‘Brave’ teen grabs keys from attempted carjacker with 3 kids in backseat: cops

An 18-year-old Utah woman, who was pulled from her car in an attempted carjacking Tuesday, is being hailed a hero after she had the wherewithal to reach back into the car and grab the keys back from her assailant.

“It was quite a brave act on our victim’s part,” Gary Keller, a South Salt Lake Police Department spokesman, said.

The woman's siblings, from ages ranging from nine to 12, were in the car, the Gephardt Daily reported. 

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The suspect, identified as Christopher Patrick Medina-Izarrara, 27, had been thrown out of another car prior to the incident, authorities said. He allegedly approached the woman's car after she honked at him.

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A pick-up truck blocked the car’s path and police arrested Medina-Izarrara, the report said. He is facing several charges, including felony aggravated robbery.