Maryland woman survives two brushes with death
MARYLAND -- Twenty-two-year-old Morgan Jade was driving on a Maryland bridge when an 18-wheeler slammed into the back of her car.
Her airbags went off and she thought she was going to be okay until the big rig hit her a second time. The impact sent her car plunging over the bridge 40-feet into the Chesapeake Bay.
"My eyes were closed, my mouth filled up with water. I got one good scream in and I started to drown. I felt like my whole body was getting filled up with water and I stopped shaking and said I don't want to drown I don't want to die," said Jade.
She made it out of that accident with a sprained ankle and some cuts and scrapes.