Glad too hear you are all ok Nick , that's the main thing
Wow that was a big crash. I'm glad you are ok.
Light up a candle when you go to church.
Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377
you're a lucky man. and i'm glad to hear it.
good thing i don't have plans today. i'm afraid to leave the house.
Good to here you are OK Nick
I noticed from the photo's that the old airbag deployed I am fairly short in stature and have to drive with my seat right close to the steering wheel (And no I do not need a booster seat to see when I drive )
This I found was the worst part of an accident I got into a couple of years ago felt like some one broke my nose and I ended up with a couple of blackened eyes.
Regards Mark K
Glad to hear that you, and the other person involved are both okay. Although I hope that the muppet who was on their phone gets the book thrown at them. There's absolutely no excuse for people to be using their phones whilst driving, if its that bloody important they should just pull over!
Did you experience the slow motion effect of the adrenaline rush as it happened? I have experienced it and it is surreal and a very strange phenomenon that seems to slow time as the event unfolds.
Glad to hear you are ok. Having also been in a similar situation even when you walk away from an accident like that the shock can kick in within 24 hours and have effects.
Certainly glad to hear you are ok, Nick! Did the red car pull out in front of you? And he walked away? Good amount of crush in the driver door to walk away from that. He might be feeling it today. But I must say you missed your opportunity! When that happens, fall out of the car and flop around like a fish and bingo, payday and then you have a RK in your collection at least that seems to work over here.