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You and your family are driving home from a friend’s house on a Sunday evening. It had been a day full of cheering on the Texans, card games, and lots of laughs.
As you pull into an intersection, an approaching pickup truck runs a red light. Seeing your brake lights too late, the driver tries to avoid your vehicle—but to no avail.
Twisting metal, shattering glass, and the jerk of your car instantly changing direction fling you and your family onto the nearby sidewalk.
Amidst the terror, confusion, pain, and shrieking bystanders, you need to act.
But what do you do?
In 2013, there were 65,539 serious injury crashes in Texas. In those crashes, 89,270 people sustained serious injuries. Based on these numbers, one person was injured in a Texas car accident every two minutes, 16 seconds. (Statistics from the Texas Department of Transportation)