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delaware valley's leading news program with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky and walter perez. >> two explosions, one common link. last night's blast in new york city and one yesterday morning at the jersey shore used the same type of cell phone. tonight, police are looking for a man spotted on surveillance at the scene of the explosion and where a second device was discovered in manhattan. new developments in the search for the bomber who left more than two dozen people injured in new york city.
>> officials want to speak with the man spotted at the scene of the blast as they work to determine whether the explosions in new york and new jersey are connected. christie ileto is live in the satellite center with details. >> the device that never detonated last night was discovered blocks away from the initial blast and left authorities with a plethora of information. a cell phone and wiring attached to a pressure cooker was sent for analysis. this device, discovered blocks away from the initial blast is key to tracking down the master mind in saturday's explosion. it was likely set to detonate like this in chelsea that sent pedestrians scrambling for fear. >> oh, my god. >> wasn't a political or personal motivation. we don't know. >> reporter: there's no clear motive. surveillance places a man at
both scenes. authorities want to talk to him. no group claimed responsibility for the blast. >> at this time, there's no evidence of an international terrorism connection with this incident, but, but, it is very, very early in the investigation. >> reporter: hours earlier in seaside park, new jersey -- >> we need to shut down this run. >> reporter: they got the bomb from the trash can. the race was meant to honor marines. >> need to find out how sophisticated it was. >> reporter: law enforcement tell abc news similar types of cell phones were used in the explosion. they are exploring the possibility that the two may be linked to the same person or persons. the intact pressure cooker is key to finding where they were
purchased. was the cell phone used before it was discovered? 29 people were injured in this blast. they were all released from the hospital earlier today. obviously, this could have been far worst. police say they are searching for a motive. no arrests made. christie ileto channel 6 "action news." >> more to come on this and more. thank you. officials identified a man who went on a stabbing spree that ended with nine people injured. the attack is called a potential act of terrorism. the 22-year-old was dressed as a security guard when he stabbed nine people at the cross roads center mall. an off duty police officer shot and killed him. isis claimed responsibility for the attack, but it's not clear whether he was ablthing in their name. all nine victims are expected to make a full recovery. >> one of two officers shot on friday night would you describe released from the hospital today.
the university of pennsylvania police officer and a philadelphia police officer sergeant were injured in a shooting rampage that ended with five people shot and two killed, including the suspect. newly released surveillance video shows the chaotic scene during the shooting. jeanette reyes is live at the presbyterian hospital with details. jeanette? >> reporter: we are told the officer that was released is in good spirits and home. the other surviving victim is hospitalized. they are expected to make a full recovery. tonight, "action news" obtained several surveillance videos that give us a glimpse into the terror and horror. >> i'm at the mcdonald's at 51st street. help me, please! >> reporter: 18 shots aimed at police veteran sergeant silvia young. she was ambushed at 52nd street. she was the first of six
victims. >> a guy. he's got dreads, about 20 years old. >> you are hear the officer describe 20-year-old nicholas glenn. the next vicks at maximum security lounge. the barmaid was used as a shield, then shot in her right ankle. >> shot in the leg. >> reporter: glenn continues eastbound. "action news" obtained surveillance video showing him running. a half dozen officers followed closely behind. another residential camera captures the suspect casually walking by with a gun. >> somebody shot in the car. >> reporter: he fired nearly a dozen times into a white nissan maxima with a man and woman
inside. the woman died at the hospital. glenn would later with cornered at an alley at 48th and walnut. you can see the university of pennsylvania officer approach and shot in the leg. he falls to the ground, gets up and limps away. seconds later, dozens of officers emerge. a brief exchange of gunfire and glenn is shot and killed. police have yet to identify a motive. they never find out why glenn did this. they found a letter entitled "doomed people." reporting live in university city, jeanette reyes act news. back to you. >> on the heels of that shooting, two other police officers were targeted last night when a teenager opened fire on south street. one more addition to a violent night in the city.
bob brooks has more. >> reporter: after midnight, a 19-year-old made the worst decision of his life. he opened fire at a philadelphia police officer. police say he shot out the back window of this suv, the side of a home and luckily not the officer. paul owns that suv. >> back windshield is gone. there's not a side mirror. a couple bullet holes. too many guns in the street. >> reporter: neighbors heard the shots ring out. >> like an m-80 going off. sounded like it was in your house. >> reporter: the teen was running away after the officer tried to stop him for smoking pot on ninth and south. >> police did not discharge their weapons during this confrontation. >> reporter: the 19-year-old sus speck was caught and trapped on the dead end. in the parking lot of the pub, a
quadruple shooting. a 22-year-old man was shot an alarming ten times, listed in critical condition. next on north broad, two men shot sitting in their car, the driver whose head, the passenger in the shoulder. it was an attempted robbery. >> where i am, 15th and market where another shooting happened, 3:00 a.m. a 22-year-old found lying in the street. he was shot in the arm. he's refusing to cooperate with the investigation. center city, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." philadelphia police are investigating a possible hate crime. a wooden cross and gas tank found leaning against first baptist church on 1th street. the cross was not set on fire. police are trying to figure out why it was left there. s tomorrow, 12 jurors will
decide whether bridgegate was a conspiracy. they face fraud charges. they were accused of orchestrating lane closures in 2013. to punish the mayor or not endorsing chris christie. the govern has not been charged. moving on to the accuweather forecast. a warm weekend and remained dry. the start of the workweek could bring a good dose of much needed rain across delaware valley. we have our first check of the accuweather forecast. >> we are seeing some of those changes right now. air temperatures are in the upper 70s. dew point numbers are in the 70s as well. an active problem, that lets you know when the do you want temperatures and air temperature, a lot of moisture, the air is saturated because of a cold front we are tracking that is slowly worki ining east.
you can see it on the hshg d. pockets of moisture from the great lakes to ohio valley. rain breaking out ahead of the cold front. this works from a west-east direction tomorrow morning. future tracker 6 showing you, as you time it out, 6:30, we have pockets of heavy and periods of rain along the i-95 corridor and it continues on and off throughout the day tomorrow. make sure you pack the umbrella with you before you head outside. high humidity monday and tuesday and a warm start to fall that begins later this week. we'll talk about the details and how much rain we are expecting tomorrow. >> thank you. experts say human interaction caused the death of a humpback whale that washed up on the beach in sea isle city. at some point the whale was entangled in commercial fishing line. because of that, the whale was
not eating and died. the whale had been hit by a ship, which probably happened after it died. the whale washed on shore friday and was buried there yesterday. much more to come on "action news." a fire ball lights up the sky in arizona. it was a plane on fire with passengers inside. unbelievable way they made it out uninjured. a birthday. the battleship new jersey for this celebration. the eagles prepare to face the bears for monday night football. jeff skversky has sports whep we come back. third president?
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everybody on board jumped out of the plane. amazingly the two people inside the home escaped uninjured. opening statements set to begin in a trial of who should pay the victims of a deadly 2013 building collapse in center city. the lawsuit was filed on behalf of those killed and 13 hurt. the plaintiffs are suing the new york real estate specklator, salvation army, architect and demolition contractor and the man who used his es ka excavato. hillary clinton is going to discuss the importance of the upcoming election in pennsylvania and urge them to register. polling well in pennsylvania throughout the summer, clinton is stepping up her campaigning and advertising here in the
keystone state. we learned donald trump will meet with the president of egypt tomorrow in new york. no reason for the meeting. the clinton campaign announced she will also meet with the egyptian president and the president of ukraine. still ahead, a look at the weather on "action news." >> meteorologist melissa magee has the accuweather forecast when "action news" comes back. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer,
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the bomb ens dent in manhattan. we will follow this on air and online on 6abc.com. we'll have an update in the morning. time for the accuweather forecast. the rain is moving our way. >> we have very dry conditions across the region. overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. we'll show you what's going on with the radar. it's dry right now in philadelphia. spotty precipitation to the north and west. the line of activity north and west of the poconos. it will move through overnight and by daybreak. in philadelphia, 77 degrees after a high today of 87. we have a southerly wind bringing in moisture. 75 in allenton. 75 at the coast in cape may. satellite 6 along with action radar. a ridge of high pressure over the region for the majority of the weekend. the ridge of high pressure is
starting to lose its grip, allowing for the cold front to move east ward and come in our direction and for the start of the workweek tomorrow. here is future tracker 6. 6:00 in the morning, wet weather for allentown, redding, approaching the 95 corridor. make sure you have the wet weather gear tomorrow. it continues 11:00 a.m. monday. periods of heavy rain. it won't let up until very late in the evening. 4:30, showers lingering across areas in south jersey and delaware as well. as far as what to expect tomorrow, drenching rain on the way. thunderstorms likely as well as much needed rain. so far in philadelphia, we have seen less than a half inch of precipitation. typically, for the month of september, we have seen two inches. that's yet to occur. we are calling for a half inch to inch of rain here in
philadelphia. it's a big concern. to the tropics we go. tropical storm karl, winds 40 miles per hour moving to the west at about 15. it will move to the west-northwest and strengthen into a category 1 hurricane to the south of bermuda late thursday and friday. we'll keep you posted. back here at home, the seven day forecast, a humid one tomorrow. a high temperature of 79. periods of rain on and off throughout the day. sunny tuesday. a high temperature of 84 degrees. wednesday, lower humidity, a high temperature of 87. fall arrives on thursday, 10:21 in the morning. a temperature of 86 degrees. warm and bright friday at 87. saturday, partly sunny, a temperature of 84. not as warm sunday with the eagles playing. the high temperature at 79 degrees. much needed rain for the start
of the workweek and commute tomorrow. >> start out early. >> yeah. >> thanks. philadelphia's party with a purpose organization hosted a fund-raiser. nydia han joined the effort to raise funds for pancreatic research. all proceeds will go toward pancreatic cancer research program. (heart beat) ♪ (water splashing) (rain drops) (engine revving) (tires on wet road) ♪
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chance in chicago. the birds arrive in chicago, 1-0. the birds expect there to be a match up. they expect wentz to be ready for the stage. >> we'll see. we have a game to play. we'll be ready. >> reporter: your guy, carson wentz, how mature does he seem to be? >> very mature. he put in his work like everybody else. stuff happens on game day. i'm excited to watch him tomorrow. i'm excited to go out there and play myself. >> reporter: an injury, no zac , ertz. i'm ducis rodgers. >> eagles and bears monday night. the pregame show, countdown to
kick off. sam bradford, he was the eagles starting quarterback. tonight, he's making a debut for minnesota. 286 yards pass, two touchdowns. the vikings are up 3. cowboys rookie turning heads like carson wentz. he runs it in. the cow buoys 27-23. the redskins start 0-2 at home. have we seen the last of ryan howard? howard was supposed to start all weekend as the filly start. howard is down with swelling in his left knee. looks like the baby sitting this out too. ear muffs, ascher against prada. phillies looking good in the sixth inning.
freddy galvis, gone. his 20th homer. galvis is the third shortstop with 20 homers. they drop the ball in the eighth. joseph, hernandez, the go-ahead run is on. later in the 8th. franco throws it away. marlins get three in the eighth. they lose 5-4 thanks to three errors. >> the pop-up that fell in is above tommy joseph. if cesar is going to make an attempt to catch the ball, he has to say it. he never said a word. >> no my takes on "action news." mike missanelli will join me in five minutes as we talk eagles. >> lots to talk about. >> we'll be back with more "action news." as prosecutors, we checked out pat toomey's record...
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our nation on the seas during world war ii. today, he celebrated his 90th birthday. family and friends held a surprise birthday party for ralph. he proudly served on the "uss blue ridge" in world war ii. he was mared 65 years, seven children, 11 grand kids and 7 great grand kids. >> happy birthday, ralph. "action news" continues at 4:30 with david murphy and karen rogers. >> for walter perez, melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire news team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great night and good week ahead. tonight on sports sunday,
the eagles are in chicago, ready for a battle with the bears. >> i grew up watching monday night football. >> a guy like you? >> always pressure. >> reporter: i's monday night football, national tv and the national spotlight is on quarterback carson wentz. we go one-on-one with the eagles rookie. >> how far? >> we'll see what happens. we have to play monday night football in chicago. >> the focus is on more than football monday night as malcolm jenkins plans to make a statement on social injustice. >> cameras in my face. that's what keeps this conversation going. >> once they kick off, i's about the pig skin, not politic, ju