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The shocking 911 call made by one of the California house of horrors children that led to 13 siblings being rescued has emerged just one day before the parents are due to be sentenced.
David Turpin, 57, and his wife Louise, 50, will be sentenced to at least 25 years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to abusing and imprisoning their children in their home.
January - Daughter - Jordan - Home - Parents
They were arrested in January 2018 after their 17-year-old daughter Jordan managed to escape from the home and call 911 to report that her parents were abusive and some of her siblings were chained to their beds.
The chilling 911 call audio, obtained by ABC News on Thursday, lasted for 20-minutes as the daughter told the dispatcher of the abuse and struggled to work out her address because she had not been outside alone before.
Family - People - Parents - Sisters - Kids
'Okay, I live in a family of 15 people and my parents are abusive. They abuse us and my two little sisters right now are chained up. There's 13 kids and then a mother and a father,' she said in the 911 audio.
She went on to reveal that two of her sisters and one of her brother were tied to their beds with chains.
Details - Location - Girl - 'I - Anything
When asked for details about her location, the girl said: 'I've never been out. I don't go out much so I don't know anything about the streets or anything.'
The dispatcher then asked if anyone in the house would need to go to the hospital.
Filth - House
'I'm not sure. Sometimes we live in filth and sometimes I wake up and I can't breathe because because how dirty the house is,' she said.
The dispatcher responded: 'When was the last time you had a bath?'
'I - Year
'I don't know, almost a year ago. But sometimes I feel so dirty,...
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