Originally posted on CBS New York:
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CLEVELAND (CBSNewYork) — When three women were found alive in Cleveland a decade after disappearing, Long Island kidnapping victim Katie Beers said she was flooded with a rush of buried memories.
Beers told 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera she was thrilled that the women — Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight – were safe.
“It’s phenomenal. I am so ecstatic that these women have been found alive. I just hope that psychologically and physically that they’re well, and that if they’re not, that they’ll be able to get there,” Beers said.
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She said their ordeal was likely even worse than her own horrifying experience.
“I cannot even fathom. I mean, my abduction was 17 days long. It was hell. I was being held by somebody I…
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