Commitment | Convictions | Family | Heroism | Love | Mother | Mothers | Motivation | Rescue | Risk | Story | Strength

Police don’t know where Deborah Kemp found the strength. But Kemp knows. Six-year-old daughter Ashleye, was in the back seat, and Kemp wasn’t going to let the man steal her car after she pumped gas. The thirty-four-year-old mother was dragged on her knees for several blocks as she clung to the door and steering the wheel of the moving car. “I wasn’t trying to be a hero,” she said. “I was concerned about my baby… that was part of me in that car.” Kemp eventually pulled the suspect from the car and beat hem with an anti-theft club device while he apologized and begged her to stop. The driverless car went out of control and…

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