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[cheers and applause] let's go nova ♪ boy oh, boy it was a party in the streets on the main line after villanova crushed oklahoma to move into the national championship game. "action news" team coverage from the main line to the final four is just ahead. hold on to your hats. this is a live picture sky6 live hd showing you the shaky image from the philadelphia international airport as the
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cameras shake in the high wind. high wind warning is in effect. it has caused problems overnight. good morning to you, no one nydia han is off, i'm gray hall. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, wind rain lightning. >> reporter: in the span of 6 hours we've seen lightning strikes, heavy downpours, hail and snow showers and bitter windchills. you have a lot of to work with. >> reporter: what a 6 hour stretch this has been. gusty winds woke me up around midnight last night. we had gusts as high as 60 miles per hour. an unofficial report came out of dennis township in cape may county 71 miles per hour created damage down there. i will get into the damage reports in the next 15 minutes or so. in the meantime let's flip it over to the high-wind warning that will continue until noon for the entire viewing area for the delaware and the lehigh valleys, we'll see the strong
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gusty winds they will diminish a bit as the go to into the second half of the day. it will be windy this morning and by afternoon, but not as intense. there is the system that came through in the overnight hours and produced damage in west chester and delaware bay region, as well. now we have rain and snow showers out there. the big story is windy. we're gusting to 38 miles per hour in cape may. 35 in millville. 50 in reading. all that wind is ushering in the colder air. it's 35 in allentown. 40 in philadelphia. 40 in millville. 39 in trenton and 43 in cape may. of course you factor in the wind feels like the 20s out there this morning. so we were 80 degrees on friday, now it feels like the 20s right now. make sure you bundle up first thing this morning we see a combination of sun and clouds today temperatures climbing through the 40s that's about it. 45 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 47, windy and chilly
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that 47 that will be the high for the day. what's ahead the strong gusty winds continue, temperatures rebound in the seven-day forecast. we have several chances of rain. i'll have the details coming up in just a bit. gray? thank you, the overnight storm left behind destruction in parts of the area. this is brand new video right here of a large tree that came crashing down on the front home there on kingsley road in cherry hill, new jersey. the husband and wife were inside the home at the time, they were not hurt. keep up with the windy weather along with the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 live at any time at the time now, 6:03 if you're just waking up with us, we turn to villanova's huge victory in houston, texas. villanova and fans cheered as the wildcats ran away with a historic blowout win against oklahoma. they have a shot to win the
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national championship that happens tomorrow night. right now we want to take you live to the campus of villanova. it is quiet of course right now, but that was not the case when the cats ran away with the big win last night. trish hartman is live on campus and we'll get a live look at the pandemonium. ducis rogers has the update on the the beat down. >> reporter: this was a one sided game you could get. in the end, villanova beat oklahoma to secure their place in the national championship game. the cats came out nervous in houston. first half, josh hart near perfect. 23 points in all, nova up 34-21. second half more of the same. bridges querlts -- converts, 49.
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ryan arcidiacono 3, 15 for him. the cats 71% to win by 44 points. it's the largest margin of victory ever in the national championship game. now the cats go on to face north carolina in the mietle game monday night -- title game monday night in houston. jeff skeverski is in houston, texas covering this incredible tournament. he said nova coach jay wright apologized after the game. >> reporter: villanova scores the biggest win in final four history a 44 point romp over oklahoma they are one win away from their first national championship in 31 years. josh hart and villanova players chanting one more as they come off the floor. hart's 23 points the most by a player in the final four since
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1971. it was so ugly, nova coach jay wright apologized to oklahoma head coach and now nova is oh, so close to their second championship in school history. to believe the to have a shot in the national championship is something you dream about, even if we're not making shots we'll have a chance. it's crazy. to have that, you know, it's crazy, i hope it doesn't hit us until after monday. describe the feeling in the locker room to know you're a win away with this group winning your first ever national championship. i was impressed, i had to do media stuff, they were waiting for me, no jumping up and down just business, they want to to get to the next game. i hope we are fresh we have to play a lot of minutes.
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i hope they are dialed in for monday night. >> reporter: considering the fire alarm at the team hotel went off as 5:51 in the morning. if that's the effect they have they hope it goes off again monday morning before they play north carolina for the national title. at the final four, jeff skeverski channel 6 "action news." the villanova campus is of course the epicenter of the fan frenzy. it erupted as the cats ran away with the huge win. trish hartman is live on campus with more on that. hopefully the fans and the students there are asleep right now. >> reporter: i think they are. it's very quiet this morning. obviously that was not the case last night. students were sky high taking the celebration from campus into the streets after watching villanova demolish oklahoma in the historic final four game last night. let's take a look at the video after the game. students poured on to lancaster avenue in bryn mawr after
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watching the game, 95-a-51 was the final score, the largest margin of victory in a final four game ever. radnor township police say seven arrests were made, two of the arrests were for assaulting a police horse, no word on charges yet. students say they were thrilled to watch a dominant wildcats team and they ready to watch the whole thing. it means so much to me, my grandfather went to nova, my dad went to nova, my dad celebrated the 1985 championship i'll celebrate the 2016 championship. we worked so hard for that, let's go villanova!and villanove national championship tomorrow
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night in houston, live in villanova university trish hartman. the students a little bit excited. alicia vitarelli and jeff skeverski are in houston for the final four run their live reports continue tonight on "action news" at 6:00. "action news" wants to see how you are sheering on nova nation send us your picture using the #6abc action. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. we are tracking the frantic moments as crews work to save people after a plane skids into a car on a california highway. plus a local soldier is welcomed home. he is serving his hometown in another way. the scrappy flyers continue their playoff push, ducis has that and of course more on villanova's win. >> reporter: the winds are roaring out there this morning. we have gusts as high as 48 miles per hour in reading,
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on a windy sunday morning meteorologist chris sowers will update you on the windy cold
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rainy forecast in just a bit. video from collingswood shows the aftermath of strong wind overnight. the winds knocked over several trees on park avenue in lake view drive. the homes there appear to have been spared. and clap of thunder probably started people from their sleep overnight. the wind gust pushed a shopping cart during the downpour at cherry hill mall. the geese waddled along but happy with the water courtesy of mother nature. we've had a lot of weather in the last several hours. >> reporter: i sleep with two fans on even in the winter. the thunder was so loud and the lightning had things rattling.
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we had gusts up to 60 miles per hour. that's created quite a bit of damage. as we look live in atlantic city, the winds are whipping around pretty good. the heavy rains have pushed out to sea. the temperatures have dropped off enough to produce snow showers north and west of philadelphia. it's really not mounting to all that much. but just the idea of seeing wet snowflakes is mind boggling considering we were at 80 degrees friday afternoon. wrights town, 60 miles per hour. philadelphia, 59. wilmington, 59. atlantic city, 48 miles per hour. pilots and reading 40 to 45 miles per hour. here's a look at the damage that took place overnight around midnight in dennisville, cape may county, new jersey, they had an unofficial report of a 71-mile an hour wind gust three miles shy of hurricane force winds it flipped a camper over and took off shingles on some of
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the homes in them sussex county and georgetown we had trees blowing into houses a mobile home was flipped over and tractor-trailer was flipped over, as well. some of the damage down here sounds tornadic to him. we'll -- to me. we'll see in the national weather service goes down and investigates. 30 miles per hour in philadelphia. millville, 39. trenton, 40 miles per hour. that's ushering in the colder air. temperatures are in the 0s and low 40s, but it feels like the 20s for just about everybody. 21 in reading. philadelphia, 29. trenton. 30 degrees. feels like 9 degrees in in the poconos. 28 in atlantic city and 30 in wildwood. oh, boy, satellite and radar, there it is that system pushing through now it's up into new england heavy snow flying for
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providence rhode island, boston moderate snow at this point, as well. lake effect snow steamers coming off lake lake-effect snow off ee and ontario. combination of sun and clouds today, nice looking day. overnight tonight mostly cloudy, there could snow showers along the state line that new york/p-a state line. does not look like we'll see anything in the philadelphia area. temperatures warm up into the 60s again. rain develops by afternoon. the poconos, lehigh valley and the delaware valley. not going to be a washout, but bring the umbrellas in case you have outdoor plans. allow the shower threat at any point during the day. tuesday we get a cold front pushing through the temperatures drop off again. as far as the winds are concerned they lighten up by the afternoon. we'll see gusts 40 miles per
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hour by 8:00. by 3:00 p.m. the strong winds lift into new england and replaced with gusts in the teens and 20s. 47 degrees is the forecasted high. winds sustained out of the northwest at 25 to 35 merely. overnight tonight, clothed and chilly, 30 degrees outlying suburbs, 37 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 47 today. 63 tomorrow. tomorrow will feel fantastic only to get colder for tuesday. 46. windchills in the 30s. wednesday, 56. periods of rain thursday, high of 60. gray? time now 6:17 take a look at this right here, a patriotic parade saluted a local national guardsman marty shellvin has
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waking up with us. school leaders from west chester university are investigating two sexual assaults. one happened on the second floor of the new street parking garage where police say a female student was raped by a male student. the second assault happened inside a campus dorm. a student was sleeping when the man she new assaulted her. the suspect is not a west chester university student. they believe believe there is anything linking the two cases. they are asking anyone with information about the first assault to call police. this morning one person is dead after this right here, a small plane a history of close calls crashed on a busy highway in southern california. i think we got the window open. they are trying to get the latch. cell phone video shows the frantic moments as firefighters and bystanders rushed to rescue those trapped inside the wreckage. the plane crashed and landed on
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its belly on i-15. skidded 250 feet and slammed into the back of a nissan that was stopped on the shoulder. a woman who was in the back seat of the car was killed. three others in the car, plus the pilot and passenger of the plane were taken to the hospital. the faa said the plane was made by a can it from the yankee catcher. he made a landing in the plane on the same interstate 16 years ago. welcome back everyone, 6:24
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subpoenaed morning, satellite and radar showing wintry conditions up to the north across the northern tier states very summer weather down to the
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south. they are enjoying summer weather along the gulf coast states and the heartland of the nation. we have the jet stream cutting across the nation which is setting up the cold air across the country. we'll feel the cold air today and temperatures rebound tomorrow and cold tuesday. 20s to the north an 50s and 60s to the south. chicago, 28 degrees if you saw that union fire game in chicago looked like they were playing in a blizzard that was the system that burned through here around midnight last night and created all the gusty winds and the tremendous amount of lighten that we saw. pattern change coming. jet stream looks like this, cold to the north, warm to the south of that line. by the time we get into the ladder portion of the week, the jet stream will look like the cold weather out here we warm up again.
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we're on a coral -- rollercoaster ride expect something different everyday of the week. 47 degrees today, combination of sun and clouds, windchills in the 30s. 6:26. in sports, the flyers and villanova continue magical runs, here's diewtionz -- ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, one more that's villanova battle cry right now they are one win away from a national title in 31 years, they crushed oklahoma. the final four game a rematch of the game played back in december, the sooners won that by 23 points. a different story last night. josh hart forces buddy hield into a turnover. ryan arcidiacono 15 for him. nova does not look back. hart scores 23. nova up 42, 28 at the break.
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second half, more of the same. sooners tried pressing on defense. that hadn't worked. bridges, 49-41 nova. villanova goes to win 95-51. it's the biggest beat down in a national final four game. it was one of those days, we made everything they couldn't make anything, kind of similar to our game in hawaii against them. everyone took a shot at him, it was surreal. we definitely thought we were going to do that, it was the type of hard work we put in and the defense and rebounds. >> reporter: the syracuse north carolina game, 74-62 tar heels.
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marcus page 14 points. tar heels win 83-66. it will be villanova and north carolina tomorrow night from houston, with the title on the line. the cats have beaten one number one seed this tournament why not make it two. speaking of the playoffs, flyers and senators yesterday afternoon a chippy game. early second period no score, flyers on the power play, wayne simmons, he will deflect the puck in, 1-0. 2-1 flyers in the third. simmons his 28th season. flyers go 3 for 4. they win 3-2 they are two points behind the islanders for the 7th spot. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers.
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ncaa history. now the wildcats have to face the tar heels. hold on to your hats, a high wind effect -- warning is in effect. this is sky6 live hd you can see the sky 6 camera shaking there. the gusts with caused problems. so glad you stayed with us nydia han is off. you warned everybody about this. >> reporter: you said hold on to your hats, how about not wearing a hat. that's good advice. >> reporter: outside we are looking at the ben franklin bridge. everything is clearing out now. what a doozy of a storm that blew through last night. this is at 11:30, look at the
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lightning strikes that were reported. 210. these with taken in 15 minute increments. you can see the storm barrel through. we had all kinds of damage reports coming out of cumberland county. millville, shiloh, another reported wind damage and another batch of damage down in southern cape may county. dennisville 71 miles per hour. georgetown, sussex county delaware reported winds estimated up to 70 miles per hour a slew of damage there, as well. here's a quick look at the damage that took place in cumberland county, new jersey. all kinds of power outages large trees down, tree limbs down arc transformer actually exploded as that line of storms pulled through. of course the cloud to ground lightning strikes which were tremendous out there. we saw 300 lightens strikes in cumberland county alone. a tremendous amount of energy
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with the system. now the strong gusty winds, the strongest of the strong is out to sea up in new england. these whipping around pretty good. millville, 40 miles per hour. cape may, 40-mile an hour wind gusts. temperatures have dropped into the 30s, 80 degrees friday afternoon. 30 in fleetwood. 35 in pottstown. saint david 35. mid 30s for south jersey, as well. dover, 40, smyrna, 39. hockessin, 37. forecast for today, you'll need it. the heavier coat you'll need gloves and a hat. temperatures in the 30s and climbing into the mid 40s this afternoon, and shooting for a high of only 47 degrees. do something in the weather department to bring spring back, would you? 6:33 the time. weather has cooled off, but villanova is on fire. they are playing their best going into the national championship in houston.
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they shot an astonishing 71% as they annihilated oklahoma. it was the largest mar i didn'tn of victory in the final four game next up, north carolina. for nova fans nothing would be finer than a victory over north carolina. alicia vitarelli is there in houston texas with locals supporting the wildcats. >> reporter: nova pride is flying high in houston. people are bleeding blue and white. what an exiting game, people traveling from far and wide across the delaware valley here to houston to watch the wildcats play win and make history. let's go nova. >> reporter: some sad faces for the not so okay, oklahoma. v for villanova. >> reporter: while nova nation is on fire they are bleeding
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blue and white and the wildcats are roaring. go nova! >> reporter: just a little exiting, no? very exiting. we were there in '85 we are going to do it again. kyle is a friend of ryan arcidiacono 'grew up playing basketball with the nova star. these guys drove from neshaminy high school. you drove 25 hours to be here. worth every mile. worth every cent. >> reporter: and these ladies played hefty to fly. it was a big commitment to book it and play through tuesday. >> reporter: tonight wildcats win and spontaneity wins. >> reporter: i caught up with
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the ryan arcidiacono family, mom, patty and four of her 6 children. they have a family tradition that they do in every game. they sit in the same seats and same order, they also this is what insures a win. i imagine that's how they will be sitting on monday night. we are in houston, alicia vitarellichannel 6 "action news." let's switch to trish hartman following the fanomonium here at home. >> reporter: there was no stopping villanova. nova nation went wild on campus after watching the wildcats dominate the sooners. the 44 points was the highest margin of victory in the semi final game ever and the fans
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couldn't be prouder. nova nation! we're the best. it's a villanova championship year! >> reporter: the celebration continued off campus with students flooded the streets of bryn mawr. seven people were arrested and two of the arrests assaulting a police horse. the students can't wait to take on the hard heels for the national championship tomorrow night. my dad celebrated the 1985 championship and i am going to celebrate the 2016 championship. we completely dominated oklahoma. we worked so hard for this, let's go villanova we're going to beat unc let's go nova. >> reporter: we've been saying it all morning, nova was on fire making 71% of their shots.
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the only team better than that in tournament history the 1985 villanova team during the championship game. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." exiting times. thank you so much. alicia vitarelli and jeff skeverski are in houston texas for the championship game. alicia and jeff live reports continue on "action news" right up until tip off tomorrow night and you can see them at here's a look at the picture of the fan frenzy. you don't have to be a nova grad to be part of the nova nation. after north carolina convincing win over syracuse, several hundreds of tar heels fans spilled into the streets on the chapel hill campus, north carolina will be going for their 6th national championship when they fails villanova on monday night. time now, 6:38 new this morning, the head-on collision in camden, new jersey has
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critically injured a man. the action cam was at the scene at fair view and lane right street where two cars ran into each around midnight. there are no reports of the other driver being injured. police are trying to determine the cause. for the first time since a suicide bombing a week and a half ago limited service is resuming at the brussels airport. first flights have took off today. there were no flights since the attack and the departure area on march 22. you will remember 32 people were killed. extra security measures are in place as the airport begins to resume normalcy. it will be back at 20% of capacity by tomorrow. there's much more to come on "action news" this sunday morning. locks with emotional messages are popping up over 295 inboard
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ton town, new new jersey. >> reporter: sky6 live hd taking a look outside overlooking camden, new jersey, it was a rough night overnight. a lot going on with the weather, chris sowers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. > so glad you stayed s
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on a sunday morning, the time
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now, 6:42. about 40 degrees outside right now. you can see the live look sky6 live hd overlooking atlantic city camera shaking the wind has been awhipping and awailing all night long. damage in cape may county, new jersey, camper flipped over, shingles off houses. meteorologist chris sowers has been tracking this since yesterday. so you should not be surprised by the weather. it was a whacky and intense night. >> reporter: we had damage in shiloh, upper deer field and newport township. delaware, damage reported, as well. the storm was whipping as it blew through the delaware and lehigh valleys last night. fortunately the thunderstorms have blown through. they are out to sea, now we're seeing clearing conditions, the winds roar out of the west/northwest anywhere from 25 to 30 miles per hour sustained or constant.
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every now and then we get a wind gust 50 to 60 miles per hour. double scan live, we watched snow showers through south jersey and northwestern suburbs, as well. over the past couple of hours, a tremendous change in the weather over the last 24 to 48 hours, 80 degrees i can't believe it's 80 degrees friday afternoon, shooting for a high of 47 degrees today with windchills stuck in the 30s just about all afternoon. windchills in the 20s right now. yesterday's high, 65 degrees. present temperature reading in philadelphia, 39. dewpoint, is a. pressure reading 29.62 inches. the winds are humming, 26 miles per hour gusts in the 40s. ocean temperature, 49. 48 in reading, 44 in lancaster. 44 in wilmington, allentown, 43-mile an hour wind gusts. poconos 50-plus, 38 in philadelphia. and trenton 38 miles per hour. i showed this a ton yesterday, i'm going to show it again.
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in the next couple of hours we expect the strongest winds. wind speeds 25 to 35 miles per hour gusts as high as 60 miles per hour. traveling will be difficult around the delaware and lehigh valleys especially on north/south oriented roads because of the tremendous cross winds that are developing. keep both hands on the steering wheels. on the secondary roads people have been telling they are dodging debris everywhere. look out for debris as the winds w4eu7 around and blow -- whip around and blow everything all over the place. there's the area of low pressure it's up in new england. boston moderate snow and lake effect coming in over lakes erie and ontario.
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this is cold weather across the new england and mid atlantic states. 30s and 40s, the winds make it feel like the 20s and 30s. future tracker later this afternoon, combination of sun and clouds, it's a nice looking day, it's just bluster and chilly out there. windchills in the 30s, highs in the mid 40s. overnight tonight, cloudy, tomorrow morning the second of two low pressure systems clips through passing on by to the north. snow across upstate new york, for us we'll see rain showers that's about it lehigh valley and delaware valley. the moisture develops and presses southward into south jersey and delaware. it's not heavy rain, but enough to make things gray and gloomy. windchills cold and blustery right now. climbing later this afternoon.
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35 degrees, that's what it feel like by -- it will feel like 33:00 p.m. overnight into tomorrow. things suddenly warm up, there you go, 63 degrees for the high. today 47. windchills in the 30s, reading, 44. allentown, 44. windy and blustery and chilly. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 for tomorrow, 46 again for tuesday, so we're on a rollercoaster road, 56 as we get into wednesday. thursday, periods of rain, 60 degrees. friday, clouds, showers, high of 50. saturday, clouds and sun, with a high of 54. the good news here, gray, the worst is over, things will improve. over the next couple of hours if you're traveling take it slow and be of a of safe out there. 6:47. windy weather conditions are behind one big cancellation this morning. take note. the get your rear in gear run
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and remembrance walk in fairmont park have been canceled. it raises awareness for colon cancer. organizers have not announced when they rescheduled. we'll keep you posted. firefighters battling this fire at a church in cumberland county millville, new jersey, high winds are making i felt difficult for firefighters battling the church fire. flames coming from the top of the church this is at the intersection of route 49 and pearl street. it started at 5:30, the mount pleasant united methodist church. the steeple on the church has collapsed. but this is an intense scene, crews on the scene fighting the fire. again, winds has been hampering their efforts there. so far no word about any injuries, but this quickly struck into a second alarm
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bringing in additional help from neighboring fire companies. as we work the fire we know that there are not any injuries. we'll watch this throughout the morning and keep you posted. and check we're back after this.
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overpass, love locks symbolizing unbreakable love. some show the names of couples when they got to together or the date that the locks were left. it's cute, it's a devotion to each other. >> reporter: so far there are over 100 locks on the overpass, driving by you wouldn't notice them. they are not limited to couples. i'm reading it's a symbol of their love for their deceased love one. some are for dad, some for couples. i think it's nice there's all different kinds of of love. >> reporter: a local couple heard about the love lock bridge in paris and thought it would be neat to have one in new jersey. they have encouraged others to put locks on the walking bridge to post their pictures there, too. we put one lock up, as we were
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passing every day we see more and more locks. >> reporter: the tradition came with a teen novel and spread around the world. in paris, the locks had to be removed because the weight of them is damaging the structure. this is jersey, of course, not paris, the bridge over the seine river may be different than the overpass over 295. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." there's another hour of "action news" straight ahead. villanova fever running wild after a blowout win puts the wildcats one win from being national champs. a high wind warning is in effect right now. it's been costly for one homeowner. of course, we continue to follow the breaking news coming from cumberland county. millville, new jersey, there's
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tell you about this fire, firefighters said heavy winds caused trees to fall or power lines there. this is the mount pleasant united methodist church intersection of route 49 and pearl street in cumberland county. it started at 5:30, the heavy wind have been give firefighters difficult time. this is an active scene. firefighters quickly struck a second alarm to help fight the church fire. you can see there the flames we were talking about. we are told that the steeple on the church collapsed because of the fire. we've been following this for sometime now. so far no reports of injuries. high winds hampering the efforts of the firefighters and high winds caused trees to fall into some power lines which likely caused the fire. we'll track this all morning and bring you updates as they come into the newsroom. a pleasant good morning to you, nydia han off this morning,


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