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breaking news as we come on the air tonight. the deadly tornadoes. the watches late todayacss several states. 24 hours. two dozen twisters in in atlanta, the sirens. the system stretching from th south to the northeast. also, the state of emergency at this hour. seven dead. the wildfires out of control. fueled t breakin developments in plane cras tonight, what we hav just learned. what the pilot said moments bere the crash. > inside the meing. the dinner with president-elect donald trump and mittroey. and we have new reporting tonight, t post that could be given to sarah palin. the hou explosion. the mother of thre the family dog crawling out from the debris. and an abc news exclusive tonight. the mystery mom who vanished, the husband breaking his sence
revealwhat happened to her. good evening on this wednesday night. and we begin with those tornado sirens ringing out across several states. reoncerns lateoday we would see even more. and difficult weather int the night. these twisters have been adly. more than two dozen reported tornadoes from louisiana to tennessee. many striking as people slept. the who were awak sharing their stories now of racing i shelters. one of those tornadoes leveling parts of rosalie, alabama, inuding a daycare center. toght, this system reaching all the way up northeast, phillip mena in alabama.c's >> tornado waing. >> rorter: tonight, a fu-on tornado outbreak is hammering the south. this massive funnel cloud caught north of miramar beach, florida. water spoutin cra ashore. in atlanta, tornado sirens sou
>> y needo seek shelter immediately. >> reporter: this after more ts overght. >> it looks like a war zone up here. >> reporter: residents emerged from storm shelters to utter destruction. >> the damage here is absolutely >> rorter: at least three alabama.n the town of rolie, a too, ave ef-2. wind speeds over 11 miles an hour. this daycar in flat rock flattened. you can see the toys among the the storms cutting a deadly path fromississip -- >> we're really lucky nobodwas hurt here tonight. >> rorter: -- to tennesse where two moreeople we killedn the storm, as they stl deal with raging david, this bris, and the of this daycare center. is left neighbors telling us, this was one of the few placeshey t could take shelter when the storm hit
david? >> phillip mena leading us ofyo as the deadly tornadoes move through, another disaster playing out at incredible speed tonight. control.major wildfires out of the death tol late today rising. thousands ofamilies and tourists ring to g out. buthese fires have been moving so fast thatamilies found themselves surrounde by flames. abc's lzie janis w fr tennesse >> reporter: tonight, those high winds sparked at lst ei smoky mountains. these firefighters taking their first break 30 hours. hey'veot wavered. even the oneshat's lost everything. >> why is every cabin on fire? >> reporter: the death toll rising. now at least seven killedin the fires exploded sunday night, forcing thousands tolee for their les. >> go, go, go. >> it appears to be human . >> reporter: sever still missing.ae rd searchingor his wife anddauger.
>> reporter: reality setting in, the damage.d residts survey >> everything's gone. >> reporter: we went with travi cogdil as he got a look at h parents'e 43-year-olds. >> the kitchen table was rig there. >> reporter: the rube still oot to searchor his father's purple heart. >> fire can't take memories. and, so, we still got those. >> reporter: david, more than 700 buildings have been damed or destroyed. all that's left of t and many of those homeowners don't have fire insance. this could not have happened at aorse te with the holidays just weeks away. david? >> all right, linzie janis, thank you, on the fires,he rnadoes. and this sysm reaching all the way up to the northeas difficultving ong thei-95 corridor, right at the rush hour toni so, let's get rigo rob marciano, tracking it all for us. >> reporter: hi, david. another day here in the northeast of soaking rain. south.e rough stuff isn the soe begithere.
thats.a tornado warning out rig for charlotte, north carolin a dangerous situation there. you certainly want t be takin cover. and these storms roll all the way down to fla. with the bad has come the good. fi inches of record-breaking rainknoxville. some of that getting into the re zone, helping that situation for sure. tomorrow morning, the heavy rai moving into the northeast. wintry precip in through maine and heavy rain through boston. by tomoow, it moves offshore, and finally, some quiet weather for two days. that will be good. we also have new reporting tonight after that deadly plane crash. the horrific scene, that tea celebrating a cinderella season, then almost every one of them dying on that flight. thehagh gng in bad weather in colombia, with that brazili soccer team -boa this veo fmir sco knee we are now hearing recordingsf thes desper wordsn the final moments. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporr: tonig, the ues
team, come frohem t last words of the pilots. their short-haulet had flown nearly00iles, right at its pattern above medellin.put into the psadio the tower, a little more than seven minutes t pilot "total failure, electric, tal and fuel." e jet is now apparently gliding, on baery power. >> then th didn't have navigation system.ey had no wayt themlves at the airport, they had no way to intercept a safe glpath, mountains all around, very hil >> reporter: theilots desperately calng out for a m te final plea rs." for help. while investigators exami the black boxes, an outpouring of grief and love for the cinderella soccer team from
and so did tworew members.ved. one told a south americaorts between his legs, assumed the fetal posion and says that is the reason he survived. >> incrdible. dkerley, who cov , let's go bac fuel question for just a moment. all passeer jets are supposed to fly with plenty in reserve, as you've reported before. so, how did this happen? >> reporter: it's unn, how did these pilots not plan to have 45 minutes of pattern could have cause a problem, but this will be a focus of the investigation, david. >> dav kerley with us again tonight.n plosive case that made national headlines. tonight, the d.a. in chate has w revealed there will be noharges in the police shooeith lamont scott. prosecutors concluding the officers acted lawfully. abc's eva pilason why. >> don't you do ! >> reporter: tonight, no chaes for that officer who fired the
unrest in charlott >> it is my opinion tt officer vincent acted lawfully when he ot mr. scott. >> reporter: the district attorney today saying all edible evidence uncovered po to sco being armed, something scott's familyad disputed at the shootin scene. his wife saying he wasn't armed. >> drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. eporter: the d.a. now presenting this r c before the shooting. >> there was a guy parked next to us, rolling a joint who gun. >> reporter: and releasing this very say lens video from a nearby 7-leleven. eolster revealed. but in that police vio, you can never clearly see scott holding the weapon sparking the controrsy. now, d.a. concluding scott failed to comply with commands to drop his gun. the family disagreeing, asking wh a fath waiting to pick up
made that day in terms of how they confronted keith and whether ty used appropriate december escalate technies to end this situation in a way that didn't result in the loss of keith's life. >>orter: david, the family says it is sti not c if scott was holding a gun, and they areprofoundly disappointed th the d.a.'s decn not to prs charges. they are now considering pursuing a civil c vid? we turn next tonight to president-elt dond trump, and that dinner withitt mney. their second vublic meeting. so, is mitt romney going t get the job as secretary of or is this just a very public effort before he's passed over? also tonight, we've learned sarah palin could be up for a major role. abc's david wright on that. and mr. trump's new promise to separate his business from the white house. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump is vowing to quit the trump organization in order to
presidency is a far more important task." that sounds more like the donald trump from the campaign trail. if i become president, i couldn't care less about my company. it's peanuts. >> reporter: recently, he suggested he could do both, telling "the new york times, "the president can't have a con flekt of interest. >> nothing is written. in other words, in theory, i can be president of the united states and run my business 100%. been besieged by headlines raising concerns about his ongoing busi deals. today, trump tweeted, "while i'm no mandated to do this under the law, i feel it isisually important, as president, to in no way have a conflict of interest." he now says he is leaving his business in total, prosi details in a press conference with his kids next month. but having his children take over the business manot interestavoid conflicts of one piec america's business trump claims to have already
1,000 jobs at this carrier facty in indianapolis. workers were outr when company offials first outlined their plan. >> to move production from our facility in indiolis to monterey, mexico.>> repter: can reatened to call the ceo personally. >> it's not presidentialor the president of the united states to call up the head of carrier, "hello, this is the president." but i don't care, it's so much fun me some sort of deal. worked o details still unclea but the workers are thrilled. >> this is a victory for us little pe. >> reporter: trump plans to celebrate wi them tomorrow. the president-elect is n yet ready to celebra his choice of secrary of state. last night, a second audition for mi romneover frog legs at a fancy restaurant in one of trump's hotels. >> he did something iriedo
>>oreverind what romney said back in the primaries. >> donald p is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: but even after these two very public getting to know you sessions no deal yet. >> we'll wait and see. david wright joins u le from trump tower. and dad, we're learning t consideration for a spot in the trump cabinet? >> reporter: she could our next secretary of veterans palin has not yet been he to trump tower for a meeting, be you the two obviously know eac use the megaphone she's been given to help veterans. david? >> david wright, thank you. outgoing cia director john brennan with strong advise about the president-elect, involving iran, telling the bbct wou be, quote, disastrous to pull the plugn the nuclear deal would empower tehran's ays it hardliners and trigger a nuclear arm's race i the region.
next night, an exclusive interview on abc with the husband of that california woman, a mother that vanished while jogging, find by theide of the road weeks later. abc's matt gutman tonight with th husband, now descring at happened to his wife. >> reporter: tonight, sherri papini's husband keith is spea out, sitting down for an exclusive interswview with "20/20." in chifling detail,escribing aspects of his wife's she had ain around her waist waste. that is correct.er her head. >> her left hand was in the vehicl chaed to something. >> reporter: to make sure she didn't jump out of the car? >> she was chained any time she was in a vehicle. they opened the door, she doesn't know, because she had a bag over her head. they cut something to free her restraint that was hding her
vehicle. >>eporte until now, police only giving this diption of her abductors, two hispanic women, armedh a gun, driving a dark suv. but today, after anoer round of interviews with sherri papini,he sheriff revealing new details abohose suspects. >> suspect number oneas the younger of the two suspects. she had long, curly hair. she had a thick accent. she had suspect numberwo. sh had straight black hair wh some graying c. she had thick eyebrows. >> reporter: polic artists now working on a composite skch. >> she was held against her will and was isolated. and at times, sherri's head was covered. >> rorter: david, in the four hours i spent with keith papini, he revealed details about sherri's abduction, but also, about t harrowing moments just after her release. but he expressed mostmotion
david? >> matt gutman, our thanks to you tonight. and much more of matt's exclusive intervie with keith papini on a special edition of abc's ns "20/20," that's this friday night, 10:00 p.m. eastern. matt will take us step by step through this ordeal. in the meantime, there is stilluch more ahead onworld news tonight." the massive home explosion. the mother of three, the famil dog crawling out from the debris. firefighters investigating t cause. also, new developments in the urgent the dramatic capture of one of them, and where police are still searching tonight. and you he to see this. the thief stealin a pot of gold, right out of an armor's truck. you heard me right. the container so heavy, he had to keep putting it down. the reward tonight to find the gold now worth mor than $1.5 million. we'll be rig back. when i was diagnosed with pneumococcal pneum it was.
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the sandwich is, whene meat the two beef patties and the cheese and withhe lettuce and evythingit would slide off the sandwich. so, he put that bread in the middle and it became the big mac. >> reporter: when the burger turned 40, mcdonald's estimated it was selling 550 million a year. that's roughly 17macs every second. tonight, mcdonald's tweeting out their gratitude to that american grandfather, and quoting him. jim once saying, "i would never havere would turn into a piece of americana." jim was 98. and i want a big mac.
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