President Barack Obama has paused in Philadelphia to thank the city and its rescue workers for their response to the Amtrak derailment.
By Steve Patterson MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa., (CBS) — “I was just terrified. I thought I was going to be dead.” When 78-year-old Nahlin Duka felt the first impact she knew she and her daughter were […]
It’s an incredible sight: a helicopter only about 30 or 40 feet away from your head. Imagine it’s your only ride to safety. That’s what CBS 3 meteorologist Kate Bilo did earlier this week. She went out on the water with the U.S. Coast Guard to see how they perform a rescue at sea.
Police in Little Ferry, New Jersey, say a witness saw the man jump into the Hackensack River about 5 miles west of New York City around 8:20 a.m. Sunday.
It happened Thursday morning in East Vincent Township, Chester County.
The puppy is now being examined at the Burlington County animal control facility.
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.