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>> wentz, and the gun, he's sack again, he's looking, he's firing and it is caught. touchdown zach ertz, the his second of the game. price, oh, can't throw that bert, can you? >> no, merrill, you can't. big and fears battle against the carolina panter. >> three touchdowns and the eagles soar to victory. now the birds in first place in the nfc. today is friday the 13th, i'm wearing the suit, good morning , everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. now the game didn't end until almost midnight. if you stayed up i'm sure it was worth t let's take a look now this morning daily news back cover, the birds defense comes up large at crunch time. >> so much more on the eagles in just a moment. first we get you out the door with weather and traffic. katie what's it look being like? >> not bad at all. i do think that we could see spotty shower out there. just, i think, more than anything, tribute to eagles, when we take a look at the radar at the moment, things pretty quiet. you may see few spec else of
green that show up here throughout the day. with that said, i don't think you need the umbrella today. yesterday you did, today not so much. again, showers will be so scattered, so spotty, there aren't any out there right now , still have relatively persistent, even the winds itself is not really strong, it is still up into the teens, so it is noticeable. that should start to taper as the day goes on, but currently off to pretty mild start, even at the shore, though, with that east-northeast wind it will feel little cooler to you so 62 degrees the value. fifty-seven at the airport. and just 43 in the mountains. variety pack going on there. what will teacher grade us today? well, sorry, meisha. >> you know what i say. >> very excepting about that, that's good. just because it is so cool and so cloudy, today, daytime high actually hits 69. right where we should be. starting off on chillier beginning to the day, and there again, maybe shower around, so just not, you know, one of those ugh-meh kinds of days, yes. that's why we sort of grade it
snack dab in the center, nothing a or b about that whether it comes to the grade. with a we will find, we heat one time, all the way to the 80s again this weekend. >> you know, we strive for a and b's, but c is a grade. >> i'll gave you a few next week. >> all right, good. we will stay tuned for that. study for that test, guys. good morning, looking outside to an accident, route 30 bypass, westbound, past route 322, blocking the left shoulder and that lane hopefully they get moved out of the way, area starting to heat up more than anything, i'm keeping my eye on gaper delays tapping your brake, still very dark out there. so just take it easy, 42 freeway northbound creek road, take it to 295. this is the level you're still working with, it hasn't changed much, so, plenty of headlights out there, but really holding steady there. so just know it as you head out the door you can head out when you normally do still right now. disable vehicle here, 95 north , off ramp to business route one. that left lane is compromised, this is also another area that will maybe start to slow down with even justice able vehicle , can start to do it as now beginning the 6:00 hour.
then accident in cinnaminson, what's going on here, repairs now to downed pole and wires. because that far accident. so 130 southbound closed riverton road. you will have to use an alternate. river road, or 295, will be your best bet. plus talking about some bridge work northeast he can tension coming up in the next ten minute, jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you shall meeker. well the eagles now have the best records in the nfc after exciting win, i might say, on the road. >> yes. eagles now stand above everybody else in the conference, our pat gallen here to tell us how they did, break it down, against one of the best in the league. >> five and one. five and one. ya, short week against one of the top teams in the nfc, one of the hottest quarterbacks in football, the eagles took to the road and put themselves in the drivers seat of the conference, what a game right here on cbs-3. it was carson wentz in the four and one eagles taking on cam newton and the four and one panthers. cam had problems late, but this was not a problem for him easy. 16-yard touchdown. carolina up ten-three at that point. carson was under fire all night from the panthers d.
he made them pay here, 24-yard strike to nelson agholor puts the birds up 28-16. wentz, 222 yards, and three touchdowns on the night. late in the fourth, the eagles d comes up big. that's jaylen mills with the pick. cam not so super thon night. he had three picks. the eagles were called for 126 . carolina, just won, 1 yard, no matter, the birds win 28-23. here is sports director don bell, and a few far as from last night's game in charlotte >> for the first time since 2013, the eagles with a four game winning streak. it was a gutsy win here at bank of america stadium. they beat the carolina panthers, 28 to 23. they're now the top team in the nfc. >> had to be a team win. offense, defense, specials tenches, we had couple of guys with injuries, we didn't let that phase us, i mean, everything just continued to play all phases, great team win. >> everybody was pumping me to be back, and i was pumped to be back and surprised coy actually go out and play the
way i did. miss too long games in a roll, i mean, i been working, man, to get this injury back, you know, back 100%. >> you looked chipper, hammy, generally like you missed the game. >> i did, man, you see your guys out there fighting every sunday it, makes you want to get back on the fields. >> man, five and one right now so not a lot of people pick up we had years superbowl contender, and it never pants out. we were doubted from the beginning, still being doubted , but we're excited where we're at. >> haven't been part of a team that has battled through so much injury and adversity in the first, you know, month of the season, month and a half of the season to stay together , the resiliency of the football team, just the overall consistency from the leaders, leading this football team, you know, they're sacrificing each other themselves for the team, it is a fun, fun thing to watch. >> found a way to win, win a close ballgame. that's ultimately what we struggled with last year, winning on the road, winning
close ballgames, and done that successfully the first six games. >> eagles now begin a stretch of three straight games at home. they have ten days off. their next game is monday night, october 23rd against washington. that's the story near bank of america, stadium. done -- bell for cbs-3, eyewitness sports. >> unbelievable game. everyone is feeling good. but there is a long way to go, they had the best records in the ffc right now, at five and one, but they have plenty of tough games remaining, guys, i mean, they've got three in a row at home, coming up huge in the next game against washington, the following monday night, let's save or this right now. >> i need to point out something. you just said something when that was -- that tape was rolling there. that you would do what? if the eagles make it into the superbowl? >> if they -- i shouldn't have said this, but i did. if the eagle make the superbowl ill die my hair green lie jaylen mills. >> this is good stuff. >> all right. >> you caught me on that. >> we've got mayor. meisha will be wearing the crazy dress. just have to work on rahel and
katie. we're almost a team, we're going. go, patrick. >> thank, pat. >> i'm looking forwards to this, man. >> clearly, what a fun game, definitely worth staying up for. >> a lot of fans also took to the south and loud and fired up after the game. >> e-a-g-l-e-s, eagles! >> and fans here also feeling the win. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do, liver at the melrose diner. >> where the talk of the town is last night's win. hi, trang. anybody there yet eating breakfast? >> no, just me and jimmy from earlier, just talking shop about the eagles, it seems as if people were celebrating well into the night, and rightfully so. so, guys, what i am ' doing this morning, is celebrating the eagles with these pancakes but fortunately, we did catch up with some eagles fans who were just extactic last night
after the game. take a listen. >> ♪ road to victory at this ♪ >> five and one, take it to the nfc championship. i'm ready, fly eagles fly, baby! >> eagles nation is flying high, after a 28-23 win over the highly favored carolina panthers, in carolina country. the birds pulled out a win despite being up against two teams, according to many fans. >> fans, referees, i think. >> they say this game will do a lot to silence the nay sayers. >> wentz, gets complete team, and the chemistry they have, and how sweet they are, as far as how they work together, it is incredible. >> obviously i hope they go all the way. but just where they are so far , i would be proud. >> with the eagles sitting pretty atop the nfc, fans are already saying the s words. >> wentz is off the charts this year. this does look like the year of the superbowl.
>> reporter: yes, and sounds really likely the only team with a better records than the eagles right now are the chiefs, which is also the only team to hands the eagles a lost, so pat gallen, get that green hair dye red. >> i oh, okay, trang! >> trang you just having regular pancakes? >> i'm laying it down. what's that? >> is there anything in those pancakes or just plane pancakes? >> you know, i'm a purist, i like, you know, the plane pancakes with the syrup. i'm good. >> me too, me too. >> these are things i like to know, what people are having for breakfast, thanks, trang. >> you heard the information. >> in other news this mornings , philadelphia elementary school is closed today in germantown, that's after officials discovered mold growing in several classroom. the school district first closed john b kelly elementary yesterday. authority are blaming the building's h vac system for the contamination. told crews immediately responded to the issue and currently working to remove the mold. "eyewitness news," our cameras did spot workers outside the school yesterday. they tell us crews have already gotten rid of 80% of
the molds inside the building. >> the school will not reopen until it is mold-free. currently, there is remediation, but, you know, at the end of the day, it is clean up of this issue of mold and condensation. >> parent tell "eyewitness news" they've not gotten an lot of information, some are wondering if the molds causes breathing issues for their children. experts say it is hard to determine whether or not health problems are from exposure to mold. >> and now to a story we've been reporting all week, monroe township school district gloucester county still closed today. officials decided to close the six schools when one of them, glenn elementary, tested positive for mold. told crews are cleaning up, holly glenn, outreach parent still waiting for test result on the other schools. some of the results may be ready as earl ace today. meanwhile officials say holy glenn will likely be closed for three month. another school to the list penn state's berks campus in reading also having an issue with mold. student spotted crews cleaning up inside the school's library
yesterday. signs posted on the door saying it was closed for emergency maintenance. it is unclear how long this building will be closed. well, authorities are still trying to ida body that was pulled from the schuylkill river in center city. the body was spotted yesterday morning, in the water near walnut st. in schuylkill avenue. we are told the victim is a white man in his 50's with a gunshot wounds to his forehead "eyewitness news" talked with the man who found the body and called 911. >> my heart just kind of started beating really fast, i got really weird feeling in my stomach, because i was like this is not something that i see every day. >> now, when an unrelated safety initiative, the city planning to install 21 security cameras along the center city portion of the schuylkill river trail to prevent future crimes. turning out west, california wilds fires are not finish devastating the state at least 30 people are dead, as flames continue to burn. fire crews are attacking the blaze from the air and from the grounds. nap a county flames have destroyed more than 3,000
structures, at least 400 people are reported missing, and nearby sonoma county and recovering the dead says officials has been difficult and deeply disturbing. >> identification will be hard so far in the recovery, we've found bod that's were almost completely intact, and we've found bod that's were nothing more than ash and bones. >> and extreme cases cents, the sheriff says that people can be identified from the serial numbers from their medical implant such as hip replacements. >> that's very disturbing, coming up: sexual harrassment scandal that took down harvey weinstein continues to grow. now police overseas are investigating as more women are coming forward. >> i knew this would continue. also ahead, jason aldean takes it the stage for the first time since deadly mass shoot ing in las vegas. hear what he told the crowd. >> sounded like there was a bomb inside my car that had gone off. >> it wasn't a bomb. her sun roof exploded. we'll tell you reasons behind
growing number every complaints about shattering sun roofs. >> ♪ i want to fly like an eagle ♪ fly like an eagle ♪ ♪ let my spirit carry me ♪ i want to fly like an eagle ♪ >> we're flying like an eagle, this weekend. katie says it will be warm, of course, delaware valley waking up very happy this morning, after that exciting win last night. what was it, 28, 23? incredible. >> fly eagles fly. >> yes, and pat gallen predict that score within one point. who knows, kudos, pat gallen, kudos, and can't wait to welcome them back home. >> ♪ >> ♪
>> seeing else lockerroom, take a look. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> wow, wow. >> that's number 27, that's how i dance. jenkins getting down to george clinton, he's got some moves there. video posted by his teammates. >> jim, dow think you attempt to dance like that. i just don't think it is as successful as jenkins. >> why don't you show us right now? >> no, no, can i not do it on command. i'm not a monkey in a circumstance us. >> sure about that? >> (laughing). >> all right, let's turn to the forecast this weekend, all eyes on this weekend. >> i know, and it looks like we will actually warm up again , here in the delaware vale, to well above average levels. off to cool start, though, so my advice to walk out the door with a spare layer, favorite fleece, sweatshirt, 46 the current temperature at pleasant valley middle and high school. generally not clear, but it is at least dry.
now, worth a mention, just looking at the rohoboth beat catch, a mist, drizzle, showery weather working its way in there. see it reflected if you look real closely, you got to zero in, i chose wider zoom on there is but little bit of moisture, you see it right there, speckle jest off shore of sussex county, may encounter damp roads traveling that far south. now i do think we'll see shower at some point today. we are generally quiet today, but still technically un settled because we've got on shore wind flow. that's what keeps the clouds in place, and it is also why you may see shower here and there. hurricane ophelia has actually over achieved, now category two storm, still worth a mention, especially if you have maybe some international travel interests coming up in the days ahead specific to the british aisles, ireland, then followed up by scotland, that storm likely to have aim pact there. so it will be something to watch for sure. but, certainly, not a concern for our shore line. meanwhile, looking forward, here is the warm up we promised you, feeling and looking like summerall over again sunday, but briefly, because sunday night potent
colds front comes along, bringing showers, into early monday, quickly clearing out, looks like nice, crisp, fall weather for few days, meisha? >> all right, katie, thank you and very good morning to all of you. still looking very dark out, there overall things looking pretty good. we were looking at an accident here, route 30 bypass, westbound, past route 322, left shoulder and lane were compromised, look like the accident clearing out of your way now. schuylkill at city. if you travel down the boulevard southbound jump on to the schuylkill moving in the westbound direction, and this is what you are going to enter. so, pretty much bumper to bumper conditions there now. and it is about what, just before 6:20 or so? we're only going to see obviously get busier moving up to the 7:00 and then into our 7:00 main hour of the rush hour. so i would start to give yourselves couple every extra minutes around the area. plus looking at disable vehicle, still out there, 59 north, off ramp to business route one, left lane is compromised there. an accident cinnaminson has left repairs to downed pole and wires, route 30 southbound closed at riverton road. alternates river road, 295,
going to be your best bet. jim, back over to you. >> thank you shall meisha, nearly two weeks after the mass shooting in las vegas, authorities are still struggling to nail down the basic facts. the shifting time line is now drawing questions from the hotel where the gunman opened fire. mgm resort international, which owns the mandalay bay hotel, says steven paddock opened fire on the music festival at the same time or within 402nd after a security guard called for help. the latest police time line of search there was six minute gap between the first shots and the radio call. >> as you guys know, man, it has been a tough week and a half for all of us up here on stage. and i want to say thank you guys for being here tonight. you guys are going to help us get through this as much as we're going to help you guys. (cheers). >> now, that was country music star jason aldean, addressing the crowd during his performance in oklahoma last night. it was his first concert since the las vegas mass shooting,
aldean was on stage when the gunman opened fire killing 58 people. well, authorities say, there has been an up tick in report of sun roof exploding while people are driving. experts say the problem is becoming more come on, because some roofs are getting bigger. consumer reports found that many complaints involved pan ran i can sun roofs, cover the entire roof. not only that, but sun roofs often made with tempered glass , not laminated glass, which is thicker. expert say more needs to be done to make sure that vehicles are safe. >> the glass that's used in these big sun roofs, it is not what is used in your windshield where it a rock hits it, it cracks, but it doesn't shatter. >> this is a problem that exists across many automakers, across many models. they're really expensive to fix. and car companies in many cases are refusing to step up and cover the cost of their consumers. >> and several cars have been recalled, including 100 day to fix shattering issues. >> did i a story about that about two years ago, if you have one of those moon roofs,
then keep your vent open. because heat traps up between the little cover and the glass >> all right, good advice, yes >> coming up: emotional video former eagle favorite john dorenbos just shared, a month after opening heart surgery. >> plus, meisha takes us on another dream drive. this one is perfect for fall fun the whole family can enjoy stay with us.
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>> good morning, i'm wearing the suit. i'm jim donovan. >> and i'm rahel solomon. good morning, it is friday, october the 13th, 2017. >> zach ertz, in the base of the end zone. he's back again. he's looking. he's firing. and it is caught. touchdown zach ertz, the second of the game. the 15, the ten, the five, and in for the touchdown goes nelson agholor. >> this is a statement game. for the first time since 2013, the eagles with a four-game winning streak. >> we can hear the noise from the tri-state area all the way down here. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> the eagles, so happy with their win, safety malcolm jenkins, did this lockerroom dance. >> ♪ >> ♪
>> e-a-g-l-e-s! >> fly, eagles fly, baby. >> lot of happy people here here and all around philadelphia this morning. >> lots of happy eagles fans for sure. >> yes, i think the next three games are here at home so let 's keep this winning streak going. we'll see more of jim's suit, ya, we can all rejoice about that, katie? >> this is like the most bittersweet thing in the world and ya, we can deal with the suit if it means that the team will continue to do well. i'll give you that. all right, we take a look outside. and definitely cool start to the day. storm scan not clear per say, but it is quiet. we have a layer of cloud cover overhead right now. that's going to be with you pretty much all day today. looking at the temperatures, what i also want you to notice , winds barbs moving in northeast pattern. winds flow still from cooler place generally on sure.
that's going to keep us stuck in the clouds, and also, going to see shower here and there. i say you can still walk out the door without the need of an umbrella today. but, expect that, again, you may run into a little bit of dampness here and there, it is not going to be widespread, certainly not going to be all day. our daytime high hit 69 for the kids coming home from school, actually seasonable for a change, but it does not last for developing with time. we eventually do begin to heat up again. but look at this. we're all over the place on the thermometer, once again. so the average, you know, you got to throw it out the window sometimes, we will be well above average. actually we will drop below average into next week, but there is a nice pattern change that comes along with this, and we will discuss it in more detail later in the show, meisha? >> sounds good. all right, katie, thank you, good morning, everybody, happy friday, tgif. so, 95 south at cottman coming around the s curve looking good, both in the southbound direction and the northbound side. look at this, it looks casino of the same as the northbound side. tip i cannily see just the southbound side heating up. southbound 95, actually
looking all right, 422, route 29, what you are working with, if you are headed out there right now, plenty of headlights out, there the good news is you're still traveling at post dollars speeds, good to see. disable vehicle still out there, 59 north, off ramp to business route one. left lane is compromised. and then, we also are talking about this accident that left behind now, some repairs to downed pole and wires in cinnaminson, because of that route 130 southbound closed at river ton road. use alternate, 259 will be your best bet. and then we also have dom bridge work, northeast extension will be closing, between lehigh valley and ma hoping valley. this weekend, between 9:00 p.m. friday, all the way to 4:00 a.m. monday. so, from overnight err, traveling, during the weekend, just a heads up on that. also, septa, regional rails, weaver some construction, the last sunday for this construction, between fernrock and glennside. changes to airport, warminster , west trenton, lansdale, doylestown, just be sure to check the schedules on line, jim, back over to you. >> thank you, the eagles have a little time off after huge win on the road against one of the nfc best teams.
>> yes, that will give fans a trans who brush up after late night thriller, and pat gallen >> no, the delaware valdi not get a lot of sleep. doesn't matter. feels good. with the eagles and panthers four and one going into the kick off of week six, but it was the birds, that would emerge, as the best team in the ffc, huge match up forecaster on went against one of the best defenses in football, and on the other side, cam newton, so explosive he runs for 71 yards on the night, and that one right there 16 yards touchdown, wentz was under ton of pressure but he delivers. two touchdowns to zach earth. and nelson agholor, on this one. with a burst every speed, 24 yards, into the ends zone, and center jason kelce, with a big spike. the eagles defense, benefitted from the return of fletcher cox. and the secondary took flight. intercepted newton three times the birds out last the panthers in charlotte 28-23. >> i mean it, feels great.
honestly. that was hard fought win on the road, on a short week, on prime time tv. so to come out of it five and one, and to know that we're hot home the next couple of weeks, that's big for us. >> we had to battle. you know? it wasn't pretty at times, and , you know, credit them for a fine football team, and we talk after the game, and, you know, probably see that football team again. you know, we hope. so just battle, you know, the guys just hung in there, did outstanding job. >> looking at the love this morning. carson wentz tweeted five and one, cool guy, smiley face. and he said: i love this team let's keep this thing rolling. and his buddy, beau allen, responded, i love you too, bro doesn't this make you feel warm inside, guys? eagles five and one, love fest , not the only ones who love this team. looks like the eagles have momentum. pretty nice home stand. again, three straight home games. that's huge, at five and one, atop the nfc.
nice. >> we'll take this. >> thank you, patrick, appreciate it. in other news, after announcing major changes to obamacare care on thursday, president trump plans another blow, white house announced he plans to ends subsidies to insurers, those payments help lower income individuals before health insurance. critics say the move will increase premiums, and force the elderly and sick to pay more. earlier yesterday, the president signed an executive order to repeal part of obamacare. investigators on both sides of the atlantic now involved in a case of harvey weinstein, this as more hollywood a listers are coming forward. the new york police department , and london's scotland yards, are reviewing claims made by alleged victims , interviewed for new yorker article. actor now accusing weinstein every rape. she is the fourth woman to level a rape accusation against the hollywood mogel. also, actress kate beck end dale says weinstein sexually harassed her when she was just 17 years old. >> also hearing from actress
jane fonda coming forward she regrets not speaking up earlier. fonda said she was never assaulted by swine stein but said she found out about the allegations year ago during conversation with actress marquette, young of the alleged viacheslav tips interviewed by the new yorker, and weinstein denies the charges. >> not just homes damaged by hurricane harvey, hundreds of thousands of cars also took on water. >> they announced at makeshift salvage yard across the houston area just waiting to be sold. one of those salvage yards around 40,000 cars have been packed into this space, raceway being rented by a company who will eventually sell the damaged cars to scrap buyers around the wormed. >> some are worth more than other clearly, depending on the amount of damage that they got. but people are buying these cars. these cars will get back on the road. >> that's amazing, around half million flood damaged vehicles in the houston area. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, the california wild fires now the
deadly necessary that state's history. we'll show you what it is like to be on the front lines with the firefighters to see what they face each day. >> and, of course, it is october. it is a great time to find a farm. meisha takes a dream drive to a pennsylvania attraction that's nothing like she has ever seen. jan? >> hey, guys. friday football frenzy. they're pumped up. coming to you live from delran high school, looking to beat an undefeated team. stay with us. >> wow, jan almost drowned out by all of the school spirit there. looking ahead to warm up and another nose dive on the thermometer. lots of ups and downs continuing on our thermometer readings. there is nice fall pattern that's waiting in the wings, which we'll discuss, but first here is your cure auto insurance travel forecast.
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it is just like anything else, good days, bad days. >> they've been running to shelters, and so far the wild fires has reportedly taken more than 30 lives. >> exhausted fire fighers have been able to get some shut eye these photos taken while they rested yesterday, some seen laying out on the pavement, other got time to sit down for feel with their families. >> wow, must be just around the clock, we know we said earlier, battling fames from the grounds from above. we send it over to you. >> you know, back here at home , things pretty quiet. all things considered thankfully. we can be very grateful for. that will we're finding out there still technically what i would coin unsettled pattern, not enough that you'll need to walk out the door with the umbrella today, likely we will see couple of showers, but as of yet, say for parts every sussex county specific for delaware, rehoboth beach specifically in delaware, we've actually seen damp boardwalks from moisture creeping on shore. but, the eyewitness weather watch he is removed from that off to the north starting
offer pretty quietly here. we checked in with a few, 56 from john, a lot of clouds overhead, still relatively high humidity, but not a star nor moon he is actually able to spot in the sky. just overcast right now. that's kind of the same story, region-wide, bit further off to the we, 53 in from dawn this morning, she too finding cloud cover. just next-door to her, 55 comes in, from den even, who is in west chester, and again, nothing but a couple of clouds overhead, but she is mentioning that it feels more comfortable. i would absolutely agree with that. it is not the dew point into the 70s like we experienced earlier this is the week. so we will take that. still have on shore winds flow so there will likely still be shower here and there, as i mentioned, part every sussex county getting in on that already, but anyone fair game to see a shower before it is said and done. talking winds speeds, not so much the actual range that you'll see here in the numbers , but the direction.
right now, again, mainly it is all northeast to on shore straight up easterly wind flow we move things forward, and you're going start to see the winds barbs or the arrows anyway shifting little bit more. sunday notice straight up out of the south will help draw in the warmth, allow temperatures to begin rebounds. you will absolutely see that reflected this is the thermometer readings. so today, this is where we should be, upper 60s, just clouds, again, shower here and there. still expect to go see few showers around tomorrow. but still not wash out. but also warmer. sunday is where we peak up to 82, feeling like summer, again , and then, no, no more of that, dropping right back off, by almost 20 degrees. as another potent cold front comes along sunday night into monday shall meisha. >> just little bit of a tease with 80s dropping to the 60s, all right, katie, thank you so much. good morning shall everybody, happy friday. so, we do have some problem spots out there. starting to accumulate now
accident, slow moving, tapping the brakes, little bit of gaper delay, disable vehicle, schuylkill eastbound, before spring garden. take a look at this, oh, right around route one boulevard, getting little busy. you can see all of the red letting you know travel less than supposed speeds. accident 309 northbound, near county line road. at orvilla, you can see, all of the flan g lights, also, see how slow moving it is, through this area. so if you are headed out there 309 northbound near county line road i would certainly start to give yourselves extra time, there as well. also, looking at some accident repairs, downed pole, wires, in cinnaminson, route 30, 130 southbound riverton road, two right lanes are blocked there. , 42 piles per hour, 27 miles per hour, so you have built up levels little bit there. i would still say give yourselves couple of extra minutes, you will need it, there most certainly approaching the 7:00 on all of the majors, as well, well, it is cake season for pumpkin
patches. >> meisha went on dream drive to one that's really hopping. >> yes, it is hopping. so who doesn't love a good pumpkin patch when the fall rolls in, right? looking for something fun to do with the family this play area for both kids and adults. so, want to go for a ride? >> buckle up. >> buckle up, jim. pumpkin patch, let's go, we're coming for you. >> tis the season for a corn maze and a pumpkin patch. hurricane hill farm in coatesville, chester county, is always trying new things, says assistant manager austin shank. so they added pumpkins, the biggest one they've ever had. >> is it a pumpkin bounce? >> exactly. pumpkin bounce pad. thirty-five by 65-foot giant pad. it is probably one of the biggest hits so far. we're very looking forward to the upcoming months.
would you like to jump in. >> yes, let guess on it. >> let's go. >> oh, my gosh, i love this. >> it opens the kids to their imagination, they can do whatever they want. >> seriously this bridges me back to my gymnasic days, i used to jump on trampolines all day long. kids, remember positive point their toast when they bounce. >> no, they fall all the time. >> of course they do. >> paint ball shooting gallery $5 for 25 slots. >> i'm a good shot. >> are you? >> yes. so i think i should put myself to the test. >> did i get them? >> good shot. >> yes. >> so, i'm assuming this has to be a big attraction, as well. >> this year, train theme, probably one of the biggest attractions, everyone who comes does a corn maze once. >> i have to ask, have you
ever seen the movie, do you know what i'm going say? >> children of the force. >> yes, have you seen it? >> little skeptical. people all leave and yet it seems like the corn is still being moved around, so it is a little creepy at night out here. >> ya? >> children of the corn. >> all right, hurricane hill farm in coat ville chester county, those guys so great out there. and it is one of those place that is if you're looking for something to do on the weekends, bring the kids out there. but even if you don't have kids, just go on a date night. yes, jim was actually saying -- >> oh, my gosh. by the way, that big bounce pumpkin, that feels like a trampoline. actually really cool. now, don't go crazy and start doing back flips, but pretty darn cool. i was tempted. >> thank, meisha. bruce springsteen makes his broadway debut. >> perhaps to in one's surprise new jersey longer is is a smash hit. >> the 689 year old star
waived to fans after wrapping up his opening show last night in new york, on stage, springsteen shared store business his life growing up in freehold, new jersey, we know he's a local guy. show gives fans a closer look into his rise to fame, the boss is set to perform five nights a week until february. smashing records left and right. >> we were talking about the ticket prices. what's the average ticket price? >> i believe $497. >> that's the averagement obviously there are ones that go much hire. >> but the previous record, well, hamilton was like 310. >> speaking of new york, the radio city rocket are kicking off rehearsals for the 2017 christmas spectacular, the 12 days of christmas in new york city gearing up for radio city music hall in manhattan, radio show runs november 10th through january 1st. >> have you ever seen the rockets. >> i have. >> you have? i haven't. i went to college in new york. >> oh, good show. time now 51:67:89 a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> flora o'donnell, carly roads, join us enough new york with a preview.
good morning, nor a good morning, charles. >> i hey, good important to you, jim, rahel. ahead, nance any washington, with the white house decision overnight to ends obamacare subsidies, and what it means for those on the plan. >> plus, tells 60 minutes how the drug industry with the help of congress turn the opioid epidemic into a full blown crisis. a preview every sunday explosive joint investigation, between 60 minute and the washington post. >> and our conversation with instagram boss, the way the company is working to keep the platform as it rapidly expands all of that plus the eye opener. your world in 092nd. see you at 7:00. have you seen charlie's instagram account? >> i've not. >> exploding with content. >> we're going craze. >> i my gosh. i have to check it out right now. >> through me into the 21st century. >> have a great weekend. >> thank you. >> well, it is friday, and for us here at cbs-3 that means friday football frenzy. >> yes, and our game of the week is burlington city against delran. and it is homecoming weekends at delran. that's where we find our jan
carabeo with a lot of folks out there, as the team get ready for tonight's big game. hi, jan! >> reporter: rahel, jim, good morning, i think this might be the biggest crowd we've her for a friday football frenzy. coming to you live from delran high school this morning where we have the football team, cheerleaders, student end body , i had to ask them to bring it down to level five, during the tease they blew me out. want to catch up with the football team. three seniors, weaver roy in the middle, cole and dom on the ends there. so guys, tell me, what are the keys to winning tonight? because burlington city is undefeated four and o. what do you have to do? >> burlington city definately great team, four and zero, it will be a challenge. but the coaches put in great game plan f we execute we can pull out a w tonight for the home crowd. >> awesome. homecoming weekend you might see a lot of guys in towing ands, that's their tradition. what would it mean for to you bring home the big win on homecoming weekend? >> homecoming is huge deal here in delran. so i mean to go out in front of the community to bring home
a win would be great. >> dom, you're a senior, you're ready to make your mark , what will you do tonight how will you feel if you bring home that victory? >> it will feel amazing. senior year, it is our last homecoming game. it would be the best thing ever to shock the world tonight. >> yes, you guys, they're so loud. they're itching to go. they're pumped up. i'll let them go. do what you guys do best, get this crowd pumped up. >> let's go! (cheers) >> scary bear. >> i would be afraid against them, too, but good luck to both teams of course. friday tradition. >> we will be right back. stay with us.
new jersey monroe school district also closed due to mold testing. >> out west the california wild fires claims more than two dozens lives, thousands of structures have been reduced to ash, and hundreds every people are still missing. >> let's get last check on weather and traffic? >> scary situation out west. back here at home, things very , very quiet all-in-all, i still call this unsettled, because you have on shore wind flow, lot every clouds, may encounter shower here and there, heaviest rain, the worse of the pattern. we heat one time, meisha. >> katie, thank you, do have accident out there, still out there, schuylkill university at university ave. blocking left lane. plus, another accident, delaware, the ram from airport road onto 141, that ramp is closed. >> thank you, cbs this morning is coming up next. >> before we leave you live picture from delran high school. it is -- wow, look at how many people out there. delran versus burlington city tonight. and the friday football frenzy good luck to both teams. have a great day and a wonderful weekend. bye bye! (cheers)
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