911 Call: Teens Save Kidnap Victim From Fleeing Car

A woman allegedly kidnapped after leaving her Dallas office mouths "help" to teens in another car.
3:00 | 09/05/13

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Incredible details about a brazen kidnapping in texas. A woman allegedly abducted as she left her office. But it was the quick thinking of two hero teens that saved her life. I'm on the highway. I'm witnessing a robbery. Not a robbery. A kidnapping. Reporter: That's the voice of 19-year-old aaron arias, making this call to 911. Me and another guy were checking out the girl in the backseat because she's attractive. And then, the guy turned back. We looked at the backseat. And the blonde female in the backseat was saying help me or something. Whispering it. So, I'm assuming it's a kidnapping. Reporter: The students followed the car or miles, staying on the phone with 911 operators, as police race to find them. Oh, my god. I'm hoping the car behind me is a police officer. Nope, it's not. Oh, my god. Reporter: Within minutes, officers arrive and pull over the vehicle. Inside, they discover a 25-year-old woman allegedly kidnapped after leaving an office party in downtown dallas. Thank god. You guys are awesome. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. Get him. Reporter: Police arrested the driver of the car, charles adkins lewis jr., Charging him with aggravated kidnapping. He remains in jail on $50,000 bond. The woman was examined by paramedics but was not injured. Thank goodness for those quick-thinking young men. A check of the weather with

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