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Wife prays for an angel, football player lifts car off trapped husband

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“God, bring an angel to my side,” prayed the desperate, screaming wife as she struggled to lift a car off of her husband’s chest. “Help me!”

In the parking lot of the Bull’s Den Cafe near the University of South Florida, tow truck driver Pedro Arzola, 34, was pinned under the right front tire of a 1990 Cadillac Seville owned by Chris Merrick, a cook at the restaurant. When preparing to tow the broken-down vehicle to a repair shop, Arzola remembers in a bit of a blur that the car somehow lurched forward, knocking him down.

She pleaded for a miracle. And communications major Danous Estenor showed up.

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment cknuck

    He’ll probably never lift over 3000 lbs again but what a story he is a angel to the wife, but the power of God can flow through people sometimes in such a way that we are reminded God is love.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Casey Archer

    People really don’t see the way this reflects on their God. Claiming such capriciousness that would bring aid to a man temporarily trapped under a vehicle, while at the same time leave a desperate parent’s prayer for God to send a doctor who can cure their 4-year-old’s brain cancer unanswered, reveals a hateful nature in the God they worship.

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