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♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. developing to night a bizarre and deadly shooting in south jersey with evidence spread across two major highways and a wawa just look at the backup earlier tonight on the garden state parkway as investigators combed through one car involved in the incident. another bullet rid link a car outside egg harbor township wa wawa. the details are still developing but we know five people were shot and one of them was killed. good evening, i'm iain page. >> i'm dawn timmeney. lucy is off. now investigators are trying to peace together exactl exactlt happened here. fox 29's dave schratwieser is live at the state police barracks in hammonton tonight.
dave. >> reporter: dawn, wild scene out here at the expressway this afternoon with that shooting. state police say as man as manys three vehicles now may have been involved. they may be looking for that third vehicle. to night they shut down the eastbound lanes of the expressway for about 45 minutes while they looked for ballistic evidence on the highway. still no arrests to report. they continue to try and unravel this and look for a motive. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: crime scene investigators spent monday evening gathering evidence at this bullet riddled forward for expedition that pull into the parking lot at wawa off tilton road near the atlantic city airport with four people wounded inside. also shut down the ac expressway around 7:00 p.m. looking for evidence on the highway. >> i think it's scary. like i live literally five minutes not even from here, and just to hear about it it's cra crazy. >> it's all shot up. look at it, glass clothes on the floor. >> reporter: new jersey state police say the occupants of the
suv were victims of a gun battle just before 3:00 on the expressway. more than a dozen shots struck the moving suv. taking out the passenger side windows and rear tire. skyfox was overhead when second vehicle was found a few miles away on the garden state parkw parkway. one person there was found shot to death in that car. >> we don't have all the detai details. we believe at this point that the people involved in this shooting new each other. that this was not a random act. >> reporter: customers like ben at a morales and joe rosellely arrived at the wawa to see the bloody scene. they were stunned when they exited the store to see a swarm of police and ambulances. >> it's a disgrace that we have to go through all this here. crap like this. >> i feel sad for those people who were in there. when they young? were they old i don't know. >> reporter: state police recovered multiple weapons at a third location nearby. several guns were used in the exchange of gunfire. the victims were all men from the area. >> gunfire was being aimed at
cars that were moving. obviously extremely dangerous to everybody involved not just those intended targets. >> i can't believe it. it's scary what goes on in this world. >> reporter: now, all four shooting victims were treated at the atlantic city medical cent center. police would not say how many weapons they have recovered so far tonight. or how many shots were fired on the expressway we'll have much more coming up tonight at 11:00. dawn? >> all right, dave, thank you. taking another look at the seep tonight, remember be the first to find out about breaking news with the fox 29 breaking alerts sent right to your phone. you can sign up right on our website fox29.com. >> the reward has now been increased to $76,000 for any information leading to the person who killed eight-year-old gabbie carter. fox 29 has learned that the funeral for the little girl will take place this saturday at the faith holy temple church of god and christ that is in camden. police believe gabbie got caught in some gang crossfire last week. someone shot her in the head as she rode her bike at eighth and
spruce streets in camden. so if you know anything please give police call. fire crews still at the scene tonight putting out hot spots after a landmark church went up in flames. the century old church destroyed when fire ripped through the building in overbrook more than 100 firefighters fought the flames. crews had to race and side to help people to get to safety. fox 29's brad sattin reports that this is a huge loss to the community. i was in the shower, and the power went out are and the water got real hot so i got out. opened up the door, and couldn't -- couldn't see down the hallway at all. >> reporter: rick clemm to had to feel his way through thick smoke on a window then on the roof where he was rescued by firefighter, cell phone video showing the building engulfed by flames. he and five others were inside the church when the fire starter in the basement. everyone got out. as did this cat. found clinging outside an upper floor wip dough grabbed by a
firefighter. but wawa could not be saved -- >> big loss. >> reporter: good shepherd presbyterian church more than 100 years old prayer and community center for so many. >> it's a shame. >> it's a same. >> it's a shame. >> reporter: while 120 firefighter and other personnel worked to control the blaze, some neighbors prayed. >> maybe the lord would intervene and bring this fire under control. >> reporter: pastor pam williams got married in this church two years ago. >> we're devastated with what has happened today because we have lot of everything. not only a place to worship god but we've lost a part of us because a part of us was inside that building. >> reporter: it's not clear yet how stable the building is but looking for a cause of the fire will require investigators to go inside. >> we won't be able to actually do the cause and origin piece until the fire is officially quenched and we're able to make it cold and get in there and it's structurally sound. they're already working. this investigation will go on probably at least for a couple of days. >> reporter: as you can see just a shell of a building
remains. no one was hurt but two cats are missing. several different congregations call this church home. they are now looking for new places to worship. in overbrook, brad sattin, fox 29 news. on your radar tonight this latest heat wave just keeps on rolling. looking live at trenton our fourth day of at least 90 degrees comes to an end. kathy dorks we any more scorchers like this ahead. >> few more scorchers, iain, official heat wave yesterday and the heat rolls on, of course, the second heat wave of the month and today the 15th, 90-degree day of august we made it to 93 degrees. we are looking at temperatures that are slowly cooling down. 60s in the poconos in the lehigh valley. 83 still in philadelphia. in millville it is 81. you can see in atlantic city at the airport still 78 degrees. now as you plan your day tomorrow, breakfast time 7am temperatures will be in the 70s. by the noon hour, lunch time, 83. 87 in the afternoon and even by the evening at 7:00 p.m. temperatures will still be heading toward the mid 80s.
now coming up we'll talk about the heat and the humidity. it will be a stormy end to that. the holiday weekend weather is coming up. already looking ahead and there will be a tropical impact down the shore especially over the holiday weekend. we'll talk more about that with your seven day forecast. >> all right, kathy, thank you. tonight philadelphia police are looking for the shooter or shooters who sent three teenagers to the hospital. investigators say a gun battle erupted around midnight near the area of 27t 27th 27th and taskee police found the victim 17 year old boy and two, 1684 old boys. we're told they're all in stable condition in the hospital tonight. authorities are investigating whether the teens were involved in the shootout or if they were hit by stray bullets. police say this all could easily have been prevented. >> they have to adhere to the curfew rules and they should have been in. they should have been home. these curfew rules protect people not only from committing crimes but protect individuals if being victims of crimes. such as these three juveniles.
>> police say one of the shooters may have been driving a new model white nissan ax ma or altima. >> developing to night some controversy over 49ers player hitting home on friday night san francisco quarterback colin kaepernick sat down during the national anthem and said it was a statement against racial oppression in america. eagles rookie is diving into the controversy. our chris o'connell spoke to some eagles fans about mike tavaras who just hours after saying he'd sit out the national anthem now says he'll stand with his teammates. >> he may not even make the team but eagles rookie mike at a satisfy less weighed made a bold statement taking the lead of 49 forty oneness colin kaepernick by refusing to stand during the national anthem on thursday night when the eagles take on the new york jets. eagles teammates reacting to the controversy. >> i feel it's bigger than football a lot of people get upset when you use that stage to speak about things outside of football but at the end of the
day it's a stage we have, we've earned. >> after pressure from his agent, the undrafted linebacker had a change of heart. agent corey williams telling me over the phone tavaras quote doesn't want to be a distract to the eagles and he will be stan standing during thursday's game. over at chickie's and pete's fans were buzzing. >> i feel like he has the right to choose to stand or not to choose. >> i'm a veteran. my father is a veteran. national anthem stands for the people black, white, hispanic whatever that fought and died for the country and right. >> we had jim brown. we have bill russell. we have muhammed ali. >> chad dl lassiter says social statements from super star athletes is nothing new. what matters is what comes next. >> i think that he's taking a stance but i want to see what he's going to do beyond that because beyond the signs and symbols is he going to come to the community and do the things
that needs to happen in the community? report. >> that was chris o'connell reporting. eagles head coach doug pederson following the nfl stance on this saying in a statement he respects the history of the national anthem but also respects an individual's freedom of expression. you decide 2016. new polling suggests that hillary clinton has lost some of her dnc convention bounce but still leads donald trump among key voting blocks. could that change this week? republicans and democrats alike are waiting for wednesday had drum is that scheduled to give a major speech on immigration plan. recently trump has been accused of flip flopping on his stance of deporting illegal immigrants. hillary clinton off the campaign trail today but atten attending a private fundraise sr. in the ham tons. she's not sure which drum lap show up to the presidential debates. clinton is facing backlash after reports surfaced that e-mails show a link between the clinton foundation donors and clinton's' inner circle while she served as
secretary of state. her campaign repeatedly denied those claims. >> she lived nightmare for years. now a local young woman's warning for every parent and teenager going online. >> i felt disgusted and embarrassed and really ashamed. so that's part of the reason why i never spoke up about it or told anybody about it. >> her advice to keep you and your children reliving her horror. >> and body cam video shows police pepper spraying an older woman in her own home but they were after someone else who had just run in the door they went in after. and kids are getting creeped out by something behind their apartment building. what they seen lurking in the woods putting even police on edge. >> and rescued down at the jersey shore this 140-pound turtle has long road ahead. why recovery is only the first step for this bigger.
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in montgomery county gathered hoping for some answers about their water quality issues. the meeting comes just months after officials found contamination in water near the willow grove and john'sville naval air stations. >> both local and national lawmakers along with health experts discussed the on-going issue tonight in horsham. fox 29's shawnette wilson was at that meeting and joins you live outside the hatboro-horsham high school. shawnette? >> reporter: well, dawn and iain, residents tonight submitted questions to be read by a moderator but many leaving the meeting within the past 30 minutes say they don't feel they got any real answers. >> when they found out that those chemicals were harmful
they took no meaningful actions. >> residents pack the auditorium hatboro horsham high school this evening. they are desperate for answers about a problem with contaminated water plaguing their communities for years. >> right now, i'm drinking bottled water i'm giving my dogs bottled water i'm so scared. >> mary ellen is one of many people who submitted written questions for officials. >> are you getting rid of all the private wells? 'cause the house was built, my parents built it way back, so i don't know whether, you know, it is good or it's not. the other question i was, if we're all going to be blood tested. >> the panel discussion was organized by representative ben didn't boy boyle, pat me man and michael fitzpatrick. >> we know a little bit more about testing somebody results and we just to be communicating with the people. >> we have the epa here tonight. we have the cdc much pennsylvania department of health. that way they can answer specifically what exactly the long-term implications are
drinking in some some way consume these contaminants. >> cane rin joyce is concern because her neighborhood wasn't included on hand out that shows cancer in the area. >> i had cancer. my mother had cancer. many of the other things they managed high cholesterol and thyroid problem. >> the water issue stems from the former naval air station willow grove. >> huge class action against the navy is the only way that we're going to get them to clean their base and our community up. >> reporter: and back here live, i'm told that the township paid an outside contractor to test tap water from about 116 homes in the area. i'm told the results will be back in about four to eight weeks, and they will be made public at that time. dawn, back to you. >> thank you, shawnette. a warning tonight for new jersey state police. authorities say this label says batman and it's been linked to heroin that could be deadly. since last tuesday, police say
heroin with this stamp may have caused 49 overdoses in camden. now none of the overdoses were deadly but state police are asking people to spread the word to help save lives. the woman cued of slashing the tires on vehicles outside the home of philadelphia district attorney seth williams was apparently his girlfriend. that's how 47-year-old stacey cummings was labeled on some financial disclosure statements. delaware county da has charged her for the november incident. police say the cars damaged were part of seth williams security detail. mayor jim kenney spoke about the charges today. >> she shouldn't have done it. she apparently admitted doing it. she shouldn't have done it. really has nothing to do with me. and we have a lot of problems we're dealing with in the city on regular basis including kids being shot in the street and people trying to get work and people trying to get their lives in a better situation. that will play out with the district attorney's office in delaware county. >> it's not clear what kind of
relationship cummings and da colonelly have. water mape break still being repaired tonight right off of roosevelt boulevard. skyfox over that scene earlier today. this is on the southbound lane near the 4200 block of scotts lane. only the lower lane was getting by. no word an what exactly caused the main to break. rescued down the shore now this large turtle has long road to recovery ahead. staff from the marine mammal stranding center has been caring for the 140-pound sea turtle ever since saving her in brigantine. our bill anderson shows us how the turtle is doing. >> reporter: i get to meet 140-pound sea turtle today. try not to be jealous. the marine mammal stranding center in brigantine gets lots of calls about turtles in need of help but recent call from oyster creek nuclear plant was a little different. >> it's not unusual when they call and say there's a turtle on the intake line, it's a cooling system they use for the nuclear plant, however when they say
they have a 100-pound turtles that's a little different. most of the turtles we get from to plant eight to 10 pounds. >> reporter: unfortunate whole they picked her up they found out she was liking hanging close to sure because she had been hit by a boat and lost the use of her back flippers. >> secretary survive but not in the wild. in order for a stouter toll at a lay eggs they have to climb up on the beach, dig a hole their rear flippers only and deposit the egg. she can use her real flippers so she couldn't do that. >> reporter: it's tough to grasp how big a 140-pound turtle is until you're up close. >> only if i'm silly enough to do what i just did if i fall in i'm on my own. >> we tried to get you as close as possible but the folk at marine mammal cautioned me about getting a little too close. >> if she's curious enough she took a bite at your hand they would take your hand off. >> really? >> community has rallied in support donating dozen plus crabs she eats every day. but now the bigger challenge trying to find a home that accommodate a subtle this season.
>> she's going to keep growing. she's not full grown yet. >> right now the pool is something this size. >> at least. >> reporter: after several near misses i managed not to fall in the pool. that's one positive. as large as this turtle seemed she could weigh 300 pounds and live another 40 years. finding a permanent home is going to take a lot. hopefully they do it in the near future. a baby just sleeping in her crib when bullets riddle her house hitting her crib. >> a baby was just shot! they just came and did a drive by shooting in my house. >> mazingly she's okay tonight. what police say was happening at the house making them a target. >> a guy catches this bear on the prowl in his backyard. what sent the massive animal running. and a imagine cutting more than a day from your work week. one major company is testing just 30 hours a week. sounds good, right? well, there's a catch. ♪ now with tomorrow's traffic
here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. i'm sewer is he yo and there is a big giant construction project in the villanova area route 30 lancaster avenue right near route 320 spring mill road. widening the road there doing lot of work in the overnight hours. and you better watch out because that will slow you down a lot. also they're already starting to close lanes for the made in america concert around eakins oval in philadelphia art museum that concert is not happening until the holiday weekend, but that's going to also slow you down if you're in the aware of. of course you are. we'll have updates of course on this situation and anything else going on starting at 4:00 tomorrow morning.
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upcoming elections. they're telling state officials to increase security in their voting also is. come november the warning comes because of evidence that hackers breached some data systems in two states. fbi not commenting on their alert yahoo news is reporting the fbi will exam their -- scan their system for specific signs of hacking. >> panic in los angeles after two security x-rays at lax. >> got off the plane weren't exiting and saw just a mob, a crowd running towards us, and we immediately started running. >> reports of a gunman prompted the evacuation of several airport terminals last night. police say there was no shooter, however, and that the false report quickly spread around the los angeles airport. right around the same time, however, authorities sound every found a masked man armed with sword and dressed assort o it turns out the sword was plastic and he claims he was there to pick someone at the airport. more than two dozen flights were diverted during this whole ordeal. young woman's warning for
every parent and teenager going online. living a nightmare for years. her advice to keep you and your kids from reliving her horror. >> dramatic moments when a crane tips off this bridge with workers inside. >> kathy orr track your forecast leading up to that big holiday weekend kathy. >> we're talking about tropical impacts not one or two but three systems that could impact our weather down the shore. we'll talk about it with the seven day next. >> actor gene wilder has died. he starting classics like the producers, blazing saddles and young franken stein much his family says the 83-year-old died at his home in connecticut after complications from alzheimer's disease.
♪ >> breaking news tonight. two children shot in south philadelphia. a 13-year-old and 12-year-old shot. police say the 13-year-old boy was playing with a gun and got shot in the hand. 12-year-old girl was shot in the knee. witnesses are telling police the boy carried the gun out of the house and took off.
someone drove him to the university of pennsylvania hospital. rescuers drove the girl to children's hospital. both are in stable condition. police are investigating and say they've already made one arrest. breaking news right now in elmwood. a car crashes no an auto zone store on south 70th street after some sort of pursuit. one person was rushed to penn presbyterian. we're not sure of their condition or why police may have been talking to them or tailing them i should say. initial reports show the chase may have started in yeadon, delaware county, no one else was hurt. >> ridley park woman talking about horrifying experience she had online when she was a teenager. a man posing as a young boy using several different screen names convinced her to do something she says shell regret for the rest of her- >> shawnette wilson sat down with the young woman who was the vick ticks sextortion. >> we were chatting with kids we thought were our age. >> sitting in her father's basement in ridley park,
delaware county, 22-year-old is man that can openly taught about gnawing secret she wept for four years. it happened in this very room where we're segment. isn't we were just full around having fun laughing until one of them dared to us flash our chests over the web cam. which we complied with merely two seconds and just continued throughout our night just talking and having fun. >> samantha a sixth greater then had been on social media chat site which no longer exist. she and her friend thought no more of what they had done and never heard from the boy again who was only on the end instant messaging with only a picture for his profile. that was the end of it forge six months. >> then one day, six months later, a cryptic message on my space. >> the initial message read, i have this picture of you and if you don't go on stick cam and
tell was i tell you to do i'll send it to all your friends. at first i didn't believe him. i was like you're lying. >> but the face less person quickly responded. >> he responded with the picture itself proving to mow he did have a picture of me and my friend. >> that picture samantha and their friend flashing their breast had come back to haunt her. he just kept saying if you don't do this, i'm just going to zen it out. think of what everyone will think of you. >> what samantha told me next paint add vivid picture of the torture this then 13-year-old endured. >> i had to do what he told me to do which was really intense sexually explicit things for 13-year-old to do. things that 13-year-olds don't even imagine things that, you know, you would see in a pornographic video, um, of adults just sexually violating myself for about five hours straight.
>> five ex cruciate hill mill 88ing hours. >> as i was complying with everything he wanted me to do now he has this on me too. now he has this on me. this picture is worse than that one was before. >> there was one more disturbing thing samantha says he did. >> oh i can make sure this never happens to you again. like you needed to this and that and this and that. like block all your social media pages. i don't want anyone to do this to you again. which is really like confus cong and manipulative. >> after that night, samantha struggled to get back to her normal life. >> i felt disgusted and em embarrassed and really a shamed so that's part of the reason why i never spoke up about it or told anybody about it. >> what was her live like then before this happened? >> i wanted to be -- i played the clarinet, i sang. i was in acting. i played lacrosse and volleyba volleyball. ♪
>> reporter: music was and still is something she loves. ♪ >> i was in band. i was in pink floyd led zeppelin band. that was my life as a 13 year old. >> reporter: how does a little girl with so much zest and talent involved in so many activities fall victim an online predator. >> i wasn't getting the attention from boys at school. because i just wasn't popular enough or cute enough. so ooh turn to the internet when someone was giving me mean friend attention we were -- we jumped at the opportunity for someone to compliment us and made us feel better about ourselves. >> reporter: for years, is man that struggled with depression and thoughts of suicide after what happened. but somehow managed to block it all out. >> i kind of just let it slip to the back of my mind for about four years. >> reporter: then in 2010, samantha came home from school to find fbi agents at her mother's house.
they caught the guy who did those things to her years ago. >> i'm like holy crap. i forgot. i didn't even, you know, it kind of -- i slip it to the back of my mind, repressed it because i didn't want to think about the any more. >> reporter: she remembers her mother crying historically. >> she was more confused more than anything. just kind of wondering why i wouldn't tell her. >> reporter: the other bombshell, that person samantha and her friend believed they were talking online with that night -- >> like skater kid with like hair in his face and like a mirror your pick with skinny jones. >> reporter: not so. f ben franklin i agents say it wasn't the 15-year-old boy she described but instead of 26-year-old lucas michael chancellor in jacksonville, florida. >> i realized, wow, this is serious. this was messed up. this isn't right. >> reporter: it turns out samantha is one of several hundred victims fbi had identified at that point.
in fact i reported on chancellor's arrest back in present 14 when the fbi announce the they were looking for more victims and making parents aware of what they call sextortion. >> he had over 80,000 images of child pornography on his computer. he had extorted approximately 350 victims about 26 states, canada. extortion specifically involved either threats to the family, demands for money, but typically they want more pictures. that want more image but more often than not the extortion involves threats to post those images on the victim's, you know, friend list. >> he was set on sharing my picture. >> investigators track down chancellor after another girl's parents found messages on her computer and contacted them. samantha met some of the other victims when they went to florida to testify during a sentencing hearing. >> he got up and he said he was sorry for what he did. which was very emotional for all
of us. to think that one man could do this to so many girls. it was pretty scary. >> samantha has decided to become an advocate for victims of oh and line child predators. >> don't do anything you wouldn't want your parents to see. don't send that picture. don't -- don't fall for the tricks of people that you don't know on the internet. >> reporter: even though chancellor is serving a live sentence she knows the nude pictures of her may still be out there. >> the internet is becoming a bigger place and more younger kids that, you know, know about technology they're getting better with it each day the more scarier and easier it is for a pedophile to reach out to them. >> reporter: in ridley park, shawnette wilson, fox 29 news. body cam videos shows police pepper spraying an 84-year-old woman in her own home. but they were after someone
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david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect them. votevets is responsible for the content of this advertising. a lot of parents on edge tonight after reports of someone dressed as a clown trying to lure children into a wooded area. now this is happening in gree
greenville, south carolina. the property manager at fleetwood manor apartments sent out letter warning residents about this person. one woman thought her son was making the whole thing up. >> i thought my child was, you know, seeing things. the next day i had about 30 kids come up to me and day say, did you see the clowns in the woods. >> the property management says the county law enforcement will be conducting daily patrols due to these reports. it also remained residents that their children should not be out alone at night. terrifying moments in florida when bullets fly into a home. >> in the end a1-year-old girl was shot. >> my baby was just shot! they just came and did a drive by shooting in my house. >> that's the fran tec-9 11 call from the mother after gunfire erupted in her house in the town of port ritchie last night suburb of tampa. a bullet hit her one-year-old daughter as she slept. seven mortar through the crib but police don't think this was random drive by. they say the mother is a gang member.
she denies it. >> the truth is that her one-year-old was shot because criminal activity that surrounds that house the possible that are involved in that house. >> investigators say it's not clear who the shooter was targeting three adults live in the home including the child's mom are in jail tonight. facing drug charge that is baby is expected to survive. in oklahoma authorities are investigating after police pepper sprayed an 84-year-old woman and she didn't even do anything wrong. police say it all started as they searched for the elderly woman's son. officers saw him run a stop sign. refused to stop and then darted into this home. as you can see, police tased him then out came his mother. police asked her to turn around and after about 40 seconds, she was hit with pepper spray. that woman says police were wrong to do that to her. sheaf of police says the department is working to try to resolve the situation. >> this is a very important issue. there's a lot miss information out there. there's a loft pre judgment
going on. there's a lot of concern. >> the department says it released the video to be completely transparent. no word on whether the officer who pepper spraye sprayed the 84-year-old is still on duty. >> in new hampshire a black bear saw chance to score free food. >> the homeowner said not so fast. >> hey, no, no, no. hey -- >> jason alexander shot that video bear runs off with the bird feeder trying to eat some of the seeds inside but after he gets scolded the bear just drops the feeder. the homeowner says the bear stood there for while but eventual did snack on some seed but moved to the driveway to do that. on your radar tonight, it's another steamy night in the city, kathy. >> it is really nice out there. it is warm and we are seeing some lower humidity move its way in so it should get little bit more comfortable during the day tomorrow. the temperature 83. the high today 93 degrees. four-day heat wave the second in august. winds out of the north northeast at 9 miles an hour. that is cooler but still humid
wind for us. in the poconos it's 61. crack the windows in allentown only 69. but warmer as you go farther south. philadelphia, millville, even dover still in the 80s. in wildwood it's 77. down the shore you can see temperatures mainly in the 70's. cape may point reporting in at 76 in the boardwalk in atlantic city it is 78 degrees. the dew point is that amount of humidity or moisture in the atmosphere. 50's are comfortable in the poconos. 60 as little bit muggy but big improve film earlier today you can see the dew point in dover quite high at 74 degrees. we are watching the tropics with two tropical depressions number eight is off the coast of cape hatter mass and number nine floating in the gulf of mexico both are these expected to become tropical storms as early as tomorrow. so the next names are hermine and then iain. so we'll keep a careful eye on these. tropical depression number eight will be kicking up the surf down the jersey shore and delaware beaches for the next couple of days and tropical depression
number nine in the gulf of mexico looks like it will be making a landfall possibly by thursday along the west coast of florida and then continue just off the coast of myrtle beach on thursday into friday and that could impact our shore weather or rip current risk over the holiday weekend. here's a look at the shore impacts with our tropical depression number eight off the mid atlantic. through wednesday evening the rip current risk will be moderate the surf around 3 feet and the easterly as well as about two to 3 feet. so please only swim when the beaches are guarded. right now, in the city, we're looking at temperatures in the 80s. we'll fall to the 60s overnight. the suburbs 60. mainly clear and mild. tomorrow 89. that would break the heat wave it will be real close. mostly sunny and less how mid and and that we kick up the humidity again with the heat on wednesday. some late storms. thursday, some early showers. only in the 80s and look at this friday, saturday, sunday and monday for your holiday weekend, a sunny start, a perfect end
highs in the 80s down the shore, temperatures respond the same tuesday and wednesday looking hot and then 80s across the board ocean water temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s. looking good for the holiday weekend. we'll send it over to you. >> all right. thanks, kathy the 76ers found a good way to get joel embiid ready to play this season. well, sort of. and the eagles head coach lays out what he will be doing with carson wentz in the game on thursday night. hear from doug pederson and carson wentz that will be coming up in sports.
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♪ the eagles they finally play that final preseason game thursday night against the new york jets at the linc. some of the number ones will play. but most will not play. wide receive dory ya'll green-beckham will get some snaps. jordan matthews did practice today but will not play until the opening game on september 11th. vinnie curry will be ready for the opener as well. he had a knee injury but the player wants to see on thursday is that first round pick
quarterback carson wentz. he got broken ribs in the first preseason game. the head coach addressed his two broken ribs today. >> he had a kt scan done, um, and came back he had -- you know, he had the two ribs there so the tenth one is complete healed. the 11th one shows 60%. so there's still some injury there. >> does that mean he won't play on thursday or -- >> if he's 60% with that rib, probably not. >> let's break this down to a simplest form. carson wentz will not play on thursday. but how does he get himself ready without being a participant in the game? >> you're not the one out there making the plays making the throws but you really thinking what would i do here. how would i read that? what was the coverage there. you try to be locked as if they were the guy in the game. i've been pretty successful from learning that. obviously the not quite the sam you got to make the move of what you can. >> the phillies they got a nice out buying their pitcher jake
thompson tonight but there was no offense. that's not problem new to the phillies this season. no runs. you can't win. the citizens bank park. jake thompson the pitcher two runs in seven innings but one. the second of the game, remember jayson werth hits the homerun two runs in that inning. one right there. bottom of the sixth nationals town to nothing. phillies got four hits when they got runners on, a couple of double plays nice double play but not for the phillies miguel franco. top of the ninth still two to zero phillies got a little sloppy. rough the pass ball on the strike out. the runner gets to first base. there was and rower by the pitcher frank herman. not good. the runner goes to third. it all led to two runs. washington wins the game over the phillies the score there four to zero. 76ers want joel embiid to keep on getting ready for the season this weekend he got good work, sort of let's go to avalon, new
jersey. how about this? this is the way he learns how to play. how can you swat it on a little kid. that will ruin the kid for life. getting right back at him. i know. that's just not right. well, you know the good thing about this, joel embiid did not break his foot again. >> that little kid is pretty good, too. >> little kid had no chance. >> that's not right. >> owes only 2 feet tall. >> poor thing. >> i'll talk about kaepernick that idiot coming up at 11:00. >> looking forward to that. (laughter). >> all right. that does it for us tonight at 10:00. iain page standing by what's comincoming at 11:00. >> dramatic moments when crane tips off this bridge hanging over the edge incredible video workers are inside. see how crews were able to pull them to safety and the latest on that breaking news as two children shot in south philadelphia and your wake up weather and seven day forecast in the first five minutes the fox 29 nouse at 11:00 is next.
♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia, this is fox 29 news at 11:00. we're following breaking news tonight. two children shot in south philadelphia. good evening i'm iain page. lucy is off tonight. police say it all started when 13 year old boy was playing with a gun. fox 29's chris o'connell is live at children's hospital of philadelphia. chris? >> reporter: iain, right now 12-year-old girl is in stable condition here at children's hospital and just next door a 13-year-old boy is also in stable condition. both accidently shot. police responded to the 2100 block of south edding terrace in southwest philadelphia just -- after 8:40 tonight. they learn the 13-year-old boy somehow was playing with the gun and shot himself in the hand. that same bullet went through the boy's hand,