An American tourist kidnapped in East Africa three weeks ago has opened up about the harrowing ordeal for the first time to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King. Kimberly Endicott was on a safari vacation in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park when four men abducted her and her guide. She was held for almost five days and then released after a ransom was paid. Many of the details are still a mystery.
“We’re sitting there and all of a sudden four men come out of a perfectly square bush that’s in front of us,” Endicott said. “And my first thought was there must be something happening behind us and that these are rangers.”
She thought that because at first because they were armed.
“I’ve been gorilla trekking with rangers that have guns,” she said. “So that was my first thought.”
Then she took a closer look.
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