Coreena Ganzberg is out of the hospital following a shooting by her ex-boyfriend on Friday.
Ganzberg was allegedly forced at gunpoint by Carlos Martin into a car and told to drive. She jumped out of her car at a fire station on West Case Road, according to police.
Martin is suspected of shooting at Ganzberg, hitting her at least three times in the shoulder and neck.
Ganzberg's neighbor said she saw the beginning of the kidnapping on Friday.
Elaine Foster said she saw Martin walking directly behind Ganzberg on Friday and had no idea that he had a weapon.
Foster believes Ganzberg helped save her life.
"She saved my life because I had no idea he had a gun," said Foster. She said she may have intervened if she knew about what was happening.
But Foster's presence gave Ganzberg hope.
"She said that when she walked out the door and saw me that it gave her all the hope that she was going to live, and I don't think in my entire life, I will be able to forget that," added Foster.
Foster went back into the house and they were gone.
"She told me that her plan was to get to Case to get to the fire house," said Foster.
While Ganzberg got away, Martin was tracked down several hours later. He was arrested and now is in jail.
Foster said she has learned to always trust her instincts.
"I hope I can show her strength the rest of my life," said Foster. "Her family should be so proud of what she did."
Martin will be arraigned on Tuesday.
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