At the age of 20, Emily Clark was a passionate nursing student at Georgia Southern University. She was beautiful and caring, and had a very close relationship with her parents, Karen and Craig, and younger sister Hailey.
Like many technologically-savvy young women, Emily loved taking photos, selfies, and videos with her iPhone. She was always snapping shots of her family, her boyfriend, Neal, and her day-to-day activities.
But just as she was about to graduate nursing school and fulfill her dream career, Emily was among five nursing students killed when a tractor-trailer crashed into their vehicle on a highway in Savannah, Georgia.
In the wake of the devastating tragedy in April 2015, Emily’s family assumed her cell phone — which held all of her most recent memories — was gone forever.
One night, Emily’s sister Hailey had a dream in which Emily appeared and guided her to her lost phone’s location. Hailey woke up and told her parents she just knew the phone was still at the crash site. They said it was impossible.
Six months after Emily died, police called the Clark family with stunning news…
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