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The Utah officers cannot explain it, but a mysterious voice that appeared to come from a wrecked car led them to the rescue of an unconscious 18-month-old baby that had been trapped for 14 hours.
Officer Tyler Beddoes of the Spanish Fork Police Department in Utah was one of four first responders who rescued the infant Lily Groesbeck who was secured in her car seat and left hanging upside down in 40-degree water after her mother drove off a bridge and died in a tragic crash Friday night.
Utah officers heard mysterious voice that led them to infant who survived for 14 hours after car crash killed her mother
Beddoes told the Daily News he was one of four Spanish Fork police officers who arrived at the scene. At first they were told there was a vehicle in the water but it wasn't until they started moving towards the water that they were informed by the witness that he could see an arm stick out of the window.The vehicle was flipped upside down but the four men plunged into the fast running 40-degree water and attempted to save any potential survivors.
Then suddenly, Beddoes and the other responders started to hear a distinct female voice call out for help.
But that doesn't dismiss the possibility that the mother somehow found a way after dying to stick around and look out for her own. Just sayin'...
We could see a person in the front seat and then we heard a voice saying 'help me, we're in here.' It was clear as day," he said. "We replied back 'hang in there, we're trying what we can.'" The voice motivated them to push harder because they believed there may be someone inside who was still alive. With their adrenaline pumping they pulled the heavy, water-filled car onto its side and discovered the driver was deceased.
originally posted by: thinline
Can anyone else find another article about hearing a voice? The linked one seems to be the only one