Monday marked six months since a tragic Christmas day accident that killed two young men in Salisbury.
The only survivor, Joyce McDowell Curl talked about what she remembers from the moment of impact and the new battle she's beginning.
For Curl, every step is a miracle because doctors did not know if she would ever walk again. Both of her legs and her right elbow were crushed in the crash that killed Jairo Mercardo, 18, and David Molina, 23.
Police said Mercardo was speeding and lost control, hitting Curl head-on as she drove home from church.
"I remember the airbags with the Nissan logo in front of me and I could hear a crunching sound," Curl said.
There is a memorial of crosses and flowers at the scene of the accident on Harrison Road.
Curl said she rarely travels on that road, but only did Christmas Day because she needed gas.
"Everything in my whole life has changed," she said.
Curl underwent several surgeries and months of rehabilitation.
Her right leg is 5/8 of an inch shorter from the broken bones, she walks with a cane and uses an electric wheelchair to check the mail. She's not angry about the accident and credits her faith for her survival.
"I knew there was nothing I was going to go through that God wasn't going to help me through," Curl said.
She will now lean on her beliefs as she begins a new battle delayed by the crash, fighting breast cancer.
She will start radiation treatments in July.
Curl hopes her recovery and her road ahead will inspire others to stay positive.
"I'm a whole lot stronger and better through this situation. I look to find a few more bumps in the road," she said.