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good morning, america. breaking overnight, former president george h.w. bush rushed to the hospital. the 91-year-old breaks a bone in his neck after a fall at home. we have the latest on how he's doing. also breaking overnight, laser danger. >> united 330 right. >> at least five airline pilots reporting an attack as they approach a major airport overnight. someone shining a green laser into their cockpits while they were trying to land. the investigation right now. and the stunning moment as the commander in chief weighs in on the allegations against bill cosby. calls this morning for the president to strip the comedian of one of the nation's highest honors. >> and caitlyn's courage. caitlyn jenner makes her first major appearance at sports' biggest night, the powerful
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emotional night. >> the transpeople deserve your respect. >> bringing the greatest athletes in the world to their feet. our exclusive interview with her backstage right after the big moment and a night filled with champions both on and off the field. >> and good morning, america. what a night at the espys capped off by that emotional speech by caitlyn jenner. robin was on stage last night in los angeles. there you see her right there. backstage with all the night's biggest stars and, robin, you spoke to caitlyn right after her speech. >> and, george, she greeted me with a big sigh of relief. her speech was funny, it was emotional, it was powerful and she was so grateful for receiving this honor, the arthur ashe courage award. when she spoke, you could hear a
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pin drop in the theater and we're going to have so much more with her and some of the other athletes that were recognized last night. >> such a powerful moment. cannot wait for that. we want to start with this breaking news overnight. former president george h.w. bush in a maine medical center right now after falling at his summer home and breaking a bone in his neck. there it is right there. jon karl has all the latest from the white house. good morning. >> reporter: the hospital tells us this morning that he is in stable fair condition. a family spokesman said he was taken to the hospital simply out of an abundance of caution. the injury is not life-threatening. as you know george he is 91 years old. there he is just last month at a family gathering in maine. he's had a series of health problems over the years and has been diagnosed with parkinson's disease. but he is a vigorous 91-year-old. as you remember he went skydiving just last summer to celebrate his 90th birthday. >> all hoping for the best for him. you're at the white house. president obama had that press
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conference taking on all the critics of this historic iran nuclear deal and now the fight begins in congress. does the white house believe they can actually block a resolution of disapproval in the congress? the republican majority seems to be weighing in against it. >> reporter: they think they have a chance to do that. you need 60 votes to pass this. a resolution of this approval in the senate. right now the focus is all on democrats. vice president biden is back on capitol hill for the second day in a row meeting with democrats pleaing with them not to abandon the president on this deal. if they can hold democrats they can prevent a resolution of disapproval. >> congress has 60 days to weigh in. thanks very much. george while iran was the focus of the president's press conference he covered much more including allegations of sexual assault against bill cosby. the president asked about revoking the comedian's congressional medal of freedom and abc's linsey davis is here with more on that story. good morning to you, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. no formal criteria for
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recipients of the medal of freedom except in some way they have contributed richly to life. bill cosby received this in 2002. 13 years later there's a widespread push to take it back. pressure is mounting this morning for president obama to revoke bill cosby's presidential medal of freedom. so much so he even answered a question about it -- >> there's no precedent for revoking a medal. >> reporter: and then without ever saying bill cosby's name president obama added -- >> if you give a woman or a man, for that matter without his or her knowledge a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape. >> reporter: the nonprofit group promoting awareness victim empowerment or p.a.v.e. insists the president has several options to potentially get the medal back from cosby. >> when he spoke out today it was a small direction in the right direction but we need to
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do more. >> bill cosby is a gifted comedian. >> reporter: p.a.v.e. wrote a letter asking for help from president bush who presented this to cosby. >> this was given to him under false pretenses. >> reporter: the group's petition has more than 11,000 signatures. 100,000 signatures would prompt an official white house response. a legal analyst who has spoken out in cosby's defense says the public needs to consider the details from the deposition in a broader context. >> there was no concession in any of the deposition testimony that was released or in any other document that i've reviewed that there was any drug given by mr. cosby to any other person without their knowledge. >> reporter: several of cosby's alleged victims now rallying on social media to get cosby stripped of the medal. the navy revoked his honor chief petty officer title but the hollywood chamber of commerce confirmed his star will not be removed from the walk of fame. we turn to the latest laser scare last night five different
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planes landing in newark reporting a beam in the cockpit. the kind that can blind pilots at crucial moments. abc's david kerley is at reagan national airport with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is very scary for pilots. the entire cockpit being lighted up by these lasers. this time it was newark and five different aircraft. just after 9:00 p.m. it started. newark air traffic control gets the call. >> 330 right we're now getting a laser at 10:00. >> who is getting a laser? >> united 330. >> reporter: over the next hour five jets hit by lasers approaching newark. >> for your information there's someone shooting a laser about four or five miles off our left wing. >> that just happened. >> affirmative. just maybe about four or five miles back. >> reporter: all of this six miles from the airport. >> laser event 10:00 runway 4 right clear to land. >> reporter: an american airlines flight from charlotte. >> and american 1976 checking in
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wean we got the laser also. >> reporter: in the last year newark reported 28 laser pointing incidents. it's an epidemic nationwide with the fbi forming a task force trying to stop this dangerous practice which could temporarily blind a pilot during one of the most important parts of flight. >> it's not just a danger to the pilots as well as to the passengers, but to the people on the ground. >> reporter: now, the fbi is not catching every one of these people using these lasers but have caught some and, amy, they are sending them to prison. up to five years in prison if you're caught and convicted. >> all right, david, thank you for the very latest on that. new details on the escape of the notorious drug lord el chapo. this morning we are learning more about the breakout. a role a bird played and abc is the first american network to go inside his cell. abc's gio benitez has the latest from mexico. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. the cell is a lot smaller than you'd imagine.
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it's where el chapo spent most of his time tucked away in one of the furthest corners of this prison. overnight abc news the first american media inside the maximum security prison. and up until just days ago held the world's most powerful drug trafficker joaquin "el chapo" guzman. with so many secure areas, an escape seems impossible but apparently not for one of the world's most deadly and dangerous kingpins. >> we are entering chapo's cell cell number 20. the same cell seen on surveillance video. >> here's that camera. there's that surveillance camera capturing el chapo removing his angle monitoring and disappearing in the shower. a blind spot for privacy. this is where he was pacing back and forth almost nervously and walks over here hidden by this wall. that camera couldn't see it. he just ducks and goes right into that hole. now word that officials reportedly found a small dead bird in el chapo's trash can
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following the escape suggesting that el chapo's team sent a bird through the tunnel to test the air quality like a canary in a coal mine. el chapo able to breathe just fine through the tunnel ventilated and lit leading right to this half built house used to hide the tunnel's construction. >> quite frankly, nothing surprises me. their ability to corrupt -- they're so well financed. the good guy, we have limited resource and we have to play by the rules. un unlimited resources in organized crime and they make up the rules. >> reporter: authorities still don't know where el chapo is but some think he might be right back in his hometown where he's protected but many doubt he'll ever be caught. amy. >> all right, gio, thank you, like a canary in a coal mine. >> that agent not even surprised, amazing. we move on to caitlyn jenner's big moment accepting the arthur ashe courage award at last night's espys in l.a. robin was there and spoke to caitlyn right after her moving speech. hey, robin. >> reporter: hey, george, it was
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a night for caitlyn jenner there in front of her entire family. the whole sports world watching. she stood in front of the public for the first time and showed once again just why she was selected to receive the arthur ashe award for courage. >> the courageous the stunning caitlyn jenner. >> reporter: caitlyn jenner making her first major appearance to accept the arthur ashe award for courage. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: giving an inspiring ten-minute speech starting with a hint of humor. >> picking out this outfit, okay girls, i get it. the whole process, it was exhausting. >> reporter: then in an elegant white versace gown reflecting. >> i trained hard. i competed hard and for that people respected me. but this transition has been harder on me than anything i could imagine. and that's the case for so many others besides me. for that reason alone, trans
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people deserve something vital. they deserve your respect. >> reporter: jenner shooting down critics hopeful her journey will pave the way forrer os struggling. >> if you want to call me names, make jokes, doubt my intenses go ahead, because the reality is i can take it but for the thousands of kids out there coming to the terms with being true to who they are, they shouldn't have to take it. >> i knew arthur ashe. sat out there in the audience on many occasions and i thought to myself boy, what if someday i could make a difference in the world and do what i'm doing. i wonder if i did that. tonight was it. >> reporter: jenner moved to tears as she thanked her difference. >> the biggest fear in coming
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out is i never wanted to hurt anyone else most of all my family and my kids. i am so so grateful to have all of you in my life. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> you were able to hold it together until talking about your family. >> it wasn't easy. i'm great to be in a position where my family has been so supportive of what's happening, you know. my kids are great. my kids are absolutely wonderful. and i'm blessed to have just wonderful children. >> reporter: the olympic champion now fighting for something much greater than a gold medal. >> it's about what happens from here. it's about all of us accepting one another. we're all different. that's not a bad thing. that's a good thing. [ applause ] >> so many emotions from caitlyn jenner last night in her speech
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and i said when she came offstage she just -- a big sigh of relief. she put so much thought into that and her mother was beaming from the audience wasn't sure her mother was going to be able to d be there because she recently had surgery and also thanked diane sawyer for helping her share her story and all of caitlyn's children were there and a lot were speculating, especially the kardashian children would they make it about themselves. so respectful. they didn't even come into the theater until the commercial break before caitlyn jenner spoke and they were again, just very respectful of the moment wiping away tears and that was just one of the many moments last night and we'll share others devon still talking about his daughter leah lauren hill's parents talking about their daughter. so much ahead in our 8:00 hour. >> it hit so many notes. >> it was so beautiful to see the support and the standing ovation at the end. >> sure was. got to move on though paula
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has today's other top stories starting with a real summer danger, lyme disease. >> federal health officials are warning that lyme disease is spreading across the country. the cdc says that the tic born e infection is found in states never reported before with high risk areas as far west as minnesota. the reasons, warmer temperatures that may be a factor along with an increase in the number of deer carrying ti tics. obama care is facing scrutiny. the advise issystem is vulnerable to fraud. republicans in congress are promising to fully investigate a video shot by an anti-abortion rights group. it seems to show an executive at planned parenthood discussing how the organization provides fetal tissue from abortions to researchers. now, planned parenthood denies
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selling the tissue insisting it is donated for research. and in greece lawmakers have approved a bailout deal to keep the country from going bankrupt. the vote came after thousands of protesters rallied against that deal which includes tax increases as well as pension cuts. well the donald has filed campaign documents claiming he is worth more than $10 billion. donald trump saying he is so rich he doesn't need donors for his campaign. meantime hillary clinton's campaign raised more than $47 million between april and june. that is more than the top six republican candidates combined. and an explosive scene in southern california. an electrical fire blew off manhole covers and left 5,000 without power in long beach. smoke made it difficult for crews to restore power. and finally, everybody, imagine if bacon was healthy. this gets me through every day. we're going to introduce bacon flavored seaweed being grown by
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>> reporter: for some amazon prime day touted as christmas in july with more deals than black friday ended up feeling more like april fools'. the much hyped sale for prime members paying a $99 a year subscription fee so disappointing to some shoppers they took to twitter calling it unhappy prime day. amazon fail and prime day fail. >> the deals came and went so it was really hard to know exactly what was available. >> hotly promoted deals like a $115, 40-inch tv and half off digital cameras selling out fast after the sale went live at midnight pacific time wednesday morning. one tweet calling it a misleading promotion and asking where's the stuff we want? even prompting some to hit youtube with videos like this. ♪ $150 tv ♪ >> reporter: others complaining some deals weren't deeply discounted enough and that what was on sale was outdated or downright weird. like 47% off nail clippers for an oversized dog or 42% off an
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oil to promote beard growth. like red hots amazon was banking on selling this five-pound bag for 13 bucks. one person eloquently summing up the experience. amazon prime day is like shopping a garage sale. you go in with high expectations and walk away with more junk. so despite all the criticism, george would you believe amazon said it was a success by some measures they beat black friday in sales. >> oh wow. >> you know i would believe it. okay t.j. more than 100 rivers across the nation flooded or above flood stage. a picture from pennsylvania, more than 4 inches of rain. i'll show you the kentucky flooding. even though it's not raining still flooding, a lot of iowa problems too. let's get to the southern cities brought to you by sprint.
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>> reporter: good morning, i'm meteorologist karen rogers we're dry, it's bright, it's sunny feels good out there. let's take you outside and see what it looks like from our temple university camera. what a beautiful city avenue and it is basking in sunshine today. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's kind of cool 65 degrees, low humidity, refreshing breeze. 82 is the high. tomorrow, sunny and nice, 84. maybe a shower overnight friday into saturday. the weekend is hotter and more humid.
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schuylkill expressway westbound to 202 southbound. the ramp and 202 are closed. south king of prussia you're not getting through. you can't get on to 202 southbound. if that's where you're trying to head. bail at the blue route take the blue route to the westbound turnpike or southbound route 30 westbound instead. crash taking out the right lane with a box truck. we have a broken down vehicle near the vine street expressway off the schuylkill expressway that has just cleared. >> a lovely day we look at city hall from our temple university camera. david is off, karen rogers has weather. >> reporter: it's beautiful day bright and sunny low humidity. 65 degrees refreshing breeze out of the northeast
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good morning, america. right now former president george h.w. bush recovering in the hospital after falling at his summer home and breaking a bone in his neck. charleston church shooting suspect dylann roof in court this morning. the investigation into that laser attack in newark airport last night. at least five pilots reported beams in the cockpit while landing. so much to get to. it was a huge night at the espys, robin was backstage with the night's biggest and spin rarationle winners. >> it was a really powerful evening. lebron james was there, steph curry, peyton manning, the list goes on and on and we got to speak with devon still about his emotional speech he gave. his young daughter leah honored for her brave battle against
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cancer. she is adorable. we can't wait to share that. lauren hill's parent you'll hear from them, as well. >> we are looking forward to that. right now the latest in the bizarre kidnapping case in california. the family of one of the families is speaking out. aaron quinn's mom angry at the police for calling the abduction a hoax and learning more about the suspect, as well abc's cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: this morning a family outraged. >> they cost us a lot of pain and they didn't care. >> reporter: this mother speaking out for the first time saying her son aaron quinn and his girlfriend denise huskins were not just victims of a bizarre abduction plot they were wronged by the very police department that was supposed to help them. >> once they said it was a hoax it had to be a hoax. they dug themselves a hole and they were going to stay in it. >> reporter: it was a story so incredible vallejo police didn't believe it. >> mr. quinn and miss huskins
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has plundered valuable resources away from our community. >> reporter: overnight abc news obtaining this photo someone claiming to be huskins' kidnapper sent it to the "san francisco chronicle" showing a spray painted water gun with a laser pointer and flashlight taped together allegedly used in the abduction. the fbi arresting 38-year-old matthew muller and now new details about the accused mastermind his lawyer says he suffered from bipolar disorder for years. it sounds to me like you're setting yourself and your client up for an insanity defense. >> it's certainly something we're going to think about. there was a lot of things that were going on in mr. muller's life that were consistent with a person that was suffering from a mental disease. >> reporter: huskins and quinn, though vindicated are still suffering too. >> it will always haunt them but knowing that they are committed to helping others i
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think that will overcome it. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cecilia vega abc news vallejo, california. >> our thanks to cecilia for that. now to a frightening road rage incident. police in arizona are investigating this attack. a man getting out of his car walking up to a motorcycle driver and you see there punching him in the head. it was all caught on the motorcyclist's gopro camera. and abc's ryan smith is here with more. >> reporter: good morning. it started out with a motorcyclist cutting off a car in traffic and escalated to much more. pumps, shoving and an out-of-control driver could be facing charges. this morning, a shocking road rage case caught on helmet camera could land this angry driver in hot water. watch as 51-year-old lee shishmenos wallops codeny munoz in the face then shoves his 21-year-old passenger, louise alloy. >> this never happened to me so
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at that moment i was like, what can i do. >> reporter: and he doesn't stop there. throwing a punch at munoz's he will bet pushing and shoving. >> you can sort of see his eyes raging you know really red and pupils dilated for some reason. >> you got to stop. >> reporter: before falling to the curb. breaking his ankle. finally subdued by munoz and a witness. police suspecting he was driving his vehicle under the influence and according to a police report schismenos telling police he had three to four shots of whiskey. >> call the cops right now. help. anyone. >> reporter: the entire dustup caught on the motorcyclist's gopro. the altercation was related to an earlier traffic incident where the motorcyclist cut him off. >> i did nothing to you. >> yeah you just broke the law. >> reporter: police say he could face possible charges including
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assault, disorderly conduct, threats, endangerment and impaired driving. authorities haven't revealed if and when charges could be filed. as for the motorcyclist's girlfriend she stands 5'1" and didn't think he would shove a girl but decided he went with violence instead of talking it out. >> bad behavior caught on tape. something remarkable. the firefighter being called a hero not for running into a burning home but breaking up a robbery by tackling a thief and reena ninan has the story. >> reporter: this is the moment an off-duty firefighter turns into a crime fighter. watch as a man wearing a stocking mask enters a texas gas station convenience store pushing former marine daniel gaskey aside, demanding upon from the cashier while wielding a knife. >> i realized real quick what was going on. there's only one reason people wear black masks in a gas station. >> reporter: that's when gaskey a former wrestler springs into
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action. he assesses the situation in seven seconds before putting dylan bearden in a choke hold and pulls him to the ground holding him until police arrived. >> i was like he is focused on a lady. i can control this. i just tossed him on to the ground and landed on top of him to stun him and i was able to get the knife away and kind of threw it out of his reach. >> reporter: the cashier calling 911 kicking the knife further out of the way. >> they're the one with the -- like in the red jacket on. >> reporter: bearden facing aggravated robbery charges and thanks to gaskey's quick thinking no one was injured in the attack in you don't do it for fame or fortune or anything like that. it's the right thing to do and that's -- i mean that's a reward in itself. >> reporter: for "america this morning," reena ninan abc news new york. >> to ginger right now. this major hurricane forming in the pacific. >> impressive pictures. the satellite image when it was
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a category 4 wednesday from nasa, unless you're on this island you'reis morning it is category 3 at 115 miles per hour heading out into the pacific. the only thing you'll feel on the main handle southern california the rough surf and the moisture into arizona and new mexico. let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, i'm karen rogers, it's 635 cool, a refreshing breeze, high of 82. tomorrow, sunny and nice, 84. after the record snow that was there finally has melted and look at this video. we have a time lapse of that nasty pile diminishing through the months so finally -- >> mid-july.
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it's 7:42 and back now with "gma's" survival week. this morning how to avoid a boating disaster. there are thousands of accidents on the water every year. with some boats going well over 100 miles an hour things go wrong very quickly. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: seven people on a boat. a seemingly perfect day on the water. but as experienced boaters know all too well things can change in an instant.
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>> we were doing around 89 90 miles an hour before we wrecked. >> reporter: brett wasn't supposed to be there that day. he was just hitching a ride. that's him in the back right. he mounted a gopro that caught the horrific scene. >> the fact the boat didn't flip multiple times is still amazing. ♪ >> reporter: that's me going even faster than the boat on the lake speeds in excess of 100 miles an hour but my captains out on the water in miami are pros. >> hey, i'm matt. >> reporter: brad shonewald and larry will teach me to you to operate a boat on the water. a skill that believe it or not is actually optional. you don't have to go out and get what we think is a driver's license. >> it's not required to run a boat like this. >> reporter: according to the coast guard in 2014 there were
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4,064 accidents that resulted in 610 deaths and nearly 2700 injuries from recreational boating. and according to shonewald that is mostly because people respect trained properly specifically about the angle of the nose of the boat in the water. what happens if the nose is too high? >> the boat will leave the wave or leave the wake. it'll fly through the air and because all the weight is in the back of the boat the back of the boat lands first which you don't want it to do. >> reporter: larry puts me mind the wheel of this 46-foot catamaran. this requires something he will mental concentration. >> you need to pay attention. you're traveling a football field very quickly. be aware of your markers and surroundings and fellow boaters. >> reporter: the third tool larry and brett teach, to expect the unexpected. wear a life jacket but also many high performance boats have a kill switch. >> so if the boat becomes out of control, because the operator failed to do something
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correctly, throws you out of the boat. this will come along and it'll kill the engines. >> reporter: a kill switch is likely what saved this operator's life in this crash when he was thrown from his boat. simple tips to keep in mind it can make the difference between a pleasant day on the water and something very different. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, miami. >> that looks painful. >> my neck hurts just watching that. >> yeah and they didn't have a life vest so everybody, make sure to wear your life vest. on the water there are often no speed limbs and people can go as far as they want. another reason it's so important to operate a boat safely. so we've got a lot more coming on. a lot of big moments from the espys just ahead. the night's biggest trends and the overwhelming reaction to that special message from devon still's daughter leah here we go again. another day shackled by wires. how long do we have to keep untangling for just a little taste of power? who knew charging could be so...
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. "speed feed." to paula. >> no surprise that the espys dominated social media. especially those emotional moments with caitlyn jenner and devon still talking about his little girl leah jenner was the most discussed person on twitter of the night followed by right
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here 5-year-old cancer survivor leah hundreds of thousands of tweets about those two honorees about jenner laverne cox of "orange is the new black" tweeted "just caught caitlyn jenner's speech at the espys, so deeply moved. i feel like an historic moment happened for my community tonight. thanks." then leah's message during her dad's speech. the most tweeted moment. lebron james who introduced still, he posted this picture on instagram just hours ago and already it has received over 270,000 likes but that moment it was the biggest moment on twitter. george, i wish we had ten more minutes because there were so many amazing moments. the u.s. women's national team steph curry. >> we don't have the time right this second but we do have it in our next hour. robin will bring us a lot of that backstage with devon still and the u.s. women's soccer team. there you see them so we are going to see a lot more of the espys. we'll be back with robin after this break.
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hey everyone, i'm matt o'donnell, let's get a trash crash update with matt pellman. >> reporter: pick a highway any highway, problem has -- probably has some problems this morning. this is the ramp to the schuylkill expressway westbound to the 202 southbound. if you're on the schuylkill expressway westbound it's jamming because of the delay from the ramp closures. westbound side 1 miles per hour. bail for the blue route 476.
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go north to the westbound pennsylvania turnpike or south to 30 westbound toward paoli. crash 422 eastbound at oaks. taking out the left lane jammed from royersford through this point. septa's lansdale doylestown line not running between doylestown and link belt because of a tree that fell on the wireless. >> some of us when we walked outside actually thought about grabbing a light jacket. just a little chilly in fact. relative, karen rogers. >> reporter: if you are in the suburbs it was in the 50s the sunshine is out nice and bright, so it's feeling good. let's check the numbers, 67 in philadelphia. we're at 61 in reading allentown, 67 in millville. 65 in dover. 68 on the boardwalk in ac. beerve got a gorgeous day today. low humidity, a refreshing breeze out of the northeast, 82 for the high, lots of sunshine.
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tomorrow, sunny and nice, 84. friday night a shower and the weekend is more hot and humid matt. >> photos from the winners of the espy award and philadelphia's own mo'ne davis at 6abc.com.
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♪ lately i've been -- good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. un unforgettable night at the espys. robin backstage with all the names. caitlyn tells her about getting ready for the big night and devon still's emotional speech talking to robin right after. "gma" behind the scenes and robin live from l.a. this morning. parenting alert right now. new warnings about those popular liquid detergent pods that promise a mean clean can be a big health hazard for your kids. "gma on the lookout." breaking down the energy bars. is your favorite one really as healthy as you think? ♪ shut up and dance ♪ sisters tina fey and amy poehler ready to party. why the pair is back together pretending to be related. all that and the women's soccer team ready to say --
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>> all: good morning, america. but look at all those stars with robin last night at the espys, so much excite. all the year's top athletes and achievements recognized last night and robin is here with the highlights. >> hey, that's ronda rousey ufc fighter talking smack on the red carpet. but then backstage i'll share with you her special moment and a little hint it had to do with her momma. >> nice. >> there were so many great moment emotional moments but there was a lot of great fashion out on the stage including from you, miss roberts. so we'll talk about that, as well. a lot of winners. you're always on point. fashion forward. look at you. elegant, beautiful. ah, so nice.
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>> go on. >> that's when you say stop it some more, amy. >> you're doing it again this morning, robin. look at you. >> thank you. but, michael, i got to tell you it's intimidating. i went to work out in the gym and all these world class athletes are going at it. i tucked tail and ran back in the room. >> i would have tuck tailed back to the room and ordered room service. you still did jumping jacks. women's world cup team winning a huge honor, one of the biggest moments of the night and took away -- took home the award for best team and we heard from them the moment they stepped offstage. >> what a roll they are on. >> they're enjoying every moment. >> they should. a lot more coming up. the morning rundown from paula. >> thanks. the big story former president george h.w. bush now hospitalized in maine. the 91-year-old fell at his summer home breaking a bone in his neck. he is in fair condition. doctors say the injury is not life-threatening. bush is now in a neck brace.
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it is unclear how long he'll be hospitalized. his granddaughter jenna bush hager tweeting we're optimistic he will heal well. breaking overnight a midair scare. blinding lazers pointed at several commercial jets filled with passengers. officials say at least 11 flights targeted as they were landing in newark new jersey forcing the control tower to change the plane's approach pass. now, the incidents just the latest in a nationwide epidemic that prompted the fbi to form a special task force just to track down those responsible. president obama is in oklahoma today where he becomes the first sitting president to visit a federal prison. he is talking to inmates and prison officials for their input on reforming the system. the president is pushing for legislation to reduce or eliminate long sentences for non nonviolent offenders. and we do have a new warning about the dangers of those single use laundry detergent pods. doctors say parents of small children should be especially concerned and abc's reena ninan
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explains. >> reporter: this morning a new study concerning those small liquid detergent pods that can easily be mistaken for candy. "consumer reports" stating "given the continued danger we have made the decision not to include pods on our list of recommended products and strongly urge household with children younger than 6 to skip them altogether." while they promise to pack a mean clean they can pack health hazards. >> when children ingest these pods they're seeing stomach upset. difficulty breathing, wheezing. unfortunately, two children have actually died. >> reporter: procter & gamble the leading manufacturer of them and parent company of tide and gain telling "good morning america" "we take every incident of accidental exposure seriously and believe these defenses are preventable." the american cleaning institute echoing that saying companies are taking big steps adding a
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we bring you richly indulgent chocolate milk that's ultra filtered so fairlife has more protein and only half the sugar. and never any artificial growth hormones. at fairlife, we believe in better. ♪ welcome back to "gma." time for our "heat index" and this morning's hot button. espys awards today. so many incredible moments. robin was there for all of it. >> somebody had to do it. glad it was me. caitlyn accepting the prestigious arthur ashe courage award. we talked about that. that is going to be remembered as a significant moment in espy history and so many other that illuminated this shining night in sports. >> when my daughter was first diagnosed with cancer i felt like i was in a nightmare. >> reporter: the tears flowing as one strong father saluted his your ranges daughter. >> from the moment you was born you molded me into the man i am
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today. >> reporter: the cincinnati bengals devon still and his 5-year-old daughter leah accepting the jimmy v. award for her ongoing with cancer. >> you taught me more about life than i could ever do. i feel good that the speech is over with. anybody that makes that speech you want to macon imact. >> reporter: the stills with us ss ss just one of them. since stuart scott passed away his message endures. stuart scott's impact felt throughout the espys even extending to another honoree laurenhill laurenhill. >> she was i have go -- given less than two years to live. >> reporter: stu's speech at last year's espys helping her through the illness. >> she beat it by how she lived. >> she brought it every day and
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even on her worst days she always mustered up smiles and humor and made the most of each day. it was amazing. >> reporter: also a night of celebration. >> please don't beat me up. ronda rousey. >> reporter: from ufc fighter ronda rousey earning the title best female athlete. >> my favorite part is having my moom here. she just went to the bathroom right before. i was so worryied she wasn't going to make it. she made it in her seat just in time. >> this is why i love the behind-the-scenes. people wouldn't know that at home. >> steph curry. >> reporter: steph curry adding another trophy to the shelf. congratulations. all right. where's riley? >> she's on baby duty so she's helping mommy out with our newborn but wished she could be here so i'll bring some toys home for her. >> reporter: and the team that just cannot be beat. >> u.s. women's soccer. >> reporter: the world cup champions scoring the award for best team.
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are you all seeing confetti in your sleep? >> obviously everybody could win it. there are so many amazing teams but super honored. but we did win the world cup so -- >> reporter: with one last team huddle the capoff for one un unforgettable night. hard to count all the incredible moments last night. another touching one, danielle green receiving the pat tillman award for service. she played basketball at notre dame. after she graduated she joined the military. she lost an arm in iraq and now she's working as a counselor to help other veterans. it was a privilege to be there last night. you put aside your differences when you're there. i think michael can really appreciate this. ben affleck, of course big red sox fan, he presented an icon award to former yankees derek jeter. there was laughter there was tears, there was a little bit of everything last night. >> he looked so -- like he was
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in so much pain to give that award. [ laughter ] >> you have much more on that coming up. >> i have a lot more on that coming up. >> robin, thank you very much. next up on the health heath, energy bars. many of us turn to them for a midday snack or post workout pick me up. we think we're making a healthy choice but are we really? abc's becky worley finds out. >> reporter: snack, workout fuel or meal replacement. americans spend $1.2 billion on bars last year. >> i think that it's an easy go to especially a mom on the run. >> i choose them as a snack because they're convenient. >> reporter: earlier the fda told kind stop using healthy. no kapdz bars have less than four grams of fat and some have 16 grams. >> so the issue with bars is that really they are full of sugar, fat and salt. >> reporter: but really how
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full? we looked at popular bars and picked two that were more than 200 calories. >> that's a lot of calories. >> reporter: then we asked maia feller to analyze them. first the lara bar. what's a separable equivalent snack? >> i took this lara bar and looked it he nutrition facts label and at the total fat. >> no way. >> absolutely. i was completely surprised. >> reporter: the kit kat has a gram less protein and a little more fat but the lara bar has more sugar. it does have more fiber. >> but at the end of the day they're quite similar. >> reporter: now this clif bar, macadamia bar with white chocolate sounds awesome. >> absolutely. >> reporter: her comp. >> here we go. >> reese's peaput butter cups and an egg white. even adding the egg the clif has more fat, calories and both have 21 grams of sugar.
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we reached out to the manufacturers. dates, chocolate chip cocoa powder and sea saul and asked which ingredient would your nutritionist not recommend as individual food and the makers of the clif bar said it's specifically crafted for athletes and active people to deliver balanced nutrition and a convenient source of sustained energy. that convenience is a factor. but maia suggests air popped popcorn, nuts boiled eggs and fruit and says they can be just as easily packed. >> go for a fresh unprocessed whole food. >> reporter: a task easier said than done for those of us consistently eating on the go. becky worley abc news, brooklyn, new york. >> all right, let's bring in dr. jennifer ashton who is getting her master's in nutrition at columbia so you know a little something about this. >> a little bit. we heard in the tape piece all about energy bars or protein bars but this extends to health or fitness foods in general. sol of it is marketing. some of it is nutritional
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science and medicine so i want to show you what i'm talking about. two bowls of trail mix there. fitness trail mix and regular one. why don't you pick one. >> of course i'll go for the fitness trail. >> you just proved what was shown in a big recent study in the journal of market research which shows that the branding in terms of fitness or weight loss has a big impact. people are more likely to choose that food and then they're likely to eat more of it and exercise less. maybe that's because they're misjudging the portion. maybe it's because we don't feel any guilt when we see the word fitness. >> we might eat for. >> correct. it can add up. this can be the wolf's in sheep's clothing when talking about snacks. >> fitness bars especially or the protein bar, do they offer a good balance between carbs and protein and fiber and the things we need in our body? >> you really have to ask yourself why are you eating it? are you eating it for a meal replacement or a snack or before or after a workout or are you on a hiking trail for six hours a day which is how this all
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originated but there are some things we need to look at after you ask your question why am i consuming this? why am i reaching for it? read the label. we say it over and over again. >> some have the same calories as a meal. >> correct, number one, number two when you look at the label sugar should not be in the first three ingredients. there are a lot very chic ways to disguise the word sugar, organic brown sugar, molasses agave nectar. turban turbanado. i didn't even know what that meant until i got a master's in nutrition. >> if you want the healthiest option available. if you're looking for that pick-me-up snack and need energy you say what. >> i'm liking what i see. >> what was in the taped piece, whole foods are always better. not always realistic if you're traveling at work need something for convenience. this is a favorite in my house. we take bananas, a lot of them.
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make a little banana sandwich put a little thin like a teaspoon of peanut butter in the middle. put it in the freezer and these you can store in bulk. >> i love these. >> a good blend of protein, the healthy fat, good carbs and saving a lot of money. >> all right. i hope my girls were listening because i'm a big banana peanut butter mom. >> i'll come over and make them tore you. >> thank you. out to ginger for the weather. >> amy, it is a glorious morning in new york city. we've had a we've had a muggy week, the cold front came through and it's nice out here. where's mom in texas? houston, texas. mary black. good morning to you mary black. in miami a water spout formed over biscane bay. you can see more action from storms, severe weather from cedar rapids to pee --
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illinois. thunderstorms are going to bulk you have thanks to the moisture from hurricane delores in the pacific. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers we're dry with bright sunshine. why not head to the beach. if you do, watch out for moderate chance of rip currents down the shore. tomorrow, sunny and nice, a few high clouds in the afternoon 84. maybe a shower at night as warm air evects into the region it gets more humid and hot for the weekend. "hvenlt."
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they're from the big "h." you're from the little "h." >> we have to head in to michael for "pop." >> thank you, ginger. now it's time for "pop news." and espys night was a home run, everybody. filled with a lot of punch lines and ben affleck, he got the party started and all the comedy started when he presented the icon award to his red sox rival, derek jeter and batman surprising us all with a big secret. >> he broke my heart a hundred times times, if not more. and he broke it again when he retired because think ben is just saying that because he had to. >> emotional. >> he was emotional but he poked fun at the captain. he poked fun at him. all while admitting his respect for the showstopping shortstop.
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>> if you were -- >> you broke my heart. >> yes, but ben probably can't go back to boston now for whoit a while. >> equivalent to you as a former new york giant thanking whom? your biggest rival. >> but ben never said those words about me. but also in the next story here ginger is now so we can get started with "pop news." looks like hogwarts might need to add something to the curriculum. daniel radcliffe got called in for one magical hour. office workers were shocked to see radcliffe, the receptionist in action and one seemed less than impressed with his reception skills. >> i'm sorry, mate. >> i have a meeting, you know. >> one moment. >> can you go find her? >> yeah. >> okay. >> new guy sucks. >> well you don't want to mess with joe jonas when he has an appointment.
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year's not sure why dam was a go-to secretary. we have no idea. >> we're talking about it? we're talking about it. i think he used a magic wand. he was not very good at that at all. funny lady amy poehler and tina fey back on the big screen. seven years since that last movie together. the dynamic duo in "sisters." fey and poehler return to their hometown and decide to throw one epic party before their parents sell their beloved childhood home. it stars maya rudolph too and hits decembers december 18th. >> great. >> it has to be good. a lot of pressure, ladies. and finally we have been talking about the espys all morning. here's two more athletes. this video has been posted to facebook earlier this week and has over 23 million views and these brothers are traveling
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with the cicq africa. check this out. i think this is something you and i need to get involved with and -- >> what? >> thanks michael. so much more ahead this morning. remember those conjoined twins that captured america's heart. they are now separating and finally home. we'll go inside the procedure that gave them new lives. "deals & steals" ahead too.
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a private surveillance camera caught four armed men trying to force their way into a home in the west mount airy section of the city. police hope someone will recognize the men and turn them in. 8:27 thursday, let's turn to matt pellman for the latest on the trash crash. >> reporter: we're making progress finally in king of prussia. in the last five minutes they have uprighted the overturned trash truck and cleaned up the trash and letting a lane get by on 202 southbound coming away from the mall. the ramp remains shut down. you can keep going to mall boulevard and loop around the mall. i would bail for the westbound schuylkill at the blue route either the northbound or westbound turnpike or southbound
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at route 30. the crash at 422 at oaks off to the side. slow coming in from royersford. i-95 northbound crash in the center lane jammed solid coming north of naamans road. >> david is off, karen rogers has the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: breezy and beautiful, matt, temperatures are below average, the human is way down. the national weather service has extended this flood warning for the maurice river until 4:00 p.m. still some minor flooding going on in parts of salem and cumberland county. cohancy under flood stage. bright sunshine and high clouds, 82 is for the high. tomorrow, sunny, nice, 84. high clouds at the end of the day. a chance for a shower in the overnight hours friday into saturday, the weekend is more humid we have a chance for a thunderstorm 92 the high on
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sunday. >> watch devon still's emotional speech at the espys at 6abc.com. life's the food that brings us together. and kitchens where every meal is the
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most important of the day. they can swim and look good in a bathing suit but can they -- ♪ shut up and dance ♪ >> "gma" is calling all lifeguards to show us how you lip-sync to -- ♪ shut up and dance ♪ >> put on your best lip-sync to the hit song "shut up and dance." you could compete for $10,000 for your community. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to find out how to enter. >> look at those lifeguards there. helping us kick off the ultimate summer contest. this is "gma's" lifeguard surf and turf showdown. we'll get teams from around the country getting the chance to win $10,000 for their community. you get to vote for which teams will compete. >> that's right but first of all, all of you lifeguards out there have to enter so we want to see you lip-sync to "shut up
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and dance." the clock is ticking. send in your video by going to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! for all the official rules and details and we can't wait to see you dance. >> i hope these guys get in no matter what. they came out this morning. [ cheers and applause ] >> so send in those videos. we're going to turn now to hollywood real estate. takes a special edge to sell one of those multimillion dollar mansions. for one broker it meant spending tens of thousands to produce a movie. nick watt has the details. >> reporter: looks like a blockbuster but it ain't. it's a mini movie made by a realtor to sell this house. it has a plot and everything. >> husband went out of town. ♪ >> wife texted all her girlfriends to enjoy the beautiful pool. ♪ >> reporter: i mean shouldn't a house like this be able to sell itself? >> no. nothing sells itself anymore. ♪ >> reporter: there are more
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young billionaires out there than ever and realtors stop at nothing to grab their attention. for this they're asking $32 million and the movie plot was devised by rayni's husband and business partner brandon. you hate him a little bit for it. >> in the beginning i thought that is too risky. we can't do that. real estate has never seen that before. ♪ >> reporter: flo rida soundtrack and across the canyon. >> there it is. we filmed that house and it had 3 million views. >> and reached sweden where the creator of minecraft is from. he saw the video and flew in based on -- >> reporter: he went yeah yeah and bought the house and lifestyle for 70 million. the mini movie works. this one is saying to potential buyers bikini clad will sip wine in the afternoon on your kitchen countertop.
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>> if that's what you've picked up this enour job is finished with this video because that's exactly right. >> there is a point where it's too much and you got -- you can't cross the line. >> reporter: this was still okay. you didn't cross any lines. >> i don't think so. ♪ welcome to my house ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt abc news, in the hollywood hills. >> i was going to say if they sent us one of those videos my wife would throw it out. >> you're selling a lifestyle. you're selling a dream. not just a house, right. yeah, yeah. >> well time now for our on location vacation where we show you how you can turn your summer vacation into movie magic. this morning, abc's sara haines is here to take us to the un unforgettable places that made "the hunger games" a blockbuster hit. good morning, sara. >> good morning, amy. first let's cue sound effects. ♪ you know it. this is a die-hard fan's dream transporting yourself into the actual places where hug"the hunger
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games" unfolded and seeing some scenes re-enacted up close and personal. the entire journey for the most hard-core of mockingjays. welcome welcome. >> happy hunger games. >> reporter: a fictional dystopia brought to life through this blockbuster hit. following katniss as she fights to survive. >> i don't want you to go. >> reporter: the backdrop to the first film installment, none other than north carolina. and if you're hungry for some games we've got the seven-stop road map to all the action. rolling in at number seven district 12 or henry river mill a ticket on "the hunger games" unofficial fan tour gets you access to this cotton mill village. >> the exact site where you will see effie entering the. [ app hencively. >> reporter: you can visit
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katniss' house and watch them re-create iconic scenes and sharpen your archery skills. >> families do it together. thousands are coming every year. >> reporter: if you dare drive to number six, the arena or dupont state fufrts. hike to triple falls where tour guides show you where katniss rescued peta. >> reporter: go for a swim. >> while they were filming they loved to take a break and swim every chance they had. >> reporter: number five navitat where josh hutcherson zip lined through the mountains in his spare time. number four the hotel indigo in downtown nashville. this boutique hotel was where general for lawrence liam hemsworth called home for three months and you could catch them perusing title as malaprops book store or feasting on gorilla rolls at the wasabi restaurant.
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number one, the southern. where you can enjoy drinks and some live music. seven hot spots that will leave you hungry for more. just follow the road map and remember -- >> may the odds be ever in your favor. >> now, one real cool fact here henry river mill village is up for sale which is district 12. the whole village. it's an 86-year-old owner who can't keep up. there's no running water and say it's haunted. that's funny. it should be cheaper is what i'm saying. >> sara thank you very much. by the way you can get the entire one-day itinerary on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! thankful thursday. >> let's do it. so we'll catch up with those conjoined twins born in texas last year both back home now reunited after some miracle surgery. abc's juju chang has their story of hope and faith. >> reporter: a child's smile, a reminder to be thankful for the
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good in the world. >> i feel really good. you know it's been a long year. >> reporter: and a sign of progress for knatalye and adelines who sisterhood started closer than most. a little over a year ago the mata's twins were born conjoined from the rib cage down to their pelvis with internal organs fused together. >> i want to give them a shot at a normal life. >> reporter: at 10 months old a team of 12 surgeons at texas children's hospital worked to separate the girls during a grueling 26-hour operation. >> there's a fair amount of bleeding with dividing the liver. during that bleeding process, adeline's heart wasn't punching very well. >> reporter: when the family is called back for another worrisome face-to-face meeting. >> dr. o. has to hurry up. >> reporter: this time it's the news they've been waiting for. >> so far so good. they're separated. >> hey. we now have --
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told you. i told you. i told you. oh. yay. >> reporter: little knatalye the stronger of the two leaves the hospital in may. adeline following suit in june. >> hi gorgeous. >> reporter: and now the family of five is thankful to be out of the hospital and reunited again under the same roof. >> dada. >> reporter: nurses still checking in on the girls who are doing great. even sleeping through the night. >> i can't get over it. it's just been an amazing feeling. so grateful to god for letting us keep them and making them so strong and so happy and they're just amazing little girls. >> reporter: two sisters separated now ready to take on the world together. >> they're everywhere. miracles are just -- don't give up because you might not see one coming but it'll hit you right in the face. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news houston, texas. >> love seeing those little girls do so well.
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>> great to see. all of you can see more of the mata twins' remarkable twin in "conjoined twins: miracle space" that airs tonight on the discovery life channel. >> doesn't it feelingly out here? compared to the last a couple of mornings where it was sticky and icky. dolores the had hurricane in the pacific will bring dewpoints here in new mexico and arizona. you'll see some storms, but not too much in the way of flooding, rough surf in southern california. seattle much more than they should be. they have broken out of the warmth. 76 for the high. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers, beautiful day we're dry. let's check the forecast, 67 degrees, heading up to 82.
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nice and bright today a refreshing breeze out of the north, lots of sunshine, low humidity, tomorrow mostly sunny, equally nice. it's going to be so exciting. i'll be joining disney jr. and miles from tomorrowland. i don't know if you show the show "space missions." ♪ smiles smiles from tomorrowland ♪ i'll be watching a lot more of these. summer initial sieve is what they're doing that encourages young children to engage in s.t.e.a.m. >> great acronym. >> we can't wait to be a part of it. >> great stuff. a lot more ahead here. we got "deals & steals," a lot more coming up. >> you guys are good. "gma's" thankful thursday is brought to you by airbnb.
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♪ tory johnson is here. that means it's "deals & steals" time. all kinds of great stuff. looks like i'm doing some shopping today. >> good. i'm ready for you. are you ready? >> let's go. >> start right down here. first up so personalizations very popular. these are from kate forty eight.
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isn't that sweet. a little signature bar or a last name with a date and established bar or what i love the little enamel discs with initials that come in a great gift box. amazing deal on these. normally starting at $82, everything is slashed by at least 68%. so 26 to $32. >> good start. >> beaded chain, as well. yes, very pretty. >> and footwear. >> this is a little rickety but you got it. okay from j slides. big assortment of footwear. slip-on sneakers all kinds of different styles to choose from. big assortment of colors. i love the platform sneengers, very in but take you through the year. whole and half sizes depending on the style you choose. big discount on these. normally the whole assortment ranks from 50$50 to $145. everything is slashed by again, at least 64% so starting at just
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$18. can't beat that if these will make my girls happy. >> these will. these are a lot of fun so i pulled one out here. >> thank you. >> from lulu dharma. these are fun. triple wrap bracelets. goes around three times. the girls will show you. they know how to do that. they got it down. so it comes in nine different gems so a big, big assortment. all little hand cut square semiprecious stones such a beautiful assortment. always a big hit on leather cords which i love and very very durable. massive discount. normally $129 every one of these bracelets is slashed by 78%. $29. huge discount. >> all right. okay. another big "gma" favorite. two different style bags there's the harlow and arden satchels. genuine leather. six different colors two
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different styles in each of the colors. beautiful also gold tone hardware. for girls who knock their bags around this is eye big deal which is the little metal feet on the bottom. love that. another gigantic discount on these. again, huge huge favorite. normally $295 depending on the one you choose. these are all slashed by 73%. $79. what i love about these is so many different straps from handles that are adjustable. it's a big favorite for those. no way! no way! yes, way. yes, way. and last but not least from julep. premium nail color that's found in all the premium retailers. a trio. choose the assortment. four different assortments. thee different colors real phenomenal polish. big discount on these, as well. everybody knows it can be so expensive.
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norm wally $42 slashed by 61%. $14. >> all three. >> three for $14. >> wow. >> and free shipping from julep. >> great stuff. >> yes, way. yes, way. >> you'll make believers out of them. we want to thank all the companies for the great deals. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to get the codes and links plus a bonus deal you can only get on our website and we'll have much more ahead on "gma." the remarkable story about how this father and firefighter's life was saved.
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we'll turn now to the searing story of a firefighter.
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his life threatened and saved by a fellow firefighter and a team of remarkable surgeons. his journey chronicled in "save my life: boston trauma." take a look. >> as firefighters we depend on each other. jason is our ladder driver and i'm on the rear step of the ladder truck. we have to have each other's backs. we just got out of work that morning. decided to go out riding. i mounted a camera on my motorcycle helmet. there was a truck coming the other way. you know in the back of my mind i was thinking i just saw my friend die. >> darrel, i'm hurt. >> also amputated his leg. >> your leg is in bad shape. >> i was freaking out inside. >> you're in good hands, all right. we'll fly you out.
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>> we have a patient coming in from the scene with a femur fracture. >> it hurts. >> i got a phone call from the fire department and dropped everything and just came. >> he's not responding to the blood that we're giving him. >> the seven units hanging. >> he needs to be in the operating room. i don't know if his leg will be salvageable but primary concern is stopping the bleeding and saving his life. >> you instantly think i'm going to have to tell my kids the worst. >> they said that there's been an accident i was crying panicking. >> medial five, perfect. good news is he's stable and there's no evidence of ongoing bleeding. his life is much more secure at this point. the future of his leg is much more in doubt. >> i feel like crap. >> you feel like crap. you're alive. you're alive.
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that's all that matters. >> i will never ride another motorcycle again. okay? >> okay. >> they're cool looking and guess what you'll never ride. >> a motorcycle. >> that's right. >> and you will not believe what he accomplishes next. find out when "save my life boston trauma" premieres this sunday night 10:00 right here on abc. we'll be right back.
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>> hey everyone, 8:56, thursday july 15. matt pellman joins us.
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hey, matt is the trash gone yet? >> reporter: no, it's a trashy morning in king of prussia because of the overturned trash truck. on 202 we have the left lane getting by southbound coming away from the mall. the ramp from the schuylkill expressway westbound to the southbound lanes of 202 is shut down as they continue the cleanup. it's causing delays on the westbound side of 76 with speeds up to 13 miles per hour by gulph mills. if you're coming west on 76. just off on the blue route and work out toward the main line. crash on 452 blocking the right lane. lansdale doylestown line running first train leaves in 20 seconds. >> thanks so much. let's go to karen rogers filling in for david murphy.
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>> reporter: dewpoint today is 52 degrees, the humidity is down, the sunshine is blaring we have a refreshing breeze 82 degrees for the high. tomorrow, a nice day 84. high clouds friday night maybe a shower sneaks in overnight friday into saturday as warm air evects into the region. a thunderstorm or two on saturday, 90 for the high. hotter sunday, 92. >> coming up on "action news" at noon the search for who pointed a green laser at 11 planes. federal investigators want to know who put the crews and passengers in danger. "live" with kelly and michael is next. you'll see amy schumer on the show. i'm matt o'donnell have a great day.
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