Franklin Coetzee en Knowledge Lovers (Every Bee's Hive), Healthy Living, Teachers Senior Operator • RDM 19/9/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +600

A Miracle?

A Miracle?A Miracle?

march 12, 2015

A Miracle?

Did dead mother save her baby from beyond the grave? Three US cops

claim mystery 'woman's voice' called to them from flooded car where

they found baby alive beside her mother's body - 14 HOURS after crash

* Lynn Groesbeck, 25, was driving home from her parents' house

Friday night when she veered off roadway and into Spanish Fork River * Fisherman found the car the next day, partially submerged in the river

* Groesbeck was found dead in driver's seat of vehicle, while her

baby girl was alive in the back seat, above the frigid river waters * Police officers said they heard an unknown woman's voice asking

softly for help as they approached the overturned car * Lily Groesbeck, 18 months old, was flown to Primary Children's

Hospital, where she was in stable condition and is improving

The four officers who rescued an 18-month-old toddler from the wreck

of a submerged car on Sunday said they launched into their heroics

when they heard desperate pleas for help coming from a woman inside.

But when the four men used all their strength to right the red Dodge

sedan, they found little Lily Groesbeck to be the only passenger left

alive in the vehicle.

Her mother, 25-year-old Lynn Jennifer Groesbeck, had passed away the

night before when she lost control of the car and could not possibly

have called for the men to help save her child.

'For two nights I've laid awake trying to figure out exactly what it

could be. All I know is it was there, we all heard it,' Spanish Fork

Police Officer Tyler Beddoes said. 'It was extra motivation.'[Lone survivor: 25-year-old Lynn Jennifer Groesbeck (left) and her

18-month-old daughter, Lily (right), were found inside a crashed car

in Utah's Spanish Fork river on Saturday. Groesbeck pictured above in

a photo posted to Facebook]

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Lone survivor: 25-year-old Lynn Jennifer Groesbeck (left) and her

18-month-old daughter, Lily (right), were found inside a crashed car

in Utah's Spanish Fork river on Saturday. Groesbeck pictured above in

a photo posted to Facebook[Spanish Fork Police Officers Tyler Beddoes, left, and Jared Warner,

right, and Spanish Fork City Firefighters Lee Mecham, second from

left, and Paul Tomadakis, second from right, answered questions Monday

night regarding be the first responders on scene]

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Spanish Fork Police Officers Tyler Beddoes, left, and Jared Warner,

right, and Spanish Fork City Firefighters Lee Mecham, second from

left, and Paul Tomadakis, second from right, answered questions Monday

night regarding be the first responders on scene[Submerged: The temperature in the river was near freezing throughout

the night after the car hit the river. Water flowed into the car

through broken windows and rushed just below Lily's head]

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Submerged: The temperature in the river was near freezing throughout

the night after the car hit the river. Water flowed into the car

through broken windows and rushed just below Lily's head[Tragic: Groesbeck died in the crash, but her baby, Lily, survived, is

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according to CNN<http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/09/us/utah-baby-alive-submerged-car/>.



Lisa Gallagher 19/9/2016 · #2

Sad, yet at the same time such a beautiful story. A story of a miracle which can't be explained. I do believe in miracles- this is one example. Thanks so much for sharing this @Franklin Coetzee!

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mohammed khalaf 19/9/2016 · #1

that doing is being more inclusive should be of utmost importance to all human in an increasingly diverse society and appear humanity to save this baby.

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