[VIDEO] Woman survives terrifying Randburg hijacking

A vehicle was reportedly hijacked in Bergbron, Bryanston in Johannesburg on Saturday.

A second car can be seen blocking the targeted car from behind.

Two armed men then approach the car and begin forcing open the driver's door.

One man can be seen climbing onto the bonnet in what appears to be an attempt to intimidate the driver.

The other man smashes the driver window and the two men then drag the female motorist from her car.

The men climb into the vehicle and both cars drive away, leaving the distraught victim.

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