Jordan, a 20-year-old undergrad, left work and was returning home to South Carolina, when her life almost changed for eternity. Presently, she’s revealing to her story…
At the point when Jordan got to her understudy condo working at around 1 a.m. on July 2017, three men were sitting tight for her. The men took her own belonging and pointed a weapon at her. However, that wasn’t the most exceedingly bad part. The circumstance soon turned out to be considerably scarier.
They were not able work her auto since it was a stick move, so two of them snatched Jordan and constrained her to drive them to a corner store. The third man fled. It was later uncovered to Jordan that they were young people.
The teenagers advised Jordan to utilize her platinum card and get cash out of an ATM machine. They additionally revealed to her they would damage her. That was when Jordan chose to make a move. She was roused by a story that her mother once advised her.
Jordan, who’s a criminal equity major, clarified amid a meeting with WCBD News2:
“I recollected my mother. She was very nearly a casualty of attack when she was in school, and she battled back and warded the man off, and I thought you know, I will be solid like my mother, I will get myself out of this.”
Jordan’s mom, Beth Turner, ensured her girl was never going to be a casualty. She astutely prompted Jordan to be solid and battle back on the off chance that she at any point ended up in a comparable circumstance.
As per ABC News 4, Jordan stated:
“My mother dependably let me know, you know, don’t give them a chance to get only you, since then you have no assistance, you have no desire for bystander’s to see you or hear you, and you have no assistance to get out.”
After Jordan pulled back the cash from the ATM, she began arranging her escape. She chose not to put her safety belt back on. Rather, she imprudently bounced out of the auto while she was driving.
“I only sort of thought in my mind, ‘Do it, do it, do it,’ and after that the before I know it, my hands were on the handle, I was opening the entryway and I was gazing at the asphalt.”
When she escaped the auto, she looked for help. Two autos drove by without halting. Luckily, the driver of the third auto went to Jordan’s guide, helping spare her. The understudy’s just lament is that she didn’t see the response on their countenances when she dove out of the auto.
As per ABC News 4, the understudy told journalists:
“They were in a moving vehicle, without a driver, and a 20-year-old young lady just outmaneuvered you. I wish I could’ve seen their appearances right then and there, with the goal that they realized that I may have been a casualty, however I was not deceived.”
Experts captured the youngsters, who were 15 and 17 years of age. They have likewise been associated with a few wrongdoings in the region.
Watch the video beneath to hear Jordan discuss her story!