As temperatures plunge tonight, you might think those icy ponds are frozen solid and safe. Don’t be fooled. As Eyewitness Weather meteorologist Kate Bilo found out when she joined a local fire department for ice rescue training, ice that looks solid can be a death trap.
The dog was reportedly living inside a “urine-soaked” wire cage with no food. His water was frozen and he was exposed to 20 degree temperatures.
Officials say officers from the Camden County Police Department rescued a family from a burning home in Camden Wednesday afternoon.
The PSPCA also says some of the dogs were living with untreated medical conditions.
Firefighters rescued six people from a Germantown home after flames broke out overnight.
Forty-eight hours after he was trapped inside his burning patrol car following an accident on a South Philadelphia street, Officer Mark Kimsey, walking on crutches, his girlfriend at his side, returned to the 17th Police District to tell his remarkable story of survival — and the two Good Samaritans who saved his life.
Members of the Cape May Fire Department, beach patrol and Coast Guard Training Center’s fire department were leaving the ceremony Thursday night when they were alerted that someone was in distress offshore.
The Pennsylvania SPCA says officers rescued three emaciated dogs from a home in Philadelphia’s West Oak Lane neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.
It happened around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday near Cobbs Creek Parkway and Greenway Aevnue.
Someone aboard a recreational fishing boat spotted the 800-pound turtle Saturday, notified the Coast Guard and provided it with GPS coordinates for the turtle’s location.
Philadelphia Police say a man is dead after crashing his car into the Delaware River at Penn’s Landing Monday night.
The dramatic scene played out Thursday morning near Kelly Drive and West Hunting Park Avenue.
It happened at 6:13 p.m. Tuesday at the 6400 block of New State Road under the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
The incident was reported shortly before 5:30 p.m. on the 3400 block of Saint Peters Road in Warwick Township.
Richard Perrotti was reportedly fishing near the jetty in his 21-foot boat when a wake caused by a passing boat caused Perrotti’s vessel to tilt so heavily that he jumped into the water.