What started off as a normal day for Chris Ramsey, enjoying some McDonald's at his house, has turned into one of the most astonishing news stories in some time. Ramsey is being called a hero after helping rescue three teenage girls who went missing nearly a decade ago in Cleveland, Ohio.

Amanda Berry, who has abducted at age 16 in 2003, reportedly got the attention of Ramsey, an across-the-street-neighbor to the girls captors. Ramsey could hear screaming and proceeded to kick the bottom of the door open allowing Amanda and a young child to crawl out. Berry ran across the street with Ramsey and called 911. After police arrived, Berry told them that there were more girls in the house. Shortly after, two more women and another child emerged. Police have confirmed that these three women are Michele Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus who each separately went missing near the same Cleveland city block in 2002, 2003 and 2004 respectively.


Watch Chris Ramsey explain the chaotic scenario with WEWS

Three 50 year old hispanic males, including a school bus driver, have been arrested in connection with the abduction. According to WOIO-TV, chains were found hanging from the ceiling in the house and there are signs of dirt moved or excavation in the backyard.

The three women and two children are being treated at Cleveland's Metro Health Medical Centre and they are reported to be dehydrated and malnourished, but in good health overall.

The Cleveland Police will hold a press conference Tuesday morning to discuss details involving the case.