“I parked in my normal parking place and I got out, and all of a sudden I woke up in an ambulance,” Elizabeth Conklin, who is recovering at a Honolulu hospital after she was thrown 20 feet upon impact of being hit, told ABC News. “She saw my car, it was the car she wanted, she followed me [and] was going to kill me to get the car.”
Conklin said a Good Samaritan named Chris Khory “totally saved my life” after smashing Hansen’s back window as she primed to strike Conklin with the vehicle again, prompting Hansen to flee the scene.
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Hansen wrote on her Facebook page the day of the incident: “I am becoming a professional (surfer)! I have worked SOOOO hard to get to today. I am so grateful for all the support of the surfers and the ASP [Association of Surfing Professionals.]”
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