Here's what's trending for December 7.


Friends and family are stunned after the death of a 16-year-old Allentown Central Catholic student. After being involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer early Saturday morning, Ryan Carbone apparently got out of his vehicle to warn drivers of the accident. That's when he was struck and killed by another tractor-trailer. Father Mark Searles says the family is relying on faith to get them through the ordeal. "How could a terrible tragedy happen to them. But they have a trust that he's with God in a better place and will see him again. It's the beautiful hope of our faith," Searles says. Searles describes Ryan as a great friend, student and part of the Allentown Central Catholic family. A GoFundMe page has been established for the family.

The Salisbury Township Police Department is asking for your help in finding a woman who disappeared after leaving to pick up a fare through either the Lyft or Uber rideshare apps. Eleanor Camacho was last seen leaving her apartment on South Cedar Crest Boulevard last Thursday around 5pm in her 2015 Buick SUV with Pennsylvania tags. The 58-year-old woman is described as about five-fee four-inches tall, weighing about 185 pounds, with brown, wavy, medium length hair and hazel eyes. If you think you've seen her or her vehicle, call the Salisbury Township PD at 610-797-1447.

One person is hospitalized after a pickup truck crashed into a home in Northampton borough over the weekend. It happened around 9:30 Sunday night in the 600 block of Walker Drive, near Howertown Road. It appears the truck drove off the road, through a yard, and into the back of the home, causing a patio roof to collapse on top of the truck. We're not being told yet if the person taken to the hospital was the driver or someone inside the home, or how badly hurt that individual is. The investigation into what caused the wreck continues.

One person was rescued after an apartment fire that broke out around 9 o'clock Saturday night in an apartment in the 200 block of Ann Street in Easton. The victim was pulled out of the building by firefighters and was being treated at the LVHN burn unit. The condition of the victim is unknown. Firefighters were able to contain the fire to the one apartment. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Pennsylvania is confirming a state prisoner has died of COVID-19 complications. The 77-year-old, who had underlying medical conditions, was transferred from SCI Smithfield to a hospital in Clearfield County, where he died.

New Jersey is once again breaking its own record after reporting more than 6000 COVID-19 infections for the first time. Sunday's numbers come just two days after the state reported more than 5000 cases for the first time. The state also reported 16 confirmed deaths related to the coronavirus.

Tougher restrictions on outdoor gatherings throughout New Jersey to into effect today. Gov. Phil Murphy says outdoor gatherings will be now be limited to 25 people, down from 150. Wedding ceremonies, funerals, memorial services, and religious and political activities are not subject to the outdoor gatherings limit.

After completing just six of 15 passes, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was removed from the game in the third quarter and replaced by rookie Jalen Hurts. Head coach Doug Pederson explains why he made the move. "I just felt that we needed that spark today whereas in the past I felt that it could've been injuries in other spots. It could've been the way other positions had been playing, not necessarily the quarterback position at the time," Pederson said. Hurts ended up going 5-for-12 with a touchdown and interception in the Eagles 30-16 loss at Green Bay. Pederson declined to say who his quarterback will be this Sunday when the Eagles take on the Saints.