Statue Honoring Charles Ramsey To Be Unveiled

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Updated: 5/24/2013 6:21 am
A hero in Ohio is being memorialized in Kentucky.

In Floyd County, a 19-foot statue of Charles Ramsey will be revealed Friday.

He's the man credited with saving three Cleveland women held captive in a home for over a decade.

Ramsey will be at the Stanville law firm of Eric C. Conn, who commissioned the statue according to a news release.

The meet-and0greet and statue unveiling is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m.

However, the memorial won't be staying in Kentucky--the release said it will instead be donated to a museum in Cleveland.
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