Driving home around 10:30 one Saturday night, I felt more tired than usual, while waiting for a long train to pass, I placed my car in park, put my head back and found myself waking up! Holy smokes! There were no other cars left but mine, everyone else was gone! I put my car in drive and was gone! I was only a few miles from my house when I glanced at a gas station and the next thing I know I was slumped over in my seat while my car was in the oncoming traffic lane coasting by itself! This really had me twisted, I fell asleep again (or so I thought). I thought it was best to go to the hospital because something didn't feel right! After being hooked up to a heart monitor and having all kind of test done, the doctor came into my hospital room and just stood there staring at me! When I finally acknowledged him qhe said to me " you should not be here, you died in that car! Your heart stopped beating and that should have been it! I was diagnosed with a "Sudden Death Syndrome which led to Ventricular Fibrulation.I was immediately rushed to surgery for a placement of a pacemaker and a diffibulator that has saved my life several times over and aloud me to enjoy my beautiful grandchildren, life is good!