Transcript for Arizona Road Rage Incident Leads to Woman's Chilling 911 Call
Back with that frightening case of road rage. Another driver chased a woman for miles while she begged a 911 operator for help. ABC's kayna Whitworth has more. A guy's hitting into the back of me trying to kill me on the road. Reporter: This morning an Arizona woman says out of nowhere she was the victim of violent road rage. Oh, my god. He's in the middle of the street. Reporter: Fatima tsouli says she was driving in Scottsdale when she said this man, jowen Noel Moses, who she had never seen before slammed in the back of her car and started following her. He's right behind me hitting me. Did he hit your car? Yes. Twice. Reporter: Tsouli says he hit her car seven times. Oh, my god. Reporter: The 911 operator tri tries to keep her calm for eight minutes while trying to get her help. Ma'am, I need you to take a deep breath and calm do you know so we can help you. Reporter: Tsouli pleading to other drivers for assistance, some calling 911 themselves. There is a black sedan that crossed over the line and is driving completely erratically speeding, passing people and almost hit a head-on collision with a car that it forced off the road. Reporter: Police finally catch up with the suspect, but he takes off. Eventually crashing into another patrol car. This morning, the 25-year-old is facing multiple charges including driving under the influence, reckless driving and aggravated assault. He has not yet entered a plea. Tsouli says she feels lucky to be alive. It was 25 minutes of pure torment. I could have died. I could have lost my life. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, Los Angeles. When you hear something like that. Wow. Think the other drivers were doing all they could to help.
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