On a warm Monday, Jenny Neilson bought a sandwich and parked her car under some trees. Rolling down the windows to 41 in fresh air, she settled back to enjoy her lunch. Suddenly she 42 a big bald（秃顶的）man running through the parking lot. Before she came to 43 what would happen, the man was there, shouting through her window, “Get out!”
Pulling open her door, the man seized her 45 the neck and hair, and threw her out of the car onto the ground. She screamed, 46 her purse and the keys.
Two reporters of the local newspaper, Robert Bruce and Jeff Jackson, just outside their office building on a 47, heard the screams and began running .
When they 48 Neilson’s car, the attacker had jumped into the driver’s seat and was 49 searching for the keys. Bruce opened the door, and he and Jackson dragged the man out. The attacker 50 back. But even in his cornered panic, he was no 51 for the two athletic men.
Reggie Miller, a worker of the local newspaper, heard the screams, too. He rushed back to the office to 52 the police, and then ran back with some plastic ropes —— used to tie up newspapers.
With his arms 53 tight behind him, the prisoner looked up and said 54 , “I hope you guys feel good about yourselves—— you just caught one of the most wanted men.” They 55 him and waited for the police.
Later, Bruce and Jackson were shocked to learn the man was the 56 carjacker （劫车者）and suspected murderer, whose 57—— but with a full head of hair—— had been recently printed in their own newspaper.
Neilson considers herself lucky 58 she suffered injuries. She believes the story might have had a 59 ending if those good people had not come to her aid. “Unfortunately,” she said, “many people would 60 have done what they did, and that’ the real truth.”