Alabama man reunited with photo of late wife blown away by Hurricane Sally

Alabama man reunited with photo of late wife blown away by Hurricane Sally

A man in 앨라배마 recovered a special photo of his late wife that was blown away in the wicked windsHurricane Sally, all thanks to the help of strangers on social media.

Scott Christmas said on 페이스 북 the photo of his late wife, Amy Christmas, is usually on the dashboard of his Jeep. The image was taken in April 2017, after what Christmas described asher first night home from the hospital after her first seizure.

A seizure that let us know her brain cancer had progressed,” 그가 썼어. “The picture in question has sat in the same spot on the dash of her Jeep, now my Jeep for three years now.

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Three years ago, Amy lost her battle with brain cancer. In her memory, Scott kept several photos ofthe love of my lifeon him.

But when Scott and his daughter were traveling to Point Clear on Sept. 16 to check on Amy’s grave after Hurricane Sally roared through he region, he said the photo was swept out of his vehicle by lingering winds.

Scott Christmas was reunited with a photo of his late wife, Amy, after it was blown out of his vehicle in lingering winds from Hurricane Sally thanks to the help of a Facebook group and the couple who found the photo, Bjarke and<br> Kimberly Daniels Hansen

Scott Christmas was reunited with a photo of his late wife, Amy, after it was blown out of his vehicle in lingering winds from Hurricane Sally thanks to the help of a Facebook group and the couple who found the photo, Bjarke and<br> Kimberly Daniels Hansen (Courtesy Scott Christmas)

We stopped to get out and check and as soon as I opened the door a gust came through because my little girl’s window was down and the picture in question took off,” he told FOX10.

Christmas said he thought the photo was gone for good until that Monday, 씨족. 20, when he started getting tagged on Facebook. He then saw he was tagged in comments on a post on theWhat’s Happening in FairhopeFacebook group.

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Kimberly Daniels Hansen had written that her husband, Bjarke Hansen, had found the photo when they returned to their Fairhope home to check on the damage from the storm.

Scott Christmas had kept the photo of his late wife, Amy, on the dashboard of the Jeep for three years before lingering winds from Hurricane Sally blew it out of the vehicle.

Scott Christmas had kept the photo of his late wife, Amy, on the dashboard of the Jeep for three years before lingering winds from Hurricane Sally blew it out of the vehicle. (Courtesy Scott Christmas)

“갑자기, I saw something laying over here in the grassIt was upside down. A piece of paper I thought. I lifted it up and saw it was a beautiful woman on the pictureand thought — 오, who could that be,” Hansen told FOX10.

Kimberly then posted the photo in the group, where others identified her as Scott’s late wife.

It was very emotional,” 그녀는 FOX10에게 말했다.

FOX 뉴스에서 더 많은 일기 예보를 보려면 여기를 클릭하십시오.

The photo was wet but still in good shape. 스콧 shared the lengthy story on Facebook, with a special message to the strangers who spotted the photo.

Thank you Kimberly and Bjarke. You all were a light within a storm,” 그가 썼어.

FOX 뉴스 앱을 보려면 여기를 클릭하십시오.

Sally made landfall as a Category 2 storm near Gulf Shores, Ala., after strengthening as it approached the coast.

Storm surge then caused major flooding in places such as Pensacola, where the downtown area was filled with several feet of water. The storm was blamed for two deaths in the region.

모두, Sally’s damage is expected to cost upward of $ 2 십억, Reuters reported.

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