Three long-missing women found alive in Cleveland house

By REUTERS
May 7, 2013 04:05

CLEVELAND - Three long-missing women believed to have been abducted years ago as teenagers were found alive on Monday at a house in Cleveland a short distance from where they were last seen, police said.

A neighbor in the westside Cleveland community was alerted to their presence by screams from the house and rushed to the dwelling where he found the women, one of whom used his cell phone to call emergency-911, according to Cleveland police.

All three women have since been taken to a hospital, where they were reported to be in good medical condition, police said.


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