CLEVELAND, OH – Chris Hodgson is owner of 2 Cleveland food trucks Hodge Podge and Dim Den Sum. He has also opened Hodge’s Cleveland, a fashionable gastro diner. It’s here that Charles Ramsey, works for Hodgson as a “dish technician”.
The Internet exploded with virtual cheers Tuesday for Ramsey who helped three young women flee a decade in captivity.
Videos of Charles Ramsey telling reporters how he helped Amanda Berry escape went viral on YouTube, as did a not-safe-for-work recording of his salty 911 call to police who subsequently found two other kidnap victims.
“Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms,” Ramsey told local ABC affiliate WEWS television outside the crime scene, a nondescript two-story house at 2207 Seymour Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.
On the Hodge’s Cleveland Facebook page, the restaurant saluted Ramsey,
“We’re extremely proud of our employee Charles Ramsey for not turning his back on the young women. He’s a true Cleveland hero,”
They have even printed a T-Shirt to recognize Ramsey’s heroic deed. The money taken in from the purchases of the shirt will all be donated entirely to the 3 young women.
Donations can be made <here>
The shirt can still be purchased <here>