Amanda Berry, one of the three Cleveland women found alive Monday after vanishing a decade ago, embraced her sister during an emotional reunion — one their family held out hope for all these years.
Berry, now 27, met her older sister, Beth Serrano, at the hospital following her incredible escape from the home where she and two other women were apparently held against their will by three brothers.
Also hospitalized was a 6-year-old girl whom Berry reportedly gave birth to while in captivity.
Berry went missing on April 21, 2003 — a day before she turned 17 — after leaving her job at a Burger King. She was on her way home to celebrate her birthday.