Carjacking Gone Wrong? Man Dragged Down the Street, Still Tries to Open Door

In what appears to be an attempted carjacking in Kent, Washington, a man is dragged down the street by the car that he trying to open.

Once the vehicle stops, he appears to stand up and continue to yank on the door handle. In repose, the driver takes off again in hopes the of man eventually letting go of the car.

The man being dragged is now in the hospital.

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AOL reports:

A Kent police spokesperson said they are still investigating exactly what happened, but it is possible the man who was being dragged may have been trying to steal the SUV, but the driver took off and dragged him down the road.

The man was taken to the hospital. The severity of his injuries is unknown.

The case is under investigation.

Here is the link to the video footage:


I can’t say that I blame the driver, if this really was a case of an attempted carjacking. I probably wouldn’t have been nice enough to drag the man down the street though. I don’t carry for the heck of it. I carry to protect myself from the crazy people out on the streets.

I think this guy falls under the category of the crazy people.

What would you have done?

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