Jeffro wrote "I believe that you are relating the story as you remember it. I don't believe it happened the way you say it did. It is unlikely that the lights would happen to malfunction just the once and then continue to operate normally. I think it is more likely that you were distracted by an emergency vehicle, started turning against traffic, and panicked a little. Because you panicked, details got mixed up in your mind, and you confused some of the details, intertwined with your perception of what 'angels' might look like. There may have been accompanying factors to both your being distracted and your improper recollection, such as low blood pressure, dehydration, lack of sleep, and various other conditions. This is much much more likely."
Yes I can completely understand your logic here on your post. How can I word this to where it will make sense to you. I'm not trying to sound hard but I've seen a lot in my life including people that have been stabbed, I've been shot at (to be fair it was only a drive by but nevertheless they shot out my van window feet from me, my friends were shocked on how calm I was), have seen many sad/gruesome cornoer cases (think exposed blood, brains, bodily fluids, and stench/decomp before being embalmed) at the morgue when working at my former job/cemetary, drove on the scene of a hit and run, (with the decedent laying face down in a pool of blood and a missing leg, I remember looking for it but couldn't, I know she didn't make it) before any emergency personnel had arrived, and I see and hear ambulances just about every day. I live on a busy intersection and have seen more than a few accidents while living here. I once saw a pedestrian who got hit by a car and his loss of blood was seemingly beyond measure, exposed ribs etc. I'm not sure he made it either. I've been in car wreckS, one of which made my back worse.
Now why in the world did I say all of that? Well, it's the fact that I'm a little on the jaded side at times and don't get worked up like many people do on emergencies. I'm not trying to say I'm a hero though. All I'll say is that when I see an emergency vehicle with lights flashing and sirens blaring, I either A. move over to the shoulder like I'm supposed to or B. stay put if there's nowhere for me to go as this was the case. It wasn't until days later that I got all worked up on what had just happened with the two "cops" scenario. There's not much else I can say here.