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and rehearsals all afternoons and a number of visitors are coming in and out as they get the details wrapped up for this important day tomorrow, besides the 25,000 seated guests there is room for another 10,000 standing on the side. >> this gives us a sneak peek of what will happen in philadelphia but the ben franklin parkway is a bigger scale than what you see here. as we mentioned we are at the national cathedral and next to us is catholic university. they are still going to class and they can't leave campus and are on virtual lock down because of all the security measures and we found a student from allentown, he was lucky enough
to get a ticket in the lottery, here is what he said about the pontiff's visiting. >> from a student's vantage point what is it like. >> it's incredible, the past few weeks. >> reporter: so it is an exciting time, there are a couple dozen media in place but this is a beehive of activity tonight and into tomorrow, right now the pope is resting, he did arrive at 4:00, as you saw at andrew air force base and was greeted by the president and the vice president and others, and needs time to rest and meditate and think about the next six days, he does not have a public agenda today. he will go to the white house and lead prayer with bishops and here is the big papal mass and canonization ceremony, the first ever to take place on u.s. soil.
>> while they are at the white house, he will have a greeting on the south lawn with 1,000 invited guests, we talked to sister mary scolon who is from philadelphia, we know her well, she was and invited to be on the south lawn. there is a philadelphia connection tlupt. >> we'll talk to her at 6:00, the big story, the pope is in town and we are waiting for the big papal mass tomorrow, which by the way is in spanish, not just because it's the native tongue for the pontiff but the missionary that will be cannonized is of latin decent. >> how is your spanish. >> good. the canonization is exciting, it's the person that brought catholicism into the united states secenturies ago. we'll see you at 5:30 and 6:00,
back to you inned studios in philadelphia. >> thank you guys. the world meeting of families that culminates with the visit of pope francis began today in philadelphia, mayor michael nutter and archbishop chaput and hand. it includes lectures and meetings, with more than 18,000 people signed up this is the most attended of the eight world meetings thus far. >> as we take a live look at our studio and our papal visit countdown, pope francis is arriving in philadelphia on saturday, that is three days and 16 hours and 23 second minutes. and the work continues to transform on the ben franklin parkway for pope francis, an elaborate stage is coninstructed. people are finalizing their
plans to get there. john rawlins is there with more. >> reporter: hi sharrie, the focal poen on the parkway, what is a stage on saturday and a sanctuary on sunday is taking shape on the oval, it's still very much a construction site. >> akins oval is a giant machine with hundreds of moving parts, a small army of workers building and working, and thousands of square feet of flooring and man smoothing outs mother nature's unseen spots, the work seems endless and doors for tv anchor booths being built and a huge speaker tower being assembled. not rock concert black but in papal white. the man on the phone, scott merkin, the man overseeing this,
contains miles of wiring and thousands of theater lights and sound for thousands of people. >> several thousand watts of power, amps actually being delivered through 15 or so power plants we have around the footprint, folks walked up to take in the transformation and snapped away and took in the marvel. >> i think it's super cool. >> i think it's crazy and so intense, the world is watching so why not make the best of out of philadelphia. >> steve and his trends rented a townhouse nearby. >> we have sit down seats for the mass and saturday we have standing room. pretty far back but you have the view and it's the atmosphere. >> are you in the red zone. >> i am in the red zone. >> the red zone is the ticket zone, that extends from the oval down a number of blocks to the parkway half mile down the parkway, that is the tickets
zone as we say, about 80,000 people have tickets to be in that area, both saturday and then again on sunday. live above the parkway, john rawlins, channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> thank you john. it's beginning to take shape. >> back to washington now where pope francis just arrived at the vatican embassy, where he is staying while they are in town, it's located on the portion of embassy row, it has a chapel inside and beautiful stained glass windows and an outdoor garden, pope francis will be there meditating for the rest of the evening, of course back here to philadelphia, you can see more of rick and monica coming up at 6:00 tonight, and eva pilgram and sara bloomquist will be live in new york starting on thursday. >> and when the pope gets to philadelphia, "action news" has you covered, jim gardner leads
our team of more than two dozen anchors and reporters located across the region, bringing you this history making event and its impant on the delaware valley. one school continues to celebrate the pope's visit by including him in their every day studies. katherine scott has their story. >> you can hear the excitement in their voices and see it on their faces. >> pope francis is coming here. >> the pope is coming. >> soon saint hillary wants to make sure the pope and thousands of pilgrims feel welcome as the world meetings of families get underway, out of all the places in the world they picked philadelphia and that is my home town. >> it's an honor to have the pope coming to our city.
>> coming together and just celebrating, there are posters in hallways but the subject matter in classrooms and craft projects like this pope puppet. and a video made by students last year will be played at the concert, after snagging first place in a concert. >> the devotion of mary undoer of knots, inspires parishioners, they made their own knots with their struggles and prayers with the hope that the pope will help undue them. >> even teachers have found ways to get involved. volunteers going to the world meeting of families and singers and many heading with their families to the papal mass on the parkway. >> the whole focus coming here and showing it to my children and helping them to grow in their faith it's an unbelievable celebration. and at the root of the
celebration even the youngest understands. >> have you to love each other. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." >> got to love that. students from nazareth academy high school will help to serenade the pope during his masses this weekend. ♪ ♪ four students from the northeast philadelphia school are selected as part of the high school choir, one of them victoria sanchez sang for pope benedict in rome lindsay lohwill be ther >> it's amazing and something you won't experience again, it's amazing. >> the school's coral director and assistant will be taking part in this weekend's masses. >> so many neat connections.
>> a special moment for all of these people involved. it's time now for the "action news" traffic report. lets get to matt pellman where thing are getting progressively worse. >> that is so true but the zoning that drivers are singing is not quite as bad as some afternoons but we have delays from troop toward oaks and farther west in the pottstown area, you got the ramp from the arm and hammer boulevard interchange to the westbound lanes of 422, they are work on the ramp for a while and it's finally open, and this area does not wrap totally for another three years. a crash in abington this afternoon on meeting house road at susquehanna road and the ben franklin parkway remains shut down in both directions, i don't think the delays are excite as good and the memo from the vine street expressway.
and septa bus routes are being detoured of course and the river line has delays because of a disabled train and getting ready for a tacony palmyra opening in 15 minutes. we'll check it again coming up in the next half hour. >> thank you, there is more to come ahead tonight on "action news" at 5:00, one local ambulance company takes on a major role to help those with medical needs during the papal visit, the training that the emt's have undergone to prepare. sum senior going out on a cool note but i'm tracking a relatively warm note to fall. i'll have all the details in the accuweather forecast. >> that and more as "action news" continues on this tuesday night. ññ
security is of course top priority when the pope arrives in philadelphia, there are 74 law enforcement agencies working to make sure this weekend say safe one, david beech, the head of secret service said there are no known threats against the pope or the city. and they are training for bomb threats and lone shooters.
>> with respect to what we prepare for, anything that we can think of that could be a vulnerability or a threat. there are 24 entrances set up for the parkway and independence hall and each is screening points for anyone trying to access the event or that area. >> although most of the focus on the pope's visit is in philadelphia, he will spend a large share of time in delaware county, and health reporter and registered nurse is here with details on how one ambulance company is preparing for the pope. >> this is st. charles seminary in wynnewood, this is where the pope sleeps on saturday night and meets with the bishops on saturday morning, this is where people will show up hoping to get a glimpse of pope francis, so for a local emergency medical service protecting everyone's health in this area has become a big operation. >> we have the trucks and people
that staff our bikes and tents. for nearly five months, ambulances have trained and prepped for this weekend, the company will cover its usual area of lower merion and conshohocken but heightened coverage near the seminary plus most of the city avenue and for the first time is covered the winfield and overbrook sections of philadelphia, to free up city fire department medics for downtown and the parkway, from emts and licensed physicians they will be on duty on everything from bicycles to ambulances to buses, and they have extra equipment too, including this fully equipped motorcycle and ambulance, a one of a kind in pennsylvania and it's online from cheltenham township. it carries a monitor,
defibrillator and life support supplies and normal narcotics that an ambulance would carry as well as iv drips and stuff like that. >> but the goal is to get through traffic during emergencies, and they are borrowing all-terrain vehicles from montgomery county for greater mobility, putting the plan today takes a lot of work but officials say it's worth it for this once in a lifetime event. >> the hospital will have first aid tents in the area. they are prepared for anything. >> quite an operational ethank you. remember to follow our special twitter handle at 6 abc pope for constant updates on the pope's visit. across america, people like basketball hall of famer
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the ben franklin bridge and seeing a thick veil of clouds, we had sun breaks this afternoon and that bumped the high to 75 degrees, pretty seasonable, and reading and lancaster, the clouds are hanging tough and the high there is 68 degrees and wilmington 73 degrees, plenty of clouds as we say good-bye to summer. but the clouds thin out as we head through the overnight hours, satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have this conveyer belt of moisture in the form of clouds and no showers today. this high pressure will nudge down into the evening hours and that begins to clear the clouds out from the north and west and the southeast, look here though, the low pressure off the coast of the carolinas, right through the weekend and weekend and that brings us a cloudy and cool weekend, you may notice the sun
is setting earlier and earlier, tonight is sets at 6:58, the first time the sun is setting since 4:00 since march 7th, in more than six months, a sign of the times that fall is upon us. fall arrives at 4:21 tomorrow, this is when the sun's rays are directly over thequiequator. and tonight though clouds are clearing out and it's a cool night, 59 in philadelphia and 56 in millville and reading 49 and wilmington 56 degrees, the day planner showing tomorrow grab the sunglasses and leave the jacket at home, by afternoon up to 80 degrees at 5:00, warm first day of fall, at 8:00, 62 degrees, and 11:00, 70 and by 2:00, 76 degrees, a warm welcome day to fall, pleasant day with
low humidity and on thursday, we bump it up to 83 degrees and behind that system, temperatures drop back into the 70s and 75 degrees on friday with clouds and sunshine and papal weekend, looks cool and cloudy and temperatures in the low 70s and low pressure is lurking not far from the south, and we'll talk about that coming up in the full accuweather forecast. warm and sunny tomorrow as we welcome in fall. as long as the clouds don't bring rain we are happy. much more to come in the next half hour off "action news" at 5:00. restaurants and coffee shops are kicking into high gear and stocking up for pope francis' arriving in philadelphia. and federal authorities are looking for help to find an armed bank robber before he strikes again and a dog left for dead in camden is changing lives as he changes his recovery, we'll show you. jamie wanted a taste of the real new orleans
continues now with more on the arrival of pope francis in the united states, an exciting day for most americans, i'm monica malpass along with rick williams here at the nation's capital. the pope arrived a little while ago at andrews base, and was greeted by the president and his family and others, the crowd cheer and now is he meditating and relaxing for a quiet evening at the vatican embassy. >> the excitement continues here at the national cathedral as preparations continue for the papal mass and canonization ceremony, they are hanging banners and signs for the pontiff as he arrives here, various choirs are rehearsing and it sounds down right lovely and heavenly throughout the day, the preparations continue through tomorrow and the pope has quite an itinerary before
the papal mass, tomorrow afternoon he is expected to go to the white house for a welcome ceremony with president obama and meet with 400 bishops across the country at saint matthew's cathedral and the canonization ceremony here at the cathedral. >> and we met one bishop that has roots in the delaware valley, he came for all of these events and it's the pontiff's down to earth style and charismatic style that makes him so popular. >> people appreciate it, it's who he is. and i think that it just touches the heart of so many people. >> father burbage was born and raised in delaware county and
went to st. charles seminary and gets to return this weekend as he returns for the pope and now serves in south carolina. and one of several bishops we'll hear from tomorrow with the pope, is he one of only 20 that gets to shake the pontiff's hand. and people if they are 25,000 ticket holders to come to the cathedral, it should be exciting on our coverage continues tonight at 6:00, until then let go back to the studios in philadelphia. >> all right rick and monica great coverage there, a flurry of activity continues along the ben franklin parkway. >> everything appears to be moving on schedule, the main stage construction and security banners going up and much more, dozens of construction workers continue piecing together the massive stage in front of akins
oval, this is where pope francis will sit during the mass on saturday and the outdoor mass on sunday morning, the security fencing meant to hold visitors is still moving into play. the operation will begin less than 30 minutes from now at 6:00 tonight, cars will be moved into the areas east of the 12th street and third street at 9:00 tomorrow morning, designated emergency routes are cleared of parked cars, if you bought a yellow placard from the parking authority you can stay there for now but on thursday you have to choose an alternative parking option instead. lets go live now to walter perez live in spring garden. >> crunch time now for restaurants and coffee shops and people to stock up on supplies. >> that is right, business owners were notified that once the pope arrives in the delaware
vall valley, vehicular traffic is restricted that is one thing. but if you have a restaurant you rely on the shipments of food and alcohol and now they are stocking up big time right now. >> normally mace's crossing keeps 15 kegs in stock, now they are looking for a place to keep 36 kegs they ordered in lock down for this coming weekend and that left no room for the extra freezers they rented for the extra food they ordered and thankfully they have a friendly working relationship that allowed them to plug in the freezer in their facilities. >> our customers are their customers and we have been neighbors for 40 years, up in fairmount they faced a similar problem but they rented this trailer size refrigerator, still business owner, michael says with no deliveries coming in
this weekend they decided to pear down their menu and options. >> beer garden, take up all the refrigeration space. meanwhile running out of inventory will not be a problem for the wawa if are you not aware of this store that is because it opened last friday, and this wawa will still be receiving shipments through saturday night, don't ask store managers how they receive that clearance, we are guaranteed deliveries on friday and saturday night, we are fully staffed and loaded to take care of our customers. >> that is security clearance that went up to washington. >> that is what i'm told. >> that is all they would say, and wawa is handing out free bottles of water to first responders and those attending the world meeting of families.
>> and they are pairing down their menus, because of limited inventory and the crowds this weekend, the plan is to make whatever they make delicious and fast. reporting live, walter perez, channel 6 "action news." >> no shortage of customers walter thank you. >> we are following the pope's u.s. visit with live reports over the weekend, rick williams and monica malpass continue their live reports from washington today and when pope francis heads to new york city, eva pilgram and sara bloomquist will have live coverage thursday and friday. >> and when pope francis arrives in philadelphia on saturday, we have full coverage of all of his events, we'll be live on the air all weekend here on 6 abc and live updates on our website at 6abc.com. now to a developing story in camden county, a body as washed up at newton lake, in oaklyn a
short time ago, someone spotted the body head the cvs, it's not clear how the person died but investigators are on the scene at this moment searching for includes, in other news, the search is on for an armed thief who targeted a convenience store, it happened at 7-eleven on delmar drive, the clerk told police that the suspect walked in and flashed a weapon and then tied him up. and then the suspect cleaned out the cash ridgester and took off. the clerk was not injured . in center city philadelphia, the fbi is asking for the public's help identifying this armed bank robber, take a look he struck the republic bank at 1818 market street back in july, the suspect walked in with a backpack and pulled out a gun and pointed it at the teller and then stuffed his bag with stacks of cash and walked out without
hurting anyone. investigators intel wear are looking to see what caused a fast moving fire at concord pike last night at midnight, you can see smoke pouring through the roof. a firefighter had an injury on his hand but is expected to recover. now matt pellman keeping an eye on things, is he live in the "action news" traffic center. lots of things happening on the roads this week, as we head toward the weekend, the ben franklin parkway right up there with the tents, that is putting extra volume on the surrounding city streets also here on the vine street expressway. that jams westbound from the schuylkill and the signed warning that the vine will close entirely, a lot of the ramps shutting down thursday night at 10:00. the tacony palmyra bridge
opening for a southbound ship making its way down the delaware river, a crash in camden on 676 that clears out and look for a debris spill on 55, northbound at 322 bhoking a lane and delaware park a crash at 7 northbound with no delays on the dart buses but the market line has delays of 15 minutes because of equipment problems. she was thrown in jail for refusing to follow a court order to issue gay marriage licenses. and now kim davis is talking to abc in an exclusive interview. and melissa in for adam toebt. >> the high today in philadelphia is 5-degrees and numbers are in the 80s and summer like temperatures returning for the start of fall. we'll have the details in the
the kentucky county clerk that spent five-days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses for same sex couples speaking out to abc news. kim davis is sticking by her convictions but maintains she is not homophobic, i have gay friends and they know where i stand on this issue but we respect each other. >> she has not stopped her deputy clerks but she has changed the wording on the certificates by removing her name and not listing the county, the aclu is saying that is a violation of the judge's order. can you see more of that interview on world news tonight following "action news" at 6:00. sweet pea is among the dogs starting the new leash on life
usa program, it's at the philadelphia prison system in northeast philadelphia, she and the other dogs were dropped off today and they will spend the next 12 weeks with the inmates, both organizers and inmates call it a life changing experience. >> it's unconditional love really, they don't care what they have done or where they have been, they care about the fact that these guys love them. >> it's like a second chance for both of us, so i'm looking forward to the challenge. very neat program. the inmates serve as trainers teaching the dogs obedience and socialization to prepare them for adoption. jaime apody along with sports tonight and an oldish name is the manager for the phillies.
>> he has an interest now for the last year, today they took it's interim tag of mccannon and extended his contract through next season, they are trying to not lose 100 games this year. >> i'm very pleased it's fortunate that ruben put me in the position he did, to enable this to happen. so you know, i am pleased to find out they wanted me another year and i'm looking forward to it. >> when have you a bad day at the office, what helps you? for me it's get away and clear my head, that is the bird's situation as they got back to work, the biggest concern is bouncing back while they are banged up, michael hendricks with his hamstring andal
it's tough but the good thing about it, we were abto bring him back the guy that knows the system and plays for us and plays a lot of games for us and a guy that plays well. everybody else should pick it up. >> the run game, demarco murray has 11 yards on the season and the offensive line is taking the brunt of the blame. >> what is fine, we'll go back to the drawing board. come back together collectively and that comes down to execution and it will be a good match-up against the jets, we'll see if it changes this week. >> it looked like the cowboys knew the plays the way they were stopping the run. >> wide receiver josh huff says there were times he was lined up and could hear the players yell out what play was coming. >> and lets hope they don't tell the jets they are enough of a
problem as it is. they beat andrew luck and the colts on the road, and the jets have never beaten the eagles in nine tries but the jets are 2-0 this season. in case you haven't heard the pope is coming to town and we have a question for him, this is a building on construction at 1919 market street and i was cents this picture, that says dear mr. pope, can you talk to your boss about our eagles, we could use some help. they have taken it down but more than 450,000 people have seen that on my facebook page. the official greeting, the question for the pope. >> jaime thank you. breaking news now, we want to get to chopper 6 hd over hancock township in buck county where we are learning of reports of a fire that broke out at the hancock kennels at 600 block of
apple road, firefighters are on the scene here, no fire visible at this point but we can see the damage to the roof, this again happening in bucks county at the h h heydock kennel. we learn of reports of animals being trapped and we hope that those rescues are in process. baby! mom! i love that we're spending the weekend together. oh i know! hey, why don't you turn off your phone and all your stuff. good idea. it's off. mom? oh my internet is so slow when anyone else is using it. did you like want to do something? i am doing something. leave slow downloads behind. it's good to be back.
all right now to meteorologist, monica malpass, cloudy out there today and comfortable, not a bad day but cooler than where it should be for this time of year, the first day of fall is tomorrow, feels like summer, stormtracker 6 live double scan you can see it's dry and quiet and no issues with precipitation and we have a fair amount of cloud cover overhead and we'll talk about the reason why, and brighter skies prevail for the middle half of our work week, the high in philadelphia, 75 degrees and with the northeasterly wind we are down to 71 in the city and 63 in the poconos and allentown unthe lehigh valley, along the coast to sea isle city, we hold at 70 as well in dover, the call from accuweather for the rest of tonight, turning partly cloudy
and gradual clearing in the overdmit hours, it's comfortable and cool, dropping down to 48 in the suburbs and the constant northeasterly win that will change throughout the day tomorrow. speaking of tomorrow fall arrives at 4:21 in the morning, when the sun's direct rays are over head and days get shorter and shorter as we get closer to the winter season. >> we saw a fair amount of cloud cover over head thanks to the weak disturbance, that rides to the north and east, and eventually clear as we go through the rest of the overnight hours, we widen out the picture and swing on down to the southeast, we are tracking this area of low pressure off the coast of the carolinas and some moisture breaking out ahead of this, this is the feature to watch as we head through the west of our work week here and more specifically into the weekend, really an area of low pressure battling a ridge of
high pressure to the north, the weekend setup we are tracking the coastal low, but the chances and the likelihood, a 30% chance of rain and the area of low pressure pushing north into the city, the ridge of high pressure stays dominant, the 70% likelihood stays dry, with clouds across the region and mostly cloudy as we get into saturday and sunday, the area of low pressure looks to stay to the south, if there is deviation we'll keep you posted as the week wears on, a light shower or jacket needs for the papal weekend, saturday clouds and it's cool and breezy and high temperature of 73 degrees and sunday cloudy and a northeasterly wind, breezy of 10 to 20 miles per hour a high of 72, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and pleasant tomorrow high up to 80 degrees, fall warmth continues on thursday, in at 82, clouds
and sunshine on friday, it's cooler because late thursday into friday we are tracking a front that moves on through and we are back down to 75, breezy for the start of the weekend on saturday, with a mostly cloudy sky and cool on sunday with a high of 72, monday clouds and sun and 75 and turning warmer next tuesday guys with the temperature of 77, not a bad start to fall as we get into the weekend. >> thank you. it's officially the last day of summer but abc's prime time is hotter than ever. tonight is no exception and kicks off at 8:00 with an old favorite making a triumphant return to television with a twist. >> hi piggy remember how i told you i would meet my girlfriend's parents tonight, i want to bring them no rehearsal to meet you. >> okay no touching and no eye
contact. >> i'll tell them. >> i can't wait for that, the muppets are back on 6 abc 8:00 sharp, tonight's episode introduces us to miss piggy's late night talk show and kermit and gonzo and fozzie the bear and the mayhem band will be there. >> miss piggy laying down the rules, a nice of laughs on 6 abc and it starts with the series premier of the muppets and season premiere of fresh off the boat and 9:00 it's two hours of "dancing with the stars" and after that it's "action news" at 11:00.
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because unlimited pollution shouldn't be a right. but playing outside should be. right now the "action news" team is standing by are these stories next at 6:00, complete coverage of the pope's visit to cuba and his arrival in d.c. a short time ago. we'll show you how the faithful kicked off the world meeting of families in center city.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist, cecily tynan and jim gardner. a historic moment and this is only the very beginning, pope francis has arrived in the suts for the first time in his life. on hand to welcome him today personally at joint base andrews, president obama. and we are just days away from the papal visit to philadelphia.
it is tuesday night and jim is off and i'm brian taff and the big story on "action news" tonight is the pope's journey to america, he is resting now at the vatican embassy, arriving this past hour. the pressure is on for the crews in philadelphia that have just three days to finish building and get that papal stage set. we have team coverage of the papal visit tonight and you'll hear from all of our reports, first we hear from anchors rick williams and monica malpass in washington to kick off our coverage. >> hi brian, thank you. that is right preparations continue at catholic university also home to the national cathedral, preparing for tomorrow's big papal mass, of course the pontiff will preside over it and there is a canonization
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