A videograb shows the mother rescuing her child.
Gulf Today Report
A mother can go to any length when it comes to saving her little ones, even if it means fighting off child’s kidnappers all alone in in the middle of the road.
Recently a mother in New York displayed extraordinary courage to drag her son out of a kidnappers’ car seconds before they were to drive off with the child.
It all began at around 8:00pm at night when Dolores Diaz Lopez along with her son Jacob was going to her husband’s workplace in New York City.
All of a sudden a man got out of a red vehicle, picked the boy up and put him into the car, the other suspect sat in calmly on the front seat of the car.
Reacting quickly, Dolores reached near car’s open window and pulled out her son away from the man and out of the car.
She told police that she didn’t remember kidnappers’ faces and they didn’t talk at all.
The child was not injured and police said there is no evidence the woman knows the suspect.
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