CBS Evening News for Monday, May 13, 2013
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(Cleveland: Dean Reynolds) Accounts from Jennifer Daunch, the Cleveland police dispatcher ordered the response to kidnap victim Amanda Berry’s 911 call, and police officer Anthony Espada, who was involved in the rescue of Berry, Gina DeJesus, & Michelle Knight from kidnapper Ariel Castro’s house presented; 911 call and police radio transmissions played; Espada’s police report remarks quoted. [DAUNCH – says she and her partner had a feeling it could be Berry; recalls Espada telling her he found them.]
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