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Woman believes late dad saved her from near-fatal crash by sending her a sign

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Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to lose a loved one will know that it’s comforting to know they’re never really gone.

Many people report seeing signs from their family and friends after they pass away, in the form of little white feathers in moments or hardship, or messages in dreams.

One woman believes her late father got in touch with her just at the right time – by not only saving her life, but the life of her unborn child, too.

Kim, who goes by the name of Spookie Kewpie on TikTok, was 36 weeks pregnant when she was driving along a motorway during a snow storm.

“Driving home on the interstate during a snow storm, 36 weeks pregnant with my first son,” she explained in a clip posted to TikTok.

“My car being absolutely filled with the overwhelming scent of my dad’s cologne, even though he passed away 10 years earlier.”

In addition to the comforting smell of her father, Kim had a gut feeling that he was telling her to take the next exit off the motorway, instead of her usual route.

“My gut telling me to pull off two exits earlier than I should to get home,” she continued. “Getting home safe and seeing later there was a 15 and more car pileup right before my normal exit.”

Incredible. In a follow up video Kim went on to explain the lengths her father would go to in order to take care of her when he was alive, which is how she knew he would reach out to her to look after her now.

“I was 17 when I realised my dad would use all of the money he had to feed my brother and I when we were at his house every other weekend (divorced parents). He’d survive off a jar of peanut butter and two loaves of bread when we weren’t there,” she said.

“I always wondered why he never had food in his house when we weren’t there and he’d always play it off. He did this for 11 years before he passed away. As a mother now, I would absolutely do the same in a heartbeat.

“But I never got the chance to thank him for sheltering me from how horrible our situation was.”

What an amazing dad.