tv Action News at 500 AM ABC February 10, 2017 5:00am-5:31am EST
>> good morning everyone, it is 5:00 a.m., friday, february 10 here's what's happening. >> breaking right now an overturned tractor-trailer in bucks county has created a huge mess, a major highway is closed and 100 people were evacuate because of leaking fuel. find out why a cop ended up in a dance off after he responded to a 911 call, he's got some moves. i think he won that one.
that's in the morning buzz. >> first up, refreeze a lot of schools on delay, that's at 6abc.com. >> reporter: i like the girl in that video, too, she's like yeah, you do it. we have clearing overnight and we're looking at sunshine, and additional clouds riding in from the west. the big story is how cold it is out there. 23 degrees in philadelphia. 21 in trenton. 22 in wilmington, if you're heading out in allentown you're at 20 degrees, these numbers may drop a couple of degrees before they turn around. do put on the extra gear and maybe a scarf and hat and gloves, too, there's a bit of a breeze blowing not as much as yesterday afternoon, but enough to drive the windchill down to 1. feels like 12 in philadelphia, 11 in allentown. 8 in reading, 13 in wilmington, even down the shore, a windchill of 15. as we roll through the day, clouds and sun, clouds increase as the day goes on.
22 by 7:00 a.m. 29 by noon, high of 34 around 3:00 p.m. level off at 33 or 32 for most of the evening, if you have plans to go out tonight, a little brisk, definitely cold and winter gear this evening, on the way out to dinner or a movie. we get milder over the weekend, there's a touch of rain at times, i'll show you what it happens on future tracker 6. >> reporter: an overturned tanker truck that was carrying gasoline a mess in warrington, bus county that had 611, easton road shut down all night. katherine scott is live on the scene, felling e telling us they have uprighted the tanker, 611 is shut down. stick to 309. the tacony-palmyra bridge the last time i showed you this shot, the bridge was up, traffic is moving no problems right now. no problems with the
tacony-palmyra. on the big picture, blue route, i-95, schuylkill expressway, moving in the 50s. the sun and the winds helped dry the roads. we're not looking at any widespread problems just yet. up north you got more snow and the south got rain. you can see the schuylkill expressway, we have crusty stuff off to the side. if it looks wet it's frozen. >> let's go to bucks county, dozens of families are back home they were evacuated as a precaution when the tanker truck overturned and started to leak gas. this was the scene from chopper 6 hd on route 611 in warrington. there's been action there, let's go over to katherine scott she's got an update. good morning. >> reporter: well, tam, around 100 residents were evacuated as a precaution. at 2:30 a.m. they were allowed
to return home. they are working on clearing route 611 easton road here. the update they did haul away the cab of the tanker which overturned. looked like they have righted the tanker, they attached it to a vehicle there. at this point they didn't move it a little bit, but it has not been hauled away from the scene. they are making progress, they are trying to open up the road by 6:00 a.m. but this happened last night around 8:00 p.m. on route 611 easton road and oxford drive. authorities say the driver of a pick up truck was in the southbound lanes of 611, lost control and crossed over into the northbound lanes that's when the pick up was hit by a large tanker truck which was carrying gasoline, one of the drivers sustained a minor injury. both vehicles rolled over, the tanker truck leaked 4,000 gallons of fuel. the fuel leaked into a sewer inlet and controlled into a storm basin. first responders in warrington
and surrounding communitieses -- communities, haz/mat responded. a contractor connected to the tanker was called in to help clean up. red red cross had a local shelter set up a local elementary school. throes lingering smell of gasoline after the cleanup. officials hope to have the road open by morning rush. they are making progress, they did right the tanker and attached it to the another vehicle, the cab has been hauled away, but there's work left to do here. live in warrington, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> also breaking this morning, philadelphia police stopped a home invasion in progress and rescued two women who were tied up and being held up at gunpoint. they say a man kicked open the back door of the home on south 66th street at 2:00 a.m. and held a knife to one of the
victim's 0 throats. three people took part carrying guns and knives. we'll have a live report in the next half-hour of "action news" to describe how alert neighbors helped the rescue of the women. breaking overnight, an 18-year-old man was shot and killed while sitting inside his house. it happened on the 6700 block of north 15th street in west oak lane section at 11:45 p.m. the gunman fired 13 shots through the window and the front door, the victim ran to a neighbor's house and collapsed. police rushed him to the hospital where the young man died. police say the victim was under house arrest. a corner store holdup went wrong for the robber carrying it out. the mask man burst into the deli dplangtd -- demanding money. the owner pulled out a gun and shot the man. the suspect is being treated for
multiple gunshot wounds and the owner is licensed to carry. 5:07 a.m., the correction officer killed in a prison uprising last week in delaware will be laid to rest. funeral services will takes place at delaware state university on saturday. floyd was killed in smyrna when the prisoners took four hostages he saved his fellow workers biwarning them of a trap. philadelphia historic commission is meeting today and could designate three buildings on sansom street as historic assets. toll brothers real estate company obtained permits to pull down the buildings.
president trump spoke to china's president since taking office. the two leaders discussed several topics, he said he was committed to honoring the one china policy and not challenge china's claim over taiwan. japan is -- japan's prime minister is expected to visit the white house. the winds did dry out the roads, but on sidewalks in the shadows, there could be problems, maybe on side streets where there was drainage on it is roadways. storm tracker 6 live shows us the active snow is gone. let's head outside we have dilworth park on sky6 live hd, couple of folks walking around early, but they are bundled you.
we have temperatures to start out, 23 in philadelphia. 22 in wilmington, 26 in cape may. and then 20 up in allentown. as i said at the top of the hour a little bit ago, we are looking at windchills in the single digits in the northern suburbs and down around 12 to 14 in philadelphia. it feels cold out there, even though the winds are not all that strong they are running 10 to 14 miles per hour across the region. you can see how you'll need sunglasses on the highways and by ways and the clouds get thicker as the day goes on. the big story is the temperature and the winds and how cold it will feel. 29 is the high in the lehigh valley for example. brisk and cold with windchills in the upper teens even at the best of times, getting into the low 20s later today. at the shore, 38 degrees is the high, you'll have windchills in the mid to upper 20s across the morning and afternoon. in philadelphia, sun giving way
to clouds today, brisk and cold high of 34 degrees, you can see how the winds are not as strong as yesterday where we had the winds advisory and blustery gusts. i could hear that outside my window all afternoon. 8 to 16 is enough to give you windchills. noon, feeling like 20 in the city, teens up north. later in the day it will feel better as the winds die down. if you're heading out tonight we're expecting a dry evening, but it will be cold, so winter gear all around. 30 in philadelphia. 25 in the suburbs with mostly cloudy and dry conditions. for the weekend, 49 degrees on saturday, much warmer, by the time we head into sunday, it does look like a wave of low pressure comes in keeping us cloudy and giving us spotty light rain showers. 34 and cold today.
tomorrow afternoon, 50. 48 on sunday, rain at times, but not a washout. monday, breezy and bright in the morning, 43 degrees is the high there. valentine's day good day for snuggling, 46 degrees and 47 on wednesday with clouds and sun. thursday in the afternoon or evening we're looking at the arrival of rain or perhaps some snow. >> no big cold snaps, except for today, obviously. >> 5:11, up next, an suv slams into a house in new england. a nearby store surveillance camera caught it happening. see the heart stopping moment a school bus flipped on its side with children inside. karen. >> reporter: we're on the blue route, ramps to the i-95 the ramps are in good shape maybe a little shine here or there. no widespread problems, doesn't mean we don't have issues. we'll talk about the big closure in bucks county coming up. >> welcome back you're taker
ago live look here, philadelphia international airport. expect some continued delays and cancellations as they try to get everything back to normal after yesterday's snowstorm. at the peak yesterday more than 6,000 flights were canceled. >> let's turn to karen rogers she is watching the roads, let's see if there's any iciness out there. >> reporter: we'll search for icy patches, but the big closure we want to talk about, 611 shut down between easton road and bristol road.
overturned tanker an issue. chalfonte, bucks county. we can see snow on the roadway, here and there. for the most of the apartment it is off to the side. be careful to the north butler pike anything looks wet it's frozen solid. we have an accident monroe township gloucester county black horse pike northbound approaching lake avenue. watch for that accident. 42 looks clear, nobody is slipping or sliding. we had sun and wind that helped to dry things out. it's cold, though, 23 degrees in philadelphia. when you factor in the wind, the windchill is 12. windchill in the single digits in the lehigh valley. 12 in millville. a whopping 15 in cape may. surveillance video shows the moment an suv slammed into a house in pelham, new hampshire. the impact was so strong it shifted the home's foundation. the driver was taken to the
hospital with broken bones. the five people inside at the time were not hurt. some parents are calling for seat belts to be added to school buses following the release of video that shows what happened when students in ohio were involved in a crash. dayton public schools released the video of accident that happened last week. hard to watch, students go flying with one child's legs flying in the air. despite the impact those seats generally protect children, only one of the students had minor injuries. the flyers held a moment of silence for a high school hockey player who collapsed coming off the ice and later died this past monday. nick vaughn played for springfield high school in montgomery county while singing the national anthem, lauren hart wore a wissahickon jersey. the mother of two american born children was deported.
cheese probably dissent accident top of the list of getting your sweety for valentine's day unless you're from the cheese loving state of wisconsin. a shop is selling pink and red cheese curds. it promises to ship in time for valentine's day. >> reporter: something to think about people on a friday. 202 schuylkill expressway northbound traffic on the left heading toward the turnpike, moving fine, we're seeing a dusting of snow off to the side.
watch for a slick spot or two, no widespread huge problems. mass transit showing everything on time dave. >> reporter: like the time i got my wife a pink lawn table. it was a bad idea. 22 by 8:00 a.m. it will be cold and brisk on the bus stop. we have windchill around 1 degrees and single digits in the northern and western suburbs. if you're planning to head out to the market, today will be cold, but we'll have dry conditions for you. sunshine to start out, increasing clouds as we go through the day, 34 degrees is going to be your high at 3:00 p.m. there's not a lot change afternoon and the temperatures while it won't be super windy, a little bit brisk with windchills in the 20s even later in the day. do keep that in mind if you're heading out later on. all green aircraft at the airport, no major delays and no sign of precipitation in the travel cities. going on "healthcheck,"
mediterranean diet gets high marks in adults now it's beneficial for children. a study found that children who followed the diet are less likely to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyper activity disorder. children with adhd eat more sugar than processed foods than their piers. mediterranean diet has less meat, carbs and processed sweet than that typical american diet. "action news" investigation finds a convicted felon has been working at a car dealership with access to customer's financial information. >> reporter: the feds say he bilks seniors out of millions of dollars in a an international marketing scheme. why is he working at a local car dealership after being convicted in the scam.
>> when i seen what was going on, i didn't want to be a part of it. >> reporter: we tracked down the man who is facing a sentence up to 70 years behind bars. >> can you tell us what happened to the millions that you stole from the people. how he stole the money and could more be at risk again. we'll have the answers as part of our "action news" investigation tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> 5:22 up next in the morning buzz, a police officer shows off his dance skills when he responds to a 911 call. we'll show you why. >> still to come, it's called the unluckiest timeout ever for a ucla cheerleader she is okay. first up, "g.m.a.'s" first look. >> reporter: new outrage over president trump's immigration crackdown. in downtown l.a. a crowd blocked a freeway entrance protesting a federal immigration crackdown in southern california that
officials say is aimed at deporting violent criminals. but this morning, an arizona woman without a violent history has been deported, too. now she can only see her two kids if they cross the border from their arizona home to mexico. [inaudible]. >> reporter: federal immigration officials say her case underwent review at multiple levels and the judges held she did not have a legal bases to remain in the u.s. we'll have the latest live from arizona at 7:00 a.m. aim clayton zan de -- asandell
>> welcome back you're taker ago live look, this is one of the streets up in boston, while we dpolt snow around here -- got snow around here yesterday, they got a lot more. you can see the accumulation on the sidewalks and the top of cars. it will be cleared out for everybody to get going. they have blacktop and so do we. we have concerns about black ice this morning. >> good thing they got the parade in for the super bowl on tuesday. they have a problem with a lot of the snow there today. the morning buzz now, a police officer in canada thought he was
being called to break up a fight, instead he found himself in a dance-off. not bad, he was responding to a 911 call about a possible fight. when he arrived, figure out it was a group of college students doing a music video. students admit they were initially nervous, they feared he was going to make them leave. as it turns out, he has experience and showed him what he's got. the video has been seen more than a million times. >> two women were rescued by police early this morning during a home home invasion, police were able to arrest the appears from southwest philadelphia. an airplane burst into flames on the runway at jfk, those stories and more when "action news" comes right back.
get ready for the refreeze from ice and slush lingering from yesterday's snowstorm. >> good morning, it is 5:30 a.m., february 10. let's go over to david murphy and karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: like karen has been saying, there could black ice out there, if something looks wet be careful under foot and under tires. we have a lack of cloud cover this morning, we're looking at sunshine to start out, but man, is it cold. the clouds filtering in from the west as the day goes on. 23 in philadelphia. 22 in wilmington. 20 on the nose in allentown. 21 in trenton, 23 in millville. winter coats, right, yeah, right, but consider there's a light breeze that's knocking the windchills down, feels like 12 degrees as you step outside in philadelphia. very close to that in trenton, wilmington, millville, a little better down the shore,