[WATCH] South African driver rams into hijackers' car and makes dramatic escape

A South African driver pulls into a driveway. A car of armed hijackers pulls in behind and jumps out.

The driver refuses to unlock the doors and begins reversing the car. The hijackers jump into their vehicle, but the driver rams into the front of their car and pushes them back onto the curb and drives off.

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