Mom and daughter die – then grandma sees something that gives her the chills

In Gainesville, Georgia, on a lovely spring day in 2017, Hannah Simmons was driving her infant daughter to the doctor for a checkup.

Nevertheless, the trip became fatal when Hannah’s automobile collided with a truck.

The loss devastated Hannah’s family. Yet, a picture taken from the location a few days later brought them some solace and optimism.

Hannah Simmons, 23, and her closest friend were traveling to the doctor’s office with Hannah’s nine-month-old baby, Alannah.

On the way, Hanna abruptly lost control of her vehicle, causing it to collide head-on with a truck. Her nine-month-old daughter, her best friend, and Hanna all fell away in an instant.

Emergency services were phoned by a man at the scene, but he and the other witnesses quickly recognized there wasn’t much they could do.

Anisa Gannon, 19, arrived at the scene of the collision while en route to work. Anisa grabbed her phone and snapped a photo of the closed road to show her boss why she would be late. Yet Anisa didn’t detect something in the photo when she took it; she didn’t notice it till afterward.

In the image, a strong beam of light can be seen coming from the sky and illuminating the area where the woman and her child perished in the car.

When Anisa showed the victim’s relatives the photo, they started crying when they saw the light beam. It looked like they were heading to heaven, Anisa’s aunt Tara observed and told her niece.

The family of the victims have taken solace in the light and interpret it as proof that Hanna, her closest friend, and her nine-month-old daughter have all entered heaven, despite some skeptics who believe it to be a reflection from Anisa’s car’s windshield.

Jodi Simmons, Hanna’s mother, declared that she “absolutely” thought the striking illustration depicted a “pathway to heaven.”

The only thing that can bring solace and calm when you lose someone you love is the knowledge that they are in a better place. Share this inspiring tale with others so they might find hope.