NASHUA, N.H. (CBS) — Police say 31-year-old Jonathan Calvin led police on a high-speed chase, but crashed the stolen car he was driving and started a several-vehicle crash on Route 3 in Nashua.Hardwick Health Agent Says 'It's Impossible' To Convince Residents To Get COVID Vaccine
Investigators said Calvin created an eight-car pile-up.
20-year-old Nashua resident Olivia Smith saw it all, and stopped to see if someone needed help. It was then that Calvin tried to carjack her car.READ MORE: Tree Falls On House In Hyde Park During Strong Storm
“He climbed on top of me, and was basically beating me up, so I started throwing punches,” she told WBZ-TV. “He pulled a knife, and was trying to stab my face and stomach, so I just kept swinging at him.”
Calvin managed to get all the way in her car, and stabbed her in the calf, she says. That’s when the student decided to flee.
“I figured my life was worth more than my car,” Smith said.MORE NEWS: 7-Month-Old With Rare Genetic Condition Sent Home From Hospital For The First Time Since Being Born
He didn’t get far before crashing Smith’s Volvo, and Calvin was then was taken into custody by police.