Boy miraculously saves dad being crushed by a car and believes angels assisted him


Do you have faith in miracles? What about angels?

When we talk about these topics, there is so much more to learn and discover.

If you don’t believe in angels, you might after reading the following story.

It’s almost as if life has a way of transforming ordinary people into heroes.

In this miraculous story of a young boy’s bravery, he saved his father from being crushed by a car.

J.T. Parker, a young boy, was once a hero. He was faced with an impossible task — he had to rescue his dad.

However, J.T. claims that he wasn’t alone.
The eight-year-old boy believes “angels” must have assisted him during the incident.

One July afternoon, J.T., Mason, J.T.’s teenage brother, and his father, Stephen Parker, were working on their car in the garage at home in Sugar City, Idaho.

J.T.’s 17-year-old brother accidentally cut his hand and went inside for first aid.

While his son was away, Stephen continued to work on the vehicle. In an interview with East Idaho News, he explained:

“We were pulling the engine out of the car, and after we got it jacked up, I climbed under there to take the axels off.”

“The one axle came off pretty easily, but the other side wasn’t coming off.”

Stephen got trapped.
J.T.’s father made a bad decision by jostling the second axle. The Toyota Prius slammed into him, pinning him beneath the vehicle.

He screamed for J.T. to help him, but he didn’t think his young son could jack the car from his chest.

“I yelled to J.T. on the other side of the car, ‘Jack it up quick! Jack it up quick!’” Stephen told East Idaho News.

“I couldn’t move at all. I was totally trapped, and then I passed out. It was all in his hands, and I thought, ‘This is it. There’s no way he can jack up this car because it took my 17-year-old son and I both to jack it up the first time.”

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