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vehicle. this is the car they believe he was driving a chevrolet impala or malibu. it reportedly hit the side section of the victim's car before the suspect sped off at the broad street exit. police believe the gunman used a semi automatic handgun. >> he was driving in an erratic manner behind the victim, at the time the suspect displayed a firearm and was driving the victim and fired one round into the passenger side rear of the vehicle. >> and it hit the tire? >> yes, the tire area. >> reporter: now state police say that the suspect is facing aggravated assault and attempted homicide. anyone with information is asked to contact police. >> thank you christie. right now voters in new jersey are headed to the polls, this is a live look as folk goes in to vote in trenton, new jersey.
they have been going in all day. the poll reese main open in new jersey until 8:00 tonight. all six states are voting today and even before the votes are counted. democrat hillary clinton has enough superdelegates pledged to be the presumptive nominee but bernie sanders says he is not going down without a fight. elizabeth is live in new york. >> reporter: good evening to you monica, preparations are underway inside of the brooklyn navy yard where later tonight hillary clinton will take the stage is expected to celebrate the historic day even though as you mentioned, senator sanderss this race is not over yet. >> hillary clinton reaching the magic number to secure the democratic nomination but remaining focused with six states still voting. >> according to the news we are on the brisk of an historic -- historic unprecedented moment.
but we still have work to do don't we -- >> overnight the support from superdelegates pushed clinton over the top making her the first female nominee of a major political party exactly eight years to the day when she reviewed from the race endorsing senator obama but bernie sanders is refusing to bow out just yet. >> we are going into that convention with enormous moments up. >> sanders defiant and confident he can convince superdelegates to change their minds despite needing after of clinton's superdelegates to flip their votes. donald trump while still defending his views is trying to minimize the importance of the judge's ethnicity. >> the question was asked to me, i don't care if the judge is mexican or not. i'm going to do great with the mexican people, i will provide
jobs. >> claiming a person cannot do a job because of their race, is kind of the textbook definition of a racist comment. >> with that said speaker ryan says he does not regret endorsing trump. president obama is not yet prepared to endorse anyone. that is the latest from new york, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. >> as soon as the results come in and a winner is declared we'll send a push alert from the 6 abc app. turning to the weather tonight, we are seeing spotty showers in parts of the delaware valley, looking live outside sky 6 hd looking at center city, a nice day today and changes are heading our way. meteorologist, cecily tynan is at the big board with the latest. >> >> reporter: hi rick we have a cold front pushing through and this brings us cooler weather tomorrow and it's bringing us storms tonight and most of the
concentration is now across south jersey and the heaviest is from the atlantic city expressway down through route 47 we have had six lightning strikes associated with this. this is all heading to the east and we are hitting the garden state parkway in the next 10 minutes, there is lightning there and we have one little renegade downpour with lightning crossing route 100 in pugh town and moving to the east and that is heading toward spring city and south of limerick, this system will bring us noticeably cooler weather tomorrow. today in the 80s and tomorrow temperatures only in the 60s most of the day and then there is another window of opportunity for showers and thunderstorms, i'll let you know when coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> sounds good thank you. a pizza delivery driver is recould having after he was
kidnapped and shot. it happened in southwest philadelphia, "action news" reporter, chad pradelli talked with the victim's family and is live now at pen presbyterian hospital. >> the victim has remained at the hospital since last night and family members say he underwent surgery to remove the bullet from his head and is expected to recover but the assailants are at large. >> he always working just to survive -- >> relatives are saddened by the cold blooded attempted excuse last night. investigators say that surah delivered a pizza to beaumont. >> he went to the driver's side to take the food and then got out and they took the gun and said get into the car.
>> they robbed him of $60 and then demanded he call someone else to bring more money, when he wouldn't, they ordered him to get on his hands and knees and then fired a shot into his head but he managed to run away and flag down police. >> take the money and the car, they shouldn't shoot the guy. >> muhammad is a co-worker and friend at the pizza. they urged surah to begin driving for uber instead. >> we are here to survive, we never do anything bad to nobody here. we are here to make money to take care of our families. >> relatives say that he works around the clock not only to support himself but also his wife and young daughter in his native ghana. police have no suspects at last
check. chad pradelli, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. police in philadelphia are investigating two separate sexual assaults against women tonight. last night police say that felix ramos tried to rape a woman behind the shopping center. she called police after she was attacked in the woods helped the del air shopping center. she gave a good description of the man and they took him into custody and then positively identified ramos. a woman was stabbed in an attempted robbery and assault. police say around 11:00 last evening the woman attacked on the 800 block of west street road. a 33-year-old woman told police that she was ambushed getting into her vehicle and was able to escape into a nearby business where she called 911. the victim was treated for stab wounds at the hospital. philadelphia congressman, chaka fattah was back in a
federal courtroom today and his attorneys tried to prove he never broke the law. fattah is accused of nearly 30 counts of corruption, the prosecution rested last week after arguing that fattah miss used federal grants and loans after a failed run for mayor and to pay off his son's college tuition. i think if you went home early that paid off. we have a whole bunch of issues, including a disabled vehicle on i-95 southbound. but now the vehicle is being towed away. everything is reopen approaching allegheny and northbound slowing with typical afternoon volume and plenty slow on the pennsylvania turnpike heading eastbound speeds in the teens between valley forge and norristown. that is where there is a crash. east pikeland an accident along 23 schuylkill road by the french
creek inn. in east town township chester county, a tree and wires came down partially blocking sugar town road. and out near coatesville a crash helping you around 82 manor road 340 bypass. an accident at 495 in wilmington an hour ago, causing huge delays, 10 miles per hour now traveling through the city because right lanes are blocked. the much better bet is 95 northbound instead of 495 northbound. we have slow speeds near the delaware memorial bridge because of the construction delaware bound taking out the two left lanes throughout the evening until 8:00 tonight. they do this each tuesday for a number of weeks working on the suspense cables, it's wet in burlington county. and downed wires and closing skeet road in medford.
we'll check it again rick and monica coming up in the next half hour. >> all right matt thank you. hundreds of folks in the lehigh valley will lose their jobs this summer, we'll have details on when craft haines is closing its doors. and some children suffer from sports induced asthma but it could be another condition leaving them gasping for air. and muhammad ali's children reveal if he ever blamed his boxing for parkinson's d.c. these little guys? they represent blood cells. and if you have afib - an irregular heartbeat that may put you at five times greater risk of stroke - they can pool together in the heart, forming a clot that can break free, and travel upstream to the brain where it can block blood flow and cause a stroke.
but if you have afib that's not caused by a heart valve problem, pradaxa can help stop clots from forming. pradaxa was better than warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke, in a clinical trial - without the need for regular blood tests. and, in the rare event of an emergency, pradaxa is the only oral blood thinner other than warfarin with a specific reversal treatment to help your body clot normally again. pradaxa is not for people who have had a heart valve replacement. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke or blood clots. ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before any planned medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, and sometimes, fatal bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleeding. and seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have kidney problems, stomach ulcers, a bleeding condition, or take certain medicines. side effects with pradaxa can include indigestion, stomach pain, upset or burning. go with pradaxa,
preparations continue to be made ahead of boxing legend, muhammad ali's funeral. an inter faith service will be held in kentucky. and will smith will serve as a pall bearer. his family talks about his battle with parkinson's disease. it's estimated he took 29,000 punches to the head during the career. and that he never blamed boxing for his illness and never felt sorry for himself. >> and people are remembering martial artedighter kim bow
slice. they say that foul play is not suspected. it's a commonly misdiagnosed condition leading to young athletes gasping for air, doctors in delaware are detecting it and treating it. health reporter and registered nurse, ali gorman joins us at the big board with the story. >> reporter: it's also confused with asthma but the treatment is much different and for some kids it means the difference from quitting the sport they love or continuing to play. >> we take two short sniffs in through the nose -- >> analise is practicing her rescue breathing, she runs track in wilmington saint marks high school. before learning the technique. she had trouble breathing in while she was running.
>> it felt like my whole neck was closing and i was weaving and collapsing at the finish line. >> this picture was taken before she did collapse. >> her mouth would be wide open and gasping to get the air in. >> at first she was diagnosed with exercise induced asthma and when exercise did not help they went to see dr. marth. they diagnosed her with vocal cord misfunction. they tighten when they should be open. with asthma people feel tightness in their chest. >> speech therapist julie hartnett describes how it sounds. >> when have you trouble breathing it's like a loud inhalation -- >> and anxiety play a role, the condition is seen more frequently in female type a
athletes. these are the kids that don't need to be pushed. they push themselveses. >> analise can relate but the breathing technique has got her back on track running. >> it makes me feel really good. emotion wise, it gives you a lot of happiness. >> that breathing technique is taught by a speech therapist, it typically takes 12 sessions for someone to learn how to use it in different situation. we have more on that at 6abc.com/health check. and guys as for analise, she will be running cross country at the university of delaware this fall. >> good news thank you. there was cpr training on the sidewalk today. the action cam was at cpr ready, it boosts the number of people qualified to give the life saving technique. to bring training to spots like libraries and shelters and
houses of worship with lessons taught in spanish and english. wilmington is making it easier for parents to enroll their children in kindergarten. and we'll have more on how this program works. >> and local students from a charter school go on to further their education. see how they celebrated coming up. you scratch my back, i'll scratch yours. you know what it means. so does pat toomey. toomey got rich working on wall street. then he got elected and kept working, for wall street. voting
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several hundred people in the lehigh valley will lose their jobs this summer. the craft haines company is closing their plant in upper macungie township. the employees will be let go in august. they are down sizing and closing six other plants. the success of the mastery school charter were celebrated. the entire class is moving on to new opportunities. today's signing day event was held on the campus of temple university. each senior is headed to college or going into the military or the workforce or attending job training. >> it's exciting to see every senior is going to college and having a future and the fact that mastery supports us is so
exciting. >> we can come together and be thankful for all we achieved so far. >> these men and women collectively earned $28 million in scholarships. wilmington residents have a new place to get a birth certificate. they cut the ribbon on the new department of health and human services today. the main purpose is to provide people with records to enroll their child in kindergarten. still ahead on "action news" at 5:00, a check of the accuweather forecast. looking live at sky 6 hd showing you penn's landing on a tuesday night. not bad. cecily tynan has your changing forecast when "action news" continues in a moment.
time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. cecily tynan is here with the word and things are about to switch around. >> that is right we have a big cool down on the way and unsettled weather and it all starts with storm as head a cold front. double scan live radar showing we have scattered activity across the northwest suburbs. the main line of storms has now reached the shore. not a lot of lightning with this, only two lightning strikes over the last 15 minutes, but
downpour as long the garden state parkway from oceansville to reed beach. and atlantic city you have the heaviest rain. on atlantic avenue you are getting poured on right now. this is pushing to the east quickly at 30 miles per hour. and that is the leading edge of cooler air that is moving in overnight. today temperatures made it into the 80s but you can see how we are cooling off dramatically, atlantic city airport a half hour ago was 88 degrees, it's now a rain cooled 67 and philadelphia 71 right now, we hit 83 today and allentown 73 degrees and temperatures will have a tough time tomorrow climbing out of the 60s. satellite 6 along with action radar showing this feature has two things with it. one cold front that is moving through and it hooks up to an upper level low, and that upper level low is moving through the day tomorrow and what that will do is bring us another round of storms and i want to show you
what is going on with some of these storms. jay lewis sent this to us, from pottstown today. these storms contained small hail, i would not be surprised if some storm his gusty winds and lightning and yes even small hail with cold air in the upper atmosphere. future tracker 6 showing as we head through tonight we clear things out by 11:00 and tomorrow morning the rush hour looks okay and then after 9:00 is when we'll see showers and thunderstorms developing across the northwest suburbs, this shows most of the activity across the lehigh valley and allentown and off the coast by 1:30. the middle of the day is when you need the umbrellas. the high is only 70 degrees, feeling cooler with the gusty winds and showers and thunderstorms in the middle of the day, on thursday we dry things out and still on the breezy side. 75 degrees and heading into the weekend it's looking nice on
friday. 78 degrees and lots of sunshine and saturday we warm it up to 82 and the possibility of evening thunderstorms and then on sunday. clouds give way to afternoon sunshine and 81 degrees. and i'm tracking cooler air on monday. i'll have details on that coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you cecily. there is more to come in the next half hour of "action news" at 5:00. the zoo exhibit at the center of a controversy reopens to the public with changes. and with warmer weather comes the bigger threat of fires popping up. what they want you to do to keep your family safe. frustrated with your overactive bladder medicine not working? can't handle the side effects? botox® treats symptoms of leaking, going too often, and the strong sudden need to go. ask your urologist if botox® can help calm your bladder
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and there was more he could have and should have done. >> and robin roberts speaks to "action news" about her interview with bobby brown. what will surprise the public about whitney houston's ex-husband. a stray bullet nearly took the life of a young boy being shielded by his parents. it happened while they were making a meal in their home. tonight the search continues for the person that fired the shot, sara bloomquist is live in chester with more. >> reporter: that is right police here are trying to identify the shooter, meantime the 5-year-old boy remains at crozier chester hospital this evening with the bullet still lodged beneath his armpit. we spoke with his mother about the moment that the bullets came through her home here in chester. >> my son is strong -- >> latasha hayes spent the day with her son, 5-year-old mark andrews jr.
doctors are looking into how the bullet came into the their home and lodged into his armpit. >> he will have a bullet lodged in his arm because of this ridiculousness. >> it happened just before 10:00 last night and the bullets started flying through the windows and she dived to the floor covering her little daughter and mark, and her husband laid on top of her and her other children 10 and 8 credit up stairs. >> me and my kids hit the floor, when i pulled my son down it hit him in the chest and lodged in his armpit. >> last year her car was riddled with bullets, she is calling for a stronger police presence in the neighborhood. >> there should be more cops down here, all the time. there is a lot of shootings down here all the time. it could be anybody's house and anybody's children. >> they fear that the violence
in chester is not coming to an end. >> it's add she are doing this. and i'm praying for the community of chester that it will stop. >> we as parents got to put a stop to this. you know, for real. otherwise tomorrow maybe tonight, someone may lose their child. >> some neighbors we talked to today call ford a state of emergency, others say at minimum they want to see the stronger police presence, mark remains in the hospital this evening and his mother expects he will be released tomorrow and the bullet will likely stay lodged under his armpit for a while until doctors can remove it once the swelling goes down. sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> from our delaware news, a 30-year-old man was found shot to death in a wilmington home this morning. this is the scene at jenson drive, the victim is not
identified but was rushed to the hospital but could not be saved. the murder trial of a man charged with killing a co-worker at a meat processing plant. peter ancome is accusedle killing him. they say the motive as revenge for a prank. they will not seek the death penalty. fire investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause of a fast moving blaze that damaged three homes in frankford. it happened on the 1600 block. the initial fire started in one row home and spread to the neighboring structures, luckily all the residents got out safely. a firefighter was injured while tackling a three alarmer at a family dollar store in fu
fullcroft. more than a dozen firefighters responded, it was so bad they could not find the location of the fire. it took three hours to get a handle on it. philadelphia police are looking for three men captured on this surveillance video stealing items from a point breeze construction site. it happened may 29th here in the 2200 block of east norris street. the suspects grabbed planks and tools and plumbing tools and a water heater. they estimate the haul was worth more than $18,000. a judge decided that former champion swimmer, brock turner would only spend 6 months in jail for a drunken assault during a frat party. he and his father are getting a lot of attention but for
different reasons. stephanie ramos is live with more. >> reporter: rick, well the sentence for stanford student brock turner is angering more and more people and his dad is adding insult to injury. >> brock turner found guilty of sexual assault, his father is now composing a bold and defensive letter in his defense. >> you talked about how this had serious implications for his son because he could not eat his favorite food. >> he wrote that the guilty verdict and many consequences is a steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action. >> he read that out loud in court 15 feet from the young woman. >> the judge sentenced the champion swimmer to 6 months in jail. the district attorney asked for a more severe 6 year prison
term. but he ruled that the prison term would have a severe impact on brock. and now there is a petition to remove him from the bench. >> he ignored a jury and in my mind ignored her. >> clicking on the letter she wrote. she read her emotional statement at sentencing directing it at the man that assaulted her. hours after the assault, i wanted to take off my body like a jacket and leave it at the hospital with everything else. >> brock turner withdrew from stanford university and must register as a sex offender for life. she feels she is speaking for every woman but is staying anonymous for now. more than a week after an endangered gorilla was killed at the cincinnati zoo, the world exhibit opened to the public today. there is a memorial for harambe
outside of the exhibit. the animal was shot after a toddler climbed over the enclosure and fell into a mote. zoo employees believe that the child was in danger and made the decision to shoot and kill harambe. >> we put in a new barrier and three surveillance cameras, the exhibit we had was safe, safe for 38 years, over 43 million people came through this exhibit at that time. >> prosecutors announced yesterday they would not be filing charges against the boy's parents. world news will have more on the opening of the exhibit and more on the fallout from the stanford rape sentencing. time now to get a check of the traffic scene. see what is rolling along? >> merrily hopefully. >> it's a long slow crawl you might say. good evening, the schuylkill
might be dry by now and that does not mean traffic is moving well by minneapolis drive, jammed in both directions, the traveling times going on three times what they should be. if you come into the phils game it will take you extra time and the delays linger throughout the night tonight because at 9:00 once again they block the eastbound lanes on the schuylkill by the vine and they will also close the vine in both directions by the schuylkill. starting at 9:00 tonight, a construction mess and the vine closes then at 11:00. eastbound by norristown the accident is gone but slow speeds from valley forge. and a bunch of downed trees and wires by elementary school and church road and along delaware near rising sun lane and better news on 495, the crash near edge more road has finally cleared and speeds are climbing there but still a bit sluggish. back over to you. >> thank you. still ahead on "action news" tonight. it's a side of bobby brown you
have never seen before. tonight robin roberts sits down with the ex-husband of whitney houston with a candid interview. first, with the warmer weather comes outdoor activities and a greater risk of fires. what officials say you need to do to keep your family safe. and cecily is in for adam tonight. >> we have a stormy end to our weather for a while. and i am tracking another system that will bring showers and thunderstorms along with the winds of change. >> all right. i like it the way it was. >> and jaime apody has eagles and phillies news in sports when "action news" continues in just a moment.
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cautious about open flames, and barbecues and grilling and of course always smoking. when it comes to the 4th of july festivities teal asks everybody to leave the fire works to the professionals. >> it's now mandatory for the eagles in camp. >> guess who was here? the clock is still ticking and fletcher cox doesn't have the long-term deal he was looking for. he is not talking face-to-face but back into his coach that is all that matters. >> taking the first step to a reconcilation. for doug peterson he is not going much just playing catchup in the meeting room. is he confident that the deal will get done before training camp. cox did not speak to reporters but let a statement do the talking for him. i am happy to be back in philadelphia to get back with my
teammates and coaches. i can't wait to get on the field for mini camp and do whatever i can to help my team win. any discussion about my absence from offseason program. will be handled by my agent -- >> the question to the coach was -- >> we didn't get into it quite on honesty, i was happy to see him back and i told him how excited i was, a voluntarily process the whole offseason. it's good to have him back. >> he seemed eager to get back to work and happy to be around the physical owes and it's good to have him in the locker room. >> i don't get into that. i'm going to look in the past, i'm looking forward and he is here today and was here yesterday and i'm excited to have him and we'll build off of each day we have with him this
week. >> darren sproles showed up and he can still fly. the phillies exceeded expectations this season but one thing they have not been able to do is beat the cubs. and ryan howard is in the starting lineup batting fifth. jason heyward senthis one wayward. a two run blast. the phils rallied in the ninth inning, he got a standing ovation but could not get a hit. that ended the game. the phils fell 6-4 and howard will get the start tonight for the first time in like a week. >> that was like a whole game those first eight innings and then the ninth? >> a chance with the tying run at the plate, it was good to see them battle back.
find out more about the big guys start tonight at 6:00. big time golf is back in town with the seniors championship, the best of the world with the over 50 age group. they tee off at the cricket club in flower town. people will flock to see john daly on the senior tour now. >> it's a big one, one of our senior majors, it's really a big one that we put on our calendar that we definitely want to win and it gives you an exemption to the players championship. >> a lot of stars out here this week, you can qualify for the seniors tour? >> not for the golf part. >> maybe put put. there is an insult in there somewhere. tonight bobby brown, singer and ex-husband of whitney houston opens up about his troubled marriage and drug use and the untimely death of their
daughter bobbi kristina. robin robbins spoke with us today about the no holds bar discussion. >> i actually saw her -- >> the singer is about to release a new book called every single step i take a reference to one of hi hits. it's a rumor that robin roberts said upset brown the most. >> he had more money going into the marriage than whitney had. we forget how successful he was and on a par with whitney before bodyguard and she went into the stratosphere. he rolled his eyes the most when questioned about the money. >> even whitney's father was
like i want to see your bank account. he wants to make it clear it was never about the money. >> you can watch the interview tonight on a special 20/20, bobby brown every little step i take. tonight on 6 abc. i'm so sorry, ms. maroney. this personal essay is way harder than i thought, it's just not in my nature to brag on myself. not even a backdoor brag? what's a backdoor brag? sneaking something wonderful about yourself into everyday conversation, like when i tell people, i can't watch musicals cause i have perfect pitch. (vo) some carriers promise unlimited streaming, but then automatically shrink your videos so they're not hd quality. it's not pretty. really? switch to verizon now, buy two samsung phones, and get a free samsung 50 inch smart tv. only on america's best network.
the philadelphia phillies are taking a stand over domestic violence. for this new campaign. today the first ever male leadership award was handed out and joe garcia was chosen for being a local leader. phillies will also air new public service announcements. featuring players and coaches that say no more of sexual violence and assaults. another check of the accuweather forecast. cecily tynan says it's chillier in the next day or so. >> you can turn off the air conditioning for the next few days. tomorrow we may have trouble hitting 70 degrees. >> wow. >> a cold front is moving through and stormtracker 6 live double scan show that most of the activity with this cold front is over and we do have a little bit of activity in the lehigh valley. one downpour is moving through crossville heading towards
allentown and another one in northampton county. and no lightning with these but heavy downpours. this is the line i am tracking since 4:00, this has finally moved offshore, we are clearing things out along the beaches however it creating some spectacular photos. this was tweeted to me, from brian in wildwood, new jersey, it shows that before the storms hit there was blue skies and a dark shelf cloud and it looks like fingers and those are the down drafts from the storms, they move quickly at 30 miles per hour. this is what is bringing the cooler air. temperatures are dropping down into the 60s and 70s. we hit a high of 80 earlier in philadelphia and now down to 71. allentown 73 and atlantic city airport hit 88 degrees earlier and wilmington 72. satellite 6 along with action radar showing it's a cold front that is pressing through right
now, if you look out to the west right now, it doesn't clear right away, there is an upper level disturbance moving through tomorrow and bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms, tonight we clear things out and cool and comfortable. if you don't have allergies open up the windows and 60 for center city and future tracker 6 showing tomorrow at 9:00 some of that activity will begin to bubble up in the far northwestern suburbs, looks like it moves into the i-95 corridor at lunch time and off coast by 2:00 and then the evening commute should be dry. it's mid-day when you'll need the umbrella and look at this at 5:30, temperatures struggling to to climbing out of the upper 60s. we get a june cool down after 15 day as above normal. we have the big dip in the jet stream, this pulls down unseasonably cool air from canada and the heat and humidity building across the plains and
the deep south. that will stay there for a while. we don't have any oppressive heat or humidity on the way forever next week. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast tomorrow windy and noticeably cooler than the last several days, with showers and thunderstorms again. mid-day around 9:00 in the morning and 1:00 in the afternoon. a high of only 70. thursday breezy and we warm it up to 75 and friday should be beautiful, loads of sunshine and pleasant and 78 degrees, saturday most of the day is rain free, we warm up to 82 degrees, some evening thunderstorms, sunday we wake up with clouds and giving way to sunshine 81 degrees and temperatures take another dip down to 77 degrees and tuesday partly sunny and seasonable and a high of 80 degrees. people are complaining that june we get the heat season humidity but it won't be here for the next week. >> thank you. there is a new baby camel at a popular zoo in illinois and making quite the name for
himself. his name is alex camelton. well had is the first camel born at the lincoln park zoo since 1998, and unlike the popular play on broadway he was a big hit from the beginning. it took him time -- these little guys? they represent blood cells. and if you have afib - an irregular heartbeat that may put you at five times greater risk of stroke -
they can pool together in the heart, forming a clot that can break free, and travel upstream to the brain where it can block blood flow and cause a stroke. but if you have afib that's not caused by a heart valve problem, pradaxa can help stop clots from forming. pradaxa was better than warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke, in a clinical trial - without the need for regular blood tests. and, in the rare event of an emergency, pradaxa is the only oral blood thinner other than warfarin with a specific reversal treatment to help your body clot normally again. pradaxa is not for people who have had a heart valve replacement. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke or blood clots. ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before any planned medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, and sometimes, fatal bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleeding. and seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have kidney problems, stomach ulcers,
a bleeding condition, or take certain medicines. side effects with pradaxa can include indigestion, stomach pain, upset or burning. go with pradaxa, the only blood thinner that lowers your stroke risk better than warfarin and has a specific reversal treatment. eligible patients could pay as little as zero dollars on co-pay. ask your doctor about pradaxa today. right now jim gardner and the "action news" team is standing by with these stories next at 6:00. police say someone fired a bullet on i-95 and they need your help tracking down the suspect. and pennsylvania moves close toward selling wine at grocery stores and other businesses. and "action news" is there as an old bank is demolished in new jersey, find out what is going up in its place. for the entire "action news" team i'm monica malpass have a great night.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist cecily tynan, and jim gardner. tuesday night primary voter goes to the polls in new jersey and five other states and st. charles seminary says it is moving out of wynnewood. but the big story on "action news" is the search for a gunman that opened fire on i-95 this morning. meets say it happened in the area of the girard point bridge. the bullet penetrating the passenger side of another vehicle, and lawmen are
searching for a man that looks like this. christie what is the latest on this? >> reporter: well jim, state police say that the suspect was tailing the victim when he took his frustrations too far and fired at his car. this is the man is that state police say was driving eradically before shooting at a car at the peak of rush hour. >> he was adjacent to the victim and displayed a firearm and then he was ahead of the suspect and heard the sound of the gunshot. the suspect had fired one round into the 38-year-old victim's car causing his tire to blowout near the girard point bridge, the victim was able to safely pull over and spot the suspect in a dark colored impala or malibu speeding off the broad street exit. >> it was the second shooting in