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first order, no delivery fee. next tonight chilling new details in the murder of a young woman in new jersey that made national headlines. a friend convicted. tonight, several developing the motive greed. now the secretly recorded stories as we come on. the triple threat. confession that helped crack the extreme winter weather hitting from coast to coast. a blast of snow striking the case. here's amy robach. >> reporter: it was a shocking murder confession. northeast tonight as a new major >> it took me a half an hour to kill her. >> reporter: liam mcatasney storm takes aim at the west ready to sweep across the country. describing how he strangled his friend, 19-year-old sarah stern. ginger zee standing by with the weekend track. >> she goes to walk out the front door. i choke her out, drag her. the deadly high-rise crash. the plane slamming into the 16th floor or an apartment building before crashing on to a pool >> reporter: the friend who secretly helped police record deck filled with construction that confession -- workers. anthony curry, now speaking out the stinging message tonight for the first time. for president trump from the >> it's heartbreaking in a sense, you know. parents of otto warmbier, who somebody who's your good friend. you don't think they would do died after being held hostage in something like that. why they're speaking out about >> reporter: this newly released video revealing more chilling details. kim jong-un and how the president responded late today. >> i grabbed her legs. the big league baseball we got her over the fence. executive caught on camera >> reporter: stern's junior prom physically struggling with his date, preston taylor, here wife who cries out for help. showing police how he helped
mcatasney dump stern's body off what the ceo is saying tonight a bridge. and the reaction major league >> liam had her by the shoulders baseball moments ago. terrifying confrontation, a and hoisted her up onto the former patient attacking her railing, and then i pushed her feet over so she was going over therapist with a hunting knife inside her office. the rest of the way. >> reporter: their ultimate goal? the desperate 911 calls and the steal stern's inheritance money locked in a safe. chilling moment police arrive. mcatasney's own words sealing his fate this week in a new jersey courtroom. >> guilty. and count down to launch. >> guilty. >> guilty. >> reporter: did you feel the ambitious plans to send anything in that moment? >> yeah, i felt that sarah got americans back into space. some justice. good evening. it's all about her. it's great to have you with us >> reporter: what would you say on a busy friday night. to liam mcatasney if he were sitting here? i'm tom llamas. >> you're an evil person. you shouldn't exist on this we begin with the triple threat earth. of winter storms moving across >> a powerful statement right there. and amy joins us now on set. the country. millions bracing for snow, ice amy, you were telling me sarah stern's body was never found, so they needed this confession. and heavy rain. >> reporter: that's right, tom.. the northeast getting hit with a in fact, sarah's dad says second round of snow. 20 inches of rain falling in without that recorded confession they probably never would have northern california. at least one person swept away known what happened to her. by flash flooding. liam mcatasney now faces life in prison without parole for the another major storm beginning its march from california all
the way to maine . airlines reporng >> so much more to this story. cancellations. thank you, amy. watch amy's full report on 20/20 abc's erielle reshef leading us itut in miesota. right here on abc. this semi jack-knifing in the u when we come back, saying good-bye to a tv legend. on the beltway outside washington d.c. remembering the sassy grandmother who made us laugh. ther trapped after a >> so if this is your normal commute, you want to stay way clear of this. plane slammed right into her >> reporter: in the west, bedroom. residents assessing the damage after record-breaking rains stay with us. inundated communities north of san francisco. month after month, the clock is ticking on irreversible joint damage. our will carr is in guerneville. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion. >> reporter: the water here is humira can help stop the clock. starting to go down fast, but you still have homes and prescribed for 15 years, businesses like this putt-putt course that are swamped. the damage is significant with humira targets and blocks a source of inflammation more rain on the way this weekend. >> reporter: those rains part of a major coast-to-coast storm, that contributes to joint pain now marching east. and irreversible damage. tom, tonight ice and snow vo: humira can lower your ability to fight infections. wreaking havoc here at laguardia airport. serious and sometimes fatal infections more than 650 flights delayed including tuberculosis, and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, here with another blast of snow as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, expected this evening and serious allergic reactions
another round later this weekend. >> it will be a travel mess in where certain fungal infections are common, parts of the country. and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, erielle, thank you. let's get to ginger zee with the are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. forecast. ginger, good evening. don't start humira if you have an infection. >> good evening, tom. take boston for example a city that has had 20 inches below onurer irrejoint damage. symptoms or sores. their average this season. they're snow starved. we're going to make a dent in right here. right now. humira. that this weeken a wionsin a low pressure system. tonight. we'll have the winter weather advisory from new york to boston. then we turn our attention to the west coast. that storm hitting tonight in northern california, denver has the saturday night snow. i want you to focus on right here. right now. ito take care of anyct messy situations.. mississippi, alabama and and put irritation in its place.
georgia. damaging wind is the primary and if i can get comfortable threat. the low becomes a coastal system keeping this tookus sthe same with yours.can gg and impacts us sunday night into preparation h. get comfortable with it. monday morning, making for a difficult commute. tom? >> we'll stay tracking both the storms through the weekend. ginger, thank you. now to the frightening scene in ft. lauderdale. a small plane crashing into a high-rise. petype 2 diabetesng authorities say the plane with food family, and the slammed into the 18-story pill that starts with "f." farxiga, along with diet and exercise building. surveillance video showing the helps lower a1c in adults with type 2 diabetes. plane's final moments. the pilot trying to pull up. although it's not for weight loss the banner catching part of the it may help you lose weight. do not take if allergic to farxiga. symptoms of a serious allergic reaction include rash, buildi building. swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing. abc's victor oquendo is there for us tonight. stop taking and seek medical help right away. >> reporter: tonight, the plane's crumpled wreckage still tell your doctor right away if you have lying 160 feet below where it slammed into the side of this red color in urine, or pain while you urinate high-rise. >> the caller's advising that the plane crashed into his or a genital area infection apartment. since a rare but serious genital infection may be life-threatening. do not take farxiga if you have severe kidney problems,
>> reporter: a banner trailing are on dialysis or have bladder cancer. the plane seems to get caught. inside you can see the damage. other serious side effects ininfectionsasand bacterl in women and men, urinary tract infections, this yellow banner plane was in the air for 90 minutes before low blood sugar, and sudden kidney problems. crashing in between the 16 and 17th floor of this fort lauderdale condo, leaving that stop taking farxiga and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis, gaping hole. >> i heard a loud bang, and then which is serious and may lead to death. a couple seconds later there was a crash. >> reporter: the pilot, the only ask your doctor about farxiga person on board, did not and visit farxiga.com for savings. y aoryod dition,arxiga.com survive. construction crews were working on the deck below at the time of the crash while residents were asazeca may be able to help. inside the building. incredibly, none of them injured by the falling aircraft. >> it could have been much worse? >> it could have been time for our index. substantially worse with a lot a miracle survival caught on more injuries on scene. camera in florida. >> tom, we're learning in 2015 a 17-year-old stunned but alive trapped in debris and in the wall moments after a small plane this same plane had an engine crashed right into her winter haven, florida home during a training flight one week ago. failure. that plane is behind me. the ntsb is here and they'll be that teen freed, suffering only heading the investigation. minor injuries. the flight instructor did not tom? we want to turn to politics survive. the cause of the crash still and we move to the white house. under investigation. president trump facing new the manhunt intensifying for
backlash. the president seeming to anger a hit and run driver wanted for the parents of otto warmbier who a crash in sarasota. died after being in prison by the driving of the man making an the regime. illegal left turn clipping a the warmbiers issuing a car. the teenager behind the wheel in blistering statement after the critical condition. president defended kim jong-un the mini van driver leaving the over their son's death. scene still at large. terry moran is at the white house. tony winning actress >> reporter: while president trump was enjoying his time with north korean dictator kim jong-un in hanoi -- >> i think very importantly the katherine helmond known for her relationship is very strong. roles on "soap" and sassy >> reporter: -- fred and cindy warmbier kept silent. today, they broke that silence, declaring in an extraordinary statement -- grandma on "who's the boss." "we have been respectful during this summit process. tony danza calling her a now we must speak out." national treasure. their son, otto warmbier, arrested in north korea in katherine helmond was 89 years 2016 while on an adventure tour, old. the beloved school custodian paraded before cameras. his terrified, anguished confession -- in need of a hea kidney. >>le stkef mystt by kim. thkids who stand behind him. it's america strong next. next. welcome to fowler, indiana. 17 months later, otto warmbier was dead, flown home in a coma one of the windiest places in america.
after being brutalized in north korean custody. and home to three bp wind farms. in 2018, president trump invited the warmbiers to the state of the union and pointedly blamed in the off-chance the wind ever stops blowing here... kim for their son's death. >> the dictatorship sentenced the lights can keep on shining. thanks to our natural gas. a smart partner to renewable energy. otto to 15 years of hard labor, it's always ready when needed. before returning him to america or... not. at bp, we see possibilities everywhere. last june, horribly injured and to help the world keep advancing. on the verge of death. our grandparents checked zero times a day. >> reporter: but in hanoi the times change. eyes haven't. that's why there's ocuvite. president seemed to absolve the screen light... sunlight... longer hours... eyes today are stressed. but ocuvite has vital nutrients... dictator. >> he felt badly about it. in those prisons and those camps you have a lot of people and ...to help protect them. some really bad things happened ocuvite. eye nutrition for today. to otto, some really bad things. but he tells me he didn't know about it, and i will take him at his word. >> reporter: today, the you wouldn't accept an incomplete job warmbiers were blunt -- from any one else. why accept it from your allergy pills? "kim and his evil regime are responsible for the death of our flonase sensimist relieves all your worst symptoms, son otto." including nasal congestion, and without mentioning the president, they rebuked him for which most pills don't. and all from a gentle mist his bromance with the dictator. you can barely feel. >> he likes me, i like him. flonase sensimist. some people say "well, you you can barely feel. shouldn't like him." i say "why shouldn't i like what do you look for i want free access to research. him?" i like him. we get along great. yep, td ameritrade's got that.
free access to every platform. >> reporter: "kim and his evil yeah, that too. regime are responsible for i want to know what i'm paying upfront. unimaginable cruelty and inhumanity," the warmbiers said. yes, absolutely. everything you want. one low price. td ameritrade. "no excuses or lavish praise can ♪ change that." ok look, if you're not the lead dog, >> terry moran joins us from the the scenery never changes. that's why this is the view for every other full-size pickup. white house. and this year, it's déjà vu all over again terry, president trump responding to the warmbier 'cuz only the ford f-150 with its high strength, family saying he was misinterpreted, but his words military-grade aluminum alloy body were clear. >> they were. gives you best-in-class torque, best-in-class payload... president trump has gushed about and you got it, baby... kim jong-un. best-in-class towing. he said literally we fell in still leading the pack. love. this is the big dog! he's insisting tonight that does this is the ford f-150. not change his relationship with it doesn't just raise the bar, pal. the warmbiers. he praised them and tweeted i it is the bar. love otto and think of him ♪ ♪ often. i can do more to lower my a1c. tom? >> thank you, terry. because my body can still make its own insulin. the white house also pushing back about questions concerning and i take trulicity once a week to activate my body to release it, security clearance for jared like it's supposed to. kushner. "the new york times" r objectio trulicity is not insulin. it starts acting in my body from the first dose and continues to work when i need it, 24/7.
officials. democrats giving the white house trulicity is an injection until monday to turnover all to improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes documents monday on kushner's when used with medicine to treat diabetes, security clearance. oru haype et or diabetic ketoacidosis. here's pierre thomas. don't take trulicity if you or your family >> reporter: congressional democrats today putting the white house on notice, setting a monday deadline to hand over have medullary thyroid cancer, documents related to jared kushner's top secret you're allergic to trulicity, security clearance. or have multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2. the documents were requested five weeks ago. now, in a sternly worded letter, house oversight committee stop trulicity and call your doctor right away chairman elijah cummings says he if you have symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, is asking for the "final time." it comes after the "new york times" reported president trump a lump or swelling in your neck, ordered former white house chief or severe stomach pain. serious side effects may include pancreatitis. of staff john kelly to give his son-in-law the clearance last year over the objection of the taking trulicity with a sulfonylurea or insulin cia and the white house counsel. increases your low blood sugar risk. in january trump said he had nothing to do with any of it. common side effects include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, >> did you tell general kelly or anyone else at the white house abdominal pain, and decreased appetite. to overrule security officials? these can lead to dehydration, which may worsen kidney problems. >> no, i don't think i have the authority to do that. i choose once-weekly trulicity to activate my within. i'm not sure i do. but i wouldn't -- i wouldn't do if you need help lowering your a1c, it. >> reporter: ivanka trump telling abc news the same just ask your doctor about once-weekly trulicity. weeks ago. >> the president had no involvement pertaining to my clearance or my husband's
clearance, zero. >> reporter: today, the white house refusing to confirm or di deny "the new york times" report, but that are saying this. >> i will tell you the president has the absolute right to do what was described. >> pierre, let's be clear. congress is giving the white house until monday to turnover any documents related to jared kushner's top security clearance? >> that's right, tom. monday is the deadline. if the request is ignored, expect a subpoena. next tonight disturbing images made public showing san francisco giants ceo in a finally tonight, america physical confrontation with his wife. strong. mr. d. back at work after here's marci gonzalez. receiving not one, but two organ >> reporter: tonight police say they are investigating this fight -- >> oh, my god! >> reporter: between san transplants and the whole school francisco giants' ceo larry baer and his wife. there to greet him. tmz posting this video showing >> reporter: when the doors of baer trying to grab a cell phone pole green elementary opened and
out of her hand hands, as she screams for help. 59-year-old tyrees dandridge saw >> oh, my god, help! all this commotion, all this joy, he realized just how lucky >> reporter: then falls out of her seat and onto the ground as he was. he pries the phone away. afterward, you hear pam baer still shouting in the background as her husband tells her to stop. organ lant. but not just o - >> [ bleep ] stop. >> reporter: baer later telling a new heart and new kidney. the "san francisco chronicle" -- "my wife and i had an unfortunate public argument related to a family member, and he waited and prayed and somehow she had an injured foot and she fell off her chair in the course of the argument." got both. a double transplant. baer reportedly went on to say >> i thank him for looking at me he apologized to his wife, 'cause a lot of people are still waiting on kidneys and heartr:h the couple calling situation po gen are thankful too. embarrasses. for nearly 20 years tyrees, major league baseball tells us they're working to gather more known as mr. d., has worked information. tom? as a custodian in the richmond, >> marci, thank you. virginia, school. on monday he returned, t now police reasing by school's 600 students, teachers, and staff all there for the warm caideo of former patient armed with a knife her therapor and very loud welcome back. hallways decorated with hearts, each one painted by a student. second life or death decision. mr. d giving out hugs and high
fives. amidst all the celebration, it clayton sandell has the details. has not been lost on mr. d just how blessed he truly is. >> reporter: a panicked 911 call sends officers racing in. >> i've been stabbed! >> okay, who stabbed you? >> reporter: the voice on the line -- a mental health >> thank god for giving me a second chance. therapist in fullerton, california, attacked by a former thank god for looking at me. patient seen walking in moments earlier with a hunting knife. >> tonight we thank mr. d. and >> help me, i've been stabbed! >> reporter: that patient, katherine brazeau, had been treated by the therapist for three years until they had a falling out. pole green elementary for the therapist got a restraining order. brazeau allegedly making sharing that story. repeated threats. we thank you for watching on a >> she makes it clear that the friday night. i'm tom llamas. therapist is going to die. good night. >> reporter: the two veteran officers try to get in, but the door is locked. >> fullerton police department. anybody inside come out with your hands up. >> reporter: so they kick it in. as brazeau raises the knife again, both officers open fire. [ gunshots ] and that breaking news is in brazeau, shot seven times and oakland where an agreement has was killed. the therapist survived. been reached on a tentative this entire incident from last may was over in just three minutes. contract to end the the district attorney determined the two officers acted seven-day-old teachers strike. reasonably in order to save a life. tom? good afternoon. thank you for joining us. >> let's take a live look inside
>> clayton sandell with that chilling video. taylor memorial united methodist clayton, thank you. news about the crash of the church where the meeting will start in just a half an hour. amazon cargo plane near houston. but first we are told some teachers aren't happy the ntsb recovering the black box. three crew members were killed. deal. >> abc 7's leslie brinkley has no word yet on what caused the more. leslie. >> reporter: what they're crash. spacex and nasa hours away offering is a 14% compensation package. from relaunching america's manned space program. that's 11% in a salary bump and 3% one-time bonus. it's a far cry from four days it's set to launch early ago when it was a 4% and 2%. tomorrow morning with a dummy on but as always, the devil is in board. if all goes well, we may take the details. >> we have a tentative americans into space. agreement. much more ahead, the miracle >> reporter: it was total chaos survivor caught on camera. outside this school near lake a teenager caught inside her merritt as news filtered out bedroom after the plane slammed that a tentative agreement had into her home. been reached in the seven-day plus the young woman killed teachers strike. >> you have 24 hours to go by her friend. the alleged motive through it, to see
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