The mother of Leon Bailey’s child, Stephanie Hope, is sending praises to God for not only sparing her life in a car accident but also sparing the lives of everyone in the overturned vehicle, including her son.
The accident that left two motor vehicles wrecked happened on the North-South High Way at Unity Valley when, according to Nationwide Radio, Hope, Bailey’s son, his brother and another individual were travelling to St Ann.
Hope shared the accident on her Instagram Story on Wednesday, confirming she and the other individuals walked away from the crash with minor injuries, while her son miraculously came out unscathed.
The footballer was not in the vehicle as he was in training camp with the Reggae Boyz preparing for their Nations League clash with Suriname at the national stadium.
While the details of the car accident are not yet clear, the aftermath of the crash was recorded and has been shared online showing the two vehicles along the High Way with a small group of people standing close by.
Hope shared the image of the Mercedes vehicle they were in, which was overturned along the roadside. In her post, she first noted that she’s “honestly not posting for sympathy but to say that GOD is real!”
“He spared our lives yesterday & I am forever grateful,” she continued. “I will continue to sing about how Awesome of a GOD he is We came out with a few bruises and my son came out with none. Thank God we are alive. This is our testimony.”
As for the footballer, Bailey was featured in the Reggae Boyz 3-1 win against Suriname at the national stadium on Tuesday.
Watch the footage after the crash below.
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