First of all, that flanking maneuver by the so called “Good Samaritans” is definitely not an effort to help change a tire. It doesn’t take two guys that size to change a tire! An engine maybe.
Second, that’s the worst possible position to be in when changing a tire, driver side rear. The only escape was right into oncoming traffic.
Third there was clear disparity of force, the big guy flanking to her right and a deadly weapon/object in the hands of the plaid shirt.
She had no recourse in this situation. First she was in condition white, and second, if I heard correctly, she dropped her own tire iron.
If a sweet smile and a negative response on her part does not dissuade the Good Samaritans, (she’s done) John Wick these two fools with the tire iron, double tap both in the chest, reload, single tap each to head.
@MikeBKY, @Dawn and @Zee (BTW haven’t heard from @Zee in long time) are not going to like this, but, bury the bodies in the woods, fix tire, go home, change pants, have drink, learn from this situation.
OR dial 911 wait for clean up crew and note how much time it takes for them to arrive.
Let it be known, their next move would be to get her in their car. WARNING to anyone, NEVER get into the vehicle! Don’t be a missing victim.
Seriously, these days, head on a swivel, be aware, as soon as that car slows down and pulls over, you can hear that, stage yourself, prepare yourself. If they have bad intentions, unfortunately, nothing will stop them, period. Unless you’re armed.
Does this scenario change if the CDC guide lines were followed? Granted they were social distancing, but no masks.