New Video Released of Tragic Duck Boat Accident

Plus: Philly schools need $94 million to open in the fall, the Flyers drop Game 2, a Jersey mom allegedly took her five-year-old tanning, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

New Video of Duck Boat Crash. Attorneys representing the victims of the Duck Boat accident have released new video of the incident ahead of the scheduled wrongful death case set to start in federal court on Monday. [NBC Philadelphia]

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School Might Be Canceled in the Fall. Seriously, without a $94 million infusion from the proposed tax re-assessment, the Philadelphia School District is saying that it won’t be able to open schools in the fall. [Inquirer]

Devils Top Flyers 4-1. The Flyers looked incredibly inspired for the first 10 minutes or so of the first period. Then they went flat. A good way not to win a hockey game is to not get any shots off on your first four power plays. [Crossing Broad]

Mom Arrested for Taking Toddler Tanning. A Jersey mother has been arrested for taking her five-year-old daughter tanning. The woman looks like she lives under the warming lamp at a fast food restaurant and claims that her daughter was simply in the room with her, not in an actual booth. [6 ABC]

Bulls – Derrick Rose < Sixers. The Sixers showed they can handle a Derrick Rose-less Bulls team by pulling away in the third quarter of Game 2 on their way to a 109-92 victory that ties the series at 1-1. [The 700 Level]

D.A. Slip-Up Lets Cop Off the Hook. A Philadelphia police officer charged with having a woman strip and watch him masturbate during a drug raid in Kensington in 2009 is at least temporarily off the hook because a judge ruled that the District Attorney’s office violated his right to a speedy trial. Apparently, D.A. and witness vacation time caused the case to sit 550 days past the date it should have gone to trial. [Daily News]

Mayberry’s Late Double Lifts Phils. An eighth inning double off the bat of John Mayberry helped lift the Phillies to a 4-2 victory over the first place Atlanta Braves. [Phillies]