Lolo Jones, 30-year-old Olympic hurdler turned bobsledding World Cup medalist, said she recently saw God after crashing in her first bobsled accident.

Jones, two-time Christian Olympian, took to Twitter Monday night to let over 300,000 followers know that she had a spiritual experience during her first bobsled crash.

“!!!! I Just HAD MY FIRST BOBSLED CRaSH!!!!! God is real,” Jones tweeted Monday. “I saw Him today and He said come back later.”

The first-year bobsledding athlete was reportedly in a sled that tipped over while training for a World Cup stop in Winterberg, Germany, according to USA Today reports. Jones, the bobsled pusher, and her driver Elana Meyers were not hurt but the former decided to crack a few jokes on Twitter about the incident.

“When I got back to the start house people asked if I was OK,” Jones tweeted. “I said GIVE me a mirror!! How’s my face?! Forget my legs & arms. I’m still single!”

Although she is a bobsledding rookie, Jones teamed up with driver Jazmine Fenlator to win a silver medal in the World Cup opener last month. The hurdler expressed her excitement after accomplishing the feat.

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