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>> peco is trying to do it in a strategy is that the turned asy 1st and lso means probably some
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of the major damage they're reaching last. friday's storm is stillightfoun. wreaking havoc. good evening, i'm natasha brown. thank youg us the third straiday folks in some areas are still left in the darkthon bitter cold night. widespread poweric may take ds ov ihabein delaware cou. for almost 48 hours crews have been trying to restore power and cleanup the damage created by the nor'easterhat roug the friday.2,000 hoehol in delawathoute esmate tn wednesday mthursday. >> the widespread perdowned trs in the county to declare a disaster emergency yesterday. to
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announ theyavhe governor's offie for help. governor's chief of staff and he indicated the governor will provide all resources available. >> by tomorrow's evening commute at the latest state police and possibly national guard personnel are expected to traic at intersections like this one where the traffic signals are out. that system expected to be in place until the power is restored. and again, that could be at let three days from now. >> peco is working hard to address this issue. and their big focus now is larger issues. martins run is an area for senior living where they don't have power and there's a lot of effort being made to restart power. >> this group of emergency county officials dropped off additional generator to the senior living facility. but also wanted to remind everyone they, too, can play a role of helping in this recove pro>> our most vulnerable please check on neighbors and check on elderly neighbors.
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>> anyone who needs assistance officials stress rights now do not hesitate to call 911.ia nieves cbs3 "eyewits news". >> well one of the hardest hit areas in the community is in delaware county havertown in fact haverford and marple newtown school district ll nedwires.cominghavertown in ther >> natasha good evening. there'so that could be considered ground the aftermath of nor'easter that came through friday it right now the hub going on behind me providing light and hopefully some heat so. with n, no power tonight and perhaps only be kept out of the darkness by candlelit. >> with a sunseting in haverford township estimated 7,000 people brace for another
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cold, dark night. >> i've never seen anything like this around here. i mean not that magnitude. it's everywhere. >> massive trees crashed to the ground clotheslineing data and power service glendale and colonial 48 hours after and navigators around this monster maple it toppled from larry miller's yard. he's critical the tree has not been touched since left tangled in a web of utility lines and this a car there. >> this video from susie enru captured it after the snow came down. >> it lit up in orange and blue and for miller whose wife is bedridden with no electricity or heat it will be a long night. his openings are few. >> my wife in the bed with two quilts she's in discomfort. i can't send her to the hospital. >> emergency services showed up and millers decided to stay put. across town the gaffneys are
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on second generator. >> the power went off and we had relatives over. got a little crazy when it got dark. looking for flash lights. >> their priority keeping the generator going and 9-month-old charlie warm after whats with a wres restless 24 hours without power. >> i think i slept -- he snord and he screamed i maybe slept a half hour at a time. >> long night here in havertown i can tell you that much now. n, believed to be estimated to be left in the dark to varying degrees one way or the other in haverford township. as for schools one of the major factors they're cancelledbecause trees are downr sous transport students as they regularly would come tomorrow. >> that's latest. reporting live from haverford township joe hoden cbs3
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"eyewitness news". >> we appreciate that. utility companies meantime are making progress in repairing downed power line anticipates 85,000 homes are without power that hour. here are the numbers. more than 74,000 peco customers are in the dark and it's over 7400 customers for ppl and 687 customers for accuweather electric. nearly 1400 delmarva and 198 for pse&g. >> getting back to norm at as can quickly as possible. northeast corridor will resume regular schedule tomorrow three days after storm forced delays and cancellations. amtrak officials say all of this scheduled trains between boston and d.c. will operate starting tomorrow morning. service came to a scaeching holt friday afternoon during height of nor'easter and resuld on modified syewitness np with a few delayed travelers today at 30th street station.
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>> i don't think any of us realized it would be so bad. things happen. what will we do. i'm sure well get out. it's a big inconvenience not just for me but for a lot of people. >> amtrak keystone service runs to and from new york and harrisburg and will operate on full schedule starting tomorrow. >> and septa meantime made significant progress restoring service and chestnut hill east and west trenton regional rail lines will resume for the start of service tomorrow morning. norristown high speed line will resume with delays. as for route 101 and 102 trolleys we're awaiting update and stay with "eyewitness news" on television and online for the late tleingt. >> while the region continues to reel from the impact the nor'easter had on the tri-state it may not be the last of our weath. meteorologist lauren casey is tracking another nor'easter, oh, boy. >> oh, boy. >> tough to hear that lauren.
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>> tough to see in the model data but there it is and we're dealing with residual impacts of fraud in nor'easter with elevated whipped speeds. not damaging but gusting up to 36 miles an hour at times today in philadelphia and gus gusting to 40 mount pocono and 36 in accuweather and still blustery right now with winds gusting 32 in philadelphia and gusting to 28 miles an hour in millville and near 30 in dover and looks like yes we have nor'easter number two within a week's time in store. rain and wet snow looking likely. also looking likely accumulations that could be significant. the good portion of forecast, though, looks like this nor'easter will not be quite as potent and less of a widespread wind threat with highest wind gusts looking like it will be concentrated along the new mexico cost line and downed trees is still a possibility. one because it's saturated ground and two because of damage already done and weake weakening by the winds with friday's storm. we'll talk more about this nor'easter and where we can see some of the highest
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accumulations in you need to break out the shovel in your full eyewitness forecast coming up in a few natasha. >> lauren thank you so much. we'll see you again soon. latest weather headlines are at your finger types with cbs3 mobile weather app download today from apple app and google play stores to get local forecast on the smart phone. >> meantime two women are in police custody now after a brawl and stabbing inside a south jersey chuck e. cheese. deptford police respond todd restaurant on almondes enter road. a group of 15 to 0 people were involved in a fight and they discovered a woman inside the restaurant with minor stab wound. she reused medical treatment. employee sustained injuries as he attempted to break up the melee. the incidents does remain under investigation. >> also a violent domestic disturbance employed police involved shooting today in montgomery country. police respond todd the 00 block of jenkintown road in abington this afternoon.
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and after a victim with stab wounds ran from the home to the firehouse across the street. officials say the responding officer rs fod entry into the house because other victims were inside. officials told "eyewitness news" the officer then shot the suspect because he failed to comply with commands. abington police chief patrick malloy says country homicide investigators are handling this case. no other information about the suspect or the been released yet. >> and a crash today involving two police officers sends both of them to the hospital this view are video shows the scene in camden just after 7:30 this morning and in the area martin luther king boulevard and broadway. cam didn't county police say a ners camden county officer were both admitted to cooper non life-threatening i were seen shg through the roof of two story home in delaware county. jst afr
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11:00 this morning to the two alarm plays of surey road inalden. no word yet on what caused the injuries were reported. >> and bill cosby returns t com tomorrow. actor is due in court for a eang as part of his retrial on sex assault trial ended last june in cosby's appearances comes less than two weeks after his daughterwayrom kidney failure at 44. jury selection is set to begi 1. >> stick with us everyone. still ahead on "eyewitness news"of hollywood nostalgia. there's an auction you may not s and how you can get your happened on something and awe struck in front of a portrait of fr a closer look hip
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>> a demonstration was held in london today ahead of international women of proteste# march to gepder discrimination and violence in the workplace. march in trifolger square many speeches in the fight for women suffer rang. >> and prime minister theresa may telephoned the deep concernt his threat to tax european made cars. pean union said it would increase taxes on american madethe u.s. moved forward with plan to tax steel atrump says tariffs protet american works erin some business laiders say a trade
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war could damage broad sectors of the economy. >> and also, today, is annual commemeration of bloody sunday day of racial violence in thelma alabama happening march 7, 196 aa5 when voting is right protesters were attacked by police as they he aement canned to cross ed is bridge. more than 50 state trooper and several donz men on horseback beach him viciously when they refused to turn back. they set the stage for the montgomery march when helped to build support for congressional approval of the voting rights act a month later. >> and also today, members of congress joined civil rights activists and hundreds of others to mark the occasion. annual bridge crossing took place this navrp they will ma and included representative john lewis of georgia. who was injured during the attack 53 years ago. is always held on the month. >> and now a photo of a
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toddler who was awe struck by a portrait of former first lady that went stlirl week annual see why. it was snapped at the national portrait gallery by a visitor from north carolina who post today on its facebook page 2-yey staring at the towering portrait of painted by amy cherald. the little girl was so amazed wd for a picture. that really is awesome shothat'. >> that's a great shot. >> clearly aww str. >> i you this we ar have widespread damaging winds like onfy but a lotloof limbs are aly loosened for friday wind an we get another around of lesswind e problems. bu look at centerto it why no city, philadelphia rights now. the ben franklin bridge. we rose up over philadelphia
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earlier in the evening. and tnthave a blue moon or two l moons hat will occur month of har. . chilly now to check out the moon.s currt temperature northerly wind at 23 miles an let up.d our feels like temperature 19 degrees yeah, remember meterological spring began marcheel like it h. one degree shiv normal high temperaturet 37 s this morning and temperatures are chilly. 3 allentown and3 mount pocono and 33 raxt c and 32 in pde cll and element single digits in thnod feeling like low he 20s down the shore and middle 20s delawae and we still have the winds. 153 miles an hour and 20 miles an hour and tugho the overnight period. and through first of
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ha of monday. this coast sknded until 2 p.m. tomorrow by the national weather service ag minor flooding along the coast. especially particularly in the back bays where we ol moderate t high tide time 11 a.m. tomorrow morning. the possibility of roadways blooded down the shore.t conditions and nice around of sunshine throughout the day today. but, our next storm already taking shape right now. area of low pressure cousry and this lull pulls east and again rates ath along the coast and does this look a lowl familia moving up strengthening offshore and this one will not y intensify andnd be less so and less widespread with area of low pressure and we will see rain wet snow with prolonged period of sw lookinlike models indicating we could be
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seeing shovelable snow at this y philadelphia and we could see highes as opposed to west of i-95 and now taking a look aso is aew f. so take it easy. take a y see 15.8" but we're showg there is as far as snowfall accumulation because euro gi and gfc giving " and chances there snoforall ths would be through the day and into wednesday plan for that and stay tuned to we'll see more agreement and numbers will change. overniold tod blustery with low temperature 29. we'll start to teens and nice seasonable afternoon. temperature 47.4 broozy first half of day and wind head into
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tomorrow eve. but high temperatures right around average fe headhroughouty tomorrow. 43 to kickoff work i and 46 234 dover. and keeping an eye on that system as d night we'll likely start to see rain snow mix moving in gh up throughout the day on wednesday. it could be another tougher looks likes it will be winter oo widespread damaging winds an quieting down as we head to ne news we spring forward. >> i see little clock moving there. let's move ahead to that. >> move it forward to that. >> skip over wednesday. >> that you so much, lauren. >> don bell has sports high least and he has a question. >> bombogenesis. >> he's pretty impressed. >> dell me more doing the break. >> flyers
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