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6:00 a.m., friday, september 15. breaking right now, terror on the train. details are pouring in describing an explosion that rocked a london subway train this morning. >> someone fired 14 bullets into a home in southwest philadelphia wiewkd two women inside -- wounding two women inside. >> a racial incident is under investigation on the temple campus this morning. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, we're not too chilly, and somewhat muggy overnight. the cloud cover has spun off the coast. i'm looking at the sliver of
moon and the planets above the terrace. 67 degrees in philadelphia. 65 in allentown. 64 in wilmington, obviously -- fairly comfortable is what i'm trying to say on the terrace right now. dewpoints have slipped in philadelphia, and trenton, too, down in the low 60s. not that humid right now. but stickier later in the afternoon. 67 degrees by 7:00. noon, 80. by 3:00 p.m., 83 warm and humid. there's a chance of a pop-up shower or rumble of thunder as we go through the afternoon and early evening hours. we'll have the weekend call for you, and changes with the track of jose for next week that's ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. karen what you got right there. >> reporter: we have more on the breaking news, we have serious accidents this is one involving an overturned vehicle hard to see because of the bright lights. we're hearing there are injuries on the scene. this is happening in norristown, montgomery county all lanes are
blocked on markley street at roberts. police are detouring everybody off right here. stick to harding boulevard as the alternate. markley at roberts a big accident involving an overturned vehicle, ems crews on the scene. there are injuries in the big accident. looking at the big picture, the main highways are looking okay. we see speeds in the 50s, we have the green traffic flow. here's the schuylkill expressway, vine is looking good, i-95 moving in the 50s there. we have another accident here, multi-vehicle accident with injuries on the scene with this one. milford township, bucks county blocking all lanes on john fries highway. if you're in the area stick to progress drive. two big accidents in the suburbs that are blocking all lanes. outside live the blue route baltimore pike, southbound traffic heading toward i-95. today so far it's not your main highways, but the suburbs where you're getting hit with
accidents. tam. >> we're going to breaking news. two women are in the hospital with bullets wounds after someone fired several shots into their southwest philadelphia home. this going on while a toddler was present. katherine scott is live outside of southwest detectives with the very latest. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam. the two women are in stable condition at penn presbyterian hospital. there was a 3-year-old girl inside the home at the time. she was not injured in all this. police don't know the motive here, but they believe the house was targeted. there were 14 shots, 14 bullet holes concentrated in and around the front door. let's go to video from the scene in southwest philadelphia overnight where you see derbies investigating overnight and gathering evidence. this happened shortly before 2:00 a.m. on the 5400 block of hatfield street. the 40-year-old resident was shot in the stomach. the 36-year-old friend was hit in the thigh.
officers were able to speak with the victims. the two women were inside the home when they heard loud banging on the front door. one woman looked out the peephole and 14 shots were fired, ten shots through the front door, two through the doorjamb and another two through the siding. each woman was hit once, the bullets tore through the furniture and the ceiling. there was a 3-year-old girl inside at the time somewhere in the house, we don't know where, she was not injured. police believe the shots were fired from across the street. >> due to the fact there were so many strike marks ten on the front door to the property, two on the wall next to the property that entered the house. appears that the shooter intentionally was shooting into the house him priority -- prior to the shots being fired. occupants heard loud banging on the door. >> police did initially count 12 bullet holes in and around the front door, the number was
increased to 14 bullet holes. at this point again, the motive is under investigation. they are reviewingage from nearby surveillance cameras. the shots appear to be fired from across the street. they do not have a detailed description of the suspect. they believe he was wearing a mask. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> let's get to breaking news an explosion went on a train at a subway station in london. you're looking at aerial photos. british authorities are treating this as an act of terror. people at the subway green parson station are sharing pictures on social media. they say the sound set off a stampede during the height of the morning rush. no fatalities, but some were injured in the blast, while others were trampled in the pandemonium. an official said this is an isolated incident. london has been targeted with
several terror attacks this year, people are jittery. stay with "action news" an 6abc.com for updates. a racially charged incident is under the investigation on the campus of temple university. african-american students tell officials they came home to find this banana on the door handle on the dorm room of morgan hall this week. they happen to be the only black students on the floor according one of the roommates. temple senior director sent a letter discouraging the behavior. one of the students tell "action news" the school plans to discipline whoever is responsible and temple is working to make the targeted students feel comfortable on campus again. it's been a week since hurricane irma hit the florida keys. all these days later people are not able to to go back to their homes and more than 2 million people in florida don't have
power. a criminal investigation is underway at a nursing home in south florida where 8 elderly patients died on wednesday. the nursing home felt like an oven having gone three days with no power or air-conditioning. in the virgin islands volunteers are trying to address the salute devastation because of hurricane irma. there's no water or electricity on st. john. female employees are suing google for paying people based on on their gender. maribel aber has more. three former google works are suing the tech giants they claim they were placed in lower level jobs and male workers with similar qualifications leading to lower pay. they are denied promotions leading to better career
advancement. the labor department has accused the company of underpaying their female workers. do you closed at a record high. macy is hiring 80,000 workers for the holidays down from 83,000 from last year. 18,000 of the new workers will be used to fill full online orders. dave, matt and tam, you're christmas gift is all wrapped up. >> she sends two, one for the overnight, one for us, because they only leave us crumbs, they are so good they consume them all. >> maribel can you send three new ties and socks. >> reporter: i could use a car
car -- storm tracker 6 live double scan, what have we got, nothing showing in the way of rain as we look outside, we have the commodore barry bridge, lots of blue sky above. we'll start out sunny, you can see clouds in the distance, if you're closer to the coast, it might be cloudier. 65 in allentown. 16 in reading. 64 in wilmington. philadelphia, 67 down from a couple of hours ago. cape may, 71. future tracker 6 showing it's a mixture of clouds and sun. as we get into the afternoon there's a chance of a pop-up shower or rumble of thunder. most of the time the area is dry. once we get into the evening hours we're seeing what we see in the afternoon falling off the board. lehigh valley clouds and sun, humid, shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out. 82 degrees, warm and humid, dry most of the time. down the shore we have the issue with rip currents that's going to hold through the weekend into next week with jose churning to
the southeast and heading in our direction more or less. still humid today, 79 degrees. if philadelphia, clouds, sun, humid, can't rule out a pop-up shower here or there. that's not going to be the rule today just a little pop up here and there. high of 83. it gets warm this afternoon. temple football, u mass in town temple going against the u matt minute men. muggy 79 in the first quarter and 73 in the 4th quarter. tropical storm jose is expected to become a category one hurricane looks like it's coming up the east coast. the new model runs in today shift the storm closer to us. the cone of possibility goes up to the delaware river for the center of the storm. the likelihood stays off the coast.
category one would produce rain and wind and problems at the shore. i would point out the spaghetti plot models are shifting closer to the coast. he this one outliar has this coming in close to us. we need to keep our eyes on that. tropical depression has formed in the atlantic. that will become tropical storm lee saturday or over the weekend. looks like it stays that strength as it heads halfway across the atlantic. there's another depression in the atlantic that may form into something over the next several days. 83 degrees is the high, warm and humid. tomorrow, 84. boston days could foocht e -- feature a pop-up shower or rumble of thunder. sunday, 83. we could get an isolated downpour. i would not cancel weekend plans. cowdz -- clouds and sun on
monday, 80. tuesday, 78 degrees, jose arrives. rosh hashanah on tuesday. police clash with protesters on a college campus out west. >> samsung and apple go head to head. >> reporter: we have an accident i-95 southbound approaching academy, it was blocking the two right lane, looks like it's blocking a lane now, you can see how slowly traffic is moving right now heading toward center city. we have a big accident involving an overturned vehicle. i'll take you there live coming up next. >> welcome back we have a brand
new update to the breaking news out of london. metropolitan police are confirming this is a terror attack on the subway. this is a view of the station at the parsons green station in southwest london. you can see the emergency workers and police on the lower station. there were flames, but the device did not fully explode. injuries are reported, some from the explosion and some from people stampeding to get away from the scene. there's no word of any fatalities. prime minister teresa may will hold an emergency cabinet meeting later this morning. london mayor's is urging people to remain calm and vigilant. >> karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: good morning, we have a big problem no
norristown. last time i showed you this shot we had an overturned vehicle, ems crews out there. what a change. markley street at robert street moving better. we had a serious accident in norristown that cleared. we have other problems out here, i want to go back to this one real quick. ridge road in west rock hill township. we have an accident involving a downed pole. the accident cleared, but the crews came back to fix the pole. ridge road between county line road and thousand acre road. stick to state road in west rock hill township a vehicle slammed into a pole. crews came back to fix it they had to shut it down. let's check another accident scene on i-95. we see police and emergency workers penndot on the scene blocking the lane in kind of a
busy area that's why you see the traffic slowing i-95 approaching academy you can see the lane blocked that's causing delays as we look at the travel times, now a 26 minute ride. it's kind of early to get the ride. 26 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. you can see the green traffic flow on the schuylkill expressway and 42. no big problems there. i was checking the commuter traffic report. i found someone reporting an accident just in on the waze app towamincin. fog got worse in the poconos, one mile. to the north and west, it's a bit of an issue. no issues at philadelphia international. five miles at atlantic city airport. 67 degrees right now in the city, feeling good out there, it's warm today, high of 83. tam. >> thank you, karen. police in riot gear kept protesters orderly on the california berkeley campus.
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63 in trenton. 64 in wilmington, 71 at this hour in cape may. just a little bit humid out there. it stays warm and h afternoon. 80 by noon, high of 83 at 3:00 p.m., by 7:00 p.m., 79 degrees that spotty shower chance as we go into the afternoon maybe early evening, probably knocks off pretty quick, though. at the airport, all green aircraft on the big board no delays and no sign of rain in our big travel delings -- destinations. a scare for a big broadway star. two women are wounded in a house that is riddled with bullets. katherine scott has more. >> reporter: a gunman opened fire shooting 14 bullets through the front door hitting two women inside. we're live with all the details at 6:30 a.m.
>> president and bob corker will meet today since he questioned the president's stabt stabt -- stabt and confidence over -- stability and confidence over the summer. comes after a possible deal between the democratic leaders. chuck schumer and nancy pelosi said they had made a deal with the daca and the wall, president
trump said no deal was made. bette midler said she is fine after taking a tumble on the new york stage during hello dolly. two pieces of the set collided and she tried to get out of the way and ended up falling instead. the curtain dropped for a short time, as they say the show must go on and it did. she was back after ten minutes to complete the performance. >> north korea has sent another missile over the country of japan. >> an terror attack in london, we'll bring you the latest on what happened. we sip, we peel,
two women have been shot. >> more breaking news overseas, police are investigating an explosion in london declared as an act of terror. >> neighborhood watch neighbors band together to keep trouble-making teens off their block. >> let's outside to david murphy and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: good morning, everybody we're off to a clear start across the region. cloud cover and showers pushing off the coast. there could be a pop-up shower around this afternoon maybe a brief thunderstorm in a couple of corners of the neighborhood, but general dry for most of you. 67 in philadelphia. 65 in alton un. allentown. 63 in millville. down the shore, cape may, 70 degrees at this hour. dewpoints have dropped over the last couple of hours, low 60s, not too humid here, a little stickier down south with the higher dewpoint numbers.
as we go through the afternoon, noon, 80 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 83 degrees that's the high. pop-up shower or rumble of thunder in the afternoon tapering off this evening, that hopefully means dry conditions for phillies and temple football in philadelphia. both of the games should get through just fine. as we step inside we'll talk about the weekend kind of humid there and possibly changes in the track of jose next week that's ahead. >> reporter: i've got accidents to get to, as we look live you can see the ambulances on the scene with the accident. downingtown chester county if you're coming in from thorndale this morning you've got a back up on the 30 bypass, eastbound 322. left lane is blocked with emergency workers and ambulances and police on the scene with the accident. it tweeted it out before police arrived. there are injuries on the scene. traffic crawling along, jammed from barnsville road to 322 it
will be slow from thorndale heading into 322 eastbound. milford township bucks county we have an accident involving three vehicles, there are injuries on the scene. this has been shut down for a while. johns fries highway closed at plainfield drive. i-95 southbound approaching academy. we have an accident blocking two lanes. penndot on the scene. they have pushed it off to the side. we have a backup on i-95 southbound slowing down to check out the accident scene. we don't have the lanes blocked i-95 southbound approaching academy. you have to watch for that accident off to the side. a vehicle slammed into a pole the pole is down, the crews blocked the road to fix it. >> a woman checks out a loud noise at the door of her southwest philadelphia home and then she and her friend are
ambushed by gunfire. let's get to katherine scott live at southwest detectives with the latest, katherine. >> reporter: matt, there's two women in the hospital right now in stable condition. there was a 3-year-old inside the home at the time she was not injured in all this. police say that's lucky, because there were 14 shots fired in and around the front door, let's go to video from southwest philadelphia overnight where you can see police on the scene gathering evidence. this happened shortly before 2:00 a.m. police say two women a 40-year-old who lives there and her 36-year-old friend were inside a home on the 5400 block of hatfield street when they heard loud banging on the door. one of the woman walked over and -- women walked over and look out the peephole when 14 shots were fired through the front door. police were called and they took the woman to penn presbyterian.
the 40-year-old was shot in the stomach, the 36-year-old was shot in the thigh. the friend's daughter was inside the home. we don't know where she was, she was unscathe. initially police counted 12 bullet holes, the number rose to 14. >> the 1 shots entered the live -- 12 shots entered the living and dining room area striking two people, bullets we- went into the living room and dining room wall and the ceiling. >> reporter: police say the shots were fired from across the street. they don't have a description of the gunman, they know he was wearing a mask at the time. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> we just received new details on the breaking news coming out of london. a fire on the subway was declared a terrorist incident. a rider tweeted the pictures of objects on fire looks like a bag inside a pale. minutes ago the police say the
device did not explode. one can only imagine the damage ended if it had gone off. happened during the height of the morning rush while the train was stopped at parsons green station in southwest london. police say this appears to be an isolated incident him there are multiple injuries, but no fatalities. 18 people were taken to the hospital. a mix of people with burns from the device and people hurt in the stampede to get away from the station. prime minister teresa may called for an emergency cabinet meeting in a little over an hour. london mayor is urging for all londoners to remain calm and vigilant. we'll follow the breaking news on air and 6abc.com. and developing right now, the united nation security council is holding an emergency meeting today to discuss continued nuclear threats by north korea. kim jong-un launched an missile
over japanese aerospace, the longest yet for the second time in three weeks. it's a clear act of defines coming days after the security council imposed new sanctions on the rogue nation. in a rare move south korea responded to the launch by immediately conducting a simulated strike of the north korea launch site. japan told people to seek shelter in their basement. the missile was in the air for 20 minutes before splashing down in the pacific ocean. rex tillerson aid the provocation deepen his the north korea diplomatic and economic isolation. neighbors gathered at second and ritner street last
night to discourage juvenile bad behavior. teens attacked a man. without a budget spending plan in place, the pennsylvania state bank account is expected to go below zero. they have a budget, but no agreement on how to pay for it. on wednesday, the house approved a plan to borrow money from transportation and environmental protection, but the governor is against that. the administration has not said how it's going to manage unable to pay every bill on time. the state treasurer is against a short term loan. something cool the spectacular public art display kicks off the 100th birthday. 1,000 illuminated lanterns
floated through the parkway petalled with a petty cab. the called firefly featuring chinese artist. >> the petty cabs you see is from my hometown that celebrates multiculturalism. it becomes a festival for local people. >> the public will get free rides on the petty cabs. the show runs through october 8 from 6 to 10:00 p.m. >> if you get a ride on the petty cab is tonight a good night. >> reporter: i love the coordination. >> like cirque du soleil on the parkway. >> reporter: looks like a decent night tonight, tam. right now we're dry across the region, the green the typical ground clutter you get when you search for rain drops. you're getting feedback from the hill tops around the radar.
in any event as we look outside, we get a nice view of the ben franklin bridge. lots of sunshine coming up early and overall we're expecting sun and clouds mixing today a slight chance of a pop-up shower or rumble ever thunder later in the day. 67 in philadelphia. 63 in trenton. 65 in allentown. 61 in reading, down in cape may we're at 70 at this early hour. future tracker 6 shows you it's basically sun and clouds between now and noon. we get into the afternoon there's a chance of a pop-up shower. it's the 3:00 p.m. view, not everybody sees this, but it's possible we squeeze out an isolated downpour here and there. 7:00 p.m., heading out on the town not bad at all. in allentown, clouds and sun, humid, can't rule out a thundershower high of 82. down the beach, 79 degrees, humid, rip currents an issue through the weekend and through next week. not a good time to be swimming, but pleasant on the beach, otherwise. clouds and sun in philadelphia,
humid, spotty shower ceabt -- can't be ruled out. 83 degrees. temple football, u mass coming to town without a win on the season. temple 1-1. maybe 2-1. 79 in the first quarter. 73 in the 4th quarter. humid and dry, same thing across the street at citizens bank park where the reese hoskins shows continues. tropical storm jose, as expected is out of category strength but expected to go back up there later today or tonight. it comes up the coast, the new track as you can see during the day tuesday into wednesday are closer to the coast. the cone of possibility extends to the delaware river. the most likely track is off the coast, it's close enough to see rain on tuesday, the rip currents and heavy surf
continues along the coast. all the spaghetti plots are shifting closer to the coast. this outliar not going to happen, but keep your eyes on jose. we have tropical depression number 14 which becomes a tropical storm quickly tomorrow. lee another system has another 40% chance of becoming maria over the next couple of days. tropics not done with us just yet. 83 degrees tomorrow, clouds and sun on saturday, humidity, 83. an isolated shower or downpour possible in the humid air mass. mainly dry skinny, sunday, 83. monday, clouds and sun, humid, 80. jose tuesday passes us by. rain is possible at this point. some of that could spill into wednesday morning. tuesday's high, 78. wednesday, 82. rosh hashanah arrives in the evening on wednesday, looks like
we're getting back into nice territory. >> 6:41 a.m. fraternity under fire there's new details about a student's sudden death at lsu. >> women drag aman as they try to steal his phone. >> reporter: this is coatsville not moving on 30 bypass eastbound past 340. i'll take you to the accident scene. we have a new one in new jersey on route 42 it's a mess today. all that is coming up next.
>> reporter: this is downingtown, chester county, 30 bypass, eastbound at 322. looks like the car smashed into the guardrail. there was a ambulance here earlier, this is the delay right here. check out the travel time on the 30 bypass, now, a 43 minute ride from route 10 to 202. 43 minutes sitting on the 30 bypass, if you're coming in from thorndale or coatsville you're jammed from this point to approach 340 to 322 where we have an accident here. we had an ambulance here earlier. looks like the car smashed into the guardrail here. it's a mess if you're in downingtown and chester county with that one. an accident 42 southbound past 676 watch for this accident blocking two lanes, police on the scene with this, as well. milford township we have an
vehicle that slammed into a pole, johns fries highway. they vehicles involved there were injuries on on the scene. looking at the travel times, slowing on i-95 we have an accident off to the shoulder near academy. slowing on the schuylkill expressway westbound between the vine and the blue route. eastbound on the schuylkill expressway we have an accident eastbound on the schuylkill expressway near strawberry mansion drive you want to watch for very slow speeds eastbound on the schuylkill expressway. a lot happening today. suddenly like can't drive friday. we're dry out there we see areas of fog here and there. 3 miles in mount pocono, .8 of a mile new number coming in from atlantic city. an autopsy is planned today for louisiana state university student. police are investigating his death as a possibly fraternity
hazing incident. 18-year-old maxwell gruber died yesterday. police are trying to figure out if alcohol was a factor. lsu has suspended the fraternity as well as all greek activities pending the outcome of the investigation. happening today a judge may rule in the murder trial of a former white police officer who shot and killed a black suspect in saint louis. jason stockily testified he shot anthony smith because he thought he was reaching for a gun. prosecutors say stockily planted the weapon. the mayor of st. louis i say and the governor are urging calm as they prepare for the protest over the judge's decision in the bench trial. the national guard is on standby.
>> more breaking news coming up on "good morning america." >> we're joining robin roberts we're talking about the london subway attack. it is just coming in saying it's an ied,. >> reporter: that's right, matt and tam we'll be live in london after the small explosion on the train. firefighters escorting passengers to safety across the
tracks. police calling it a terror attack. we'll have the latest details coming in. details on the murder of a pregnant school teacher her boyfriend behind bars days after an emotional plea how police set him up to be caught. you don't need to break the bank for the latest styles we're looking at the booming retail market of secondhand clothing how you can be a frugal fashionista. that's coming up on "g.m.a.," happy friday. >> we'll you in a little bit. >> reporter: may happy friday if you're using the 30 bypass. penndot is out with the arrow board. only the right lane getting by. 30 bypass at 322. look at the travel time, 43 minute jam from route ten to 202. extra heavy dave.
>> reporter: in the weather center we have cloud cover and rain off the coast. we'll start out sunny this morning, temperatures are not too bad. 67 in philadelphia. 65 in allentown. 70 in cape may. this afternoon it's warm and humid, 80 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m., 83 that's the high. there's a chance of a pop-up shower or rumble of thunder in spots this afternoon. overall it should be dry, something to keep in mind maybe the kids have a little poncho or hood on their heads in case they are among the few who get hit with that. partly cloudy on the bus stop this morning, a little humid and 68 in philadelphia, tam. >> a man considers himself lucky even though he was dragged down the street by an suv. the robbery was caught on video in l.a. a woman approached a man and asked to brow his phone because of an emergency. instead she got in the suv and drove off with the phone. he tried to chase after her. he got cuts and bruises chasing
some people were hurt by the explosion and some by stampeding getting away from the scene. londoners can expect enhances police station on public transportation. someone fired off a dozen bullets into a west philadelphia home this morning. two women inside the home were shot. they are? stable condition. a -- they are in stable condition. a 3-year-old was in the house at the time she was not hurt. >> reporter: the big story is the mess on the 30 bypass. look at these people, you're going to be late for work. i told people on twitter i'll write you a note. 30 bypass big accident at 322. an accident blocking two left lanes on 42 southbound. >> reporter: we have a mixture of clouds and sun through the afternoon. there's a chance of a pop-up shower and refresh your memory of thunder. by evening should be gone. today's high, 83. above average and warm and
you . good morning, america. breaking terror attack on a london subway. this with what appears to be wires bursting into flames injuring multiple people. passengers on their morning commute. students on their way to school. the stampede as they tried to escape. counterterrorism officials are now investigating. the prime minister calling an emergency meeting. were aive on the scene. new threat from north korea. the rogue nation launching a missile over japanese airspace after threatening to sink the country. alarms blaring. people told to take cover. this latest launch coming just after that hydrogen bomb test. how t this mornin fraternity death. the investigation under way into a possible hazing incid