CLEVELAND -- There is new video out today showing the dramatic rescue of Amanda Berry, her daughter, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight.
A bystander shot the video last Monday evening as police entered the home on Seymour Avenue of accused kidnapper, Ariel Castro.
The video shows officers surging onto the front porch of the home and kicking through the front door. What you can't see on the video, but what witnesses say happened, is that Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight jumped into arms of the officers as the police entered the house.
Amanda and her daughter were outside the home already. It was Amanda who kicked through the bottom of a door to escape and get to a neighbor's home to call for help.
Ashley Colon shot the cell phone video. She described to NBC the scene from the street.
Amanda Berry was crying. She had her kid in her arms. She was saying that she needed help, that they were in danger. She just kept hugging the cop and telling them like keep me protected. It was just crazy. I can't explain the feeling I get you know what I'm just saying because it is a miracle you can say. After all them years, they were just right here next to us. She was shaking. You know like when you are really cold and you shiver like you're shaking? That's how she was coming down those stairs. She had a pink jacket on and under it she had like a book bag on top of it you know. And she was shaking," said Colon.
The City of Cleveland is boarding up the home's windows and has put up a 10-foot privacy fence around it to keep people away from the property.