Wild Video: One Woman Fights Off Two Armed Carjackers

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ATLANTA — One woman, two carjackers. The odds were in her favor, but a woman in Atlanta refused to go down without a fight — and won!

Surveillance video caught Jasmine Warren sending those idiots running with their tails between their legs.

It shows her walking back to her car outside an Exxon gas station Saturday when two men in hoodies rushed out from behind the gas pumps. They flash a pistol and jump into her car.

But Warren isn’t having it.

She flings open the door and grabs the gunman, pulling him out of the car. His accomplice can be seen rushing around the vehicle to his aid. Warren doesn’t give up — even after the gunman strikes her in the head with his pistol.

The men get back in the car, but, before they can get away, Warren grabs the driver again. The men try to beat her with their fists, but she refuses to give up. Another car can be seen driving up in the background, but no one wants to step in to stop the armed robbers.

Finally, one man can be seen yelling at Warren and then shooting in her direction as she runs toward a door to the gas station. The men give up and run away, stealing only her cellphone.

“I don’t recommend what she did,” Atlanta police Sgt. Warren Pickard told WGCL. “But she was brave, and she spoiled a robbery on her person.”

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (404) 577-TIPS. A $2,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrests of the two men.

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