tv Action News Weekend ABC December 13, 2014 7:00am-8:01am EST
good morning, 7:00 a.m., on saturday, december, 13, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," saying goodbye to the first female firefighter. flooding and mudslides the west coast is reeling from a monster storm that slammed ashore. chris sowers is outside with a look at your accuweather forecast. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, eva, it's chilly out here, temperatures not that bad, but factor in the winds it feels like the 20s. allentown, 32, trenton, 33, wilmington, 34. here's a look at the windchills. feels like 24 in wilmington. 24 in millville. 26 in trenton. 28 degrees in reading. you can thank that pesky nor'easter that slammed through on tuesday, it's still spinning off the coast of maine, the upper right hand part of the
screen. that was tuesday's nor'easter still sitting off the eastern seaboard. it will make it chilly out here today. even though we'll see a decent amount of sunshine. accuweather says the day planner looks all right, sun and clouds shares the skies here. 35 degrees by 9 can mean. 40 by -- 9:00 a.m., 40 by lunchtime, 42 degrees by 3:00 p.m.9:00 a.m., 40 by 6:00 p.m., 38 degrees. it will feel like the 30s all day long, feeling very december-like out here. coming up, the sun returns and it feels milder in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we have a couple of days that will close in on 50. we'll have the eagles forecast and looks like a nice, quiet week ahead i'll have that in just a little bit. >> a firefighter was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after battling the blaze in
strawberry mansion. it started on the 2700 block of west lehigh avenue around 5:15 a.m. it took an hour to douse the flames. the fire spread quickly to an adjoining home. residents were evacuated as a precaution. 6 people were displaced by the fire. west lehigh avenue is closed between 26th and 28th streets while firefighters continue to douse any shot spots. happening today another viewing and then the funeral for fallen philadelphia firefighter joyce craig. police escorted craig's family in west oak lane yesterday where the fellow firefighters saluted her family. she leaves behind a 16-year-old son and 16-month-old daughter. >> she managed to balance job and motherhood very well. she balanced it very well. i'm very proud of her. i'm going to miss her. >> she was really concerned
about all people, no matter how cold or, you know, what color or anything like that. she was just a heart-loving person for all people. >> last night hundreds of friends, family and colleague lined up around the block of the funeral home to pay their respects. craig is the first female philadelphia firefighter to die in the line of duty. a massive storm is leaving a huge path a of destruction behind in california. the long coastline in california it even spawned a tornado in southern california. >> reporter: a monster storm took aim to southern california. a wall of mud engulfing homes. phil had just walked out on the front porch. >> mud was flowing around both
sides of the house going into the street. i knew i was in trouble at that point. somehow the good lord put me on that front porch. >> reporter: southern california saw more rain in one day than all of last year. >> reporter: this home video of what meteorologist believe is a tornado. across the west, the monster storm leaving destruction in its path, two people killed in in in oregon hit by falling trees. hundreds of accidents, 200 collisions in 0 los angeles alone. in wine country vined yards looking like rivers.
the roof of this safe way gross restore collapsing under the weight of water. only one minor injury reported. as for the weather is moving out this weekend, which is good news, but there's more rain predicted next week. >> good morning weekend will have more on the weather and how it's been the wettest december in 20 years. good morning is next after this broadcast at 8 can a.m. you can see the flames that consumed the back of the home in mill creek. firefighters were called to the home at 2:00 a.m. it took 45 minutes to bring the blaze under control. the red cross is helping the 12 people who lived in that home. new this morning, the search is on for a gunman who shot a young man during an early-morning attempted robbery in philadelphia.
the action cam was in the somerdale section of the city. the suspect walked up to the 21-year-old man around 1:30 and demanded money. during the confrontation, the suspect shot the man in the leg, the victim is in stable condition, the gunman ran off. also new this morning, two people were hurt when a mercedes smashed into the car in camden. police say the people inside took off. the action cam was on the scene haddon avenue, the crash happened around midnight. two people in the car that the mercedes hit were taken to the hospital, one is in serious condition, the other was treated and released. officers say several people were in the mercedes, they all left the scene. in center city, the fire marshalls office is looking into what sparked a blaze in a three story row style apartment. it happened on the 400 block of south 9th street. it took 15 minutes to bring the fire under control. nobody was hurt in that fire.
a contractor accused one of the biggest home building frauds in pennsylvania history is behind bars. in a bucks county courtroom, john cucci was convicted of stealing $2.5 million from area families. sherry williams said he stole $600,000 from her, money that was supposed to to go toward construction of a second home at the shore. >> i had to higher another builder and it cost 400,000 to build a house. in total i paid a million dollars for a 400,000-dollar home. >> he was convicted of 27 felony charges. he faces up to 135 years behind bars, sentencing is scheduled for next week. hang today, the u.s. senate plans to hold a rare saturday session after a $1.1 trillion spending package was delayed. the house has passed the bill.
to give the senate time, the president signed a 40 hour law to extend the time to prevent a shut down. the president obama will travel to for the dix -- fort dix mcguire lakehurst to thank the troops for their service. atlantic city's former revel hotel, the judge granted a request by revel entertainment to canceled the $110 million sale to brook field asset management. the judge has scheduled an early january hearing to consider revel's request to award the sale to auction's runner-up a florida developer for
$95 million. richard stockton college completed its purchase of the former showboat in atlantic city. it will use the showboat as a second campus and offer a hotel with 479 rooms. they paid 18 millions dollars for the former casino. a crews ship catches fire out of a caribbean port. forcing passengers to return wearing only a bathing suit. eva, coming up in weather another blustery chilly morning, windchills in the 20s, milder changes are ahead. some of us could reach 50 degrees by tuesday, i'll have the details when we come right back.
the oceania insignia that was docked in saint lucia. 556 passenger were rescued safely and flown to miami. we're looking at the first day of winter in 8 days, but looks like the middle of february in wisconsin. the ice scram on the wolf river was causing serious flooding to properties from the area. water is now floating away from the populate the areas and the road. goodness, gracious. it makes me sad to see all that snow. >> reporter: you just hate snow. it's funny you said we're 8 days away from the start of winter. maybe it's just me, feels like we've been in winter for a month now.
it's been chilly. let's go live on sky 6 anticipate show you the view in penns landing. it's a brisk morning around the delaware valley. we're dealing with the west/northwesterly breeze, temperatures are in the 20s and 30s, you need to bundle up if you're heading outside in the next a couple of hours. here's the good news, all the moisture we've seen in the last several days is pulling away. 36 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 23. him breeze out of the north at 12. pressure reading, 30.04. lancaster, 31, millville, 30. ful winds you'll feel that all day, tuesday's nor'easter is close enough to give us a nice west/northwesterly breeze. so temperatures will climb into the 40s, but with the winds it will feel like the 30s. satellite an radar there's the storm, that was tuesday's nor'easter hadn't moved. 350 miles. there's a blocking area of high
pressure above the screen there. that's why the storm has been slow to go. once it leaves, the winds will shift in a west to east fashion. temperature-wise it will tap into this stuff out here. it doesn't look too terribly impressive, 40s and 15, you have to think of seasonable averages, you take that same air malice and push it east -- air mass, and push it east, when we get into monday weep be talking about 4 degrees, and tuesday, pushing 50. sun and clouds, breezy, and feeling december-like out there. is no storm systems on it is horizon, stays quiet overnight tonight. windchill wise right now here weeing windchills in the 20s and climb up into the 30s later on, you can see here they are not going too far.
34 degrees is what it will feel like 6:30. 33 in reading, 34 in allentown and 34 for trenton. forecast for today, lehigh valley a little bit chilly. 39 degrees, sun and clouds, it will be brisk with the winds, feel like the upper 20s, 30s in the lehigh valley. slightly milder for the jersey shore. still chilly. breezy, patchy clouds, 43 degrees is the temperature on the sands. philadelphia, 42 degrees, combination of sun and clouds, breezy and 0s with the wind -- 30s with the winds. we should reach 42 around 3:00 p.m. by 6:00 p.m., 38 degrees, numbers begin to pull back a little bit. it will be cold overnight tonight, 28 degrees outlying suburbs, 33 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 42 today, here comes the moderating trend. 46 tomorrow. 47 for monday, and then we're up to 50 degrees by tuesday. the trade off, there could showers out there, as another
storm system approaches. latest information shows wednesday close to 50s, as well. thursday, 47 and friday, 40 degrees. >> don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com anytime any more. anywhere. orderly generations using social media -- older generations using social media is staggering over the past few years. the over 50 age group is staggering. >> reporter: lower gwynedd,
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>> here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. the 17th annual running of the santa's mega festival rocks philadelphia as ten thousand costume participants takes to the streets it begins at 9:00 at mcfaddens on third street which is dubbed the south pole. it ends at the electric factor known as the north pole at least for today. the christmas tree annual will line the streets in clayton new jersey it end on north delsea drive with a tree-lighting ceremony, santa claus will be on hand for the
festivities. see amazing exotic cars during the annual toy run, happening today from 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 at cafelamberti, 70 east cherry hill. that's a look at what's happening in and around the area this weekend. sports is next. grandma is so happy to be here for your very first christmas. i hear you're quite the expert at waking people up in the morning. let me show you how grandma does it. ♪ you're daddy made this when he was a little boy.
skippy!! yippee!! fun fun fun! shiny! you never listen! what? is someone talking? skippy!! yippee!! look a ride! (vo) made with the funnest peanuts ever! skippy. yippee!! >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 saturday morning, day planning looking a lot better. 40 degrees by lunchtime.ot 3:00 p.m., 42. you factor in the winds it will
feel like the 30s. it will feel cooler than what the numbers are showing. i'm getting flooded with e-mails about what's going to happen will we get a white christmas? i'll show you what's happening, we have the blocking going on over the top. by tuesday, this is a great lakes cutter it will run west of appalachians, it will sit right there. this will come in from canada and slide in next week. the question is where does the low come? if the low comes up the coast, this high has to be here, if the high is not there it's rain. if it is sitting there's the chance of snow. the positioning of this high is going to determine what this area of low pressure does. le some of the model take it out to sea and in the carolinas we see a rainstorm.
other models bring it up the coast. if it's there, maybe you get your white christmas. >> sixers face memphis at the wells fargo center. the eagles are gearing up for their big showdown we cowboys at the linc. here's ducis rogers with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers long season seems to get longer with each lost last night they fell apart in brooklyn and lost to the nets. davis was traded away earlier in the week. covington, all six shots attempted from downtown, 20 from him. third quarter, michael carter williams, he scores 14. but the nets out-score the sixers, 25-10 in the 4th. they commit 23 turnover also in the quest.
quest -- contest. football, eagles injury list is clean, first place is on the line. the loser could miss out on the playoffs. mark sanchez expects the cowboys to come into the link fired up. >> you can't expect the same exact dallas team energy wise, and enthusiasm wise, i think they know that last performance was not indicative of the kind of talent they have. >> ultimately we have to play better than we did in that game. i'm excited to see our guys step up to the challenge. nova will host sam houston state today in the national championship tournament. calley will face his former rival who used to coach at delaware. >> it is unusual, but you know, we've known each other a long time and back to his days in delaware and rowan, he is a good
man and good coach, i know he'll come in fired up ready to go. >> arch bishop wood and central valley, third quarter, wood up 5. a 50-yard touchdown. 230 yards an 4tds for him. it's the viking's third state title in four years. st. joes prep will take on pine richland, st. joe's is the reigning champion. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. >> the bucks county high school football team is celebrating a championship win. the action cam was at arch bishop wood overnight. congratulations to the team! >> we have much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning stay with us, we'll be right back.
inside. conditions improve and we'll see more sun today, thinks will get better all weekend. everybody will love you today. >> reporter: i'll tell you what, we're seeing more sun that we had all week. it's a nice looking morning around the delaware valley. temperature-wise it's chilly, we're dealing with numbers in the 30s and, of course, you factor in the winds which we've been dealing with since tuesday, it's blustery. trenton, 33, allentown, 32, feels like 24 in millville. 24 in lancaster and 28 in philadelphia. the counter clockwise swirl up in the right-hand side of the screen. that's the nor'easter that's sitting there and gradually pulling away. today we'll see combination of sun and clouds, west/northwesterly breeze, but it will be milder than yesterday, milder than the day
before, so we're slowly pulling out of it. it will be chilly in the mountains, windchills in the 20s. good skiing weather. 10:00 a.m., 30 degrees, 2:00 p.m., 34. in the immediate delaware valley temperatures top out in the 40s, expect sunshine and it's better than how we started out last weekend with all the rain. the question is will it stay this way, sunny and quiet and fairly nice as we round out the weekend, i'll have the answer when i step back inside in just a little bit. >> five people are homeless after a fire in their delaware county home. it happened on north 9th street in darby borough this morning. flames broke out at 4:50 a.m. the fire went to two-alarms. it took firefighters 45 minutes to get the blaze under control. the fire leveled one home an
badly damaged another. there are no reports of injuries. the red cross is finding temporary shelter for those displaced residents. it will be a final farewell today for a fallen hero. funeral services will begin later this morning for joys craig. she also the first female firefighter to die in the line of duty in philadelphia history. she died while battling a blaze in philadelphia's west oak lane section on tuesday. family, friends and colleagues are gathering from all over to say goodbye to craig, a second viewing is set to begin in less than a half-hour. funeral services following at 10:00 a.m. annie mccormick was there for last night's viewing and filed this report. >> reporter: a police escort brought fallen firefighter joyce craig family members to the bachelor brothers funeral home in west oak lane. craig leaves behind a 16-year-old son and 16-month-old daughter.
>> she managed to balance job and motherhood very well. she balanced it very well. i'm very proud of her, i'm going to miss her. >> reporter: hundreds of friends, family and colleagues wrapped around the block waiting to pay their respects. they spoke about two joyce craigs, the devoted mother and fearless firefighter. >> working lady loved her job, i used to admire and i respected her, a female firefighter? >> she was concerned about all people, no matter how old or, you know what color or anything like that. she was just a heart-loving person of all people. >> reporter: the decorated veteran of 11 years worked her way up the ranks to her 4th and final station engine 64 in lawncrest. the night of the fateful fire where she lost her life she was working voluntary overtime.
the first of viewing begins and continues tomorrow morning for the first of female firefighter to die in the line of duty. >> i had the pleasure of meeting her at the fire conference. it was a sense of obligation to show my support. >> reporter: the funeral procession will start at 71st and broad and go all the way to ivy hill cemetary. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> there will be several bus detours on an around broad street between 69th and cheltenham avenue. the routes that are affected are 6, 16, 18, 22, h and xh. you can get full details on septa's website. a man is behind bars this morning charged with robbing and assaulting a grad student while walking in the university city section of the city. police say officers caught the 55-year-old suspect attacking a
38-year-old woman after she stepped off a bus on thursday night at 41st and pine. police are trying to determine if the suspect is the same man who groped two drexel students that day and robbed and assaulted another student on monday. his bail has been set at $150,000. new this morning, a handy capped woman was killed when she lost control of her car on roosevelt boulevard. the car smashed into a tree and burst into flames near north 5th street and hunting park at 2:30. several people stopped to try to to help rescue the woman. no word on what caused her to lose control of the vehicle. new this morning, a man trying to outrun police crashes his car in northeast philadelphia. the action cam was was at the scene residential and haldeman avenue. the man in his 30s was trapped in the car.
medics freed him and took him to the hospital where's in critical condition. police have not said why they were pursuing the man. several children were hurt in a crash on the schuylkill expressway that left two cars overturned. it happened last night in the eastbound lanes of blue route near west conshohocken. five cars were involved in the accident. 3 kids were rushed to children's hospital philadelphia with non-life threatening injuries. a close employee of m.knight shyamalan is accused of stealing from the director. selma codey was to handle his home in delaware county. she made $15,000 of personal purchases on the company credit card while on the job. she faces up to 7 years in prison. a federal judge will not delay a lawsuit brought by actor tracey morgan. he was severely injured when a
walmart truck slammed into his vehicle on the turnpike. the driver wanted to delay the case until his criminal case is resolved. morgan's attorney argued that walmart was using that as an excuse in order to not disclose safety practices. a news crew caught an officer beating a man with a night stick. he was thereon to the ground and swinging his baton. others ran over and said a news crew was recording him. the officer joins 15 buffalo police officers suspended charged or convicted 2012. happening today, thousands of people are expected to march on washington to protest police brutality. admonish strairts were calling
for congressional hearings into the death of michael brown and eric garner at the hands of police. it was that topic that sparked this protest in center city yesterday. chopper 6 was overhead as demonstrators walked around city hall and down jfk boulevard. traffic in center city was gridlocked for about an hour. several dozen took part. dozens of protesters march on city hall in saint louis missouri. they raised their objections to police dressed in white blacking the entrance of the buildings. they call for a special prosecutor to investigate the shooting death of michael brown. still ahead on saturday morning, the flyers take precaution as the outbreak of the mumps sweeps the national hockey league. rare tornados rips through parts of los angeles as a massive storm wreaks havoc on
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hours. well, of course, continue to update the story for you throughout the morning. 7:42. a monster storm swept across the west coast is blamed for causing a large section of the roof of a supermarket to collapse. employees and customers got out safely. the store will remain closed until repairs are made to the roof. >> reporter: that same system is blamed for spawning a small tornado in los angeles, the man was recording the winds when the twister appeared. the national weather service confirmed an ef-0 touched down. tornados are extremely uncommon in the l.a. area. i.it's like what was the -- >> reporter: it's like what was that movie? the day after tomorrow?
it never happens, that's rare foot footage right there. let's go live on sky 6. we've been dealing with a system on the east coast, as well. the two coast are getting hammered, the center part of the county is nice and quiet. that will shift in our direction, so things will quiet down. there's the view in cape may, temperatures in the 30s, windchills in the 20s. 36 for philadelphia. dewpoint, 23. winds out of the northwest at 12. pressure reading, 30 had not 04 inches. the temperatures where they should. 32 in allentown. philadelphia, 36. you factor in the winds it feels like the low to mid 20s. winds sustained out of the northwest at 12 miles per hour. 16 in wilmington, ten in dover. 14 in the poconos. 8 miles per hour in trenton. although it's not going to be as windy as what we've experienced over the past several days it
will be breezy enough to make it feel chilly at times. the wind will gust anywhere from 10 to 24, 25 miles per hour throughout the day. satellite and radar, there's tuesday's coastal storm beginning to pull away. you can see how the clouds continue to wrap in on the the backside, the huge counter clockwise swirl that was tuesday's nor'easter, as it sits and spins it draws the clouds in here on the western side. it will move this out, by the time we get into sunday. that will allow this to pull in, high pressure means quierlt -- quieter weather. combination of sun and clouds, today, dealing with west northwesterly breeze. tomorrow the high sits over top of us, the winds relax sun and clouds, milder. monday, milder still, as the winds blowing in a clockwise fashion around the high, counter clockwise around the low, the
overall windy flow will be out of the southwest. upper 40s by monday. some locations by tuesday will top out around 50 degrees. today, sun and clouds, 42 degrees is the forecasted high with the winds it will feel like the 30s. overnight tonight, cloudy and breezy, 28 degrees outlet lying suburbs, 33 in -- outlying suburbs. 33 in center city. sunday, cowboys taking on the eagles, chilly and calm, 39 degrees by kickoff, 4th quarter, temperatures in the mid 30s, not much of a breeze, so you won't be dealing with the windchill out there, temperatures will be seasonable. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 42 degrees today, 46 tomorrow, monday we're up to 47. monday our normal high is 44. we're finally climbing above average here. tuesday, 50 degrees, spotty showers, wednesday, sunny and breezy, high of 46. some areas will be close to 50 degrees again. we get into thursday, 42.
friday, sunny and quiet, cooler, high of 40. so, a nice, quiet calm week ahead. >> thanks, chris. holiday fyi philly is coming your way tonight, here's melissa, karen and alicia with a preview. >> reporter: hey, everyone here's what's coming up tonight on fyi philly. >> it's our annual holiday special and we have gift yltdz. >> reporter: we have tips on easy and festive ways to deck your halls. >> and we talk to raimple ray. >> reporter: we'll show you lots of ways to get into the spirit of the season in the city and the suburbs. >> hi, santa. that's tonight on fyi philly!
and police officers prepare for the procession for joyce craig, the fallen firefighter. this is set to begin at 9:00 a.m. this morning, the second viewing or 10:00 a.m., excuse me, the second viewing is expected to begin in ten minutes at 8:00 a.m. you can see the line of people set up for this viewing. it stretches all the way down the street and around the block, we'll update the story throughout the morning and bring you the latest pictures there from the scene. in "healthcheck" this morning, a new study shows super-storm sandy took a toll on people's health. researchers say there were spikes in heart attacks and strokes in the new jersey counties hit hardest by the october 2012 storm. the heart attacks increased 22%. the study said road blocks may have caused delays in treatment and the direction of people's lives may have presented them
from taking medications. the national hockey league is battling an outbreak of the mumps. health reporter, and registered nurse ali gorman has the details. >> reporter: the flyers may have more to worry about than just winning games. the nhl is facing a mumps outbreak, three players on anaheim duck also caught the flyers five on minnesota wild and one on the ranger and two on the new jersey devils that's when it hit home for some of the flyers. >> not until yesterday when they played new jersey they had two guys that had the mumps. >> it's not something you want to get, but we get vaccinated, so we should be fine. >> reporter: vaccine is given in two doses during childhood, but a booster shot was offered last night and many players and staff chose to get it. the cdc said two doses of the
vaccine is 8le% effective -- 88% effective. the virus is spread through saliva or muse can you say. it could put many at risk. we share. >> reporter: symptoms of the mumps include fever muscle aches and tiredness and swelling of the salavary glands. most recovery in a few weeks, there is hearing loss and swelling to the brain are some complications. the cdc reports from january to november of this year more than 1,000 people caught the mumps. in 2013 that number was 438. the coach said it's a concern, but the flyers medical staff is on top of it. >> they are doing what they
can, it doesn't mean it won't happen. they are doing what they can. >> reporter: ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> chris sowers will have a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, stay with us, we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ hershey's spreads. bring the delicious taste of hershey's chocolate to anything - everything. with hershey's spreads, the possibilities are delicious.
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lined up to the funeral home to get in to pay their respects to this fallen firefighter. we'll continue to monitor the story, again the viewing begins at 8:00 a.m. in five minutes. the funeral is it -- is set to begin at 10:00 a.m. let's get a last check of the weather with meteorologist chris sowers. moving. sun and clouds, it will feel like the 30s, actual air temperature 42. tomorrow, 46. it's milder still in the seven day forecast. 47 monday, mostly sunny, maybe a couple of showers around tuesday afternoon, 50 degrees, wednesday, sunny and breezy, 46. the latest information has wednesday up to 50, as well. thursday, sun and clouds, sunny 42 and friday, 40. >> 7:56 we're just a few
minutes away from saying good morning to "good morningw america." >> reporter: good morning, eva, we're leading this morning with massive storm damage on the the west coast. the intense rain causing major flooding and mudslides and rare tornado touching down in southern los angeles logs, the extreme weather team is on the ground with the latest and the cleanup efforts that happen today. this morning we're learning more about the hack at sony pictures and what the latest hack reveals about the croaferg controversies of jennifer lawrence's contract. and george clooney himself up coming project. we have a jaw-dropping surfer. coming up on "g.m.a." >> philadelphia's first female
firefighter killed in the line of duty will be laid to rest today. we'll have a live report from the services. delaware county is investigating an overnight shooting that left one man hospitalized. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim, have a great saturday! diswrienchts
good morning, america. breaking overnight, california catastrophe. a rare tornado. raging river rescues. trees brought down by record wind and rain. rock slides hitting homes. the extreme weather up and down the west coast and now the huge cleanup. hack attack. new e-mails exposed as more superstars are dragged into the sony hacking scandal. why jennifer lawrence was apparently upset about her salary and what got george clooney fired up. caught on camera, a hit and run at the car wash. the hunt for the driver who crashed into two workers. will this horrifying surveillance video lead to an arrest?