Transcript for Families of Allegedly Abducted Women: An Emotional Rollercoaster
More on that rescue in Cleveland just miles from where their daughters were held captive. The Phillies and Amanda very Gina Gina -- -- Michelle night ten years in distress not knowing where their daughters wore when they would ever see them again. Here's ABC anchor David -- -- more on their emotional -- and -- such a struggle for so long to keep that hope alive. Gets really hard to imagine the struggle George for the last ten years these families who saw these young women vanished so many them fear that these we're gonna be lives cut short. They had no idea certainly -- as they drove down Seymour street not far from here that those women were trapped inside that house. This morning they're here at the hospital -- there was very families who feared this day would never come. It was the stunning news family members and friends had -- for. Hope for. For ten long years the families of Amanda -- -- dejesus and Michelle night searching desperately. Never giving up hope not only finding their daughters. But finding them alive Amanda -- disappeared in 2003. The date before she turned seventeen. I feel somebody did -- sent in -- -- adhesives disappearing when she was just fourteen in 2004. How to walk home from middle school. I had better -- -- time that my daughter will begin by. Amanda Berry disappeared we don't know what happened to Gina battle to find a missing Cleveland girls still waiting and still hoping -- their families keeping their loved ones stories that faces alive. Year after year tell me what my main -- I can mean a whole. The vigil held just last week for Nancy Ruiz is daughter Gina. Parents devotion even grabbing the attention of Oprah Winfrey. The decade of countless searches and rallies. And tips leading to false hope out there and there are trying to stay as strong as it -- committee think it's harder and harder for us. Everything easy it doesn't. With demand in -- disappearing within a year from one another their families grew -- common bond. Sharing their search efforts reuniting every April for the anniversaries of the girls disappearances. And sharing stories of the last time they -- their loved ones alive. She says my right here. And -- how we should get home and then he had -- -- -- and I think they -- later. Nevertheless they haven't heard from. Just last year -- mother said she believed her daughter was a victim of human trafficking -- -- -- from the beginning. She was sold to the highest -- if there was Amanda's mother will want to Miller who died in 2006 without ever knowing the -- over daughter's disappearance. -- often retraced her daughter steps and she bought a Christmas gift for her daughter every year for into one day give all of those gifts toward daughter in person. Or no answer is. And not only not a -- not enough and that's. That's what's hard because you know -- a mother who would not survive to hear her daughter's voice in that phone call to 911. Ending a ten year nightmare. And Marianne I don't know -- -- boom years. That part of the story so bittersweet this morning but to give united a community really painting itself. Amanda various cousin was contacted him was told of the news and she couldn't believe its executives she was my best friend and somebody -- and said she is your best friend she's alive. And one last little signal school bus just went by here in the bus driver honked the horn gave it a thumbs up. A whole community celebrating -- this morning they certainly know why we're here.
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