I imagine by now everyone has heard the story of the four police officers in Utah who were called to a back-country river by a fisherman who found a car upside down in that river.
Yesterday I saw an article that included a video (I think the video said “Channel 5 Fox News”) that interviewed the police officers that were involved in the rescue. Of course, today – when I’m going to post about it – I can’t find that video anywhere. According to that interview (from my memory), when the police officers arrived on the scene and saw the car there in the water, they took into account the likelihood that the occupants (if there were any) would probably be dead, the danger of hypothermia to the rescuers, and the needed equipment to bring the car right-side-up and out of the water. But while they were standing there and talking and thinking about these things, four (get that – four) police officers heard cries for help. That put them into motion to get to whoever was in that car. What they didn’t know at the time was that while the driver of the car was deceased, the baby inside the car (who was strapped to her carseat and hanging upside-down over the icy river) was still alive.
Here is a short snip from an article:
Dewitt was one of the first officers to arrive. The incident was originally reported as a possible abandoned vehicle in the river. But as he got closer, he said he could see the mother inside. Three more officers arrived almost simultaneously at the river.
And that’s when they heard a voice.
“We were down on the car and a distinct voice says, ‘Help me, help me,'” Dewitt recalled.
“It wasn’t just something that was just in our heads. To me it was plain as day cause I remember hearing a voice,” officer Tyler Beddoes said. “I think it was Dewitt who said, ‘We’re trying. We’re trying our best to get in there.’
“How do you explain that? I don’t know,” he said, adding that the voice didn’t sound like a child.
“It was a positive boost for every one of us because I think it pushed us to go harder a little longer. I don’t think that any one of us had intended on flipping a car over that day,” Beddoes said. “We know there was some other help there, getting us where we needed to be.”
(AV) So the officers arriving at the scene were of the mindset that they may not even be getting into that car on that day.
Who was it? Where did that voice come from? And if the police officers hadn’t flipped the car over that day – perhaps that minute – what would have happened to the baby inside?
Here’s what I think. I think that the mother passed away during the crash, but her disembodied spirit would not and did not leave the scene of the accident until help arrived for her baby. She probably knew that the officers were thinking about waiting for additional equipment to arrive and she probably knew that the officers didn’t know that her baby was in that car – and still alive. And she was screaming from the other side of the veil for them to help – and help now.
Generally, as we see from studying NDE’s (Near Death Experiences), a person living in the 3D world cannot hear what is being said to them – even if it’s being said with great emphasis – from the other side of the veil. But in this case she was heard. She was heard by not one but by four police officers.
My question is why? Why was she heard and not all the others who try to communicate through the veil? Was it because her baby simply was not destined to die on that day? Was the communication catalyzed (helped out) by other-dimensional helpers of some kind (ie: Angels)? Are those four police officers special in some way that they could hear her voice? Is the veil thinning, as many have proclaimed? Or does this kind of “miracle” happen more often than we think, and is just not usually covered by the media? What do you think?
There is one other case that I know of right off the top of my head where someone in 3D heard someone else who was disembodied pleading for her help. (See, “The Mental Equivalent of a Shout“.)