reno and salt lake city today. meanwhile, the two at the top of the ticket are expected
on the campaign industrial in battleground states. stephanie ramos joins us from washington, d.c. with more on that. >> reporter: rick, donald trump is here in d.c. today, he just wrapped up his event at his brand spanking new hotel while hillary clinton is in florida. each candidate is taking different campaign approaches in this final stretch to election day. >> this morning donald trump is mixing business with his campaign. >> trump celebrating his new $200 million hotel in d.c., but on the west coast his star on the hollywood walk of fame taking a beating but not for the first time. the star now destroyed. the day before he was at a golf course in florida attacking obama care. >> it's killing our businesses and killing our small businesses, it's killing individuals. >> and then taunting vice president joe biden over the behind the gym comments.
>> take me to the back of the barn, me. i would love that. i love that. >> trump is in the middle of a different fight between megan kelly and newt gingrich. the speaker of the house criticizing the treatment of female accusers. >> you are fascinated with sex and don't care about public policy, that is what i get out of watching you tonight. >> i am not facinated by sex but i am fascinated by the protection of the women and what we are getting in oval office. >> the final fundraiser for 2016 was last night in miami. according to senior aide but hanging out in the sunshine state for another day. urging supporters to get out and vote early even though the latest poll shows clinton leading trump among likely voters. >> i feel good but i'm not
taking anything for granted. >> and with today being hillary clinton's 69th birthday her team is not taking anything for granted eerm, surprising her with a birthday cake and many happy birthday tweets. in washington, channel 6 "action news." >> stephanie thank you. just two weeks to go until election day, download our free 6 abc news app to get breaking alerts and get the latest from the campaign industrial. brigitte kelly is back on the witness stand in the so-called bridge gate trial. yesterday kelly testified that an email she sent that stated time for traffic problems was really referring to a legitimate traffic studiy. kelly is charged with closing the george washington bridge lanes as part of a political pay back. the top prosecutor continued his fight against bullying.
essential williams visited the dunbar academy. his message was simple. if you see bullying happening try to create a resolution. it is the fourth year for williams' anti-bullying campaign. there is more ahead on "action news" at 12:30. a midair mystery a british airways flight forced to make an emergency landing when two dozen crew members fell ill. thieves robbed -- of an nfl star.
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yi0y a man is recovering from a gunshot wound to the back as police continue to look for suspects. "action news" is on the scene of north 31st street and susquehanna avenue in the strawberry man's section at 2:30 this morning. the victim was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
just three hours earlier police were called to the scene of a shooting here on the 6500 block of east worchester street. when they arrived they found a 30-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds to the abdomen and right arm and backside and was rushed to albert einstein hospital in critical condition. a mystery illness of the crew of a british airways flight forced the plan to make an emergency landing in canada. the flight had just taken off from san francisco marcy gonzales has the details. >> reporter: a crew of this jumbo jet became sick but not the passengers. >> say again -- >> toxic gas -- >> the double decker plane with more than 400 passengers on board was heading from san francisco to london when an
emergency was declared. three crew members passed out but british airways says there is no evidence of that. >> it did a complete u-turn. the pilot announced they would have to land and head to vancouver better equipped to handing the big jumbo jet. >> people were panicking, the woman in the seat next to us was crying. >> you see firefighters walking through inexpecting the plane. 11 crew members reported being sick all 25 were hospitalized as a precaution. >> sometimes they are difficult. one person smells something and react some way maybe something coming from the cargo hold that was momenty. thieves made off with a soup ball ring. the home of bronco's linebacker
demarco ware's house was ran vacced. the ring alone is valued at nearly $32,000. a college student says he was beaten and robbed at gun point in his apartment and his girlfriend saw the whole thing from nearly 200 miles away. gale was using face time to talk to his girlfriend when three men barged in his apartment sunday morning. the girl grabbed screen shots and called 911. >> they were stomping me on the way out saying i'll shoot you if you follow me. >> the robbers stole thousands of dollars worth of music equipment and the suspects are still on the loose. police in california stepped up to help a fallen colleague. they walked vanessa vega to
school. her father, jose was one of officers killed responding to a domestic call earlier this month. they eventually decided that the special police escort to school was the best way to show vega she is surrounded by love and support. i like that story. still ahead on "action news" another check of your accuweather forecast. >> outside we go looking live at sky 6 hd philadelphia international airport we are looking towards a warm-up. david murphy has the deal tails in the accuweather forecast. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. meteorologist, david murphy here with the forecast. i actually saw people with gloves on. >> you saw me. >> mens gloves. stormtracker 6 live double scan -- >> nothing wrong with mens gloves. >> thank you sara. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan nothing going on in the way of rain, as we look outside sky
6 hd temple university looking south to city hall. and well you can see the cloud cover sweeping in over the last hour, hour and a half. it looks like a clouds and sun mix the rest of the way. in the forecast we have sun in play and mixing with the clouds, and starting tomorrow the clouds get thicker and we'll see rain and wet snowflakes early tomorrow morning. in the lehigh valley and poconos. it's rain for the rest of us during the day. we are looking for a warmer trend. 48 in philadelphia and winds from the north at 70 and not all that strong today and not as blustery as the last couple of days. there you see rainfall ago part in eastern ohio. it's pushing towards the east and overnight and early tomorrow morning clipping the suburbs with rain drops and wet snowflakes and later tomorrow the cold front portion of that system comes in and gives us rain here in philadelphia and
elsewhere. 54 is the high in the city and 54 in wilmington and these numbers are all cooler than the last couple of days. and cooler than the average high running at 65 degrees in philadelphia. 52 degrees in trenton and 54 in millville and 54 today in cape may. 52 on your thermometer in the city and by 2:00 we look ahead in the evening, coming down from the 54 degree high at 4:00. we are still holding on to 53 degrees with the clouds and sun mix. we tumble to 46 by 8:00 but not too much below that tonight. the overnight low in philadelphia 41. lets take a look at temperatures on future tracker 6 and tonight at 12:30, a little after midnight most of us are still in the 40s. tomorrow morning not much difference, getting down to 40 or so in philadelphia. you see how the coolest numbers are in the upper 30s outside of poconos. tomorrow morning is still coat weather but not as cold as this morning. tomorrow afternoon's high is 58
degrees with the warm front pushing to the north and rain and wet snow north of philadelphia in the morning and waiting for the afternoon for the cold front portion of that system to come in with the rain. there is that blue mixes with green and a wet snowflake and not expecting this to be a big deal. should it happen. in the afternoon, 3:00 or 4:00 we develop showers north and west of philadelphia and late afternoon and evening off and on showers popping through and more of that up to 10:30 and 11:00 tomorrow night. tomorrow night is a night where adam and cecily will have something to show you on stormtracker 6 live double scan by friday morning it's off the coast and we are drying out. partly sunny skies overall, 54 in your high. it's cool. breezy and cloudy in the morning and 58 degrees late in the afternoon we'll see the rain arrive. and that continues into the evening and dry again and 57. here is the change. it looks like ahead of an
approaching front warm air up to 73 degrees and looking good for the temple game in the afternoon. on sunday sun and gathering clouds with a high of 69, it may wind up being cooler than that as the clouds march in faster, when clouds can make a difference with the low sun angle and monday we are nice and dry for halloween work go 62 and dry in the evening. >> thank you david. if you love vegetables and want to check out the plant based restaurant. on westmont, camden county. karen rogers take a look at a new place to get the fresh veggies. >> as soon as i came in to heartbeat kitchen. i thought i have to take my girls here. heartbeat kitchen comes from the heart. >> everything that i ever wanted to eat. and the decor. >> this is what my house looks like too.
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12:30. sierra is expecting her first child with her husband russel wilson. it came on their instagram accounts also sierra's 31st birthdays and excited to share the best gift of all with her husband. she has a son from a previous relationship with rapper, future. and justin timberlake is causing the stir with this selfie. he flew to tennessee and posted this picture of himself voting on inextra gram. that is a no no in tennessee. the governor made it illegal to take selfies or videos
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mixing in the western suburbs and cool to mid-50s for the most part and some spots on the i-95 corridor the winds are not as strong. 6 to 12 miles per hour. partly sunny and milder tomorrow afternoon. but at the same time we are on the lookout for arriving rain tomorrow. >> thanks david. >> can you guys solve a rubics cube? >> absolutely-not. >> how about with your feet? luke of tucson, arizona just began working with the toy this summer and can solve it in 37 seconds with his feet. >> a showoff. that is what he is. >> a look at the stories coming up on "action news" at 4:00. u.s. soldiers being forced to pay back their bonuses and getting a break for now.
we are getting the latest developments from the pentagon. and are you stuck scratching your head for a halloween costume. we have you covered. the inexpensive ideas are coming today in what's the deal. don't forget to join us for 'al 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> i'm sara bloomquist have a great afternoon.
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