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live from solebury township with more on the investigation. gray -- >> reporter: well sara, we tell you that the district attorney wrapped up the daily briefing not too long ago and not a lot of new information but the district attorney promising this investigation will continue until the men are found. not too long ago the cameras were rolling as the cornora rived to the scene the site being searched at the vast farmland in solebury township.
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and at midnight authorities said they found multiple remains in a grave and one victim is identified as 19-year-old dean finocchiaro. the other bodies are not yet identified. the property is owned by the family of the person of interest in this case. 20-year-old cosmo dinardo and so far he is not labeled as a person of interest and in jail for theft. of one of the missing men's car. that he tried to sell thomas meo's car for $500 to a friend. and crews are searching around the clock. >> they are side by side, combing through vast fields and building and they are down 12 foot deep in a hole that is getting deeper. they are tenderly, painstakingly, referencely
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recovering the remains of people they do not even know. that they never even met. >> back out live, this investigation far from over, the next update expected at 3:00 p.m. the da will hold a press conference at that time. 3:00 p.m. and also no cause of death for 19-year-old dean finocchiaro. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. bucks county authorities have asked the public for their continued support in this effort as they continue to search. the fbi has a new tip line. that can help in this information. call 1-800-call-fbi and hit option 7 or go online and there you can enter your tips at we'll update you on this story through the 6 abc news app. you can find all the details
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about it case and raw video from the action cam and chopper 6 hd and the 6 abc app say free download for your mobile device. turning to the weather story and an excessive heat warning is in place as the temperatures soar near $100s today and feels even hotter than that across the delaware valley. we look live outside at sky 6 hd cape may, new jersey. there are plenty of people with the umbrellas up. the high heat and humidity comes the threat of thunderstorms. lets go to david murphy at the big board with details you need to know. >> we talk about getting relief at the beach and you kind of can. but the advisory goes close to the beach and hot and humid on the beach as well. excessive heat warning in effect in the central counties and the advisory is filtering in in the outlying counties and everyone
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is in potentially dangerous heat and heat index values from 100 to 105. and we have had reading over 100 and over 105 in the advisory areas, everyone across the region needs to stay hydrated and avoid the heat. 92 in philadelphia and 90 in wilmington and 91 in trenton and 84 in allentown and these numbers north and west are going up over 90 as well. 86 in cape may, one of the few spots that may hold the 80s and the dew points are a big part of the story any time you get a dew point of 70 or better, oppressive humidity and down south where the darker shade of green is showing up this is super oppressive. the air you get sometimes down the gulf coast. and 78 is the dew point in dover and flirting with the 80s all morning long. 96 by 2:00, and 97 is your high at 4:00. and again the heat index could
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go as high as 105 in philadelphia at least briefly this afternoon and on the lookout for spotty potentially spotty thunderstorms. in addition one other thing to think about is an air quality alert for sensitive groups including senior citizens and those with heart and lung ale -- ailments. >> meantime this farmers market at the university of delaware is formerly outside but because of the high heat. university officials decided it was best for all involved to bring it indoors. it offers locally grown produce and baked goods and more. the scorching heats is too much for visitors and those wants to pick up fresh produce, it's found in the perkins student center today. the humidity was bad from the start and more oppressive as the sun came out. folks came to work and were sure feeling the heat. those we spoke with had the same
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idea of keeping cool. >> right now comfortable but getting extremely hot today. lets try to drink a lot of water and fluids and stay on the air. >> good advice for those working outside. and spray parks are a popular option for cooling off today. during this excessive heat get the latest forecast and detailed updates and stormtracker 6 live double scan radar at any time on your phone or tablet. the 6 abc app is a free download for your mobile device. from our new jersey newsroom now. residents of an apartment complex were evacuated after a landscaper hit a gas line this morning. chopper 6 hd was above the harvest point apartments in salem. there was a line from the street to a building was accidently struck. residents were allowed back in a
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little more than an hour later and no injuries were reported. >> the chairman of a senate judiciary committee is looking into whether russia tampered in the elections. he planned to call donald trump jr. in to testify. this of course as president trump meets with french president macron in paris. >> referee: french president, emanuel macron met with president trump and the joint leaders holding a press conference. russian election interference and trump jr. with a meeting with a lawyer during the campaign followed the president overseas. >> reflecting on the meeting on fox news, that don jr. was told he would receive information that would discriminate hillary clinton. his response, quote, if it's what you say, i love it. >> president trump saying to
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rig reuters are trying to play political games and it's ridiculous. and the white house denying any wrongdoing. and the president talking about his own russian meeting face-to-face with vladimir putin. >> he wants what is good for russia and i want with what is good for the united states. i thought we got along well and i think that is a good thing. >> trading a long standing adversy for an ally. anti-trump protests is expected to happen today. his decision to withdraw from the paris climate accord angered them a them. meanwhile, first lady, melania trump spent part of her visit to paris by touring the largest pediatric hospital in france. she got a look at the hospital
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this morning. one of the oldest hospitals in paris and founded in 1778. american artist keith herring gifted a large sculpture to the facility back in 1987 that was nicknamed the tower and the first lady was greeted by medical officials and met the youngest patients if the hospital. new surveillance video said light on the moments of an american brutally beaten in greece. and a man using a childrens toy to hide his drugs. those stories and more when "action news" continues in a moment. my belly pain and constipation?
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his license plate. when he rolled down his window the officer could smell marijuana. and the video is released shows the moments an american was killed visiting greece this show the disturbing fight that left to the death of henderson. seen running outside of a bar in greece and a group catches up to him and throws him against a car and they begin to kick and punch him in the face. the couple was seen trying to stop the attack and someone is trying to perform cpr and another angle shows the fight began inside of the bar and header son died of head injuries, several people were charged with his death including two employees of the bar. >> remember the positive memories we had with him. obviously everyone wants answers
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and wants people to pay for what they did. >> henderson recently graduated from the university of arizona was in greece visiting a friend and launching a new clothing business. he will be laid to rest this weekend. new developments in the florida teenagers lost at sea nearly two years ago. the family of perry cohen is planning a wrongful death suit against his friend's family. both went missing after sailing off on a fishing trip in july of 2015. both were 14 years old at the time and never returned. the boys were in a 19 foot boat owned by steph's mother. we have breaking news from paris where president trump is addressing reporter alongside his french counterpart, french president, macron. >> lets listen in.
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>> . [ speaking foreign language ] well, french president macron addressing the reporters gathering here in french at the moment. the president was invited here to the french capital to be a guest of honor at a bastille day celebration in paris where a military parade will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the u.s. entry in world war i. >> and president trump expected to visit war monuments. and we'll continue to follow the developments and now we move over to another story. >> another black eye for the airline industry. >> a mother grew fearful when her baby grew hot he while
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sitting on the tarmac. >> they looked at me and said we can't get you off the plane and that was the worst moment of my life. >> one mother speaking out on what she says is a travel hazard that could have cost her infant son his life. emily was stuck on the plane with her 4-month-old son owen. grounded at denver airport during a heat wave and the temperatures rising. >> it was extremely hot and everyone around me was complaining. after a delay the flight crew allowed her and owen off the plane to cool off and 20 minutes later she reboarded for takeoff and then it was delayed again. and that is when owen's condition starts to quickly deteriorating. >> a mom knows and he made a cry i never heard before, and i never saw that color before.
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and he was screaming and then just stopped and my son went limp in my arms. and i said call an ambulance and get me off the plane. >> did you fear for his life. >> yes, i did i thought i was going to lose my son in my arms. >> while the flight crew called for help. emily said they could not figure out how to evacuate here with no stairs and no jet way. it was complete jet way, a passenger capturing the panic filled minutes. >> what do you see when you look at the picture. >> i see helplessness. >> after 15 minutes she was able to get off. >> i believe we are going back to paris and checking in with the joint news conference with president trump and french president, macron. we now have an english
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translation. >> cooperation with both of our countries and a lot of satisfaction, but i heard -- from president trump the very same approach and services -- and therefore be working together in the coming weeks and months, a solid action regarding the situation in iraq and in syria. here again we agreed to continue to work together in particular in order to be able to launch together some diplomatic initiative to put in place a roadmap for what will come after the war. we talked about all of those roles but initially we want to put in place a contact group to be more efficient and support what is being done by the united nations and particular roadmap
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and syria after the war. important to put in place some political solutions for that period of time. we know where destabilization comes from and the roadmap takes care of that and we'll cover it and ask our diplomats and staff to work along the lines so in the coming week initiatives can be taken. we also share the same intentions regarding libya and like i told president trump, i very much want to take a number of diplomatic initiatives given the satation that we know. and which requires more stability and better control over the region. libya -- i think i can say we have the same vision, very coherent understanding of the situation and working against
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any form of terrorism and des b destabization. here climate we know the differences and expressed them on a number of occasions and we still need to talk about it and i respect the decision of president trump and he will work on implementing his campaign promises and as far as i'm concern i remain attached to the paris accord, and will make sure that step by step we'll do everything which is in the accord. ladies and gentlemen in summary, we'll continue with a friendly tone and informal one this evening. regarding trade and security for both countries to fight against terrorism. stability and in the middle
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southeast and libya. i can say that we have a shared determination, the united states is extremely involved in the iraq war and i would like to thank president trump for everything that has been done by the american troops but i would like him to know that i am fully determined act together with him in this respect. fully determined. i very much want both of our countries in these matters to increase the cooperation in the coming months because the threat we facing is a global one and the enemies our enemies are trying to destabilize us by any way. -- i believe this is very much at the heart of the historic alliance of our two countries which fully justifies the visit of president trump today in paris.
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thank you donald, thank you. >> thank you very much president macron and melania are thrilled to join you and mrs. macron. this is a celebration and we look forward it. tomorrow bastille day, we are honored to be here in your beautiful country and it certainly is a beautiful country with its proud history and magnificent people and thank you for the tour of some of the most incredible buildings anywhere in the world. that was very, very beautiful thing to see. thank you. when the french people rose up and stormed the bastille, it changed the course of human history. our two nations are forever joined by the spirit of revolution and the fight for freedom. france is america's first and oldest ally a lot of people
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don't know that. ever since general lafayette joined the american fight for independence our fates and fortunes have been tied un -- together. and a long time ago we were together and perhaps more so than ever. the relationship is very good. and this visit commemorates another milestone. one century ago the united states entered world war i. and when the president called me he mentioned that fact 100 years ago and i said mr. president i will be there. that is a big important date. 100 years. we remember the tens of thousands of american who gave their lives in that valiant and difficult struggle and also pay tribute to the heroic deeds of
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the french troops whose courage at the battle, countless battles, will never be forgotten by us. more than 1 million french soldiers laid down their lives in defense of liberty, their sacrifices an eternal tribute to france ton freedom. french and american patriots fought together, bled together and died together in the fight or our countries and ourcilizations. today we face new threats from rogue regimes like north korea, iran and syria. and the governments that finance and supthem. we also face grave threats from terrorist organizations that wage war on innocent lives. tomorrow will mark one year since the joyous celebration if nice. turned into a massacre. we all remember that. how horrible that was. we mourn the 86 lives for their
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loved ones. we also renew our resolve to stand united against the enemies of humanity. and trip them of funding and networks and ideological support. today president macron and myself discussed how to strengthen our vital security partnerships. just had a meeting with our generals and representatives and it went very well. france has excellent counter terrorism capabilities and the french troops are serving bravely in places like mali do fee feet murder and destruction. our strength and commitments to defeat terrorism. we are also making tremendous progress earlier this week with the strong support of of the united states and the global coalition iraq forces liberated the city of mosul from isis
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control. now we must work with the government of iraq and our partners and allies in the region to consolidate the games, to assure that the victory stays a victory unlike the last time. last week the g-20 leaders reaffirmed the right of sovereign nations to secure their borders we must be strong from within to defend ourselves from the outside. the nations of the west face domestic challenges of our own creation. including vast government bureaucracy that saps the strength from our economies and societies. for this reason i applaud president macron for the courageous call for less bureaucracy. a good chant. we could use it too. and a europe that protects its
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citizens, we did not become great through regulation and in the united states mr. president we have also cut regulations at a level we have never seen before. we are very proud of that. over the last six months, but by allowing our people to follow their dreams that is what it's all about. to achieve these dreams, we must confront unfair trade practices that hurt our workers, and pursue trade deals that are reciprocal and fair. both president macron and i understand the need to prioritize the need for our countries and the same time to be respectful of the world in which we live. living a very complex world. we have to respect it. the united states remains committed to being a leader in environmental protection. while we advance energy and security and economic growth.
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the friendship between our two nations and ourselves, i might add. is unbreakable. our occasion disagreements are noing compared to immortal bonds of culture and liberty that unite us. strongly unite us also. as long as we have pride in who we are are, where we have come from, how we got here and what we have achieved. as free and democratic nations, then there is nothing we cannot accomplish together. france helped us secure our independence, a lot of people forget. in the american revolution thousands of french soldiers fought alongside american troops so that as lafayette said, liberty would have a country. ever since then courageous leer
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owes from both nations fought for the same values and same righteous cause. tomorrow the french try color will once again wave proudly along the american stars and stripes, our brave soldiers. will march side by side and we'll all be inspired to protect and cherish the birthright of freedom that our ancestors won for us with the sweat and blood. president macron thank you for inviting melania and myself to this historic celebration. and to you and your spectacular country may god bless france and may god bless america. thank you very much. >> thank you.
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neither trump nor myself have a microphone. hello -- >> mr. president -- [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: regarding what you said on the occasion of the press conference president trump could change his mind regarding the paris accord and now president trump is it possible for you to come back to the paris accord and change your mind? next, regarding your relations. how would you describe it today? what about the dinner tonight, a dinner between friends? well, regarding climate, well,
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we have a number of disagreement which are in particular due to the commitments taken by president trump vis-a-vis his -- during the presidential campaign. so did i. i'm aware of the high importance of that but we have talked about our disagreement. and we actually discussed the matter even before president trump reached the decision. next issue that has an impact on the discussions we are having on all other topics. no, absolutely not. this is the reason why we share the same views and some major common goals on many other topics or all other topics which we have been discussing today and we shall move forward together. next and well, of course, president trump will tell you about it but he's made a number of commitmen


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