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05-07-13, 09:47 PM #1
Neighbor who helped abducted women escape and call 911 hailed as hero"This girl is kicking the door and screaming," he told WKYC-TV."So I go over there ... and I say, 'Can I help? What’s going on?' And she says, 'I’ve been kidnapped, and I’ve been in this house a long time. I want to leave right now.'"Ramsey said he helped her kick in the door so she could climb out with her child, and then he called 911.
The next day, Ramsey reflected that he didn't have much choice but to get involved, because that's how he was raised."My father would have whupped the hell out of me if I cowered out," he said.He only wishes he had the opportunity to act sooner, making somewhat ominous references to a coroner and white sheets."We would have handled that, bro," he told WKYC.
Chuck Ramsey: Definition of a hero, bro - U.S. News
05-07-13, 09:48 PM #2Charles Ramsey: 'Hey bro I'm at 2207 Seymour Avenue, West 25th. Hey check this out, I just came from McDonalds right? And I'm on my porch eating my little food and this broad is trying to break outa the f***ing house next door to me.
'There was a bunch of people on the street right now and sh** and we are like, "Whats wrong with you, whats the problem?"
'And she's like, "This mother f***er has kidnapped me and my daughter". Said her name is Linda Berry or some shit. I don't know who the fuck that is, I just moved over here bro.'
Dispatcher: 'Sir you have to clam down and slow down, is she still in the street?'
Ramsey: Seymour Avenue.
Dispatcher: Is she still in the street or where did she go?
Ramsey: Yeah I'm looking at her, she right now. She calling you all, she on the other phone.
Dispatcher: Is she black, white or Hispanic?
Ramsey: Err she white, but the baby look Hispanic.
Dispatcher: Okay what is she wearing?
Ramsey: Err white tank top, light blue sweat pants, like a wife-beater.
Dispatcher: Do you know the address next door that she said she was in?
Ramsey: Yes 2207, I'm looking at it.
Dispatcher: Okay I thought that was your address, that house.
Ramsey: No No, I'm smarter than that bro, I'm telling you where the crime was, not my house.
Dispatcher: Sir we can't talk at the same time, do you want to leave your name and number?
Ramsey: Charles Ramsey, R-A-M-S-E-Y
Dispatcher: Are the people she said that did this do you know if they are still in the house?
Ramsey: I don't have a f***ing clue, bro, I just got out of McDonald's.
Dispatcher: Can you ask her if she needs an ambulance.
Ramsey: You need an ambulance, or what? She needs everything, she's in a panic bro, she's been kidnapped so you know put yourself in her shoes.
Dispatcher: We'll send the police out. Thank you.
The 911 call (NSFW):
05-07-13, 10:14 PM #3
Love how his natural instinct is to duck when he hears the police siren.
05-08-13, 10:12 PM #4
It was only a matter of time until someone turned this into an auto tune song. Now how long before he becomes a paid spokesperson for McDonalds?
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05-09-13, 05:18 PM #5
Mcdonalds has commented.
NEW YORK – McDonald's says it will reach out to a man widely quoted in accounts of the three women who were found in Cleveland after they went missing about a decade ago.
Read more: McDonald's tells Cleveland hero: 'We'll be in touch' | Fox News
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05-10-13, 11:27 AM #7
He may have a criminal past, but he did the right thing at the right time this time. It is a shame when people get lauded for simply doing what is right, but that's because it's a rare thing anymore. Encourage steps in the right direction. It's a start.\\` ` ` ` < ` )___/\
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