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breaking news right now on fox 29 morning news a drive along 76 turns deadly, help a tractor trailer and sedan collide, we have details straight ahead. another night in kensington, violent, police are investigating the third murder in 24 hours a hand is shot dead on his birthday while walking with his girlfriend what police say happened right before bullets started to fly. it is outrageous because i got multiple vehicles on this lot. i can't afford high car being on fire. >> nobody can. can you imagine coming up and seeing a sight like that, someone is setting cars on fire. they are still out there. video that may help solve the case. and then this. >> this is not the man that i know those words, they were offensive, to me and they were
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inappropriate. he apologized. >> melania trump speaking out since her husband donald was slapped with sexual misconduct allegations what she's saying and her reaction to that now incident access hollywood recording with billy bush. good day, it is tuesday, october 172,016th. >> good morning, how are you. >> good. >> as i was driving in i saw red flares up at entrance ways to get on the schuylkill. we had a serious situation involving the schuylkill expressway. >> all lanes are thousand back opened after a fatal accident this morning. police say crash involved a tractor trailer, several other cars, we do not the know condition of the other drivers involve. we will continue to bring you more information as it becomes available. bob, what is the latest on this. >> that happened at 11:00, or 11:30 last night. all of the lanes are opened. i pulled out of the driveway along this morning i saw the alert, got my coffee and they were able to clean everything up. if you are coming into
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philadelphia on the schuylkill you will notice, the left over flares, it looks like a pile of dirt along the roadway here as you hit montgomery. that is where all traffic was forced off, but everything is opened, east and westbound on the schuylkill. we are good to go this morning. no problems on the roosevelt boulevard, i-95 as you head southbound out of northeast philadelphia, work crews are still out of here. this is a live look at i-95 south between cottman avenue and bridge street and this is all part of the widening project here, you may remember me mentioning over weekend they opened up all four lanes the northbound side, getting ready to do that on the southbound side, hopefully a better start to to daze then yesterday at philly international. i don't see a lot of fog but upstairs you said you cab not rule it out. >> right, because there are areas with fog. as we look at our map of visability airport is okay, for now. but we have quarter mile visibility in lancaster. very foggy out there. reduced visibility in
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pottstown, and we go down to check out millville is foggy as well. only a couple sots but remember that is how we started yesterday with hardly any fog and it got crazy later on. the little haze as we look at our picture here in our neighborhood of olde city. 63 degrees right the now with a 5-mile an hour wind out of the south/southwest and along with the warmth, we will get humidity out there as well. temperatures are in the upper 50's to the north of us, a few 60's to the south of us, 64 degrees in dover, delaware. very mild start to the day for mid-october, and how about this a high temperature of 85 degrees, as we reach 85 it will tie the record for this date. more on that coming up. lauren. breaking news, this morning police are investigating yet another homicide. >> that is the third in that area in just 24 hours. the lets get right out to steve keeley at police headquarters, steve. >> reporter: that is three since we were here yesterday doing a fourth. so, our viewers who watch us
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every day, when they see us here two days in a row talking about completely different cases, that tells you about a quick spike in violence and let's show you first scene. it is on a main street in philadelphia, allegheny avenue. this one was a guy and a girl walking and apparently this guy got in some fight with these guys, previously and then they came looking for him and they found him and they shot him and they wanted to make sure help they shot him that he was dead. they shot him in the body and head right in front of his girl friend. here's inspector scott small once again. >> based on witness account this 30 year-old victim was involved in a prior physical altercation with other males in the immediate area. we believe that is the motive for this shooting. what makes this case even more traj is is this 30 year-old victim today was his 30th birthday. >> reporter: sadly, that just started the violence or that
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was latest in this string of violence and day started which a murder of a 19 year-old who will not even turn 20 on his birthday, killed again shot in the head. this is on rose hill, and police don't know what happened here but again, several shots in this man also shot the in the head and then lets go to our third scene, 7:00 in the morning in daylight time, thinks on again, another person with a gun, and another guy in his 20's police say that they didn't id just yet also shot and killed. so what a violent string of scenes here around the city, counting our scene yesterday this is four young men in philadelphia murdered, shot by guns in this 24 hour period. lauren and karen. >> such a tragedy. all right, steve, thank you very much. right now police are investigating a string of fires set to cars in west philadelphia. >> latest one happened overnight at 53rd and media.
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that is where we have dave kinchen at that scene with the very latest, cave? >> reporter: karen, a fire investigators just left this scene around five or ten minutes ago. you can see charred out remains of this vehicle here hard to make out but some type of a sedan there. it has been yanked from the vehicle and engine block and everything else just completely charred with what was the tire there. one of the many fires police have been investigating in the west philadelphia air ra in the last couple days. fire crews coming out to this area at 53rd and media to check out this car burned by fire. meantime police are looking for a man, they believed, may be behind, more than half of a dozen arsons, seven cars torched in a home damage, a dumpster also left blazing next to a building, in the area of 56th and master. >> somebody knows something, knows this individual and give us this information so we can get this guy off the street. >> it is outrageous because we've got multiple vehicles.
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i cannot afford my car being on fire. >> reporter: so there are other questions here too, police are looking to see if these fires that have taken place over the last couple days may be connected to a series of fires at an auto storage lot in the same area, and those fires actually date back to last november, believe it or not, when investigators are telling us in one of those incidents the person who lit those fires, their arm was burned but they were never caught so a lot of work here, that is involved the atf and also southwest detectives, very busy, on this one, back to you karen and lauren. and given that police are investigating more car fires not too far from that in west philadelphia, they say someone has been setting at least seven cars on fire yesterday morning in the 1900 block of north 60th street. investigators are saying whether these are related, we know that one person tells us that the the fire started in her gas tank.
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political news right now did you see this donald trump's wife is talking about the the growing number of women accusing her husband of groping them. speaking to fox's ainsley earhardt melaniy trump says these women coming forward are lying. >> she's not advised, she's convince it is all part of the bigger plan. >> this is not the manny know, those word, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate and he apologized to me and i accepted his apology. we are moving on. >> what is your message to these women. what would you like to say to them. >> that all of the allegations should be handled in a court of law and without the evidence to accuse somebody, it is a man or a woman, it is damaging and it is unfair.
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>> why do you think they would make this up then. >> because they want to damage the presidency of my husband. >> coming up at the 4:30 why melania trump is not surprised at all by these allegations. also nbc news has officially fired billy bush. he was caught on tape having a vulgar conversation about women with donald trump. it was taped years ago when trump was not a candidate for president but just recently released. before his firing bush was suspended, bush has said he was embarrassed and ashamed. donald trump continues to deny allegations of sexual assault by accusers. in a interview with "fox news" he said it would be very easy to apologize but you cannot apologize for an event that never took place. trump says these women either support hillary clinton or looking to get famous. another twist in the clinton e-mail scandal according to new released documents from the fbi, state department official tried to convince fbi a certain e-mail
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should be classified in exchange forgetting more fbi agents overseas in iraq. fbi and state department any deal was offered. hillary clinton has been getting high profile democrats to hit the campaign trail for her, but today president bill clinton will speak at montgomery county community college in blue bell and that event starts at 3:00 this afternoon. here in philadelphia elected leaders are taking issues with donald trump who has been casting doubt about legitimacy of this years' lex. republican presidential nominee has claimed for days now that the elections is rigged. philadelphia and pennsylvania state leaders came together to dispel those accusations, some critics say that trump's allegations of election rigging are on attempt to disrupt voting and discourage minorities from casting ballots. law headachers are reassuring every vote will count. >> although there are others represented at this press conference there is a
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willingness a desire to state to the voters in philadelphia and in fact around the state and around the nation that things will go smoothly on election day in our city, the birthplace of the democracy. >> meanwhile donald trump called on people to act as election watchers across the country, pennsylvania has very strict rules on who can be a poll watcher. today is last day to register to vote in new jersey if you want to vote in this years presidential election. >> make sure your voice is heard. you are not registered check it out go to the new jersey department of state the's web site, county commissioner of registration, also the superintendent of the election officers will be both opened late this evening so people can get their votes in in terms of the registering for that. also on the ballot very important issues if you say i cannot stand this presidential election, important issues for people in new jersey. questions on casino expansion and also requiring the new gas tax money to only go to transportation. all that information is on our web site at fox
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here's a question for you, at 4:12. what would you do if you saw someone in trouble on the side of the road. coming up later in the show an unbelievable act of bravery from new jersey how a group of good samaritans saved a would hand as life. in california two officers are alive and unharmed after a suspect ambushes them. where he is now and miraculous moment that saved the cop's life.
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it the is not widespread but the fog is out there, this morning, and we will take a look at that a little bit later. i must have clicked and in the realized it. here are the temperatures as we get started this morning. sixty-three in philadelphia. sixty-one wilmington. sixty-four this dover. very mild start. this wouldn't be an unusual high temperature for this time of october, 50's to the north of us, and here are some of monday's high temperatures. we have got to 82 degrees in philadelphia record is 89 for yesterday's date. lower 80's in trenton, atlantic city. seventy-nine reading. seventy-nine in allentown. just a lovely day. these are record to beat or tie today 85 in philadelphia, reading. eighty-three atlantic city. twenty-eight in trenton. allentown, wilmington will brake record as well. if not we will come close and it doesn't matter because it will be a beautiful day. we don't see anything on
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radar. we will look at future cast and see just a lack of cloud cover and room for sunshine which means a beautiful day. after the fog goes away and it is patchy, we could get record warmth with high of 85, mid 80's tomorrow, two, ten's and a seven on thursday with a chance of showers in the morning on thursday. still a nice recovery with sunshine in the afternoon and high of 76 degrees. the showers possible again with another cold front on friday, and then that will make things chillier and return of autumn happens over weekend with a high of 60 on saturday and only 58 degrees on sunday. so back to sweater weather by the weekend, bob kelly. >> our air conditioning unit at home don't know what is happening, heat on the weekend, air on, windows opened, closing the windows. 4:16 on a tuesday. here's a live look at the schuykill expressway that scene of the overnight fatal accident that had schuylkill closed overnight. the let's roll video from the news room help we arrived on the scene. again all eastbound lanes
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blocked with a crash that happened just after 11:00 o'clock. up until about 3:15 this morning they had all lanes blocked and involved that tractor trailer, overturn vehicle. if you can come back to my traffic camera everything is ready for a morning rush hour, in problems at all coming in or out of the schuylkill. they do not have the vine street expressway at the moment, that is good news. we have a vice continue, and bill clinton with a campaign, community college right now, 3:00 o'clock start time this afternoon and heading north on i-95, you'll notice brand new construction, pattern, all four lanes opened and pushed over there at bridge over to cottman and then southbound side of i-95, looking at left over work crew between cottman and bridge. lauren and karen back to you. >> thank you so much. robbed and murdered in a alley behind his own home police are searching for whoever did this to a beloved member of the lawncrest community. we first told but this yesterday on the fox 29
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morning news. police say two men confronted johnny caseda on the 5100 block of f street at 10:30 sunday night. man robbed and shot the 28 year-old several times. he died after telling police killers stole his gun. caseda the leaves behind a wife and young son. armed suspect ambushes two police officers in a star bucks out in california. investigators believe the attack was planned after the suspect 41 year-old adam powell drove and the star bucks several times before the confrontation happens. officials say officers were not injured because powell's weapon jammed as the suspect tried to fire at the officers. >> the officer saw the suspect as he was trying to clear that malfunction and even engaged him with the weapon drawn. powell was wearing body arm or and his assault weapon was affixed with the barrel type magazine. >> powell, was also wanted as a person of interest in the shooting that happened just two hours earlier. his two-year old son was injured in that incident. both shootings are under
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investigation. right now there are some lawmakers considering a bill to protect the identities of officers involved in police involved shooting. the right now philadelphia police department releases names of officers whenever they discharge their firearms in police involved shootings and they a do that pretty quickly within 72 hours of the incident. department all around this country have been trying to become more transparent but then new proposed law a officer's name would be released if he or she was subsequently charged in relation with the use of force or doing so pose nod threat to the officer. we have some new information regard ago this police involved shooting that happened in toms river. authorities say that new jersey police shot and wounded a man who called in false reports the about a gunman on sunday. police say that that same guy used a tv remote to mimic a deadly weapon as he walk toward police. that is when two officers opened fire, critically wounding him. right now that man is still in the hospital, he is expected to survive. ocean county prosecutors are investigating.
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4:19 this morning. today is day two of the civil lawsuit connect to the jerry sandusky child abuse case. trial will determine if penn state should pay for allegedly mistreating a former coach who was a key witness in sandusky's criminal trial. mike mcqueary is seeking four million-dollar in lost wages n2001 mcqueary says he walk in on sandusky molesting a boy in the team shower. yesterday a former lawyer testified that he told a top official at the school to call the department of welfare about the incident but he does not know if that call was ever made. meanwhile, defense attorneys said public opinion of mcqueary turn on him because he failed to stop the alleged rape. lawyers for mcqueary says the coach was defamed by the school and that his contract was not renewed as a form of retaliation. now to the bridge gate trial that will continue later this morning. yesterday one of the defendants took the stand in a very first time, former port authority executive bill baroni told jurors that david wildstein tricked him about the lane closures.
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he also said governor chris christie was not told about the alleged traffic scheme in 2013. baroni's claims contradict wildstein's prior testimony. baroni and bridget kelly ordered the bridge shut down for political retaliation. 4:21. political news, just 21 days away from the the election and one of our local races is being watched all across the entire country because it could tip the balance of power in washington. republican incumbent pat toomey and democrat katie mcginty, excuse me, butted heads last evening at a debate in pittsburgh this was their first debate. most polls show them in a virtual tie, among the hotly contested issues, toomey's refusal to clarify where he stand on donald trump. >> yes or no are you voting for or urging others to vote for donald trump. >> i have not reached a point where i want endorse donald trump because i have concerns about his candidacy, things i have publicly mentioned. i do acknowledge that my gosh,
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he would sign some legislation that would be constructive. so i feel like i'm in the same position as a awful lot of pennsylvanians. >> senator is only person in the the united states who has not leveled with his constituents on the simple question are you voting for donald trump. >> toomey says he will probably tell his constituents about his voting choice before the election, and these two will be facing off once again in philadelphia on october 24th. 4:22. eagles have a lot to fix this week especially on the right side of the line. >> big v, i didn't have to learn his name, it was so terrible the way he was performing. we will have all that and more coming up in sports. yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it. [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices.
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>> my focus, it is to get v ready to go and then he will be a lot better this week. we have a full game under his belt, and that is valuable experience that he can learn from going in to this week. ben roethlisberger will be out indefinitely. he got hurt in the first half, whether or not, he will be back this season is questionable. that is sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. coming up at 4:30 deadline for voter registration in new jersey quickly approaching what you need to know. another violent night in kensington police are investigating the third murder in 24 hours, steve keeley, steve? well, we're back where we were yesterday here at philadelphia police headquarters and our crime report this morning, sound like a bob kelly traffic report, we have got lots of streets, lots of shooting and sadly lots of murders. four, in five hours. where things come from?
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4:29. police are investigating, the third murder. >> someone is setting cars on fire and whoever is doing it, is still out there, how they are starting, the fire.
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and then this... >> my husband, he is raw, he is real, he tells it as it is. >> he doesn't want to. >> melania is not surprised about sexual assault allegations against her husband. wasn't it amazing yesterday, if you like warm weather, you will love, today. >> lets look at the airport. we are getting ready for record breaking heat, when we can finally expect tall weather to return. good day everybody on this terrific tuesday, it is october 17th, 2016. >> dave kinchen just moving to breaking news in collindale police are investigating a possible drug lab there. we will get more information on that as soon as we can. lets get some information on the weather, people are trying to figure out how to dress and basically it is almost summer wear again. >> no jacket required, we do have some fog this morning and what happened yesterday at this time yesterday we didn't have much, and then it just
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got socked in at the airport, and so many other places. keep that in mind. three-quarters of a mile visibility in lancaster, reduced visibility in trenton, as we check down south millville is foggy as well. little bit of haze here as we see on the street lamps in olde city, the airport is unbelievable 63 degrees, unbelievable for october 17th. 5-mile an hour breeze out of the south, southwest and we will keep an eye on that fog at the airport. temperatures in the 50's to the north of us, 60's to the south of us, in wildwood, dover, wilmington and atlantic city, 60 in wrightstown as well. nothing on radar. lets get right to it. eventually plenty of sunshine, and high temperature of around 85 degrees. the as we make it to 85 we will tie the record for this date. that is your planner today. we will tell you when things turn chilly in the seven day forecast, bob kelly. >> good morning, everybody.
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4:32. on this tuesday morning. it it was a crazy night last night with the shut down of the schuylkill expressway, another tractor trailer accident, this one turned fatal. look at that vehicle upside down. schuylkill is closed from 11:00 o'clock last night to 3:15 this morning all eastbound lanes were blocked at montgomery drive as crews investigated about cleaned up the accident scene. all traffic is opened and we are ready to go for a morning rush hour on this tuesday. lets go outside to a live look at i-95 where crews are still working southbound between cottman avenue and bridge street, again, watch for a new pattern in that work zone, suebias talking about a little bit of fog. found one for you. this is a live look at new jersey turnpike right here near delaware memorial bridge. it is patchy, not as thick as we had yesterday but then again yesterday started out as same as this morning crystal clear coming into downtown up
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up and over ben franklin bridge n problems on the schuylkill, blue route, accident at montgomery drive last night. everything is open. they did not work last night on the vine expressway. so that is good news. that will shave about five or ten minutes off your trip easy getting out of the gate right now. in problems at all over the bridges. former president bill clinton coming to town for a campaign event in montgomery county community college the spot. event time at 3:00 o'clock. just watch for delays in and out of the college throughout the mid afternoon. karen and lauren back over to you. lets go to that breaking news in kensington. >> man was shot and killed walking down the street right before friends. steve keeley has the latest on this breaking news. too many murders in the same area steve. >> reporter: that is what our viewers watching us every day are thinking because here we are for second day in the row standing at the same spot here at back door of the police headquarters where we talk to homicide detectives. sadly when we have to talk to them on consecutive days. we were here for that shooting of the 28 year-old man who had
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a gun with him but still got killed and had his gun stolen but barely an hour after his killing the shooting and killing, continued here in philadelphia and lasted until midnight last night, again, the latest right here on east allegheny avenue one of the biggest streets in philadelphia, heavily populated with people, and cameras, including this young man's girlfriend. there are witnesses, there is surveillance video but not a single arrest yet in this case or any of them. inspector scott small says four groups have of killers are still out there, still armed with all of those murder weapons. >> based on witness accounts this 30 year-old victim was involved in the prior physical altercation with other males in the immediate area and we believe that is the motive for this shooting, what makes this case even more tragic is this 30 year-old victim today was his 30th birth day. >> reporter: so killed on his
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30th birthday and likely celebrating out with his girlfriend but got in the fight on his 30th birthday earlier police believe because they have been able to talk to the girlfriend and figure somebody wanted him not to see his 31st birthday. now we are looking at rosehill street the where a young man won't see his 20th birthday. nineteen year-old found shot and killed right there on the street, shot several times and like previous murder this young man also shot in the head, that started right at midnight. soon after that they had a second murder of the day here on east tuskalum street and this another man not yesterday 30 year-old. sadly these homicide detectives overworked probably working 48 straight hours again like they often to and they are going from scene to scene and these scenes are not the far from each other either. so, a bad time in that bad section of the city. >> steve, thanks. right now fire officials are investigating a car fire, there was a vehicle discovered
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around 54th and media in west philadelphia they say this was a couple hours ago car burned out right there, this time investigators are not ruling out the fire as suspicious. melania trump is responding after several women accused her husband of sexual assault. >> she spoke to fox's ainsley earhardt and says she's not surprised by allegations. >> everything was organized, it is three weeks before the election. all these women coming out. there are allegations that they are not true. why three weeks before the election? they are accusing my husband that is not the person that i know. >> the final presidential debate will happen tomorrow night 9:00 o'clock right here on fox 29. shore fall out from those
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tapes nbc news has officially fired billy bush, he was caught on tape having a vulgar conversation about women with donald trump. conversation was taped 11 years ago when trump was not a candidate for president but just recently put out there. donald trump denies allegations of sexual assault by accusers. in an interview with "fox news" he said it would be very easy to apologize but cannot apologize for an event that never took place. trump said women either support hillary clinton or looking to get famous. another twist in the clinton e-mail scandal according to newly released record from the the fbi investigation a state department official tried to convince fbi that an e-mail should be declassified in exchange forgetting more fbi agents overseas in iraq. fbi and state department deny any deal was offered. hillary clinton has been tapping high profile democrats to hit the campaign trail for her so why not her husband to day president bill clinton will speak at montgomery
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county community college in blue bell that event starts at 3:00 this have afternoon. today is last day to register to vote in new jersey, we only have a couple hours, so if you are not the registered just yet just go to the new jersey department have of state's web site offices there will be opened late because they want to have your voice heard. commissioner of administration and superintendent of the election offices will be opened late this evening for registration. also on the ballot this year questions on casino expansion and requiring that new gas tax revenue honey go to only transportation. all that on our web site at fox 4:38 this morning. >> we were talking about this some have been weighing in, thank you for doing that. what would you do if you saw someone on the side of the road. this just happened in our area. an act of unbelievable bravery from a whole group of good smart tans, their actions they saved a woman's life
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unbelievable act of of bravery in new jersey woman is alive after her car overturned and pinned her underneath it. helpless would hand was running out of time under a smoking car but she now has heroes to thank. >> it could have been a entirely different outcome goes, good samaritan rushed over to the scene. shawnette wilson has the amazing story. >> i saw a car with the wheels up in the air. >> car was smoking. horn was blaring.
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>> i was complete panicked, but i have to get her out. i didn't even worry about my own safety. >> reporter: maria and harry gallagher got the news that the woman they helped save is expect to recover. this dash cam video shows chaotic street on waymouth road in hamilton township around 1:30 sunday afternoon as gallagher's drove up to, they were first on the scene. the police say woman lost control, her car hit a tree she was ejected and car landed over her. >> i could see her face, her legs were kind of like in a strange position and her arms were out and she kept trying to lift her head up, and moved but she was like moaning and i'm like it is okay. >> another lady pulled up, and little bit and then we three lifted the car. >> reporter: in all eight good samaritans lifted the car and freedwoman as emergency crew as arrived. >> happened by chance we were down that road or by god.
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high temperature like that around here in october, what is today, 18th, 17th? >> thank you. >> 58 degrees in mount pocono. sixty-three in wildwood. we are just getting started. we were in the 80's, 70's in the region. eighty-two not a record though. yesterday's record was 89, that would have been tough to break but look at today's record 85, been standing, since 1908, over a hundred years. maybe it is time we tied it. wednesday's record is 80 degrees, that looks like it hey be broken and thursday record is 80 degrees and we may get in the upper 70's by then and a chance of reaching 8o nothing on radar as we look the at the future cast we will see hardly a cloud in the skies unlike yesterday. we will have plenty of sunshine even though days are getting shorter we will have time to make it into the mid 80's. as we just go through the rest of the future cast, we're seeing that, yeah, hardly a cloud, maybe some rain up to the north and west, anyway
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66 degrees is our average high, we have been ascending well above average with yesterday's hide of 82. today 85. tomorrow 85. then we will get some rain with the first of two cold front on thursday, we will probably have that rain in the morning. friday a little later in the day and that is one that will turn things around for the weekend and bring back that autumn chill, just in time for weekend which should be dry. if you didn't go pumpkin picking last weekend bob kelly, another chance, this one. >> i did go pumpkin picking were 4 million other people on linvilla on saturday. 4:47. live look, looking good, in problems at all, visibility wise, everything is opened, schuylkill is opened. we had that overnight accident that had schuylkill closed from about 11:00 last night until about 3:15 this morning. everything is opened, we are good to go for morning rush hour. here comes the fog, live look, popping up cameras here route 40 and route 47, one of the
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back road to the shore. be ready for the gang in millville and south jersey coming in on the 42 freeway, little fog in the background near the atlantic city expressway. they did in the work last night at the vine expressway. so that is good news. an accident involving a deer. we have talk about this yesterday. be careful. they are out there every where jumping across the roadway. sometimes just standing right there staring at you as you drive on past them. route 309 at norristown road just watch for a crash there. that is a spot where deer are jumping around. philly international in problems this morning. we had that ground stop in effect for most of the the day yesterday because of the fog, so if you are stuck in town and here for another day you are good to go later on. we have a campaign event bill clinton coming to town, watch for motorcade hadness around montgomery county community college and the event start times, his speech starts at
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3:00 i will say from noonan along with mr. clinton comes with the secret service, the police and whole 9 yards. be ready for that rolling in and ought of the montgomery county community college. karen and lauren back over to you. local g.o.p. officials reopened a makeshift office in north carolina after being vandalized and burn over the weekend. federal agents are now involved in the investigation of the firebombing of the republican party office in hillsboro. molotov cocktail was tossed through window of the headquarters. someone also spray painted an anti g.o.p. slogan referring to nazi republicans on a wall. >> we have had officers here for years and years and years. i don't think this has anything to do with democrats and republicans. >> there is no justification for the use of violence to advance a political agenda. >> democrats started an on line campaign to reopen the
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g.o.p., office and they brought in $10,000 in less than 40 minutes. president of the international association of chief of police is issuing an apology to the whole nation's minority population. this organization represents 18,000 law enforcement officers. in a speech, terence cunningham says historical mistreatment by police has fueled racial conflict and mistrust of law enforcement. this comes have after a year peppered with violence between citizens and police. entertainment news right now, they have released issue and picked great names to grace seven different covers the issue of with michelle obama at cover. this is the october 23rd special addition of the new york times style magazine. the black and white cover shows first lady in a spaghetti strap tank top and some stunning earrings. t magazine decided to use this issue to celebrate people who redefined our culture.
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or cover stars include lady gaga and a popular photographer. inside the magazine love letters which speak to her historic run as first lady. you can get your hand on the copy this weekend when it hits newsstands. it is so funny because she's known for her stunning style and she's always just so elegant and classy when you see her in pictures and no matter what you think about politics. >> she looks a hazing, she looks fresh faced, she looks clean, strong, and i love it. it is beautiful. she looks like she's 20 years or 30 years younger. >> ageless. >> picture is just so simple, hair down spaghetti straps, earrings. >> styling hot. >> yes, looks good. >> love is in the the air for 106.5chio in the morning. he is remarrying his ex-wife live on good day tomorrow. guess who is officiating, karen. >> the wheels will come off. mike jerrick officiating the
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ceremony, it is all happening in the stunning lays, philadelphia waterworks, straight over by art museum we will have the wedding live on good day tomorrow beginning at 9:00 a.m. people in one local neighborhood are nerve us about a large cat sighting, this is to harmless stray, where you should be on high alert.
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what we're highlighting is a large feline creature?
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was it the a house cat, mountain lion wandering around winslow township. look at the footprints. interesting. so people, are wandering what is it. so many people see still photos and it looks huge. what do you think that one is. owner of the hammington vineyard says he is convinced it is a hundred tane lions and one of the trail cameras that captured another shot of the big cat just the day before. wild life officials doubt it was a cougar but some people think otherwise. >> no average house cat. >> no, it was between 50 and 60-pound. >> i didn't know if it was a bobcat, mountain lion. i didn't know. it was in and out of the wood. it was getting dark. i knew it wasn't a dog. >> it is not a dog. >> officials are still trying to figure out what it may be but at this point seriously they think, this is what they are saying, it is only a big
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house cat. all right. 4:55. you see news, you shoot it, fresco users are helping us show what is happening in the neighborhood and they are making money. >> so our fresco user saw this taxi in university city that got stuck at penn presbyterian medical center park. this happened yesterday. driver drove right through the park, you can see a crowd of people sort of gathered at the scene. they called police. now you they are investigating. this one comes from kevin man len this vineland, new jersey for special ground breaking. official from his that city and local organizations dug their shovels in the ground for future home home of the landis square senior apartments this will have 71 affordable luxury living units. officials say it will have positive impact on the greater cumberland county community. when you see news happening, take out your phone and shoot it. if you use that fresco app you can get paid for help you send tonight our news room 50 bucks. >> 4:56. another violent night in kensington police are investigating a third murder
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>> reporter: we're here in the 1200 block of macdade boulevard in collindale and i'm join by collindale police chief bob adams. we have got the house behind us. we will show it as we talk here but just tell me what you have and what you are looking at. >> at 1:22 and officer from another town at cvs, purchasing an anniversary card for his wife and clerk got his attention saying there was a male acting suspiciously in the store in the section he sells cosmetics. male realized she was talking to the officer male, fled out of the store store wearing a white t-shirt. one of our officers was in the area, observed male fleeing the rear of this property across the street and went in the back of the house. officer went in, and asked what was in the house where the guy was? the guy was in the house. while the officer was standing there talking, backup officers arrived, and he started to see things around the house that were alarming to him. once he saw them from his experience they removed the actor, the


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