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the driver who ran from the scene. good evening. i'm denise nakano. the driver remains on the run tonight but the passenger in that car is in the hospital. so is the officer who had to be free from his cruiser. nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal was first on the scene at the hospital where that officer is being treated. now spoke exclusively with the teenager who pulled the officer from the car. >> reporter: he's a good kid. he ran directly into those flames helping this officer escape with nonlife-threatening injuries. he's here recovering at the hospital. meanwhile, the other driver in this case, in this alleged hit-and-run ran the other direction fleeing the scene. the charred remains of a philadelphia police cruiser sits in the middle of this interception, the badashboard a front seat burned to a crisp. or the squad car burst into flames after an accident with a pick-up truck.
witnesses heard the crash, felt the fireball and watched as the driver of that truck bolted from the scene. police call it a hit-and-run leaving his injured passenger behind. >> somebody was running down the opposite way. the car almost -- i was worried about getting him away. >> reporter: inside that police car, officer mark kimsey was trapped, the flames growing. >> i saw it was a cop careneand started sprinting. >> reporter: they rushed over and pulled the injured officer from the burning car. chambers says he doesn't regret what he did. >> the door wouldn't open. the car caught fire and me and another guy ran -- we were already there. he said he couldn't feel his legs. so we said, we're going to have to drag you through the window. and he was ready for it. >> reporter: police say the teen may have saved the officer's life. he ran directly into the flames
while cops are looking for that hit-and-run driver last seen running the other way. a passenger inside that pick-up truck was also injured, also taken here to the hospital. expect detectives to interview him to ask why his friend decided to flee the scene. that good masamaritan teenager just wrapped up a meeting with that officer. he tells me the officer is in good spirits. touurning to our weather, t weekend got off to a chilly start. here's a live look. you see the flags are blowing. temperatures today were about 10 degrees below average. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist brittney shipp is tracking the changes. can we expect warmer temperatures tomorrow? >> tomorrow, 56 degrees. take a look at what happens monday. 60 degrees. so above average at the start of the workweek. but tomorrow, chilly.
wake-up temperature, overnight, we'll drop down into the low 40s. 6:00 a.m., 46 degrees in philadelphia. 30 for allenton. 46 in toms river. and tomorrow's high a bit warmer than what we saw today. 55 degrees for philadelphia. mid-50s along the shore. 52 in reading. more details all coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast. computers and cash, that's what police say a trio of thieves swiped from a philadelphia charter school. christine maddela is live at the charter school. and they did more than just steal from the school. >> reporter: i talked to school security tonight. they said the group also vandalized the school building and left thousands of dollars worth of damage in there. our camera went inside today to see that damage left behind. >> this is a big blow to the school. >> reporter: take a look at the damage left behind. rooms ransacked, this door
broken. >> we had four classrooms that were vandalized. our kitchen area had been vandalized and also four computers have been stolen. >> reporter: thomas darden, the school's chief operations officer, says these three young men are the ones who stole the computers and cash. you can see these from the surveillance photos inside the school. >> the computers that were taken i'd value at about 7,5$7,500. each of our classrooms has about two computers. four of our classrooms are going to be impacted on monday morning. we're going to work to try to minimize the impact to those classrooms. >> reporter: they're working on beefing up security over the weekend before kids head back to class monday morning. >> we're taking steps to make sure sure next week children are safe and staff feel secure in the building. >> reporter: school leaders say they don't recognize the young men in the surveillance video. i talked to police today. they said they are investigating but they have not arrested anyone. reporting live, christine maddela, nbc 10 news. fire destroyed a burlington
county business early this morning and shut down a major roadway for hours. nbc 10 on the scene at route 73 and stiles avenue in maple shade. the property housed south jersey mowers. the fire started around 4:00 this morning. flames and smoke could be seen for miles. >> walked outside to get my paper, looked down the street, saw all the flashing lights and walked down here and saw that the building was completely engulfed in flames. >> the showroom was destroyed and the residents in the back suffered smoke inhalation. a temple university student tells nbc 10 he is happy to be alive after getting shot during an attempted robbery outside a house party. it happened just before 1:00 this morning on the 1500 block of north 17th street. temple officials tell us when
the gunman who appeared to be in his early 20s wasn't allowed inside the party, he tried to rob the 19-year-old victim. when the victim charged forward, the gunman fired a shot. this happened inside temple's newly expanded patrol area. since september, bike patrol officers have been covering this section of north philadelphia between north 9th street, north 18th street, west jefferson street and west susquehanna avenue. president obama says it's hard to be more qualified for the job of attorney general than his nominee, loretta lynch. lynch heads the u.s. attorney's office for the eastern district of new york, one of the most high profile in the country. republicans have promised tough scrutiny of obama's pick after years of battles with outgoing attorney general eric holder. >> i pledge today to you and the american people, if i have the honor of being confirmed by the senate, i will wake up every morning with the protection of
the american people as my first thought. and i will work every day to safeguard our citizens, our liberties, our rights and this great nation. >> if approved, the 55-year-old would be the first black woman to serve as attorney general. finally free, two americans being held in north korea are on their way back to the u.s. the latest on the mission to bring the men home. and under review, the ncaa is ordered to hand over hundreds of e-mails. how it's all connected to the child sex scandal that rocked penn state. i'm john clark. we'll show you penn state's highlights today. but why was the coach a little sarcastic after the win? the flyers lose another defenseman tonight. but why is colorado's coach, patrick roy, so angry about it? that's in ten minutes.
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the last two americans held prisoner in north korea are expected to return to the u.s. late tonight. officials say matthew miller and kenneth bae are flying to joint base lewis mccord in washington state with the director of national intelligence, james clapper. not much information has been released. but we do know that clapper held talks with north korea to secure the americans' freedom. bae had been serving a 15-year hard labor sentence and his health was failing while miller was serving a six-year sentence. a federal judge has ordered the ncaa to turn over nearly 500 internal e-mails relating to the sanctions imposed on penn state over the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. the judge said she will review the e-mails to determine whether they can be properly withheld under attorney/client privilege or other grounds. the documents were ordered sealed and delivered to the court by noon november 14th
along with a list of the names and job titles of every individual sending, receiving or being copied on them. the unprecedented sanctions imposed by the ncaa penalties have been a target of criticism. a man is killed in a bar in an area not known for its crime. still ahead, what police have uncovered so far about a murder in lancaster. plus, taking flight. thanksgiving is just around the corner. we'll give you a sneak peek at some of the new inflatable faces you'll be seeing at this year's macy's day parade. after a chilly start to the weekend, i'm tracking chilly temperatures. my first alert seven-day forecast is coming up.
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in lancaster county, one man is dead, two others wounded after a man opened fire inside a bar last night. police say it happened after an argument at shank's cafe in lancaster. but none of the victims had any part in this dispute. the man who was killed was just sitting at the bar when he was shot in the back. the suspect, 28-year-old lamar clark, is facing charges that include homicide and aggravated assault. the red power ranger, thomas the tank engine and paddington pair are three of the new balloons set to make their debut in this year's macy's's thanksgiving day parade. and today the flight management team tested it out in citi field in queens. the parade will begin at 9:00 in the morning on thanksgiving day. you can watch it all live right here on nbc 10. thousands of people pounded the pavement today to battle
heart disease. nbc 10 at citizens bank park for the philadelphia heart walk. the annual event brings those together touched by heart disease and stroke. it honors survivors and gives people a chance to pay tribute to loved ones impacted by the diseases. nbc 10 is a proud sponsor of the heart walk and our jacqueline london was the emcee for today's festivities. children in delaware county have a new place to play today. former teacher richard kerney cut the ribbon at the playground. the playground is named for the beloved teacher who is battling cancer. kerney taught at the school for 35 years. the playground was funded by a grassroots campaign by people in the community.
after a cold start to the weekend, as we head into the next couple of days, our temperatures will actually head above average. still going to be a chilly sunday for you. but at least our conditions will stay dry for the eagles game. warmer again heading above average into the mid-60s. i'll show you that in our seven-day forecast. a look outside right now from philadelphia, 45 degrees. humidity at 68%. winds out of the south-southwest at 8 miles per hour. already in the 30s if you're in the poconos. 45 degrees in reading. at 44 right now in wilmington. 42 in dover and 50 degrees in stone harbor. it's going to be a cold night ahead for us. the clouds have moved in from the southwest. as we head into tomorrow, we'll actually see decreasing clouds. so plenty of sunshine expected for us. again, we are going to stay dry. we're also going to see cool air setting in over us for your sunday. but like a look at what happens as we head into monday and tuesday. the return of our mild air. we continue to warm right as we head into not only tomorrow but monday and also tuesday. our average for this time of
year, 59 degrees. as we push into tuesday, temperatures will warm into the mid-60s. because we will continue to warm up heading into monday, if you plan on heading out to the game, we're going to see temperatures in the mid-50s by 8:30. that's your monday night eagles forecast. by the fourth quarter, temperatures at 47 degrees. chilly as you leave the game. for tonight, we'll drop all the way down to 43 degrees for philadelphia. 37 for the suburbs to the north and west, mostly cloudy for us this evening. the clouds will clear up as we head into tomorrow. sunny and cool conditions expected. our high today, only 50 degrees. we'll be warmer than that tomorrow. but still a little bit below average. temperatures will range between 53 and 56 degrees. so there's your warm-up as we head into the next three days. we'll start to see our temperatures pushing into the 60s. if you take a look at what happens for the next couple of days, we have a big-time cooldown between wednesday and thursday with a cold front dropping our temperatures down into the 40s. 47 degrees for our daytime highs. we could see our temperatures
dropping below freezing on thursday night. i'm john clark. an avalanche of injuries for the flyers defense. just when they get coburn back, they found out shane had an injury. luke schenn goes shoulder first into the boards right here. he does not return. nathan mackinnon gets a five-minute major. wow. avalanche coach patrick roy losing it. and the flyers cash in. they make the avalanche pay on the power play. claude giroux, what a shot. second period, flyers still on that same power play. wayne simmonds, the flyers almost let a 4-0 lead slip away. the avs outshoot the flyers 21-6 in the third period. but the flyers hold on, 4-3. they are not happy about what
happened to luke schenn. >> i thought he should have got kicked auto the rest of the game. obviously the refs decided it was just a five-minute. but that's their decision. >> how many times in a quarter you have a forward in front of you -- if you push him, he goes head first in the boards, you just don't do it. things happen fast out there. it's dangerous. he goes head first. he was lucky. he hurt his shoulder. but a hit like that, you have to get thrown out of the game. it's not a question. >> how about eagles kicker cody parkie at the game, kicking it with the boys. they wished him luck on monday night. eagles offensive line is coming together for monday night. jason kelsey is back, mathis returns against the panthers. hopefully some stability. >> there won't be a single snap that the five guys we had last year will play together this year. not something that we like. but it's just some adversity we
stare in the face and have to handle. >> just inexperience. the guys that matt and david, they've played a lot of snaps this year. we have great depth, guys sitting in the wings, we can count on them if we need to down the road. penn state ended their longest losing streak in ten years. even with the offense scoring just one touchdown again, that's just four offensive touchdowns in regulation over their last five games. let's go to indiana. second quarter, christian hakkenburg intercepted by murphy. hakkenburg with two picks. that's five interceptions the last three games. but it all changes here. bill belton saving the day. 92 yards for the touchdown. longest offensive play in penn state history. the nittany lions beat indiana 13-7. one more win and penn state is bowl eligible. james franklin, a little sarcastic today. >> prettiest win i've ever seen.
defense played unbelievable, played really well all game long. i'm excited that we won this week. i'm not looking at the past, not looking at the future. we're going to enjoy this, get back up and get back to work tomorrow. villanova hosting towson. the wildcats win. they are 8-2. penn pulling out the trick plays. quarterback porterson to scott. but the tigers win 22-17. juve heard of nfl teams having inspirational players coming to speak to them the night before the game? justin bieber at the steelers' bible study? silent night not so silent?
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and tonight the event included a chorus by the gay men's local group. and a new mural celebrates the life of dr. sean white. nbc 10 was there for the dedication. white was born and raised in south philadelphia and stayed true to his neighborhood roots. he worked on behalf of those with hiv-aids and raised awareness as an educator and trainer in the african-american community. the mural is called "aspire." that's nbc 10 news now for now. i'm denise nakano. "saturday night live" is next. and for news and weather updates anytime, head to nbc10.com.
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