Transcript for Turpin daughter's 911 call released
What's In Your Wallet? ��� For the first time, we're hearing a 17-year-old girl's 911 call for help, saving her 12 siblings locked up. Here's Matt Gutman. I've never been out. I don't go out much. Reporter: It's a child's voice, but this is a young woman's plea for help and this 911 call will save her 12 brothers and sisters from their parents' captivity. And how many of your siblings are tied up? Two of my sisters, one of my How are they tied up, with rope or with what? With chains. They're chained up to their bed. Reporter: This 911 audio exclusively obtained by ABC news would help convict the 17-year-old's parents on charges including torture and false imprisonment. The turpin children, then ages 2 to 29, all looked and sounded young because prosecutors say their parents starved them. And that house? Sometimes we live in filth. And sometimes I wake up and I can't breathe because how dirty the house is. When was last time you had a bath? I don't know. Almost a year ago. Reporter: That 17-year-old showing monumental courage. Her parents will be sentenced tomorrow, facing up to life in prison, David. All right, Matt Gutman on the case again for us. Thank you, Matt.
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