Skip to main content

We will keep fighting for all libraries - stand with us!

tv   Action News Weekend 7AM  ABC  November 5, 2016 7:00am-8:00am EDT

7:00 am
you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, november 5. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." fiery crash, one person is dead after a two car collision sends a vehicle into a uutility pole in the northeast. septa subways and buses and trolleys are still at a standstill. thousands of gallons of water gush into the street after a major water main break. outside we go to chris sowers you said it's going to be a perfect weekend. both days in the 60s, however we're far from that right now as
7:01 am
the temperatures have dropped off. we're below freezing north and west, martins creek, 31. fleetwood, 36. 33 in kennett square new holland. checking in at 35. glassboro, 3 #. agenda beach, 32. vineland, 32. cinnaminson, 36. dover, 36 degrees. satellite and radar along with radar, you can see there's not much going on, there's clouds up north wilks-berre andanton, and the northeast, high pressure dominates the weather pattern. it's a near flawless weekend, lots of sunshine both days, yesterday it was windy, today we'll see winds out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per
7:02 am
hour. if there's going to be any complaints today it would be that, otherwise perfect conditions. mostly sunny skies and breezy. that's the call from accuweather today, of 3 degrees that's the forecasted high. tomorrow pretty much the same thing. will the comfortable nice weather last as we head into next week? i'll come a back in just a few minutes with the answer. 7:02. we have an update about this, the massive water main break that flooded east falls parking lot. this morning there has been signature fat improvement after the area was inundated by millions of gallons of water as you see there. we can tell you that 75 people had to be rescued from baker center on fox street. at least four stores were impacted costing half million dollars in damages. the philadelphia water department said this is the 4th time it happened in the area since january 2014. 6 million gallons of water all
7:03 am
spilled out there. shopping carts and mannequins surged on to the street. we ended up rescuing or moving across the water, 75 people and sheltered 150 people in the shopping center. >> i took that rag and was wringing it and stomping it. i just had my rugs cleaned. water main in the area is more than 100 years old. there's talks to reroute the transmission lines, it takes millions of dollars. one person is dead after a collision that happened in northeast philadelphia. we know one car burst into flames. this happened on the 1600 hundred block of grant avenue. the impact caused the car to slam into the utility pole. it brought down high tension lines igniting the fire.
7:04 am
fire department had to wait for me co-to turn over the power before they can put out the flames. >> the body is bundler beyond recognition, it's just a skeleton. you can't tell if it is a male or female. we don't know who it is. the vehicle is so badly burned we can't tell what type of vehicle it was. >> two other people are said to be in stable condition. the septa strike is getting ugly, today marks day five workers have been off the job. a scheduled face-to-face meeting yesterday was called off. septa has filed a lawsuit to force workers back on the job. >> the judge was very clear there's no competence evidence. >> reporter: attorney general for the union praised the judge who ruled that the septa workers strike is not causing a clear and present danger to
7:05 am
philadelphians that's the argument septa officials made in court for whose who rely on the transit system the most, school children, the poor, disabled and sick. the union maintains it's not that bad. >> people in philadelphia are finding alternate ways to get where they have to get they are walking, riding bikes, leasing cars and sharing rides. >> we're not going to lie down and can't resolve this strike and watch our passengers suffer. >> reporter: the strike has stopped 900,000 rides a day. >> i'm fed up with that. >> reporter: leading to gridlock and long commutes. >> this traffic is no good, spending more gas and more time. >> let's go septa get on the ball, get back to work. these people need to get around. >> reporter: there's concern that work stoppage could affect voter turn out on tuesday. both sides return to court on monday morning where septa will
7:06 am
ask the judge to file injunction for election day. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> i want to reminds you the "action news" morning team will get an early start on monday morning, tune in at 4:00 a.m. for up to the minute information on your morning commute. 7:00 off your time, it is the -- 706 your time. it is the final weekend for the race to the white house. both are focusing on the battlegrounds state of pennsylvania. clinton will hold a get out of the vote rally in fairmont park. it will be headlined by katie perry. beyonce and jay-z held a similar get out the vote in ohio. donald trump pledges to win pennsylvania big. no republican candidate has won pennsylvania in 30 years.
7:07 am
besides florida trump counters voters in colorado, north carolina and florida. chris christie will not be on the campaign trail for trump following the guilty verdict of bridget kelly and bill baroni were convicted of fraud and conspiracy yesterday. a jury found the pear deliberately closed traffic lanes to the george washington bridge in fort lee to punish the mayor. chris christie maintains he knew nothing of the massive traffic jam. a man who claims he was abused by sandusky testified for the first time yesterday. he was called to the stand in the jerry sandusky conviction appeal. the man told police he had not been abused, but during a contentious exchange he said he was a boy who former penn state
7:08 am
coach mike mcqueery saw being sexually abused in a locker room shower in 2001. sandusky's lawyer argue he did not get a fair trial because the legal team mishandle the conviction. delaware county police are searching for the mann who cashed a check who they say belonged to a cancer patient. police say it shows michael allison cashing a 400-dollar check stolen from his girlfriend's grandmother in up darby. that woman is 68 years old and battling cancer. >> they lied to her to allegedly do the young girl's laundry. during the course of grandmom being gracious enough to let him in the house, they steal the check. >> the police say the grandmother tipped them off after confronting the girlfriend who confessed to needing the
7:09 am
money. an he he elderly couple's s burglarized while they are in bed. they believe it was not random act. dancing the night away why it may help from the side effects beating cancer. gray, we've a beautiful weekend on tap and beautiful week ahead i'll have that when come right back. z25pkz zi0z
7:10 am
y25pky yi0y fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. this is your last chance to get super fast 100meg internet, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. this is your final week to get this great deal. only from fios. at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal.
7:11 am
she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. a pair of masked armed men standing at the foot of their bed. frozen with fear, 89-year-old lied there motionless while the robbers ransacked the home. the frightening ordeal happened friday. the douglass' suspect the thieves could be someone they knew because the robbers went for a bookcase stuffed with hidden cash. ohio pizza place is slicing
7:12 am
up things by putting politically charged messages on the marquee. the owners of the restaurant are donald trump supporters and one week the store sign read save small business lock her up. they claim there's been a boost in business since showing their political views. the local democratic party calling for a boycott. things are heating up, it will be over tuesday when voting happens. 12 -- 71:00 a.m., the time. sun officially rises at 7 5:00 a.m. you're starting to see nice colors there, oranges there and clear conditions. today is a nice looking day, tomorrow equally as nice, we should see lots of sunshine both days, radars are clear, we don't
7:13 am
have to worry about any precipitation. the next chance of rain, which is only a 20% chance at that doesn't come until wednesday afternoon. 42 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint 4 -- 31. pressure is steady. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. tonight, be the sun sets at 5:54 p.m. tomorrow night, the sun will set before 5:00 p.m. and it continues to go downhill from there, november 30, sunset 436 by new year's eve we gain a couple of minutes, you get the idea. starting tomorrow it will a lot more like winter as the sun sets very, very early. 37 in the poconos. allentown, 37. millville, the cold spot checking in a at a degree below freezing, 31. you can thank high pressure for that sitting over the washington, d.c. metro area,
7:14 am
keep all the rain up north and the high will dominate the weather over the next several days. that means crystal clear skies. maybe high, thin clouds across the poconos and the lehigh valley. everybody else enjoying sunshine. overnight tonight, clear to partly cloudy, tomorrow morning maybe we start out with a few clouds that quickly burn over, just like today it will be another day full of sunshine, very comfortable day. monday, same thing clear skies, not much to talk about, perfect conditions for the delaware and the lehigh valley. let's talk temperatures. later this afternoon, now the seasonal high, the normal for this time of the year is 60 degrees. of today we're forecasting anywhere from 61 to 63. overnight tonight, temperatures drop in the 40s and start out in the 30s. it will be cool, but not as cold as this morning. tomorrow, similar to today, 62, 63. sunday into monday here comes a cold front, the numbers drop off a little bit, monday's high in the upper 50s, this is a one day
7:15 am
cold shot. we cool down, but the cold shot only last a day or two, and then we warm back up, that would be the same song and dance this weekend, we cool down monday, just in time for election day, the numbers are soaring in the mid to upper 60s. reading, 62. mostly sunny and breezy. millville, 62. atlantic city, 64. cape play, 61. very quiet overnight tonight, we'll call it comfortable, temperatures are cool, but not cold. 41 in reading, millville, 42. cape may, 48. if you're heading up i-95 into the meadowlands east rutherford, kickoff temperature, 1:00 p.m., sunny skies, 57 degrees. by the 4th quarter, 46. there will be a gusty breeze, the wind might make it feel chilly, you'll need something with sleeves out of the north/northwest ten to 20 miles per hour the winds speeds.
7:16 am
back mere in the delaware and the lehigh valleys. 63 degrees. tomorrow, 63 degrees. election day beautiful, best day of the 7 day forecast. sunny skies and milder, 67. the rest of the seven-day forecast looks nice, don't forget turn the clocks back one hour tonight and check the batteries in the smoke detecters and carbon monoxide detecters, this is our favorite night of the air, gray. >> it is get more sleep. 7:16 many people who win the battle against cancer often face a second battle recovering from the side effect of treatment. dance may be the way to get older people back on their feet faster and better than ever. tamala edwards explains in the art of aging. after battling hodgkin's lymphoma tim could barely walk.
7:17 am
>> the only thing i could feel in my feet was the ball. >> reporter: that's not uncommon, the type of chemo tim had can damage nerves in the legs and feet. >> it can affect the feedback your system gets. >> reporter: as a premedicine student, she saw how patients struggled, as a dance major she found a way to help by teaching them tango. it reduced the wobbling by 50%, much master than conventional physical therapy. >> the heels came like a snap. all of a sudden it was like i can feel my heals. >> reporter: the improvement was remarkable. i don't think i would have improved nearly that quickly without it. >> the tango increased muscle strength and stam ma better balance and -- better balance
7:18 am
and strength can keep people from falls. dance made therapy fun. >> i was able to see the improvement in the individuals not only in the way held themselves, but in their confidence when they walk into class, they are more steady and at east. data was presented at a million meeting in chicago, it is the first known stud of dance improving balance, but it will not be the last. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
7:20 am
she ate like a pig. trump has said and done... you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> so glad you stayed with us, 7:20 here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware lehigh valley this weekend. if you're interested in eating and cooking more healthy for your family. head to the camden county library for cooking
7:21 am
demonstrations. get started at 11:00 a.m. it's part of the library's book and cook program designed to promote food literacy. support our veterans with the valley forge chapter 5k run and one mile walk on upper farm road in east norton. peddlers village in bucks county for the 43rd annual apple festival. sample locally grown apples that are baked fresh into apple pie and cider and butter salsa and salsa. that event is outdoors, it's free for admission and parking. that's a look at what's happening in and around the region this weekend. sports is next! f.
7:22 am
grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
7:23 am
z25pmz zi0z y25pmy yi0y i'm afraid you're suffering from fobo?
7:24 am
24-months special financing, fo40% off, and free delivery. at hhgregg. >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, where's the cold that's the question i'm getting on social media at this point. what's happening, here's philadelphia here, the jet stream looks like this, south the line it's warm and north of the line it's cold.
7:25 am
we're going down this way and up this way. this is all warm east of the continental divide. that's cold out there. we need the jet stream to go like this seesaw this way. we need this to spill in from the lower 48. this can't happen because a storms, here's storm number one and two and three, they charge east and hammer the west coast. until this slows down and ultimately comes to an end we'll continue to see the mild conditions. as we move into next week there's another storm here, monday and tuesday there's another storm, wednesday and thursday, here's another one, it's almost like a train, storm after storm batters the west coast. until this pattern stops we'll see the mild temperatures. doesn't look like this will breakdown until the middle of the month.
7:26 am
>> thanks for the update. in sports this morning, eagles explain releasing josh huff after his run-in with police. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: good morning, doug peterson explaining himself after releasing josh huff despite originally saying he would play. >> first of all i was not persuaded. i try and everybody in the organization from mr. lori down we want to keep everybody if we can. and we just felt for the best of the organization, for the team, that this was obviously the best. >> reporter: with huff gone bryce tregg will be activated a former undrafted agent released from the 49ers says he is ready. >> reporter: are you excited to show people what you can do at this level. >> definitely, i'm excited to show myself, put myself in a
7:27 am
position to win, run down on gun or kickoff. whatever the teamed needs me to do i'll do it. >> reporter: theky sample ice cream. the owls allowed 160 yards. they shut out yukon, 21-0. we'll have more on the big win on temple football play book, 9:45 a.m. on schanl -- channel 6. finally if you had to wait 180 years for the a parade you will pull out all the symptoms. an estimated 5 million people took to the streets, so basically nobody went to work or school. they went there. the trophy was carried on top of a moving bus, team held a rally at grant park even the river turned blue. i was basically the only person
7:28 am
not at that parade yesterday. have a great morning, that's sports. >> 7:27 south jersey sweetheart kim carly lloyd married her long time boyfriend. lloyd a delran notify tied the knot with brian holland a golf pro at trenton country club, they need together for 15 years, congratulations. attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose.
tv-commercial tv-commercial
7:29 am
pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania. "new fallout for donald trump." "should a woman be punshied for having an abortion?" "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would, suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising.
7:30 am
>> a risen of water, a -- a river of water, a main breaks sending millions of gallons of water into a shopping center. police in south jersey are investigating the discovery of a man shot in the head on a main south jersey thoroughfare. it is day five and no deal in sight. we'll have the latest on the deadlock between septa and the workers union. first, outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and the exclusive accuweather forecast. you have a jacket on right now, but won't need it all day. >> reporter: i have a wind breaker on, it's cold out here you can -- but not terrible considering the time of the year. 30s enthe board, the exception along the coast where you're near the water.
7:31 am
41 in cape may. everyone else in the mid to upper 30s. lancaster, 37. it's colder than the same time yesterday, but considering the time of year it's not too bad. 24 hour temperature change anywhere from 10 to 21 degrees colder than 24 hours ago. satellite and radar we have high pressure in control today that means a bright, sunny day is on tap for the delaware and lehigh valleys. comfortable breeze and temperatures in the 60s we'll see a repeat performance for tomorrow, as well. there's no issues at least in the weather department this weekend, unity cup taking place at citizens bank park this afternoon, perfect conditions for this. temperature climbing into the 60s and just the slightest breeze. 2:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 4:00 p.m., 62. 6:00 p.m., 60, championship game liberia versus the ivy coast. should be perfect.
7:32 am
a near flawless weekend is protected for accuweather for the delaware and the lehigh valleys. next week, some locations quo -- could get closer to 70 degrees, i'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> 7:32, police are looking to track down two men after two children were shot while they were playing. chopper 6 hd above the scene central avenue in delaware county. the 11-year-old girl and 13-year-old boy was rushed to the children's hospital. two men were seen running away from the shooting. have you seen this right here, take a look at this, an unbelievable scene at an east falls shopping center, 6 million gallons of water was sent rushing into the street after a major water main break. 75 people were rescued.
7:33 am
this is not the first time residents and businesses had to endure this. dann cuellar has the details. >> reporter: from chopper 6 hd you get the idea of what's happening. a gusher of water pouring out of a water main break that turned the lot into a river. some customers were through this before. >> i looked out the window, hell no, i started hopping out the store. >> reporter: i panicked. >> it looked like a body floating in the water, but it was a mannequin washed out of the store. fire rescue crews moved people in rafts to safety. >> we rescue 75 people and sheltered 150 in various locations throughout the water department. >> reporter: philadelphia water department said this is the 4th time one of the transportation lines have ruptured since 2015.
7:34 am
because of the history. >> the valves were not fully opened. we wanted to get a quicker shut. it's 100-plus turns. >> reporter: to shut the ball valve? >> yes. >> reporter: 6 million gallons of water spewed out causing roughly $500,000 worth of damage to businesses and cars. >> the water was up here, i was stomping it and wringing it and stomping it. >> reporter: some customers thinks it may be time to find another place to shop. >> this place is cursed. >> reporter: this is the site of the old tastykake bakery. before this latest break, the water department had placebos to reroute the -- had plans to reroute the transmission lines but it takes time and money.
7:35 am
a major court ruling seems to be derailing talks between septa and the union. they called off face-to-face meeting yesterday. that's when a judge decided not to accept septa's request to force workers back to work. >> people in philadelphia are finding alternate ways to get where they have to get. they are walking, riding bikes, leasing cars and sharing rides. >> we're not going to lie down why we can't resolve the strike and watch our passengers suffer, not going to do it. >> there is concern that the strike could effect voter turnout tuesday if contract talks go anywhere. both sides return to court monday morning when septa asks a judge to file an injunction to halt the strike on election day. we'll continue to monitor the
7:36 am
strike throughout the weekend, be sure to check strike. we'll have updates as soon as any new developments happen. we turn our attention to the race for the white house, we're three days away from election day, hillary clinton has a slight lead in the abc news/washington post poll. she leads trump 47 to 43% that's within the margin of error that means statistically the race is a dead heat in the final weekend before the big election. trump had a busy day on the campaign trail he ended the day in hershey pennsylvania last night. he started the day in new hampshire which is a crucial state for the republican nominee has a chance of beating hillary clinton. trump campaigned in wilmington, ohio yesterday. i want my daughter to embryo up seeing a woman lead our country. >> some major star power rallied for hillary clinton last
7:37 am
night. boo -- bee and her is you say jay-z performed for a crowd in ohio. clinton will be here in philadelphia where katie perry will rally for both at a concert at the mann center. ♪ legendary musician stevie wonder performed a get out the vote concert in center city. he sank at 17th and walnut. we'll have digital coverage on election night join "action news" anchor jim gardner and our panel of experts after the polls close. our special digital coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. on 7:37 a.m., a big celebrating for a worthwhile cause happened in philadelphia. a deserving family received the
7:38 am
keys to there new home in diamond park yesterday. this is marks the 196th home for habitat hue -- humanity in philadelphia. it's going up at 6th an fontain streets in philadelphia. could you help someone choking on food? a heartbreaking story, a for a family who is teaching people with a live saving manuver. a crocodile is lost after a storm. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. look at this beautiful picture, chris, camden skyline. take a picture and share it. "action news" continues saturday morning. >> glad you stayed with us, a
7:41 am
crocodile swept away from its home ended up far away from home. they found him in the middle of a boulevard him they cruised a handy dandy umbrella to brock the creesht from biting its rescuers, before releasing it into a nearby screen. >> you ever notice it's the small ones that are the most rowd like chihuahua.
7:42 am
>> reporter: look at this shot, there's a the forecast, sunshine from start to finish. it will be beautiful out there with temperatures in the 60s, a nice fall day. tomorrow pretty much the same thing, whatever you get today you'll get the same thing tomorrow, very nice stretch of weather for us overlooking the commodor barry bridge. radars are clear, we'll keep it that way all week long of there's couple of showers wednesday afternoon. right now there's a 20% chance that's about it. assuming for a second that never happens. there's another chance on friday a week from now we could see showers, a week ahead looks dry you will see that reflected in the seven-day forecast. 42 degrees, dewpoint, 31. pressure holding steady. winds out of the west at 5 miles per hour. cold to the northwest. fleetwood an slating town, 36. martins week, 31.
7:43 am
saints david, 37. center city, 42 which is ten degrees warmer than glass bore rower at this hour, 3 # -- 32 degrees. satellite and radar again, not much to talk about, high pressure planted right about there, storm track passing on by to the north, west to east across new england stays there for at least the next five to seven days. the wider view shows the same thing. look where the jet is, look at this ribbons of clouds it's where all the storms will travel next week. we have monsoon moisture staying to the west. we'll not have to worry about that. surface maps looks like, cold front approaching to the north, breezy and quiet, seasonable. high pressure in control. as we get into sunday, same thing high pressure in control. the front will come through late in the day.
7:44 am
the air behind is what we call cool, it's not cold. even though it is a cold front, really, we say not much of a change with the air mass. lots of sunshine, again, comfortable. get out and enjoy it. sunny, breezy. dpliefl day -- dlaifl day, 63 degrees. delightful day. starting out with sunshine, 1:00 p.m., 59. 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 63. overnight tonight, 41 degrees outlying suburbs, 48 for center city. tuesday afternoon, election day, pretty much a repeat performance of today. except we'll bump the temperatures up a notch. 10:00 a.m., 54. 1:00 p.m., 64. 4:00 p.m., 67 that's the high for election day. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 today, 63
7:45 am
tomorrow, monday, 58. election day, 67. wednesday, there's a chance of a shower, 63. thursday, 62. friday another chance of a shower, 62 degrees. remember to turn the clocks back one hour and change the batteries in your smoke detecters and car bore monoxide deckers -- carbon detecters. >> remember you can check the storm tracker 6 live at any time at 7:45 a.m., an all new "fyi philly" is coming up tonight, here's melissa magee and alicia vitarelli with a preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." we've got plenty to cheer about.
7:46 am
get comfy with foods that are finger licking good. eat your way to wellness with a personalized menu. we taste k-9 cuisine any human would love. sit back and relax and plan your next night out on the town. that's tonight at 7:30. join us. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips, and he opposes an assault weapons ban. pat toomey stands with the gun lobby and not you. i hope you remember that when you vote. majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising.
7:47 am
7:48 am
7:49 am
saturday morning, 7:48, 42 degrees out there. beautiful shot there overlooking the center city skyline beautiful despite the crane in the shot. chris sowers says it's going to be near flawless go out and enjoy. number of children taken to the hospital has doubled in the last 60 careers. researchers at yale university found the largest increase was among the youngest age group 1 to 4 years old at 205%. ment vast majority getting into drugs that belong to family members. researchers urge parents to lock up prescriptions and properly dispose of older medication. if you were out at a restaurant would you know what to do if someone was choking. a family wants especially
7:50 am
restaurant people to learn how to help. >> sympathy cards are out on display wishing comfort miller davis and his family he lost his wife catherine 6 weeks ago. >> she was the most wonderful kind person i knew. >> reporter: she and miller were together 30 years, traveling and spending time with family. she was out with davis celebrating their anniversary an early dinner at a nice restaurant. >> toward the end of dinner she got quiet. shenn she -- then she got up. >> reporter: they didn't grab her throat like this to indicate choking, but it turns out she was chowing. he yelled to someone to call 911 and the timing of what happened next is a bit fuzzy. a worker came over and tried to doable thrust, by the time that happened, katherine passed out.
7:51 am
she was unconscious and no one knew what to do. an ambulance arrived. emergency workers tried to save her, but too much time had passed. it only takes four to 6 minutes without oxygen tore brain damage to start. katherine died at the hospital after choking on a piece of lobster. >> we had the same question, we found out restaurants don't have to have people on staff that know cpr or the heimlich. >> reporter: party hartman katherine's daughter is trying to change that. she has delaware state representative brian short looking into the issue. several states including new jersey have laws that require restaurants to display posters like this one on how to help one choking. a few states go a step turgt requiring staff -- further
7:52 am
requiring staff to be trained. short says he is working with the delaware association. >> i would like to see more restaurant workers trained, but our community in jen trained an a ware that they can make a dinners in somebody's life. >> it seems like a no brainer, a restaurant would be trained in cpr and the heimlich. >> the family doesn't know if cpr started sooner could have saved catherine, but they hope it could save someone else. >> i posted these demonstrations on my facebook page so you can learn how to save a life. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we take a live look over the philadelphia international
7:53 am
airport. we're back after this stay with us. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
7:54 am
hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to
7:55 am
go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. is buttering up votes for tuesday's election, they teamed up to make this a dairy white house replica. the sculptures are creating their masterpiece from butter. they should are finished up as soon as today. it won't melt. let's talk weather, the unit cup taking place, championship game at citizens bank park between
7:56 am
ivy coast and liberia at p.m., parade of nations at 5:00 p.m. equally nice tomorrow, i got cute with the words there, tried to flip them. 63 the high today, sunny and breezy. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows most of next week looks great. 67 degrees for election day, lots of sunshine, just about all week long, temperatures in the 60s. >> it is now, 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with your preview. >> reporter: good morning, coming up on "g.m.a.," three days out from election day, hillary clinton making the all important push for votes rolling out the red carpet for beyounce and jay-z in ohio. donald trump doubling down on his attacks on hillary. we're breaking down the numbers.
7:57 am
election day cannot come soon enough people suffering from election stress disorder. i convened a panel trump supporters and clinton supporters and showed them how to mediate as a group. >> dan you should have said high in philadelphia. hillary brings out the stars and one of them is taking the stage in philadelphia. while donald trump delivers a message directly to voters in philadelphia. we're waiting for more information on a shooting on route 42 in new jersey. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, make it a great day.
8:00 am
good morning, america. new overnight, the final push. this is the last weekend of the campaign. hillary clinton getting celebrity support overnight from beyonce and jay z and the pantsuit squad. ♪ they're singing her praises. can she make history? >> a glass ceiling to crack once and for all. mad dash. donald trump's whirlwind tour, ten states in three days. taking aim at clinton's celebrity endorsements. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or jay z. the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> all this as a former "people" magazine writer speaks out on camera for the first time accusing trump of sexual assault. plus, our latest abc news tracking poll on the state of


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on