Miraculously, no one got severely hurt when an 18-wheeler truck crashed into a firetruck on the way to the scene of an accident.
On Wednesday morning, a fire truck was driving to a fire near Interstate 40 in Dickson, Tennessee when it was hit by an 18-wheeler truck. Tony Stinson of Dickson County EMA was driving the fire truck at that time. The terrible crash entirely wrecked the fire truck.
The roof of the truck was crushed nearly to the stirring wheel. Authorities said it was a miracle that Tony got out of the truck alive with only minor bruises. According to reports, Tony “was able to crawl out on her own when the truck finally came to rest.”
The firefighter took to Facebook to thank everyone who cared for her. She also called her survival from that terrible crash a blessing.
“Thank you, everyone, for all the calls [and] messages,” she wrote. “I’m okay, nothing is broken, just bruised [and] sore. I was very blessed today. I was hit by an 18-wheeler while responding to an accident on I-40 [and] rolled in the fire truck, I was able to get out on my own. Huge thank you to my guys, DTF, EMS, DFD [and] DCSO for being as quick as they were.”
It was God’s divine intervention that protected Tony’s life from that terrible accident. A miracle and a blessing for the brave firefighter who almost lost her life on her way to save other’s life.
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Reference: Faith Wire
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