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Two eye witnesses have relayed the story in addition to William Branham: Vilho Soininen, a Finnish pastor, and Jack Moore, a pastor from the U.S. (see the complete stories below). The facts from these two men are as follows:
#There were several carloads of people traveling with William Branham.
#William Branham was in the back seat of one of the cars.
=The Story according to Pastor Soininen=
Pastor Vilho Soininen, of Kuopio, related the story in Gordon Lindsay's book, [[A Man Sent from God, by Gordon Lindsay|William Branham: A Man Sent From God]]:
''One morning at about 3 A.M., I was awakened out of my sleep to find that the angel of the Lord was in the room to show me a vision. By the spirit I was transported in the vision to a scene where an accident had just happened. I saw that a little boy of about eight or ten years of age had been killed. He had light brown hair and his clothes looked very ragged and torn. Some men were taking the child to a hospital or funeral home.''
''…It was in Kuopio, Finland, when the Lord Jesus fulfilled the vision that He had shown me some two years before. It was that of a little boy with light brown hair which was raised from the dead. I was with a group of ministers, who were coming down from a mountain where we had been praying and singing hymns.
==The Mystery of the second child==
''Arriving at the hospital, we were surprised to learn that the car had struck another little boy, and had knocked him to the other side of the road. We had not seen him because he was hidden from our view, and another car had picked him up and rushed him to the hospital. After two days he was still unconscious.
''The parents of both children came to the hotel to see me. The father and mother of the first boy were so happy because the Lord had given life back to their son according to the vision that He had showed me.
''But with sadness the other parents looked at me and said, “What about our boy? Is he going to live?”