- Grieving families have been comforted by an incredible photo
- It shows a beam of light illuminating the car crash scene where they lost their loved ones
- The families believe the beam was a "pathway to heaven" for their loved ones
Grieving families in Georgia, US have been comforted by an incredible photo taken at the scene of the car crash where they lost their loved ones.
Two women and a baby, Hannah Simmons, 23, her nine month old daughter A'lannah, and friend Lauren Buteau, 28, died in a car crash on April 25.
A commuter waiting for the road to be cleared took a picture that appeared to show a beam of light illuminating the scene of the crash.
The commuter, Anisa Gannon, sent the picture to her aunt, Tara Noble, who said she immediately saw a "pathway to heaven."
Speaking to a local news outlet, Noble said: "I don't believe in coincidences, especially the two "lights" inside that bigger light. It brought the families peace, whether it's a glare or not. It's indescribable, basically, and it does look like them leaving."
Noble showed the picture to the victims' families and it gave them comfort. Hannah's mother Judy said it was a gift.
She said: "That picture was taken for a reason — to give me sanity. Hannah was also my best friend, and she's looking down from heaven now."
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