This mother could have lost her life in a nightmare of a crash recently. But her daughters believe it was the help of a good samaritan who ran toward the accident to do what she could for the victim until help arrived that saved this beloved mom's life. Now the victim's family urgently needs answers and is seeking any tips they can get about what may have caused this accident.

The crash took place on Thursday, Nov. 5th, at approximately 5:15 pm in front of the Towne Center strip mall on Rt. 35 north in Oakhurst, across from the McDonalds and Starbucks and could have killed a mom named Stephanie.

Gianna, one of the daughters of the victim, took to social media with a plea to find the woman who pulled over, ran over to the accident scene, and stayed with her mother. Stephanie was in and out of consciousness behind the wheel. Her daughters wanted to thank this guardian angel for comforting their mom and letting her know she wasn't alone.

People throughout Monmouth/Ocean shared the request until this family was able to find and thank the woman who went above and beyond to help a stranger. The sisters say they hope to thank her in person once their mom is out of the woods. These sisters feel as if they owe this guardian angel their lives. Gianna says,

"God sent a woman to fearlessly enter the scene of the accident and be with my mom while she was going in and out of consciousness. This woman, my mom's angel, comforted my mom and kept telling her to stay awake. She possibly saved my mom's life and for that I am forever grateful for her heroic actions that day."

But these sisters, whose mom miraculously survived the near-death crash, need your help. They are urgently asking any witnesses to this awful accident to please come forward and help them piece together what happened that early-evening since Stephanie was unconscious upon impact.

If you or someone you know may have witnessed this car accident or might have any information about what happened that day, Gianna Moglino asks that you please send an email to:

The daughters call their sweet mom the anchor of their family. But Stephanie suffered tremendous injuries, including a broken neck, and now needs major surgeries including spinal fusion. After that she will need a long rehab.

A Go Fund Me has also been started to help Stephanie, who is known in her community for always giving to others. Now she's the one who needs help and her medical bills will be thousands of dollars. If you are able to give anything, please CLICK HERE.

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