Over the holiday weekend my wife and I were hit head on by a drunk driver on a back road late Sunday night. The driver was drunk and came around a corner too fast, went flying over the railroad tracks and hit us head on. My wife hardly had enough time to put on the brake (although we were only going 30-35 mph at the time). The accident was horrific, but the airbags in our 2002 Honda Accord did their duty and we both walked away from the accident with minor injuries. I suffered mostly bruises and a few contusions on my legs while my wife has some bruises and a fractured ankle. She'll be in an air cast for 3 months, but it could have been much worse. The driver was wearing his seat belt, but their old Jeep Commanche truck they were riding in was not equipped with air bags. The driver lost all of his front teeth and his head hit the windshield. His passenger was not wearing a seat belt and suffered a broken back and multiple injuries to his head. The last pictures in the gallery below shows the hat of the passenger of the truck that hit us still stuck in the windshield. I went back the day after the accident to recover all of our belongings in our car as I could not take them with us in the ambulance. Luckily all of my camera equipment (which was in my backpack in the trunk) survived and still worked flawlessly. The pictures were taken with my D50 and the kit lens. Here is our car now: Here is the corner that the truck came around from our perspective. You can see the markings in the road where our car ended up with the front end being pushed to the right. The big circle right in front of the white line is the point of impact. Here is the truck that hit us: The rest of the pictures can be seen at http://imageevent.com/tsx_wiz/family/caraccident We are all very happy and lucky to be here today with the minimal injuries we suffered. This is my friendly reminder to all, if you do drink (and I drink as well) please do not drive for the sake of everyone else out on the road!!! Thank you for looking and reading (if you made it this far).