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SHOCKING VIDEO shows Good Samaritan coming to the aid of a woman who was stabbed by her ex-boyfriend

A Latina mother-of-two was stabbed in the chest and arm by her ex-boyfriend inside their Bronx apartment during a domestic dispute Monday morning before he tried fleeing to the Dominican Republic.

A Good Samaritan was alerted by his wife and came out of a next door apartment and helped stabilize her until police officers and paramedics arrived.

Bit and pieces of the disturbing video obtained by Telemundo on Tuesday shows Wilson Rojas, 32, walking up the flight of stairs to her third floor apartment.

He placed a can he was drinking from on the ground and tried barreling over it on three occasions, including one of them with the can in his hand as it spills on the floor. 

Wilson Ramos attempts several times to forcefully enter his ex-girlfriend’s apartment before he manages to make it inside and stab her multiple times in front of her children

The young mother-of-two from The Bronx stumbled out of her apartment seeking help

The young mother-of-two from The Bronx stumbled out of her apartment seeking help

Rojas left and returned minutes later, failing on his first two attempts as he ran into the door with his right arm before tearing it down on the third attempt.

Once inside the apartment, Rojas stabbed his 24-year-old ex-girlfriend, whose name hasn’t been revealed yet, and fled the site about 15 seconds later, leaving her for dead after he used a kitchen knife to attack her, according to cops.

The building security video camera showed the woman stumbling out of the apartment, making a left turn towards an apartment’s door before she collapsed.

Her neighbor rushed out of her apartment and is seen applying pressure on the wounds before four cops arrived and took over until paramedics arrived.

Her 3-year-old boy and 5-year-old girl were taken to a local precinct.

From left to right: Officer Tanya Acevedo, 37; Officer Justin Sokol, 29; Officer Steve Yankowski, 27; Officer Steven D¿Alisera, 24. All took turns in saving the life of the 24-year-old mother

From left to right: Officer Tanya Acevedo, 37; Officer Justin Sokol, 29; Officer Steve Yankowski, 27; Officer Steven D’Alisera, 24. All took turns in saving the life of the 24-year-old mother

A Good Samaritan who happens to live next door came to the young mother's aid and tried to help until police officers and paramedics arrived to helped her

A Good Samaritan who happens to live next door came to the young mother’s aid and tried to help until police officers and paramedics arrived to helped her

Prosecutors also said that Rojas had called another woman and accused her of ruining his life. He allegedly said he had already killed his ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her and her husband and child.

Instead he headed to John F. Kennedy International Airport where authorities arrested him at 7PM before he tried boarding a flight.

Rojas, who was not issued bail, was charged with 18 counts, including attempted murder, weapons possession, burglary and harassment.

It wasn’t Rojas’ first violent altercation with a partner.

A judge in 2014 told him not to go near his wife, and two years later he threatened to kill her. He pleaded to a misdemeanor and was ordered to stay away from her until 2019. He also beat up his parents according to the New York Police Department. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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