That woman, happens to be one of my kids. Well, I say one of my kids. Here's the story. In the 70's I was a Sunday School bus captain. We would take our bus to "The Gardens" and pick up children for Sunday School. One of these children was named Nikki. I think she was only three years old when she started riding the bus. Angel would be an appropriate word for her. She was so sweet. Nikki never stopped riding the bus. When she became a teenager, she volunteered to work the route which she did until she was married. After high school, Nikki was accepted into a nursing program and became a registered nurse. She married an aspiring young preacher and they now have two darling daughters. Yesterday morning, as she was on her way home from work, she hit a patch of dirt where the road narrowed and her Toyota Sequoia went airborn up a berm and flipped end over end four times. The responding officers listed the accident as major with moderate to major injuries. Below is a link to a very short video clip and news report.
http://www.eyeoutforyou.com:80/news/local/14788206.html (after clicking on this link, click on "video high" next to the picture of the ambulance)
A woman flips her vehicle Tuesday morning forcing county fire to use the jaws of life to save her life.According to Bakersfield Police the crash happened just after 8 am on Brimhall Road before Jewetta Ave in West Bakersfield.The driver was heading west when for an unknown reason she veered off the road, hit an embankment and flipped.She was taken to an area hospital with moderate injuries.
As Paul Harvey would say, here's the rest of the story. When she arrived at the truama center, she had a full body X-Ray and CT scan. All results are negative. No broken bones. She has swelling on the top of her head and jokes she looks like Eyore. Although very stiff and sore, I believe you will agree she is a miracle. Especially if you are able to view the video and see her damaged vehicle. "Jaws of Life" saved her? I greatly appreciate the firemen who used their equipment to extract her from the crashed vehicle, but I believe it was the "Hands of Life" that saved her. Thank you, Jesus.