Cleveland Kidnap Survivors Receive 2-Minute Standing Ovation

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight received Ohio Gov. John Kasich's annual courage award.
3:00 | 02/25/14

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Finally three Cleveland win. You remember survived a decade of captivity the hands of kidnappers aerial Castro are being honored for their strength. And their spirit Ohio's governor awarded a man to -- And unity casings and Michelle might medals of courage calling them extraordinary victors. Not victims. They rescued themselves. First by staying strong. And by sticking together. Okay. Let -- clap for women got a two minute standing ovation to support their first public appearance together. Since they escapes. And again we wish all three of the very best as they return to lives about millions and we continue to think of them are right.

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