I was reading a book and I encountered a sentence I cannot understand. As I mentioned in the title, what does "borne her in" means? Does it mean that somebody gave birth to her? Or are there any other meanings? I searched the dictionary and I couldn't find any helpful answer.
Below is the excerpt from the novel "The Surrenders"
"The wheels of the last car squealed and flashed; it was accelerating, about to pull away. In defiance she leaned forward and cried out, suspending her breath, and reached for the dark edge of the door. The world fell away. Someone had pulled her up. Borne her in. She was off her feet, alive. "