Lucia Lozada, of San Antonio, Texas, was all ready to drive her seven-year-old twins, Luis and Lucius, and their baby brother to church this past April. But realizing she had forgotten a bottle for the baby, she quickly ran inside to get one. When she came back outside, the car - with her boys in it - was gone! A man walking down the street had spotted the car waiting outside the house and had driven off in it.
Luis and Lucius were scared when the man climbed into the car and drove off with them, but they were also very brave. They were going to make the man let them go! Luis had a toy snake and used it to beat the man. Lucius kicked and punched him, and both boys yelled at him. Finally, the man stopped the car. He let the boys get out, gave them a phone, and told them to call their mom. The boys ran to the nearest house. The owner of the house took them inside and contacted their parents, and soon the twins and their baby brother were back with their family. Their mom was very relieved and overjoyed to see them, and learned a valuable lesson – never leave kids alone in a car for even a minute! The carjacker learned a lesson too... stay away from cars with kids!