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November 28, 2015 / 16 Kislev, 5776
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Was It Eliyahu Hanavi?


I lost control of my car while driving in Brooklyn when a speeding taxi slammed into me. I thought my life was about to end when my car slammed directly into a tree. Baruch Hashem I survived, even though the taxi driver never stopped to help me.

Due to the heavy damage to the car, which made it look more like an accordion than a vehicle, I was stuck in the car with nobody in the street to help me – or so I thought. But suddenly, out of nowhere, a man appeared and was able to get my car door open. He told me to get out immediately, as the car might blow up from all the damage. After calling 911, the man disappeared before I could thank him.

Was it Eliyahu Hanavi who saved me – or was it a great miracle that came to my rescue?

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