CLEVELAND - A couple of hundred people lined the walkway in front of MetroHealth Medical Center Monday evening. As news spread that Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were inside the crowd of people grew outside.
Amanda Berry disappeared while walking home from her job at Burger King on Cleveland's west side.
Jennifer Picart was working with Amanda that evening and was the last one to see her before she disappeared.
"They asked me where is she at. I said, 'I walked her out all the way to the end of the parking lot and the drive through and she started walking home,'" Picart said.
Tears of joy were running down Picart's face as she remembered the night that Berry disappeared.
"I was the last person she talked to, I felt horrible because I felt like it was my fault if I could have stopped it she would have been home," said Picart.
It has been 10 years and Picart said she prayed every day that Amanda Berry would be found.
Picart has a daughter of her own and tears streamed down her face when she thought about Amanda Berry's mom who died before Amanda was found. "It kills me cause they were best friends."