A traumatic crash can be a very personal, deeply transformative moment, an event where life’s momentum stops and your reality is changed.
How do you move forward? How does it affect the way you look at things?
Gary Dobbs dealt with that firsthand. For 31 years, Dobbs worked as a meteorologist at ABC’s affiliate in Huntsville, Alabama. In April of 2011, Gary had just gotten home after a long day of covering a tornado outbreak.
With storm warnings still in effect, he laid down to take a nap … and everything changed.
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