"I would've rather been at church," Tabatha Baker said.
She said she looks forward to Sundays. She is a youth Sunday school teacher and an Upward basketball coach at Highland Baptist Church.
But on the cold morning of, Dec. 16, 2007, instead of making her routine Sunday trip to church, Baker, of Shelbyville said she was driving down I-64 West on her way to work at Baptist Hospital East.
Baker said it wasn't her day to work, but she called in and was told she was needed.
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