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WATCH IT: ‘God Had My Back' Man Survives BRUTAL Early Morning Hit-And-Run

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KHQ.COM - Cops in Charlotte, N.C., are looking to track down a spineless driver who was caught on surveillance tape running over a man and then fleeing the scene early Saturday. Miraculously, the victim, Shuan Lewis, survived the brutal hit-and-run. "I know God had my back, that's all I know," Lewis told local station WSOCTV. "God was looking out for me." In the shocking video, Lewis can be seen trotting across Tuckaseegee Road in west Charlotte at around 5 a.m. on Saturday. click here to read more

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