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After being held captive for 10 years in Cleveland, Gina DeJesus is ready to go home.
Sources tell Scripps station WEWS that DeJesus is expected to arrive to her home on the city's west side around 2 p.m.
DeJesus is not expected to speak, but a family member will, said Cleveland City Councilman Matt Zone at the scene.
DeJesus, along with Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight, were rescued from a house of horrors on Seymour Avenue on May 6.
Knight remains at a local hospital.
A vigil will take place outside the Seymour Avenue home at 2 p.m. Wednesday for all who are still "lost and forgotten."
Three brothers, Ariel Castro, Pedro Castro and Onil Castro, have been arrested in connection to the heinous crimes. The trio is expected to be charged Wednesday afternoon.
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