ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. (WCYB) - It was a phone call like no other; the voice at the other end was what Fern Gentry had been waiting nearly 10 years to hear.
"I just cried and was happy. I told her I loved her and missed her and had prayed for her, oh my God. It was just so great," said Gentry.
Gentry is the grandmother of Amanda Berry, who went missing nearly 10 years ago after being abducted from where she lived in Cleveland, Ohio. "
We get a call that she was missing. She was on her way home," said Gentry.
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