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Nicholas Kollias, right, receives physical therapy from therapist Mike Bruszer, left, at Athletico inside the East Bank Club in Chicago on Feb. Kollias survived being kidnapped and tortured in 2015 in Rochester, NY, and is still in therapy dealing with the aftermath of the attack.(Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune)Bright lights, then a rescue By Sunday night, as the house grew quiet and the two neared 40 hours in captivity, Kollias and the other victim, who were at times bound with duct tape and wire, began to fear the worst."I wasn't very optimistic throughout any of this, about getting out or living, you know? "I, myself, wanted to continue to fight and not give up and to choose not to die. I didn't think I was going to make it until Monday."Then out of the blue, one of the captors who'd been watching over them entered the room, no longer wearing his mask.After midnight, the two women arrived and persuaded Kollias and his friend to accompany them to their place.

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(Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune)The friend had been exchanging Facebook messages with a young woman and asked if Kollias wanted to meet up with her and her friend.

I didn't want to die and give in to these people."He also said it was chilling to see how methodical his captors seemed to be."They were so organized in the way they conducted themselves and the roles they had.

It made me feel like they had done this before and like gotten away it."Though much of the torture seemed pointless to Kollias, the men forced the men to hand over their bank cards and reveal their PIN numbers, firing a gun near their heads as coercion. Nicholas Kollias, right, receives physical therapy from therapist Mike Bruszer, left, at Athletico inside the East Bank Club in Chicago on Feb. Kollias survived being kidnapped and tortured in 2015 in Rochester, NY, and is still in therapy dealing with the aftermath of the attack.

Despite his parents' misgivings, Kollias chose an out-of-state school, enrolling as a business student at the University of Rochester in New York, which has a renowned music program and where he could play Division III football.

Kollias was crushed when an knee injury sidelined him for senior season, but things were still looking up.

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