Transcript for Gut Feeling Helps Woman Saves Husband's Life
Now to a remarkable story. How a wife's gut instinct saved her husband's life. He was trapped under his car, praying for help. She answered those prayers. Reporter: Call it a wife's intuition. I just had this feeling come over me that I need to go home and check on my husband. Reporter: That feeling saved her husband's life. If not for that gut instinct, this 911 call would never have been made. Tell me what happened? He was, twoing on his car. It fell on him. Reporter: Scott Mayhew was working on his car. The jack slipped. The car started to come down. I couldn't move at all. Reporter: Scott, laying trapped with six broken ribs and internal injuries calling out for help for an hour and a half. There was a lot of pain. I felt the car crushing into my chest. Reporter: He began praying for his wife to come rescue him. A prayer that was answered. I knew if I just hung on long enough my prayers would be answered. She would be able to come home. I just kind of panicked. I was scared. But I did hear him. So I knew he was still alive. He said, help me, love. Reporter: The mother of three and a neighbor racing to lift the family's SUV off her husband's crehest. I consider him extremely lucky. In the time she came home, he could have lost his life had he been turned car much longer. Reporter: Scott says he's alive this morning thanks to his wife's incredible sixth sense. She's a very strong woman. I'm lucky to have her. I think god was watching us that day. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, New York.
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