Carjacker hits pregnant woman with her OWN car after stealing it at Alabama gas station
MOBILE, ALABAMA: Surveillance camera at Chevron gas station in Mobile, Alabama, caught footage of a pregnant woman being struck by her own car after her vehicle was stolen from her at the gas station and the thief was trying to flee the scene of the crime. The woman, whose identity has not been revealed, was seen on footage trying to chase the carjacker at the gas station in the morning of February 6, Sunday.
The woman had reportedly gone into the gas station to get a drink. On returning, she spotted a man sitting inside her Honda Civic. She then tried to go after the carjacker. The footage was captured in the parking lot at about 1.30 am and showed a stranger sitting inside the vehicle. The woman was hit by the car as the man tried to flee the scene after stealing the vehicle.
She is also seen repeatedly hitting the top of the car in an attempt to get the driver to stop. The driver then backs towards the pumps again as she swings open the door again to get inside the vehicle. The woman is then seen trying to get to the vehicle. Right after, the footage captured the man slamming the car into her. She appeared on top of the dashboard for a brief few seconds before flying off of the vehicle. The woman appeared to be unharmed as she stood up, collected her things and flipped her middle finger to the carjacker.
Police have begun an investigation. So far, no arrests have been made regarding the incident. The current status of the woman's health also remains unknown. Officials of the Mobile Police Department were called to the scene who informed that the woman was in stable condition but complained of back pain. 'Heart dropping that someone would willingly run over a pregnant woman just to steal her car,' a gas station employee told WKRG.