A couple that narrowly escaped with their lives in an accident on a bridge are thankful to be alive.
In a mere three seconds, Arika Stovall, a student at Lipscomb University and her boyfriend, Hunter Hanks were on their way home to Nashville from Jacksonville, Florida when their pickup truck veered into a bridge support.
Just a second or two more and Hanks’ Toyota Tundra would have struck a concrete slab.
Photos of the mangled vehicle was not nearly of that much interest on social media as was the photograph depicting Hanks leaning over Stovall in the hospital. The two are seen smiling at each other even though both obviously suffered injuries in the crash.
The couple was traveling at approximately 85 mph when the truck veered and hit the pillar. Both suffered from concussions in the accident, however both intend to return to school when it resumes once again on Monday.
Anytime a person survives a crash and is able to walk away and tell the tale, it’s indeed something to be thankful for. Automobile accidents can cause serious injury or even fatalities.
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