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As careful as Jenelle was a careful driver, she soon discovered that her car hit a large expanse of ice and lost control of her aquaplaning.

His car collided directly with the guardrail on the side of the road. She sustained serious leg injuries and was unable to get out of the car or move enough to find her cell phone in her wrecked car.

What made matters worse was the fact that even if another car came and stopped to help, the cell phone service was so poor that she probably wouldn’t be able to get a signal to call 911 to help her.

Jenelle was very scared and sat alone in her car praying to God not to let her die in the car accident, alone, unable to reach anyone. That’s when Jenelle remembered something incredible.

Her aunt had given her a modest little silver bracelet a few weeks earlier. She looked down, and miraculously, this bracelet was lying on the concrete next to her car. She was able to open the door and reach the bracelet, by pressing a button on the small trinket dangling from it.

Within minutes, her father was by her side, helping her out of the car. What looks like a pretty basic bracelet is actually a hidden panic button. Jenelle’s father pulled her out of the car and took her safely to the hospital for medical attention.

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