Mysterious Priest or Angel Sighted at Missouri Accident Scene
According to reports, a mysterious priest came to the scene of a car accident and at the request of the victim who was trapped inside the vehicle and about to reach a critical juncture in the rescue attempt, prayed for her and two other emergency workers. A miracle ensued.
Later, the priest, who nobody in the area recognized vanished.
“We’re all local people from four different towns,” Reed said. “We’ve only got one Catholic church out of three towns and it wasn’t their priest.”
Reed and the other emergency workers were on their knees. The priest of about medium build, maybe 6-feet-tall, stood above them.
“This priest approached Katie and began to pray openly with her,” Reed said. “He had a bottle of anointing oil with him and he used that.”
Another firefighter who had been watching said it appeared as if the priest also sprinkled Reed and two other emergency workers nearby with oil.
Everything happened quickly after that. Twenty emergency workers pulled together and sat the car upright, Churchill Lentz said. Katie Lentz’s vital signs improved and a rescue team from a neighboring community suddenly appeared with fresh equipment and tools. Lentz was removed and rushed to the hospital.
With Lentz gone, the rescue team prepared to clean up, Reed said.
“We all go back to thank this priest and he’s gone,” he said.
Read the USA Today article here.
Was this an angel visitation? Or was it just a kind person whose ninja skills lend themselves to stories such at TERMINUS?
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