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Woman who ran over motorcyclist with her car claims that God ordered her to let go of the wheel and let him drive

By Mason White 5:00 PM March 12, 2015
Prionda Hill 

By: Mahesh Sarin
(Scroll down for video) A woman who blamed God for running her car into a motorcycle, was arrested on charges of failing to stop an accident, police in Indiana said.

Fort Wayne Police said that 25-year-old Prionda Hill, ran over 47-year-old Anthony Oliveri, leaving him with serious injuries.

Hill also struck the back of a Ford truck with her Pontiac Grand Prix before landing outside a restaurant. The incident unfolded around 9:45 p.m.

She was charged with failing to stop an accident, criminal recklessness and two counts of criminal conduct.

Hill said that she was driving normally on Jefferson Boulevard near Jackson Street, when suddenly God told her that she should let go of the wheel as he will be taking over from here.

As soon as she let go of the wheel, her Pontiac crashed into the back of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle driven by Oliveri. Oliveri said that he was traveling about 20 miles per hour when the car hit him from behind.

Oliveri was left with several broken ribs, lacerated spleen and kidney bleeding. He also suffered severe abrasions to the skin. Hill tested negative for alcohol.

The woman admitted that she has a prescription for pain medication. She also said that there was nothing mechanically wrong with her car.

The driver of the Ford truck was not injured.