BOW, N.H. — A New Hampshire woman whose husband is charged with running her over says she remembers thinking, “I couldn’t die that way.”

Saturn Alleyne was pinned under the car at a Bow gas station this month. Five men lifted the car and pulled her to safety.

Alleyne tells New England Cable Network (http://bit.ly/2wLPGUU) she suffered a broken collarbone and hand. She says she and her husband got in a fight and he threatened to kill her. She says she tried to run away when the car came toward her.

Alleyne says, “I just remember I couldn’t die that way,” and thought about her two daughters.

Jason Alleyne has been jailed on $100,000 bail on attempted murder and other charges. A message seeking comment was left for his lawyer.

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