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Missing women found in Ohio released from hospital; three brothers arrested

The three women found alive in a Cleveland, Ohio home after being missing for years are now with their families after being released from the hospital.<br /> <b>Watch raw video from the scene in the story</b>
Updated: 10:00 a.m. Tuesday

Cleveland, OH (WSYR-TV/CNN) – The three women found alive in a Cleveland, Ohio home after being missing for years are now with their families after being released from the hospital.

The women – Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michele Knight – disappeared in separate cases between 2002 and 2004.

Three brothers, ages 52, 50 and 54 have been arrested in the case.

The three rescued women were in their teens when they disappeared. They were found together Monday along with a child that police say is Berry’s daughter.

The rescue happened thanks to a neighbor, Charles Ramsey, who was eating when he heard screaming from the home.

"I see this girl going nuts trying to get out of a house," he told ABC station WEWS. "I go on the porch and she says, 'help me get out. I've been in here a long time.'"

Ramsey thought that that it was a domestic dispute and kicked in the door. Then, Ramsey said a woman came out with a child and said, "Call 911, my name is Amanda Berry.”

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