A man from Tennessee was rescued from a car on Sunday just in the nick of time before it exploded into a ball of flames.
And if that wasn't enough to surprise you, it was the item found on the passenger seat that may have had first responders thinking there was a guardian angel nearby: a Holy Bible was also recovered.
See more from the scene:
The crash happened on the eastbound side of I-385 near Memphis on Sunday afternoon, according to local media reports. The 2014 Jeep Laredo struck a pole and caught fire.
Local police department responded to the scene as well as other good Samaritans who were able assist the trapped driver, reportedly pulling him from the wreckage with just moments to spare before discovering the Bible seemingly unharmed.
The man was taken to a local hospital with non-lethal injuries.
To see more from the crash, see the video below:
I just saw GOD on 385. I'm always in awh of his wonders but today just blew my mind. This car ran off the road and hit a metal post and burst into flames not to mention the passenger was trapped inside as the car was filled with smoke the flames began to fill the inside. THE ENTIRE EXPRESSWAY STOPPED and people ran from their cars trying to break the windows and open the doors of this mans car to free him, as they were the others went up in prayer for God to deliver this man from the paws of the devil.... Now it appeared our prayers was in vain because he couldn't move and the flames had reach the inside of the truck.But God!!!!!! .....the flames were on the inside but the way my God is set up The Way It Look Like and what it is ,None of the flames touched him and even after the car exploded once All these God blessed people ran back up ...Now the passenger even begged them to just let him die . End of Story he's Alive and well. ...... Jesus thats my Goddd
Posted by Anita Irby on Sunday, February 21, 2016
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