dropping these 1,500-pound sandbags northwest of alexandria. and the sabine river, now shutting down a major highway, interstate 10. the swollen waterways devastating communities along the border with texas. our philip mena is in deweyville. >> reporter: here in deweyville, water just keeps coming, shattering 100-year-old flood records here. >> reporter: russell losing both his home and his restaurant. >> all washed away. there are just no words for it. >> reporter: and david, the severe weather not over yet. here in chicago, and across a huge chunk of the midwest, tonight, bracing for another tornadoes. david? >> all right, standing by there in chicago, alex, thank you. ginger zee tracking it all and, again, jinger, this affects millions of voters? david. this area of severe weather reaches all the way from parts of northeast missouri to southwest michigan. the enhanced threat area has a tornado watch that is in effect for tonight until 9:00 p.m. so, cities like peeloria, springfield, all on alert. this is going to move to the north and east.
., the plane takes off from alexandria, bound for cairo. an airbus a-320, 55 passengers, seven crew on board on a 45-minute flight. but the plane diverts, heads north over the mediterranean. passengers are quietly told by crew members they're hijacked. farah el dibany was sitting near the front of the plane. what went through your mind? >> well, i thought we would either end up in the sea, he would just take the plane, crash it in the sea and just die, or he's going to explode. >> reporter: about an hour and 20 minutes later, the plane lands in cyprus. the standoff begins. the suspect, seif eldin mustafa, and he claims to be wearing an suicide belt packed with explosives. >> we still didn't think that he would leave. he would just let us go. he thought, we're going to stay in the plane until they negotiate. so, we were still terrified. >> reporter: mustafa demands to see his ex-wife, who lives in cyprus. but soon, he releases most of the passengers, and they board buses. but he keeps four passengers and seven crew as hostages. as the mornin
found him carrying a virginia driver's license and credit cards, identifying him as mohammed khweis of alexandria, virginia. outside that address in suburban washington, d.c. today, just 12 miles from the white house, two members of the family became upset with reporters and then turned the water hose on them, denying anyone in their family isis. >> watch your mouth! >> no, no, no. >> reporter: this young american captured on the battlefield, one of some 250 believed to be with terror groups in iraq and syria, will likely now be sent home to virginia in handcuffs, david. >> brian ross with us tonight. brian, thank you. >>> and when we come back here on a monday, the alert over super bugs tonight, and patients leaving the hospital. the new medical headline. those bugs many patients might be taking with them when they leave the hospital. spreading across this country. but who was behind the early reveal? the investigation now under way tonight. we'll be right back. n' red carpet ready. my man, lemme guess who you're wearing... toenail fungus!? whaaat?!? fight it! with jublia. jublia is a prescripti
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