Two Officers Who Saved Baby In Icy River Heard Mysterious "Voice" Pleading For Help

Police officers that responded to a 911 call involving an overturned car in a cold, icy river had an experience unlike anything they could have ever imagined. Every now and then, real life and death experiences prove to be far more bizarre than even the best fiction. two cops save baby from icy cold river and hear a mysterious voice "Someone said 'help me' inside that car," Spanish Fork Police Officer Tyler Beddoes said. Fellow officer, Jared Warner backed up this account saying, "To me, it was plain as day. I remember hearing a voice that didn't sound like a child, just saying 'help me.'" two cops save baby from icy cold river and hear a mysterious voice Not really that bizarre, right? Someone must have survived the crash and been calling out. But that was only half the story. What they found was a deceased woman in the front seat and a car seat in the back containing a baby. Firefighters jumped into the icy river to rescue the baby that was wearing only a flannel onesie without a hat or gloves. two cops save baby from icy cold river and hear a mysterious voice Two days later, the baby was recovering in hospital leaving authorities mystified as to how she survived, upside down in frozen temperatures without food or water. "It's heartbreaking. Was she crying most the night?" Beddoes said. "It's a miracle. ... She was needed for sure elsewhere." Officers do not know the cause of the accident, but believe it happened while Lynn Groesbeck, who died in the accident, was returning home from a visit with her parents when her car struck a cement barrier on a bridge and spun into the river in Spanish Fork, about 50 miles south of Salt Lake City. [bctt tweet="Two Officers Who Saved Baby In Icy River Heard Mysterious "Voice" Pleading For Help"] two cops save baby from icy cold river and hear a mysterious voice The road where the accident occurred is busy enough, however no one saw the crash because the cement barrier obstructed the view. It is pure coincidence, and perhaps a miracle, that a fisherman chose that river, that morning and called it in. If it weren't for him, it could have been many more hours, if not days, before the wreck was discovered. The car was set on top of the bank, with cold water rushing through the broken windows, just below where the little girl, Lily, was hanging. "She must have been just out of the water enough to be getting oxygen," Beddoes said. Lily continues to improve and the family has thanked the emergency workers for their lifesaving efforts. two cops save baby from icy cold river and hear a mysterious voice 14 hours without food, water, or proper clothing in frigid temperatures would be nearly impossible for most people to survive, let alone a baby! What do you make of this story and the "voice" pleading for help? Do you think the rescue workers had some supernatural assistance? Source: CBS News [caption id="attachment_123084" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_100032" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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