Category: Media & Culture / May 7, 2013 1:38 PM EDT
People cheered and chanted as three women who went missing ten years ago were released from captivity in Cleveland, Ohio:
"We hear this girl going nuts on the door, so when I come out the house and look, I say, 'Well that don't look right'."
"I took her. I pried the door open so she could climb through there, because how he has the door is that you can't open the door completely. He has it locked some kind of way."
"She said, 'No, I'm Amanda Berry and this is his daughter because he was raping me.' I said, 'Oh!'."
"I've been here 33 years and I ain't seen nothing like that. We've been out here on four-wheelers and everything. I've seen him with babies and everything, but like they said, we thought they was his grandbabies."
"I hope that she is alive and that her dreams do come true."
The three women were released on Tuesday from a medical center. The three men accused of holding the women captive for a decade are in police custody.