Social media users have refused to swallow the idea that an accident that completely desecrated a car, would have a man live to tell the tale, with only a cut on his forehead as proof.
Cade Halteman from Georgia, USA, has attributed his miraculous survival to God. This has consequently led to innumerable comments, especially from many doubting Thomases, after his photo of the damaged car went viral.
Majority of tweeps have said that his story is a lie as God could not possibly have saved him and let thousand others perish in road crashes every other day.
This morning i was involved in a car accident. Every medic said i should be dead. The picture below is my car. I walked away with only a cut on my forehead. It’s all thanks to God. For those who don’t believe in Him, take a look at me for example. God saved my life this morning pic.twitter.com/QtEJfGcdTx
— © (@CadeHalteman) January 9, 2018
I just wonder why this god didn't prevent the accident in the first place, but as you were…
— Abueng Gift (@Grey_Gift) January 10, 2018
Maybe none of this happened and this person used a picture of a wreck someone else was in and probably was severely hurt in ; simply for retweets and persuasion of religion
— 🍯dip (@Dope_Hopes) January 11, 2018
You just took a pic and claim you were driving it? No
— Majestic Ruler! (@tembur) January 11, 2018
it's a cute lie, whatever helps you keep going I guess
— Adamant (@Jumpluff16) January 11, 2018
The accident survivor has however taken the bull by the horns by posting a second photo trying to justify his story. In this photo Cade asks the pessimists to “stop with the lies.”
to everyone saying i faked it. here’s a pic from my snap story now please stop with the lies thank you 🙂 pic.twitter.com/0CdJ18qDZ8
— © (@CadeHalteman) January 11, 2018
To further substantiate his claim, Cade has tweeted saying he can show any further doubters his medical records as well as a picture of his tattoo showing “01.09.18” the date of the accident.
If that is not enough Cade’s best friend tweeted a day after the accident saying that the man truly was in the crash, and that he went to hospital afterwards and witnessed the aftermath. “The story is real,” said, Troy Marenco, Cade’s best friend .
Just as there are two sides of a coin, there are numerous tweeps who have believed his story and agreed that it was truly God’s doing.
Multiple people have written to Cade encouraging him despite the many trolls that have tried to bring him down.
Cade has acknowledged the fact that he does not know how he is still alive after the horrendous ordeal but thanks God all the same.
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