Transcript for Manhunt underway for 2 escaped Phoenix inmates
Time now for the "Index." And the manhunt for two inmates who escaped from a prison outside of Phoenix. Authorities say John charpiot and David Harmon broke into a tool shed by removing an ac unit and breaking through the wall. They then used the tools to cut through a security fence. The two are serving lengthy prison sentences for child sex abuse and kidnapping. A $25,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of each inmate. And in L.A., an incredible rescue that started with a terrifying accident. Take a look. The vehicle seen flying off an overpass in downtown Los Angeles, crashing into trees alongside a highway. Police attempting to save the driver, trapped inside the burning wreckage. Firefighters eventually pulling him to safety. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Police believe speed was a factor. And the alleged drug kingpin under arrest tonight. Reportedly taken into custody at Amsterdam's international airport. The chinese-born Canadian national is accused of running "The company," one of the world's biggest meth cartels. He has been compared to drug lords El Chapo and Pablo Escobar. 20 global agencies had been working to track him down. He previously served prison time in the U.S. For drug trafficking.
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