911 Call Released After 'Hero' Dad Saves Daughter in Road Rage Attack
The 911 call from a terrifying North Carolina road rage attack has been released.
Christopher Jost was driving with his daughter on a Raleigh highway on Saturday night when a driver followed them and repeatedly rammed his vehicle into their car.
Jost called 911 and described to the dispatcher what was happening. “I’ve got a guy that’s following me, and he’s rear-ended me and now he’s following me again. Jesus.”
Throughout the call, the daughter can be heard screaming as driver continues to crash into them. Jost said, “He just broke my window, broke my car. I’m freaking out. Jesus! He’s trying to kill us! Please!”
Jost pulled into a parking lot and was able to rush his daughter to safety inside a Whole Foods store. The road rage driver, now identified as Remy Blaisdell Gagon, chased after them, but was taken into custody by police.
Investigators say there is no indication the two drivers knew each other. Gagon faces two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, and one count of careless and reckless driving. In addition, he faces two counts of simple assault for kicking an EMS worker and biting a firefighter at the scene. He is at an undisclosed medical facility for now.