As a graphic design student at Lipscomb University, Arika Stovall always hoped her work would get noticed, but this is something she never saw coming.
The 21-year-old and her boyfriend Hunter Hanks were on their way home on New Year’s Day.
Neither one of them remembers how it happened. Hunter came to as his pickup truck was seconds away from slamming into a bridge support.
“I don’t know how we lived through that,” says Arika.
Hunter’s Toyota was mangled, and he suffered injuries on his face. However, a different moment entirely captured inside Arika’s hospital room is what social media can’t stop sharing.
Read more: 6abc.com
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