MEMPHIS, Tenn. - People are praising God after a driver was pulled from a burning car just moments before it burst into flames and according to authorities, only a bible was recovered from the scene.
The accident took place in Memphis, Tennessee over the weekend on Interstate 385. Witnesses told WMC Action News 5 a car was hit by another vehicle that kept going before crashing into a pole.
“I said, ‘This car is going to blow. Lord, please let me get this man out,’” witness Elicia Bridgforth, told WMC Action News 5.
Witnesses said Good Samaritans and a K-9 officer were able to rescue the driver, who was pinned against the steering wheel, before the vehicle exploded. He was taken to the hospital in non-critical condition.
Anita Irby recorded the rescue and shared the footage online.
“I just saw God on 385,” Irby said.
Investigators said they were able to recover only one item from the scene of the wreck: a Bible.
"That is God,” Eugene McNeil told WMC Actions News 5. “If you don’t believe it, I don’t know what to say."
Warning: The video below contains profanity.
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 GodddPosted by Anita Irby on Sunday, February 21, 2016