A photo taken at the scene of a tragic car crash that killed two young moms and a 9-month-old baby last month is bringing hope and peace to the families of the victims.
The fatal accident unfolded on April 25 in Hall County, Georgia, when Hannah Simmons, 23, her baby girl A’lannah and a friend named Lauren Bureau, 28, lost control of their vehicle and hit another car, Today.com reported.
In the midst of that tragedy, a woman named Anisa Gannon, who was on her way to work and was caught in the resulting traffic, decided to take a photo of the scene to prove that she was caught in the middle of a traffic scenario that was beyond her control.
It was later, though, when Gannon’s aunt, Tara Noble, looked at that photo, that she noticed something curious — a beam of light seemingly extending from the sky to the roadway where the emergency workers were trying to help the victims.
Inside that beam some family members believe they can see at least two tiny, white orbs.
“Oh, my gosh,” Noble said to herself. “It’s a pathway to heaven.”
The image was so stirring that Noble decided to reach out to the families of the victims of the crash to show them the beam of light and to try and help bring them some peace and healing. And, in the end, that’s exactly what the photo accomplished.