How a former social worker’s quick thinking helped bring Jayme Closs to safety | CBS This Morning

When Jayme Closs escaped Thursday, she had no idea where she was or what was waiting for her outside the home where she was being held in Gordon, Wisconsin. Luckily, she saw former social worker Jeanne Nutter walking her dog. In her first sit-down interview, Nutter tells Gayle King the frightening details of the minutes before they made it to safety.

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