Safety Director Martin Flask.
CLEVELAND -- Safety Director Martin Flask details the investigation regarding Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight -- the three women who were found alive at a home on Seymour Ave. after being missing for years.
During a Tuesday morning press conference, Flask broke down the timing of the response Monday when officers responded to the scene.
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In addition, he revealed that authorities searched through their records to see if any emergency calls had been made to the home where the women were held.
There were none.
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