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wedding. prince harry and his bride to be have announced their engagement. >> a very close call. a new jersey police officer narrowly avoids being hit by a car. >> but we begin this noon with breaking news. philadelphia police have identified the father and grandmother charged after a three-year-old girl shot herself in the leg. >> that's right. the incident happened yesterday here on the 1300 block of south wilton street in kingsessing. the girl's father terrance williams is charged with endangering the welfare of a child the girlfriend's grandmother faces the same charges plus tampering with evidence. vernon odom will have more details coming up in our next half hour. >> we have new details now about a man's dramatic rescue from a garbage truck. he was trapped for two hours this morning before crews were able to save him. canning coastal katherine scotts live at the scene in the juniata section of philadelphia. katherine. >> reporter: sarah and
authorities haven't said who this man is or where he came from. but they say he was asleep in a dumpster inside this lot when that dumpster was loaded into a trash truck. this was the 33-year-old man rescued from a trash truck, taken to the hospital with injuries. the search started shortly before 6:00 a.m. outside the kintock in juniata a halfway house for offenders beginning their transition. the man was asleep into a dumpster. how they realized he was in there no one has said but he was stuck and rescue crews were called. from there firefighters hauled out ladders raked through the trash dicking through -- digging through the truck. he was taken to temple university hospital with lowerable hip and leg injuries and that man was listed in critical condition. there are surveillance cameras
on premises. so far no footage has been released. katherine scott, channel6 "action news. rick. >> katherine thank you. bomb squad headed to lindenwold new jersey to check out a suspicious device. the discovery was made at 11 o'clock this morning on the 1100 block of west park avenue p police have not released any other details at this hour but they have closed that road as they investigate and we'll continue to monitor this story. that deadly head-on collision remains under investigation in cumberland county, new jersey. police say two people were killed in the crash in maurice river township. happened last night around 10 o'clock on route 47. police have nottest identified the victims. >> accuweather says we're at the beming trend with temperatures expected to climb over the next few days. going live outside, sky6 hd showing you will you the beautiful ben franklin bridge. meteorologist, david murphy has a first check on the accuweather forecast. >> looked a little touch and go on the sun early this morning as we did have a patch of cloud cover, sarah, that was coming through the region.
there you see it but when we went on air we talked about how the drier air was going to overtake that and help melt it away and that's what happened. now as you look outside we have bright sunshine. we expect it to stay that way with a little milky white occasional cirrus cloud. low 50's -- 50 degrees in trenton, 52 degrees in philadelphia. 52 in wilmington currently and millville 53. if you're down the shore in cape may, 50 degrees there. there is a little bit of a breeze. we'll talk about that in a moment. even if these numbers don't look that bad to you i would still plan on bringing a jacket on the way out. 53 degrees by 2 o'clock. i'm expecting a high around 54 or so, say, 3 o'clock and then a similar number by 4 o'clock, 52 degrees there. and then the stars are out tonight. a little bit breezy today as i mentioned. the winds falling back a little bit later on but by 8 o'clock, all the way down to 43 degrees and by 10 o'clock,
39 so it is going to get cold again overnight tonight before we get that little turn around. as we take a look right now at those winds, well, as we mentioned, 13 miles per hour wind right now in philadelphia and a little higher than that in some of our northern areas. allentown 17, reading 20 poconos 15 and that's adding to that chilly feel so again temperatures staying in the low to mid-50's this afternoon but with that wind blowing an extra reason to keep that jacket handy if you do have plans to head out and that's about the wind profile we expect for the rest of the afternoon. hey, if some of your relatives are still in town maybe grabbing a flight out of town today, not too bad. all green aircraft in all major travel destinations. also outside of chicago everybody seeing at least a little sun and for now no, precipitation there. so, hopefully if you are on the way to the airport, rick, to deliver somebody to a plane, they're going to be able to get out of town just fine with no problems. when i step back, we have milder air coming in for tomorrow and an even higher high temperature on wednesday. details coming up. >> all right, david, thank you very much. well, after a weekend full
of black friday deals, retailers are rolling out even more promotions for cyber monday. the amazon fulfillment center in robbinsville mercer county is buzzing with activity as the company tries to keep up with online orders. shoppers are pected to spend close to $7 billion today alone. and you can check out our cyber monday shopping guide by going to our web site at 6abc.com. in washington, president trump and lawmakers are back to work after the thanksgiving holiday. the focus now is on tax reform. the president says changes to the republican tax bill are coming. trump is set to meet with five members of the senate finance committee this afternoon. he then heads to capitol hill tomorrow to personally lobby republican senators. he's looking to passion the package by the end of the year. >> another grand royal wedding in the works. prince harry confirmed his engagement to american actress meghan markle. the two are planning to tie
the knot next spring. abc's molly hunter has the latest from london. >> reporter: he's off the market taken by meghan markle the two looking madly in love today. thrilled and very happy they tell reporters during a brief appearance on this rainy london day. megan shows off her glittering ring one stone from botswana and two from princess diana's personal collection. for harry a heart felt tribute to his mother the people's princess. the official announcement came monday morning from harry's father prince charles though harry says they were actually engaged earlier this month and prince william and kate soon followed up with their congratulations saying they're very excited. this is the real life fairytale of every girl's dreams born and raised in south central los angeles, meghan's father thomas emmy award winning lighting director and mother doria a social worker. meghan is proud of her biracial heritage. attending an all girl's catholic high school she studied theater at
northwestern before that before hitting the small screen n2016 she began dating prince harry and it wasn't until this fall that they made their first public appearance at the invictus games in toronto. holding hands and kissing in these photos making headlines around the world. the happy couple are grabbing headlines. brits are excited this is big news. lots of details yet to come about what the couple will do but we know there's a wedding expected next spring. at kensington palace molly hunter channel6 "action news." >> the eagles not only beat the bears yesterday on home field, they danced all over them. the birds busted out the electric slide not once but twice during the game at lincoln financial field. this was the eagles' ninth straight victory, 31 to three. they're still leading the nfl with a 10 and one record. let's switch live to south philadelphia where head coach doug pederson is holding his day after news conference at the novacare center.
we'll tell you what the coach had to say about yesterday's game in the next half hour. we want to show us your eagles pried today. tell us how you were supporting the team by sending us your fan photos and videos on social media. just use the #6abcaction. you may see your pictures on air during "action news." >> still to come on "action news" at noon, dozens of women are made disturbing claims again massage envy. how the company is now responding to those allegations. >> also stranded overseas. thousands of tourists are stuck in place because of a volcanic eruption. >> and meteorologist, david murphy will have your seven-day forecast. a big warmup on the way when "action news" continues. >> okay. >> ♪
>> a new jersey police officer dived out of the way to avoid being hit by an oncoming car. the new dashcam video of the incident you're seeing it now in ocean county. the manchester officer had just finished an investigation of a crash. as he walked back to his cruiser another vehicle sped by nearly running him over. he was able to roll away and was not injured. police located that driver and issued a violation. the popular spa chain massage envy is facing dozens of allegations of sexual misconduct. an investigation by buzz feed found that more than 180 women who say they were groped or
assaulted at one of the company's locations. some of the women spoke to abc news and they say massage envy miss handled their claims. the company issued a statement reading in part, each of these incidents are heartbreaking, even one incident is too many. >> for nearly 60,000 tourists are stranded in indonesia because of an erupting volcano the ash forced airports to close. another 90,000 people living within 6 miles of the volcano were ordered to evacuate because a larger eruption is possible. an estimated 450 flights out of bali have been canceled so far. 22 people were injured on this spanish island when the floor of a nightclub collapsed. the collapse caused several people to fall about a story into the basement. emergency crews say at least two of the injuries are considered serious. this area is a popular holiday destination for europeans among the canary islands. >> pope francis has started
his six day visit to myanmar and bangladesh during an intense period of political crisis. the military in myanmar has been cracking down on the rohingya, the muslim minority population there. the pope has met with the country's military chief. he's been advised not to even use the term rohingya because of concerns he could inflame the situation. pope francis will be in myanmar for three days before he heads to bangladesh. >> and still to come on "action news" at noon, a 12-year-old piano prodigy and cancer survivor gets the chance to play on a prestigious stage. >> plus, shining a spotlight on an african-american artist. how the philadelphia dance company is breathing new life into classic stories. >> ♪ and 5 million people, just like you, trust us every day. with no deductible and lower monthly premiums, we could help you save money and get better coverage
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people who drink spirits like gin and vodka reported being more aggressive than beer and wine drinkers. red wine drinkers felt more relaxed and tired. the findings are based on a survey of 30,000 people. >> the "action news team is working on these stories for later today beginning at 4 o'clock. a record 78 million americans are expected to shop online this cyber monday. but a warning, this explosion of internet shopping has also given rise to an explosion of online shopping scams. the thing you need to look out for coming up inning up in what's the deal. >> a mother in virginia facing charges for sending her daughter to school with a hidden recording device. what she was trying to protect her child from. >> next at noon, sky6 looking live at the christmas tree outside of philadelphia city hall. meteorologist, david murphy will have your seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back. >> ♪ eligible for medicare?
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>> the white house is getting ready for christmas. first lady melania trump just unveiled the new holiday decorations. this year's theme is time honored traditions. the white house decorations include multiple christmas trees plus a nativity scene and a traditional gingerbread house in the state dining room. looking nice. >> looking like christmas, not feeling like christmas. >> not so much in the afternoon certainly the next couple of days. still kind of chilly to start out. >> some of us aren't complaining. >> no one here i don't think. storm tracker6 live double scan right now, we are showing high and dry conditions across the region not only in philadelphia but up past the poconos towards new york state. as we take a look farther outside, there you go, kids having a little race there on the rothman skating rink. and right around the corner we have that christmas tree set up and then of course there's
that city hall stuff that 6abc is involved with where you see the decorations in lights on city hall at night. it really is a festive time of year to be down there at the christmas village and probably more so this year than years past. just a lot of stuff going on. looking ahead, today is going to be sunny and nice, couple degrees above average a little bit of a cool breeze. in the shadows of city hall you probably want to bundle up if you're going to be skating. tuesday a bit milder in the afternoon. wednesday it's possible we hit the 60's in some spots. you'll see that in the seven day in a couple minutes. right now 52 as you head out the door winds west-northwest in philadelphia at 13 miles per hour. there are some spots with temperatures maybe a degree or two cooler but slightly higher winds so again, a good day for a jacket, maybe a little bit of extra gear but these aren't bad numbers for late november. 50 degrees in allentown, 51 reading, 50 lancaster, 50 in trenton, 52 in philadelphia and wilmington, 53 currently in millville and 50 in cape may, new jersey. there's that cloud cover we were dealing with a little bit
before dawn this morning but as expected as the sun came up, it really just went bye-bye and now we are looking at lots of sunshine. this additional cloud cover eroding as it tries to get down through the mountains and in our direction. up in the lehigh valley we'll call for lots of sun today. maybe some high cirrus clouds occasionally. pleasant with a high of 52. and at the shore, another mostly sunny forecast for you, 56 is the high, a little bit milder. pretty nice and a little bit above the ocean water temperature. we had flip-flopped in reverse back when we had the cooler air temperature a few days back. lots of sun and pleasant conditions in philadelphia today with a high of 54 degrees. that's 2 degrees above average. and again, the winds out of the southwest a little bit blustery at times but not too bad at eight to 16 miles per hour. if you're headed our owe out on the town bring along a coat. 46 degrees by 7 o'clock but by 9 o'clock, 41 and all the way down to about 38 degrees by 11 o'clock. overnight we see another onslaught of cold air the partly because the winds are
dying down. you see how light they are. also we'll have mostly clear skies and atmospherically allows for heat loss. 37 degrees overnight and some of the outlying sunshines at the freezing mark. at dawn tomorrow maybe a little bit better as we head into the early part of the rush rush hour. in the afternoon high pressure off the coast an cold front starting to inch in from the west we'll get a southerly flow in between those two features and that's going to bring more mild air from the south right up into the region so today 54, tomorrow i'm thinking about 57. maybe even a degree higher than that and then on wednesday, as that front gets closer, it still isn't right on top of us. we'll still see lots of sun on wednesday and that southerly flow will get that number even higher. in fact as you take a look out to the west of us, we're at 52 in philadelphia but 54 in cincinnati and 64 ahead of that front which is right about there and it's not out of the question that that sort of mild air extends all the
way to the east over the next couple of days and that we get up into the 60's on wednesday. in your exclusive accuweather 7-day we'll call it 54 today, mostly sunny and pretty pleasant, little breezy. tomorrow sunny a bit milder 57 and we're going to go 62 on wednesday, still sunny, very mild conditions out there and then on thursday that's when the front gets here. clouds will thicken up, 56 is the high. there could be a little sprinkle overnight on thursday. i think coming in very late and maybe lasting just for the first part of friday morning but most of the models right now are suggesting that that rain ends very early and that it doesn't really amount to much. probably mostly cloudy on friday, though, with a high of 54. and then it's clouds to sun on saturday, a high of 50, a little cooler but still nice. and 53 on sunday. friday is december 1st. those are nice numbers as we head into december. >> got that right. >> sure. >> early christmas present david. thank you. >> yeah, thank you david. >> 12-year-old piano prodigy took his talents to one of the
world's most famous stages. >> ♪ ohio native daniel colaner made his carnegie hall debut yesterday after earning that spot during an international competition. he's not only immensely talented he's also a cancer survivor. at one point his family says he was given a 25 percent chance to live. to keep his brain developing doctors encouraged him to play music and once he started he could not stop. >> wow. what a great story. >> impressive. >> much more still ahead in our next half hour of "action "n news" at 12:30. the nation's largest single location food drive is happening right here in philadelphia. we'll tell you how many families in need will benefit and how you can help. >> and the philadelphia dance company is putting on a new performance that spotlights iconic african-american choreographers. karen rogers will have a preview still ahead. >> ♪
>> ♪ >> "action news" at 12:30 continues with rick williams, sarah bloomquist and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> hello again. here are some of the stories we're following for you now on "action news" at 12:30. the grandmother and father of a three-year-old little girl were arrested in philadelphia after the girl shot herself with her dad's gun. we're live with the very latest. also emergency crews
rescued a man trapped inside of a garbage truck in juniata and another great monday for eagles fans as they celebrate their tenth victory and it feels so good it's got the players doing a bit of dancing. >> and now the details on our developing story. a young girl accidentally shot herself inside her philadelphia home and now her father and grandmother are facing charges. police say the girl's father asked the grandmother to put his gun away but the child still got ahold of the weapon. "action news" reporter vernon odom is live now at philadelphia police headquarters with more details. vernon. >> reporter: good afternoon sarah. police tell me this is the third shooting of this type here in the city of philadelphia in the last two months. a child getting hold of an unsecured gun and shooting themselves. this one yesterday in kingsessing. a grandmother and her son are now under arrest. terrance williams faces the endangering the welfare of his daughter, barbara mcgill the grandmother is charged with
endangering and evidence tampering. it happened yesterday on south wilton street. police arrived to find the three-year-old girl who had been shot in the right thigh. police say she got hold of her father's gun and shot herself. police say he left it for his mother to secure when he rushed off to work. williams does have a permit to carry. police say mcgill at first put the gun in the closet but without a gun lock. when police arrived the grandmother, police say, did not tell them it was a gunshot wound or that there was a gun in the house. the child's wound wound is quite serious and doctors at chop are trying to save her leg. rick, again, three cases like this one here in philadelphia in the last two months according to philadelphia police. police are begging the public to be vigilant in preventing these kinds of tragedies in the future. live at police headquarters in center city, i'm vernon odom channel6 "action news." >> all right, vernon, thank you. 33-year-old man is in critical condition this noon after he was rescued