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Tonight we'll have the latest developments on the plane that plunged into the Hudson River. We learned today that the Airbus 320 is missing both engines. They are somewhere on the river bottom, apparently they fell off after impact on the water.
The engines are vital to the investigation. We'll tell you what will be done to retrieve them.
We also have new details on the heroic pilot who landed the plane on the river. C.B. "Sully" Sullenberger spoke with both President Bush and President-elect Obama today. And his wife spoke to the media, calling her husband "a very humble guy."
She also talked about the call she got from him after the splash landing. "When he called and said there had been an incident. You know I thought he had,you know, run into something in the parking lot out of the airport," said Lorrie Sullenberger.
Tonight we'll also show you what Capt. Sullenberger may have faced inside the cockpit. 360's Gary Tuchman strapped himself into a flight simulator to get a sense of what it might have been like on U.S. Airways Flight 1549.
And, don't miss John King's CNN exclusive interview with President-elect Obama, four days before the inauguration. They cover everything from his date with history to whether he'll keep his blackberry and how his kids are taking it all.
Those stories and more tonight on AC360°.
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