Ultimately, she and her boyfriend decided to go back just in case the girl truly did need help.
“Our windows had been down to get some fresh night air, so we rolled them up when we went back. When we went back, she was no longer on the ground and ran up to my window very quickly. The girl looked like she was in pajamas and was in her teens. My boyfriend went, ‘Nope,’ swerved around her, and drove out of the neighborhood as another car was driving in and passed by her,” she explained.
Even though she and her boyfriend were unnerved by the experience, they didn’t have a choice but to turn back around and drive once more past the girl’s house because there wasn’t another way through their neighborhood. This meant that the girl might try talking to them again.
“We drove back, and she was just standing in the middle of her driveway, waving her arms with her phone light again. My boyfriend slowed down with his window down and asked her if everything was all right. She said yes, and started running towards the car again, almost in front of another vehicle driving by,” she continued.
Understandably, the situation made her and her boyfriend nervous, and there wasn’t much that they could do. The girl then told them that she was fine and that she had a phone to call 911 if there was an emergency.
After that, her boyfriend dropped her off at her house. He told her that on his way home, he passed by the girl’s house again, and she wasn’t outside anymore. The reason the girl was out in her driveway trying to flag someone down is still a mystery.
What would you do in this situation?
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