The California Highway Patrol has released the 911 call from a driver in a runaway Toyota Prius. The terrifying incident happened yesterday on a San Diego freeway. Tonight you'll hear the frantic call for help and you'll hear from the man who was at the wheel as his 2008 Prius reached speeds of over 90 miles per hour.
"I wont drive that car again," Jim Sikes' told CNN's Ted Rowlands. Both federal officials and Toyota are investigating the incident.
You may be wondering why he didn't shift into neutral. You'll hear his explanation.
We are also following the strange saga of Eric Massa, who resigned from Congress today. A lot of questions surround the decision by the upstate New York politician. There's talk of cancer, inappropriate language, a ticklefight and even a visit from White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel in the shower. Like I said, the strange saga of Erica Massa. We'll have the raw politics.
Plus, the dark secret of Bachelor Number One from "The Dating Game." Rodney Alcala, now 66, is a convicted serial killer. He was sentenced tonight in California. We'll give you the jury's decision.
Also tonight, two brothers who met the same deadly fate on the streets of Hollenbeck. Their mother shares her anguish as the LAPD searches for the killers. That's part of our special series "Homicide in Hollenbeck."
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET. See you then!
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