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5:00 a.m., monday, march 6. here's what's happening. >> gunfire erupts in southwest philadelphia targeting two people sitting in a car, a man is dead a teenager is seriously wounded. nearly 400 nurses are refusing to show up for work in a delaware county memorial hospital. we'll tell you why they are sitting on the pick line. let's take a look at weather and traffic and go over to david murphy, he's got at least a warmup tick today, we'll look forward to that. matt pellman is in in for karen rogers. >> reporter: good morning, everyone we'll see sunshine early, the cloud cover 0 north and west of philadelphia. once the sun comes up, we'll see
it. we are starting out cold, eventually the clouds will get thick, it will be warmer, anytime we see precipitation from the west, it will be rain tonight. 24 in wilmington, 22 in allentown. 32 the freeing -- freezing mark in cape may. there's not much wind out there, we don't have to worry about a windchill. things get better temperature-wise, 27 degrees under the sun by 7:00 a.m. noon, 42. we get a milder high of 352. we were stuck in the 30 rest yesterday, it was chilly. 48 by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 45 degrees, we could have a cool down by the end of the week, we could have light snow toward the end of the week and parts of the weekend. i wore snowflake socks david.
>> reporter: we have a live look at i-95, this morning it's nice and quiet with no somebody -- southbound delays heading toward center city. the vine street is open, no overnight construction it is not scheduled to close weekend, good to go as you cross town on 676 the vine. no issues on the i-95 the boulevard, the blue route with speeds in the 50s. we have a sinkhole from late last week in kensington, clearfield street blocked near kensington allegheny alternate. 202 traffic is moving fine in both directions, out and about in south jersey in camden county, so far so good as you come north from turnersville, blackwood, deptford heading toward the walt whitman bridge. no issues so far on this monday morning. >> thank you matt. there's questions about a brutal shooting in west
philadelphia. someone fired swo a -- car killing a man and shooting a teenager in the face, annie mccormick is live from children's hospital in philadelphia, that's where the teen was taken, she picks the story up from there, good morning, anney. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the 14-year-old remains at the children's hospital in philadelphia currently listed in critical condition after police say he was shot in the face. take a look at the video. this is video from the scene yesterday afternoon this all unfolded in the 8100 block of lions avenue around 2:30 p.m. there was a 20-year-old shot in the vehicle who was rushed to penn presbyterian hospital and pronounced dead. the 14-year-old survived the shooting and was rushed to chop. bullet holes found is he scene. police believe the two tried driving away from the shooter or shooters and crashed into a utility pole. gunshots covered the car there.
neighbors sounded off how the neighborhood is changing and hoping that will come forward with information. >> it's a forgotten neighborhood. thisthis was a viable neighborhi was raised in this neighborhood. >> now, children don't have anything to do this is very sad. >> reporter: no named suspects, police are working to gather surveillance video from the area are they are hoping that more witnesses come forward. since there is a homicide linked to this, involved with this, the 20-year-old that was killed there is a reward for information leading to an arrest. they are hoping that the information will help solved who shot this 14-year-old. reporting live outside children's hospital, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> new this morning, crews this morning have cleared a crash involving a car and flat bed truck in cherry hill, new
jersey, at crescent road and brace road. one person inside the car was injured. investigators are looking into what caused the crash. gunfire in a atlantic neighborhood left a man dead. police were called to south rhode island avenue at 10:00 p.m. for reports of gunfire. when they arrived they found the shooting victim in the street. he was pronounced at the scene. police have not released information about a motive or suspect. it is 5 5:05 a.m., hundreds of nurses will protest unfair labor policy outside the hospital in drexel hill. the strike started yesterday and it includes 400 employees. picketers are sending a message about unfair labor practices.
the union has been negotiating with the hospital in the hopes of hiring more staff. >> we're out here for all of us, this is about patient care, well no longer stand for theant. >> >> he was once new jersey attorney general david samson has pleaded guilty for pressuring the port of new jersey to open up flights to south carolina. the 777-year-old could be sentenced to two years in prison, but he could have the possibility of probation. >> what do you say we warm things up around here, david.
>> reporter: all right, we'll do that this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. taking a look outside we're looking at the commodore barry bridge and elsewhere across the region we're expecting early sun before the clouds overtake us this afternoon. it was cold on saturday, we're dealing with the chilly air mass. 22 in allentown. 32 in cape may. everybody needs the winter coats this morning. winds are not that strong at all, in fact they are calm in a lot of spots. we'll start out with sunshine before the clouds get thicker. this precipitation is rain by the time it gets here at it is later tonight mainly in the northern suburbs. earlier today, sun ealdz clouds clouds -- sun to clouds. 45 at the shore, sun to clouds. in philadelphia we'll go for a
high of 52 which will feel better than yesterday when it was a little bit breezy and we had the highs in the 30s. it's mild today winds are variable, 6 to 12 miles per hour. not all that strong. later this evening, there's a chance of a passing shower, by 11:00 p.m. 11:30 p.m. it could be turning into a snow mix in the poconos. we'll have a low tonight in philadelphia only getting down to 42 degrees. tomorrow there's a spotty shower possible in the poconos and northern areas. otherwise it looks mostly cloudy with sunny breaks, tomorrow it will be warmer. in the morning we'll no longer be in the 20s, we'll get lows in the 40s. it will be better stepping out the door. in the afternoon, the model have us well in the 60s, that's good. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today's high, 52. sun and clouds, a sprinkle or shower in the northern suburbs tonight. maybe an early shower tomorrow,
otherwise mostly cloudy and milder high of 63. back to the sun on wednesday, windy another mild high of 63. thursday it's sunny and cooler and 51 degrees. there's the possibility of sprinkle or shower or wet snow shower popping through wednesday night. 45 degrees friday, friday there may be a snow shower around in the morning. for the weekend, cloudy skies on saturday, looks like there's a chance at least later in the day, of little light snow coming up. sunday looks like we'll have a better chance of a couple of inches of snow on the ground on sunday morning. saturday night is the night we lose an hour of sleep and change the clocks. that's the situation we're watching, both saturday into sunday. some snow possible on saturday, not all the models in agreement
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weekend, hopefully you had a good weekend nonetheless, i was down the shore, the wind was whipping down there. coming out of burbs we are not dealing with traffic troubles at least. this is route 1 pennsylvania avenue off the trenton morrisville bridge. one of the toll lanes is closed for work. that could giving us issues especially with people avoiding the turnpike connector bridge and using route 1 as a result. elsewhere in bucks county water main installation getting underway 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the flaggers will be out along second street pike, davisville road is the way to get around. somerton, tomlin road eastbound is closed through friday for
more water department work. red lion road 63 would be a better bet for tomlinson. in delco, work zones to watch out for. concord road starting in bethel township 9 to 3:00 p.m. stay on 322 to stay around that closure. warren avenue blocked in lower chichester 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ridge road to the north or 10th street to the south would be the alternate. delco commuter report getting world of an on the road, springfield township baltimore pike if you're in delco watch out for that. >> coast guard rescued five men from a sinking ship offand in scotland.
the boat sank moments later. the family of people who disappeared on malaysia airline flight 370 want the search for airline to continue. the official search was called off in january. it left for beijing march 8, 2014 an vanished somewhere over the indian ocean with 239 people on board. a father said the apple juice at a lancaster county restaurant put his children in the hospital. they consumed the juice on friday night. 10-year-old richie and his 4-year-old half sister ordered the apple juice and they became i will after they drank it. >> as soon as they took a sip of it, they were throwing up, there was blood and other stuff.
>> the children were rushed to the hospital, they suffered burns to their mouths and threat. the manager sailed the juice was bought at a local supermarket and they don't know how or why it would cause injuries of this sort. two brushfires are burning across 700 acres in south florida in palm beach county. high winds are making it difficult to contain them. neither fire is pose ago threat to homes. the sixers host the milwaukee bucks tonight. they suffered a loss against the pistons on saturday night. a police officer was in the right place at the right time, he not only delivered a baby girl on the side of the road, he soon after saved her life. we have two hotel workers who were attacked and a camera caught the whole thing. >> reporter: we're looking at a
yours, dryers were battling it out for a parking spot, in reality it was a an accident that ended up on top of the other, the 1959 corvett, the driver of the ford hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes. >> every time i see people in the classic car, i think i would back it out of the driveway and back it back in. >> reporter: there's city avenue at conshohocken avenue in
wynnfield heights, it was quite the sight. this morning, things are nice and quite on city avenue toward us own the schuylkill expressway. on the mass transit front if you ride 11 different septa bus routes that stopped at 15th and market until late last week. they don't stop there any more. the bus will pick you up at 16ing and market. river line is back up after shuttle busing all last week. >> reporter: the cold air that came in over the weekend is still with us. 27 degrees at 7:00 a.m. we're looking at a transition to milder air later. it becomes a better afternoon to go to the market and get stuff done. noon, 42, 3:00 p.m., 352. 5:00 p.m., 48 degrees, # p.m., 45 degrees, if you're traveling no major delays at the big airport cities, you see all the green aircraft. down in atlanta we're looking at morning rain. >> in "healthcheck" if you
suffer from migraines you might want to consider acupuncture. the treatment may help reduce how often you get the attacks and how to prevent them. researchers found that people who receive acupuncture 5 times a week, about five months into the treatment there was reduction in the migraines. new york city police officer delivered a baby girl and saved her life. the baby was born in the back of an uber yesterday afternoon. when the officer showed up, the baby was not moving and the umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck. the officer was a paramedic before he joined the nypd. >> i loosened the umbilical that was wrapped around the
neck. i realized the baby started to gasp for air and started to move. mother and baby are doing well. >> high schools are allowing teens to have nap times, it's not just lay on a colt, it's hitech. >> pope francis as he wants peo put down their cell phones and pick up something else instead. "g.m.a.'s" first look. >> reporter: scary moments caught on tape as a masked man creeps around the lobby of a hotel. a female employee gets up from the back office. the assailant springs into action. he tries to force her into a nearby bathroom and fights back and pulls the mask off his face. he comes back to "g.m.a.."
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live look out across the philadelphia airport. it is cold out there, 5:27, 27 degrees, what's the high david? 52, if you can hang on through this afternoon, 52- matt. >> reporter: thank you tam, this oklahoma state lawmaker, john bennett is being criticized for making a group of muslim students to fill out a question air which included do you beat your wife and do you denounce terror groups like hamas. the lawmaker released a statement saying the statements are based on islamic teachings and thought to be thought
provoking. several high schools in new mexico have sleep pods that can help your teenagers take a nap. they are like the share that lady gaga came out in. researchers say the pods can help students with anxiety. so far they are working and most students are energized and focus when they return to class after a 20 minute nap. >> beam me up scottie. interesting. new concerns at penn state the number of mumps cases have grown just as students are going out in the general public for spring break. head of national intelligence weighs in on accusations of wiretapping at trump tower.