Three young women who went missing separately about a decade ago were found alive Monday in the same home just south of downtown Cleveland.
They had likely been tied up during years of captivity, said police, who arrested three men - all brothers - for the abductions that took place from 2002-2004.
One of the women who had been missing for the better part of a decade said she had been abducted and told a 911 dispatcher in a frantic call, "I'm free now."
Crowds gathered on the street near the home where the city's police chief said he thought Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight had been held.
They were in their teens or early 20s when they vanished.