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Last spring my wife and I were traveling through northern Illinois on a trip to visit friends in Indiana. We were driving at highway speed on a narrow two-lane highway behind an RV towing a panel truck. Without warning, a ladder broke loose from the top of the panel truck and fell to the road a short distance in front of us.
At that instant my wife vehemently declared, “We are safe!” and our car suddenly veered left into the oncoming lane to avoid the ladder. I suppose I must have turned the steering wheel for evasive action. I only know that my action was not a decision on my part—and I could not see if any vehicles were approaching in the oncoming lane. None were. I think of that occurrence as our being divinely protected.