CLEVELAND - The three missing women and child from Cleveland found alive Monday night are currently under FBI care at a remote location, according to Vicki Anderson of the FBI.
Anderson said the FBI has a victim specialist and child interview specialists working with the victims and their families.
The victims and their closest family members are being well taken care of and are getting the help they need, according to Anderson.
According to a spokesperson from MetroHealth Medical Center, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were released from the hospital at about 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Police interviewed the three women and said all were in good health and sound mind.
Investigators said they believe the women were at same house on Seymour Avenue the entire time they were missing.
One of the women flagged down a passerby Monday night, who helped them get out of the house and call 911. Berry had been missing for more than 10 years.
Police arrested three men who are all brothers, Ariel Castro, 52; Pedro Castro, 54; and Onil Castro, 50.
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