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the hour of the 400 block of basic bickley place. yesterday fires ripped through five row homes no one was hurt but 19 people were forced out of homes. nbc 10 george spencer is on his way to the scene. count on us as we monitor developments on this breaking news story out of chester. he ran like four of us over. >> now at 11:00 and only on nbc 10 questions raised after a police pursuit. philadelphia police say a suspect ran over four officers with his car. >> we firts showst showed you this video three weeks ago. police shot the driver in the chest moments after the investigation. now we have recordings that show the pursuit was called off five minutes before police shot
rudolph kent. we asked philadelphia police what happened. >> you're about to hear police dispatch taping including a segment of the supervisor calling off the chase. the driver's attorney wants to know how his client ended up in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest. the initial call was for an emergency. a man had a seizure and crashed his car. >> we have a male that's having a seizure. >> reporter: police responded. when the man woke up he hit the gas and officers. police radio communications between dispatch and the officers give a glimpse of what happened next. >> he took off in the car. he ran like four of us over. we're now -- >> reporter: he led police on a chase through north philadelphia. >> down the road. >> reporter: less than five minutes into the pursuit the chase is called off. >> break it off. >> reporter: seconds later
dispatch repeats it. the inspector wants the chase to stop. >> break it off. break it off. >> reporter: then this about one minute later from an officer. >> i still have eyes on. >> reporter: after another minute. >> i got him stopped. >> he took off. we're heading east on ogontz. >> reporter: 30 seconds later a third call. this time the supervisor again. >> shut it downright now. shut it down. do not follow the vehicle. >> reporter: just over one minute after this command, kent was shot in the chest by an officer. >> this is a para military organization. your job is to follow the orders of your superviesors and superiors. >> reporter: he said he can't talk specifically about the case but says the department has clear policies on pursuits. >> any supervisor is terminate
the pursuit. the officers are to disengage in the pursuit. >> reporter: no officer is heard on the audio giving that information. stanford confirms internal affairs is investigating. he faces multiple charges including attempt murder and aggravated assault. >> he believes officers had a right to fear at the start of the chase but after first order to abort, he believes the situation changed. >> it's not a matter of my life was in danger. you shouldn't have been there. you were told do not pursue. >> reporter: he points to the history of medication and seizures for the incident. he's behind bars facing attempted murder and aggravated assault charges. another cold and wet night across our region. nbc 10 was in rittenhouse.
what can we expect for the morning commute? >> reporter: we do have the rain around still right now. even overnight i think we'll still have the rain. tomorrow we'll have quite a bit less in the way of rain than what we had today. the rain now is mostly around the philadelphia area. the major interstates seeing some more moderate showers. also in parts of camden up through burlington the green is the lighter rain. it's pretty much just blanketed across i-95. here is what happens with future weather. clearing the rain out for the morning commute. i think most of us will be dry and most of us will be seeing the cloud cover. wouldn't be surprised if there were few areas of some spotty drizzle. temperatures by 8:00 for new jersey and delaware still in about the mid-50s. a cloudy cool start to the day. philadelphia area up to trenton still about the mid-50s and cloudy. cool start to the day too. the farther north and west
you'll notice more breaks in the sunshine sunshine. temperatures still on the cool side. i'll show you the chance of rain for the rest of the week and a warm up in the forecast too. that's straight ahead. the police need to start treating criminals as criminals and victims as victims. >> a community united in protests. more than 20400 neighbors came together to rally against a group of women. they claim they attacked several members of their south philadelphia neighborhood and police were slow to take action. nbc 10 was at tonight's protest and joins us live. you spoke to victims. >> reporter: a couple of neighbors told me that they think this was racially motivated and they were the victims of random attacks. tonight rally was held holding about hundreds of people to take back their streets. >> what did we do to deserve this? >> reporter: no voice too young to be heard doing a protest over
neighborhood violence and claims police are not doing enough to protect them. >> the police need to start treating criminals as criminals and victims as victims. >> you said it. way to go. >> reporter: neighbors shut down fourth and wolf street in south philadelphia to protest back to back attacks over the weekend. >> what do you do? >> reporter: the victims stood among the crowd of more than 200 people. they talked to nbc 10 and asked we shield their identities over concerns for their safety. in one attack a father says he was struck by a group of women who frequent the neighborhood. >> punching scratching kicking, cursing, threatening, you name it. >> reporter: a woman says two from the same group pushed their way into their home when she tried to protect the man's 11-year-old son. >> i grabbed the little boy out of harm's way and threw him in my house. >> reporter: she suffered a black eye and a confusion. the group directed some of their anger at the third district captain who showed up to hear
their concerns. >> they're disgruntled with the police and it's their right. i made it known we're here to support them. >> reporter: the councilman said an investigation into the initial police response is just getting started. >> we think they might have been under the impression of a different call happening on the 400 block and they thought they resolved that. >> reporter: internal affairs is looking into police response and interviewing the officers involved. the district attorney's office will decide whether charges will be filed. the video voyeur who preyed on underage girls and women in dressing rooms all over our area is waiting to learn his punishment for the crimes. he pleaded guilty in delaware county. prosecutors say he used his cell phone to record underage girls and women in dressing rooms from king of prussia to the jersey shore. he up loaded the videos to a
pornographic website. he will be sentenced in september. to a first alert traffic update. this is a live picture of roosevelt roosevelt roosevelt boulevard in rhawnhurst. tomorrow night the southbound express lanes will be closed. local lanes will remain open to traffic. the latest on the deadly, members of congress are demanding answers about last month's crash that killed eight people. lawmakers asked a lot of questions about seat belts. the federal railroad administration said belts on trains would require that every seat be changed costing billions. amtrak ceo told congress he
never thought a train could get enough speed to derail on that particular curve. >> by the end of this year this system which will enhance safety will be complete and operational. >> the ntsb is still reviewing the engineers phone and text records. the report released today reveals the derailment cost amtrak more than $9 million. president obama signed the usa freedom act into law. it's a replacement for the patriot act which expired sunday. it will allow for the bulk collection of phone records. the phone companies will store all of that data instead of the government which would need warrant to get it. funeral plans are set for beau biden.
he died of brain cancer saturday. he will lie in honor at legislative hall in dover thursday from 1:00 until 5:00. that is open to the public. then on friday there will be two public viewings a funeral mass will be held saturday morning. president obama will deliver the eu eulogy. new at 11:00, a superior court judge suspended his law clerk for facebook post she made about the death of a new jersey state trooper. in one post she wrote, nonetheless, i agree that it is sad and heart wrenching for the family members left to suffer the consequences of the trooper's recklessness especially for the deer family who lost a mommy or daddy or
baby dear. anderson serves as a law clerk. that post and several others follow the death of state trooper anthony raspa. he died last friday after his patrol car hit a deer. the flags have been flying at half staff. the law clerk's facebook post have since been taken down. she's suspended for two weeks with pay pending the outcome of an investigation. this cool rainy weather sticking around. i'm watching when it will finally break and feel like summer again. a montgomery county woman stranded on the roof of her car. the step by step rescue and the special tools rescuers used. people opening up their homes for others when pope francis comes to town. just how much they're charging families to stay.
we continue to follow breaking news. a fire in chester county is the third on the same block in a week. >> reporter: some really serious investigative questions out here. still an active fire scene. ladder trucks still hoisted up in the air. we've seen firefighters still on the roofs of some of these homes. the active fire fight ended just 20 minutes ago. nbc 10 was on this same block of bickley place early yesterday morning. in that fire five buildings were damaged and 19 residents displaced. crews said they been here on the same block for a separate fire early saturday morning as well. that fire a couple of homes damaged as well. as we come back to the live pictures you can see fire crews beginning the mop up operation here on bickley place. the central question the cause of three fires on there same block in just four days is still
an unanswered question at this time. those investigations continuing right now. that's the latest live right now. i'm george spencer, nbc 10 news. we're three months away from pope francis historic visit from philadelphia. hotels are filling up and now the philadelphia archdiocese is making a plea for anyone to rent space in their homes. 1400 homes are already listed on home stay. it's a site offering home to people for the visit. she's only charging $1. >> these are religious people. they are here for religious reasons. i don't want to take advantage of that. >> people who rent their homes through home stay can set whatever rate they want. home stay gets a 10% commission. new at 11:00 we're getting our first look at a water rescue in montgomery county.
a woman found herself stranded in yesterday's flooding and called to help. earlier today george spencer spoke to the team who saved her and takes us through the photos that document their every step. >> reporter: seated on the roof of her black audi the rain swollen creek rushing past halfway up the car door this is how rescuers found the driver stranded around 6:00 last night. >> when you arrive at something like that you're focused on the victim. >> reporter: the chief was one of the first rescuers on scene. the fast moving mill creek covers old gulf road here even on a dry day but last night after the heavy rains glad win fire companies water rescue team waded into fast moving currents and even faster changing situation. >> seconds count because in one to two feet of water a car can be swept downstream and she's sitting on top. she's going with it.
>> reporter: as rescuer began their work upstream the chief positioned additional crews further downstream. fail safe back up in case the driver was swept away mid rescue. >> got something to hold onto. >> reporter: rescuers used walking sticks like this to make their way to the driver after putting her in a life vest they got to woman off the car's roof and then linked one to another they began the walk to water's edge. with each step a successful rescue taking shape. >> it's team sport and really feets good when you come back and know you were successful. >> reporter: tonight at the same spot the water level was lower but the gates remained closed. the rescue itself a reminder of the dangers of fast moving water. today definitely a rainy and cool day and even for the rest
ovt of tonight the showers are still around. rainy for most of the area and also cool temperatures. we're still in about the mid-50s. hasn't changed much since the afternoon. clouds will linger through the overnight hours. more clouds will come back thursday and as we go into friday, we'll see even warmer temperatures. now for the morning commute tomorrow, we had such rainy day today you will notice some changes. the clouds will still be here. areas north and west you may have a little more in the way of sunshine with clouds trying to break up around 53 degrees by 8:00 a.m. philadelphia area around the mid-50s. suburbs mid-50s as well. skies will be mostly on the cloudy cloudy side and it will be a chilly start to your day. today we got to 58 degrees. tomorrow and even thursday we'll be into the upper 60s. still ten degrees below normal. by friday we finally get closer to average. we keep on warming a bit.
the timing of the warm up looks pretty good. radar showing the rain right now. it's mostly in burlington county. some very light rain around the philadelphia area. that's where we see the heavier rain showers. this is all pretty much moving to the northeast. i think it will really leave the area through the overnight hours. you see that direction it's taking up toward burlington county, ocean county. that's really the direction the rain is moving and it's going to start to clear out overnight tonight. clouds will be left behind. a lot of this moisture is starting to slide offshore and that will set us up for mostly dry morning commute tomorrow. future weather is showing that. i think we could see areas of drizzle but overall staying mostly dry. 5:00 tomorrow afternoon notice how we see breaks in the clouds and dry air will move in. cooler temperatures will remain to the south. thursday the clouds move back in and we could see showers moving
in from the shore even through thursday afternoon and we start to see more of warm up as we go into friday. for tonight, cloudy and cool. still the chance of a shower around. temperatures staying in the low 50s. tomorrow mix sun and clouds. temperatures there could get around 70 degrees. mid-60s the farther south you go. thursday better chance of showers. highs in the upper 60s and by friday 77. 80 as we go into the weekend. john. does new eagle stand behind his super bowl guarantee? we'll hear from his teammates and why did darren ruf deserve a pie tonight?
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i'm john clark. eagles back at work today. sam bradford for the first time took part in the seven on seven drills. he hasn't done this yet. he is still on schedule coming back from knee surgery. remember byron mallxwell guaranteed the team would be in the super bowl. he and his teammates believe it. >> i don't think it's one person has us believing that. it's our year. i think we truly believe that in the locker room. >> i love it. he's a confident dude and rightfully so. he's wanera winner. he's coming from that type of environment. i want that to come onto me. nobody was scared when he said that. we going to back him up. >> love the attitude.
he's still the slot corner. he's not playing outside. he wants to start and play outside. he says chip kelly told him he has the chance to compete for that job. >> two years running with this story. it's getting real old for me. i'm just going to continue to be the best slot in the nfl. i feel like i am. he said i'm looking for you to compete. that's what he said. he's the coach. he's a the man of his word and i'm going to hold him accountable to that like he does us. >> raining most of the game of course. in the sixth the phils down 4-1. chase utley gone. his average is over .200. phillies trailing after seven innings in year. they were 1 and 30. eighth inning, down pair. ties the game up at four.
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nbc 10 and nbc universal are giving away money to non-profit organization. it's all part of a project called 21st century solutions. they are implementing new and innovative programs. the application is on our website. eligibility requirements are listed there. the deadline to apply is july 3rd. the rainy week continues. >> it does. today we had the rain and chilly temperatures well below normal. we were in the 50s for most of the day today. tonight the same thing. tomorrow morning you'll be
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