<![CDATA[NBC 10 Philadelphia - Breaking News]]>Copyright 2016http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/breaking http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/NBC10_40x125.png NBC 10 Philadelphia http://www.nbcphiladelphia.comen-usThu, 05 May 2016 12:24:58 -0400Thu, 05 May 2016 12:24:58 -0400NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[NJ Transit Train T-Bones Station Wagon, 4 Hurt]]> Thu, 05 May 2016 12:17:04 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Palmyra+RiverLine+NJ+Transit+Crash.JPG

A New Jersey Transit train slammed into a station wagon Thursday morning leaving two people trapped in the car and service suspended along the RiverLine.

Crews worked to free people from the Mercedes wagon after it was struck by a light-rail train near the Riverton Station along Main Street near Broad and Harrison streets around 10:15 a.m., said Burlington County dispatchers.

As SkyForce10 hovered overhead a short time later, you could see crews working on the SUV, which appeared to be T-boned. Two people were freed from the vehicle and taken to Cooper University Medical Center for treatment, said dispatchers.

Two of the 35 passengers on the train suffered injuries, said NJ Transit spokeswoman Lisa Torbic. The injured passengers were taken to Lourdes Medical Center for treatment.

NJ Transit spokesman Jim Smith said the injuries don't appear to be life-threatening, reported NBC10's Lauren Mayk.

The wreck left RiverLine service suspended between Palmyra and Cinnaminson. Passengers could take buses to get around the closure. The line wouldn't begin operating again until crews can inspect the tracks.

Crews took the roof of the station wagon during the rescue.



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<![CDATA[Crews Contain Bucks Co. Chemical Spill]]> Thu, 05 May 2016 11:41:05 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/207*120/Tulleytown+Spill.JPG

Authorities in a Bucks County township told residents to temporarily shelter in place after a chemical spill at a municipal site.

Crews rushed to the Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority water treatment plant along Main Street in Tulleytown, Pennsylvania around 8:30 a.m. to address a chemical spill, said Tulleytown Borough Police Department Chief Daniel Doyle.

Crews arrived to find a tank of ferric chloride leaking, said police.

"As a PRECAUTIONARY action only we are asking residents & businesses in the area of Main Street to keep windows and doors closed," the borough police posted to Facebook.

Around 11 a.m., police posted to Facebook that the situation was contained and air quality tests determined the air to be safe. The spill also had no adverse effect on the water supply, said police.

Ferric chloride is a colorless to light brown solution with a faint hydrochloric odor, says the National Institutes of Health's Open Chemistry Database. "Highly corrosive to most metals and probably corrosive to tissue. Noncombustible. Used in sewage treatment and water purification."



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<![CDATA[Sick Passenger Causes Philly-Bound Flight to Make U-Turn]]> Wed, 04 May 2016 11:18:19 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/201*120/Manchester+England+Flight+Aware+Philly+Munich+Flight.JPG

An international flight bound for Philadelphia suddenly turned around before leaving Europe Wednesday morning so that an ill passenger could get medical treatment.

American Airlines Flight 717 took off from Munich, Germany shortly after noon (6 a.m. EST) bound for Philadelphia but it never made its way over the Atlantic Ocean as it made a sudden U-turn over the United Kingdom before landing in Manchester, England about 2 and half hours later.

Crews would do routine safety checks of the Airbus A330-200 before allowing it continue the trip toward America.

It is scheduled to take off from Manchester shortly after 3 p.m. local time and then arrive in Philadelphia, said American Airline spokesman Justin Franco.

The plane wound up actually taking off again around 3:30 p.m. and was expected to land in Philly around 6:20 p.m. EST.

American Airlines didn't reveal the nature of the medical emergency.



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<![CDATA[ID of Driver Shot Dead by Police]]> Thu, 05 May 2016 04:29:07 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/187*120/Bullet+Riddled+Minivan.JPG

The driver of a minivan shot to death by a Philadelphia police officer early Wednesday morning was identified as Richard Ferretti from a northeast Pennsylvania town.

Ferretti, 52, of Andreas, which is about 15 miles north of Allentown, allegedly failed to listen to plainclothes officers as they stood in front of his minivan and yelled at Ferretti to stop as he drove on Overbrook Avenue near Lancaster Avenue.

"Police received several calls" from college students concerned about the man "casing the area," said Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross. "Police arrived and they saw the male doing just exactly what the callers indicated," said Ross. "They attempted to stop the male, initially he tries to flee."

Homicide detectives investigated the shooting. It was one of two police-involved shootings late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Another man, allegedly armed with a gun, was shot in Southwest Philadelphia two hours earlier.

The incident that left Ferretti shot occurred shortly before 1 a.m. Crews rushed him to Penn Presbyterian Hospital but he was dead on arrival.

Plainclothes officers cut off the driver around the corner and told him to stop, said Ross.

"Apparently (the driver) attempts to flee from them, trapping one of the officers between the car and some other area where (the officer) didn't feel he could escape and he discharged his weapon," said Ross. "That male was struck, one time I think, and he was subsequently pronounced dead."

"I heard a screeching sound and I heard a loud boom," said witness Gregory McCowin. "So I got up and I heard 'freeze, stop!'"

"It's way too early" to determine if the shooting was justified, said Ross. An internal affairs investigation would determine the exact circumstances leading to the incident.

The incident played out on police radio. "All cars standby... shots fired," said police band traffic around the time of the shooting.

"Do we have an offender hit?" asks one voice.

"It's all under control," can be heard a short time later as officers are told to resume with regular police work.

Investigators focused on the crashed minivan with its airbag deployed. Ross said officers didn't find a weapon in the vehicle.

About 90 minutes earlier, officers on patrol heard gunshots then found a man shooting into the air from the back porch of a home along Grays Avenue near Lindbergh Boulevard in Southwest Philadelphia and asked him to drop the weapon, said Philadelphia Police.

"Police are in the area in this case and they hear gunshots," said Ross.

"They approach the male, tell the male to drop the weapon, and that male aims and fires one shot at police, misses," said Philadelphia Police Lt. Ray Evers. "And then one of the officers fires two times back and shoots the man in the leg"

The man, who is in his 40s, then made his way inside the house where police arrested him and took him to Presbyterian Hospital in stable condition. They also took in another man who was inside the home for questioning.

Police recovered ballistic evidence at the scene.

Police have yet to identify either man shot by police. No officers were hurt.



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<![CDATA[Police Search Lehigh Univ. Dorm]]> Mon, 02 May 2016 13:19:10 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Lehigh-AP_99053002278.jpg

Lehigh University Police told students to avoid Palmer Hall as police investigated a possible device in the dormitory for more than an hour Monday.

The university police worked with Bethlehem firefighters to do "full search" of the dorm in the Centennial II Complex around noon Monday, said the campus' Twitter feed. [[377822891, C]]

Police told students to avoid the entire Lower Centennial area until giving the all clear after 1 p.m., said students.

No word yet on what, if anything, police found while searching the building.



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<![CDATA[Traffic Lights Malfunction, Back Up Bridge Traffic]]> Fri, 29 Apr 2016 11:05:49 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/208*120/Vine+Street+Traffic+Lights.JPG

Malfunctioning traffic lights left motorists fending for themselves as they came off the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia Friday morning.

The lights at 8th and Vine, which regulate traffic onto Vine Street or the Vine Street Expressway (Interstate 676), began malfunctioning before 7 a.m. [[377561341, C]]

More than 90 minutes later, motorists coming off the bridge battled it out to get past the malfunction.

The traffic light issued continued through the morning rush before being resolved later in the morning.

The Walt Whitman Bridge could be a better option for drivers crossing from New Jersey into Philadelphia.



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<![CDATA[School Bus Crashes, 1 Hurt]]> Thu, 28 Apr 2016 09:27:30 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/Torresdale+Hartel+Street+School+Bus+Crash.JPG

A school bus and car collided in the Holmesburg section of Northeast Philadelphia Thursday morning leaving one person hurt.

Firefighters didn’t immediately reveal if the person was in the bus or car when they two crashed at Torresdale and Hartel avenues around 7:45 a.m.

No word yet on what caused the crash. It also wasn’t clear where the Total Transportation Corp. bus was headed.



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<![CDATA[Dog Bites Boy Waiting for School Bus]]> Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:37:21 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Dog+Bite+Dog+Capture.JPG

Neighbors used a chair and shovel to scare off a dog after it bit a child in North Philadelphia Thursday morning.

The dog bit a 9-year-old boy waiting with his sister for the bus along Diamond Street in the city’s Strawberry Mansion section around 6:30 a.m., said Philadelphia Police.

"I was asleep in the bed and I just heard my daughter screaming," said the boy's mother who asked not to be named. "I came to the window and I see that there is a dog chasing them."

A neighbor spotted the attack and used a chair and another person hit the animal with a shovel to scare off the dog, which fled to a nearby porch, a witness told NBC10.

Medics took the boy to Hahnemann Hospital to be treated for a wound to his lower back. Police said they expected the boy to be OK.

It wasn’t clear where the dog came from. Philadelphia Animal Control officers came to the scene to wrangle up the animal.



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<![CDATA[Big Rig Spills Load Onto NJ Turnpike]]> Wed, 27 Apr 2016 13:19:20 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/207*120/New+Jersey+Turnpike+Cement+Truck+Crash.JPG

A big rig spilled its load, including slabs of concrete, onto the New Jersey Turnpike causing traffic troubles Wednesday morning.

The wreck closed all but one lane of the northbound Turnpike near Interchange 3 (New Jersey Route 168 - Deptford Township) in Camden County just before 8 a.m.

Traffic backed up for two miles, according to the turnpike, as crews worked for hours to clear debris from the roadway.

Photos from the scene showed what appeared to be slabs of concrete spilled off the open tractor-trailer.

No injuries were reported.



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<![CDATA[Bizarre Hit-&-Run, Carjacking Leaves Officers Hurt]]> Wed, 27 Apr 2016 22:00:23 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/15th+Street+Hit+and+Run+Carjacking.JPG

A witness wound up becoming the victim of a carjacking overnight along one of Philadelphia’s busiest roads during a bizarre series of events that left two Philadelphia police officers hurt.

The plainclothes officers suffered injuries after a driver slammed his black sedan into their unmarked Ford Ranger pickup truck along Broad Street at Brown Street in the Fairmount section of North Philadelphia around 2:15 a.m. Wednesday, said police.

A witness -- who said he was frightened -- jumped out of his SUV without putting the vehicle in park. That’s when two men from the black sedan jumped into his white Ford and sped off southbound on Broad Street before turning off and going the wrong direction north on 15th Street, said police.

The Ford SUV then slammed into a gray Nissan Altima carrying three people at the intersection of 15th and Parrish streets. After that wreck the two carjackers ran into The Playhouse nightclub at 822 N Broad Street where they took off some clothing so they could elude police, said investigators.

The men then fled in an unknown direction.

The two plainclothes officers were taken to Hahnemann Hospital for observation -- one with a head injury and the other with shoulder and hip injuries -- and were expected to be OK, said police. No one in the second struck vehicle reported being injured.

Besides searching for the hit-and-run suspects, police also tried to pry information from the carjacking victim as they searched for more clues in what they called a bizarre incident.

"It really doesn't make any sense to exit a 2015 vehicle at quarter after 2 in the morning if you're afraid," said Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small. "If you're afraid you lock your doors and you drive away. For some reason this 33-year-old male he can't give us a clear reason why he jumped out of his car, left it running, left it in drive and therefore it was subsequently stolen."

Expect traffic delays in the area as police continue to investigate the crashes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Philadelphia Police.



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<![CDATA[Gunfire Outside Philly Jewelry Store]]> Mon, 25 Apr 2016 13:30:18 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/191*120/Old+York+Road+Shooting+2.JPG

Gunfire rang out midday Monday in front of a North Philadelphia jewelry store leaving a man shot five times.

Philadelphia Police rushed the shooting victim from the scene near Mine Jewelry and Perfume along Old York Road just south of Conlyn Street in the Ogontz section of the city shortly before noon, said police.

Doctors at nearby Einstein Hospital treated the 29-year-old victim in critical condition with wounds to his neck, chest, stomach and buttocks. It wasn't immediately clear if nearby the jewelry store had anything to do with the incident and police said the victim wouldn't cooperate with investigators.

SWAT officers responded to a standoff on nearby Conlyn Street at Broad Street after the shooting. After about an hour, police took three men from the home and identified one of the men as the suspected shooter.

Investigators didn’t believe the shooting had anything to do with a pair of deadly shootings Sunday in the Cedarbrook section of the city that left two men dead – including one that had just spoken with a political candidate – that appeared to be gang-related.



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<![CDATA[Volunteers Find Human Remains in Cooper River ]]> Sat, 23 Apr 2016 21:28:42 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Cooper-River3.jpg

An investigation is underway after human remains were found in the Cooper River in Pennsauken, New Jersey Saturday.

Over 100 volunteers with United by Blue were participating in a spring cleanup event along the Cooper River on the 2900 block of Admiral Wilson Boulevard. Officials say one volunteer reached down into the mud near the water and picked up what he believed was a bottle. It was actually a human skull however, according to officials. They also discovered several bones inside the water.

Police and detectives were called to the scene and investigators are currently working on identifying the victim.

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<![CDATA[No Bail for Suspected Philly Police Shooter]]> Wed, 20 Apr 2016 21:02:52 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/scott+griffin+18+abril+TLMD.jpg

A Philadelphia judge arraigned a suspected gunman with a lengthy rap sheet early Wednesday morning on attempted murder charges in the shooting of Officer James McCullough.

Suspect Scott Griffin was held without bail after being arraigned on attempted murder, robbery, assault and related charges, said court records.

Officer James McCullough, 24, of the 18th District, was shot in the left leg while trying to chase down Griffin after a carjacking attempt along Market Street Sunday night, said Philadelphia Police.

Griffin, 23, was taken into custody just before 1 p.m. Monday by undercover narcotics officers on North Alden Street, off Girard Avenue between 57th and 58th streets, police said. NBC10 learned Griffin was released from jail on another gun charge just last week.

Officers recovered a gun when Griffin was arrested and they planned to run ballistic testing to find out whether it was the weapon used in the officer shooting, officials said.

Griffin has 14 prior arrests, according to police and court records. Two are active drug cases and a gun charge. The gun charge was dismissed last week when two witnesses failed to appear for a preliminary hearing and Griffin was released from custody, said Josh Scarpello, his defense attorney in that case.

The case originated from a March 17 arrest, according to the court records.

It was dismissed last Wednesday and Griffin was released, Scarpello said. Griffin was arrested while allegedly possessing a gun inside a stolen vehicle, he said.

Four days later, Griffin, along with an accomplice, allegedly went on a crime spree in West Philadelphia — robbing one man at gunpoint and carjacking a woman.

The carjacking victim flagged down Officer McCullough along Market Street near Salford, police said.

McCullough went over to the woman's car and got into a physical confrontation with Griffin, Capt. James Clark said. Griffin broke free ran northbound on Salford Street as McCullough gave chase. During that pursuit, Clark said Griffin turned and opened fire. McCullough was hit once in the left thigh. The officer then pulled out his own weapon and fired three shots, Clark said.

As McCullough chased Griffin, the second suspect, 20-year-old Samir Coyett, ran onto SEPTA's Market-Frankford El platform and tried to catch a train but was apprehended after running back down to street level, according to police.

The bullet wound left McCullough bleeding profusely causing the officer to apply a tourniquet to his own thigh, said investigators. His partner rushed him to Penn Presbyterian Hospital where he was treated and then released Monday.

"He looked good," said Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. "He's very strong, had a strong handshake and a strong conversation."

Before the carjacking, Griffin and Coyett robbed a man at gunpoint in the same area, Clark said. Coyett actually ran past the robbery victim while fleeing the scene, according to Clark.

Coyett has been arrested three times, Clark said. Police are working with the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office on charges.

The shooting occurred about three blocks away from where fellow 18th District Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett was shot during an ambush attack back on Jan. 7. Ross didn't draw comparisons between the shootings, however.

"I don't feel like police officers in this city are being targeted," said Ross. "This is a case clearly where this does not start with the police officers, this starts with two guys trying to commit a crime, that was unrelated with police. So this is not about an officer being targeted."



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<![CDATA[Wreck on Busy Road Near Gratz College]]> Tue, 19 Apr 2016 10:05:54 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/203*120/Old+York+Road+Map.JPG

A crash along a busy Montgomery County corridor left multiple people injured Tuesday morning.

The crash caused traffic trouble along Old York Road (Route 611) near Ashbourne Road – near Gratz College – in Elkins Park around 9:20 a.m., said county dispatchers.

It didn't take long to clear the scene.

No word yet on the extent of injuries.

NBC10 is headed to the scene.



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<![CDATA[Firefighter Hurt Battling Blaze at Abandoned Chicken Factory]]> Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:23:56 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/Grove+Street+Bridgeton+Chicken+Factory+Fire.JPG

Flames tore through a former chicken factory in South Jersey overnight leaving a firefighter hurt in a fire being investigated as suspicious.

The fire broke out in an abandoned warehouse along Grove Street near Henry Street in Bridgeton, New Jersey around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday and quickly grew to three alarms, said Cumberland County dispatchers.

A firefighter was treated and released for minor injuries, said Bridgeton firefighters.

It took firefighters more than three and a half hours to get the blaze at the former “Five Star” processing plant under control, said authorities.

Bridgeton firefighters treated the fire as suspicious as they searched for a cause.



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<![CDATA[School Bus, Car Collide in Delaware]]> Mon, 18 Apr 2016 12:44:20 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/First+Student+Yellow+School+Bus+New+Castle.JPG

A school bus carrying children and a car crashed along a New Castle County roadway Monday morning leaving an elderly man trapped in his car.

The wreck caused traffic troubles along S Old Baltimore Pike at Albe Drive in New Castle shortly before 7 a.m.

No one on board the First Student yellow bus suffered injuries, said New Castle County Paramedics. The 86-year-old driver of the car, however, was trapped inside his rolled over car, said medics.

Medics took the elderly man to Christiana Hospital's trauma center for treatment for head, chest and lower body injuries. He was listed in stable condition, said medics.

No word yet on where the bus was headed.

As SkyForce10 hovered overhead, crews could be seen loading a car onto a tow truck as the school bus moved from the roadway.



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<![CDATA[3 Shot Along Philly Street]]> Mon, 18 Apr 2016 06:20:21 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/205*120/Sydenham+Street+Sign.JPG

A driver rushed three gunshot victims to the hospital after a shooting in West Oak Lane overnight.

Gunfire rang out around 1 a.m. Monday along N Sydenham Street near 68th Avenue, said Philadelphia Police.

After the shooting, three people arrived at nearby Einstein Medical Center via private car, said police.

No word yet on the gunshot victims' conditions nor did police immediately reveal a motive for the shooting.

The triple shooting followed a violent Sunday where at least 11 people were shot in Philadelphia including police Officer James McCullough. Three of the victims from the earlier shootings died.



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<![CDATA[Philly Officer Who Survived Shooting Leaves Hospital ]]> Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:15:39 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Officer-and-Suspects.jpg

A Philadelphia Police officer who was shot while thwarting a robbery Sunday night was released from the hospital Monday. SkyForce10 was over the scene as Officer James McCullough, 24, of the 18th District, left Presbyterian Hospital shortly before 7 p.m.

The two-year veteran was released the same day a suspect with a lengthy rap sheet was arrested in connection to his shooting.

Scott Griffin, 23, was taken into custody just before 1 p.m. Monday by undercover narcotics officers on North Alden Street, off Girard Avenue between 57th and 58th streets, police said. NBC10 learned Griffin was released from jail on another gun charge just last week.

Griffin is accused of shooting Officer McCullough just before 9 p.m. Sunday, police said.

Officers recovered a gun when Griffin was arrested and they plan to run ballistic testing to find out whether it was the weapon used in the officer shooting, officials said.

Griffin has 14 prior arrests, according to police and court records. Two are active drug cases and a gun charge.

The gun charge was dismissed last week when two witnesses failed to appear for a preliminary hearing and Griffin was released from custody, said Josh Scarpello, his defense attorney in that case.

The case originated from a March 17 arrest, according to the court records.

It was dismissed last Wednesday and Griffin was released, Scarpello said. Griffin was arrested while allegedly possessing a gun inside a stolen vehicle, he said.

Four days later, Griffin, along with an accomplice, allegedly went on a crime spree in West Philadelphia — robbing one man at gunpoint and carjacking a woman.

The carjacking victim flagged down Officer McCullough along Market Street near Salford, police said.

McCullough went over to the woman's car and got into a physical confrontation with Griffin, Capt. James Clark said. Griffin broke free ran northbound on Salford Street as McCullough gave chase. During that pursuit, Clark said Griffin turned and opened fire. McCullough was hit once in the left thigh. The officer then pulled out his own weapon and fired three shots, Clark said.

As McCullough chased Griffin, the second suspect, 20-year-old Samir Coyett, ran onto SEPTA's Market-Frankford El platform and tried to catch a train but was apprehended after running back down to street level, according to police.

The bullet wound left McCullough bleeding profusely causing the officer to apply a tourniquet to his own thigh, said investigators. His partner rushed him to Penn Presbyterian Hospital where he was treated and then released Monday.

"He looked good," said Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. "He's very strong, had a strong handshake and a strong conversation."

McCullough is engaged to be married and is also the father of a 2-year-old daughter. He also plays rugby, according to the Northeast Philadelphia Rugby Club, which wished McCullough a speedy recovery.

Police found a knife and hat belonging to the suspect, police said.

Before the carjacking, Griffin and Coyett robbed a man at gunpoint in the same area, Clark said. Coyett actually ran past the robbery victim while fleeing the scene, according to Clark.

Coyett has been arrested three times, Clark said. Police are working with the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office on charges.

The shooting occurred about three blocks away from where fellow 18th District Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett was shot during an ambush attack back on Jan. 7. Ross didn't draw comparisons between the shootings, however.

"I don't feel like police officers in this city are being targeted," said Ross. "This is a case clearly where this does not start with the police officers, this starts with two guys trying to commit a crime, that was unrelated with police. So this is not about an officer being targeted."



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<![CDATA[NJ Police Recruits Try to Save Driver's Life in Bad Wreck]]> Fri, 15 Apr 2016 21:21:09 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Manchester+Township+deadly+crash.jpg

A crash, including police recruits who tried to help, left a man dead and a New Jersey roadway closed for hours Friday.

The wreck along westbound Route 70 near Sam Pitts Road in Manchester Township, Ocean County — near the township public works department — just after 7 a.m. involved four cars, said Manchester Township Police.

A driver rear-ended a police car filled with Ocean County police recruits sitting on the shoulder waiting to enter a police firing range, setting off the chain reaction crash, police said.

The driver, identified as 21-year-old Hilario Guillen, of Browns Mills, was thrown from his car.

The recruits jumped into action following the incident running to Guillen who was lifeless on the ground.

"I was just there to help and my first reaction was there to help him and that was my main goal," said Robert Bleichner, one of the recruits.

Bleichner and fellow recruit Vincent Zenna switched off doing chest compressions until medics arrived.

Despite their efforts, Guillen did not survive, police said.

"It is something that you have to be prepared to see. I feel like I am fairly prepared to be exposed to that," Zenna said.

None of the other motorists suffered injuries.



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<![CDATA[Crews Spend Hours Cleaning Up After Car Slams Into Utility Pole]]> Fri, 15 Apr 2016 10:32:26 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/Horsham+Crash+Blair+Mill+Road.JPG

A driver struck a utility pole causing traffic troubles along a Montgomery County road for hours  Friday morning.

The closure crept into the morning rush after a the driver's car slammed into a pole along Blair Mill Road between Welsh and Witmer roads around 2 a.m., said county dispatchers.

The wreck left one person hospitalized with undisclosed injuries, said dispatchers.

Utility trucks could be seen using a crane around 6:30 a.m. as the roadway remained partially closed with only one lane squeezing by in each direction.

After hours of repairs, the roadway reopened sometime before 10 a.m.



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<![CDATA[Eagles Unveil 2016 Schedule ]]> Thu, 14 Apr 2016 23:42:42 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/NEW_Eagles_NBC10_1200x675.jpg

Mark your calendars Eagles fans. The schedule for the upcoming 2016-2017 season is here.

The Eagles made the announcement on their official website Thursday night.

The team will be featured in four nationally televised games, appearing in two Monday night games, one Sunday night game and one Thursday night game. The birds will end the season with two consecutive home games. 

The 2016 season will begin September 11th at home against the Cleveland Browns. This is the seventh time the Birds have played the Browns on opening day. 

The Birds appear in their first Monday night game in week two against the Chicago Bears, then head back home for a match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, September 25th.

The Eagles Bye week is week four. 

The Eagles end the season at home against the New York giants in week 16 on December 22nd, then week 17, New Years' Day against the Dallas Cowboys.

Check out the full schedule below:


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<![CDATA[Girl Stabs Girl in Philly School Hallway: Police]]> Wed, 13 Apr 2016 20:36:32 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Jay+Cooke+School+stabbing.jpg

A teenager was stabbed with scissors during a fight between girls at a Philadelphia school Wednesday morning, authorities said.

Officers and medics were called to Jay Cooke Junior High School along West Loudon Street in Logan around 8:45 a.m after a girl was stabbed in her right shoulder and arm during a fight in a third-floor hallway, according to Philadelphia police.

Medics found the 14-year-old girl in a second-floor nurse's office at the K-8 school, said Philadelphia firefighters. Medics took the girl to nearby Einstein Medical Center where she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

There has been no word on what led to the stabbing, but Philadelphia School District spokesman Fernando Gallard said the girls know each other.

"There has been a history between these two students before," said Gallard.

Police took a 14-year-old into custody and recovered the scissors used in the attack, said investigators. NBC10 cameras captured the girl being taken out of the school in handcuffs.

Concerned parents rushed to the school to check on their children after hearing about the fight that put the school on a temporary lockdown. The district also notified parents.



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<![CDATA[SWAT Team Finds Man Shot to Death in Home]]> Wed, 13 Apr 2016 12:08:44 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/Egdewood+SWAT+shooting.JPG

Philadelphia Police found one man dead and another barricaded inside an abandoned West Philadelphia home Wednesday morning.

Officers responded to a home along N Edgewood Street near Vine Street around 4 a.m. for reports of a gunfire.

When officers arrived they saw a man inside who wouldn’t let them in, said police. After about 90 minutes, SWAT officers broke into the house and found a 25-year-old man bleeding from his nose behind the front door, said police. He died a short time later at the hospital.

SWAT officers found a 23-year-old on the second floor of the home, said police.

"When they got to the second floor they found a 23-year-old male hiding in one of the rear rooms and SWAT officers took this individual into custody," said Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small.

No word yet on what led to the deadly shooting.



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<![CDATA[SEPTA Train Strikes, Kills UPenn Student]]> Tue, 12 Apr 2016 04:18:21 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/212*120/SEPTA+Subway+Tracks+Market+Frankford+40th.JPG

Friends and family mourned a University of Pennsylvania student struck and killed by a SEPTA train Monday morning.

An eastbound Market-Frankford Line subway struck Ao "Olivia" Kong at the 40th Street Station along Market Street in West Philadelphia around 7 a.m.

Kong, 21, did not appear to be pushed nor did it appear she fell onto the tracks, said SEPTA. Police told NBC10 they believe she jumped onto the tracks. The train came to a screeching halt after she was struck.

"The conductor told everyone to move to the front of the train... we heard someone say 'I couldn't stop fast enough,'" said passenger Anthony Davis.

Davis said he also overheard workers saying there was a body under the train. Kong died at the scene from her injuries.

Kong grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from Central High School before attending the University of Pennsylvania. She learned finance in the Wharton School's Cohort Peso. She was also a member of the Phi Gamma Nu business fraternity and the Alpha Phi Omega co-ed service fraternity. She was set to graduate in 2017.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with Olivia's family and friends," wrote Wharton's Vice Dean Lori Rosenkopf. "A gathering of sharing and support will take place today at 5 p.m. in Huntsman Hall Room 250." 

Students are encouraged to call Penn's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at 215-898-7021, Wharton Undergraduate Division Advising at 215-898-7608, the University Chaplain's Office at 215-898-8456 or the Student Health Service at 215-746-3535.

SEPTA service was delayed for nearly three hours after the incident but later resumed to normal operations.


SUICIDE PREVENTION HELP: The National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255) is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.



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<![CDATA[Crews Work to Rescue Person From Bucks Co. Crash]]> Tue, 05 Apr 2016 13:21:17 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/219*120/Street+Road+Crash+Southampton.JPG

Emergency crews worked to free a person from a three=vehicle wreck that left a busy Bucks County road closed midday Tuesday.

As SkyForce10 hovered over Street Road near Lakeside Drive in Southampton, Pennsylvania around noon Tuesday you could see crews trying to get someone out of a sedan that came to rest up on the sidewalk and against a sport utility vehicle.

Crews had already transported one person from the scene to St. Mary’s Medical Center with undisclosed injuries, said Lower Southampton Police. It wasn't clear in total how many people were hurt.

The crash and large emergency response had the roadway closed.

No word yet on a cause.



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<![CDATA[School Bus Veers Off Into New Jersey Woods]]> Tue, 05 Apr 2016 12:17:54 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/214*120/Vineland+School+Bus+Crash1.JPG

A school bus crashed into the woods along a South Jersey road Tuesday morning leaving some adults not seriously hurt.

The driver lost control of the yellow bus sending it into the woods near E Garden Road and N East Avenue in Vineland, New Jersey around 8:50 a.m.

Police didn’t immediately reveal details but as SkyForce10 hovered overhead a short time after the wreck you could see the bus in between some trees with a smashed while car on the roadway nearby.

A dispatcher for Millville-based Sheppard Bus Company said there only appeared to be minor injuries to those on board the bus, which was headed to Elwyn Training School with adults on board. The driver told dispatchers she is OK.

The passengers would be checked out a local hospital as is routine, said the bus company.



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<![CDATA[Hundreds Flee Fiery NJ Airport]]> Mon, 04 Apr 2016 10:42:18 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/newark+airport+fire.jpg

Hundreds of people were cleared out of a terminal at Newark Liberty Airport after a fire that erupted there earlier Monday morning reignited, officials said.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey confirmed Monday that a fire broke out just after 1 a.m. in a boiler room ceiling in Terminal B.

There were about 200 people in Terminal B when it was evacuated, authorities said. The blaze caused smoke to pour from the top of the building.

The fire was put out and the terminal reopened, but a short time later the fire rekindled and forced a second evacuation, officials said.

It was unclear if any flights were delayed because of the fire. 

Although the second blaze was brought under control sometime before 4:30 a.m., heavy smoke remained in the building and travelers could not return until it was cleared out, officials said.

The terminal was being ventilated Monday morning as smoke continued to dissipate overhead. 

People began re-entering the terminal around 5:15 a.m. 

No injuries were reported in the fires.



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<![CDATA[Philly Art Museum Evacuates Patrons, Reason Unclear]]> Mon, 04 Apr 2016 06:55:46 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Philly+art+Museum+Evacuation+4-3-16.jpg

Visitors to the Philadelphia Museum of art evacuated the building after an alarm went off Sunday afternoon causing the building to be cleared for about 20 minutes.

NBC10’s own Lauren Mayk was at the museum when security guards asked everyone to leave the building around 12:15 p.m.

People left the iconic museum on the end of the Ben Franklin Parkway calmly and orderly.

People could be seen gathering on the steps outside until security asked them to move further away. After about 20 minutes, folks were told to line back up and allowed back in the museum.

No word yet on what caused the alarm.

The first Sunday of the month is typically very busy at the Art Museum as visitors pay what they wish to get a look at the impressive collection.
 



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<![CDATA[Philly Police Car Struck in Suspected DUI Crash]]> Fri, 01 Apr 2016 12:19:01 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/218*120/Police+Car+Crash+Vine+Street+Philly.JPG

A crash near Philadelphia’s Vine Street Expressway Friday morning left a police car damaged and a driver suspected of driving under the influence.

The wreck along eastbound Vine Street near Broad Street around 4:10 a.m. left the Philadelphia Police cruiser with front-end damage and the back of the suspect's car -- including a rear wheel -- damaged.

Doctors at nearby Hahnemann Hospital treated the officer for some sprains, said Philly police. The other driver, suspected of being drunk, wasn't hurt.

The Vine Street Expressway (I-676) could be used as an alternate route.



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<![CDATA[Deadly Main Line Crash Leaves Car Mangled]]> Thu, 31 Mar 2016 12:36:41 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/207*120/Bryn+Mawr+Crash.JPG

A deadly crash along a Main Line road left a car mangled and fence posts scattered.

The driver -- alone in the vehicle -- lost control of a sedan along Bryn Mawr Avenue in front of the Radwyn Apartments in Bryn Mawr around 3:20 a.m. Thursday, said Radnor Township Police.

Officers arrive to find the driver dead inside the car, said police.

The one-car wreck -- where the car wound up on the other side of a fence -- left Bryn Mawr Avenue closed between Castlefinn Lane and S County Line Road for about six hours. Roberts Road could be used as an alternate, said NBC10 First Alert Traffic reporter Jessica Boyington.

No word yet on what caused the crash that impacted students tying to get to nearby Jack M Barrack Hebrew Academy Thursday morning.

"We are aware of a major accident on Bryn Mawr Avenue which occurred earlier today," read a message on the school's website. "The street is closed from Wawa to the Presbyterian Church. It did not involve anyone from Barrack.

"There will be police diverting cars and buses to an alternate route into school. Let them know you are trying to get to Barrack and they will let you through.

"Please take your time and, as always, be safe."



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<![CDATA[Niece Leads Officers to Deadly Hit-&-Run Suspect: Police]]> Tue, 29 Mar 2016 13:02:22 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Susan+Hyland+Pennsauken+Roue+130+Hit+and+Run.jpg

A driver behind the wheel of her niece's car struck and killed a teenager along a busy South Jersey roadway overnight then fled the scene, said police.

The 40-year-old hit-and-run driver struck 16-year-old Pennsauken High School student Quason Turner in the southbound lanes after he jumped over the barricade along U.S. Route 130 at 49th Street in Pennsauken around 11:25 p.m. Monday, Pennsauken Police told NBC10's Cydney Long.

The force of impact in the right-hand lane caused Turner to land in the parking lot of a nearby Burger King where he died, said Pennsauken Police Sgt. Chris Sulzbach.

Sulzbach said Turner was visiting a friend on the other side of Route 130 and was headed home alone when the vehicle struck him. Police alerted Turner's family and his school of the boy's death.

Investigators found the car at 29th Street and Clinton Avenue in Camden after the 19-year-old Pennsylvania woman who owns the car called 911 to report the wreck but she hung up, said Sulzbach.

Police then used GPS tracking to figure out exactly where the alleged driver, identified as Susan Hyland, fled to. Hyland, unaware her niece had contacted authorities, tried to run out the back of the home but officers quickly caught up to her, said Sulzbach.

Inside the house, Hyland and others were discussing what to do with the damaged car, said police.

Police said the car owner wasn't driving because she had driven in from the Harrisburg area and was tired from the drive.

Police charged Hyland, who hails from Beverly, New Jersey, with leaving the scene of a crime and driving on a suspended license. Police also took toxicology tests. Her niece -- who she hadn't seen in a long time prior to Monday night -- was not charged.

"She actually helped us in locating the driver of the vehicle," said Sulzbach.

Police asked anyone who might know more about what happened to call (856) 488-0080 ext. 2300.



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<![CDATA[Overturned Vehicle Blocks I-95]]> Tue, 29 Mar 2016 06:57:03 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/186*120/I-95+Crash3.JPG

A car overturned along Interstate 95 southbound in Delaware County Tuesday morning.

The wreck blocked all southbound lanes near Route 320 approaching the Commodore Barry Bridge (U.S. Route 322) around 6 a.m., said Pennsylvania State Police.

No word yet on injuries nor a cause for the wreck.

After about 20 minutes, one lane began to get by and the crash was cleared after about 45 minutes.

Expect residual delays in the area and along alternate routes like U.S. Route 13, said NBC10 First Alert Traffic reporter Jessica Boyington.
 



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<![CDATA[Pedestrian Dies on Tracks, Halts SEPTA, Amtrak Trains]]> Fri, 25 Mar 2016 12:12:20 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Train+Strikes+Amtrak+Chester.JPG

An Amtrak train struck and killed a person trespassing on the tracks in Delaware County Friday morning causing canceled trains.

A Washington-bound Amtrak Northeast Corridor train struck the person not far from the Chester Transportation Center Station along Avenue of the States in Chester, Pennsylvania shortly before 10 a.m., said Amtrak.

The Delaware County Medical Examiner's officer confirmed the death. No one on the train was hurt, said Amtrak.

SEPTA canceled Wilmington/Newark Line trains and Amtrak halted NEC trains as police officers and firefighters investigated the scene.

No word yet on when trains will get moving again.
 



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<![CDATA[Slashing Outside Busy Bakery]]> Fri, 25 Mar 2016 12:34:24 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/186*120/Colombian+Bakery+Stabbing.JPG

Philadelphia Police rushed to a Philadelphia bakery after a customer was stabbed outside as people picked up Easter orders Friday.

A man fled the scene after slashing a 58-year-old man's stomach with a folding knife with a black handle in front of the Colombian Bakery along N 5th Street near Ruscomb Street in the city’s Olney neighborhood around 8:40 a.m. Friday, said Philadelphia Police.

Witnesses told NBC10's Drew Smith that the suspect pulled a knife and stabbed the other man during an argument moments after the victim left the bakery.

Medics rushed the victim, who was sitting up after the stabbing, to Einstein Medical Center in critical condition, said police.

The bakery is well rated on Yelp earning just under five stars. Customers showed up in hopes o getting Easter goodies only to be turned away because of the crime scene.

Investigators described the suspect -- who knows the victim -- as a balding Colombian man in his 40s who stands between 5-foot, 1-inch and 5-foot, 3-inches tall who wore a gray sweater and black hat. He ran off north on 5th Street, said police.



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<![CDATA[Bale of Paper Traps Philly Paper Company Worker]]> Thu, 24 Mar 2016 18:18:32 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/212*120/Newman+Paper+Accident.JPG

An industrial accident left a worker trapped under a bale of paper at a warehouse in the shadow of Interstate 95 in Northeast Philadelphia's Tacony section Thursday morning.

The 35-year-old worker became trapped at Newman Paperboard along Tacony Street around 11:30 a.m., said Philadelphia police.

Philadelphia firefighters and medics worked to free the man who was listed in stable condition with a right leg injury, said police.

A short time later, SkyForce10 captured a man on a stretcher being taken from the building.

Newman & Company is a family business that has been in existence for nearly 100 years that mills nearly 70,000 tons of paperboard annually, according to its website.

A company spokesman had no comment on the incident.



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<![CDATA[2 Die in Shooting Inside Philly Home]]> Wed, 23 Mar 2016 23:41:32 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/212*120/Pratt+Street+Double+Shooting+Frankford.JPG

Gunfire rang out in a home not far from a major Philadelphia transportation hub Wednesday afternoon leaving two men dead.

Both 30-year-old victims died at Temple University Hospital moments after being shot multiple times in the home along Pratt Street near Darrah Street in the city’s Frankford section around 2:15 p.m., said Philadelphia Police.

As SkyForce10 hovered overhead a short time later, you could see police responding to the street outside the home, which is about a block from SEPTA’s Frankford Transportation Center.

Police hoped surveillance video from the area could help in the search for answers. Investigators confirmed that they recovered multiple weapons at the scene.

No arrests have been made. Police continue to investigate.



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<![CDATA[Lunch Cart Overturns, Blocks Kelly Drive]]> Fri, 18 Mar 2016 12:55:49 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/218*120/Lunch+Cart+Crash+Kelly+Drive.JPG

A lunch truck overturned onto the roadway during a crash along Philadelphia's Kelly Drive midday Friday.

The lunch cart wound up on its side in the city-bound lanes of Kelly Drive between Strawberry Mansion Drive and Hunting Park Avenue in the city’s Fairmount Park section around 11:45 a.m.

No word yet on what caused the wreck that blocks all inbound lanes.

An unrelated crash slowed traffic along one of the Kelly Drive's alternate routes, the Schuylkill Expressway. Traffic slowed for miles in both directions on I-76 due to a crash involving a big rig and two cars in the eastbound lanes near the Conshohocken Curve.

Police reported no serious injuries in either crash.



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<![CDATA[Dump Truck Takes Out Pole, Knocks Out Power]]> Fri, 18 Mar 2016 12:14:49 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/219*120/Chapel+Avenue+Cherry+Hill+Dump+Truck+Crash.JPG

A dump truck took down power lines as it crashed along a South Jersey roadway Friday morning.

The wreck closed E Chapel Avenue from the Interstate 295 Overpass to Old Cuthbert Road around 7 a.m., said Cherry Hill Police.

PSE&G reported a handful of outages.

No word yet on injuries nor what led to the wreck.

As SkyForce10 hovered overhead you could see the dump truck with its back lifted up against a utility pole.

Expect traffic delays in the area as police said it could take hours to clean up.



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<![CDATA[Fire Ignites After Truck Slams Into Firefighter's Living Room]]> Fri, 18 Mar 2016 05:11:11 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Pennsville+House+Fire+Car+Crash+Before+After.jpg

A pickup truck slammed into a South Jersey home early Thursday morning, igniting a fire that destroyed the house that a firefighter and his family have called home for 50 years.

"(My husband) saved my life, we heard an explosion out front -- a car ran into our house -- and the house caught on fire instantly," said Kathy Walters.

A driver, later identified as Joshua Fisher, lost control around 4:30 a.m. after colliding with another car and crashed his white pickup truck into Kathy and Hank Walters' home along normally busy N Hook Road near Dunlap Avenue in Pennsville, said Pennsville Police Chief AJ Cummings.

The Walters rushed out of their bedroom to find the pickup on fire in their living room. Fisher had grabbed a garden hose and was trying to douse the flames but actually made the fire worse, said Cummings.

Luckily everyone in the home -- including pets -- and Fisher made it out safely and no injuries were reported, said investigators.

The home, however, continued to burn for hours. The Walters said the truck likely hit a gas line, causing the destructive blaze.

Investigators administered a DWI test to the truck driver who said he swerved into the home to avoid crashing into a car with two women inside, said police.

"Apparently the second vehicle -- which is the truck that drove into the residence here -- might have made an attempt to pass the vehicle, or go around the vehicle, lost control, came through (the yard), over and curb and into the front porch of the house," said Cummings.

Police took Fisher -- who originally told police he wasn't driving -- into custody and later charged him with reckless driving, tampering with an investigation and marijuana possession.



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<![CDATA[Critter Knocks Out Power to Hundreds]]> Wed, 16 Mar 2016 11:38:11 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/188*120/Tinicum+Power+Outage+Hollow+Horn+Road.JPG

Hundreds of customers were left without power in Bucks County after a critter got into a substation Wednesday morning.

The critter bit into wires at a substation along Hollow Horn Road not far from the Tinicum Township Offices around 9:45 a.m., said said First Energy spokesman Scott Surgeoner.

First Energy hoped to restore power to about 1,400 customers by noon.

The animal didn't survive.



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<![CDATA[2 Hurt After Car Crashes Into School Bus]]> Tue, 15 Mar 2016 17:12:46 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/213*120/Burlington-City-School-Bus-.jpg

Two people were hurt after a driver crashed into the back of a school bus in Burlington City, New Jersey Tuesday, according to officials.

Police say the man rear-ended a Cinnaminson School District Bus on Route 130 South and Lincoln Avenue. The male driver was injured in the crash and the school bus driver complained of back pain. They were both taken to the hospital.

Two students were also on the bus at the time but neither of them were hurt, according to police.

Officials continue to investigate. No charges have been filed.

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<![CDATA[SUV Goes Off AC Expressway]]> Tue, 15 Mar 2016 09:37:02 -0400 http://media.nbcphiladelphia.com/images/202*120/Atlantic+City+Expressway+Crash+Map.JPG

A serious crash snarled traffic along a busy South Jersey road Tuesday morning.

A sport utility vehicle went off the Atlantic City Expressway westbound near where the roadway merges into New Jersey Route 42 in Winslow Township around 6:30 a.m., said New Jersey State Police.

The driver suffered serious injuries, said police.

The crash, where it appeared the SUV overturned, caused at least one lane to be blocked westbound. Eastbound traffic continued to get by the scene.

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