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911 calls reveal scary moments as woman becomes victim of road rage in Scottsdale

Posted: 9:38 PM, Nov 16, 2016
Updated: 2016-11-17 13:39:55Z

A scary road rage incident in Scottsdale that lasted nearly half an hour all because the man behind the wheel was intoxicated.

The victim, Fatima Tsouli, described the incident where she was chased by Jowen Noel Moses, 25, as "pure torment."

"I could have died," she said. "I could have lost my life. I mean, 25 minutes and he was not letting up on me."

"He smashed into the back of me as hard as he could," said Tsouli. "I tried to go right and he tried to side swipe me. I tried to go left and he tried to side swipe me."

The woman's call to 911 was released where you can hear her say, "Oh my God he's in the middle of the street, he's right behind me hitting me." 

She tried to keep moving in traffic to avoid her attacker all while rattling off intersections to a dispatcher as police tried to catch up. 

"A guy's hitting into the back of me trying to kill me on the road," she said to a dispatcher. “He's flipping me off, he's still swerving."

All she wanted was help. She said a 911 dispatcher had to transfer her three times because Tsouli was hounded as she passed through three different law enforcement jurisdictions.

"I hear the cops, I hear the cops," she told a dispatcher. 

Moses was taken into custody after a brief struggle with officers. He is being charged with DUI, reckless driving, and aggravated assault. Moses is being held on a $50,000 bond.

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