Woman driving to Bible study survives horrific crash that saw her car ripped apart by SUV in wrong lane

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Concerned people try to help Apol Lansang, still strapped on her car, half of which has been torn off following a horrific accident along Highway 101 near Sonoma, California, on May 13, 2017.(PHOTO: SCREENSHOT/KTVU)

A 25-year-old Christian nurse was driving south on a California highway on Saturday morning on her way to a Bible studies class when the unthinkable happened.

Apol Lansang said she was listening to music—Rachel Platten’s “Stand by You”—as she drove down the curving, four-lane Highway 101 through the hills just north of Cloverdale, the Press Democrat reported.

Then she saw it coming—an SUV driving fast on the wrong lane and on a direct collision course with her car.

“All I did was think fast, think quick. I turned my wheel to the left to try and get out of the way, but he was coming too fast,” she told KTVU.

All Lansang could do was brace for

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