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ready for hurricane gonzalo. >> we have david and karen. >> reporter: all right, guys, we have clouds around, but no rain, obviously. as i look out on the terrace, i have a good look at the moon. 58 degrees in philadelphia. 56 in wilmington, 53 in in allentown. 60 in sea isle city. as we head outside, looks like we'll be in the upper 50s, partly cloudy and cool. but it gets milder later on as you're taking that storm tracker 6 live app on the smart phone on the train station or bus stop, 58 degrees, probably still around 58 by 8:00. noon 56 the high is a mild 71. it will be nice, overall partly sunny skies and breezy at times and comfortable. gets cooler as we head through
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the weekend, i'll have those details coming up in the 7 day. >> reporter: as you take a live look at the airport. that's southbound traffic heading into delaware county. no problems right here. you can see a good shot of the roads which are clear and dry, too. 309 fort washington near the pennsylvania turnpike, traffic here very light, so no problems. overall looking at the big picture on the blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95 in good shape at this hour, earlier with problems on 202 shut down at main street. everything is open and clear right there. we have details coming in on the scent in frankford. it was a vehicle that ran into a septa pillar. everything seems to be minor in the area. other than that you're good to go matt and tam. >> thanks, karen let's begin with our developing news story, a police chase in montgomery county ended with police officers pulling their weapons
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at a busy intersection. katherine scott is live near the scene in norristown with what we know so far. >> reporter: matt woe know that one person was hit by the gunfire and taken to the hospital. no officers were injured in all of this. this still remains under investigation. we're waiting to hear details from authorities. you can see that the intersection which was a crime scene for much of the night is now reopened. traffic is getting through. the tractor-trailer involved in the incident was towed away from markley and west main streets in norristown. and emergency vehicles cleared out about an hour ago, in that tractor-trailer you can see there are bullet holes in the windshield on the drivers side. this all happened around 11:15 last night. we're hearing that the tractor-trailer was driving erratically all over the road. so police were called in, a chase ensued, shots were fired into the cab. one person was hit and taken to the hospital. there's no official word on the
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severity of the injuries. police are at the hospital. there was damage to several people here, you can see shell casings in the street. investigators from norristown, police and the county were here for hours overnight, and, again, we're waiting to hear more details from investigators. we're hoping to hear more as the morning goes on. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> developing in delaware, "action news" has learned that two men were killed in this head-on collision in newark. the action cam was along the scene the 200 block of polly drummen hill road. the 18-year-old driver of an audi lost control and the audi slammed into the chevy suburban and flipped over. the audi drive and passenger in the car was pronounced at the scene. the 48-year-old man driving the as you other car is in the hospital
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with injuries. nina pham arrived at the national institute of health. here she is in dallas before leaving for maryland. the move was made because many of the dallas staff members are in isolation. 75 people cared for thomas eric duncan who died from ebola. in washington, d.c. a congressional committee grilled cdc director tom freeden. he allowed the second nurse to fly on a commercial jet before she was diagnosed. >> my understanding that she did contact cdc and we discussed with her her reported symptoms. my understanding that she reported no symptoms to us. >> freeden called a travel ban from west africa could backfire by encouraging people to try
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other ways to slip into the county. >> mayor nutter and city officials will discuss how to deal with the effects of ebola and other infectious diseases. chop has been working on a plan since august to treat an infected child while keeping other patients and staff safe. >> dispatchers are acid to do become the first line of defense in berks county. 911 operators will be asking patients extra confess to see -- questions to see if they are showing any symptoms of ebola just? case they show up show up in berks county. dann cuellar is tracking developments in texas be texas and ali gorman is tracking developments in atlanta. state police are trying to determine if a crash earlier in
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bucks county was caused by road rage. the crash killed lisa demayo a mother of three. demayo's jeep was cut off by a black does an. the jeep swerved and flipped over several times. the victim was on the phone with her husband telling him someone cut her off. a crucial ruling is due today on the taj mahal in atlantic city. let's head over to maribel abers live at the nasdaq in time square. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tam, a federal judge will determine whether to terminate the taj mahal's contract. it either gets relief or it says it will close the casino on november 13. stocks ended mixed yesterday, but right now futures pointing
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to a higher open. starbucks will let you pay ahead of time for that cup of coffee and other drinks. the chain plans to launch it's mobile order service it let's customers order an pay for its drinks ahead of time. it will introduce the program to the portland oregon market before the end of this year. that's the latest from business news at the market square back over to you. >> a powerful hurricane is barrelling toward bermuda right now. residents on the remote island in the atlantic boarded up their houses and stocked up on food and supplies. of gonzalo is expected to pass 29 miles per hour of bermuda which is basically a direct hit. let's finds out what's going on with david murphy? >> reporter: nice today and cooler over the weekend.
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boy we had enough rain wednesday into thursday morning. i think we deserve dry weather, right? we look outside, there's the ben franklin bridge we're seeing stars over the ben franklin bridge, and elsewhere around the region. we'll get sun and clouds and overall a good looking day. 58 degrees in philadelphia. as expected the numbers are dipping down into the 50s just about everywhere. it will be another hour or so before we start turning the numbers around. the satellite and radar imagery shows you it's a good morning to get the shades ready heading up and down i-95 or out the pennsylvania turnpike or any other area roads. the clouds are thinning out a little bit and we're expecting sunshine. in allentown we're going for a high of 68. i apologize i did not update that. there will not be a shower around, it will be a mixture of clouds and sun. down the shore we'll have clouds
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and sun in the 60s or 70s. today, breezy, winds out southwest at 20 miles per hour. 58 degrees by 8:00. so we'll still be cool by 8:00. we'll get back into the mid 60s by 11:00. the afternoon looks good, we'll be spending a lot of times in the upper 60s and low 70s. the high of 71 around 3:00 p.m. or so this afternoon. for the weekend this is what it looks like around 4:30 saturday afternoon. in the mid 60s around the region, low 60s in the lehigh valley. generally speaking, a little bit cooler than today. overnight into sunday, there comes the cool air and sunday afternoon at 5:00 we're in the mid 50s, sunday is cooler than saturday and windy conditions. hurricane gonzalo 130-mile an
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hour winds. the storm will be plowing past bermuda it will be a heavy hitter with strong winds. at the height of this the wind could go as high as 120 miles per hour. looks like bermuda will get on the other side of that later tonight and tomorrow morning. today's high, 71 partly sunny, nice. tomorrow, breezy and cooler clouds increasing during the day. 68 degrees is the high, spotlight chance of sprinkle or shower at night. sunday, windy and chilly, high of 56 degrees, look at that overnight low, 42. some suburbs are dipping into the 30s. when you get up monday morning, get ready to shiver. in the afternoon we go to 60. a little warmer on tuesday, there will be showers around and coastal system will keep us damp wednesday and thursday. >> might need to snuggle more at night. >> reporter: extra dogs on the
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bed. >> dogs will do the trick. >> we have the search for a child predator who has put parents on alert. >> apple gets a new product, that's in tech bytes. >> reporter: we have volume past 202 eastbound traffic is moving okay at this point. disabled vehicle off to the side westbound. we'll take a look at the boulevard an 422 when we come right back. >> and the world series is set. we'll have a preview later on "action news."
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>> welcome back things looking good on the platt bridge if that's part of your morningking commute. 6:13, 60 degrees on this friday. >> something else looking good here. another roadway. >> karen. >> reporter: i knew you weren't talking about me. let's check out this roadway, you're right it's nice and clear looking live on the boulevard. no problem near fox street. culling in from the northeast. it's friday, switching over to 422 here we are at trooper. eastbound traffic right here, looking good, maybe a little tap of the brakes at 23, nothing too bad, we need an easy commute after the week we've had with traffic. looking now coming in from delaware, 495, i-95 might have beening nicely, 55 miles per hour. no problems coming in there, even parts of south jersey looking good, as well on 295 and the new jersey turnpike. it was busy in the overnight and
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early morning hours, now we're looking good. fog is an issue in a few spots. we're down to 4 miles in millville and beach haven. less than a mile in reading. 2.5 in allentown. watch for the fog as you head out. temperature-wise we're looking at a current temperature of 58 degrees in philadelphia. how does that compare in 24 hours, 6 degrees drop in allentown. a little cooler to start off. >> 43 people were hurt when two trains collided in arkansas. a passenger train taking tourist on a day-long trip slipped on leaves and stalled. a second train was sent out to help and that ended up crashing head-on into the first train. >> a child rapist is suspected to be roaming the streets of
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reading. police say someone attacked a 10-year-old girl walking home from school yesterday afternoon. officers are focusing on their investigation on a abandoned home on cedar street. the reviews are in on apple's latest product launch. >> reporter: in apple's new payment system launch, apple pay allows users to use their devices touch ird sensor. other features of the ipad include a more dense processor, and fingerprint reid and comes with -- reader, and comes with three color choices. >> it has a better camera, the touch i.d. and faster processor. i do wish apple was making it a
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more powerful device. the mini iii starts at 400. im ravment -- imac features that display that's sharper than hd tv. >> vice president's son, hunter biden issues a statement after he was kicked out of the navy for cocaine. >> the giants head to the world series with kansas. >> reporter: we have jackets on the kids it's cool this afternoon, t-shirts, we'll have the afternoon call and the day-park forecast anticipate get you to the airport coming up next. >> a he minders take act -- a reminder take accuweather with you, because you need to have it with
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>> new at 6:00 a.m., two crew members made history atopped the famed saint louis arch. they were the first people to repel since 1963, they are determining the extent of the damage and the cost of the repairs. >> some folks love that pumpkin spice it's that time of year. pumpkin spice is all over menus and store shelves. one woman in illinois has decided to make it her year round tradition by loading up on pumpkin spice latte. so far she is up to 52 boxes. >> reporter: that's a lot of pumpkin spice. but i love my pumpkin. >> the more the better. >> reporter: let's head outside to i-95 it's starting to get busy toward cottman, a 21 minute
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ride from woodhaven to the vine. mass transit is looking good everything is on time. >> reporter: on the big board we have the smart phone ready for you, 58 degrees as you head to school. remember if you have storm tracker 6 live app it will change the temperature based on where you are. 3:00 p.m., 71 that's the high today. it will be a little bit breezy today with winds running 10 to 20 miles per hour, so, a bit on the breezy side, but mild and nice this afternoon. as you head to the airport, an hour ago we checked no major delays in the most traveled destinations and weir -- we're dry from atlanta to orlando. >> researchers say an ingredient in wine may help build healthier bones. decent amounts were given to middle age men those give the
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higher doses ended up with higher bone density. >> the san francisco giants tied at 3 with the cardinal's in front of the home crowd and it was a 3-run shot. giants win 6-3 and head to the fall classic for the third time in the past five years. they face the royals in kansas for game one on tuesday. the new york jets came this close to beating the new england patriots. they attempted a 58-yard field goal, but it was blocked. new england, 5-2. the jets fall 1-6. the eagles remain where they are because they don't play this weekend. >> details on a dishonorable discharge for one of the bidens. >> katherine scott is standing in montgomery county where there
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from our new jersey newsroom, assembly passed legislation for sports betting. if governor christie signs the bill, the judge would need to authorize it. the four top provisional sports league and the ncaa is suing to block it. >> teachers supporters shut down broad street, chopper 6 was over the scene as hundreds protested the canceling of the teachers union contract. it forces teachers to contribute to their healthcare. union members shouted down commission members followed by hours of testimony from teachers parents and students. >> the government believes that the canceling the union contract is unfair when a compromise could be reached. >> the district argued that the move will allow for a savings of
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nearly $44 million money that it says will go directly back into the schools. >> 6:27 we're following several developing stories including an update on the american nurses fighting ebola at special hospitals. >> breaking overnight the action cam was there czar car burst into flames on the interstate. more on the with tom corbett, things keep getting worse. september 16th. budget deficits force pennsylvania to borrow $1.5 billion dollars just to keep the lights on. three days later, pennsylvania's unemployment rate goes up for the second straight month. under tom corbett, we've fallen from 9th to 47th in job creation. and on september 25th, pennsylvania's credit is downgraded for the fifth time in two years. why would we give tom corbett four more years?
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>> developing right now on "action news" an explosive scene on a delaware county highway and incredibly no one is believed to be hurt. >> developing overnight a tractor-trailer riddled with bullet holes barrels into parked cars during a wild police chase in montgomery county. >> the first nurse infected with ebola arrives at the national institute of health to
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continue her treatment. >> good morning, it's 6:30 on this friday, let's take a look at weather and traffic. good morning. >> reporter: all right, guys we're off to a chilly start. we'll have sun up over the horizon. as we look at the satellite, the clouds cover is pushing off to the north, additional clouds to the west will pop in at times, but controversial no worse than partly sunny skies. we're cool as you step outside the door. 58 in philadelphia. 54 in reading and allentown and lancaster for that matter. 57 in trenton, 56 in wilmington, and 60s along the coast. as we head out to the train station, the bus stop and the car, 58 on that app on your smart phone. we'll get mild later. noon 56. 71 degrees that's the high today it will be breezy, but nice. karen, when i step inside we do
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have a drop in temperatures over the weekend, the latest from accuweather coming up. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with police in lehigh county we have an accident in lower macungie township, at route 100, a car brought down pole and wires. they shut down route 100 in both directions. use spring creek as the alternate. switching outside we have another new accident the on-ramp from girard to i-95 southbound of we see traffic getting by, we've got penndot on the scene. another one in the ditch. watch for this the on-ramp from girard avenue to i-95 southbound. that's creating a problem, too. switching to the schuylkill expressway, no problems today with the schuylkill expressway unlike the might -- nightmare of yesterday. westbound traffic buildings here at city avenue. >> we have breaking news, a
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dallas healthcare worker who handled clinical specimens is on a cruise ship. she did not have a direct contact with the patient who died at the dallas hospital. this is brand new video of an ambulance carrying nurse nina pham to the national institute of health in bethesda, maryland. she shared an emotional bed side message with the doctors treect her. -- treating her. inaudible. >> the 26-year-old will be treated in an isolation unit one of four in the country. pham tested positive after
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treating thomas duncan who died from the virus last week. the second nurse inequity ifed ifed -- infected is at emory hospital in atlanta. she showed symptoms before boarding a frontier line front to cleveland. president obama says he is open to appointing an ebola czar. some republicans are pushing for a west african travel ban. tam has more on what officials in philadelphia are doing. >> indeed, matt, mayor nutter will hold a briefing on philadelphia's ebola preparedness. meanwhile, they are promising all the paramedics will be equipped and trained to handle patients with infectious diseetsz by the end of the --
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diseases by the end of the day. philadelphia children's hospital has been selected to treat young children with ebola. they have been working on a plan since august to treat a sick child while keeping the staff and others safe. look for live reports later today from dann cuellar in dallas and registered nurse ali gorman in atlanta. >> and developing now, there's one person in custody after a police shooting that happened during a wild pursuit involving a tractor-trailer. let's go to "action news" reporter, katherine scott live in norristown. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we do know this was a police-involved shooting and one person was hit. there's been no reports of any officers injured. but we're waiting to hear details from investigators and the exacts circumstances surrounding the shooting. you can see the intersection is clear now. it was closed for many hours overnight for this investigation. you can see traffic is getting through at markley and west main
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in norristown. just before 5:00 a.m., the tractor-trailer involved was hooked up to the tow truck and towed away from the scene here. and in that tractor-trailer you could see bullet holes in the windshield on the drivers side. this all happened around 11:15 last night. we're hearing that the tractor-trailer was all over the road that it it was driving erratically and police were called in. and then there was a chase, shots were fired and one person was taken to the hospital. investigators from norristown police and the county were here for hours overnight. this investigation is on going. you can see shell casings in the streets. a number of emergency vehicles on the scene as they pieced this together and gathered information. no officers injured, one person taken to the hospital hit by the gunfire. we're waiting to hear more from investigators as to what exactly
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happened last night. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> katherine, thank you for that. [horn blowing]. of the. >> an incredible new video into "action news," an explosive fire destroyed an suv on i-95 in ridley township. fierce flames devoured the vehicle near stewart avenue in the southbound lane. the action cam was on the scene as firefighters got there and put the fire out. look out for closures on the stewart ramp to northbound i-95. >> a charter school in philadelphia has kicked out 250 children because it's unable to pay its bills. parents gave the founder an ear full. they held a hearing at the school's northern liberties campus. the school district does not have to pay palmer a charter fee of $1.5 million. the court said it broke its charter by enrolling twice many
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students as it was contracted to have. >> this whole school i supported from day one, pre-k on. my child probably won't go to school until november. >> the district said palmer students under-performed on tests. the district is working with parents to help them find new schools for their children. >> turning to accuweather. sounds like a nice fall day on tap today. >> reporter: it's going to be pleasant and bright for most part an mild. getting cool over the weekend. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry. heading outside we have sunshine getting ready to poke its head above the horizon. it's hard to see right now, but at the top of the screen you can you detect the orange hue buildings in the sky. outside on the terrace. looks like a lot of clear sky to start out. 58 degrees in. dewpoint, 55. of winds west-southwest at 7 miles per hour. as we look at satellite and radar you can see the cloud cover in place overnight is pushing off to the north and we
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are looking at a bright start. looks like mostly to partly sunny skies as we roll through the day. 58 degrees by 8:00. 11:64. a high of 71 we'll hit that around 3:00 p.m. it will be breezy today. him high temperatures north to south similar, everybody ranging between 69 to 71 the not much difference between allentown down to the shore. if you're heading out to high school football bring along a sweatshirt. it's going to be partly cloudy and cool. game time temperature of 64 degrees and 60 by 10:00 p.m. that's what you expect for this time of career for football. at least it's dry. we have a front coming through during the day. the high temperature will be 68 degrees, we'll see sunshine in the morning and giving way to clouds. it will start to get breezy as the day goes on. on sunday behind that front, cooler air in place only in the
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50s. hurricane gonzalo is a category four storm on its way directly to bermuda later on today. looks like the strongest winds by 11:30 will be around the island. even as early as 1:00, 2:00, it will be building in. the saturday afternoon the winds are dieing down. at that point the damage is done, i think they could have property damage in bermuda. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, partly sunny and pleasant. 71 degrees is the high. tomorrow, breezy and cool, clouds increasing at times during the morning into the afternoon. 68 degrees is the high, breezy conditions building as the day goes on. behind the front, windy and chilly, high of 56 degrees on sunday in philadelphia. we're up to 60 on monday, it will be very cold to start out monday morning. probably be wearing that fleece, maybe the winter coat monday morning out on the terrace.
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someplaces will be in the 0s. philadelphia in the low 40s. monday afternoon we get up to 60 its nice. cool the rest of the week, 65 on wednesday, back in the 50s after that. wednesday, thursday, probably showers around, okay? >> okay. thank you, david. 6:40, a creepy crawley condition a patient goes under the knife. you're not looking at a surgical scar that's the work of a spider. >> a rally at a local tourist spot later on today. >> reporter: this is 30 bypass, traffic is slow from 113. >> details next.
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1r >> taking a live look at the ben franklin bridge on this friday morning, 6:43. a couple of weeks away from the end of daylight saving time. it's a good one, you fall back. >> reporter: we like that. >> so we have to get up early an extra hour. [laughter]. >> reporter: police tell me this car brought down pole and wires here. because of the low-hanging wires, they are shutting down route 100 in both directions, between quawry and spring creek.
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route 100 shut down in lee high county in both directions, that's a problem this morning. let's look outside and check on some of the other incidents, this is the blue route at baltimore pike. that's northbound traffic a disabled vehicle up ahead on the right-hand side on the shoulder causing an issue out here, but slowing between mcdade and media bypass. a little slow on the blue route northbound. you can see southbound slow, as well right there. him let's look at the big picture, slow speeds on i-95, 29 miles per hour at cottman, 14 near girard. you've got the normal volume there. 15 on the schuylkill expressway as you travel from the boulevard to belmont. 23 miles per hour eastbound around the curve, so a little slow there, as well. i want to bring right now some of the visibility reports. we've been talking about fog in parts of the region. it hadn't been a problem at philadelphia international, if
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you're flying out. 9 miles is fine. 2 1/2 in allentown, 1.3 in reading. 1.5 in lancaster. 4 in millville. it's noticeable, patchy fog here or there. other than that no big weather problems affecting your morning commute. >> closing arguments are taking place empty sentencing phase of the oscar pistorius trial. the lawyers for oscar pistorius argued for a sentence of three years of house arrest along with community service. on the stand, steenkamp's cousin said oscar pistorius has to pay for what he's done. he has been convicted of kulpable homicide. a pro life group is taking a protest to independence hall. they will show abortions on a jumbo screen. independence national historical
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park granted the group a permit for the project. a public affairs officer said content is not considered in whn they are granting applications. >> a medical marvel from australia has earned the name of spiderman. he looked at a scratch that was crawling up his chest. the arachnid burrowed through his belly button through a scar. >> it was a hot, seering burning sensation, nothing like i felt before. >> doctor have removed the spider. >> following new developments on ebola infected nurse nina
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. let's check the traffic out
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there, you know the ben has been heavy every morning. >> reporter: that's because of the school. >> reporter: the trouble is the right lane is blocked with construction so that slows you down. here's a live look at 422 at trooper. eastbound traffic is slow past oaks to 23. a nine minute ride. 2 minutes from oaks to 202. temperatures in the upper 50s in most spots. 59 degrees by 9:00. so we're starting out cool. we'll see sunshine and clouds mixing in as the day goes on. gets milder later, 66 at noon. 71 is the high at 3:00 p.m. it will be a little bit breezy today. not horrifically so. i don't think the breeze will be strong enough to move your car out of the way on high profile expanses like the ben franklin bridge. 67 degrees by 6:00. if you have plans to go out and hunt for nice areas where the leaves are changing. the maples are showing nice
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colors. lehigh george state park, and beltsville state park. >> i will do that. let's go over to amy robach. >> tam, matt, we're talking about the emotional video of nina pham she speaks inside her dallas hospital room before she was transferred to maryland. richard besser has an interview with the chief medical officer of the texas hospital. new details on the death of comedian construction zone rivers, the medical examiner releasing a report on the cause of her death. we'll tell you what that report reveals ahead. real estate nightmare
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unwanted visitors at open houses stealing even when the personal items are locked up. we'll tell you how to protect yourself from anyone who might come into your home while you're trying to sell. he is the man of the hour, he is about to add oscar host to his long list of achievements. neil patrick harris is in the studio. >> he was great in gone girl. >> he is great in everything. >> he is amazing. thank you, amy. well jude law is going to be a father for the 5th time. the actor and his ex-girlfriend are expecting a baby. they are no longer together, but committed to raising the child. he has 3 children with his ex-wife and five-year-old daughter
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>> 6:55, katherine scott is live in norristown with breaking news on the police involved shooting. >> reporter: we have an update on the police-involved shooting. police say a 46-year-old man from patterson, new jersey, attempted to run over officers following a pursuit.
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police had received calls that several vehicles were struck near swede street. an officer saw the tractor-trailer speeding and pursued. the suspect refused to stop and ran a red light and hit a guardrail. two norristown police officers approached the suspect's vehicle from the front, ordered him out of the rig. the suspect refused to exit the tractor-trailer and drove toward officers. out of fear for their safety, the officer fired three shots into the windshield striking the suspect in the arm. the injuries are not life threatening, no injuries to police officers. >> reporter: 202 wide open, i-95 southbound is jammed, this is a live look at the ben franklin bridge jammed from cottman to girard, no accidents just a slow-go, 30 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. lower macungie township, route 100 closed in both directions,
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stick to spring creek road. >> reporter: as we come through the day, 59 degrees, kind of cool. noon, 66. 71 is the high, despite the fact it's breezy, it will feel decent, 67 by 6:00 a.m. >> that's it for us, we'll send you off to "g.m.a.," we'll see you in 30. format, karen, david, i'm tam, see you later. >> have a great weekend!
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. good morning, america. breaking news. the hero nurse with ebola speaks out for the first time. >> i love you guys. >> incredible video from inside nina pham's hospital room before her evacuation from dallas overnight for emergency treatment. and new questions this morning booth the other nurse, amber vinson. how sick was she when boarding the flight to cleveland? we hear from her family only right here this morning. and another abc exclusive, the man who runs the dallas hospital, accused of putting the nurses and an entire city at risk. >> people want to know how two nurses wearing protective gear got ebola. how did that happen? breaking overnight, vice president joe biden's son kicked out of the navy accused of