One of the people who helped rescue the three missing women who were held captive at a Cleveland house for years returns to work at a downtown restaurant Monday, and a special dish has been named in his honor.
Hodge’s Cleveland, located on Euclid Avenue near the intersection of East 6th Street, posted on Twitter Sunday that it’s launching a new hamburger for employee Charles Ramsey.
Ramsey, 43, works as a dishwasher at the restaurant and was off work last Monday when he saw a woman signaling for help from inside his neighbor’s home on Seymour Avenue. He and another neighbor, Angel Cordero, helped free Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
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