Three Cleveland Women Found Alive After Being Reported Missing For A Decade Were Helped By A Neighbor

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Fatimah Mazhar
Three women who went missing separately almost ten years ago have been found alive in Ohio. Three men have been arrested who are allegedly involved in their disappearance.

Missing For A Decade

Three women who went missing separately almost ten years ago have been found alive in Ohio. Three men have been arrested who are allegedly involved in their disappearance.

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight along with a little girl were recovered from a residential house in Cleveland after one of them, Amanda Berry, managed to contact 911 when the owner of the house was away.

A neighbor spoke to the media and told that he heard shouting and screaming coming from the house and went up to the porch where he found a girl who then told him to help her get out of that house and call for help. Berry called up 911 and told her name, location and also that she had gone missing for over a decade. You can watch the neighbor’s statement in the video below:

Amanda Berry was 16 years old when she went missing in 2003 and Gina DeJesus was just 14 when she disappeared. Knight is 32 years old and was kidnapped in 2002.

This is indeed a moment of extreme happiness and joy for all the relatives and families of the kidnapped women. They have been waiting eagerly outside the gates of MetroHealth Medical Center to greet their loved ones along with the FBI who are looking into the case and further investigating the kidnappings.

The details of the kidnappers have not been revealed yet.

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