annie mccormick is at the location of the discussions at the bargaining table. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of riders could be in the lunch if a septa strike happens at midnight. saturday the union claims negotiations took a big step backwards. sources say both sides are tens of millions of dollars a part. add to that 5700 workers, pension and healthcare, there are disagreements over schedules, break times and driver fatigue. service that will run even with a strike includes regional rail, norristown high speed line, suburban bulls and trolley routes 101 and 101 and lucy. penn will expanding campus shuttle systems to connect with the suburban line at 689th streets and patco in center city. decksle and chop can use the ride, too. >> if you don't want to work for septa don't work for septa. don't go on strike every we're and make it inconvenience for everybody else. >> if people can't come to work, my job doesn't outlying anything with car pooling or whatever. >> i hope it ends enter the election. >> reporter: a lot of businesses whose employees rely on septa are making contingen
annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >>> we reached the time of the morning where the regional rails start to become a real mess. katherine scott is at the queen lane stop in germantown. >> reporter: we're starting to see commuters start to show up to hop on the regional rail train going into town as we hit day three of the strike. commuters are hoping a resolution comes quickly frustration is on the rise. during yesterday's commute regional rail riders were met with long weight times, trains bypassed stations due to overcrowding in cars. since the strike began, uber ridership has jumped more cars on the roads snarling traffic. >> i'm pro union, but it's tough to be sympathetic. i hope they settle it. >> reporter: back here live along the chestnut hill west line, it's quieter, but commuters look for alternate means ever transportation to get work and school. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> you can find developments on the septa strike at any time contact/septa strike. you can find a full plan rel
annie mccormick is in the thick of the cleanup. >>> jennette reyes joins us live at philadelphia international airport. >> reporter: good morning, matt, a lot of delegates partied hard overnight after the historic history being made last night. they were hoping to hop on a plane and go back home. this is better thoon are 45 minutes -- this is better than are 45 minutes ago. take a look at the video what we got about an hour ago, the line stretched pretty long, 30, 40, 50 people passengers having to have their flights rebooked. many of them spent the night here because their flights were canceled yesterday. we are talking between the delegates, media and others, 50,000 people attended dnc. security will be lifted for vip politicians and celebrities, that will slow it down even more. it is strongly recommended if you have a flight today you arrive three hours early for check in and two hours early for tsa screening. take a listen to how one passenger described her experience so far today. >> it's frustrating, but again, the terminal agents have been great. it's the weather combined with the dnc.
annie mccormick is joining us live at the school in winfield heights. >> reporter: at this hour. philadelphia police are calling this a death investigation. they are not ruling this a homicide. there are several reasons why. they are trying to figure out if there are preexisting with this young student or just a tragic accident. philadelphia police and emergency crews responded to wordsworth academy after they launched an investigation after a 17-year-old resident died after an altercation with staff. the staff confronted the teen about a stolen ipad. after discovering the device in his room the teen became upset. they tried to subdue him and placed him in a head lock. they are waiting to see if the teen had preexisting conditions. according to the website, they are a nonprofit organization, trying to help children overcome behavioral and academic challenges. the school is releasing few details. >> they don't know who it is. >> faculty is not telling the students anything. >> no. >> although we are shocked and sadden by this event sts an on going investigation and unable to comme
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