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continues from a water main break that caused massive flooding in east fall neighborhood. shoppers were stranded in the store parking lot. we're live at the scene. the septa strike moves to day five with no agreement. talks resume later today. monday, a judge will hear more arguments about whether the walkout should end before the election. lawmakers take a closer look at safety issues involving new jersey transit in the wake of the deadly september crash in hoboken. good morning. this is nbc10 news today. i am rosemary connors. it is 5:00 on this saturday.
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meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a cool start to the weekend. we check in for the first alert forecast. krystal? >> hi, rosemary. this is cooler than yesterday at this time. this is the 24 hour temperature change. not looking at temperatures, looking at the difference compared to yesterday at the same time. it is cooler, you step out early this morning, you're going to notice 15 degrees cooler in allentown, 14 degrees in wilmington, 16 degrees cooler in atlantic city, and vineland, 23 degrees cooler. across the board a chilly start. these are actual temperatures, some below freezing. some patchy frost is a possibility. 31 degrees for vineland. 39 in wilmington, and low 40s in philadelphia. mid-30s in allentown and atlantic city at 36 degrees. here's the radar and satellite. not tracking much, it is clear conditions for us. today will shape up to be a typical fall day, talking
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sunshine, light to breezy winds, temperatures moving into the 60s to track through the afternoon in philadelphia and most of the viewing area right around the low 60s. coming up in a few minutes, taking a closer look at the forecast high for saturday and sunday. a lot of events are going on. plus, talk about falling back clocks. this morning, more cleanup is under way, thanks to a massive water main break that turned a parking lot into a lake. emergency crews had to rescue dozens from the shopping center in philadelphia's east falls neighborhood. the rushing water poured onto nearby train tracks. it looked like a waterfall. 6 million gallons of water spud out of the broken main. monique braxton is live at the shopping center at roberts and fox street. monique, tell us what you can see out there? >> reporter: hi, rosemary, all is dark and quiet at baker center. barricades are up to keep people from the area most effected by the water main break.
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also, we can hear industrial size dryers in front of the wine and spirits store as well as a wimp's clothing store. sky force was over baker centers moments after the main burst. the water department tells us as much as 6 million gallons of water gushed out of control. we saw some of the 75 people that had to be rescued. another 150 people needed to be sheltered in place or carried away by raft boat. one man was trapped in his car as the water kept rising and rising. dozens of cars are totalled in all. some had water up to their windshield. we spoke to the owner of the store and he told us his insurance barely covers damage. >> going to lose a lot of money, most of the insurance doesn't cover this, it is flood insurance from outside, not a regular coverage.
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last time i called we weren't covered for this, pretty much have to pay out of our own pocket. >> reporter: the water department says there were million dollar plans under way to replace the break. the cause of the massive water break hasn't been determined. we will be checking with merchants as they arrive this morning to see when they may possibly open their stores. we should also tell you there's a 24 hour laundromat on the other side, strip mall on the other side where we are located, and everything appears to be just fine there. live in east falls, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that, monique. this is not the first time this area has dealt with a water main break. nbc10 has reported on three previous incidents at the same location in the past few years. one in january, 2014, and two more in june and september of last year. we are now in day five of the septa strike.
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both sides plan to meet at the negotiating table this weekend. a hearing is set for monday when a judge will decide if the strike could effect the election. until then the judge says workers can stay on the picket line, that means buses, subways, trollies aren't running in the city. we have keeping an eye on problems related to the strike. hopefully people are taking it easy. >> even though it is saturday, you can't rule out possibility of delays and shortages. details are coming in second by second. here's the latest. doylestown line had earlier delays, so far doing okay. for warminster, and this is the latest, it is saturday, may be
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getting relief with septa. looking at an accident in douglass, it did clear. septa and the largest union have gone from the bargaining table to court. yesterday, a judge ruled against septa's request to force them back to work. monday, she will hear more evidence to determine if the strike should stop for the election. septa called for the emergency hearing. the transit agency claims delays on regional rail as you heard francesca mention, poor school attendance and traffic present a danger for welfare and safety of riders. the union says the strike is inconvenient but does not present such a danger. >> that is not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant injunction against striking employees. >> we're not going to lie down, why we can't resolve the strike and watch passengers suffer.
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>> the union calls the injunction legal tricks to avoid real bargaining. septa's lawyer insists real talks continue this weekend and the top priority is to settle the strike. meantime, there are safety concerns for new jersey transit. just yesterday, lawmakers grilled executives in trenton after they didn't show up at a similar hearing weeks ago. the new director apologized for missing the last hearing and admitted to a number of safety violations discovered in a federal review. they include lack of on board emergency tools and working fire extinguishers on trains and workers using cell phones when they shouldn't be. the hearing was called after the deadly crash in hoboken in september. the director did promise the transit agency will meet a deadline to install positive train control or ptc. that's technology that slows a train if it is speeding. right now it is missing from the track on hoboken and other rails
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in the area. stevie wonder brings political star power to philly for hillary clinton and he's not the only "a" list celebrity making a push before tuesday's election. details ahead. i am here all by myself. >> and during a campaign stop in pennsylvania donald trump says he doesn't need outside star power. he has his own. we will have more on his visit to hershey coming up.
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looking at today's forecast, a gorgeous fall day. typical conditions for this time of year. should be in the low 60s, there we are in the afternoon. starting chilly though. 43 at 8:00 a.m. mid-50s lunchtime, and 62 the temperature as we get into the afternoon at 4:00. sunny across the board.
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starting out clear this morning and that's going to last throughout. definitely a day to get outside, just have to layer up. 39 degrees at 8:00 a.m. in the suburbs. 54 at lunchtime and same for lehigh valley. 60 for the expected high temperature in parts of the suburbs and the lehigh valley. in delaware, new jersey, the same. starting out cool, upper 30s 8:00 a.m., both 39 degrees, new jersey and delaware. mid 50 through the afternoon and temperatures again across the board hanging in the low 60s this afternoon with winds looking pretty manageable. winds are coming in mostly from the northwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. your afternoon may have light to breezy wind conditions. today's forecast is a good one. tomorrow may be rainy. we will talk about the weekend and the work week coming up. 11 minutes past 5:00 this saturday. ridesharing is now legal in pennsylvania. yesterday, governor tom wolf signed a bill that allows
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services like uber and lyft to operate. in philadelphia, two-thirds of revenue for that will go to the school district. and they're requiring background checks and insurance coverage for all drivers. later this morning more than 1200 participants walk and run to support people that face daily challenges of diabetes. this is a live look over the philadelphia museum of art where the step out walk to stop diabetes begins at 9:30. money from the event goes to prevention of diabetes and finding a cure. coming up, new jersey governor chris christie cancels his campaign events for donald trump, this after a jury convicted two top aides in bridge gate scandal. more on the verdict and reaction. te - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat.
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this weekend, the nypd is mourning one of their own. a police sergeant killed and another wounded in a shootout in the bronx. the suspect was also killed. police say he fired at officers to stop his car after a brief chase. the officer that died is identified as a sergeant with a 19 year history on the force. the other officer shot is expected to recover. now to decision 2016. some star suddentudded support prepare for the race to the white house. ♪ >> stevie wonder used his voice to encourage philadelphia ns to support hillary clinton on election day. he performed at a get out the
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vote concert last night. that's not the only star using talents to campaign in the area. tonight hillary clinton joins katy perry at a performance. and vice president joe biden will campaign in bristol today. the president will continue campaigning for clinton tomorrow, in harrisburg and scranton. pennsylvania hasn't voted for a republican in six presidential elections. hillary clinton is rocking the vote with the help of beyonce and jay-z. they took to the stage together in ohio last night. the super couple hosted an all-star concert for clinton in cleveland. beyonce wore a pant suit to honor clinton who said she loved
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it. >> jay member rably said something we should all recall. rosa parks sat so martin luther king could walk and martin luther walked so barack obama could run, and barack obama ran so all the children could fly. >> hillary, bill clinton, michelle and barack obama are coming for a final rally monday night. time and location yet to be announced. we'll keep you posted. donald trump is back in pennsylvania tomorrow having a campaign event near pittsburgh. today trump is in four states pushing for every vote. last night told a crowd in clinton, he didn't need stars to bring thousands of supporters to his rally. >> i hear we set a new record for this building. and by the way, i didn't have to bring jay low or jay-z. only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself.
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i am here all by myself. >> the republican nominee also pointed out to the crowd how critical pennsylvania is to his chances of winning the presidency. today, mississippi governor bill brian and former governors mike huckabee and rick perry are campaigning for trump in chester county. nbc10 has you covered for the election. watch the special campaign countdown show monday at 7:00. we'll be covering clinton's big election eve rally in philadelphia live. and starting monday, we're going to be in new york city at campaign headquarters for both candidates. in other news this morning, new jersey governor chris christie was supposed to make campaign stops for donald trump in new hampshire today but he cancelled those appearances. the move after two of his former aides were convicted in connection with the bridge gate scandal. they were accused of
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orchestrating the traffic jam on george washington bridge in 2013 to punish a mayor for not backing his re-election. a jury found them guilty on seven charges of conspiracy and wire fraud. >> i said at the time of my opening and summation i thought she's a scapegoat and i feel now she's a scapegoat. >> i am innocent of these charges and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> sentencing is scheduled for february. christie denies any knowledge of the allege td crime. and we are talking the weekend forecast, a really nice weekend forecast. very fall like. starting chilly, we will be cool but sunny getting into the later part of the day. the philadelphia neighborhoods, park side in the mid-30s, dora 34 degrees. a lot of us in the 40s as well.
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48 degrees in center city. graduate hospital 43 degrees. and we have 32 degrees in pemberton. heads up, some patchy fog is a possibility this morning around the region. temperatures around freezing. looking at delaware neighborhoods. 35 for marshallton, low 40s for wilmington this morning. we see quite a few 40s throughout delaware and upper 30s. allendale, 36. lewis beach now 44 degrees for the current temperature. going to be in the 60s by later today. looking at radar and satellite, a clear picture for us. that should last the entire day, not expecting much change when it comes to cloud coverage today. should be a sunny to mostly sunny forecast. you can get out, so many different events this weekend, it will be perfect weather for
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that, including things like the heart walk and diabetes walk we just talked about. looking at the neighborhood forecast today in the 60s this afternoon. 63 degrees in center city, 61 in westchester. low 60s continue through the lehigh valley, allentown at 60 with sunny conditions throughout. going from philadelphia and the suburbs to lehigh valley and delaware and new jersey. little to no change on the numbers. ocean city, 62 degrees. wilmington with a forecast high of 63. right now we're sitting in the lower 40s already. daylight saving ends, clocks fall back 2:00 a.m. sunday. falling back to 1:00 a.m. sunrise today at 7:35. tomorrow at 6:36. so that earlier sunrise, also means we will see the sunset around 4:54 by tomorrow.
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that's the effect you'll feel before you go to sleep tonight. knock the clocks back an hour. you get an extra hour of sleep. hour by hour forecast. clear conditions. we move through the board through saturday. 7:00 in the evening. no change. staying clear through saturday. overnight, spotty clouds possible. clear start to sunday. that lasts through the entire sunday. clear conditions, a lot of sunshine. temperatures are similar to today. we will talk more about temperatures extending through the ten day forecast in the next half hour. up next in sports. eagles coach tells us howl replace josh hutch sunday begins the giants. and walker hopes to lead them to a fourth straight win and continue the chase for a division title. all coming up in sports.
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good morning, happy saturday. once again the eagles will take the train tomorrow to north
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jersey where they will face the giants sunday afternoon. carson wentz has yet to beat a division opponent or win a road game. bryce treous will play. josh huff was released yesterday. it will be the first time this season that treggs has been activated for a game. huff was playing nearly 30 snaps a game. doug pederson was asked how much of that playing time will go to treggs. >> he will take a majority of those, and we've talked about treggs in the past, where his learning curve is, what he can handle. he's done a great job this week. he'll be ready to go obviously and fill in the situation there. then the rest of it will get divided. >> we are your official eagles station. nbc10 getting you ready for the eagles and giants. we'll have all the highlights during eagles game day final right after nbc10 news at 11:00. the flyers and sixers both off tonight and face tough opponents tomorrow. the sixers host lebron james and the cavaliers. the flyers visit an angry canadiens team that lost 10-0
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for the first regulation loss of the season. the temple owls visiting uconn. fast start for the owls. first drive, phillip walker hits jahad thomas. 23 yard touchdown. gets into the end zone. 7-0. second drive for the owls. this time a 10-yard pitch and catch. 14-0, temple. third possession, walker airing it out. hits roman deloach over the middle. all the scoring and the game, you just saw it. temple wins its fourth straight, 21-0. that's sports, i am danny pommells. csn. comcast customers with the x-1 device have access to netflix next week. you have to have a netflix subscription but don't have to change settings or have separate remotes. information will pop up on the tv to allow you to sign in. then you can talk into the remote and say netflix.
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comcast is the parent company of nbc10. a few minutes before 5:30. crews cleaning up a shopping center in a philadelphia neighborhood after a water main break dumped millions of gallons of water. we will have a live report from the scene next. a chilly start to your morning this saturday. numbers in the 30s out there. we will talk about how much we warm up this afternoon and sunday. here's a live look outside where winds are picking up a bit. "new fallout for donald trump." "should a woman be punshied for having an abortion?" "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would, suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. i alone can fix it!
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a flood from a water main break leads to lost cars and dramatic rescues. the clean up continues after rushing water turns a parking lot into a lake in east falls. we are live at the scene. a judge


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