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Topic - Raymond Reed
The mysterious "angel priest" who anointed a woman in her wrecked car last weekend has come forward as Father Patrick Dowling, of the Diocese of Jefferson City, Catholic News Agency reported.
Photos of the nearly fatal wreck won't show him, but rescuers and emergency workers swear: A man dressed in priest garb did show at the scene of a recent roadway accident and administer aid and prayer that seemed to save the 19-year-old victim's life.
One emergency responder, Raymond Reed, the fire chief of New London, Mo., noted the oddity of the priest's presence in the remote area.
One emergency responder, Raymond Reed, the fire chief of New London, Mo., noted the oddity of his presence in the remote area.