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6:00 a.m., friday, february 23 we're following breaking news. >> more than two dozen buses go up in flames at a school district depot in allentown, forces officials to cancel classes for the day. delaware basketball game end abruptly with a major fight on the court. students on both side had to be pulled back. weather repeat, grab the umbrella it's going to be damp and dreary. let's find out about the damp and dreary, david murphy and karen rogers what is the morning commute. >> reporter: this is the last day, but things get marginal better for the weekend. storm tracker 6 live shows us we have a little bit of precip. more on that in a moment. winter weather advisory kicks in from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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poconos to palmerton. temperatures will be below or near freezing and you could have freezing rain up to 1:00 p.m. rain arriving from the west. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you there is moderate to steadier precipitation popping philadelphia, in parts of south jersey and delaware and points to the west. where you don't seeld drizzle o. we'll be dealing with that little batch of prezip sayings through the morning commute. 37 in trenton. 37 in allentown. 38 in wilmington and reading. 39 in millville at this early hour, as we go through the day, cloudy, cool and damp. we'll struggle is to get the numbers up. 39 by 8:00 a.m. trying to squeeze up to 46 by dinnertime. cloudy with intermittent rain and drizzle through the day. karen we have rain tomorrow particularly later in the day, an into sunday morning.
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it will be milder over the weekend. details coming up. >> reporter: let's hit the roads right now. we have a bunch of accidents early this morning. we're live on the schuylkill expressway looking live on city avenue. westbound traffic heading toward king of prussia, not a big delay, roads are wet. we have an accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound that closed the ramp to the boulevard for a while. that is clear and moving better. on the big picture you can see that reflected here. no major issue on the blue route. schuylkill expressway is in good shape this morning. nothing issues on i-95. in old city, second, third blocked because of the fire location from the weekend. bristol, bucks county, we have a downed pole ford road newportville road and frost roads. stick to 413. hopping into new route 42 traffic is slower because of rain. >> firefighters are battling a
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huge fire at the parkland school district in the lehigh valley. this is new video that came into the newsroom minutes ago, you can see the extent of the flames and the damage. the depot is located behind orfield middle school in or field. we know that 25 buses have been destroyed by heavy fire. parkland schools canceled classes for the day within the last hour. it is unclear what started the fires, we'll stay on top of the breaking story in the lehigh ll debate over school safety continues with calls for increased security in the hallways there are new revelation than an armed resource officer was there in parkland, florida and did nothing. as cruz killed 17 people. officer scott peterson stayed outside the school and never intervened. the officer viewed video showing
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his sponsor lack of -- responsor lack thereof. >> i saw a deputy arrive west side of building 12 and take up a position and never went in. devastated sick to my stomach. there are no words. these families lost their children. >> peterson has resign, teachers and staff return to marjory stoneman douglas high school later today. students are expected to attend class again on monday. >> 60 4:00 a.m., chaos breaks out on high school basketball court in delaware, you can see refs and coaches and police officers pulling players back from one another. the fight involved smyrna and cape hen
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cape henlopen high school. the fight forced officials to end the game early. milford police is investigating the incident. philadelphia residents dealing with mail issues are hoping their postal problems come to anent an end soon. they voiced their concerns to newly pointed post master. jeanette reyes is live with the details. >> reporter: good morning, tam, residents have complained about this for months. the post master wanted to meet with residents face-to-face to talk about this. it was standing room only at the northern liberties community center last night with irate residents giving the newly appointed post master general an ear full about their mail not arriving, mail that's delivered months later to long lines at 7th and thompson and this woman who gets everyone else'
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mail dumped at her front door. >> i have to take time off from work and deliver the mail. >> my wife sentence me a valentine's day card i'm still waiting for it. >> we've all gimp -- given up on that. >> reporter: the problem was lighted last week in an special investigative report by chad perdelli. it was discovered that the problem is widespread. similar complaints were made in south, west, and southwest philadelphia and overbrook. but changes have been made with the post master announcing a new manager for the post office serving northern liberty. >> i needed somebody who is familiar with the area he actually carried the mail in the area, so he knows the neighborhood. >> reporter: the post master came from san francisco back in january, so well after the problem started, residents are hopeful that this is the
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beginning of some major changes they are expecting the mail to arrive regularly, and on time now, reporting live in northern liberties, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> this just into "action news," customers who use bbt bank today and across the country. this is related to a technical matter may not be able to access their bank. the bank tweeted an update overnight. bank officials say they have identified the issue and working to resolve. bbt credit and prepaid cards should remain active while repairs are underway. maribel a about themmer is live at the -- maribel aber is live at the nasdaq. >> reporter: subway is rolling out tokens for every dollar spent.
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you can track the tokens using the subway app or the subway card. it is expected to launch in mid march. dow posted a modest gain, nasdaq fell for the 4th straight session. futures are pointing to higher open. federal reserve is expected to offer insight into the views of the new fed chair jerome powell regard inflation. if you thought summer started a couple of days ago, well, today will add doubt to that thought. that's a live look at philadelphia international airport. >> let's go over to karen rogers to take a look at the suburban traffic report. see what it's like to get in and out of the city. good morning. >> reporter: we're starting this morning in the suburbs it will take you longer to get up own going own come to work right now. we're looking live in mount laurel, we're getting a good amount of rain.
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the roads are wet here. route 73 at 259. we're not seeing a major jam, but we're seeing wet roads. you want to slow it down if you're coming in from mount laurel arena cherry hill, new jersey. nottingham township, chester county an accident christine road at old forge road. low-hanging wireless. peco is on the scene right now give them room. slowing on the boulevard. storm tracker 6 live showing showers move look through the area. -- moving through the area. in malvern own -- ascertain downingtown. not too bad. media, chadds ford you can see the showers covering the roads. some areas getting damp more so
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in swedesboro, route 55 glassboro, route 30, the white horse pike and 70 between cherry hill and medford getting wet at the moment. poconos that's why we have the winter weather advisory in the poconos, 28 degrees. that's the only area up to the north where we are looking at the potential for slick roads because of this. high of 46. it's a rainy drizzly day that's damp and dreary. tomorrow not a whole lot better. 58 for the weekend, showers, especially later in the day into sunday, 62, mild on sunday, a wet start. david is coming back with the seven day and see if we can brighten things up that's coming up in just a moment. a group of men get creative with this carpet to save a child in danger. we're getting new insight into apple founder steve jobs looking at an old job
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three police officers in egypt saving a toddlers life. they look up to the third floor balcony of the bank. a 5-year-old child was dangling from the rail. they grab a carpet and catch the boy as he falls, the child was not hurt. my goodness. this morning more lawmakers are calling for the governor of missouri to resign. this is video of him leaving police custody yesterday. he took a compromising photo of
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a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015 without her knowledge or consent. he admitted to an affair with his hairdresser, he is charged with invasion of privacy. >> a support dog bit a child boarding a southwest airlines flight. southwest said the dog snapped at the young girl as she approached the animal causing a minor injury to her forehead. the airline said the dog and its owner remained in phoenix and the the complain took off it went minutes behind schedule. overhead view shows you most of this is passing through philadelphia and up and down i-95 from wilmington up to northeast -- about center city, really, some of this is extending to the shore, there's more by gettysburg that's
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continuing to source in, even where you don't see the green it's possible to have a sprinkle on the windshield and wet on the roads from where earlier rain came through. sky6 live hd rain drops on the camera lens. everybody getting up and down i-95 in center city. obvious the roads are wet and there's spray on the windshield. temperatures, 37 degrees, winds at 8 miles per hour that's giving you a windchill of 31. temperatures across the region are still on the cool side. 39 in millville. 37 in allentown. notice the northeast wind coming down and bringing in cool air for the second straight day. future tracker 6 is mirroring what's happening on radar pretty well. future tracker 6 wants to expand things aibilities that's a good -- a little bit. that's a good shot maybe steadier rainy wilmington and pushing into south jersey. notice how there's blue in the poconos, remember freezing rain
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is possible from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. up north. later in the afternoon it's spotty off and on showers most of it light, for the evening, cloudy, cool, maybe a little bit damp. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast overall, cloudy and chilly. 45 degrees by 10:00 a.m. we struggle to g to 46. high temperatures again late in the day, 42 in allentown. 43 this reading, 46 in wilmington, 44 in trenton. 48 in millville today. if you're heading out on the town, look for mostly cloudy skies, early sprinkle as showers early. coats mid 40s. saturday, cloudy, intermittent showers through the day. the steadiest rain late in the day or at night. that continues into sunday morning with afternoon drying and 62. future tracker 6 shows saturdaya couple of lighter shows may pop through at times it's really at
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night and overnight into sunday morning where we get the steadiest rain we hope it gets off the coast quickly sunday, we have to allow for the morning to be wet. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 46, cloudy cool rain and drizzle. 58 tomorrow, cloudy and rain during the day most of us rain at night and into sunday morning. drying in the afternoon, back up to 56 on monday, breezy with sun poking through at times. 56 and sunny on tuesday, cooler ondegrees there with increasing clouds and thursday 52. there's the chance of rain moving back in on thursday. >> karen is wearing black because she is in mourning she thought summer started wednesday. >> reporter: somebody said something, i said really, it's dreary out there. summer is in a better place now. [laughter]. let's look outside, check i-95, korea, i think this says it all. look at the rain drops all over the camera lens. friday, i-95 at the vine,
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southbound traffic on the left heading toward center city. police activity we spotted on the shoulder it's cleared. you're okay there. mass transit, the trenton line 17 minute delay with one of the trains there, matt. >> thank you, karen. the phillies have their first official spring training game with the blue jays. they took on the patch -- college yesterday they won 6-0. 6 he shalls -- 6 sixers have won 6 straight. flyers have won 4 games.
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my sister is trying to get me to take that. i think there are some good things with the spices. [laughter]. eastbound traffic on yourht, moving towards king of p is a little wet, and it is a little slows out the door right now. >> reporter: that my cue? i wasn't sure, david. storm tracker 6 live double scan, speaking of water there's some falling on our roads in philadelphia. most of south jest and new castle cat an southern chester county. there could be drizzle elsewhere. you can see some out by harrisburg at a higher latitude that could clip the northern suburbs. 40 degrees by 8:00 a.m. we struggle to climb to the low 40s, 42 by lunch time. the high today is probably 46 degrees, i think we may not hit that until later this
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evening, around 6:30 p.m. or 7. at the airport if you're trying to get to warmer climbs, we have rain in philadelphia and chicago abbey rain and thunderstorms in dallas fort worth places where there could be delays later on. >> the excitement continues for a senior at camden high school. last week we show indicate spardaro taking a shot of a lifetime during a basketball game. harlem globe trotters saw the story and knew they had to her. globe trotters visited kate and her teammates yesterday. they gave her her own jersey with the nickname swish. they the entire team for showing compassion for indicate kate. with we continue to follow
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something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to to learn more. news," fire destroys dozens of school buses in the lehigh valley forcing the cancellations of classes. >> it's a soggy start, and accuweather is tracking rain that could impact your weekend
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plans. >> it was an epic moment in eagles history, and philadelphia history. >> one on one with malcom jenkins, he talks about winning the super bowl and what you didn't know about the famous philly special. >> good morning, everyone, friday, february, 23. david and karen, you have to get us through that. >> reporter: you know what we have to see the shot of the parade. we have to show that everyday. >> reporter: we have rain and an issue in the poconos from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. there's a chance as precipitation pushes into the area, surface temperatures could be cool enough there could be freeze rain. keep that in mind in the morning and afternoon. speaking of rain, storm tracker 6 live double scan showing a rather thin line west to east by gettysburg and out by harrisburg
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stuff to the north is popping up, that will shoot into the northern suburbs in the rush hour. for now, a lot of roads are wet, most of the rain, moderate, but steady enough to slow you down a little bit. karen has been saying there's fair amount of accidents even though it's wet roads, people. not slippery out there, or not icy. 37 in trenton. 37 in philadelphia. temperatures dropped off a little bit. 37 in allentown. 38 in wilmington, 39 in millville. as we head through the day, it's cloudy, cool and damp. 39 degrees by 8:00 a.m., a slow climb to 42 at noon we'll try to squeeze up to 46 by dinnertime. intermittent rain and drizzle during the day, not a washout, but not pleasant out there. there's more rain for parts of the weekend, but at least it will be mild. i'll have the numbers in the seven day. starting to get busy on the schuylkill expressway. oddly enough we were busier with traffic accidents around 4:30.
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we had an early accident near the boulevard, eastbound traffic heading toward center city, starting to get slow from montgomery to the vine as you see the speeds on the big picture. 33, 38 miles per hour not too terrible. i-95 southbound near bridge street, 28 miles per hour, don't forget in old city we have portions of chestnut, second and third shut down from the weekend earlier fire location. we have a downed pole and wires because of an earlier accident they had to shut ford road down in brings doll township bucks county. newportville and frost road. stick to 413. looking at center city this is the vine street expressway, it's slowing heading toward the schuylkill expressway him we'll be back and check the suburbs coming up next, tam. >> and those are the sounds of tires exploding as firefighters
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battle a massive fire at a school bus depot in the parkland school district in the lehigh valley it's located behind the orville middle school. you can see how expansive it was. 25 buses were destroyed because of that within the last hour, parkland, the school district has canceled classes firefight day. we're monitoring fire crews and their efforts to get it under control. lots of questions about how and where it started. we'll bring you updates as information comes in. knew upset information is emerging about the deadly day on parkland campus. the only armed security guard stayed outside the school instead of running inside to confront the shooter. kenneth moten has more on the debate over gun control. >> reporter: authorities say the school resource deputy was
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there, but he quote did nothing to stop the mass shooting. this morning new scrutiny in one of the worst mass shooting. the sheri said the armed resource deputy stayed out of the buildings during the massacre. >> he never went in. >>ter: what would he hav done? >> went in and addressed the killer. >> reporter: 30 year veteran deputy scott peterson standing outside for four minutes, the shooting happened in 6 minutes killing 17 people. >> devastated sick to my stomach. there are no words. >> reporter: deputy peterson suspended without pay resign. the development comes as president trump declares the way to stop shooting shootings arming teachers. >> instead of advertising, this school has no gunnels we are gun free. do the opposite. you come into the school you
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will be dead. >> reporter: the president said 700,000 people should be trained and armed and raising the age of buying rifles from 18 to 21. >> he opportunist wasted not one second to exploit tragedy for political gain. if they cared what they would do is, they would protect them. >> reporter: today florida governor rick scot will announce action plan on student security and safety including keeping guns out of the hands of those struggling with mental illness. live in washington, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. a group of service dogs and their volunteers returned to south jersey from parklapped -- parkland florida. they offered comfort to help
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survivors push back their pain in the aftermath of the shooting. >> there was a woman sobbing, we were walking down the sidewalk. she pulled up next to her. the woman looked down and there she was looking up at her and she just started petting her. >> volunteers say some of the people are channeling their pain into political action while others are taking it day by day. >> 6:37 a.m., a bucks county man is accused of impersonating a police officer and police are looking for moore possible victims. eric miller pulled two women over on street road driving a black honda civic. he gave the women pat downs and rummaged through their purses, and he called 911 for backup. that led police to their suspect. new from delaware county police put churches in upper darby on
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alert they are looking for the thief who is stealing change from poor boxes. two congregations reported thefts including saint lawrence catholic church on west chester pike. >> sharrie williams sat down with malcom jenkins to talk about the super bowl victory. he said the grit of the super bowl spirit embodies philadelphia i felt. he talked about the hail mary pass hit the ground. >> it's like a delay, the ball hit the ground, you realize everything you worked for that entire year is done. you're on the victorious side of it. and then it's just, you know, pure emotion after that, excited, you're relieved, happy, elated all in the same breath. >> jenkins says he hopes nick foles stays with the team. as for the philly special he
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said they were supposed to cruise the play in the nfc championship, but they cruised it in the super bowl. drexel university saved the largest come back in division one men's basketball history. they stormed back to beat the blue hens i'm story, 85, 83. >> i'm sorry matt. >> i'm smarting right now. looking out over temple, yet another start -- gray start to your day. >> karen how are the roads looking like this morning. >> reporter: let's check the suburbs, we're live in new jersey, camden county route 70, cornell avenue. it's not looking too bad. particularly welt in cherry hill.
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people -- wet in cherry hill. exton, chester county if you're coming in from pottstown, or feen -- phoenixville southbound traffic heading toward the 30 bypass. west nottingham township chester county. a vehicle hit a pole christine n the scene trying to deal with. the rain in the area, is mostly center city and areas south. it's moving almost due east. it's been moving west to east, if you're looking at the suburbs, in malvern and west chester you're dry. chadds ford getting wet gibbs town and swedesboro, coming down in south jersey and delaware, wet in woodstown and glassboro and medford this morning. lots of clouds, another dreary
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day, 46 degrees for the high. cool and damp and dreary. the thing to know about the weekend. it warms up, but we have more rain on the way. the wettest time period looks to be later on saturday into sunday, saturday, clouds, 58. sunday after rain in the morning we dry out. 62 for the high, it will feel better. david comes back with the seven day and talks about when skies brighten a little bit more matt and tam. >> 6:41 a.m. a driver slams into a connecticut hospital and officials say it was a deliberate act. >> new at 6:30. jay jay abrahams has a -- abrams has a new tease for all you star wars fans.
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flames filling a connecticut hospital emergency room as firefighters arrive on the scene. police say a driver purposely drove the car into the hospital and set himself on fire. the car contained multiple containers of gas. the driver 27-year-old was flown to a burn center for treatment. a security guard was treated for smoke. as the florida school
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tragedy grips the nation, students in the northwest are helping each other smile. opportunities have posted encouraging messages on each and every locker. all 5100 of them. it's part of a new initiative from the counseling department to challenge the student body to conduct random agents of kindness throughout the year. so nice to see them do that. >> it would be nice to see the sun, but not today. >> reporter: maybe not tomorrow, either. i'll tell you next week. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live down scan we have rain popping through the middle of the region. it's a thin line out of gettysburg through lancaster and wilmington. philadelphia getting clipped with with this, as well. the stuff in harrisburg is at a higher latitude you will find this popping in the toward the
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northern suburbs later in the rush hour. we have cloudy skies, wet conditions on the airfield and most of the roads locally. it's starting out chilly a lot of time us in the 30s. 37 in allentown. 37 in trenton. philadelphia has clipped -- slipped to 37. you want a coat and rain gear in spots. future tracker 6 showing some of the stuff we talked about in harrisburg will push in the northern suburbs and areas close to philadelphia and points south and intermittent showers. there's a sprinkle here and there and drizzle. notice up north there's blue from 7:00 to 1:00 p.m. there's the possibility of freezing rain in the poconos, excuse me, an advisory in effect for that. could be extended beyond that. in any event, sorry i have something in my throat.
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we're looking at intermittent drizzle. more clouds in the evening and drizzle around in case you have plans to head out. lehigh valley 42 degrees, lots of clouds rain and drizzle there. down the shore we're looking at slightly milder high, rain and drizzle there, as well. 46 degrees in philadelphia. intermittent rain and drizzle as we go through the afternoon and tapering off later in the evening. if you're heading out on the town, the big thing i would plan for is the cool air him we'll be in the mid 40s from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m., a little bit of shower activity early, after that probably dry. cloudy skies overnight, damp at times, 44 the overnight low. tomorrow, milder air does pop in. we get a high of 58. looks mostly cloudy. in a moment i'll show you future tracker, steadier rain sunday morning, 62. we'll see late day drying.
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future tracker, early after afta couple of showers around. saturday umbrellas and rain gear saturday night. more of the same sunday morning, we hope to dry out sunday morning and maybe get brightening of the skies in the afternoon. seven day, from accuweather, 46. cloudy rain and drizzle. tomorrow, 58 cloudy showers and perhaps some steadier rain late in the day or at night. that spills into sunday morning. sunday it's a rainy start, dry finish, 62 the high. getting into next week, we're back in the 50s. 56 on monday, clouds and sunny breaks, 56 on tuesday with a lot of the sun and 54 with gathering clouds wednesday and 52 thursday with rain possible there. >> look who just dropped by. >> reporter: i'm standing around not to do anything, any chance to sit next to you. [laughter] schuylkill expressway
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eastbound we have an accident flashing lights on the scene. a new accident that popped up. penndot zooming in, three vehicles involved and school bus, it's hard to see, there's a vehicle facing sideways in front of the school bus. we have not seen any activity that's showing it's concerning we're not seeing ems workers here to help out. it's an accident involving a school bus. jj abrams is directing and co-writing star wars episode 9. the script is ready and they plan to shoot by the end of july. he was a producer on the last jed die. star wars produced by disney the parent company of 6abc. general hospital is
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celebrating it's 14,000th episode today. kelly monaco is hosting a live show for charity. she grew up in frankford section of the city. she said the dedication that fans have for the show is not unlike the sports teams. >> our father's fathers started taking them to the game and it gets passed on. >> 650 time for a preview of on "g.m.a." >> robin roberts joins us live from the "g.m.a." studios. >> reporter: more troubling details about what happened that day during the school massacre. >> shocking headlines about the shooting an armed sheriff's deputy on campus and who reportedly did nothing. president trump suggests that
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teachers carry guns in the classroom. new developments in the fight against the flu. we have exclusive access inside the national institutes of health. researchers are making progress on new vaccines how to keep your family safe. the single tweet that may have caused snap chat to plunge. kiley jenner sharing her story. we have a feel good friday story for you, i don't want to give away any details just watch i promise you'll feel good. >> after a week like this one, that's all people need is a tease to make you feel good. >> two new jersey troopers are honored for their axes to -- actions to stop a potential terror attack. parents have an important
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>> new this morning arc teen from the poconos has died from complications from the flu. robert's parents said he felt sick late last week. he was sent to children's hospital in delaware on saturday. by monday, the illness had taken over his body. his parents saying boyds having minor health issues, their son was a healthy teenager. >> people if you can learn from this, save your children so you don't have to go through what me and my husband are going through. >> reporter: the teen's father said he got the flu shot two weeks ago, but they believe it was not enough. >> new jersey state police honored two of its own for saving the lives in the attempted terror attack in ocean
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county. james biss and christian stieo was recognizedded as two troopers. year. they say their work was a team effort. the man convicted of planting the bombs has been sentenced to life behind bars for that attack and another in new york city the same day. >> 655, there's a lot more ahead on "action news" as we work to update you on our top stories, david and karen. >> right now we have rain coursing through the region. storm tracker 6 live shows it to you, and we'll take a closer look in a moment, the rain in the center of the region making the roads wet. karen. >> reporter: we're looking at the accidents on the schuylkill expressway eastbound the ramp to 30th street. it's involving a school bus we're seeing other vehicles come to the scene to try to assist with this we'll talk about the delay coming up.
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breaking the parkland school district in the lehigh valley has canceled classes today. a fire destroyed 25 buses behind the or land middle school. we have drone video into "action news" to give you a bird's eye picture of the extent of the damage there at the bus depot. pretty severe. a fight forced officials to end a basketball early in milford, delaware last night as we continue to look at the drone video. we'll talk about it. here we go, it's unclear why things turned violent between smyrna and cape henlopen high
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schools. philadelphia residents voiced their concerns about missing or late mail to the newly appointed post master. >> reporter: we have emergency workers that came to the scene, two fire trucks and ambulance involving a school bus and other vehicles. no word if there are kids on the bus, but there's a vehicle in front of it facing sideways on the eastbound ramp to 30th street. >> reporter: we have wet roads rain popping in the center of the region and another blip by harrisburg that might bother the northern suburbs. it will be cool, cloudy and damp and intermittent rain mid 40s. >> looks like the commute could be longer to go the where you're going, we'll be back in 30 with the latest to make it as smooth a morning as possible. for david, matt, karen, i'm tam. have a great weekend.
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