Following a deadly crash that killed a nursing student and her four classmates, the sister of one of the victims had an unexpected dream. After recounting the dream to her parents, the parents were hopeful that one last part of their departed daughter’s life may still be retrievable.
In 2015, Emily Clark, a 20-year-old nursing student, died in a car crash together with several other nursing students on a highway in Georgia. It was the girls’ last day of clinical training for the school year when their lives were tragically cut short in the fiery pileup of cars.
Her parents knew that Emily’s cell phone would contain lots of videos and photos of herself, including Emily’s latest photos prior to the crash, but assumed the phone didn’t survive the crash.
Her family said to Inside Edition that she loves to take photos and videos and, “she loved people, helping people.”
However, her younger sister, Hailey, soon had a dream. In the dream, Emily told her where the phone was.
“I could see the phone and it was at the crash,” Hailey said. But Hailey and her dad could not find it at the crash site.
“Her sister kept saying her phone is there,” Kathy said, as reported by The Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
Six months later, the police unexpectedly called the family, informing them that a cell phone had been found at the site, specifically, in the exact place that Hailey claimed Emily indicated to her in the dream.
“I know that was Emily saying my phone is still alive,” said Hailey.
The phone survived the crash and the family was happy to see the precious photos of Emily, still stored in her iPhone.
“It definitely brings joy to our heart, like she had come alive,” one of the family members said.