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a crowd gets unruly and slashes a ambulance tire. >> politics on the football field, nfl players and beyond respond to president trump's attract regarding the national anthem. >> rip currents remain a danger down the shore. >> david murphy has the forecast. >> reporter: stars, planes and planets above me, we have clear skies and the promise of plenty of sunshine. we have cloud cover off to the west by pittsburgh and trying to creep into the delaware coastline. we'll see if it makes it. 70 degrees in philadelphia. 67 in trenton. 635 in allentown. 65 in reading. 67 in wilmington, down the shore in cape may, 68 degrees. once the sun comes up you'll feel it's a little bit humid, dewpoints in the mid 60s across the region. 62 in allentown. you'll not feel too much humidity to start out up there.
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moderate humidity across the region with the mid 60s. it's going to be on the hot side for at least a brief time this afternoon. 70 degrees by 7:00. noon, 85. pretty warm there, 90 is the high today at 3:00 p.m. that's two off the record high. it will be a little bit on the humid side as we go through the afternoon. you will feel it especially if you're out there walking or running or doing outdoor labor. 7:00 p.m., 81 degrees. this warm enjoy it, because the end fortunate week twelve like fall i have have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: boulevard extension live southbound past broad street flashing lights, disabled vehicle, penndot on the scene be slowing on the boulevard extension southbound south of broad street. you want to watch for a slow go with the left lane being blocked there. no other major issues as we look at the big picture throughout the region. we had an earlier disabled
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vehicle on monument road. we have a disabled vehicle here on the ramp from i-95 southbound to girard. we've had several of them stuck out there this morning, watch for that, it's the boulevard and i-95 southbound that are still out there. live in new jersey, on 42, maybe a touch of building volume, but no delay just yet. it's early, coming up from deptford or turnersville looking good on 42 northbound. in wilmington, new castle county we have construction out here, it had just cleared on i-95 between mlk boulevard and 202 that was causing an issue until it cleared, tam. breaking news this morning, things took a scary turn for first responders after a large crowd got rowdy in the city's feltonville neighborhood. somebody slashed a tire on a ambulance and people were standing on top of the vehicle. this happened around 1:00 a.m. on the 4900 block of c street. we are told two people were taken into custody, but no injuries were reported. we'll have a live report in the next half-hour about how this
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situation got so far out of hand. this morning officials with the national transportation safety board will be in a montgomery county neighborhood that's where residents say the usually close roar of an engine told them what was about to happen yesterday afternoon a small plane crashed into a yard. this is a live picture from the action cam on meade road in whitpain township. that's where a plane nearly crashed into a home. police are there holding the scene for investigators. the plane crashed yesterday evening after taking off from wings field which is a mile away. people who live nearby helped pull the pilot from the wreckage, cutting the seat belt from the pilot's neck a move that likely saved his life. we're working on an update about his condition. sports and politics collided on the football field on sunday. in a show of solidarity nfl sent a message to president trump over his comments on the players
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protest. some locked arms and some took a knee including at the eagles game. katherine scott is live lincoln financial field with that part of the story. >> reporter: a lot of passionate opinions at the linc and beyond. envelope has 1700 players on active rosters. 200 chose to protest yesterday that's not including the game tonight for monday night football. >> please join in singing our national anthem. >> reporter: the eagles joined teams across the nfl sending a message of solidarity, at lincoln financial field players linked arms, wide receiver tory smith and safety malcom jenkins stood with their first raised. owner jeffrey lurie nearby. >> as a teammate you got to listen and support them. you might not agree 100%, i tend to agree with a lot of of what's being protested, but i think it was a good day to show solidarity.
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>> reporter: the controversial boiled over last friday when president trump said this about players who take a knee to protest racial and social injustice. >> wouldn't you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag, so get that son of a bleep off the field right now, he is fire. he is fired! >> reporter: one in 8 nfl players did not stand for the national anthem. some need or sat, some remained in the locker room during the anthem. not alejandro villanueva, a former army ranger and philadelphia eagle who stood outside the tunnel at soldier field his hand over his heart, his team inside. president trump maintains his comments have nothing to do with race. >> this has to do with respect for our country and respect for our flag. >> reporter: outside the link groups marched through tailgates supporting players rights to kneel. they were met with support and anger. >> they have gone through this
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journey to achieve this platform. it's their right to have something to say. >> you don't like this country find another one. >> if we're here to protest we have the freedom to do that. >> ink you should stand for the national anthem. that is what we fight for. >> reporter: president trump tweeted on this topic, sports fans should never condone players who do not stand proud for their national anthem or their country. nfl should change policy. a lot of talk about it over the weekend. expect to hear more about this week. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> oh, yeah, they played a game. the eagles pulled off a giant come-from-behind win thanks to their rookie kicker. jake elliot connected on a 61-yarder as the clock spider they lifted the eagles to a victory over the giant. it was the longest kick for a
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rookie and eagles franchise record. >> it was and you and you -- at sounded like a cannon off his foot. was awesome. joel embiid who was there may have had the best reaction to the kick. >> again, please be careful with your knee joel. elliots parents were in the stands to see their son make history. you can see the excitement and emotion, 2-1 eagles face the charges in los angeles on sunday. >> every parent standing out there flag football it's wonderful to see a couple of parents watch their kids dream come true. baggage fees are annoying for you and lucrative for the airlines, even we're finding out by how much.
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maribel aber is live at the nasdaq. >> reporter: airlines charged $7.1 billion in fees up from 3.6 billion in 2010. as the amount of fees collected rise, there are ways to avoid them. southwest doesn't charge for checked bags. stocks barely bundle -- budged amid the north korea crisis. what is the most valuable degree, engineering with income 135 miles per hour. this is according to report of cash lorett. at the bottom of the list was clinical degree of psychology which is had a a income of
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43,000. >> it's been a nice start for people who lament losing summer to fall. it's practically summer. if you're pining for fall, you will not have to wait much longer tore it. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we're dry, as we look outside we have clear skies across the region. boy, nothing but blue building across the ben franklin bridge right now. you can see how calm the water looks in the river as we have light winds this morning, as well. in fact we are calm at the airport. 65 is the current temperature in allentown. 6 in reading. these are comfortable numbers ahead of the sun. 67 in trenton. 67 in wilmington, 70 in philadelphia. 6 degrees in cape may. it's a little bit on the humid side you'll feel that more as the sun gets up over the horizon and you start moving around. shades all around on the highways and byways this morning. i will point out there's cloud cover off the coast that will inch toward the coastline.
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down the shore you might see things cloud up a little bit as we head later in the day. in general we're looking at sunny afternoon across the region. in the lehigh valley, a bit on the humid side, not horrific. 90 is the high. unseasonable hot there. at the shore, sun and clouds, rip currents in the water, 81 degrees the high there. it's a high risk not only in jersey, but along the delaware coastlines today because of the approach of maria. more on maria in a second. lots of sun, somewhat humid, 90. winds are light out of the east at 3 to 6 miles per hour. if you're heading to the phillies you diehards have 6 more games left, the first is tonight. 81 for the first pitch, 73 in the 9th inning. phillies and nationals have 3 of 6 games left. mainly clear and humid, 71 is the overnight low tonight. there's hurricane maria splitting the difference between
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the southeastern united states and bermuda, making move toward the north as a category one. the wind are down to 80 miles per hour we expect it to weaken. we expect it to be a tropical storm always it hangs a right away from us, thanks to a cold front coming in at the end of week. we'll looking at a high risk of rip currents over the next several days. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 90, two degrees off the record high of 92. we'll be on it for a little while. tomorrow, warm and humid, not intense with the heat, 84. wednesday, we begin to transition a bit, partly sunny, breezy, warm high of 80. pop-up shower. friday it feels different. sunny and cooler, high of 75. for the weekend feeling like football weather. we played a bunch of football games college and pro in summer-like conditions. it will be back to more normal
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conditions high of 71 for temple and the union and phillies on sunday high around 70 there. >> thanks, david. 6:12 a.m. is the time life or death decision, an armed church usher confronts a shooter who opens fire on the congregation. see what happens when parents introduce a throw back toy to a toddler. what do you mean there's no touch screen, karen. >> reporter: how did we live and ever survive. this is matt lack street. you're moving better in west chester we'll checked a disabled on the boulevard next. beautiful taking a live look
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here, the commodore barry bridge. it is 6:15 a.m., a warm 70 degrees and humid 70 degrees out there. >> i'm more a fan of the platt bridge, i don't know why. i'm not saying that the barry is bad, i'm just like -- >> reporter: but we get the beautiful sunrise picture. >> if you had a different angle it would be the same. >> matt's contrary. >> reporter: that's the point, you can't like what tam likes. this is the boulevard south of broad street we had a disabled vehicle blocking the left lane. traffic is moving okay. i see the guys stopped right here. i think they are getting ready to merge. thing this is the disabled vehicle off to the side, was blocking the left lane. come on you can merge, it's early, you've got some space,
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no, this guy is going to shoot out before them. i'm waiting for an accident to happen. looks like someone doesn't -- now you can go, they are merging, they are a little slow about it. boulevard extension south of broad street. other problems around the area, we'll go back to that one in montgomery township. 309 bethlehem pike we have an accident that's knew coming into us, another disabled vehicle the latest one in hatboro. the 4th one this morning, cars don't want to work today. i know how you feel. county line road at valley road disabled vehicle in hatboro. turnpike, westbound construction they have cleared traffic is moving better, 67 miles per hour. we have construction starts today they are causing some restrictions in mount laurel, burlington county. they are doing sewer construction hartford road at 6th avenue. they will restrict traffic now,
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but starting october 4 they will close it through january. on the computer traffic report there's an object on the road skippack pike in white marsh. fog is an issue, one mile in lancaster. 8 in philadelphia. 8 in trenton. no problems flying out of philadelphia international. another hot one today, unseasonable so, hot high of 90 matt. indeed. we should learn more today about the gunman who went on a deadly rampage outside a tennessee church. the suspect, emanuel samson killed a woman in the parking lot and went into the church and opened fire. seven people were injured. a church usher tackled samson and tackled him until police arrived. investigators do not know a motive but say he attended the church within the past two
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years. no word if an american airlines plane is heading back to spain yet. it was diverted to philadelphia international airport because of the a problem with the landing gear. the flight took off after 7:00 heading to madrid and diverted back to philadelphia and safely landed at 8:45 p.m. we are told nobody was injured during the landing. president trump's son-in-law jared kushner used his personal e-mail account to communicate with colleagues in the white house. the top aid received or responded to fewer than 100 e-mails with white house officials from his private accounts. they were forwarded news articles or political commentary. well begin testing a service -- >> reporter: tech bytes, ordering hot food from amazon. they will deliver orders from chipotle and five guys and
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nurse ali gorman this is the "action news" health tip. it's good to eat more fruits and vegetables and fall is an easy time to do it. crunchy vegetables are in season like broccoli and brussels proud. high in fiber an inc. pairs are high in -- pears are good, too. >> reporter: they are doing overhead bridge work, you will have to and it and re-enter, the work will start at 9 can a
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single lane closure, stick with i-95 instead of the schuylkill expressway westbound at 30th street. mass transit so far so good everything is on time as you head out the door. >> reporter: in the weather center we have cloud cover down to the south of philadelphia. out to the west we're looking at sunshine early on. these clouds off the coast may have a tendency to push in during the day, but most of us looking at mainly sunny skies. 70 in philadelphia. 65 in allentown. 67 in trenton. 66 in wilmington, 68 in cape may. it's going to be a hot one briefly, 85 degrees by noon, we get a hot high of 90 before heading back to 81 by 7:00 p.m. if you're heading to the airport, all green aircraft no major delays and we're not seeing any signs of rain in our big travel destinations, tam. >> thank you, david. going on to "healthcheck" even though it feels like summer, flu season is around the corner. experts look at countries in the
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unfortunate kind of sizzle when she was bitten by a snake. rachel said she was walking into the restaurant when the copper head snake bit her foot three times. >> i reached down and grabbed my foot because of the amount of pain. under my fingers felt the wiggle. her boyfriend and 13-year-old son stomped on the snake to kill it. she spent five and a half days in the hospital. long horn is looking into the incident and taking steps to prevent it from repeating. >> it's a big week on "dancing with the stars." there are two nights of performances starting with the first elimination of season 25. there are concerns about actress vanessa lachey who injured her toe on friday. terrell owen has to step it up, because he is in the bottom two. you can see the couples take on ballroom night tonight. >> i think it's the costumes that are the winners. >> i'm a big fan of have vanesa
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lachey. i hope her toe is okay. >> 6:27. , a teamy start to the workweek. david murphy has at call from accuweather. >> we have reaction to the rookie kicker's record-setting boot. facing an epidemic
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you may have cause for concern. the signs you spot today... vanessa: ...could save a loved one tomorrow. christie: call 844 reach nj or visit >> breaking now on "action news," tense moments for philadelphia medics when an angry crowd vandalizes their vehicle. happening today federal investigators plan to probe a plane crash that scattered debris all over someone's backyard. >> it's a mild and muggy start, accuweather will start to track fall. >> it will get there, hold on
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to your pumpkin spiced latte. let's go outside to david murphy with weather and karen rogers has traffic good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we have sunshine building over the horizon, the clouds over the coast might come ashore later today, but generally speaking we're looking at sunshine overall. 70 in philadelphia. mid 60s in allentown and reading. 66 in wilmington, and 67 in cape may. dewpoints in the 60s and mid 60s in most spots. that's moderate humidity, i think you will feel that once you start working out or doing work once the sun comes up. 70 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 85. 3:00 p.m., high of 90. that's just two degrees off the record high for this date. 87 by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 81 a little bit on the humid side today but not oppressive. karen rogers it will feel like fall by the end of the workweek and definitely by the weekend,
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i'll have the change in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. what are the roads looking like early? >> reporter: for the most part, the roads are looking okay, today's issue, everywhere we look we're finding disabled vehicles. the boulevard southbound past broad street that cleared. the boulevard extension at ridge avenue, southbound traffic is moving okay as you head toward the schuylkill expressway. a disabled vehicle spring house, montgomery with county. on the ramp norristown, penndot is assisting and set up cones with that one. bethlehem pike and 309 disabled vehicle. disabled vehicle county line road in hatboro. it cleared, so traffic is moving better. disabled vehicle in upper pots glove they are popping up everywhere today montgomery county. route 100 northbound at state street. watch for traffic to be a little slow there. starting to see slowing on 42 northbound coming up from
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turnersville or blackwood. some volume currently at creek road. matt. >> thank you are karen. let's get to the breaking news, a philadelphia medic got caught in the middle of a melee and couldn't go anywhere because someone slashed a tire on the ambulance. jeanette reyes is live at east detectives with an update on the arrest, jennette. >> reporter: matt a tense night to say the least. two people are under arrest this morning after what was described as a chaotic night involving a medic who was responding to a call. take a look at the video one of the suspects under arrest for vandalizing the ambulance. police say it happened along the 4900 block of c street in the feltonville section of the city. medics were responding to a call for help when they found themselves needing assist antibiotic from police. a large fight broke out down the block, things got rowdy and a tire was slashed.
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a group of people suddenly appeared and running in and out of the unit. some were jumping on top of the vehicle. police quickly responded and two people were arrested and no, no injuries were reported, but there is an investigation underway. reporting live in hunting park, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> thank you, jennette. happening today, federal investigators will examine a site in montgomery in a neighborhood where a small plane crashed. the action cam is live meade road in whitpain township, that's where the plane narrowly missed the home yesterday evening. investigators say the plane went down shortly after taking off from wings field about a mile away. quick-thinking neighbors pulled the pilot from the wreckage, they cut the seat belt from his neck likely saving his life. >> we see planes, 4, 5, 6, ten a day, it's a nice view to see the planes go across the field right there. this is kind of a reality wakeup
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check, kind of scary. >> no word on the pilot's condition. >> philadelphia police are looking for two men who fired at police over the weekend. >> you have shots fired at police. >> affirmative. >> reporter: two 22nd district police officers were called to the report of a stolen cell phone on friday night. two men, one armed approached them. according to the police report, one of the officers saw a red laser dot on his shirt and then they heard the gunfire. one of the officers returned fire. the two men took off. neither police officer was hurt. three fallen firefighters in delaware will be honored today marking the passing of a year since their deaths in the line of duty. bronze plaques will honor jerry frickis, christopher leech and ardythe hope. today will be declared an annual
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day of remembrance in the city. firefighter brad speakman led the pack, he was injured in the blaze and recovering from severe burns. >> we could never have believed it happened, but it did, and a year later, everybody has made lots and lots of progress. >> firefighters placed three flags at the scene of the fire in honor of their fallen comrads. 6:36 a.m., president trump has signed off on a for example ban to replace the original one that expired. starting nerkt -- next mon citizens of iran, chad, north korea and libya and yemen will be banned from getting into the united states. senate republicans are make a late bid to win votes for a teetering healthcare bill by
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adding billions of dollars. adding $14.5 billion to the states going to sparsely populated states luring senators from alaska and maine. democrats say the numbers in the bill are misleading. supporters promised a vote this week which has to happen since a rule change will make it impossible to pass anything without democratic buy in, september 30th. >> when you are the hero off a walk off win, you get carried off the field. jake elliot nailed a monster feel goal -- field goal 27-24. >> the longest field goal in eagles franchise history. he will i don't i don't -- ellie there to celebrate. the eagles locked arms in
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solidarity against president trump's protest about the national anthem. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we are dry, heading outside, sunshine coming up aplenty over center city. looks like we're going to stay mainly sunny today with the development of just a little bit of cloud cover here and there. if you're down the shore clouds could get thicker in the afternoon. 70 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 67 a little bit on the humid side you'll feel it if you have a workout this morning or doing outdoor labor. winds are calm, ocean temperature, 73. a lot of suburbs in the mid to upper 60s currently. cloud cover off to the west, clear spaces, you can see the cloud cover coming up from the south in relation to maria is pushing toward the coast. in the afternoon you might see that coming off the water.
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7:00 a.m., 78 degrees. noon, 85, 3:00 p.m., we'll hit that briefly, two degrees off the record high. 85 by 6:00 p.m. this late in the season when you get into the low 90s it's for a short period and you zip down again. 90 in allentown. 91 in reading. 90 in philadelphia. a lot of you on the hot side later today. 89 in trenton, 88 in millville. if you're down the shore, not bad on the boardwalks, 81 degrees in ac. 80 on the promenade in cape may. you have the high risk of rip currents today and tomorrow and wednesday, as well, both in new jersey and delaware with maria on its way. washington nationals in town for the last three games, mild and humid, 81 for the first pitch and 73 for the 9th inning. speaking of maria, that's still a large hurricane although
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weakening in intensity as it splits between the southeastern united states and bermuda, it's a category one. winds dropped to 80. it will continue to weaken. in fact sometime tomorrow or tomorrow night it becomes a tropical storm. in case you missed this over the weekend, the model is jogging this out to the right as a cold front comes through, cooling us down and giving us guidance to the storm, fortunately that's pulling away from us. spaghetti plot models in agreement on this, are with the result of high risk of rip currents. tomorrow, 89 degrees. wednesday, 84. thursday, 80 is the high. spotty showers. friday, the front drops through it's cooler, a lot of sunshine
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and 75 degrees. getting closer to seasonable. this weekend feeling like football weather for a change. we've got enough games to play, might as well feel like it. 71 degrees on saturday, phillies fan appreciation day, the union game looks like 70 on sunday. >> 6:41 a.m., the new normal in puerto rico, people are driving for miles to get cell service. we'll have the latest on the recovery efforts on hurricane maria. >> there's no such thing a free ride. a stunt down under cost this daredevil his freedom. >> reporter: starting to get heavy 422 approaching trooper to 23. already a nine minute ride. we have a jam on i-95 we'll take you there live coming up next.
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>> enjoying the sights from our sky6 live hd camera, taking a look at a lush sunrise over south jersey. >> let's go over to karen rogers it's that time of the morning where the roads start to get a little difficult. >> reporter: that's happening on i-95. you can see the area of yellow with the travel times as you head from woodhaven to the vine, 23 minute ride. betsy ross bridge southbound traffic heading toward center city, jammed from cottman to girard. no accidents at this point on i-95, though. we did have an accident montgomery township 309 bethlehem twiek. pike, it just cleared. we have a disabled vehicle on norristown road to 309 southbound that's causing slowing, as well.
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route 100 northbound at state street a disabled vehicle, they are clearing it out, traffic is moving better on 100 northbound. 30th street, this messes up my commute. construction will shut the schuylkill expressway westbound at 30th street down. it's going to shut down at 11:00 p.m. through 5 m the construction will last each night through thursday night. 9:00 p.m. they come in and restrict traffic they shut schuylkill expressway westbound at 30th street down for the overnight hours, you have to stick to i-95 northbound, you have to exit on and off, but in the middle of the middle of the night it's no fun. the burlington bristol bridge closes 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., for construction. on the waze app i spotted a jam on the blue route northbound with someone reporting an accident watch for this in plymouth meeting. we're looking at visibility down to two miles in lancaster,
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8 miles at philadelphia international. a touch of fog not creating too many problems out there. temperature 70 degrees, the average high is 75. we're soaring up to 90, though, today tam. a train surfing man has been arrested in australia. nervous freeway passengers filmed the stunt on saturday. police in pergt say the -- perth say the 23-year-old man hopped on to the train it was traveling 70 miles per hour. search and rescue operations still operating in mexico city. the faithful gathered in churches. 103 of the 9,000 schools in mexico city will reopen today. many workers are afraid to return to offices fearing the buildings are unstable. inspectors have condemned 1,000 homes. the devastation from
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hurricane maria continues to cripple port reek co. ten -- puerto rico, ten people were killed and many hospitals are without power and are running out of medical supplies. a dam on the west side of the island is in fear of collapsing. a celebration of puerto rico heritage was a needed respite for many who have loved ones on the island. yesterday's parade helped to raise money for the disaster relief effort. our own walter perez helped co-host alongside diego castellanos and llia garcia of univision 6. oh, you brought butch.
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after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration." guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need.
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kim guadagno isn't >> the news continues at 7:00 a.m. with good morning. >> we're joined with robin roberts on this morning we are talking about sunday afternoon and evening the back and forth between the president and many players in the nfl. >> reporter: we're still talking about it too, see you can come together, look at that right here. [laughter]. no worries, matt and tam, that's okay. well michael is backing the
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envelope, united over the weekend. after president trump said players should be fired for taking a knee. we'll speak live with the players our political team will join us. new technology to keep teens safe while driving and put parents atese could knowing every detail of your teen's driving be effective without being invasive. we'll have more on that. he had -- ed sheeran is live performing two new hit songs off his brand new album. >> we're dancing here, we can't wait. ♪ i want to be a millionaire >> you can't ruin it by singing that. that's a song you can't sing
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because there's naughty bits in it. >> reporter: let's go to plymouth meeting, i have an accident involving a trash truck and box truck blocking the two right lanes, what a messy accident on the the blue route, plymouth township, northbound at chemical road heading toward the mid county tolls you're jammed past the schuylkill expressway to chemical road, dave. , in the weather center, karen, we have satellite showing cloud cover creeping close to the coast. as the day goes on, sunshine gives way to clouds. the rest of the area is looking sunny with pop up cumulus later on. 07 in philadelphia. 67 in trenton and reading. 66 in wilmington and 66 in cape may. as we go through the day it will be hot for a little bit. 85 by noon, a fair amount of sunshine by 3. 90 by 3:00 p.m. if the kids are on their way out
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to the bus stop it will be comfortable and humid, temperatures below 70 as they wait for the bus in most neighborhoods. >> tourism in key west is returning two weeks after you remember you -- hurricane irma,e first cruise ship docked since the hurricane hit. key west international airport has reopened for commercial service and most hotels are resuming normal operations. irma devastated parts of the keys, but key west escaped major damage. having a baby. caring for your parents. learning you have a condition. these are moments when people realize that where you get your medicine matters. and they look to us. cvs pharmacy. for advice. and ways to save money.
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>> welcome back federal investigators will be at the site of a small plane crash this morning, the action cam is live showing the wreckage in whitpain township, montgomery county. the plane narrowly missed plowing into a home. no word on the pilot's condition. >> reporter: we have a brand new accident jamming traffic on the schuylkill expressway eastbound past girard. although it's on the shoulder we have ambulance and police on the scene right now. so slowing you down eastbound on the schuylkill expressway heading toward center city. pretty jammed from city avenue to past girard. a big accident on the blue route northbound, dave. >> reporter: sunshine coming up. cloud cover off the coast might creep in, but everybody else looks bright.
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90 degrees is the high, 15 degrees above average. if you're down the shore you have high risk of rip currents in delaware and new jersey today. >> i hope everybody has a good week. we started things off pretty good. >> reporter: we're doing good. >> for david, tam, karen, i'm matt, "g.m.a." is next. our veterans have given us the rights
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and freedoms that we have and we enjoy today. ready. aim. fire. and it's important for us to let them know that we will never forget their service. fire. it was steve's idea to have this cemetery. this was supplied to the veterans, giving us a final resting place. we owe everything to steve for what he gave us here. i wanted to make sure that we just didn't say thank you to veterans, we had tangible things to show, and i think we've accomplished that. [ "taps" playing ]
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good morning, america. the president versus the players. hundreds of athletes sending a message to president trump, kneeling, linking arms, even refusing to leave the locker room during the national anthem after this comment. >> get that son of a [bleep] off the field right now, out, he's fired. he's fired! >> tom brady, odell beckham and many more making a statement. many owners standing by their teams. and the former army ranger turned football player standing alone. the big divide and new fallout this morning. >> i hate you! >> we hear from the athletes and owners taking a stand as the movement goes beyond the field.


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