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A young Melbourne student has recalled the terrifying moment she and a friend feared for their lives after a man threatened to fight them before charging at their car armed with a wooden stake. Billie Bruce, 19, was driving around the Clydevale estate in the city's south-east to look at Christmas lights with her friend Hailey Simpson, also 19, on Sunday night when the frightening ordeal occurred. The pair had two earlier encounters with the man before things escalated when he blocked them with his vehicle in a dead end street. Harrowing footage filmed on Ms Simpson's phone shows the moment they realise the man is still after them. This is the terrifying moment Billie Bruce and friend Hailee Simpson feared for their lives after being threatened by a man armed with a wooden stake. The man's female companion sitting in the other car opens the front passenger door and calls out to the girls to run. A frantic Ms Bruce is heard screaming as the man charges at their car with a wooden stake.
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