(CNN) -- Amanda Berry's grandmother, Fern Gentry, told CNN's "Starting Point" Thursday that hearing that Berry was alive 10 years after her disappearance was the "most important thing that ever happened in my life." Gentry, who spoke to Berry by phone from her Tennessee home on Tuesday, said she was thankful for people who helped in her rescue. "If she hadn't got out, I don't think she would have lived very much longer. ... It's just a miracle she appeared back with us. ... I can't wait to see her and the baby."
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