Missing Cleveland Woman's 911 Call

Listen to Amanda Berry's emergency call to report that she's alive after being kidnapped in 2003.
1:53 | 05/07/13

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You're watching America this morning. America's number 1 -- early morning news. I heard some of stunning 911. Call that Amanda -- -- to Cleveland police there. And Evans -- and nowadays such calls are anticipated part of a major crime story Amanda -- is truly incredible here's more of this extended 911 call -- us. Yeah. -- Yeah. -- you need police fire ambulance I couldn't help -- -- what's going on there. And I wouldn't completely. Yeah -- yeah okay and what's your address I'll wait until. We chose seven world particularly yeah and occasionally they'll look yeah. Yeah. Yeah -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah. Are open. Yeah Matt yeah -- candidate OK I finally yeah. -- China and went out. The name and implement. The do you know I'm very adamant unknown dry cleaners okay I can I get a -- 300. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Again that's part of the remarkable emergency 911 phone call made by a man to bury the three women vanished within just a few blocks of each other years apart. -- very left her job at a burger king and disappeared a year later -- dejesus was walking home from school in the same area when she went missing. And then Michelle night left a cousin's house not far away.

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