Home invasion, kidnapping survivor Denise Huskins on life today with baby daughter

Huskins and her now-husband Aaron Quinn had a daughter five years to the day that her abductor released her. "There is a happy ending, and it's her," Huskins said.
0:48 | 06/03/21

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Transcript for Home invasion, kidnapping survivor Denise Huskins on life today with baby daughter
Looking after he got married. You have a little girl she is point five years of the day. My release. So. It displays an incredible. Sesame rebirth have you thought about what you will tell your daughter Wednesday about. Any of this teller everything all know a lot of what we wrote about. It's tragic and sad. We really love story there's a happy ending. It's her I just feeling she just seemed to me but he's at least some room in the next thing. Giving me more than. Together now.

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