Transcript for Woman Speaks Out After Escaping From From Alleged Carjacker
We are back now with that daring escape caught on camera. That young woman carjacking kidnapped. Breaks free from a 150-mile ride. How she survived and kayna Whitworth has her story. Reporter: A mad dash for safety caught on tape. A kidnapping victim escaping her assailant after spending hours as a hostage in her own car. I really at points didn't know what was going to happen. Reporter: 23-year-old Rachel Stevenson stopped at a Pennsylvania gas station Wednesday afternoon. When police say this man sh, railic chambers forced Stevenson into the car before going on the run. I was just saying like please stop. Reporter: The suspect ordering her to set the gps for Virginia, but instead she used the phone to text her boyfriend. I was getting all these texts from my boyfriend being where are you? Please answer and thinking to myself like are these going to be like the last memories that these people have of me like the people that I care about more in this world than anything. Reporter: Chambers finally forced to stop and get gas after running for nearly 150 miles. Stevenson taking the opportunity to make a break for it. Seen here sprinting for help as the carjacker peels away. I definitely was scared but I wasn't ready to give up. Reporter: Her father grateful. I felt like the whole world got lifted off my shoulders. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, New York.
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