A teenage girl thought she was going to die after being held at gunpoint by police officers over a falsely reported stolen car.
Kate Hartcher, 18, was heading to work on October 15 when two patrol cars swooped on her home on the NSW Central Coast and ordered her to get out of her new BMW.
The disability support worker was kept on the ground by gun-wielding officers for 90 seconds before they told her the vehicle had been reported as stolen.
'I kept asking ''why is the gun pointed at me?' because that was mainly what I was scared about - I honestly thought I was going to get shot,' she tearfully told A Current Affair.
Kate Hartcher, 18, feared she'd be shot after cops swooped on her when she was leaving for work one morning, forcing her to the ground at gunpoint
CCTV footage of the arrest shows a male officer leap out of his police car, holding a gun and screaming at the 18-year-old to get on the ground.
'I pulled in and I went to get my dog out of the car