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>> good morning it is 6:00 a.m. on this monday february 27 here's what's happening. >> comedian bill cosby is expected back in the courtroom today. he is fighting to have an outside jury to hear his upcoming sexual assault case in montgomery county. >> we could hit the 70s at some point at the same time there's a chance of snow showers. >> mistake, moonlight, you guys won best picture. >> it was an unbelievable and unforgettable moment the cast of la la lands thanked the academy
and realizinged this was not our award. >> talk about pulling the rug from under their feet. >> reporter: that was crazy. let's start you with satellite, we have mainly clear skies, we have high, thin clouds that begun to pop up over the region. it's a morning for displases, w- sunglasses, we'll have additional clouds coming up from the west. 4 degrees in philadelphia. still in the 20s in reading, allentown and 28 this trenton. 23 in millville. there you see all that. as we take a look at winds, 3-mile an hour in philadelphia. the winds are very much on the light side. noon, 50 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 57 degrees that's the high. so it will be milder today than yesterday. we'll slide to 54, still not bad by 5:00, 7:00 p.m., 49 a little bit of a light breeze fairly
light as the clouds go on. it will be milder tomorrow and milder on wednesday. there's an issue on wednesday with potentially strong afternoon and evening thunderstorms. i'll be tracking those on future tracker 6 in a couple of minutes. for now what do we have the on the roads. we have disabled vehicle on i-95, penndot is zooming around with it, northbound near girard you're looking at heavier volume where we had the right lane blocked. we have an accidental gone avenue at rhawn street watch for this in rawnhurst section. this disabled vehicle cleared and moving nicely in the 50s for the most part. blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95. looking live on the burlington bristol bridge we're expecting an opening with the burlington bristol bridge, stick to the tacony-palmyra instead. vine street expressway no
construction, traffic is moving fine, a little volume westbound. no big delay. happening today, bill cosby is back in court fighting to have his sex assault trial moved from montgomery or outside jury to be brought in. katherine scott is live in norristown where the hearing takes place today. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, matt, that's right, the defense team feels that bill cosby can't get a fair trial here, his case was a campaign issue for the race for district attorney. there's been a lot of publicity locally, they want to move the trial out of the county or bring jurors from a different county in. today in norristown, attorney general for actor bill cosby will argue that a fair jury cannot be selected in montgomery county. they will ask the judge to change the location of the trial or select jurors from another county. the defense said outside jurors should hear the case due to the amount of publicity even before the start of the trial. cosby stands accused of drugging
and sexually assaulting andreay constan in 2 -- and -- and degree i. it was a blow to prosecutors that 1 other accusers testify to show that cosby had a pattern of similar behavior. as for what's happening today, the district attorney said he wouldn't be opposed to bringing in jurors from outside the county, but does not want the trial moved outside the county. happening at 10:00 a.m., live in norristown katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> vandal have toppled hundreds of headstones in the wissinoming section of the city. the discovery was made yesterday
morning. dozens of people from all faiths showed up to help repair the damage. there's a $13,000 reward for information that leads police to the vandals. we're learning about a suspicious death in the olney section. police are trying to determine if the man's own pitbull puppy killed him. they were called to the home on risen sun avenue. they found 20-year-old mantua severe bit marks to his face. the man was rushed to einstein where he was found dead. the 8-month-old pitbull was found inside stained with blood. there's a number of unusual economic indicators the rate at which people quit their job and there's the tooth fairy generosity. maribel aber is live at the nasdaq in time square to explain that. >> save the tooth fairy money it's compound interest. stock also were enough to push
the dow to record closing. we'll have pending home sales and gdp and pending home sales out. cash payout for a tooth soared 4.66 cents from the annual tooth fairy survey. the biggest payments out west, the smallest payments midwest, 4.04 cents. that's the latest. last night's oscars may go down as the most memorable ever as warren beatty and at a -- faye dunaway read out the wrong
thing. you can see beatty was visibly confused because he was handed the actress in the leading role, emma stone won for la la land. many people were asking how could this happen. per academy rules, there are two envelopes for every winner posted on opposite sides of the stage. somehow rather than destroying the old envelope it was put in warren beatty's hand. price water house cooper apologized to the cast of will a land and faye dunaway and oscar viewers. they went on tolls they are investigating. -- to say they are investigating. it was a great night for la la land, the film's director damien chazelle of haverford won the best director award.
it was a big night for ardmore song writer who shared an oscar for best original song for city of stars from la la land, accepting the award he gave a shout out to his mother kathy he thanked her for letting him quit soccer and letting him be in the school musical instead. >> what would johnny carson have done. >> reporter: didn't spotlight win last year? i'm going to write a script spotlight, moonlight. we're dry out there, looking on sky6 live hd there's the promise of sunshine coming up over the horizon although we have high clouds that will filter through. today is a mix of sun and clouds. temperature 34 degrees in philadelphia. 29 in wilmington, 28 in trenton.
26 in allentown. 41 degrees in cape may, new jersey. as we take a look at the wide view on satellite, again high clouds beginning to filter in locally. it's not a lot, later on today we'll see more of it, overall sun and clouds today. the lehigh valley, 54 degrees mile an hour than yesterday. sun and clouds, jacket weather certainly. at the shore, 52 degrees, a little bit cooler with the cool air coming off the cool ocean. philadelphia, 57. 11 degrees better than yesterday. sun mixing with increasing clouds as the day goes on. milder jacket weather, but still nice, winds just a little bit breezy, later today. not too bad. overnight tonight, not as cold as this morning. we'll go down to 44 degrees. there could be a spotty sprinkle or shower around toward morning. tomorrow, look for spotty light rain at times, steadier perhaps later in the day and at night, but the big story tomorrow is how we get once again at that
mild wintertime surge. 65 degrees, warm front around an area of high pressure off the coast. by wednesday a cold front gets closer to us, an increased surge gets us up to 74 degrees on wednesday, but there's a trade off on wednesday, as that front comes in closer, 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., like saturday, we're going to have another line of heavy rain and perhaps gusty thunderstorms rolling in, looks like between 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. it's popping through philadelphia and getting over to the east after that with perhaps another batch of rain coming in later at night. again these could be strong and gusty storms. i want you to take cover wednesday afternoon and evening. 57 is the high, sun and clouds, tomorrow, showers, 65 degrees, very mild. wednesday, thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. ahead of that 74. behind that system on thursday, windy and cooler, 55 is the
high. down to 42 with rain or snow shower around. twoonlt -- it wouldn't be advised to see light accumulation on grassy surface. 47 on saturday, and 57 on sunday. future trip to wendy's might not have you asking where's the beef, but rather where do i place my order. >> reporter: traffic is at a standstill, i-95 jammed from approaching cottman to the betsy ross bridge we'll show you where else it is jammed coming up.
broken, good morning, it is sky 6 looking live in atlantic city, 6:14 a.m., 34 degrees out there. from the good to not so good. >> reporter: yeah, we have an accident on the the schuylkill expressway it's in a bad spot on the ramp from girard avenue to the schuylkill expressway eastbound. looks like i see, one, two, three vehicles. penndot just arrived on the scene with the arrow board. i was watching live as they just pulled up. they are blocking the ramble, what they are doing is allowing people to sneak in and head out over the median on to the lanes
schuylkill eastbound. the ramp from girard avenue to the schuylkill expressway, three vehicles involved, penndot just arrived on the scene. you see the slowing, as well. let's watch and see what this guys does, they merge over there, you have to be careful doing that, they may not realize there's an accident there. creating a problem on on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. police are not there yet, but penndot arrived, be careful schuylkill expressway eastbound at girard. looking live in new jersey, this is 42 right now, looking at route 41, deptford township, if you're coming up from turnersville or deptford not a big delay, but building volume. the delay will kick in momentarily. we have an accident at northeast high school algone avenue at rhawn street that's happening in the rawnhurst section. this is the roosevelt boulevard slowing down southbound boulevard extension heading toward the schuylkill expressway.
let's check the travel times, no delays i-95 schuylkill expressway and 42 even though in the cameras we're seeing jams there. 33 degrees in philadelphia. 26 in allentown. 23 in millville. it's cooled to start, but milder in the afternoon with a high of 57, tam. >> thank you karen. california water authorities will cut the crowd flow from the oroville damage today. the department of water resources said it will allow worker to clear debris at the bottom of the spillway. 200,000 people were evacuated over fears the spillway could fail. >> area residents will continue to cleanup from severe storms over the weekend while officials confirm that tornado touched down in luzerne county, pennsylvania. people used chain sauce to remove trees -- chain saws that fell on homes, lancaster and york counties were hit hard.
mardi gras fun turned into a nightmare as a driver plowed into a crowd with a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit. police expect to file 19 charges past the dui charge. 28 people were injured. the father of a navy seal who was killed during a raid in yemen is calling for an investigation into how his son died. he refused to meet the president trump when the president visited dover air force base. the elder owen said the president requested a private ceremony and why did the president approve the raid a week after taking office. >> all right guys we're dressing the kids warmly in winter gear maybe a hat, there's not a lot of wind, but we have temperatures in the 20s in some neighborhoods.
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>> tomorrow morning on "action news" at 6:00 a.m., karen rogers offers a personal story her mother is suffering from alzheimers disease and living with karen and her family. it's a situation many families are struggling with right now. karen gives you a glimpse into her life, plus the one thing you can do if you're caring for a loved one with alzheimers. >> there's many reasons karen rogers is a special person, when you see how she is with her mother, you'll love her more. >> i feel so emotional about this story, i hope it helps people. >> reporter: if you're trying to head to work, we have a new accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound past gulph mills, penndot has a tight view he is not happy. we have a multi-vehicle accident we have five vehicles involved, one car kind of smashed into another here there are five vehicles at times they remember blocking all lanes, police are
not on the scene just yet. it's creating a problem, we understand there are injuries, one lane is getting by at times on the schuylkill expressway eastbound past gulph mills bad situation happening right there. people stopping and trying to help. multiple vehicles involved with the accident dave. >> reporter: all right, concern, we have chilly temperatures this morning, some suburbs in the 20s, 34 degrees range in philadelphia. noon, 50, we'll get a high of 57 by 3:00 p.m. that's about ten degrees warmer than yesterday. wind not as strong as yesterday. 5:00 p.m., 54 degrees, barely in the 40s by 7:00 p.m. sun and clouds, not bad overall. if you're traveling out of town, no major issues at the airport. all green aircraft no fog or any rain in our travel cities, matt, tam. >> thank you, david. a firefighter in boston was able to save a dog that fell
through the ice, you can see the firefighters using hooks to crash through the ice, when he reaps the dog he holds on a team of firefighters pulled him to safety. once he got close to shore, the dog was able to go off on its own unsaved. >> a look at the oscar moments. >> a jewish cemetary is vandalized in the city. annie mccormick has more. >> reporter: police are working to find out if the vandalization of the jewish cemetary was a hate crime. in the meantime, people are coming together to help raise money, details coming up.
>> oscars may have ended on a bit of a sour note. host jimmy kimmel dropped movie theater candy from the ceiling to keep the stars from going hungry. >> another buzzable moment was the surprise visit for unsuspecting tourists. jimmy kimmel said they would see an exhibit of dresses worn during the oscars. instead they walked into the telecast. denzel washington married an engaged couple and jennifer aniston gave a woman sunglasses from her purse. the best dressed, look at
viola, emma stone, the men most of them looked dapper in their suits, i did not like ryan goslings shirt. >> the first guy you saw. just white like this one. >> more oscar highlights straight ahead including the one run down for the winners and wild ending of the show. >> a car plunged over the floor of a parking garage, if it had the not landed where it did, the young driver might not have survived.
hundreds of grave stones are toppled or broken at a jewish cemetary in philadelphia on the heals of a rash of antismellsic attacks -- antisemitic attacks. a crash in delaware kills two off-duty police officers. >> best picture, everybody is shaking their heads, how did they get the winner so wrong? >> bonnie and clyde strike again. let's go over to david and karen. >> reporter: we have cool air that moved in sunday, it has not escaped the region. we have high clouds, thicker cloud cover off to the west, we'll have sunshine give to a few clouds, bright overall. cold in philadelphia, notice how we're in the 20s in the northern suburbs of trenton, allentown and lancaster. and 23 in millville. not a lot of wind, but
definitely winter coat temperatures this morning. 3 miles of wind in philadelphia. you don't have to worry about the windchills so much. this afternoon we'll take the southerly flow and we'll use it to grab on to milder air town south. 34 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 50. 3:00 p.m. are 57. yesterday we only got to 46. today it will be better and not as windy. 5:00 p.m., 54. 7:00 p.m., down to 49. karen, it gets warmer over the next couple of days, but i am concerned about strong thunderstorms coming through late wednesday. i'll show you to those on future tracker 6. >> reporter: we have a major accident breaking news on the schuylkill expressway, multi-vehicle accident eastbound past gulph mills. chopper 6 heading to the scene. we showed you this accident even before emergency workers got to the scene. initially there were 8 vehicles out there. some of the vehicles have left. i think there were 8 involved.
you can see the one car up into the trees there. there was another car that ran into another. this car ran into the median here, several vehicles involved with the accident all happening on the schuylkill expressway eastbound past gulph mills. we understand there were injuries there. at one point they were blockerring all lanes, looks like there's broken glass here. cars are avoiding the glass and the ambulance. past gulph mills a multi-vehicle accident, chopper 6 hd heading tote scene right now. as we look at the speeds, people are crawling on the schuylkill expressway eastbound because of the accident past gulph mills. it's not the only accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. let's check live as we flip our camera skeen this is the schuylkill expressway eastbound the on-ramp from girard avenue. we had an accident blocking the ramp a multi-vehicle accident
blocking the ramp. that's two accidents on the schuylkill expressway eastbound this morning. it's a mess on the schuylkill expressway. we have an accident rawnhurst algone avenue at rhawn street. the problems this morning on the schuylkill expressway. >> no place for hate that was the message people sent joining together cleaning up the mess at a jewish cemetary in wissinoming where vandals toppled headstones. annie mccormick is live on the 5700 block of frankford avenue as police try to track the vandals down. >> reporter: good morning, tamala, it was a beautiful show of support from all faiths yesterday as people poured out to help out with the cemetary with the vandalism, already go fund me page that has been used to raise money for help with the cost of the vandalism has surpassed their goal. in the meantime, investigators
are working to figure out working to find the vandals and figure out whether or not it was a case of antiantisemitism and hate crime. many cleaning up the cemetary counted 500, many worked to put back norkd -- knocked over headstones sunday. people of many came out to show their support. >> i grew up with stories of destruction of jewish cemetaries, we thought we were done with that. >> it's other people's loved ones. you don't do that. >> every human should be allowed to rest in peace and no one should have to worry about their loved one graves being desecrated. >> reporter: mount carmel cemetary is the latest jewish cemetary to be have a vandalize.
mayor kenny's office assured the public whoever is responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, adding hate is not permissible. again, this is very early in the investigation, investigators do believe that the cemetary was targeted, but they don't know why. again, if he don't know if it was -- they don't know if it was a case of antisemitism or hate crime. this afternoon there's a meeting for a number of leaders from all different faiths to come together and talk about this. reporting live in wees noaj, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you for that. and bill cosby is expected back in a montgomery courtroom his attorneys will argue for a change of venue or bring in a jury from outside the area.
cosby is accused of sexually assaulting a former temple university employee. on friday, the scrunl ruled only -- judge ruled only one other person will testify outside the other 12. president trump offered a bit of a preview of his budget proposal last night. president trump highlighted some of his accomplishments of his young presidency saying his nation's borders are in his words stricter. >> we made a lot of promises over the last few years, many are kept, we're very honored by that. >> the white house is preparing to proposal boosting defense spending and slashing funding for long time republican targets like the environmental protection agency. president trump will address a joint session of congress tomorrow, you can watch the prime time event live on
6abc. monica malpass will be in our nation's capitol. the live reports start tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 p.m. >> it is the oscar stunner that no one saw coming. moonlight is the best picture, but that's not the first name that the world heard. >> the presenters had the wrong envelope sending everyone on stage into confusion especially the group for la la land that had to hand back the trophies. let's turn to donia bachis. >> reporter: the good news they had to give away their oscars, saying they were happy to moonlight won for the film, even though they were told they were the winners. last night is going down in oscar history and it is dentsly because of that last category.
as chaotic as it was gracious, the cast of la la land handing over their oscars to the cast of moonlight. la la land. first called the winner, but within minutes, this is not a joke, moonlight has won best picture. moonlight, best picture. in an abrupt about face, moonlight taking the top prize in an historically awkward upset. until then oscar hit all the right notes, movingal performances, political jabs. >> i want to say thank you to president trump. >> reporter: a surprise visit from unsuspecting tourists. >> who is your favorite actor? >> that man right there. >> reporter: in the end the awards are about that little gold statue, ali taking home
best supporting actor in moonlight and best supporting actor going to viola davis for fences and casey affleck best actor manchester by the sea. >> i'm excited to be part of this community, i look out at all of you and dumbfounded that i am included. >> reporter: la la land won 6 of the record tieing 14 oscars for which it was nominated including best actress who addressed the flap back stage. >> it was an amazing thing to hear la la land, i think we would have won to win best picture, but we're excited for moonlight. >> the best picture winner, moonlight. price waterhouse cooper which counts the votes apologized for the mistake saying the wrong category envelope was given to
the presenter. it is investigating how that could happen. jimmy kimmel saying he had nothing to do with what happened. reporting live from hollywood, channel 6 "action news." matt and tam. >> talk about washing your hands of the whole thing. >> but somewhere steve harvey wants to release a statement saying thank you, nobody talking about me. >> karen rogers joins us with a look at the roads.azy night cras morning. we have an accident on the schuylkill expressway, 8 vehicles involved, a couple of vehicles drove away. we have a vehicle smashed into the median, we have police on the scene. another vehicle that rode up into the grass, this is a mess on the schuylkill expressway expressway chopper 6 hd is heading to the scene right now. we saw a lot of broken glass in the roadway itself, looks like they were trying to clean that up. everybody is snaking around the
big accident on the schuylkill expressway past gulph mills. i want you to check out the travel time. it is a 41 minute ride from the pennsylvania turnpike to 476 traveling on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. usually it's 6 minutes. that's a major delay. breaking news on the schuylkill expressway eastbound you're traveling only 6 miles per hour because of the accident you're jammed from 202 all the way into conshohocken on the schuylkill expressway eastbound with the major accident past gulph mills. another accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound on the ramp from girard, more emergency vehicles there, they are blocking the right lane of the schuylkill expressway eastbound two big accidents on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. you see that one near girard creating problems. 34 degrees right now, we have all these problems on the schuylkill expressway, but no weather-related issues. 34 degrees, cold out there. 26 in allentown. 23 in millville. the high today is 57, sunshine and clouds, it's milder today, but i want to show you what's coming up next, because we have
a lot of changes. tomorrow, milder still, warm wednesday, strong gusty thunderstorms possible. then we're talking the chance for snow shower on friday, david will have all the ups and downs in the forecast in just a minute, matt and tam. >> 6:42 a.m., parking lot panic a car plunges off the car deck hear what he did to escape injuries. a teenager transitioning to a male won the girl's state title.
were killed in a car crash off duty. james watts as robert defonte were pronounced dead at the is in effect. scene of the accident. the vehicle struck a pole and killed both. a transgender teenager from texas won the state girls wrestling championship. max said he would rather wrestle boys, but state policy requires him to wrestle as the gender on his birth certificate. there are questions whether the to testosterone treatments gave. an unfair advantage. >> there's a live look at the ben franklin bridge as the sun came up officially. 7 minutes ago. >> let's turn to david murphy and see what to expect.
>> reporter: i tweeted a picture of the sunrise, it's starting to melt all this way, butle pink in the sky -- >> it's beautiful. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live we're dry, sky 6 in center city. we have all the traffic moving fine. it's chilly with temperatures down or below the freezing mark. winter coat weather this morning. things get better this afternoon. right now the temperature, 34 degrees, dewpoint, 25. there's the pressure and winds are light out of the south/southwest 3 miles per hour. not much wind to deal with. the satellite is showing how cloud cover is thicker to the west. we get a sunny start and more clouds build in as the day goes on. 36 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 43. yesterday we got a high of 46. by noon we'll be above that getting up to 50. the high today is 57 at 3:00 p.m. again, clouds gathering a bit as the day goes
on. a bit on the breezy side not as windy as yesterday, by 6:00 p.m. in the low 50s, high temperatures across the region. 57 in philadelphia. 56 in trenton, wilmington, a little cooler up in allentown, 54. if you head down the shore, we have that cool flow coming in off the ocean out of the south that will drop the highs into the low 50s by the shore. the southerly flow will help everybody out in terms of of the temperatures, 65 degrees, well above average, that's been a broken record note this winter. it will be cloudy mild tomorrow, chance of spotty sprinkle or shower and steadier rain late in the day or eight in anther, but definitely on the warmth -- day or at night, but on the warm side. the cold front comes in on wednesday, we'll have a high of 74 on wednesday. we'll have showers and
thunderstorms through the lehigh valley anne starting to pop through northern bucks and montgomery county and by dinnertime coming through philadelphia, hopefully by 7:00 p.m. it gets off the coast. these storms will be strong and gusty, take cover similar to what we saw on saturday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 57 degrees is the high, sun and clouds. tuesday, spotty showers here and there, the big story is the high temperatures getting up to 65 degrees. wednesday a high up to 74. again in the afternoon and evening as you just saw strong gusty thunderstorms are possible. behind the system, windy and cooler on thursday, 55 degrees is the high. on friday, down to 42. twin cooler, there's a chance of showers and maybe snow showers popping through especially in the northern and western suburbs. i don't know that we get a lot of accumulation, but there could some out of that. saturday in the 40s and sunday in the 50 as not a bad weekend.
>> if you follow karen rogers on facebook you know she is caring for her mother who has alzheimers disease. she gives you a glimpse into the challenges she and her family face everyday. it is an issue many families struggle with. one thing an expert says you can do if you're caring for a loved one with the disease. >> i'm anxious about sharing the person story, but i hope it helps some people. >> that is not ease easy, a multi-vehicle accidents breaking news on the schuylkill expressway eastbound we see ambulance on the scene with this, as well. looks like there's 8 vehicles involved with the accident scene. chopper 6 hd was arrived on the scene, as well. let's look at chopper 6 hd showing us the damage with the vehicles involved. they kind of smashed into each other, there were a few that left the scene, right here, 1, 2, 3, 4 here, a 5th one here
and two more up ahead. accident on schuylkill expressway eastbound past gulph mills. chopper 6 hd live on the scene, people kind of driving through the debris, as well. travel time with this a 48 minute ride from the turnpike to the blue route on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. normally 6 minutes. it's a huge delay creating big problems. that's the big story with traffic traveling 4 miles per hour approaching 202 all the way as you she had toward conshohocken on the big picture. we have another accident on the schuylkill expressway at girard that's blocking a lane creating slow speeds there. all the problems on the schuylkill expressway. i-95 your normal ride, 17, 18 miles per hour southbound, tam. >> thank you karen. a nearly 100-year-old dutch woman fulfilled her wish on a bucket list by getting arrested. she wanted to experience a police cell so the police arrested her and booked her in the town of netherlands. they posted the story and
included several pictures on their facebook page. time for "good morning america." >> let's turn to robin roberts, in the "g.m.a." studios. >> my jaw was on the ground. >> reporter: you're not alone matt, we'll continue the coverage of the draw dropping mixup naming la la handle as the top picture and moonlight we'll take a look at jimmy kimmel's funniest moments a look at the glamour on the red carpet. the behind the scenes interview you didn't get to see that's coming up on "g.m.a." we have a live audience for the whole two hours, look at it.
oscar afterparty. >> let's take a look at this. >> look at this man right here. [cheers and applause]. >> robin looked gorgeous last night she looks gorgeous today, we can't wait to see all of it. >> you look like a statuette yourself. a teenager in houston texas survived a seven story fall. the driver slipped out of the car through the ceiling of the store where he waited for the paramedic. he is in stable condition, but a crane was needed to remove the car. amazingly nobody else was hurt.
faith later showed up to help repair the damage. there's a $13,000 reward for information that leads police to the vandals. bill cosby is expected in montgomery county court today. katherine scott is covering the hearing in norristown. >> reporter: matt, the defense team feels bill cosby can't have a fair trial in montgomery. they are asking the judge to move the trial out of the county or have jurors come in from outside the county. they said there's too much publicity locally, the issue was a campaign issue in the race for district attorney. the district attorney said he does not mind bringing in outside jurors but does not want to move the trial. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd is over the mess that's the schuylkill expressway eastbound all lanes are blocked past gulph mills, a major accident involving 8 vehicles, the jam is significant. it takes an hour to get from the turnpike to the blue route,
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