US woman stops to help in crash, has car stolen
HONOLULU (AP) — A U.S. woman who stopped to help after a car crash says a man involved in the wreck stole her car, leaving behind an injured passenger.
Jennifer Jones says she was driving Sunday in Hawaii when she saw a sport utility vehicle swerve and crash into a median.
Jones says she saw two men in the SUV, along with a bloodied woman. Jones says that while she was trying to help the woman, one man left in her car.
Police arrived and told Jones that the SUV had been reported stolen. Jones’ phone helped locate her car nearby.
Hawaii News Now reports police arrested a 22-year-old man at the scene but are looking for the other man.
KHON-TV reports the woman was treated at a hospital.