This case involves a woman who was raped and severely beaten at a gas station mini-mart. On the day of the incident, 3 men entered the mini-mart and started to harass the clerks. The men attempted to grab cash out of the register. The plaintiff was shopping in the mini-mart at the time of the altercation and the group suddenly attacked her without being provoked. They knocked out several of her teeth and fractured her skull before taking her to their car outside of the mini-mart to rape her. The police were only called after the men forcibly removed the plaintiff from the mini-mart. The clerks never called 911 when the gang was attempting to forcefully grab money from the register. It was alleged that the staff of the mini-mart was not trained properly to handle this type of situation. Furthermore, it was alleged that if the staff had called 911 sooner, the plaintiff would not have suffered such severe physical and emotional trauma. An expert in gas station security was sought to discuss the mini-mart’s responsibility to protect its customers.