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friday, july 14, matt is off, jeanette reyes is joining us. >> we continue to follow the latest developments in the murders of four men in bucks county. the lawyer of the man detained in the case says he has confessed. new this morning, a vehicle hit and killed a pedestrian in a
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philadelphia neighborhood. >> storm tracker 6 live is tracking stormy weather for our friday. >> in fact let's finds out more about that, david murphy has accuweather and karen rogers is going to help you make it through this friday morning on the roads. >> reporter: you need an umbrella in philadelphia as the rain has arrived, take a wide view on satellite we have rain coming in from the west. a closer view on storm tracker 6 live double scan shows the bulk of it is pushing through philadelphia, there's lightning in delaware and pushing into salem county mostly just straight rain in and around philadelphia and points to the immediate south, but that drenching downpour is included in this every now and then, you can see that the rain is arriving in fenwick and mullica hill and mantua and places like that. cherry hill getting the lighter stuff, but the heavier stuff on the way. 76 in philadelphia. # 2 in -- 72 in allentown.
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74 in cape may. most of us dealing with dewpoints in the 70s that's oppressive humidity. 77 degrees by 7:00. 3:00 p.m., 85 that will be the high and later this afternoon and evening there's the chance of a redevelopment of more strong gusty thunderstorms. you want to take cover from anything that rurms -- rumbles around today and tonight. there's scattered storms posted by the storm prediction center storms that form could produce damaging winds gusts and hail later today and tonight. the best chance of severe weather philadelphia and south. everywhere in the yellow box you have to be careful. when i step inside things get better for the weekend i'll have more on that. >> reporter: the morning commute is a wet one. looking live in delaware county, northbound traffic heading toward the blue route i-95 322 not far from the commodore barry bridge. everyone is dealing with the
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rain this morning, not too heavy here at the moment. mass transit, you have to wait longer to get the west trenton train, signal line problems, west trenton line experiencing 30 minute delays right now. in lower providence township we have an accident at evansberg road at germantown pike. we have down trees at hill road new hanover township montgomery county. you can get by, drive with caution there. route 42 we saw the heavier rain moving through glassboro, on 55 you're dealing with that. 42 we have a couple of drops northbound traffic coming up from deptford and turnersville. just starting to get wet here, but other areas are dealing with the heavy rain. >> new developments in the murder case of four men who went missing in bucks county. cosmo dinardo's lawyer said his
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client has confessed to the murders. katherine scott is live at the bucks county jail where cosmo dinardo is detained good morning. >> reporter: that's right, cosmo dinardo is being held here on $5 million bail that's on a previous charge. the district attorney has not announced 234e formal charges -- any formal charges in the case. we heard from his attorney that his client confessed. in a stunning development thursday a confession from in and -- cosmo dinardo for his part in the murders of four missing men in bucks county. >> ? in exchange for the confession cosmo dinardo was promised by the district attorney that he would spare his life. >> dean finocchiaro, jimi
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patrick and mark sturgis and tom meo have been missing since last week, they were found in a 12 1/2 foot grave on a sprawling farm in bucks county. in and around in and around killed each of the victims separately after selling them marijuana feeling cheated or threatened by the transaction, and burned the bodies at his family's farm. three bodies were burned inside a drum adding a coconspirator was involved in three of the deaths. the district attorney said the victims' families are holding up well. >> i'm grateful for their trust if us, it keeps us going. >> reporter: the district attorney has not commented on the confession, he has a press conference scheduled for 11:00 a.m., we hope to hear
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then. live in doylestown, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. the murder case as you might imagine gripped people across the country, but has disrupted the bucks county community. >> i live in the community i've heard a lot of people interested and shocked this could happen in our sleepy community. i'm not, i do not subscribe to that, like things happen everywhere. >> i hope it never happens again, never. >> reporter: as the case moves through the legal system many are looking for things to return to some sort of normal. residents say their thoughts are with the young men who lost their lives and their families. >> stay with us as we closely follow the case we'll bring you developments on air and at and the 6 abc app. a vehicle struck an killed a person in the parkside section after midnight, 53rd and
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parked avenue. the driver stayed at the scene. a man in his late teens or early 20s was rushed to the hospital where he died. evesham police say someone stole two vehicles from the burns honda dealership on route 73. one stolen on june 14, the other on june 24th. investigators released the surveillance photo of the man who was acting suspiciously. it's about to cost more for kids to attend certain colleges in pennsylvania. maribel aber is live with the details. good morning, maribel. >> reporter: good morning, tam, tuition at pennsylvania state schools will go up 3.5% that's translates to 254-dollar hike. in the philadelphia area, the schools in west chester, cheney, and kutztown the tuition hike comes as the 14 university higher education system works to fill a budget gap of
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$70 quadrillion. -- 70 million-dollar. reports on retail sales are due out today. next time i see you guys, my money report will be from atlanta. >> happy friday, talk to you later. hundreds of employees at philadelphia international airport say they will strike if new contract talks fall a part. contract employees include baggage handlers and clearance and customer service agents. philadelphia mayor jim kenny saying in part as porn as -- important as the airport is for our economy, so is access to better paying jobs. >> turn to david murphy we're rain. >> reporter: there is, up in the lehigh valley, i want to focus
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on the heavier showers popping through the center portion of the region. philadelphia in the beginning of this, northwest of philadelphia, fairly steady rain highlighted in yellows and oranges, the red stuff passing north of glassboro, lightning strikes with this that's a thunderstorm. and heavier showers and thunderstorms pushing into central new castle county, delaware and pushing into oxford, chester county heading toward wilmington later on, i want to leave you with the wide view. as the stuff pushes to the east, there's additional rain coming into the northern areas, and there's a heavier thunderstorm heading toward allentown this morning, as well. taking a look outside, we have sky6 live hd it's very cloudy out there, as philadelphia is starting to see some of that rain and the clouds lowering as it begins to deliver the rain drops. 72 in allentown. 76 degrees warm out there in
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philadelphia. 74 in cape may. it is very muggy and humid always yesterday. future tracker 6 shows you that current cluster of showers and thunderstorms probably gets out of here fairly quickly and then we get into the afternoon, i would allow anytime after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., for an additional pop-up shower or thunderstorm. the model not showing a whole lot by 5:00. i think this could fill in more, later on in the evening, showers and thunderstorms that may push down into the coast and in familiar there would be a decent chance of a strong gusty thunderstorm that mixes in. any storms that fall have the tendency to produce lightning. indoors and lower floors if there's a rumble of thunders. in the lehigh valley, strong thunderstorms possible. down the oceanfront, low 80s. low risk of rip currents, warm and humid, though, strong storms possible the better chance late in the day or not until tonight down the shore. in any event if you're on the boards or the boardwalk, head in
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as soon as you hear thunder. 85 degrees, warm and humid, strong storms possible at times in philadelphia. 72 degrees still humid with evening storms tapering off after 11:00 p.m. midnight something like that. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 humid, strong storms today, down the shore, 82. for the weekend, getting better, 87 in philadelphia on saturday, partly sunny with humidity levels dropping through the day, it stays not all that humid on sunday, at the shore, low 80s in the poconos, upper 70s and improving conditions on saturday with that low humidity everywhere on sunday. and then the humidity starts to creep back up, monday, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, testers get back in the 90s by wednesday and each of those days a spotty thunderstorm can't be ruled out. summertime really acting like summertime this year. >> 6:11. tragedy what's been called the
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world's scariest airport, a tourist is killed in the blast of a plane taking off. >> are there harmful chemicals in your kids' favorite food what's really in the your mack and cheese. >> reporter: i-95 roads are wet at girard, southbound traffic jammed from allegheny to girard as you try to head toward center city. we have an accident involving an overturned vehicle, i'll give you the details when we come right back.
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>> welcome back on this friday morning, we're taking a live look here sky6 live hd at the ben franklin bridge. it is cloudy, there's no other way to put it, it's not going to be a pretty day today, it's going to be cloudy hot and humid, if that's your thing, you're going to love today. [laughter]. >> reporter: if that's your thing you're in luck. if not, oh, well. it's a friday and tough morning commute for people with the rain coming down. this is the schuylkill expressway at gladwyn. the rain is coming down heavily in the area, you're driving by you've got the splash back on the cars behind you. we don't have any delays yet, but it's a slow go, because people are watching out because they are traveling through heavy rain in the area. we have an accident coming in it's a big one, involving an overturned vehicle, it may have went down on the embankment, i was talking to someone on
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facebook who passed it going to work. this is hopewell township, mercer county. i-95 northbound at route 41 you're traveling at 4 miles per hour because of the accident. roads are wet, we have accidents out here, storm tracker 6 live double scan, our next batch of showers moving through allentown. trenton, philadelphia, wilmington, along the i-95 corridor wriewrve you've got rain coming -- in center city you have the yellow, 259 good downpours, south of woodbury. on the new new jersey turnpike e seeing lightning flashes and route 55. the roads are wet and it is creating problems as you can see. situations like a downed tree rittenhouse road at van buren
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avenue. we have gusty storms, tam. >> a freak accident caused a tourist enjoying her caribbean vacation her life. tourists stand at the edge of the runway as planes take off, blasts reach 100 miles per hour and makes for a fun time for thrill seekers. a 57-year-old woman was knocked into the wall on wednesday as she was clinging to a fence to feel the engine blast. several people have been injured over the years, but this is the first fatality. betsy devos said the rules for investigation into the sexual assault on campuses are not working. she held meetings with victims of sexual assault and those who were falsely accused. devos said there's a need for equal protection under the law. >> reporter: in tech bytes, no merger for the top online
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trailer adding to the delay, it's it's in the gore point. the roads are wet, our big accident is in hopewell township, i-95 southbound shut down between federal city road and 31 because of an accident involving an overturned vehicle, dave. >> reporter: lots of clouds and showers out there on storm tracker 6 live double scan, we'll give you a close up view. up in the northern suburbs you see showers popping through, but it's that cluster in the central portion of the region that's producing lightning and may wind up producing a downpour in a couple of neighborhoods, as well. this is pushing toward the east. philadelphia under fairly steady rain and recent lightning strikes in glassboro and thunderstorms on the way in. we have posh for flash flooding it doesn't take long for this to be a problem as the water rises from any storms that form later 0 today and tonight.
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it takes 6-inch to stall a car and 12 inches or more talking about a possibility of the car being lifted up and moved. temperatures are warm, 77 degrees in philadelphia. 70s everywhere, the dewpoints are in the 70s, like yesterday it's muggy. today's high, 85. jennette. >> thank you. in "healthcheck" this morning, a new study finds a serious concern about the chemicals used in macaroni and cheese. 29 out of 30 cheese products tested have chemicals in them, the chemicals have been linked to various problems in growing children and disrupt male hormones in the womb. they are not banned by the fda. the concentrations are higher in powdered cheese than solid natural cheese. the study said the problem is not with one particular brand, but the results of leaching during manufacturing and packaging of mack and companies.
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>> 6:30 a.m., we continue to follow the latest developments out of bucks county. katherine scott is live at the jail. katherine. >> reporter: jennette, that's right, a confession and more details in the case of the four missing men in bucks. we'll live in in daley with -- doylestown with the latest developments.
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>> well, at least it's friday, that will help you copy as you you -- that will help you cope
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as he look out over the commodore barry bridge we have a good deal of humidity and it doesn't feel so great and we're in storms and high heat. a flat bed carrying easily overturned putting the thousands of sea creatures all over the highway. they are crawling inside cars and crawling on people. one car was slimed. it prompted a user on social media to say looked like a scene from ghost busters. county officials say the bill cosby trial cost $219,000. overtime pay was the biggest and he knows. law enforce. court and security personnel received $129,000 in overtime. expenses for jurors who came from allegheny county totaled $74,000 ascertain $16,000 in court costs. 6:27 a.m., we're following
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details from the suspect about how four missing men in bucks county were murdered. president trump is wrappig up his visit in paris with what appears to be a new-found friendship. >> accuweather is tracking rain, some of which could be severe. george, matt o'donnell is off, jeanette reyes here. >> let's head over to david murphy and karen rogers the rain is make i -- make it difficult o travel. >> reporter: the rain is falling as we take a closer view on
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storm tracker 6 live double scan we can see there's an area of precipitation that's bringing fairly heavy rain down through philadelphia and pushing east into south jersey and some lightning flashes and rumbles of thunder in parts of south jersey in particular, not so much in philadelphia, here it's just showers. harrisburg additional thunderstorms, light rain in allentown, the thunderstorms out west may be an issue later on. 77 degrees in philadelphia. 75 in wilmington. 72 in allentown. and 74 in cape may. uniform, the dewpoints are very high, so most of us will be dealing with excessive humidity once again today. it's not going to be at hot, though. noon, 83, 3:00 p.m., 83 that's the high, notice how i'm posting the possibility of additional thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. those could be strong. we are in the yellow box today which means a chance of scattered strong thunderstorms that could produce damaging wind gusts and hail, the best chance of that is probably in south
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jersey and delaware later tonight, anywhere in the yellow area you want to take cover. thing get better for the weekend, karen, i will be happy to bring you that story in the seven day. >> reporter: we'll be happy to hear it, especially when we're talking about storms in the morning and evening commute, but not in between. looking live in new jersey, 42 northbound traffic struggle to come in through the rain from deptford or turnersville not a big delay. often we see the speeds are not too bad with people traveling on friday in the summertime. hopewell, mercer county. i-95 southbound between federal city road and route 31, the speeds have improved they had shut down the road. 23 miles per hour, i would avoid the area while they do the accident vehicles, get off federal city road to road
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and 31. west trenton line 0 minute delays because of signal problems that's creating issues with mass transit right now. live outside, i-95 it's a miserable start to the day. we have the clouds and the rain at i-95 at cottman, southbound traffic slowing as you head toward center city, tam. >> thank you, karen. there are on going developments in the does disappearance of four young men in bucks county. we know they were murdered. cosmo dinardo admits he took part in killing all of them. katherine scott is live at the jail with the disturbing details cosmo dinardo told investigators. >> reporter: there's been a lot of rumors and speculation, but we're starting to hear more about what happened. the attorney for the person of interest in this case said his client has confessed.
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>> reporter: you're sorry? >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: the only two words uttered to reporters by cosmo dinardo of bensalem after his attorney paul lang said he confessed to his part in the murders of the four missing men in bucks county. in exchange, he said the death penalty was taken off the table. >> he confessed to his participation or the commission in the murders of the four young men. >> dean finocchiaro of middletown township. 19-year-old jim patrick of newtown. mark sturgis of penns,b up -- pennsberg and tom meo have been missing for the past week. cosmo dinardo killed each of the victims separately after selling them marijuana feeling cheated
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or threatened by the transaction and burned the bodies at his family farm. the person said three of the bodies were burned inside a drum adding a coconspirator was involved in three of the deaths. the district attorney said the families are holding up remarkably well. >> we're grateful for their trust in us. it's keeps us strong and keeps us going. >> reporter: cosmo dinardo is being held here in doylestown on 5 million-dollar bail from a previous charge. the district attorney has not announced formal murder charges in the case. he has a press conference scheduled for 11:00 a.m. and we hope to hear then. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> a veteran former fbi agent said cosmo dinardo's confession will aid investigators to find the clues in the case. >> he will tell them how did e kill them, where did he kill
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them. these are things they would have to put together like are a jigsaw puzzle from the forensic evidence they are recovering. but with him providing information, obviously, presumably, they are trusting the information he is providing is accurate that makes the forensic evidence recovery easier. fbi have a tip line for any information in the investigation, call the fbi and choose option 7. or go to online. president trump is taking participant in about a steel day in par owe bastille day in
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paris. new this morning arc federal judge is loosening the trump administration travel ban it allows grandparents of anyone legally in the u.s. into the county. it prevented foreigners from 6 predominantly muslim countries from coming into the u.s. hawaii said it wrongly excluded close relatives like grandparents. a traveling vietnam memorial will be on display in bucks county. it's a slightly smaller replica like the one in washington, d.c. it was brought here in pieces. over the last few days, dozens put it back together at the pen dell memorial ball field. it will be open to the public beginning at 9:00 a.m. this morning.
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>> you know, david we've been looking at sky6 live hd pictures from around the region. it's gray and muggy and not as nice out there. >> reporter: still muggy and not not -- and a chance of storms. we see green and yellow on the radar. looking live outside sky6 live hd wet conditions at the airport. it is raining in philadelphia right now and probably will be for another half-hour to an hour depending on where you are. storm tracker 6 live double scan you can see a cluster of showers and what were thunderstorms down south i'm only getting three lightning strikes, i think they are sorted with this thunderstorm off to the west in harrisburg, so this dieing down, but still wet enough to make roads wet and light precipitation in the lehigh valley back toward pottstown and additional thunderstorms that may course through the northern suburbs later on this morning. as we take a look at temperatures, 77 degrees right now, the dewpoint is up to 73. so once again we have the
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oppressive humidity, winds out of the west/southwest at 6 miles per hour not all that strong although in front of any downpour you could get a little bit of a wind burst at least for a brief time. future tracker 6 showing you any stormy activity this morning gets out of here quickly. by 3:00 p.m. we'll be on the look out for pop up additional shower or thunderstorm that could be strong and produce another drenching downpour. i think after 3:00 p.m., we have to least at least in some neighborhoods be on the look out for a redevelopment of another shower. a lot of them look like, heavy downpours and gusty winds ahead of them. more of that up until 9:00 p.m. ink the model may be under-selling this you may see more in the i-95 corridor and south jersey. there's a chance of strong thunderstorms that could produce not only lightning, but downpours and damaging winds. might get a thunderstorm warning again tonight and later today. a low chance of an isolated
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tornadoes, i can't rule that out, especially in south jersey and delaware later tonight. the forecast warm, not as hot as yesterday, but warm and muggy. 85 is the high at 3:00 p.m. i'm posting the chance of afternoon thunderstorm. upper 70s in allentown, trenton, toms river. 80s in millville. 80 on the nose in cape may. by the time we get into the morning and mid afternoon, dewpoint numbers drop, humidity will be lowering through the day. quick look at the weekend call in the poconos, stormy, saturday pleasant, sunday pleasant him uppers. down the shore cool in the ocean water, stormy later today and tonight at the shore, you can get some beach time in early. it will be muggy, better on saturday and much nicer on sunday. the seven day shows improvement, 85 today, strong storms. humidity dropping on saturday,
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high of 87. sunday it's warm, but low humidity lots of sun and nice summer afternoon. monday and tuesday, still in the 80s, but more humid spotty thunderstorm, 90s on wednesday and thursday. >> thank you, david. time 6:41 a.m. red bull rampage, the energy drinks became weapons during a robbery and a couple of used kids to pull off the threat. overnight, beyounce introduces the world to the twins. we have pictures of the newborns. >> reporter: roads are wet, no major problems here, we have an overturned vehicle affecting i-95 details when we come right back.
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glrm it >> it looks like conditions are getting worse out there, it's clothed and wet looking at the ben franklin bridge via sky6 live hd. it is friday, that's the good news, temperature, 77 degrees and 6:44 a.m. let's go over to karen rogers when it looks like that it's a slow down on the road. >> reporter: trying to get to work, it's a little bit difficult because we have rain coming through and storms in parts of the area. i-95 at cottman, southbound traffic is buildings a little bit. it's gray out there, the rain is coming down. there's ponding on the roadways, it's splashing around. 26 minute ridedhaven to the vine it's not that bad. the trouble is i-95 in mercer county. i-95 southbound between federal
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city road and 31. we're seeing some areas of red right before that looking at 36 miles per hour. i was looking at this during the commercial break it was 10 miles per hour. they were allowing some of the traffic by, but the overturned vehicle in mercer county heading toward newtown or lower makefield i-95 southbound, they need shutting it down, the right lane gets by on i-95. watch for that. township line road at north trooper road a new accident causing problems in montgomery county. let's take a look at the travel times, an area of red on the schuylkill expressway westbound, a 30 minute jam, everyone where else we're slow. i want to show on you on the wae app. we were looking at slower speeds on 42 because of an accident on 295 nash past 42. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar, the heavy rain west of the city has moved through the
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i-95 corridor. it's wet in jenkintown, i-95 is getting the heaviest rain as we saw near bridge and girard. woodbury it's wet along route 55. 322 in am ton. the rain is moving -- in hammonton. the rain is moving east. >> breaking overnight in the middle east an attack outside jerusalem the holiest site, two officers were killed by palestinian shooters, three shooters were killed by police responding to the scene. the site has been the scene of israeli/palestinian violence many times before in the past. cans of red bull become a weapon during a robbery in california. according to the clerk, the robbery started when a woman went to the register with two younger boys in order to extract distract them. the boys ran off with several
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cases of red bull and took them to a minivan outside. when the clerk started chasing them, the kids threw the cans of red bull at him. they got away with 7 cases of the energy drink worth $700. a florida state attorney was pulled over said she hopes to use this as a teachable moment. she was pulled over and questioned in orlando. the officers say a check of her license plate came up empty because she was in a state issued vehicle. critics say racial bias was at play. or lands doe police say the -- orlando police say the stop was lawful.
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>> welcome back time for a preview of "good morning america." >> amy robach joins us with a look at what's coming up on "g.m.a." on this friday morning. good morning. amy. >> reporter: happy friday tam and jennette. great to be with you. coming up next, we're talking about the severe weather across the country. major storms midwest, streets sd in deep waters. we're tracking the storms as we move. horrifying accidents on the set of the walking brought to a halt after a stunt
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man fell 20 feet. plus an abc exclusive, some of oj simpson's accomplices that landed in jail are speaking out days before simpson tried to get his freedom at a parole hero. we have lady antebellum in central park for our summer concert series. getting the weekend start off right. >> that's the way to do it, thank you amy. >> reporter: we have your weekend starting with storms. let's take a look at the vine street expressway. fridays in the summer people take off, that's helping us out. nonetheless you're dealing with wet roads on the vine street expressway. 295 northbound north of 42. we have an accident. that's where you have the heavy rain moving through right now. it's in south jersey, dave.
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>> reporter: all right, karen, the weather center we have clouds out there, it's warm and muggy, dewpoints in the 70s. obviously there's a shower possible through and in some cases a rumble of thunders. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you lightning out near harrisburg, thunderstorm in reading and the northern suburbs over the next hour or so. the current cluster in philadelphia. is winding down in the city, it's plowing through south jersey and producing lightning not so much any more. today's high, 85. it's going to be warm and muggy. if you're traveling out of town on the big board, the travel destinations looking this way, all green aircraft. outside philadelphia, i don't see any additional precipitation, jfk and places up in new york might pick that up. >> the wait is over, beyounce
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released pictures of her twins on her instagram page it blue up. she is confirming that the twins were born one month ago today.
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>> welcome back here the top stories, 20-year-old cosmo
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dinardo confessed to taking part in the murders ever four missing men in bucks county. authorities discovered human remains inside a 12 1/2 foot deep hole on the farm in solbury township. so far only one body has been recovered and identified. a vehicle hit and killed a pedestrian in the philadelphia parkside section, a man in his late teens or early 20s died at the hospital. the driver stayed at the scene. >> reporter: our big accident of the morning is in mercer county on i-95. they were allowing traffic to get by, i-95 is shut down again from federal city road to route 31. as you head toward the newtown area you're stuck with being shut down. get off at federal city and take to 31 to re-enter i-95. >> reporter: we have showers clearing to the west of philadelphia for the most part bearing south jersey. light rain in allentown anticipate thunderstorms to the west. going for a high of 85. not as hot, but every bit as
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humid. things get better over the weekend. look for strong storms later today and tonight. >> join us in 30 minutes for update. format, karen, david, jennette, i'm tam. have a great friday and wonderful weekend! introducing new parodontax. the toothpaste that helps prevent bleeding gums. if you spit blood when you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey to much worse. help stop the journey of gum disease. try new parodontax toothpaste. ♪
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good morning, america. and bracing for storms in the east, with a state of emergency already dramatic rescues as severe storms hit the midwest. reco neighborhoods. water rushing through store, roads turning to rivers in an instant, trapping dozens of drivers. now rob is tracking the storms heading east this morning. breaking news, terror attack. the deadly shoot-out caught on camera at one ofjerusalem's holiest sites. at least two police officers killed. the city now on edge. also the coming in now, president trump overseas celebrating bastille day with the french president and defending his son don junior's meeting with that russian lawyer. >> my son is a wonderful young man. >> as roll out their newest attempt to repeal and replace obamacare. but is t


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