Nashville Police Officer Says God Told Him to Walk Away from RV Moments before it Exploded
Christian Headlines - A Nashville police officer is praising God for saving his life after a massive explosion took place from a recreational vehicle on Christmas Day.
According to Yahoo News, Metropolitan Nashville Police Officers James Wells and Amanda Topping were close to completing their shifts on early Christmas morning when fellow officer Tyler Luellen, requested backup for a possible shooting in downtown Nashville.
Upon arriving at the scene, both officers heard audio from an RV that told occupants of nearby buildings to evacuate because there was a bomb in the vehicle that was about to explode. The vehicle also played the 1964 hit song "Downtown" by Petula Clark before exploding.
Topping, who was inside her car, grew antsy as people from inside a building near the RV began to evacuate. During a Sunday press conference, Wells, who describes himself as a “spiritual person” explained how God told him at the last minute to move away from the vehicle before the blast.
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