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Ohio boy, 8, saves little sister from car thief in harrowing escape caught on camera

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Surveillance video captured an 8-year-old boy pulls out his 10-year-old sister to safety as they tumble out of the back seat of a moving car was stolen.

Both children were not hurt in the Thursday’s harrowing incident in Middletown, Ohio, and the police said that they arrested, because the car thief, a heroin addict from India.

The police said Nita Coburn, 69, dropping her daughter off at the hospital when Dalvir Singh, 24, jumped in the driver’s seat and took off with Coburn’s great-grandchildren, Chance and Skylar, on the back seat.

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“The little boy opened the door to escape and the little girl started to jump, but the man grabbed the hood of the little girl not to allow her to leave,” Maj. Scott Reeve said in a press release. “If they tried to get away from her little brother grabbed hold of her and pulled her away from the kidnapper and they both tumbled out of the car when it is in motion.”

Coburn told WKRC-TV, and ran to the driver’s side and tried to get inside to stop the thief. She thought that the children were still inside.

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“All of a sudden, he is just floored. I ate blacktop. I went very rough. I bounced,” she told the station.

Mug photos for Dalvir Singh accused of trying to steal a car with two young children inside.
(Middletown Police)

Dijkgraaf said two officers on patrol saw the stolen car on the run from the scene and pulled it over.

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Singh was charged with two counts of kidnapping, assault, and grand theft.

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