Erin Weaver said that she experienced a miracle after 13 years.
13 years ago, Waver lived through an unfortunate tragedy, her boyfriend killed her two children and set her on fire.
Two-year-old Daelen and six-year-old Devlin died of smoke inhalation.
In 2003, A few days before Christmas, Erin Weaver along with her two children Daelen, 2 and Devlin, 6 , agreed to go Holiday shopping with Mark Fregia, the father of her deceased son.
Weaver said that Fergia was very abusive in the past. He was facing a court date for domestic battery.
After he picked them up, Weaver realized that something was off.
“I was always putting in my head that I was doing what was best for my kids,” Weaver said. “I thought I was doing the right thing by letting him see them. He started driving the opposite way of where we were supposed to be going and he wasn’t saying anything. He drove out of the town where we lived. I was trying to wave down other drivers.”
Weiver said that Fergia asked her to grab the soda bottle from underneath the car seat, she never thought that it was filled with gasoline. Fergia then doused her with gasoline and set her on fire.
She burst into flames, she grabbed the steering wheel and the car crashed. She acted upon instinct and jumped out of car, dropped and rolled.
Her children died of smoke inhalation.
Two and a half months later she woke up from a drug-induced coma. 85 percent of her body was covered I burns, and legally blind in one eye.
She said she remembered everything that happened and that she could never forget it, after her family asked her about it.
“I was really lost. I didn’t know how to live my life without being a mom. For the first six years I basically just cried every day all day long,” Weaver said.
In 2008, Fregia was sentenced to two life terms without the possibility of parole.
“Everything I have cried and prayed for 12 years… My prayers were finally answered. I am so lucky to be her mom,” Weaver said.