CLEVELAND - New video is now available of police breaking into the Cleveland home where three women were held captive for years.
A witness recorded the scene on her cellphone, just a few feet from the house.
Officers can be seen breaking down the door.. then rushing in to help the women. Amanda Berry had already made it outside when police arrived.
They rescued Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
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