Man jumps onto moving car to stop teenage carjacker from driving away with 8-year-old sonBy Mason White 10:37 AM June 18, 2015
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By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) A young boy called his father a hero after he broke his hand in order to save his son from being kidnapped.
Malcolm Milliones of Georgi, jumped into action on Sunday, when the family’s SUV was taken from a gas station while his 8-year-old son sat in the back seat.
Milliones was pumping gas at a station in Atlanta, when his fiancee left her car to go inside and pay. Moments later, a teenage car thief jumped in and took off.
In the back seat was Milliones’ son Rashaan. Milliones jumped onto the car and hung on to the outside of the vehicle as the thief drove off.
The thief managed to drive about a quarter mile with Milliones hanging onto the car. He soon fell and broke his arm, but that was enough to distract the driver for a moment.
As the teenage driver slowed down a bit, the 8-year-old boy managed to open the car door and escape.
The assailant then sped off with the car. The father was taken to the hospital to be treated for a broken arm, but luckily, the child was unharmed.
Police are still looking for the teenage car thief.