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from a burning home. >> a possible fraud investigation spreads into two local counties. septa and union workers meet for another day of negotiations. day four. >> good morning, everyone, 4:30 a.m., friday, november 4. our live team coverage keeps you moving during the on going septa strike. karen rogers is looking at regional railings and traffic tieups and annie mccormick has more on the union negotiations. >> david what's going on? >> reporter: we have clouds this morning and it will be or not
blustery side. 52 in wilmington, 5 in millville. 58 in cape may. the winds dropping out of the north which is an indication why we're staying cooler today. 51 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 52 by 1:20 a.m. noon, 54. we'll get a high of 61 degrees at 3:00 p.m. that won't last all that long, as soon as 6:00 p.m. we'll be in the low 50s. looks like a cool, somewhat breezy weekend i'll have the details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: all right, yet another day, no buses, no trollies, no subway, of course we've been seeing headache after headache with the morning commute. yesterday septa put out a note in the morning saying expect delays across the board on all regional rails. we did not see a lot of hour and a half long delays, the median elwin line, yesterday we had problems with the median elwin
line with several trains becoming overcrowded and bypassing stations. we have a problem on 295 northbound 656 gloucester county, new jersey, we have an overturned tractor-trailer blocking a lane, watch for that problem, you see speeds 33 miles per hour traveling on 295 northbound in new jersey. let's take a live look outside and check the roads. this is the schuylkill expressway, as dave talked about, some clouds, no rain, looking all right, schuylkill expressway approaching girard, you will not see a delay just yet, but you will later on. for now, blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95 in good shape if you can leave early. >> firefighters rescued two children during a house fire in the olney section of the city. the children were trapped on the second floor. "action news" reporter, katherine scott is live along the 300 block of east sheldon street with their story. >> reporter: that's right, matt, two children were trapped on the second floor when firefighters found them and rescued them last
night they were rushed to area hospitals in critical condition. this morning a police vehicle is back and parked in front. 0 home on the 300 block of east sheldon street in olney where the investigation into the cause continues. firefighters were called out around 9:45 p.m., they were here within 4 minutes. the fire commissioner said there was heavy smoke inside and all the way down to the floor. they found and rescued two children who were trapped. paramedics treated the children on the way to the area hospitals. one child 18-month-old was taken to einstein with smoke inhalation. the other 6 to 8 years old was rushed to st. christopher's hospital in critical condition. >> they remain in critical condition, but they are improving. so we are certainly hopeful, our thoughts and bracer are with the family and everybody on the block and in the enabled
affected by the incident. >> reporter: i asked if there were any working smoke detecters inside the home, that's part of the investigation. also in olney, a gunman shot a man along the north brad street before 9:00 a.m. the 22-year-old victim was found inside the home, shot in the stomach, backside and leg. police picked him up own took him to the hospital where's in critical condition. no word ton what sparked the shooting. >> we're on day 4 of the septa transit strike and there's no deal in sight yet. but septa and the union are set to go back to the bargaining table today. let's go over to annie mccormick who has been there for us all week keeping a close eye on negotiations, good
morning, annie. >> reporter: go togoodgood good, the good news they are talking. they did start go to works through a state mediator, but they did end the evening without a deal. on the latest proposal on the table there was salary increase for transport workers anden own owe and enhanced pension plan. they were trying to get the numbers to match and come to agreements on nonworking conditions. septa accused the union of prolonging the strike. willie brown fired back accusing septa of playing games. septa has asked the union to temporarily spend the strike on election day, union president brown said the union will not back down to the demands.
several lawmakers have expressed concern with the time that could be added to voters commute and make it difficult for them to make it to the polls on time. septa said they were preparing paperwork to file an injunction in court, that was not filed yesterday, that could happen today. they are expected to be back at the table sometime this morning. reporting outside the sheraton, center city, channel 6 "action news." >> you can keep up with any septa developments by following "action news" on social media, we've been posting update on our facebook and twitter pages since the strike starting pointed. a grass grassroots organization that works for democrats is under investigation for fraud. pennsylvania state police raided field works llc. the delaware county site was searched for evidence last week. they are looking into the
validity of 7,000 voter registrations and weather they were fabricated and submitted by the deadline. pennsylvania is a state that donald trump would love to win and hillary clinton has to win to get the white house. both of candidates and their surrogate's are investing a lot of time in the keystone state. clinton is leading in pennsylvania only by # points. that has both sides fired up. >> i spoke to a lot of people in my community, they are not voting for hillary clinton. >> donald trump is appearing in hershey today, hillary clinton appears in philadelphia tomorrow for a concert with katie perry and friday with president obama and first lady michelle.
and you'll be taking to terry madonna a deep dive into the numbers, that something everybody should check out. >> reporter: chilly out there this morning, it's a little bit cooler this afternoon. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're dry today we're looking to get showers off the coast at this point. as we look outside we have sky6 live hd there you can see penns landing area fairly tranquil with winds on the light side they will get blustery past spies into the rest of the day. 52 in allentown. 52 in wilmington. 53 in trenton. 58 in cape may. satellite and radar shows there's cloud cover left over behind the departing rain, we are expecting that to break up are we should transition to mostly sunny skies during the day. in the lehigh valley, blustery and cooler high of 58. down the shore we'll go for a high of 62. mostly sunny and windy at the shore, as well.
in philadelphia, sunny, blustery, 61 degrees the tie. at times we could get a gust at 31 miles per hour, sustained winds between 1 and 25 that could bring down leaves and tree branches here and there. overnight tonight, 39 is the low. some of the suburbs could get below the freezing mark. in delaware there's talk about another round of frost down there. tomorrow, less wind, breezy, high of 60 degrees high pressure to the west insuring lots of sunshine. for the liberty -- excuse me, unity cup, in-city soccer tournament tomorrow is a big day, there's a festival that goes on all day long, pregame and in the 50s, a nice bright day for soccer. tomorrow night, remember to turn the clocks back one hour, can you say that for me next time,
clocks back, thank you, czech the smoke detecters, remember we fall back on saturday night and gain extra hour of sleep. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 61 blustery and chilly today. tomorrow, 61 and sunny and breezy. we're adjusting the forecast for election day, it's a clouds and sun mix, 67 degrees for the high, that's a great forecast. no weather related reasons to stay home from the polls. back in the 60s on wednesday on thursday. courtroom drama there's a new twist in the bridgegate case, defense is seeking a mistrial. bad aim, a u.s. park officer tries to shoot a racoon and shoots himself. >> reporter: we're coming in from the northeast on the boulevard. we're clear and dry, we'll check out fort washington and take you to gloucester county new jersey
next nobody knows, that's the hard part isn't it. there's been a mess on it is roads and the rail, the i think the key is you head out early, you will see light volume on the rails and the roads. starts off better if you head out earlier. this is 309 at the pennsylvania turnpike. in fort washington, no problem, coming in from perkisie, montgomeryville, ambler looking good. gloucester can do new jersey, this is 295 northbound. an overturned tractor-trailer approaching 656. seeing speeds at 32 miles per hour.otherwise, mantua, 42. the rails yesterday the median
elwin line was overcrowding. some rails were 30 delayed, we'll on the waze app right now and driving up broad street on the waze app with the ipad, no problems coming in from jenkintown or glenside. no weather weather-related prob4 clouds, 55 in mill criminal, the winds will -- in millville, the winds will gust today with sunshine. an accident in burlington county seriously injured a pedestrian. chopper 6 hd was over route 130 at cooper street near edgewater park when somebody was walking in the southbound lanes. the driver did stop. the victim is in serious condition. police say they are interviewing a person of interest in connection with a
fire that damaged a 111-year-old church in mississippi. the congregation asked for ten thousand dollars in order to make repairs to hopewell missionary baptist church in greeneville. someone intentionally set the fire and spray painted vote trump on an oodz wall. jury deliberations resume in the bridgegate trial, defense attorneys filed a motion for a mistrial yesterday. brigette kelly and bill baroni face a number of charges for conspiracy and fraud for their alleged involvement in the 2013 lane closures of the george washington bridge. the motion came a day after the defense attorneys asked the judge to give new instructions to the jurors. a mississippi lawyer who was choking at a popeyes has
dropped his suit gains the restaurant. he choked on a piece of chicken, he blamed it on the restaurant. he claimed he had to use his teeth to tear off chicken and it got caught in his throat. he still wants popeyes to place plastic knives with every order. united states park police officer shot himself trying to fend off a racoon. police say someone called 911 that a racoon was acting oddly. when the officer showed up, the animal went into attack mode. the officer accidently shot himself in the foot. >> shots were fired. i heard two gunshots. like were they gunshots, what. heard like five more. >> some neighbors say they
heard as many as nine gunshots. the wounded officer is expected to recover. the park police say he was shot by another officer at the scene. >> someone needs to go back to the gun range. on the road to the recovery, a delaware firefighter gets a hero send off as he heads home from the officer. >> reporter: cooler between 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. we'll have earlier clouds but
they will burn off quickly before the bus arrives. i'll be back with the 12 hour forecast. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest,
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clean shave, hotel monaco hosted the social for a small donation and straight razor shave. it benefits november foundation for men's health. you will see a lot of men growing a beard to bring attention to men's health. >> reporter: anything? >> i have started shaving, though. >> reporter: have you? >> yeah. >> reporter: let's go outside and check the roads as you you're about to head out, this is i-95 at the betsy ross bridge, southbound traffic heading toward center city. no delays just yet. good shot of the roads here, we're dry, we're clear, things
are already except if you're in new jersey, 295 northbound gloucester county. we have an overturned tractor-trailer. they just moved it 23r-9 shoulder -- from the shoulder. speeds in the 30s and 40s. >> reporter: 54 degrees in philadelphia. 52 in allentown. 52 in cape may. winds are not that bad, as we go through the day it will break out from the morning clouds and it will be blustery 12 to 25 miles per hour. it will be cool with temperatures in the 50s through most of the day. we'll get to 61 for the high briefly at 3:00 p.m. and back to 53 degrees at 6:00 p.m. in the 50s most of the time. as you can see we get cooler overnight tonight. in the upper 30s in philadelphia. even colder than that in some suburbs, tomorrow's high, 60 degrees. you can get the seven-day forecast and take a look at the hourly temperatures by going to 6abc.com/weather. san francisco city
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>> i can't wait to get home and spend time with my family. i get to see my kids after a long time. the. >> the woman accused of setting the fire remains behind bars. 4:57 a.m. a car strikes a montgomery county police officer and drives off. philadelphia firefighters rescue two younger children from a house fire. overnight the fire commission gave us an update on the children's condition. we'll give you a live report when "action news" comes right back.
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>> good morning it is 5:00 a.m., friday, november 4 we're following a developing story. firefighters pulled two young children from a house fire in philadelphia. we're live with new overnight details. a pick up truck hits and kills a pedestrian in south jersey and races away from the deadly scene. commuters are waking up from another day of long lines and long waits and extreme traffic backups. today is day 4 of the septa strike. >> at least it's friday. we have team cover on on the walkout with annie mccormick and karen rogers. >> let's get weather first. >> reporter: we're cooler this morning, not a lot of windy, but we'll get breaks from the clouds and transition to mostly sunny skies. the winds will pick up in the majority of the day. 54 degrees, a light wind out of the northwest right now. 51 degrees in allentown. 54 in millville. 57 in cape may.