A Texas man helped to cease a suspected killer throughout a carjacker after surviving the same incident months in the past. 

Lewis Matos was sitting at his desk on May 26 when a automobile crashed via his constructing, knocking him from his chair and pushing particles on high of him. Two folks, Juan Mendez and Jaritza Chavarria, acquired out of the automobile and tried to shoot Matos whereas his desk pinned him to the bottom. 

Months later, he was in the identical space of Uvalde on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. when he noticed a person making an attempt to pressure a girl, Jessica Garza, from her automobile, ABC 13 reported. 

“I jumped in my car, I didn’t even think,” Matos stated. “All I kept thinking was ‘he’s not getting away.’”

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Marcus Wayne Brock, recognized by police, drove off with the automobile whereas dragging Garza alongside the bottom for 4 or 5 blocks as her seatbelt trapped her towards the automobile. Matos adopted for a time however was not capable of cease the incident earlier than Garza died. 

“I was mortified,” Matos stated. “When I picked up that piece of signage that was on top of her car, and I saw what he did to her, I was enraged.” 

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Brock finally crashed right into a carwash earlier than fleeing on foot. 

Matos continued to pursue Brock till he discovered him in Ralston Liquors and stored him there till police arrived. Police imagine that Brock, 55, had robbed an auto elements retailer earlier than stealing Garza’s automobile in an try and make a fast getaway, KHOU reported. 

Court information point out Brock is liable for crimes relationship again to 1985, with costs starting from drug possession to housebreaking.

Matos defined that he was fed up of “watching everybody always getting away.”