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butter to break out of prison. nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 11:00, lucky to be alive, this teenage girl survived after a stray bullet hit her in the chest. and tonight she's talking only to nbc 10. good evening, i'm jacquelyn london. the bullet that hit this 17-year-old girl came from a shooter who is still on the loose tonight. denise nakano shows us how the victim ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> i still can't believe it. >> reporter: struck by a stray bullet and sitting down only with nbc 10 to talk about it, the 17 year old from northeast philadelphia who does not want her face shown came within inches of losing her life. >> i was watching tv, and i was getting up to go to the bathroom when i heard gunshots, and they hit me. >> reporter: the bullet went in and out of center of her chest, just missing vital organs. she was released from the hospital to rest at home only
hours after the shooting on b street. she was in her boyfriend's house in her old neighborhood when the block came under fire. her father says he's grateful he didn't lose his only daughter to a stray bullet last night, calling it a miracle. >> i think god protect her from the shot. >> reporter: police say a half-dozen rounds were fired on b street following an argument. one bullet hit the 17-year-old. another went flying into this woman's home and flew over her 4-year-old daughter's head as she was sleeping. >> we looked for where the shot go and looked the window broke. the wall. >> reporter: still groggy and wearing her hospital band, the victim started to tear up, realizing how close she came to death. >> it's crazy. >> reporter: her family says they left the neighborhood to escape violence but somehow it still found their daughter by way of someone else's disregard for life. >> we need to stop people
getting hurt. >> reporter: and the family is still in disblecht police are looking for at least two shooters as they review surveillance video taken from a corner store. denise nakano, nbc 10 news. also tonight, another one bites the dust. for the third time in ten days, a member of the white house senior staff is out of a job. today's ousting of communications director anthony scaramucci has critics wondering if this white house is in chaos. nbc 10's keith jones is join us from the breaking news center, the president says otherwise. >> jacquelyn, there is no chaos. that's what the president said. critics disagree wholeheartedly. meanwhile, a local political force is hopeful. anthony scaramucci, ten days ago was brash and bold. today he's embroiled. with the new administration, mr.
kelly wasted no time being sworn in at a pivotal moment. >> this is the most chaotic six months i've ever seen, an absolute flat-out disaster. >> reporter: a democrat says it's a smart first step with a busy white house agenda. there's health care reform, failing three times to repeal obamacare last week. tax reform on the horizon. and two huge foreign policy crises, with russia and north korea. >> we'll handle north korea. we'll be able to handle them. they'll be, it will be handled. >> i mean, they haven't had a real crisis yet. they haven't had a decision like jfk had to make with the cuban missile crisis, if something like that comes up in a chaotic white house that we've seen, no hope is there, we're going to be creami really scared. >> reporter: but some find hope in the new development.
>> we're continuing to focus on the president's agenda. we're going to have staff changes. what matters to us are not the jobs that are within this building but the ones outside of there. that's why the president's been so focussed on growing jobs. >> all white house staff will report to general kelly. for the west wing, it's a new era with a new manager, but under the same boss. keith jones, nbc 10 news. the mayor of margate plans to hold a meeting to stop something that is a danger to residents and visitors. the rains on the dunes caused this, giant ponds the floodwater. despite the drowning danger, nobody knows what's in the water. >> mosquitos. i don't want little children in there. there's certainly enough water in there that it could be fatal to somebody. this has to be dealt with. >> are margate is testing the
pond for bacteria. the army corps of engineers plans to fill some of it with sand. president trump's drug commission is calling on him to declare a national emergency to deal with the country's opioid epidemic, the group is led by new jersey governor chris christie. it krus recommendations to address insurance regulations and assist law enforcement. they want to increase use of medications approved for treating opioid additiction in prison. the white house says they'll review this immediately. this comes as we see more examples of the opioid epidemic here at home. they thought a car had crashed. instead, two people were inside apparently overdosing. one was arrested, the other taken to the hospital. and in philadelphia, a notorious spot for heroin use is getting clean the up.
this is what's called "the tracks" in kensington. conrail has agreed to clean up the entire area with help from neighbors. they say it could take a month. nbc 10 has learned new information that could lead to hundreds of arrests. federal authorities are conducting parallel investigations into prescription drug insurance fraud. nbc 10 obtained a grand jury subpoena issued to the cities of margate, vet nur and atlantic city. it has led speculation to run rampant. >> the uncertainty of what is going to happen or what co-worker is going to be affected causes some morale issues. >> no arrests or indictments have been made. a mother is facing charges for allegedly leaving her infant daughter in a hotel room full of drugs. police say erica lopez left her daughter at the knight's inn
saturday night but workers did not find the baby until yesterday morning. the little girl was taken to the hospital. she'll be okay and is now with the department of human services. tonight, bringing together police officers and neighbors to help improve communities all around philadelphia. tomorrow is national night out. but the party's already getting started here in south philly. officers took part in the festivities, including face painting for the little ones. also tonight, back but with a message of peace. community leaders tipped off the annual peace week celebration with a ball for peace basketball game. this was at the universal charter school in south philly. officials wanted to use the game to send an anti-violence message. two neighborhoods could not escape the violence this weekend. tonight the search intensifies for one gunman who is causing so much fear. plus, a prison break pulled off with peanut butter?
right now at 11:00, new photos and a new reward. tonight two frightened communities hope they will lead to this man's arrest. police say the man in those surveillance photos killed someone saturday night. minutes earlier, he fired shots into a neighborhood. nbc 10's brandon hudson is covering the story tonight. >> reporter: these police are working through the night to make an arrest. the longer the shooter's on the streets the more it puts homeowners on edge. in overbrook park, there's something catching the eye of homeowners. the flyer from police shows two important things. the man officers say killed john lee, and a $5,000 reward for his
arrest. >> the this is the first time you've seen this flyer >> yes, it is. >> reporter: they say the man fired shots hours before lee's murder. the gunshots were a few feet from christine jones' house. >> people called me at work and told me, because they knew that i lived in the neighborhood, and they were calling to make sure i was okay. >> reporter: she wasn't home saturday. but lester outerbridge was. >> i was in my bedroom and heard gunshots. >> reporter: after the shooting, outerbridge called police. >> i did see a guy jump in a car, i didn't see his face, but i saw him jump in a car and take off. >> reporter: the shooter left before police arrived. hours later, he shot john lee as he walked to a friend's apartment. >> minding his own business? i don't get it. >> you could walk out of your house and never come back home. >> reporter: back in overland park, the flier keeps neighbors vigilant. >> they're going to get him.
they're going to get him. >> reporter: we did some research on found out the street where the shooting happened has only had two other violent crimes in the last six months. live in haverford township. the inmates in alabama used peanut butter to break out of prison. they broke out sunday night by covering the number on a cell door with peanut butter. the sheriffs say they tricked a new guard to open an exit door. the inmates used blankets to help scale a razor wire fence to freedom. the sheriff describes how it went down. >> they pointed and said open up, i need to get in. he thought he was opening up the cell door to go into this man's cell, but in fact he opened up the cell door. think covered
>> brady kilpatrick remains on the run tonight. tonight hbo is the latest victim of a cyber attack that's reportedly given hackers access to unreleased episodes and scripts. the network won't say exactly how much was stolen, but a report from endtainment weekly says shows like "game of thrones," ballers and room 104 were part of the ak. the hackers took more than a terabyte of information. that's enough to hold more than 750 hours worth of movies and shows. tonight, an army medic from michigan became the latest recipient of the nation's highest military honor. president trump awarded james mclouen the medal of honor for heroism during the vietnam war. he was a private first class back in 1969. he was involved in a days-long firefight and volunteered to rush into the line of fire to rescue injured soldiers even when he was hurt. >> i had blood all over me, and
i said no, i'm not getting on. and he said why not? and i looked at him, and i'll quote this. i said to him, you're going to need me. >> jim mcloufen is credited with saving lives. in pennsylvania you will have to pay more for wine and liquor. they have until today to cut prices they charge the agency that runs state liquor stores, and if suppliers don't do it, the control board will raise the prices you pay by the end of august. the board says the price bump would cost you about $1 more per bottle. a special night of music and dancing in fairmont park. ♪ the black pearl chamber orchestra took the stage. they performed works that focussed on dance from around the world.
our own harry hairston was on hand to help emcee tonight's event. the audience enjoyed great music and some really great weather. but now summer heat and storms are in the forecast. here's glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> we're not going to get into extreme or dangerous levels. it was a great day for baseball at citizens bank park. it's still in the 80s in philadelphia and 70s in most of the rest of the area, even 60s out there. but that urban heat island. that is roaring tonight. 83 at the airport. and society hill. 82 in port richmond. that's pretty warm for this time of night. even in late july. 12 degrees warmer than it was this time last night. 9 degrees warmer in allentown, 8 in dover. so that looks like it's going to set us up for a hotter day tomorrow. we only got into the upper 80s
today. not going to take much to get to 906789 90. the humid was low, it's going to go to the steamy level on wednesday, but not to the oppressive level or dangerous level. we have dry conditions across the eriarea now. closest showers in the midwest and around the western links. and as we go through the next couple of days, the chance of any kind of showers is real low tomorrow afternoon. it's not zero, but then it starts going up a little higher as the humidity increases. so wednesday we have a little better chance of some of those pop-up showers coming. most of it's not getting rained on. but the computer model's showing at least the potential for isolated to stronger storms. there we are wednesday evening with some showers and thunderstorms around. that diminishes at night. and then the next day on thursday, we get some more popping up with the heat and
humidity of the day. it's not going to be as wet as last week. but we can't promise you dry weather through the week. tomorrow is mostly sunny, the humidity up a little, not too much. and then, as we go through the rest of the week, we're talking about temperatures into the low 90s perhaps, but at the jersey shore, it looks like it's going to stay comfortable. and it may very well stay dry for the rest of the week. coming up next, when the olympics will return to the united states and where. plus, a perfect match. everyone said larry david was born to play bernie sanders on snl. now scientists have discovered an even deeper connection between them ♪ ♪
. i own one pair of underwear, that's it. some of these billionaires, they've got three, four pairs. >> larry david, famously impersonated bernie sanders last year on "saturday night live." now it appears there's a scientific reason his impression was so spot on, the comedian and senator are related! david learned about it on "finding your roots." the two share identical dna of three chromosomes, how about that. the olympics are headed back to the u.s. los angeles reach add deal to hold the 2028 summer games, and l.a.'s mayor is also promising the best party they've ever seen. the 2018 winter games are 190 days away. it begins in february right here on nbc 10. they'll be here before you know
it, john clark. >> yeah, right after the super bowl, right? >> yes, maybe the eagles will be in the super bowl this year. >> you said it. coming up, we're going with jalen mills to see how he gets his hair dyed green every week and why he does it. phillies a phillies are streakin', bombs away. from the time i was pregnant with him,
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you know this one's gone, three-run shot. yeah. upper deck. he has the most extra base lites in baseball over the last week. the raging bull. pronto doing some flexing of his own. how about 424 feet. and that is in the upper deck. it was a nail-biter today. phillies hold on 7-6. don't worry, they sweep the braves, and the manager sees almost all the veterans traded. he likes the kids. >> i like those, the energy of the youth. it's fun to watch these guys. and i think there's some competition there, you know, the competition comes from results that certain players get, and that's what we're seeing right now. so hopefully it will continue until the end of the season. >> yeah, hopefully. sixers number one pick overall,
markelle fultz throwing out the first pitch and i made another pitch that the sixers will definitely be a playoff team this season. >> my confidence is high. it's nowhere near cockiness. it's just me having confidence, i believe in the team, and i believe what the coaching staff can do. i think everybody on the team believes we can go to the playoffs and make it. >> in chicago, look out, a collision with garcia, the knee right into his head. but it is johan who is stretchered off. they are both okay. eagles back to work at training camp tomorrow morning. no days off for jalin mills with his hair. he goes every week for a haircut, has his hair colored green. his teammates are calling him the green goblin. he hears all of the criticism, people criticizing the birds' quarterbacks. >> i don't need motivation from comments of what other people
say. i'm self-motivated by myself, you know what i mean. knowing the guys, i'm going to have to go in and play week in and week out. if i'm not motivated by that and i need somebody to motivate me, i'm here for the wrong reason. >> and yes, i was talked into it. i went green for jalin and his barber, toot. he wants jenkins to do it, i'm sn not sure that's going to work. we'll hook you up with toot if you want to go green. >> that was a write green, too, john. and your reaction in the mirror when you first saw it, i loved it. you seemed a little surprised. >> i was very surprised. and jaclyn, shampoo got it right out, or else i wouldn't be workin' tonight. >> i don't know. i think you should have kept it for the entire eagles' season. it could have been good luck for them. >> if they win a super bowl, i have to go green?
stay green? >> green is becoming on you. >> if they win, we'll do. >> yeah, we'll do it. we'll be right back. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier.
philadelphia's franklin square turned 11 years old today. it included free birthday cake and a carousel ride. we learn about a culture camp, free movies and a labor day celebration. and that lack of humidity makes such a difference. we'll enjoy that tomorrow, too. >> wasn't it nice yesterday? >> gorgeous. >> and today.
>> yeah. >> spectacular. okay. tomorrow, the humidity's up a bit. but take a look at the shore as opposed to the city over the next few days. like wednesday, 90 with a chance of thunderstorms in philly, but 79 at the shore. the wind coming off the ocean makes it nice and comfortable. but even the shore may be getting showers and storms by the end of the week. most of the week looks relatively dry at the shore. and even in the other parts of the area, it's just a chance of an afternoon shower, not like this deluge, like many of us got friday night. >> that's true. all right. thanks for watching, we'll see you back here tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- idris elba. ali wentworth. musical gues