So after today's events it got me thinking. Story, My wife was headed to work this morning and was involved in a head on crash that was not her fault. Her car was on the road and at the bottom of a hill while the other vehicle went off the road. She exited the vehicle and moved away down the road to keep from geting hit again on the driver side. Now 7 to 10 cars drove around her before someone stoped and asked if she was ok and if they could call 911. This is what the vehicle looked like that they drove around. 2014 escape limited. I could give a crap about the car. She walked away. We heard the lady that hit her was in bad shape and had internal bleading. After we were back from the hospital and I got her settled in we heard a loud sound on the road in front of our house. As I was walking down the drive I could see cars going slow and then going up the road. We had a crash in front of our house. Kid that was driving went in the ditch and then hit the apron and fliped end over end. At least 10 to 15 cars drove by before someone stoped. By the time I got to the road someone had them in their car. This is what the drove by. I just dont understand. Why not help someone in need? Your covered under good Samaritan laws. Make sure your out of danger before you help. I even stoped to help a dad stuck in the end of his driveway with kids in the car. Just gave him a little push on the way to ice fishing. But both these were bad crashes. I guess it's been a long day and I can't comprehend it at this point. On a side note it's almost 2 years to the day that almost the exact same crash happened to me as happened to my wife today. Snowy road, we were being carefull, left early, on the way to work, watch the oncoming truck starts to fishtail then shoot across to hit head on. Both were mid size Suv's one Honda and one ford. We both walked away with similar injuries. She is going to be sore tommrow. That ford was the replacement for the honda.