reporting live from rittenhouse square, i'm steve patterson, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> all right, steve, thank you very much. >>> we're also following breaking news right now out of the city's tacony section. that's where police are now looking for the person who tried to abduct a teenager outside of a wawa. it happened in the 6400 block of torresdale avenue at about 1 o'clock. police say a man in his 30's approached a 15-year-old boy when the teen punched the man in his face, the suspect then fled. the teen was unharmed. >>> also summer brings a violent night to the city of philadelphia. two people are killed overnight including a teenager. the seven shootings were scattered all throughout the city. police say at six different locations. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhury has the details. >> reporter: shots fired across the city overnight leaving at least two dead including a teenager. the first fatal shooting happened a little after 11:00 saturday night. police went to eighth street and berks avenue to disperse a large crowd. a 16 year old boy was slot in the back of the head.
our steve patterson sat down and spoke with them about this very memorable trip. they are a rare breed. >> it was just something we all did it and we all came home and we were all quiet. >> reporter: of the 16 million americans who fought in world war ii, a little over a million are left. bill and irv even more rare. not only did both fight in the war they both survived the d-day invasion which means they helped liberate france, buried friends nearly died and have as many stories in their heads as they have medals on that chests. they both got back from france where they were two of 200 honored in front of 15,000 and several heads of state. despite all that when you ask bill and irv about the war and returning to france nearly 70 years after the occupation and invasion, it's not the people they latch onto, not events but objects. >> and it was dead silence listening to those bells ring. just -- i'll never forget that. >> reporter: for knottily it's bells. awarded a bronze star and purple heart went bab to the town of saints low a place once wiped off the map by na
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