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How My Mother’s Ghost Saved My Family From Being Crushed To Death – Grandmother Reveals

A traumatised grandmother Lynn Gunn, has said her family were saved from being crushed to death when a HGV ploughed into their broken-down car by her dead mum’s ghost.




According to The Sun UK, 58-year-old Lynn Gunn thought she, her daughter and her two grandchildren were going to die when a lorry ploughed into their stationary Kia Sorento on on the A55 in North Wales.



But Lynn thinks she was saved by the ghost of her mum Margaret, who died in 2013 after a cancer battle


Lynn, from Huyton, Merseyside, said: “I definitely think my mum was in the car that day.


“Just before Christmas a medium, who didn’t know what had happened, told me that mum was in a car with us during a car crash and that she had her arms round us protecting us. I really believe she was there.


“We are so lucky to be alive, I can’t believe we got away relatively unscathed. The police who came out said they thought they were attending a fatal accident.”




Lynn was driving with her daughter Paula Arnold in the passenger seat and Georgia, 9, and Amelia, 4, in the back on October 28 as they drove back from Wales after selling their holiday caravan.


The car, which was loaded with bedding, kitchen equipment and clothes, suddenly cut out as they were driving.


She managed to pull the car onto the hard shoulder with its hazards on – but the truck smashed into them seconds later.Heartstopping dashcam footage shows the moment the truck ploughs into the family’s car.




Lynn’s daughter Paula said: “I remember thinking, this is it, we’re going to die. When I saw the backseat I thought I’d lost both of them – it was the worst feeling ever.


“Georgia managed to jump out but as I looked at Amelia I thought she was dead as she wasn’t moving and a quilt from the boot had covered her head.


“The paramedic had to come in through the front seat to get her out – she was in shock and silently crying.”


Amazingly Georgia and Amelia escaped unharmed.


Their mum had badly bruised legs from where they hit the dashboard and is due to see an orthopaedic specialist to investigate what damage has been done to her hip.





The truck driver Thomas Anthony Holland, 61, admitted careless driving, was given six points and ordered to a £300 fine and costs at Mold Crown Court.


Paula said: “We definitely had someone looking down on us that day who saved us. My nanna Margaret was such a strong woman she was, and clearly still is.”




Lynn added: “The driver has ruined our lives. We’re grateful and lucky to be alive but it’s had such an impact on us all.


“It’s the children – when they’re coming up to you and saying ‘gran, when you die I will miss you, but then I will die and I’ll be with you again’.


“It’s terrible listening to them them – five-year-olds shouldn’t be talking about things like that. It’s wrecking our heads.”


PC Robert Williams from the North Wales Police Roads Policing Unit said: “We were extremely lucky not to be deal with a fatal road traffic collision and are thankful that all four occupants were released from hospital.


“This just shows that not paying attention behind the wheel of any vehicle can have consequences.”

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