Hear From the Survivors of the Columbia Plane Crash

At least 71 people were killed in the tragic soccer charter collision.
1:31 | 12/01/16

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Next tonight here, an ABC news exclusive. Husband of that missing mother in California who vanished weeks later, found bound with chains on the side of the road. Her husband revealing what happened in those moments after she was pushed from the car. Reporter: Tonight, with his wife's kidnappers still out there, Keith papini's cautious. Keith agreed to meet with us on the condition that we do it here at an undisclosed location, in the middle of nowhere. In an exclusive interview with 20/20, Keith papini describes his wife's harrowing release. And at this point, she has no idea where she is at, and then ran to the freeway. She was coughing up blood from screaming. Just another sign of how my wife, she's so wonderful, maybe people aren't stopping because I have a chain. I broke out of prison. She tried to tuck in her chain under her clothes. Reporter: Changed and beaten. Hair cut off. Still wrestling with it. For the first time we're learning that the same two women who released Sherri were the ones who abducted her, Keith said at gun point. David.

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