This is an unbelievable breaking story out of Cleveland, Ohio. A story that started out terrible but has a good ending. Three women who’ve been missing for a decade have all been found and all are safe.

The three woman found alive yesterday all disappeared in Cleveland a decade ago under different circumstances at different times, but all three of them were found in a house close to where they disappeared.

27-year-old Amanda Berry is one of the women.  She was kidnapped in April of 2003, at age 16.  She managed to signal a neighbor for help yesterday.  He let her and her young daughter out of the house and then called 911. There's no word who the father of Amanda's daughter is.

The other women in the house were 23-year-old Gina DeJesus, who disappeared in April of 2004 at age 14, when she was walking home from school and 32-year-old Michele Knight, who disappeared in August of 2002 when she was 21.

The owner of the house is a 52-year-old former school bus driver named Ariel Castro, and he's been arrested.  Police also arrested his 50-year-old younger brother, and his 54-year-old older brother, although neither of them lived there.

For now, the women are being treated at a hospital and are reuniting with their families.


Here's the man who helped let the girl out of the house:

Source: NBC News