WWII vet says nobody helped after he was carjacked
DETROIT (AP) — A World War II veteran says nobody helped him after he was attacked and carjacked in daylight at a Detroit gas station.
A roughly four-minute surveillance video obtained by the Detroit Free Press shows 86-year-old Aaron Brantley crawling from a fuel pump to the station's door as people walk and drive by him.
Brantley told the newspaper a man knocked him down, took his keys and drove off in his car Wednesday morning. He says at least four people walked by as he crawled, unable to walk because his leg was broken.
Station manager Haissam Jaber says he didn't see the attack but called 911 after a customer alerted him. A customer drove Brantley home, where an ambulance took him to the hospital.
Police say nobody has been arrested.