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Look Closely at This Photo From a Horrifying Car Wreck. Crash Victim's Family Believes You'll See a Guardian Angel.

Look Closely at This Photo From a Horrifying Car Wreck. Crash Victim's Family Believes You'll See a Guardian Angel.

"What a mighty, prayer-answering God we have."

Family members of a South Carolina man who survived a terrifying car accident last Thursday believe that he was supernaturally protected by a guardian angel — a mysterious figure that they say can be seen in a photograph from the crash site.

"You can see on the picture, on the right-hand side that the angel looks like he's actually knelt with his hands up praying over him," Lynn Wooten, a cousin of the unnamed victim, told WHNS-TV. "If you was to see the car you would think nobody came out of it."

As it turns out, a pastor witnessed the entire accident and stopped to pray at the scene, asking God to protect the man, who ended up suffering a punctured lung, broken collarbone and broken ribs, but is expected to recover, Fox News Insider reported.

Pastor Michael Clary of Church of God of Prophecy in Ware Shoals, South Carolina, wrote about the incident on his Facebook page and shared photos from the terrible wreck, though he mentioned nothing of a purported guardian angel appearing in any of those images.

"This SUV passed me on [highway] 252 on my way back home from CVS ... when it came around me it went to far left running off shoulder over corrected going sideways in front of me," Clary wrote. "Started rolling over — I counted four times before hitting ditch then going airborne, hit about twelve feet against large pine. Wrapped around tree in air and I saw something come out passenger side window."

When the pastor got to the scene, he said that he was shocked to see a young man on the ground, presumably having been sent through the window during the crash. Clary immediately began praying for the man, saying that he was later relieved to hear that he would be okay.

"What a mighty, prayer-answering God we have," he wrote. "Thank you, Lord, for having me in the right place at the right time."

The injured man's family is convinced that a guardian angel protected him, according to Fox News Insider.

Watch the "Fox and Friends" segment below:

Not everyone is so convinced that an angel can be seen in the photo, though.

"I can't see it, to be honest," said "Fox and Friends" host Brian Kilmeade.

Co-host Steve Doocy agreed, adding, "I couldn't either."

What do you think? Let us know below.

(H/T: Fox News Insider)

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