The mysterious rescuer from the “Missouri Miracle” is nowhere to be found and is not in any of the 70 photos taken of the scene. The stranger is credited for saving a young girl’s life through the power of prayer.
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It’s being called the “Missouri Miracle.” Much of it is still a mystery. A teenager with a beautiful smile. 19-year-old Katie Lentd, trapped in her mangled car, hit by a drunk driver. And first responders trying to get her out. The Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Adair won’t forget when that Fire Chief turned to him in despair because he was out of options. The tools weren’t working. By that time, it was almost an hour.
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