My daughter and my niece came down to Texas to visit my oldest daughter at college for family weekend. While driving back from the airport, it was late my oldest daughter Mandi had drifted a little to the left on the highway she got in the gravel and she tried to get back on the road and over compensated as younger less experienced drivers can do. The car went to the right all the way to the other side and into the grass where she once again tried to get back on the cement highway but she steered to hard and the vehicle with the 3 of them started to roll. This gets me emotional here but they rolled 8 or 9 times according to the report and while they rolled the explorer would land on the passenger side. This part is unclear how or when but my youngest Tay was ejected from the vehicle we assume on the final flip as she was laying about 8 to 10 feet behind where the explorer landed. The Explorer roof never collapsed in on my daughter or niece who was lying down strapped in the backseat saving them from, I don’t even want to think what could of happened. My Taylor being ejected according to the people that arrived on the scene probably saved her from very serious injuries or worse because the vehicle would land on her side every time it flipped and God must have stepped in and got her out at just the right time. All I know from the people that I talked to that arrived on the scene and have seen alot of bad accidents said that the Ford Explorer did its job and saved their lives, so the first thing I wanted to do was to thank Ford Motor Co. for building a vehicle that saved my precious angels lives. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I hope when you read this you take some time and kiss and hug those close to you, you never want that phone call at 2:30 in the morning.