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5:00 a.m., friday, october 14. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us, we're working on several breaking and developing stories. >> philadelphia police have launch an investigation at a wynnfield heights facility after a 17-year-old dies after a scuffle. >> this mess is all that's that left two teenagers dead along the boulevard. search working for the weekend including david and karen. >> reporter: not a bad friday right now we have the cloud cover kicking off the coast and evaporating and we're looking at
plenty of sunshine. we're in the upper 40s in philadelphia. 44 in in allen found. 49 in philadelphia. noon, 59. we get a high of 65 at 3:00 p.m. before dipping back into the low 60s at 6:00 p.m. frost advisory in the outlying areas of central south jersey and the northern and western suburbs, we could see temperatures dip into the 30s. that could mean problems for the unprotected plants for potted plabts. plants that expires at 9:00 a.m., saturday morning. and then the weekend comes. >> reporter: we're watching this construction truck on the vine street expressway.
the ramp is blocked westbound. we're seeing the traffic storgt to move -- starting to move, there goes a slow-moving truck. the ramp is still blocked with the arrow board out there. the ben franklin bridge westbound traffic coming into the city. this is a live look at 42 northbound traffic very light volume coming up from deptford or turnersville, no issue there. on the big picture right now you can see things are good. blue route in the 50s. schuylkill expressway speeds in the upper 40s and 50s, swells i-95 no major issues there, as well. one thing going on in burlington county construction blocking the right lane 206 main street and the columbus farmers market. >> two vehicles collided on the boulevard leaving two people dead and one driver with serious
injuries. katherine scott is live along the boulevard in feltonville and where this happened this morning. there's a traffic light at the intersection, right now police don't know who had the right-of-way, both of the drivers survived, two teenagers who are riding in one of the vehicles died in this accident. you can see the road in feltonville has opened back up after it was closed for hours overnight at front an roosevelt boulevard. here's what it looked like after the accident. it happened around 12:30 a.m. you can see the wreckage. the hyundai and ford suv with front end damage, air bags deployed. the 54-year-old driver of the ford suv does have injuries, but is stable. in the hyundai was 18-year-old driver who is stable, his 19-year-old brother and their 17-year-old friend, the 19-year-old brother was pronounced at the hospital. the 17-year-old girl was pronounced on the scene. the ford suv had been going north on front street.
the hyundai was traveling west in the outer lanes of the boulevard. the front end of the ford struck the drivers side of the hyundai causing the passenger side of the hyundai to crash into a light pole. >> we know that the 17-year-old female was sitting in the rear seat when medics found her, and it appears that that, where she was sitting is where the vehicle struck the light pole and it appears she had head trauma and broken neck. and police are looking for surveillance footage to see if there's anything that can help in the investigation and they are interviewing both of the drivers. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> officials shut down the center lanes of i-295 in burlington county for hours where a pedestrian was struck and killed overnight. it happened after midnight. this is video from a traffic camera. the officials say the victim was
struck in mount laurel. it is unclear if the driver of the striking vehicle was cooperating with police. we're learning about the investigation into the death of a 17-year-old at wordsworth academy if the wynnfield highlights section of philadelphia. annie mccormick is live at the facility with the developing details. annie. >> reporter: and erin tir -- at this hour, words worth academy has not released a statement. a 17-year-old is dead after staff members tried to subdue the teen after an altercation. philadelphia police including homicide detective's spent several hours interviewing staff last night. apparently the altercation centered around the teen having an electronic device he was not supposed to have either an ipad or ipod. three staff members responded
and the teen was put in a head lock the 17-year-old was pronounced dead inside the facility. it is nonprofit private organization providing residential treatment and special education along with in-home programs helping children overcome behav behavioral and academic issues. the 17-year-old has not been identified, but according to sources, the 17-year-old is not from philadelphia, he is from central pennsylvania. we're waiting again to hear from the academy some sort of statement to see what happened here, but the investigation is still on going. reporting live in wynnfield heights, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> new jersey governor chris
christie plans to appeal a ruling that could pave the way for his indictment over the bridgegate scandal. a hack sack judge is allowing a citizen's complaint against christy to go forward. he knowingly refrained from taking all action to reopen access lanes. christy who denies any involvement is expected to answer to the charges in court on october 24. >> things are looking up to a youth football team in camden thanks to their neighbors. vandal destroyed the football field forcing them to practice on the sidelines, since then donations poured in and maintenance crews helped make repairs. >> you see good people standing up and making sure you're okay. >> the team hopes to be back on
the field next month. they are following several leads that may lead to an arrest. >> cleanup efforts are expected to continue in bermuda from hurricane nicole. the category 3 storm hit the island with wind and rain. they are asking people to stay indoors for their safety. nicole is expected to dissipate in the atlantic ocean. >> i saw a guy on the video this morning standing out there, trying to to be funny, it's so dangerous. >> reporter: a category 3 is pretty dangerous. it is passed and hopefully it can get the clean up started. storm tracker 6 live we're dry and clear, 49 degrees in philadelphia. 47 in wilmington, 44 degrees at this early hour in allentown and reading. 45 in trenton. 48 in millville.
54 in cape may. satellite shows you how the cloud cover from yesterday is broken up, you will need the shades on the highways and by ways around the region, not only this morning, but after sunrise. in allentown, a cool high of 63 degrees. jackets not a bad idea today. down the shore, milder 66 degrees, mostly sunny skies, at times breezy, but not too bad. 66 around the same temperature as the ocean. in philadelphia, we'll go for a high of 65 this afternoon. lots of sun, cool, but not a bad day. winds tracking 6 to 12 miles per hour. popping above that as we roll through the day. overnight tonight, it's chilly, 44 degrees in philadelphia. mainly clear and in the outlying suburbs we could see frost tonight with the overnight low getting into the mid 30s and cooler on the plant leaves occasionally, wind variable at 2 to 4 miles per hour overnight. and then we get into the weekend
this is good news. saturday mostly sunny skies, gorgeous, high 67 degrees. sunday we'll be in the low 70s for highs. and if you happen to be planning heading to washington to see the eagles on the roads it will be a nice day as well. 68 degrees for the kickoff at 1:00 p.m., 72 in the 4th quarter. light wind are to the same. in philadelphia, 73 on sunday. if you have a football watching party you pull it outside. i have a neighborhood who puts it in the garage and opens the door and everybody sits in the driveway and watches. it's fun. mostly sunny on saturday, 67. sunday afternoon, 73 degrees, great weather for the union match at 3:00 p.m. down rat talen energy stadium. monday, sun, 76. after that, wow, tuesday and wednesday we're going for a high near 80. i could see 80 in center city.
wednesday night into thursday there could showers around. >> that's okay. trade off, right. >> reporter: those numbers who cares. a doctor claims a delta flight attendant dismissed her health during a medical emergency because of her ethnicity. >> a man and woman exchange blows in the middle of the street. >> reporter: friday you're trying to get to work, but you're standings still if you're this guy, a disabled vehicle on the boulevard. we'll check the blue route coming up. >> it is 5:14, change the
clock, watch it happen. a magician i am. commodor barry bridge, sun not coming up to 7:11 this morning. >> yesterday was baby friday, today is full grown adult friday. >> reporter: friday for adults, i like it. >> reporter: suburban traffic report time if you're about to head out from the suburbs, you have a good ride coming in. let's check the blue route here, if you're in wayne or radnor and you're about to hop on the blue route. this is the schuylkill expressway no problems southbound traffic moving nicely at this point. roads are clear and dry, no fog, we have no issues on blue route. ben franklin bridge, westbound traffic coming into the city in and out of city, you're looking good on the ben. 295 northbound we have construction at 168 blocking the
ramp at 168. watch for the traffic being blocked with the construction crews. let's check the temperatures for you. 42 in the poconos, 49 in philadelphia. 53 degrees in cape may. it feels okay this morning but it will be cooler this afternoon, lots of sunshine, a cool high of 65 degrees, matt and erin. >> thank you karen. another teenager from our area is in trouble with the law over hoax clown threats. the berks county district attorney's office has charged a 16-year-old girl from the wilson school district with making terroristic threats. the west lawn teenager admitted to posting messages on instagram hoping to get school canceled. two drivers duke it out at a red light in las vegas. a man gets out of his car with a crow bar and the woman grabs it
and swung it at him. the woman smashed the man's windshield. he got back in the car and drove away. you notice he has his hard on. the video was posted on facebook and viewed 1.5 million times. police are trying to figure out who was the primary aggressor. >> a black doctor said she was brushed a side by a delta flight attendant when she attempted to help during an emergency. she was on a flight from detroit to minneapolis. when the flight crew asked if informs a doctor on board, the doctor raised her hand. the flight attendant antisaid oh, no, sweety, put your hand down we're looking for physicians or nurses. the attendant later apologized, and offered sky miles, but said that's not enough for blatant
discrimination. a halloween display outside a home has zombie babies doused in fake blood. >> i think they are cool, like it's more different than the normal ones that you usually see. >> a person who looks at it from across the street everyday, he describes them as great neighbors, they said they used the crib for two children until it was recalled. >> i'm glad they are getting good use of it. >> mayor jim kenny kicks off the flyers 50th anniversary today. he will drop a golden puck at city hall at noon. they begin the season with the lrntle -- l.a. kings and return
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this is southwest philadelphia this is the platt bridge by i-95 no problems between 26th and i-95. looking good on the platt bridge. mass transit, no delays just yet. everything is running on time, dave. >> reporter: it's jackets on the kids this morning, karen. we're off to a school start with a lot of the temperatures this morning. here's how the numbers go, 49 by 7:00 a.m. 50 by 10:00 a.m. up close to 60 by noon. high of 65 at 3:00 p.m., lots of sun, a little bit of a slight breeze but not too breezy overall. at the airport we're hoping for all green aircraft. there's no sign of any rain currently in any of the big travel destinations. >> reporter: thanks, david. >> in "healthcheck," a colorado teenager is fighting an uphill battle against a disease that normally strikes orderly -- older women. it is believed she is the youngest women in the united
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news," teen brothers torn a parth by tragedy on the boulevard. bun survived the crash, the other did not. >> developing overnight, a teen put in a head lock dies after center for children with special needs. >> a tail of two seasons, it's chris and cool to starting point the weekend, and a flashback to summer in the seven day. good morning, everybody, 5:30, october 14, tamala edwards is on them erin o'hern joins us. david and karen are here, as
well. >> reporter: we're looking at nice conditions out there this morning, a little cool as you would expect in october. sun glass weather same kind of weather from start to finish. 49 degrees in philadelphia. you'll need a jacket as you head out. 44 in i allentown. 48 in millville. down the shore in cape may, 53 degrees. here's how it will roll today. 49 degrees by 7:00 a.m. in the 50s up to noon cool and sunshine. 65 degrees we'll hit that before dipping back down into the low 60s at 6:00 p.m. a little breezy, but not horrific in the matter of the breeze. we have a frost advisory overnight tonight and goes to 9:00 a.m. on saturday. overnight tonight with clear skies and light winds we'll get into the 40s in philadelphia. some of these areas in the 30s, you want to protect the