Chilling 911 Call Reveals Woman's Terrifying Road Rage Ordeal: 'He's Trying to Kill Me!'
A woman who she says endured 25 minutes of pure road rage hell is speaking out, telling Inside Edition that the experience was the scariest time of her life.
“This 25 minutes was the scariest of my life," Fatima Tsouli said.
Tsouli called 911 after she says an unknown man in another car rammed her vehicle as she was driving in Scottsdale, Arizona.
“A guy's hitting into the back of me, trying to kill me on the road. He's flipping me off, he's still swerving,” she told 911 during the incident. “He's right behind me, hitting me.”
She says she was hit seven times during the whole ordeal.
“Ma'am, I need you to take a deep breath and calm down so we can help you," the 911 dispatcher said during the call.
“I'm on a high-speed chase, getting rammed into, going 45 miles an hour. I'm not gonna be calm, I’m not gonna be collected. I'm scared; I’m in fear of my life!" Tsouli told Inside Edition.
At one point, the other car hit her vehicle so hard, she dropped her cellphone, Tsouli said.
“I'm trying to maintain my speed of 45 miles an hour, grab my phone as he's ramming into the back of me. Rammed into the back of me again, I hit my face on the steering wheel,” she recalled to Inside Edition.
She says she tried to pull over and get away but the other car sideswiped her.
“It was super-scary and I didn't know if I was going to make it out alive,” she recalled.
Another driver saw what happened and called 911.
“There is a black sedan that crossed over the line and is driving completely erratically, speeding, passing people and almost hit a head-on collision with a car that it forced off the road," the witness said.
Tsouli said she was able to breathe a sigh of relief when police arrived on the scene.
“I actually stopped in the middle of the road and I saw him crash into the cop car and a white SUV,” she recalled. “I told them that I was ok, I was shaken up, I had no shoes on and I was in the middle of the street, crying, so I was very terrified.”
The driver of the car was indentified by police as 25-year-old Joel Moses, who was arrested at the scene.
He was charged with DUI, reckless driving and aggravated assault.
He has pleaded not guilty.