"Get your car! Get your car!" That's what a Chick-fil-A employee yells at the Karen who gets out of her car to argue with drive-through staff, only to watch the unattended vehicle roll away and hop a curb down an embankment. "Don't you understand? This is why we're concerned ma'am!"
"Argument lost," one person commented. "That car couldn’t handle her shit anymore," someone else said. It's important for Karens everywhere to learn from this mistake and put any vehicle in park before exiting it for arguments.
The employees' voices makes it sound like this is not the first time they have been forced to deal with this woman. When the manager makes the decision to call the police, she orders all of her employees to stop chasing the woman and her car. The urgency with which they chased her makes it seem that this is someone they know and care about. Unfortunately, it seems likely that mental health problems are involved in this incident.