Tuesday night the woman who went through it all saw the video of the car chase for the first time, and told KAMC about her traumatic experience.
"Seeing them on the ground I have no sympathy for them because they had no sympathy for me when they pushed me to the ground," said Brittani Robas.
Robus was on her way home from her friends birthday party and when she pulled into her parking lot she was not prepared for what was about to happen.
"I grab my purse and I turn around and there is a guy at my door and a guy at the sidewalk."
Robas has pepper spray with her, several knives and even self defense knowledge. But she said even with all of the preparation, she didn't stand a chance.
"He punched me to the right side of my face and I fell to the ground and you know he kind of stepped on me and kicked me to keep me down."
Robas layed unconcious in the parking lot for fifteen minutes before she made it to her apartment door.
"I remember ringing the doorbell and banging on the door and my roommate screaming like 'oh my God Brittani."
Her nose was broken in several places and her face was covered in blood. But after all she went through, Robas said she is just happy the two men are in jail.
"No one should have to go through this and if I can keep them in jail longer by me goig to court I'm going to do it."
Twenty-year-old Joshua Martinez and an unidentified sixteen-year-old were arrested for robbery and remain in jail.