A New Jersey woman survived a vicious shooting spree on Sunday after a good samaritan risked her own life to help the victim.
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It all unfolded when an unnamed woman was shot three times in the stomach after someone opened fired into her moving vehicle in the city of Camden just before 1 a.m. on Sunday, WPVI-TV reported.
And the harrowing rescue that saved the victim’s life came when a nearby neighbor heard scores of gunshots and a car crash, and immediately sprung into action.
While many people wouldn’t be willing to venture out and into uncertainty after hearing shots fired, the brave woman did just that, sprinting outside and discovering the victim clinging to life inside her car after being shot three times in the stomach.
“I was inside my house. I heard at least 15 to 20 gunshots and then I heard a big boom,” the unnamed neighbor said, going on to explain what happened when she found the wounded woman. “(The victim) said she couldn’t breathe. Her stomach was hurting.”
Recognizing the dire nature of the situation, the good samaritan and her daughter called 911 while simultaneously loading the victim into their vehicle and heading to the hospital. Along the way, they flagged a cop down and the cop took the victim the rest of the way to the hospital; the woman is now in stable condition.
Now, the good samaritan is praying for the victim’s recovery. Luckily, her kind and heroic act saved the day.
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