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sharing. good morning, america. and breaking overnight, a new arrest in that prison break. a second prison worker. this guard accused of providing tools and favors to those escaped killers trading them for paintings created by this murderer as authorities fear the killers may have found guns. happening now, triple-digit temperatures scorching the west. fueling dozens of wildfires right now. torrential rain and flash floods leaving drivers stranded. a huge area of severe weather threatening tens of millions this morning and what is causing this giant whirlpool in the middle of a texas lake? also the supermarket shocker this morning. the huge grocery store chain accused of secretly overcharging customers. investigators now calling it the worst case they've ever seen and how they say they were getting away with it.
♪ this is my fight song ♪ and this morning we're hearing emotionally from the teenager who lost his arm in an encounter with a shark on the beach in north carolina. >> i feel something against my leg. it all happened very very quickly. >> his inspiring words and his message for the young girl who was also bitten by a shark on the same day just miles away only on "gma." ♪ this is my fight song ♪ ♪ this is my life song ♪ we do say good morning, america on this thursday morning. friday eve, good to have dan and david back with us this morning. and the incredible strength from that young man. >> yeah this really is something. he lost his arm less than two weeks ago but he's taking this as another one of life's challenges. what a message he has for everyone and this is just as we learn of another shark attack on that north carolina coastline and we'll have more on that too. >> that's all ahead. we want to begin with the latest on those escaped killers.
a new prison worker arrested overnight. this guard accused of giving the vicks contraband as the threat from this public emergency grows. new fears the men may now be armed with hunting rifles as teams continue their frantic search for them. abc's linzie janis starts us off in owls head new york. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. police believe the men may be heavily armed, stealing guns from that cabin where they were hiding out or from others in the area. they are warning people they are extremely dangerous and cunning. this as a second prison employee faces charges over their escape. overnight, corrections officer gene palmer seen leaving court in this video from local station wptz out on bail after being charged with two counts of tampering with physical evidence promoting prison contraband and official misconduct. >> the allegations is that he provided needle-nose pliers and a screwdriver to the inmates.
he would take sweat or matt in the catwalks behind their cells. >> reporter: the 57-year-old on paid sick leave before his arrest allegedly delivering frozen hamburger meat to convicted killer matt with those tools hidden inside. on behalf of joyce mitchell a prison shop worker who's been charged with aiding the escapees. officials say palmer accepted gifts from sweat and matt. those gifts allegedly including paintings like these in exchange for bringing contraband to the two inmates. >> he removed those from the facility. at palmer's residence he burned some of the paintings to avoid the investigators from locating them. >> reporter: over the weekend investigators questioning palmer for 14 hours telling us he was cooperating with authorities. >> here on my own free will to help and arrest. >> reporter: palmer's lawyers speaking out overnight saying his client was not in on the escape plot. >> he passed the polygraph test. he had no knowledge that these
two individuals were going to attempt an escape. >> reporter: alleging inis it he had that palmer had been dupred by his co-worker mitchell who's pleaded not guilty. this as a former inmate who worked at the prison shop with mitchell three years ago reveals new details about the alleged relationship between the 51-year-old mom and sweat. >> he acted like he knew joyce for years. she'd bring him things like food and art supplies. we used to call her his boo. >> reporter: erik jensen saying it was not unusual. >> they would bring in the deer meat for some of the inmates. this made give it to them. they'd cook it. sometimes, you know, she'd share a bowl of food with them. that's how close some of them are in there. >> reporter: police say when palmer gave the prisoners access to that catwalk it may have helped them cope out their escape route. the search continues. no significant leads in six days david. >> thinking about that
community, trouble sleeping there every single night this continues. we'll turn to the extreme weather. they say the worst fire conditions ever and in the middle of the country this morning, potentially life-threatening flooding so right over to ginger zee tracking it all. the same part of the country all over again. >> those explosive developments of the storms overnight frequent lightning and, yes, the flash flooding right now in central illinois and indiana. the flash flood watches stretch from indiana back to kansas even parts of south dakota up to 7 inches of rain already. overnight up to 5 inches of blinding rain across iowa. severe storms with incredible structure. winds gusting up to 80 miles per hour. in denver -- >> came out of nowhere. a lot of hail a lot of rain. >> reporter: 2 inches of rain falling in just an hour. flash floods stranding drivers leaving their cars behind. >> it's done.
it's done. oh my god. >> reporter: this bus and others plowing through inevitably needing rescued and in california the scorching heat and persistent drought fueling the worst fire season conditions ever. >> i would not say the worst is over yet. >> reporter: in santa clarita 450 firefighters taking on this brush fire that scorched 350 acres wednesday. abc's kayna whitworth was right there. >> can you see this ash that the fire has created? the wind is blowing that into neighborhoods so we've had to wear protective masks all day long. to give you an idea how close this is beyond that fence is a home. >> reporter: in just the first six months of the year firefighters have responded to 1100 fires. typically responding to 650 the entire year. it's not just heat in the southwest and it is not just the wildfires in california look at what's going to happen the next couple of days. this is the heat by saturday. there's an excessive heat watch that includes portland oregon
spokane will get to 103. could be the hottest temperature they've seen in years then watching severe weather threat hail and damaging wind possible anywhere from kansas city to washington, d.c. this afternoon so a lot to get on the map and i'll have a whole lot more coming up in your nation's weather. >> going to be a busy morning for you, all right, ginger thank you. to the boston marathon bomber finally breaking his silence at his sentencing apologizing for his actions that killed three people and wounded 260 more. but most victims and their families unwilling to accept that apology. abc's ron claiborne in boston with more for us. good morning, ron. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, robin. really it was extraordinary and for many unexpected when dzhokhar tsarnaev entered the courtroom, he was smiling but when it was his turn to speak he was solemn soft-spoken and in words at least contrite. ever since the boston marathon bombings our only glimpse of dzhokhar tsarnaev this prison security video. until now on the day he was to
be sentenced to die this apology. i am sorry for the lives that i have taken, for the suffering that i've caused you, for the damage that i've done. and from him, this stunning confession if there's any lingering doubt, i did do it along with my brother. and affirming his muslim faith he added, i prayed for allah to bestow his mercy upon the deceased. those affected in the bombing and their families. i pay for your relief for your healing. tsarnaev spoke without ever looking at the survivors and victims in the courtroom. some of them there to give victim impact statements. the mother of krystle campbell one of three people killed in the twin bombings saying i don't know what to say to you. what you did to my daughter was disgusting. afterward many said they just cannot accept tsarnaev's words of remorse. >> he blew people up. he got what he deserved. >> reporter: fucarile's son was hit by bits of shrapnel.
>> he said he was remorseful. i find that hard to believe. it really does not change anything for me because what he took from me i'm never going to be able to regain. >> reporter: tsarnaev's lawyers say he will appeal his conviction. that could take years, possibly even decades. he will spend that time most likely on federal death row in indiana, terre haute, indiana where he will be confined 23 hours a day to a small spartan cell. robin and david. >> this is really incredible. all these families that suffered through this whole thing and the lives lost. we have covered martin richard, the 8-year-old boy. his father addressed tsarnaev in court and said, you know, he chose destruction, he chose death, this is all on him. we chose love kindness peace, this is what makes us different. >> every family has handled it differently and in the days ahead we'll discuss the power of forgiveness because some people are able to do it and some it's more of a process to get there. >> yeah you can understand why.
>> oh absolutely. >> all right, robin. we'll move to that strange and uncomfortable moment at the white house. that scene president obama heckled while speaking during an event he was hosting and abc's jon karl is at the white house and, jon, the president seemed to be drawing the line at being interrupted in his own home. >> reporter: you don't often see the president getting heckled right here at the white house but that is exactly what happened at a reception here last night. the protester was protesting the deportation of transgender un undocumented immigrants and as you can see, she really irritated the president. >> yeah. listen you're in my house. [ laughter ] you're not going to get a good response from me by interrupting me like this. shame on you. can we escort this person out? you know my attitude is if you're eating the hors d'oeuvre d'oeuvres, you know what i'm saying? >> i do. >> okay. and drinking the booze.
[ laughter ] i know that's right. >> reporter: and by the way, david, did speak to the heckler afterwards and told us she did have some of that white house food and she did drink some of that white house champagne before heckling the president. >> when you're invited for hors d'oeuvre and a few drinks you might want to save the heckling till later. when the president was allowed to talk without interruption he talked about the supreme court. two major decisions coming. same-sex marriage and obamacare. these could have potentially huge implications. >> reporter: huge implication david. in fact these may end up being the two biggest supreme court decisions of the entire obama presidency. you could see same-sex marriage established as a constitutional right and there's a potential you could see obamacare basically destroyed by the elimination of those subsidies that help people buy insurance through obamacare. those digs we are told from the supreme court will come down either today, tomorrow or monday. >> jon, we know you're standing by for that as we are all
standing by. >> anxious to see what they will be david. now to that major consumer alert this morning. accusations of overcharging at some whole foods stores. new york city inspectors calling it the worst case they've ever seen and this is not the first time the supermarket chain has been accused of this. abc's rebecca jarvis here with all the details for us. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. it is an ongoing investigation. investigators tested 80 different types of prepackaged goods and found all of the products had packages with mislabeled weights. this morning, popular grocery store chain whole foods with stores in 42 states under scrutiny after new york consumer affairs says their investigators found the worst case of grocery mislabeling they've ever seen. the investigation finding eight whole foods locations in new york city have been overcharging customers routinely overstating the weights of prepackaged
products. >> 80 different types of categories have prepackaged foods. in all 80 there was significant overcharges. >> reporter: in investigators citing these examples. a package of chicken tenders overpriced by nearly $5. this vegetable platter, $6 more than it should be. and a package of shrimp overpriced by almost $15. >> this is really adding up to hundreds of dollars potentially a year for consumers. >> reporter: it isn't the first time stores from the multibillion dollar whole foods chain have been accused of overcharging. a 2012 investigation in california uncovered pricing violations whole foods agreeing to pay $800,000 in penalties. in a statement to abc news whole foods says "we disagree with the dca's overreaching allegations and we are vigorously defending ourselves. our customers are our number one stakeholder and we highly value
their trust in us." now, one thing you can do to protect yourself regardless of where you shop is weigh those prepackaged goods yourself make sure that what it says on the package, david, is the accurate amount or take it back. let them know. >> people will start heading over to the scale after this one. rebecca, thanks. the latest now on bobbi kristina brown, the 22-year-old daughter of bobby brown and the late whitney houston moved to hospice care and her family says her condition is worsening. abc's mara schiavocampo with the story. >> reporter: this morning, bobbi kristina brown's aunt pat houston telling abc news she is quote, in god's hands now. the 22-year-old moved to hospice care five months after being found unresponsive in january. >> 21-year-old female in the bathtub face down pd's en route. >> reporter: despite the great medical care at numerous facilities pat houston says, her condition has continued to deteriorate. we thank everyone for their support and prayers. with details on bobbi kristina's condition still shrouded in
mystery, her court.ed conservator has just filed a civil complaint against her boyfriend, nick gordon accusing him of emotional and physical abuse, knocking out a front tooth and dragging her by her hair and alleging gordon stole more than $11,000 from bobbi kristina's bank accounts while she was in a coma. gordon has not returned our request for comment but writing overnight in a now private tweet "we keep praying. she has fought hard this long. don't give up hope." bobbi kristina was found nearly three years to the day after her music legend mother whitney houston was also found unresponsive in a bathtub. ♪ it is the greatest love of all ♪ >> reporter: despite bobbi kristina's troubled past and rumors of alleged drug use, krissy was the light of houston's life her cherished only child. ♪ you see i got my baby ♪ >> reporter: houston even bringing her on stage at her last appearance on "gma."
>> bobbi kristina y'all. >> reporter: this morning the family facing tragedy once again. the criminal investigation into how bobbi kristina ended up in that bathtub is now closed. police have turned it over to prosecutors to decide if any charges should be brought. nick gordon has not been charged with anything. robin, david. >> i remember that morning when they were both on stage in central park that concert. >> she loved her daughter. over to dan harris. you have breaking news at the top of the newscast. good morning, fighter jet went down in arizona in the desert overnight rupturing a gas line and creating a huge fireball. a woman called 911 saying there was a plane on fire in her yard. homes nearby were evacuated. that f-16 fighting falcon like this one was on a training mission. the pilot's condition still unknown. more breaking news this morning. the ceo at the center of that air bag safety crisis is now apologizing. the head of takata appeared in public for the first time this morning bowing his head.
the company's defective inflaters triggered the largest recall in history, at least eight people have died. the funerals begin today for the victims of that charleston church massacre. last night parishioners gathered at the scene of the crime to resume their weekly bible study. and the state senator and pastor of the church reverend clementa pinckney will lie in state for a second day before he is eulogized tomorrow by president obama himself. also word this morning that suspected shooter, dylann roof will likely face federal hate crime charges. now to a very close call from a falling object. imagine seeing this in your home. the wheel had fallen off a private jet coming in for a lapping at the airport in montreal. happy to say nobody got hurt here. finally from the news desk they are already calling this the catch of the year in major league baseball. robin, check this out. donaldson leaping three rows to nab a foul ball. afterwards he tweeted a thank you to the unnamed fan in the white shirt. you see him right there for,
quote, saving my face which could have slammed into one of the seats and say this has been a big week for catches. yesterday we told you about the dad in chicago who caught a ball while feeding his 7-month-old son. some people have called this bad parenting and then there was this woman, this is my favorite, in washington who makes a catch while double fisting beers. >> nice. >> i would like to say to her that i admire your priorities and i salute you. you are an american hero. >> must be a juggler. >> she's really good. really really good. >> what a week. >> what a week in baseball. >> yes. >> good thing. >> also what a week in weather. >> yes, in the southeast too. that's an area we saw several reports at the beach in daytona look that ominous shelf cloud comes over. we'll get the heat index brought to you by walgreens.
>> reporter: hi, everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather, no precipitation on storm tracker 6 live double scan. in fact as we look outside lots of early sunshine we'll see clouds gather as the day goes on. we'll be dry in most neighborhoods until later this evening. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast going from the 60s in most neighborhoods to a high of 86 in philadelphia later with clouds increasing, a late day or evening shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out. but a good day to watch the spread of sails on the delaware.
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music: etta james "at last" (plays throughout) ♪♪ sometimes, at last doesn't happen at first. ♪♪ ♪♪ your dad just kissed my mom. ♪♪ turning two worlds into one takes love. ♪♪ helping protect that world takes state farm. >> good morning i'm tamala edwards, 7:26 thursday, june 25. let's head over to matt pellman for a look at the roads starting with the schuylkill. >> reporter: we're wishing the traffic outlook was as bright always the sunshine, but it's not. we have heavy traffic on the schuylkill expressway 15 minute delays in either direction.
we had a broken down vehicle on the eastbound side but that's out of the way. crash bristol road and valley road. use street road. downed wires and downed trees that have yet to be turned into sawdust. cherry hill two lanes blocked on 70 eastbound at springdale road. patco is back up and running on the thursday track work schedule. ac rail line not running halted, but the njt buses are cross honoring tickets. >> let's go on outside, sky6 live hd looking live at delaware river, one of the tall ships coming up the river. tune in at 2:00 p.m. to see the parade of sails. what will the weather be like? >> reporter: the clouds will increase 71 degrees under the sun, suburbs digging into the low 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast warm today high of 86.
sun and i know creasing clouds. there's a slight chance of -- increasing clouds, slight day of afternoon shower, but the parade of sails on the delaware will be fine. morning rain friday, 78. cool day on saturday, drying in the afternoon rain arriving. >> we're always on at 6abc.com, we'll see you in 30.
good morning, america. and right now this prison guard arrested for helping those escaped killers will be in court this afternoon. he is accused of trading tools for paintings from one of the convicts. also right now, ginger tracking severe weather targeting tens of millions of americans, a heat wave in the west fueling the worst fire conditions ever they're saying. floods in the middle of the country and large hail and damaging winds now in the forecast. as we say good morning, america, at 7:30. can you believe 30 years since this moment, check this out. >> he'sen a hoverboard. >> i mean would didn't love "back to the future" that film turning 30 july 3rd made the hoverboard famous but we might be able to take the hoverboard right on into "gma" in the not too distant future. >> the future may be now.
>> pick me. pick me. >> okay lara. >> if anyone could pull it off it would be lara coming through times square. >> with a spectacular fall. >> guaranteed. >> just make sure you're rolling on it. we'll begin this half hour with a disturbing murder mystery in a small ohio town where a serial killer could be on the loose. six women vanishing over the past year the bodies of four of them have been discovered. abc's alex perez is in ohio with that story for us. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. investigators say they are working nonstop combing for clues trying to figure out what's going on here before there are any other victims. this morning investigators in this small ohio town hunting for clues after half a dozen women mysteriously disappeared in the last year. at least four of them now dead. their bodies found near creeks or streams. many in the town of chillicothe on edge wondering if a possible serial killer is on the loose. >> a nightmare.
our whole world has been changed. nothing will ever be the same again. >> reporter: the fbi now joining local and state investigators determined to find the person or persons responsible. >> so it's scary. it's alarming to us. >> reporter: the six women vanishing within the last 12 months charlotte trego, tamika lynch gone in may of 2014. in november wanda lemons, on christmas. shasta himelrick and then tiffany sayre. >> she was a beautiful girl strong friendly. >> reporter: the circumstances all slightly different but the victims' stories similar. women who had fallen on hard times addicted to drugs and possibly involved in prostitution. some of the women, mothers and even knew each other. >> the more people together the better. >> reporter: the victims' families uniting in weekly meetings anxiously waiting for answers. and investigators say they have already received more than a
hundred tips. they are looking at closely for any solid leads. >> alex important to give these women the attention they deserve. thanks for your reporting. the dangerous shark encounters an 8-year-old boy the victim of a suspected attack in north carolina and just in the last 24 hours and now an american surfer scratched up in australia. look at this a big bite taken out of that surfboard. now a 16-year-old north carolina boy who hos his arm to a shark attack not long ago speaking out about his life in an abc news exclusive and abc's phillip mena here with this inspiring message, phillip. >> reporter: david, good morning. like so many teens, hunter was spending his summer hanging out on the beach. then one afternoon he walked into the water to rinse off some sand what happened next would change his life forever but hunter is determined not to let this touch his spirit. >> feels like kind of a dream. >> reporter: this morning for the first time since being released from the hospital 16-year-old hunter treschl sitting down with abc news emotionally after a near fatal
encounter with a shark. >> it happened very very quickly. >> reporter: hunter was on vacation in north carolina and says he had only been in the waist high water for a minute when the shark attacked. >> i saw the shark on my left arm. it was halfway up my bicep kind of just attached and it wasn't attached anymore and then i was sitting on the beach like there's no way this just happened because there's no pain either. >> reporter: you didn't feel it. >> no didn't feel anything. >> reporter: hunter's cousin dragging him to shore. bystanders calling for help. >> somebody has been attacked by a shark. his arm is gone. >> reporter: the guy was using a belt as a tourniquet on my arm. i had a pretty interesting conversation with this guy. he friended me on facebook afterwards. it couldn't have been that bad. >> reporter: the high school junior who played the string violin is adjusting to his new life. he was born left-handed and must now learn to use his right. >> i have plans to get that back. there's a lot of stuff i can do
to play with one arm. >> reporter: he says he isn't going to let what happened to him hold him back from living his life. >> there's nothing i can really do except focus on the future like i have no power over a shark biting me that i didn't have power like what i'd do about it. >> reporter: the teen sending a message to the 12-year-old girl also recovering after losing an arm in a shark attack on that same shoreline just 90 minutes before he was attacked. >> stay strong it's not a life changing thing to lose an arm. as time goes on prosthetics technology is always improving, so who knows. 30 years might be like having a second arm. >> reporter: hunter says he hopes to be fitted for a prosthetic arm in the coming weeks and says this experience hasn't scared him from going back into the water in the future. david, robin. >> phillip, thank you very much. we could all learn a little something from that young man, hunter. wow. what perspective. >> all other things he'll do
with his life incredible. >> it is. down to dan in the social square with "the speed feed." >> this is trending everywhere this morning. twitter, facebook every tech blog you can name. remember the hoverboard from "back to the future part 2," it may be one step closer to becoming a reality. check it out. on wednesday lexus released this picture and also a teaser video, a real hoverboard and it uses magnets, superconductors and liquid nitrogen still in the testing phase but the prototype will debut on october 21st. and that's not all. you may be seeing this amazing piece of tech in your feeds today. this is a hoverbike. the result of a collaboration between a british company and the u.s. army. it uses the principles of a helicopter to zoom over the ground. now in this one there's still more than three years away from a working prototype but reminds me of the hovercraft that luke skywalker used in the first "star wars" movie and i agree with lara the hoverboard seems exciting but i know i would fall
off it so ever since 1977 i've been fantasy sizing about one of those skywalker vehicles. >> your lucky day. >> you should see her on a segway. >> you should see her walking into the studio. ah. >> no problem. on solid ground, problem. >> way to recover there, lara. >> let's do this. let's do some we let's start with the lightning over indiana that's indianapolis, the skyline, one of the photographers wrtv our affiliate there. we have a live look at downtown minneapolis, look rainfall totals for the forecast anywhere from 3 to 4 inches, parts of west virginia to southern ohio. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: our next chance is this evening ginger, right now there's nothing on storm tracker 6 live double scan. as we take a looking 86 degrees, sun and clouds, best chance of a shower or thunderstorm this
evening. good for the parade of sail. s, it's this. really beautiful sunset with that smoke? who did you run into in the social square. >> i finished doing my "the speed feed" and i turn around and it's arnold schwarzenegger waiting in the wings, hey, now, i'm terrified. thank you. >> you wanted a hoverboard to get out of there. you never know what you'll see here. lots more ahead. hidden dangers of lawn mowers this house going up in flames. a major warning this morning. yeah and the medical mystery, what parents saw in this baby's face that led hem to the doctor. they ended up saving their young son's life. we'll be right back. music: "♪ we're good together ♪" by cathy heller ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> my house is on fire. i think it was the lawn mower. >> reporter: just last week a massive fire in virginia. watch as a drone captures at least 40 firefighters battling the fire spraying the roof after it caved in. this morning, fire officials say it was probably caused by a lawn mower used right before the fire. they say the owner had put it under a deck near stored gasoline. video after video on youtube shows unexpected accidents with lawn mowers. but to 2 1/2-year-old ash lynn potter devastating injuries. >> my grandfather was mowing out in the yard and he was backing up and she ran behind him and he didn't see her. >> reporter: ash lynn breaking her leg and nearly losing two toes. her surgeon dr. dale jarka so alarled by the number of lawn mower injuries she sent out an alert to her own community. >> we had the same number by
june 1st as we had in all of 2014. >> reporter: to help you keep safe this summer "gma" on the lookout working with underwriters laboratories to show you the potential risks. first danger heat and potential for fire. experts say exhaust from a lawn mower can hit more than 240 degrees. >> the engine block is about 200 degrees. >> reporter: run out of gas. have it cooled down before you put more gas in. second danger the wrong shoes. watch what happens if you wear flip-flops. the mower shredding them to pieces. >> this one would have toorn up your foot so badly that you would probably have to look at some surgery. >> reporter: while it may be more comfortable to dress like this experts say you should wear protective eyewear, long pants and hard toed shoes. third danger nearby objects become missiles. >> the tip of the blade moves about 200 miles an hour. that means if it strikes an object it could send it flying at almost that speed. >> reporter: these tiny steel balls represent little particles
of gravel. it you don't use a safety guard while mowing small objects can fly at great speeds here you see the holes made in just a fraction of a second. bottom line, clear that yard. and back out here with the lawn mower we really want to show you just how dangerous it can be to wear flip-flops while you're mowing the lawn okay. so right now let's go down to that lawn mower cam. there at grass level. you see that flip-flop right there. let's mow over it. here we go. all right. and as you can see you just don't want to wear flip-flops. you definitely don't want to do this barefoot. lara, sorry about your shoe. >> that's all right. it's worth it. very good advice gio. thank you. lots more coming up on "good morning america." you'll never guess who's getting recruited. >> who? >> i'll tell you. this will be the next big reality star you won't believe it robin and david. >> give us a clue. >> a clue. >> it's a boy.
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards, 7:56, thursday, june 25. let's head over to matt pellman this time he is starting with i-95. >> reporter: we would like to take the opportunities to remind you that i-95 jams it's heavy from southbound bridge at girard. 33 minute travel time, double what it should be. we had a huge storm on tuesday night meaning we have downed trees and wires around the region. 926, wawaset road. baltimore pike giving us problems, stick with smith
bridge road or 322. across the river in gloucester county a bunch of closures, as well including the ramps that connect 295 with greenwich township. norristown high speed line seeing inbound delays boarding outline trains from the out bound platform between hughes park and radnor. >> let's go live looking at the delaware look at that beautiful tall ship. stick around at 2:00 p.m. see the parade of sail. let's go over to david murphy for a live look at accuweather good morning. >> reporter: looks like it will be a decent afternoon for that event on the delaware. 75 degrees in philadelphia. it's going to be warm. for now we have sunshine across the region. this afternoon clouds increase which might help a little bit if you're along the water. 86 degrees it will be warm, there's a slight chance of a late day or evening shower or
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terminator is here arnold schwarzenegger live in times square. >> we need wait no longer he is here right now. the terminator, arnold schwarzenegger. oh, yes. look at that look. oh, oh. he is in character. >> good one. >> i thought we were done. >> good morning, america. how is it going? >> it's like riding a bike with you. you just right back in it. >> yes, exactly. but you should have seen them scramble back there. everyone wanted to create the big smoke and dramatic entrance and then the smoke blew right away. i quickly put on my sunglasses quickly so i look a little like terminator. >> you did. >> the entire audience raced out
to times square to get out of the audience. >> they're all out there now. i was wondering. >> you have a surprise for us we all know but in the meantime, we have these. this kind of shows us -- not sure this is going to work. we want to know -- robin, come on. >> i think it's supposed to cover your eye. >> only half of your face. >> like this. >> exactly. that's perfect. look at that. >> you think so? your ratings just went up. >> hasta la vista, baby. >> i'll get your hair. >> what do you mean my hair. >> good product. good product. >> god product. >> i actually -- i went further. i went more through the process. i think we'll show you what it feels like right here. watch. so you guys have your little cardboard. >> you go, robin. >> what do you think about that arnold? >> fantastic. i'm impressed. >> i'd like to see that. robin schwarzenegger.
>> dan was the smart one to do "the morning rundown." >> you are the most beautiful cyborg in the universe. love ya. the big story this morning, another prison worker arrested overnight linked to those escaped vicks in upstate new york. prosecutors claim this man, gene palmer provided tools to david sweat and richard matt hidden inside frozen meat. palmer is now out on bail. his attorney says palmer was not in on the escape plot. those inmates as we all know still on the loose this morning. in charleston south carolina hundreds of people join hands last night to create this human heart a show of solidarity in the wake of those church shootings. the funerals for the victims begin there today. boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev has finally broken his silence. moments before he was formally sentenced to death, tsarnaev addressed the survivors and the families of the victims apologizing for his actions, most of them however, say they cannot accept his apology. tsarnaev will now be moved to a federal prison in indiana. now to a dramatic carjacking caught on camera in southern
california as the thief pulls away with two little girls inside the quick-thinking 10-year-old grabs her baby sister and leaps from the moving car and abc's kendis gibson has the story. >> reporter: this morning, police are on the hunt for the carjacker who stole this car with two young children inside. surveillance video capturing the frantic moment when this mother sprints through the convenience store parking lot after the car. her 10 and 2-year-old daughters jumping from the vehicle spilling on to the pavement as the car speeds away. watch again as the carjacker peels out. you can see the back door of the car swing open as the two girls tumble out. both suffering minor injuries. >> we can just hear her screaming, no, no. >> reporter: witnesses describing the mother's panic when she noticed her car being stolen. >> it was horrible. everybody in the store was crying. the clerks were crying. >> reporter: and now los angeles police looking for this man, 24-year-old cory ahumata seen making a purchase in the 7-eleven just moments before the carjacking on sunday.
for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news new york. >> incredible story, thank you. fans of the pbs show "finding your roots" can blame ben affleck for the delay in the new season. he asked the producers not to mention one of his ancestors owned slaves and they agreed. a violation of standards. they will work on the show's editorial guidelines now. incredible new video. a couple of guys jump off a mountain in france paragliding toward that cable car right there. one of them flies -- wait for it -- right inside. his buddies catch him. he almost falls back out but they grab him presumably after having secured him, they enjoyed the rest of their ride down the mountain. i can say from some experience there are easier ways to catch a ride in a cable car. finally this morning, a pair of new videos surfacing on the internet that may finally, finally put to rest the age old debate over which animal is superior the cat or the dog.
the first video shows a cat facing off against a bear. unbowed in the face of this massive beast look at the cat. he pounces and the bear scampers away. incredibly impressive feat. here's the dog video. this is a puppy that got his head stuck in a tissue box and has no idea what to do about it. so i just want to be clear i am an objective journalist and don't take a side on which one is superior. >> how many cats do you own. >> i own three but i think that's immaterial. if my cats faced off against a bear it would not go so well. i have seen them run away from a ladybug of that's afternoon outlier. >> and the poor dog with the tissue box is still running around the house blowing its most. >> presumably the owners have tried to help the dog, i don't know. i can't vouch for dog owners. >> okay. >> ginger. you notwithstanding. >> lara is a doll own sfler totally. she is a dog owner and all the rescues you have lara. >> yes, i do robin. dog collector, dog lover but first here's what's coming up on
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welcome back to "gma" on this friday eve. one more alarm clock. the "heat index" and this morning's hot button that medical mystery. the parents who saw something unusual in their baby's face. it turned out to be a rare disorder. this story trending big on our website and abc's paula faris has the story. >> reporter: this bouncing baby boy lucky to be alive after what was initially thought to be an unusual shaped head turned out to be something much more serious. >> we always noticed his head was a little bit of an abnormal shape. it was very different from his sisters. but we didn't really think anything of it. >> reporter: it was nearly nine months ago matthew boler's doctors discovered he had a rare disorder called saj tall craniosynostosis where the skull bones fuse together limping the brain's growth and affects 1 out of every 2,000 live burs. >> i was shocked. i felt like my stomach drop out and felt really shocked. >> reporter: since baby matthew's brain had no space to
develop doctors had to perform surgery on him at just 10 weeks old. >> his pediatrician caught this early at the well baby check at the 2-month mark. we kneed to cut out the fused bone that was on the top of his head. >> reporter: that surgery was a success. for four months matthew wore this helmet 24 hours a day to aid in his recovery. doctors saying catching the condition early was also crucial. >> there are different things we look for which is a misshapen skull, long skinny head with a wide prominent forehead. >> reporter: and despite matthew's surgery his relieved parents say it took him only three days to get back to his bubbly self. for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news new york. >> i can't tell you how happy we are to hear matthew giggling and laughing. completely back to normal but what is it and what should we look for. >> so many people think of the skull as one big bone but it's actually multiple bones that join together, take a look here.
you'll see a long seam running here and another seam here. these need to be individual bones until a child is about 2 years old. for matthew this long seam here became hard bone too early and it caused his skull to grow this way. >> the fascinating thing is parents always know. parents who know their little babies can see it. >> that's right. >> what should you look for. >> they saw it and it made a big difference. >> as a pediatrician when i'm seeing a baby i'm always feeling for that soft spot because it shouldn't get hard too soon. that's one thing to look for. look for any misshapen characteristic to the head and they'll measure the size of the head. if it's not growing properly that's a clue. >> in the meantime, if you don't correct it what happens? >> well it can be very dangerous. one is your head is not going to grow properly but you can also have neurologic problems so you want to pick it up early. if you think there's something strange about the shape of your child's head just ask. >> yeah but in the meantime, that helmet will help him. >> it's going to help matthew a
lot. >> great, rich. good news right, guys? >> great news and like you said david, something about a baby's laughter. it's so sweet. >> addictive. next up on "heat index," sibling spies. older brothers and sisters now checking up on their younger siblings online or vice versa. watching over them in ways their parents cannot. it's a story we first saw in "the wall street journal" and jesse, you are here with all the details in that's right, robin. it's a new trend that has some wondering if it's another way to take tackling to a new level. kids learning from their helicopter parents to keep a watchful eye on their siblings especially on social media but some families and siblings are saying it could actually be a good thing. parenting can be downright hard. >> hey. dad. >> yeah give me a second to experience relief that you're not dead. >> reporter: and sometimes you need a little extra help from your offspring. >> guys just be good. >> reporter: we've all heard of
helicopter parenting, but have you heard of the helicopter sibling? 20-year-old lillian has mastered the art. >> i see everything she posts so if i get to see where she is all the time even if that's not where she told my mom that's where she should be. >> reporter: she follows her 17-year-old sister willow on all the social media sites her parent would have no idea to navigate. >> snapchat something new called vudo or vulu. it's definitely a challenge. >> reporter: it's not just about being a tattletale but about doing what's best for your sibling. >> when she posts she knows it's public. it's not like i'm doing anything that's invading her space. >> it's definitely comforting and knowing that she's there as just watching over me not to rat on me and get me in trouble. >> reporter: the carones are a family of eight ranking from 6 to 22 so for them having that extra parent helps keep the whole family under control. >> that's definitely a tool.
you feel a little comfort level that they can help help with that parenting. especially having such a big family and small children. >> lillian has taken on a role of being the monitor, the mother hen a little bit. make sure that whatever they were posting was appropriate. >> reporter: while the helicopter sibling can be useful it's important to give it boundaries. >> this could become a really unhealthy habit. if you are constantly monitoring your siblings if you're invading their privacy when they don't want you there this isn't going to help your relationship with them. >> reporter: but to the carones, this way of monitoring is a happy medium? is territories should definitely check up on each other. >> sort of mentoring and help each other like people are supposed to do. >> reporter: all on board for helicopter siblings. experts say that helicopter siblings may be tracking their brothers and sisters because they want to feel closer to them. but be aware, keeping such close tabs could backfire. one recent study found that children of helicopter parents are more likely to reject them later in life. >> really?
>> yeah. that explains why my younger brother is always showing up on my dates. i always thought he was trying to steal my thunder but just hovering over me all the time. >> make sure you don't say something inappropriate. >> he just wants his date. >> stop checking in on facebook when i'm dating people. >> let us know what you think about this. lara is outside with "deals & steals." [ cheers and applause ] >> very excited crowd, robin. i totally understand why. tory johnson, boy, has she done it again. these "deals & steals" are all $20 or less. >> fun, right. treat yourself to something fun. here we go. first up from this great company, i love this. it's all custom cases for your phone, also you can make a fun ipad case. look i made one for robin and took her pictures off instagram. they are so fun. can you take them from instagram, facebook or your own computer. a lot of options to choose from. normally $30 to $50, all slashed by at least 50% if not more so 15 to 20 bucks and free shiping. >> well done.
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hundreds. >> reporter: isn't it nice that the high heat and humidity from tuesday is gone and thing are better. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry. as we take a look outside sunshine filtering through the airport and elsewhere across the area. we'll see clouds increase later currently temperatures in the 60s and 70s. 86 is the high, increasing clouds slight chance of shower or thunderstorm better chance this evening. we'll be good for the parade of sail this afternoon. modern rain friday dry in the afternoon. everybody. you know they say thursday is all about the throwback so here at "pop." we call it pop back thursday. that's why cher is playing. >> nice. >> i do the same move every time. >> it's the same move. >> i know i know. >> the carlton. >> it's like the carlton. so we'll take a look at stories that have captivated us for
years in a new way. jerry seinfeld's iconic apartment from the '90s hit show the folks at hulu have re-created it right down to the furniture and the accessories here in new york city to celebrate the arrival of the show to the tv streaming site. now, although the apartment was locate the odden upper west side on the show "seinfeld" fans will have to head downtown to 14th treat to enter the door where kramer made his famous entrances. the blue couch is there. >> yada yada yada. >> all there. we sent a camera there yesterday to give it a little tour and would you look at who we ran into. >> good morning, america. more like bad morning, america. no soup for you and no coffee for you! >> the soup nazi. >> no soup nazi give us our coffee. >> no soup. >> i have a confession. >> yeah. >> i've never seen the "seinfeld" episode -- >> what is the matter with you, palmer?
how did that happen? were you practicing football? >> i'm going to leave. >> you can come back. >> now hulu has it streaming any time you want it. >> catch up. >> which is why we did this whole thing. thank you, soup nazi, for visiting with us. >> a show called "m.a.s.h." >> whoa. >> always a party in the usa for miley cyrus who we thought rocked the skill of twerking into the zeitgeist but as we have just learned in a "pop news" investigation, miley may have been a little late to the party by about 200 years. >> wow. >> the oxford dictionary revealing they have traced ye old twerk to 1820. >> what. >> back then it was spelled with an "i" and referred to a twisting or jerking movement. the dictionary says it might have been a blending of twist, twitch and jerk. >> consistent. >> yes. nowadays yes, the oxford dictionary spells it with an "e"
and defines it as thrusting movements using the bottom and hips while in a low squatting stance the definition in a dictionary. i am just the messenger. >> just the reporter. >> what am i supposed to do? you know we would like to just say that it's easier to do twerk in a miley costume than in ye old bustles and petticoats in the 1820s. >> can you imagine how many bustles they busted? i'm just glad to know they were doing it in the 1820s. >> i love hearing you say ye old. >> ye old last story. is this the real life or is this just fantasy? ♪ >> same move. >> no a variation. >> the shoulder shrug this time. >> oh, why -- i thought they took away the music so i would stop. the legendary musical group queen obviously the subject of this story. toasting the 40th anniversary of their epic hit "bohemian rhapsody" buy releasing this beer.
it will be brewed in bohemia, aka the czech republic described as golden and hop pi and it will hit european shelves this summer with a worldwide rollout to follow. ♪ i don't want to let it go ♪ >> that's a great beer to like drink away your sorrows so you're at the bar. ♪ i'm just at the bar nobody loves me ♪ >> remember we talked about this. >> we talked about this yesterday. >> producers are getting an idea. careful up stairs careful. >> i like it. >> we've got arnold coming up. the terminator is back. [ cheers and applause ] "good morning america's" "deals & steals" is brought to you by bank of america. use your bankamericard cash rewards credit card for these deals and earn cash back. ♪ bang bang there goes your heart i know you want it ♪
>> good morning a blaze tore through a home in burlington county overnight. the action cam was on the 100 block of friendship road in southampton township. the homeowner was with a neighbor thank goodness. the fire happened after power was restored to the block. let's go over to matt pellman, looking at the blue route, that looks slow. >> reporter: big delays on 476 from i-95 to the schuylkill expressway it's a 45 minute ride which should be 18 minutes. if you're bailing out and hopping on the route 1 media bypass. southbound past 252 24res a crash. farther south all lanes are
blocked from the downed trees from tuesday's storm. use smith bridge road. we have lights not working in turnsersville on the black horse. on mass transit the atlantic city rail line not running today, but pot co-is back up abbey operational. >> let's go outside to david murphy with the latest from accuweather. >> reporter: we're off to a warm start 75 in philadelphia. 66 in allentown. we have sun plenty of it in fact with high clouds, clouds get thicker as the day goes on, later today 86. while it does cloudy up, it doesn't look like we have a chance of shower or thunderstorm until later in the evening. morning rain on friday, afternoon drying and high in the 70s, tam. thank you david. that's it for "action news," we send you back to the last half-hour of "g.m.a.,"
[ cheers and applause ] welcome back. arnold schwarzenegger, the terminator is taking over times square. nice to have you here with us. >> thank you, thank you. >> what do you think? >> oh man, look at this. what a crowd, huh. >> everybody is happy to see arnold schwarzenegger who is back with the latest on -- i didn't say it. i just said you're back with his new film. it's the blockbuster series cannot wait to hear more about that coming up. ♪ da da da ♪ >> wait till you see it. we'll show some scenes of that. i don't want to give away too
much. >> thank you. >> we cannot wait talking about our favorite arnold schwarzenegger movies. we have different -- you were saying "terminator 2". >> i thought you were going to say "hercules in new york." >> we'll talk about that later. >> yeah we will. but we'll do the latest on our modern romance series first this half hour so many people online looking for that perfect match but how can you stand out from the crowd? abc's sara haines takes a look at overhauling your online dating profile and she's with us here this morning. >> hi, david. this is exactly how i met my husband a few years back an expert took a look at my profile, pumped it up and the rest is history so you won't want to miss this. take a listen. ♪ navigating online dating can be tricky. >> i've been online dating for the last 2 1/2 years and maybe gone on seven or eight dates, so there's been a lot of messaging back and forth. that kind of gets exhausting after a while.
>> reporter: morgan brady is a 27-year-old event planner from boston who's been unlucky in the love department. so we have enlisted digital dating expert lori davis to help overhaul morgan's online dating life. first up analyzing morgan's profile. >> i'm going to look at your profile the way a guy looks at your profile. >> reporter: tip one, your online dating profile should tell a story. for example, morgan says she loves exploring new places. lori says she needs to get more specific. >> what is fun to you because fun to you could be totally different for fun to someone else. >> reporter: photos the pictures you put on your profile should be you only. free of any instagram filters and don't be shy to show a full body shot. >> i would love to see a main photo of morgan that's a clear head and shoulders shot with a bright color shirt on. >> reporter: last but not least
we analyze the messages between morgan and her potential suitors. tip three, instead of hey, ask them about something specific in their profile. >> i'm a budding poker player too and in march heading to vegas but quick trips to atlantic city are fun too. where do you play. >> three lines. >> and it's kind of conversational. >> reporter: lori had one last piece of advice before sending morgan off to find her prince charming. >> my biggest tip, especially for you, is that when you first meet up with someone, you need to hug them right away. >> yes. >> because you have had this physical barrier in between you. even if the hug feels awkward it will make the whole rest of the night more comfortable. >> reporter: now, funny enough about that hug, the first time i met my husband max i went if for a hug, he went in for a reach. we had that oh okay we're hugging. it doesn't always work in execution. another tip i got make sure your pictures represent how you look most days don't do the fancy prom shots because that's not how you're going to look when
they meet you so hopefully that helps. back to you guys outside. >> great advice there, sara. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] we wanted to do this out here because so many -- i don't know of anybody who has not been touched by what we're about to discuss. it is a huge exclusive announcement that could revolutionize the fight against cancer. i had the privilege of sitting down earlier with nike co-founder and chairman phil knight and dr. brian druker the director of organ health and science university's knight cancer statute who had some very very good news to share with everyone. >> i don't think i've looked forward to seeing two people more than you right now. thank you so much for being here. >> great to be here. >> you and your wonderful wife penny pledged $500 million to your cancer institute with the stipulation that it also had to raise a matching 500 million. in two years' time it's been less than that you are here.
just do it. >> we did it. got the other $500 million for a total of a billion dollars to contribute to cancer. >> did you hear that people? a billion. $1 billion. >> it's a fabulous moment for ohsu for people fighting cancer and for the state of oregon and let me say this, for us to make this announcement on a program hosted by a person who so successfully fought cancer and became the symbol of hope for so many cancer victims it's really a special and almost poetic moment for me and we thank you. >> that means so much to me, phil. i'm welling up because there are some people in the studio fighting cancer right now and when they hear this it means so much. what does this mean to you? >> first of all we're incredibly grateful to the knight family for inspiring this momentum but now we can turn our full focus on attacking cancer as aggressively as it comes after us with this billion dollar investment. >> you and penny could put your
money anywhere. why is this so important to you and penny? >> well i'm i met dr. druker ten years ago and made the first pledge seven years ago and was probably shortly after that three blocks from this building when i was at an advertising hall of fame dinner and a woman walked across the room and said your dr. druker saved my son's life. it was diagnosed as terminal cancer and by the time that dinner happened the child was in remission and leading an active life. >> you like results. you do. >> absolutely. he's a champion. he hides it well with his modest modesty modesty. i used to call it false modesty but it's truly remarkable. 40 new cancer research doctors up there and on the move and they're going to win. >> that's your new slogan too. we will win. you were saying doctor earlier this is kind of like being a triathlete. the first leg raising the money is complete but there are other
legs left. >> so now we have to take the knowledge of what we know about cancer and use that to detect it earlier when it's more curable. when it's more easy to treat and save people from having to go through chemotherapy or radiation or other debilitating treatments that you know so well robin. setting the stage for moving from advanced cancer to early detection and ultimately to prevention. >> and what does this mean to you personally? how has this touched you? >> my wife was five years old when her mother died of breast cancer. i los moi father to leukemia and two years ago i lost a brother to prostate cancer. but every day i go to clinic and i have patients who were told they had months to live and because of the drug we develop ed for leukemia some of them are 15 16 years out so i can see the impact we can make by attacking cancer at its very roots. we want to do that for everybody. >> do you have a personal connection as well phil. >> i think everybody has a
connection to cancer. my father died of leukemia and a beloved aunt died of breast cancer so carnes has touched everybody. >> it is one of those things it does not discriminate. i cannot remember anyone say it hasn't touched them in some sort of way. >> absolutely. >> so what do you want to do now. >> for me it's getting back to work. we want to go after cancer as aggressively as it cops after us. >> we will win. >> yes. >> all right. phil dr. druker. thank you very much. once again, $1 billion being raised for the fight against cancer. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love how everybody out here was watching as well. i mean it has the potential, i mean you know -- has the potential to be a real game changer and i love how they said it's wonderful about early detection and how a lot has been focused on that but it's about prevention. it's about how we stop it at the very beginning and that is what they're going to do there and
trying to bring about real change? fantastic. >> such a huge number. "b," billion. >> it is considered if not the -- one of the biggest single contributions in the fight against cancer. >> historic. historic. >> it is so thank you. thank you, phil thank you, dr. druker. more work to be done. [ cheers and applause ] more work to be done here. >> there is. it's a beautiful morning here but you guys know it's going you know it's going to get down right cool. washington, d.c. another summer-like day today close to 90. look what happens washington d.c. into the # 0s, boston into the 60s philly you're going down too. that's the big picture let's check closer to home. >> reporter: you're right, ginger definitely cooler on saturday. today we're dry to start out high of 86 there's a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm mainly in the evening hours, looks like we're good for the parade of sail.
back with his fifth installment. can you believe it in the blockbuster series. it's called "terminator genisys." he's facing what could be you got to see this his toughest opponent yet. watch this. >> i think this guy is a couple cans short of a six-pack. >> you're close. give them to me. now. you won't be needing any clothes. >> i've been waiting for you. >> it passed the studio test. everybody was watching. you just saw that? come on. fighting your own self like that. could you even wrap your mind around that. >> no i couldn't. first of all, the entire fight that we did which was with a
body builder that was a bodybuilding champion that had a similar body i had in 1984. while we were doing this whole fight scene during the period of four days i was wondering how will they do the head replacement and face replacement. the technology and visual effects and the cgi and all this stuff is so advanced now you can do scenes like that and, of course it brings so much more entertainment. it was a great idea for the writers to come up like the terminator that protects the machine and the terminator that protects the human beings and a major conflicts that leads to this epic battle. >> it was epic. you're very humble because it was very hard to find a body double for you back to relive that time in 1984 when you first came on the scene like that and what have you done to keep -- you had to be in shape for this one, as well. >> well what was interesting, you know i work out every day and with weights and do my cardiovascular training and so on but when i started working on this movie in the preproduction,
the director came to me and said i want you to have the same frame you had in 1984 and so i literally gained ten pounds so i work the out twice as hard twice as heavy i did two hours of weight trading every day and of course, worked endlessly with the stunt k50rdnator and people to do the fight scenes and choreographing all the stuff so a lot of work goes into those things but it is fun. i love doing this. >> so highly entertaining. i watched it last night and it's wonderful when you think about the evolution of this series. first offal you start off as the bad guy then the good guy. now you're even a better guy with a new name the guardian. >> right. well robin, i tell you that there was no way of knowing when we did the first "terminator" movie which was a little movie. it was $6.5 million movie. it was called a low budget movie and then to be one of "time" magazine's top ten movies. >> of all time? >> of all time exactly so that was the big breakthrough so then
there was a demand for the second one and then we did in 1991 the second one and that was the biggest grossing movie of the year and so this franchise took off but there was no way of knowing when we did the first one that it would be that popular or that a line like i'll be back is going to be the most repeated line in movie history. >> it's a trademark because it should be. >> anyone can say it. it's one of those -- i use it all the time on speeches and -- >> everyone gets a kick out of that. this is throwback thursday. remember that movie "hercules in new york." >> yeah. >> here it is arnold. let's roll it. your first film. >> doesn't even look like me. look. >> what are you doing? oh, wow. >> does it? >> i -- i -- really -- >> does it? >> wow is what she said. i know you have no regrets in life but you said you could --
if you had a mulligan and could do a doover that would be the doover. >> the interesting thing really is i was here one year in america and then i was offered this role so it was like way before i was ever ready to did any acting because i wanted to first build my career in bodybuilding and then go slowly into acting and being a leading man but this was like during my bodybuilding career wait a minute. what's going on here? this is really america. everybody you hear about america they discover people and they make them into stars, it's becoming a reality. i was not ready for this movie at all. i couldn't barely speak english at the time when i did this movie so it was something to laugh about. today i joke about this movie that was done in 1969 or something like that. >> everything turns out well. >> oh yeah. >> no regrets. >> i had a great ride but i always say only in america. >> only in america. >> only in america. >> we're so happy to have you here only on "gma." continued blessings in everything that you do and you can see "terminator genisys."
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"good morning america" is brought to you by astrazeneca pharmaceuticals. ♪ watch me nae nae ♪ >> you don't want us over there because we'll dance with you, silento. we better stay over here and the dancers are from flash mob, america. i'll sit back down in my seat. >> watch them nae nae tomorrow. >> have a great day, everybody. >> see you tomorrow. >> good morning, it is another day of storm damage cleanup across the delaware valley. thousands out there still don't have power two days ever the storm came through.
ppl park in chester county will open as a shelter at 11:00 a.m. in two hours people can shower, cool off and get a meal and relax a little bit. 8:56 june 25th. i'm tamala edwards let's get a look at traffic with matt pellman. >> reporter: chain saws and emergency crews working overtime. i-95 southbound side slowing into the betsy ross bridge. heading southbound on the route 1 media bypass past 252 without for a crash. further along everything is blocked southbound side of one because of the storm. route 13 a crash new falls road. and closers of elm wood road and braddic mill road in evesham. >> let's go outside to david
murphy for a look the accuweather good morning. >> reporter: testers climbing into the mid 70s in some neighborhoods, this afternoon we get a high of 86. clouds increase, there's a slight chance of a late-day shower or thunderstorm. probably a better chance in spots later this evening. overall the parade of sail looks good, morning rain in the morningen and sunny breaks high of 78. cooler and rainier on saturday. >> coming up on "action news" at noon, we'll take you live to the delaware river as the tall ships sail into philadelphia. behind the scenes on board the ma majestic vessel as the four day festival kicks off. i'm tamala edwards. have a great thursday!
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