New York Woman Flees Kidnappers, Jumps Out of Moving Car

A 21-year-old woman made a daring escape from the clutches of kidnappers when she jumped from a moving car after being snatched off a Manhattan street, according to law-enforcement sources.

The woman told cops she had just left the Club Velour on 10th Avenue in Chelsea alone at about 1 a.m. Thursday when a dark car rolled up and men inside the vehicle started making cat calls.

She told the Post she was creeped out by the lechers' antics and went into the street to catch a cab. That's when she said she was grabbed by one of the thugs and forced into the back seat of their car.

"They shoved me in the car, and I started screaming," the woman — who agreed to be photographed but whose name is being withheld by The Post — said from her bed at St. Vincent's Medical Center, where she was in a neck brace and recovering from a broken arm and other injuries.

"He said, 'Calm down, calm down.' I said, 'Let go of me!' I started cursing. He was like, 'We'll have a good time!' "

She said she knew she had to keep her wits to escape to safety. She had the presence of mind not to scream so they wouldn't hit her. When she threatened to call the cops, she said the car quickly made a U-turn on Ninth Avenue at West 23rd Street.

"That's when I opened the door. I don't know how I did it, but I pushed myself out," she said. "I was in the middle of the street. I couldn't see anything because I hit my head. My head was bleeding. It was all gray."

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