Kim and Anthony Odewahn are convinced there's someone watching over them.
On November 22 last year the pair found themselves trapped upside down in their car after the campervan they had just purchased was tipped by a gust of wind on the Hume Highway coming back from Melbourne.
But the long time servants of the Ovens and Murray Netball and Football League will tell you what happened next was nothing short of a miracle.
"You wouldn't believe it, but the first respondents were a paramedic who was going home to Wagga from a conference with two trainees and his full kit, a man from the Seymour SES and a nurse," Kim said.
"To have those professional people there to get us out of the car, I just can't explain it, it was a miracle in itself.
"I don't know how often that happens.
"I can't tell you the care we got when they got us out of the car and tended to us.
"We look back and we don't complain about much because we were extremely lucky.
"We could have not been here.
"We think it was a miracle, someone was looking after us up there."
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The pair both suffered injuries from the accident, with Kim spending three weeks in the Royal Melbourne Hospital, including a return trip on Christmas Eve.
"Anthony dislocated his shoulder backwards and was in enormous pain," she said.
"Somewhere along the line when the car tipped over my arm managed to fling out the window.
"I lost muscle and tendons from the forearm on my right arm and had to have skin grafts and three operations.
"But you know it's an arm, we had no head injuries.
"We got through it.
"We're very thankful that we're still here."
Kim admits her recovery is still a work in progress, however has been unable to revisit Melbourne due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anthony's arm is now feeling much better.
The campervan they had traveled to purchase was supposed to see them through their downtime after the completion of the Ovens and Murray seasons.
When the Odewahns aren't spending every weekend at the football and netball during the season, you can most likely find them camping through the summer months.
They both admit not being able to attend football and netball on a Saturday at the moment has been a huge adjustment to make.
"We're totally lost with nowhere to go," Kim said.
"Saturdays are total footy with radio in the morning and footy somewhere in the afternoon," Anthony said.