Published: May 17, 2011 3:54 PM EDT
Updated: May 17, 2011 3:54 AM EDT

FORT MYERS, Fla.- Twenty one year-old Kelsey Roberson's body is riddled with stab wounds. But she feels lucky. She thought she lost her baby.

Roberson says she was trying to sell her car to Michael Ginsberg, an acquaintance who worked at a dealership. But when she met up with him she says there was no sale.

"He went crazy. He started punching me. I was screaming I'm pregnant I can give you anything you want. But he just kept stabbing stabbing stabbing me in the back," Roberson said.

She says she tried to protect her stomach knowing she could lose her son at any moment.

"That's when he threw me in the back of the car, drove me a couple miles down the road from his house."

She says she was trying not to breath, to pretend that she was dead.

"I heard the doors lock, it was dark, I just laid there for a few minutes and said 'I'm going to die," Roberson said.

Roberson eventually pulled herself up from the backseat and decided to get out of the situation herself.

"I got to the front seat and I picked up my leg and I put it on the dashboard and I put on my high beam lights and used my good leg and laid on the horn," she said. 

She doesn't know who heard her, but an hour later deputies came to her rescue. When Roberson got to the hospital she was expecting to hear she lost her baby. But an ultrasound revealed he was alive and healthy.