The world we live in is a scary place and you should always be on guard for danger, especially when alone. Women should definitely be aware of their surroundings while in public.
Unfortunately, there are predators everywhere and they are waiting for you to be caught off guard.
You never know when danger will strike, just like it did for Savannah Nguyen’s mother of Appleton, Wisconsin. She was almost a victim of a ruthless crime syndicate that preys on women who are alone.
In today’s wild world, it’s important to be cautious of your surroundings and thankfully Savannah’s mom was and acted accordingly.
She was leaving the local mall and was parked in an empty section of the parking lot until an SUV with dark tinted windows pulled up next to her car. She thought that was weird since every other space in the entire parking lot was empty… she thought that was odd.
The mother of four felt immediately uneasy and wanted to get into her car quickly, but she struggled with her keys.
Once in her car, she noticed that there was something under her windshield wiper, but instead of getting out, she locked her doors, started up her car and sped away.
Something in her gut just told her to drive away, and thankfully she did. She could see whatever was under her wiper blade was flapping away in the wind, but she didn’t stop until she was safe in her own garage.
Her mother rushes into the house and tells her daughter all about what had happened and they investigated what was under her wiper blade.
When they looked under the blade, they found a small plastic bag with a ring inside and a note written on the bag. The note said the ring was a gift and was free.
When Savannah realized what was happening she freaked out, her mother was almost a victim of human trafficking. She had heard stories of women finding things under their wiper blade and when they got out to investigate, they were abducted.
Luckily, her mother felt uneasy when that SUV drove up next to her car and she got out of there before investigating.
Savannah wanted to get the word out so she shared her mother’s story on Facebook and the response was epic. The next key step is for you to share this story and get the word out that human trafficking is real and is closer to home than you could ever expect. Women and children are getting abducted all over America in big cities and small towns.
Be safe out there, be aware of your surroundings and if you feel something is off, get out of there and tell someone.