Originally Published: Glamour Magazine • May, 2013
On a Thursday morning in early 2012, nursing student Marcella Wagner, who was 32 years old and seven and a half months pregnant, was driving to class not far from her home in Redding, California. A car swerved in front of the Honda, clipping her front wheel. Marcella’s car flipped twice and landed upright on the side of the highway.
Barely able to process what had just happened, her first thought was how convenient it was that the car had landed upright — she could simply step out of it and walk away. Then she tried to, and nothing happened.
(Article not available online. But you can read more about Wagner.)