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is 6:00 a.m., monday, march 14. developing this morning a fast-moving fire tears from one philadelphia home to another. >> the family of a teen who was killed by a stray bullet pleads for her killer to come forward. airline passengers on their way to new jersey mahan unexpected and -- made an unexpected stop over the weekend. let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: the rain is coming down in a steady downpour. storm tracker 6 live double scan
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that's what you have when the steady rain is over you. southern bucks county has that and montgomery county getting hammered. chester county saying goodbye to a big cell and that means hello delaware county. there are pockets of the yellow stuff coming through south jersey, as well. this will be the case for the next hour or two and we'll start to die down to shower activity that last for most of the day. steadier stuff for the next couple of hours. you can see the wide view on satellite we are transitioning to lighter spottier precipitation later on. there's a breeze coming off the ocean, so it's cool and wind. as we roll through the day, 47 by 9:00 a.m. 49 by lunchtime until 1:00 p.m. back into the mid 40s by 6:00 p.m. again, on and off spotty showers all the way, but the steadier
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stuff bothering us for the next couple of hours. that includes most of the morning commute. karen, you have your eyes on the roads and rails. that looks wet out there. >> reporter: looking live on i-95 southbound at the girard point bridge. you can see the flashing lights. we have an accident blocking the right lane. i-95 southbound girard point bridge getting heavy in the area with the accident blocking a lane i-95 southbound. let's switch over to the burlington bristol bridge. i got off the phone with police there's an accident involving a tractor-trailer and another vehicle. they hope to have it cleared, minor injuries and a lot of emergency workers coming to the scene. they are blocking the bridge in both directions of the burlington bristol bridge. head to the tacony-palmyra bridge instead. we have an accident here, state police are looking into the situation, several vehicles are involved and it may have started from debris on the roadway.
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northeast extension southbound past quakertown. there are good speeds in the area, they have pushed it off to the side. there may be debris on the roadway. looking out there, the roads are wet, this is the ben, light volume, slow it down, we're getting a handful of accidents, the roads are wet and it seems to be causing problems. developing this morning fast-moving fire damaged a home in north philadelphia. it broke out on the 300 block of west somerset street before 3:00 a.m. crews arrived to find heavy fire coming from the rear of the home. the red cross has called to help two residence. no reports of injuries. new this morning, a gunman shot a man several times on the streets of camden. police found the wounded man at collins road last night he was taken to cooper university hospital. else a man in his late 20s, they are searching for who shot him and looking into the reasons why. another gunman opened fire in west philadelphia and stray
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bullet struck and killed an 18-year-old woman. we are hearing from the family and friends of the teen this morning. annie mccormick is live at police headquarters with that story. annie? >> reporter: matt, homicide detectives have no one in custody, but they are looking for any information that will lead to an arrest. family members of the victim say the bullet that struck and killed the west philadelphia teen was not intended for her. an emotional plea from family and friends of the 18-year-old who was killed saturday night by a stray bullet. you took a life that did not to be taken for something stupid. turn yourself in so her mother and the rest of the family can have justice and peace. >> reporter: she had a promising future as a hair stylist and working on getting her license and going to school. they killed my only baby girl. i don't know what to say. >> reporter: 11:30 saturday night, steely was caught in the
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crossfire when a shooting erupted nearby in the 300 morocco of north sal -- in the 300 block of north salford. a bullet hit her in the chest and died at penn presbyterian hospital. homicide detectives are working to identify what led to the shooting and the shooters. the family said people with information need to step up. they plan to hold a vigil monday night at the scene of the shooting. and family members tell "action news" at least two people did anonymously come forward with information, but they need more people to come forward. the vigil is scheduled tonight at 6:00 p.m. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." a man has been arrested in connection with a homicide in delaware county. jermaine crosley shot and killed a man in upper darby on saturday.
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crosley was staying with the victim priority shooting. 6:06. police in prince george's maryland is calling the fatal shooting of a police officer an unprovoked attack. the officer was killed, police were going about their business yesterday afternoon when a gunman fired at the first officer he saw outside the suburban washington, d.c. police station, the suspect was wounded in a gun battle. we'll have more at 6:30 a.m. and the latest on the investigation. gas prices are scrumming staysy delacott is in for mar -- maribel aber. >> reporter: the national gallons prices are jumping. in philadelphia it's up to $2.
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the rise is tide to refineries as they do spring may maintenan. futures pointing to a slightly lower open and full slate of economic reports are out including latest retail sales and housing starts and business inventory. jerry seinfeld sold 15 carl's from his election. he took in $19 million. he awctd auctioned off a spider mile for $5 million. it's a small fraction of his overall collection. i wonder if they got coffee with the cars they got. must have nice to have that, a small part of your collection. >> reporter: i have a match boxes from my kid days, not
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22 million worth. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are wet this morning, in some cases the rain is coming down. you can see the center portion of the region is where the seat of the action is right now with heavy downpours highlighted in yellows and orangeses. you can see that jenkintown and norristown giving up some of this. jenkintown in the thick of it. after the heavy yellow gets past you, we have decent rain behind you. it takes a while including places like chads ford it will take a while for the roads to drain. we have downpours and slow going from southern montgomery county and bucks county and malvern through chadds ford and media, delaware county. looks like new castle county, delaware, wilmington is getting on the other side of. parts of gloucester county and camden county getting hit. glassboro with the heavy cells.
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south jersey less intense rain wise, but it's intense out there. doesn't look like the lehigh valley has had to deal with quite as much. the heavy stuff will be out of hoar over the next hour sore. after that it will be -- hour or so. after that it will be cloudy, windy and damp with the showers. we have cloudy conditions and welt conditions at the airport. check your e-mail to make sure your airline is on time with your flight. we have no major delays down there just yet. 36 in rilen -- allentown, 45 in cape may. it's breezy with winds off the ocean in the teens right now. future tracker 6 picking up the heavy downpour action we have right now. pushes us up to 9:00 a.m. as soon as 9:00 a.m. we have wound down to lighter scattered showers. the rest of the day we'll get more of that developing.
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the main idea here is that the heavy sustained downpour we've got in some neighborhoods will only be around for another hour or so. for the rest of the arch it looks cloudy and damp -- rest of the afternoon it looks cloudy and damp the kids might want to keep rain gear handy and more of that developing at 6:00 p.m. it's later in the evening we wind down to scattered showers. in the lehigh valley, cloudy and damp, breezy today. down the shore, we'll get into the low 50s in a lot of spots. 50 in atlantic city, cloudy an damp there. windy conditions on tap. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of in philadelphia, 49 degrees in the afternoon. cloudy, damp and windy out there, as you just saw spotty shower activity through the afternoon. breezy and milder on tuesday. getting up to 62 with morning showers. 70, breezy and warm on wednesday. st. patrick's day spotty showers, 635 degrees, ain't bad
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for this time of the year. sunny on friday, 62 arena on or about 60 saturday and sunday, a sunday shower arriving in time for the arrival of spring. millions of people take to the streets of brazil in the country's biggest antigovernment protest. rescue crews continue to comb the new york city river after a deadly boat collision. >> reporter: no problems on the platt bridge, you can see how wet it is out there. it's coming down pretty good in areas. lots of ponding and puddling and now we have a bunch of accidents. the details are coming up. scientists come up with a clever trick to make web pages load faster. that's next organ "action news." sidney ♪
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welcome back you're taking a live look at penns landing, the ben franklin bridge, we have rain drops running down the camera lens there. it's going to be a cold day not going above 50. hi karen. >> reporter: like the water out there, the commute is going down the drain. we have new accidents, some clearing accidents and some new and clearing accident. i-95 southbound at the girard point bridge. you can see southbound traffic looking heavy.
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we have the right lane blocked with an accident. it's cleared a second ago. now traffic is moving better. we have an accident on the burlington bristol bridge involving a tractor-trailer and another vehicle, there are minor injuries. in the meantime stick to the tacony-palmyra instead. here's a new accident on the pennsylvania turnpike westbound past norristown, a single vehicle spun out and went over into a ditch. right now it's off to the side, when they drag it out from the ditch with the tow truck, i expect they will block lanes. i think as more emergency workers come to the scene this is new it will cause slowing westbound past norristown. a number of vehicles involved in an accident on the northeast extension southbound past quakertown, we're hearing it's involving debris on the roadway. state police say they are looking into that. here's an dissent an accident on
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02 northbound one vehicle off to the side. 202 northbound. you get the identity what a miserable commute it is. lots of rain coming down, water on the roadway, in some spots poor visibility. you can see the heaviest rain moving through the i-95 corridor. you're getting it in chadds ford, media and malvern and through the city and the atlantic city expressway and glassboro, right 55. new on "action news," blinding sun and rain and rubbernecking all consprierd to calls a -- conspired to cause a chain of accidents involving 100 vehicles. interstate 40 remained closed for five hours. 21 people were taken to local hospitals. happening today, boats will resume searching the hudson river for a victim of the tugboat crash. the body collided with a
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stationary barge at the construction of the new tappan zee bridge. searchers recovered the bodies of 22-year-old timothy coughlin and paul alien. men. turkey's president has crowd to bring terrorism to its niece. a car bomb went off near a bus stop near ankra. police say kurdish militants carried out the suicide attack. nearly 3 million protesters marched in brazil to call on the president to resign facing criticism over allegations of fiscal mismanagement and corruption. demonstrations were held in 200
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cities across the country. 6:18. the pumpkin chunk i know -- chinkin' is back in delaware. david. >> reporter: we have rain, so rain gear essential. this afternoon they may want to keep it handy for lighter shower activity. i'll have the day planner forecast next. presenting tech bytes. >> reporter: tech bytes coming to america, knew smart phone from microsoft. it features 5-inch hd screen and access to the digital assistant. price tag $199. could the dreaded circle of death be a think of past. researchers have come up with a way to load web pages 34%
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for a different kind of medicine, ask your dermatologist about cosentyx. miserable ride in the rain, so stay under the covers if you can. this is route 1 at woodhaven road at knights road. traffic is coming towards you. that's westbound traffic. you can see lots of rain on the road it's still coming down, lots of puddling and ponding.
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on the burlington bristol bridge we have an accident blocking both directions. i talked to police, they said it's going to clear soon. you have to head to the tacony-palmyra for now, dave. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan on the big board shows you the bulls eye is in areas north of bloomington and delaware county and southern bucks and montgomery counties all the way up to trenton him this is pushing toward the northeast. this is heavy cell activity on and off coming through gloucester and camden county out of salem county, new jersey. the back edge of this heavier stuff will be out of here in the next hour or so. and then we're in a dreary pattern of cloudy skies and lighter showers. 46 degrees by 7:00 a.m. high of 49 at noon. mid 40s by 5:00 p.m. dreary today, cloudy, breezy and on and off spotty shower activity tam, once we get rid of
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the heavy cells this morning. we're learning information about the co-pilot who deliberately crashed a passenger plane into alps last year. france's air agency released a report today into the germantown wings crash. doctors referred the could pilot to a psychiatric clinic. doctors were not allowed to reported health issues. cats take on unc in brooklyn on friday. owls fails iowa in brooklyn on friday. nova and temple could face each other if they both win. st. joe's clinched an automatic birth yesterday by beating deferment cu in the atlantic championship -- dcu in the atlantic championship.
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delaware's pumpkin flinging contest will return to sussex county. it will be held this november at the same bridgeville farm where it was held for years. an insurance policy is in place to protect the landowner. a spirit airline flight made an unscheduled stop in south carolina due to mechanical problems.
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that left passengers stranded. the flight landed at the myrtle beach airport saturday night. spirit didn't bother making any hotel arrangements. no food, water or accommodations or sympathy. they didn't take care of people. >> reporter: the passengers reached atlantic city yesterday. "action news" reached out to spirit for more information and so far the airline has not responded. it is 6:27. springing forward an hour disrupt your sleep cycle? find out why today could be the best day to make up that lost hour coming up at 6:30 a.m. at wegmans we believe the best way to help you
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slammed into a southwest philadelphia laundromat leaving a spacious hole. accuweather is tracking rain and cooler temperatures to kick off your workweek. looks like it's coming down there, karen. good morning 6:30. monday march 14. >> reporter: take a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan that's what it looks like when you're in the yellow rain heavy in parts of montgomery county and southern bucks and trenton starting to pick up the heavy stuff. new castle county delaware is about to get rid of the heaviest pounding rain. parts of south jersey, camden and gloucester county picking up some of this and parts of atlantic county, as well. satellite and radar showing you once we get the current batch out of here we'll transition to lighter spotty precipitation.
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48 degrees right now in philadelphia. you can see the winds rolling in off the ocean in the teens, so it's breezy and cool. it stays that way today. 1:00 p.m., 49 degrees before we begin to sag after that. the rain continues on and off through the day. the steadiest stuff over in another 90 minutes or so across the region as i mentioned. after that we're in the spotty on and off showers straight in the afternoon and into the evening. when i step inside we'll show you how that continues tonight a into tomorrow morning on future tracker 6. for now you have roads and rail in view and wouldn't look -- and they all look welt. >> reporter: wet. >> reporter: this is southbound traffic as you head toward the schuylkill expressway, very heavy volume on the boulevard. we're live rient on the 30 by -- right now on the 30 bypass, 322 eastbound traffic. as people are driving through the water you can see the spray that comes back on the car windshield wipers are going full
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blast on the 30 bypass. it's a wet ride in. we have an accident on the burlington bristol bridge involving a tractor-trailer and another vehicle blocking both directions of the burlington bristol. police say they have a lot of emergency works there were minor injuries and they intend to clear it quickly. stick to the tacony-palmyra instead. we have an accident off to the side, 02 northbound past -- 202 and 2352. we have speeds down on i-95 near girard. it's a slow go. officials in maryland say an officer was cut down by gunfire, officer jacai colson hailed from here in delaware county. >> reporter: officer jacai
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colson was from boothwyn and four year veteran of the prince county police department and days away from celebrating his 29th birthday. police officers joined hands a moment of silence after jacai colson was killed in an unbro vocalled attack outside a -- unprovoked attack outside the police station. authorities say around 4:30 sunday afternoon a gunman fired at the first officer he saw outside the district 3 station affirm gun battled fold with several officers firing back at the suspect. that suspect was wounded, but is expected to survive. a second suspect was arrested soon after. colson an undercover narcotics officer was pronounced dead at the hospital. jacai was important to his family and this entire
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community. we have another mother tonight who is without her son and for that we are deeply sorry, we are deeply sorry. >> reporter: police say the officers were not engaging with the suspect in anyway before the shots were fired. they were not trying to appear henld -- append the suspect, so the motive for the attack remains under investigation. the final goodbye for nooj state trooper who -- new jersey state trooper who lost his life in the line of duty. family and friends and colleagues streamed into saint charles bar mow io -- borromeo yesterday. trooper cullen died in a traffic accident on 295 in deptford. the second viewing begins today at 8:00 a.m., the funeral follows at noon. a laud -- laundromat in
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southwest philadelphia has a gaping hole this morning. a car slammed into the front of the building. it is unclear why the driver crashed into the buildings. philadelphia police have two suspects in custody in connection with a pair of unrelated stabbings in center city. the attacks happened at broad and arch street. two young men were buying drugs and an argument ensued and led to a stabbing. one kid in his hand and one in his mouth. stabbed in the south, nose slashed off. that attack happens hours after a 24-year-old man was faitlely stabbed in -- fatally stabbed in rittenhouse square. the victim was celebrating st. patrick's day when a homeless veteran attacked and killed him. concerns about public violence in politics became
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really real on friday. a trump rally was postponed a protester rushed the stage in ohio. the democratic candidates are echoing the rm quenlders saying donald trump had a hand in whipping up the scary political times. he incites violence. trump has get on the tv and tell his supporters that violence in the political process in america is not acceptable. it was totally organized troublemakers they are not protesters they are interrupters. they are supposed to disrupt. will it hurt trump at the polls or get him more support as primary voters go to the polls tomorrow. trump is gairning support in -- gaining support in florida and
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ohio. republicans and democratic voters will vote in illinois, missouri, north carolina, florida and ohio. it will be interesting to see where we are by the end of the political week. now developing amtrak train derailed in kansas. these are the first pictures coming. 128 passengers and 14 crew members were on board. 20 people were taken to the nearby hospitals. five cars are on their side. amtrak is trying to figure out how the train derailed. time to talk about accuweather. you were outside a minute ago and we could hear the rain coming down. >> reporter: pounding rain it's been like that for 45 minutes. storm tracker 6 live showing we are getting to the back edge of the steadier rain if we go in tighter around the industry it, the heavier -- around the city,
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the heavier band is moving out. slow going in norristown and jenkintown, trenton just beginning to pick up the steadiest stuff you'll be in it for an hour or hour and a half. coming up through south jersey there are additional cells that are not as filled in, giving you isolated problems. medford lakes, glassboro, getting rid of one cell, but another one on the way. the farther south you go toward cape may and atlantic counties it's not as intense. lehigh valley has been able to miss most of the heavy stuff. it's around the immediate philadelphia region and the surrounding suburbs that are getting hit with the worst. the heavy stuff is around for an hour in philadelphia and maybe 2 hours up near trenton. we transition into a dreary pattern and lighter spotty
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precipitation the rest of the day. we have cloudy skies, of course and wet conditions just about everywhere you look including sky6 live hd down in wilmington, boy everybody has to take it slow out there. maybe you leave a little bit early because the driving will be slow with the rain coming down. 48 degrees in philadelphia. a heavy pounding rain inundating the city. winds out of the east northeast at 14 miles per hour we're looking at a bluster morning as well with the gusts over 20 currently. future tracker 6 showing you as soon as 9:00 a.m., the rain is breaking up. by noon we're down to spottier precipitation and lighter showers and cloudy skies with drizzle tossed in. unfortunately that unsettled damp, dreary pattern continues through the afternoon. by 3:00 p.m., it's not a bad idea for the kids to have rain gear in case they get caught up in spotty showers. by 6:00, the evening commute is damp with spotty activity.
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it's 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. we break it down to drizzle yosemite resign. as we look -- drizzle across the region. future tracker 6, it will be cool 49 degrees with the spotty shower activity throughout the day. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high 49. steady rain across the region. and breaking down to spotty showers the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. tomorrow, showers are possible until midday. after that we'll clear and behind a warm front we'll get up to 62, so a better high. 70 on wednesday, breezy and warm, a couple of late showers possible, wendz looks -- wednesy looks like a nice day. st. patrick's day, 65. showers, but not a washout if you plan to celebrate. sunny skies and cool conditions friday, 62. on or about 60 saturday and
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sunday, spring arrives on sunday, along with light showers. spring showers. still ahead on "action news," a woman heads to court in hopes of leniency for her part in an ugly attack in center city. they lunch for mars and it's not to save matt damon. >> reporter: we have an accident, police on the scene, one over here, as well. major tieups on the schuylkill expressway and the area roads, the rain is coming down it's not pretty. details in "action news" traffic after this break. 6:44, we were gazing down
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broad street into the clock to your -- clock tower of philadelphia city hall. it's 47 degrees and it's rain in a lot of spots right now. let's go over to karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: doesn't this look like a horrible shot of the schuylkill expressway, this is westbound traffic you can see how jammed you are solid on the schuylkill expressway. the rain is coming down, you're crawling along. eastbound is not doing much wetter. eastbound near the curve we have a disabled vehicle adding to the delay. westbound trask is a mess there's -- traffic is a mess. there's nowhere to go. you can see the southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway how jammed you are. traffic not moving at this point as you're trying to get on the
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schuylkill expressway. the major roads affected with the amount of water coming down. burlington bristol bridge i talked to the police an hour ago, it's shut down in both directions. take the connector bridge instead. there's an accident involving a tractor-trailer blocking all lanes. they are trying to clear it out. an accident 202 northbound past 252. a 20 minute ride from the atlantic city expressway to the walt whitman bridge on 42 northbound. no major issue except the rain. the rain is affecting us with the traffic. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing us why. look at the area of yellow that's the heavier rain you have. it's crawling along the i-95 corridor, wherever you're going you're stuck with the rain coming down pretty good. we saw it come through the city it's on the 30 bypass in norristown. schuylkill expressway heavy bands moving through. along 130 in new jersey.
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new jersey turnpike heading toward cherry hill. route 70 near medford. 322 glassboro if you're heading to rowan university. heavy pounding rain about to cross over 322 and 55. developing right now a european partnership launched a spacecraft in kazakhastan to investigate if we could survive on another planet. it's expected to landslide by october. the craft will delivered a lander to the surface and float around the martian atmosphere over the text five years collecting data on the composition of gases. they will look to see whether life exists or existed on or below the surface. a woman is hoping that judge will show her leniency for her part in part on a gay a--
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attack on a gay couple. new jersey legislature will vote on a bill that will allow the state to take over atlantic city's finances. they will have greater power and responsibilities in the restructuring for the city's finances for the next five years. they are mired $400 million in total debt and could go bankrupt in weeks. >> coming up what the "g.m.a." crew is working on this morning. ncaa is trying to figure out how a fully correct tournament bracket leaked online before it was announced. > time for a preview of
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"g.m.a.," what do they have coming up? you're asking me? i'm going to turn to amy robach who is the true person who knows everything. amy, what do you know? >> reporter: it's all right here, matt and tam. great to be with you on this monday morning. we're starting with the breaking news, amtrak train derailing in kansas. the accident leaving several people injured. some of the passengers are speaking out. we'll have the latest on that. the race for the white house, republicans and democrat also preparing for the critical votes
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as trump faces questions from both sides what he has to say about the violent clashes. richard simmons has not been seen in public for two years, this morning simmon as is speaking out. we'll have that story coming up next on "good morning america." that's news, because some thought he was dead. it's good to hear that's alive. your commute is not good. let's take a live look at the schuylkill expressway. with all the rain on the way, westbound traffic on the schuylkill expressway really jamming as we look live near city avenue. eastbound we have a disabled vehicle off to the side. burlington bristol bridge, police say in another ten minutes we'll see if they can open it up, they are blocking both lanes in both directions because of an accident involving a tractor-trailer and another vehicle.
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its a mess out there dave. >> reporter: outside our door was coming down in budgets for about an -- buckets for about an hour. the heavier rain is pushing northeast of philadelphia. it will be another hour before it pushes past trenton. south jersey heavy cells for another one or two hours. it will taper off to lighter shower activity. if you're dressing the kids, umbrellas in most neighborhoods. this afternoon keep them armed in case they got caught in lighter spottier showers on the way home. 49 degrees is the high today. we'll hold that through 1:00 p.m. back to the mid 40s as soon as 4:00 p.m. if you're running errands there's no best time, maybe you give it another couple of hours when the steadiest precip is over. ncaa is looking into how the tournament bracket leaked on
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the internal before it was unveiled. the correct bracket spread across the web labeled spoiler alert. ncaa is taking the matter seriously and investigate how the bracket leaked. i'll be unveiling my bracket at 8:30 all be able to watch it live on my faish page. move -- facebook page. moving the clocks forward an hour forward today is national napping day. dr. william anthony created napping day, 20 minute nams can give the body and mind a little bit of a jolt. is no
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top stories at 6:56 a maryland police officer who was killed in the line of duty was from delaware county. extra sky coleson -- colson was from boothwyn. >> reporter: look at the water creating slowing on the roads.
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>> reporter: we have heavy stuff that will die down in the next couple of hours. it is gray and dreary today. we'll be back in 30 minutes, through 9:00 a.m. karen rogers will give you the updates on the roads. for karen rogers, matt o'donnell, david murphy, i'm tam, stay safe. for years, i was a laboratory chemist,
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developing drugs to fight deadly diseases. as a scientist, i know there's more that washington can do to help families. i'm running for congress to protect planned parenthood funding so more women get cancer screenings and treatment... to pass a ban on fracking in the delaware river basin to preserve our clean water, and to always protect medicare and social security. i'm shaughnessy naughton and i approve this message.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, an amtrak train with 142 people on board jumps the tracks and overturns. at least 20 people injured, one airlifted to a nearby hospital. now passengers describing those terrifying moments. >> they were yelling for help. it went dark. also this morning, donald trump's rivals take him on for the growing violence at his rallies. >> don't worry about them. i don't hear their voice. >> the break make or back vote in ohio. >> where is richard simmons? the famous fitness guru gone from the spotlight for more than two years.


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