Stovall said that immediately following the wreck, she began yelling, trying to talk to Hunter to make sure he was OK
She posted about the surprising thing that happened next:
Looking to the drivers seat all I saw was his head through the windshield, a face full of blood, and a body that wasn’t moving. I looked straight out the truck and there was a man..bright with a big white beard. No other cars in sight…just this man. He was my guardian angel. He saw me and immediately told me that an ambulance was coming. I jumped out of the car, ran over to Hunters side and just looked at this man. From that moment until Hunter was cut & lifted out of the truck I believe with my whole heart that looking at this man helped me to literally believe in that moment that Hunter was next to me on the road.
I dont know if it was a hallucination or me unconsciously dreaming or a glimpse of heaven…but all I knew in that moment was that Hunter was safe with me. This man..looking at him for a short moment..helped me not witness Hunter being peeled out of the truck. I believe if I saw that I would have had a heart attack. Right when Hunter was actually out and next to me, I asked this man when the ambulance was coming. He told me in just a second. He walked away, I blinked and a flashlight was in my face. The paramedics were there helping me and Hunter and the anxiety and worry if he was okay disappeared because we were in good hands.
The couple miraculously survived the crash, and Stovall believes it was in part due to their “guardian angel.”
“Obviously God did bless them,” one Mad World News reader commented on the site’s Facebook page. “85 miles per hour, really!! You really should be dead. Hope you all learn to do the speed limit if you want to live a long life.”
“Lucky for them, cuz he sure wasn’t around when my family needed him, I lost both parents, 5 month baby brother and 3 sisters all under age 5 in one wreck,” another commented. “That’s when I lost my faith and belief.”