Have you been in a car accident before?
If so tell me how does it feel when you hit or somebody hits you.
- car253Lv 72 months ago
That is not a question.
- StanleyLv 72 months ago
Yes, 1966, I was in hospital for a week and orf work for 4 weeks.
- MayLv 62 months ago
and.........No, I won't
- liberalLv 62 months ago
Not while in a car, but on my bicycle, I've collided with trucks multiple times, including once
on my way to a final exam in tennis class. I didn't have the same strength but still participated and got the grade I hoped to get. Could barely move my arm for a week afterwards though.
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- FLv 62 months ago
The scariest bit is when airbags deploy there’s an explosion. You don’t really notice that but it leaves a burning smell and you first reaction us “Oh sh1t the car’s on fire!”
- AlCaponeLv 72 months ago
Yes, a couple of high-speed rear enders. No physical injuries but the body pain that only shows up the next day feels like someone has beat you with a baseball bat.
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 72 months ago
Oh hell yeah. I've been in more than a few. And trust me, it's highly overrated. Don't do it just to fit in with the cool kids.
The feelings start a split second before the impact happens. You hear the squeal of brakes or see the oncoming vehicle, and you get an overwhelming sensation of "oh shi…" and then it happens. If you remain conscious, you're suddenly disoriented by the shock wave combined with the sound of shattering glass and crunching / screaming metal. That's right, metal actually screams when it's suddenly impacted and torn apart. Then there's a really creepy quiet when everything comes to rest. You hear stuff, but it's kind of like hearing stuff underwater. Then your vision clears and you get your bearings back, and realize you've just been in a crash.
If you're knocked senseless or out cold by the impact force, you miss the intense stuff and just sort of wait for your senses to restart. It's sort of like following reality, except someone keeps hitting the pause button and you don't really know what the hell is going on. The confusion is the scary part.
Then the physical pain sets in, which is a whole other chapter.
- regeruggedLv 72 months ago
My vehicle got rearended by a truck. Lots of pain!
- Bee V3Lv 52 months ago
yes I was in the backseat laying down without a seatbelt on when we (me, my dad and my brother) got into a minor accident
- Connie ConvictLv 42 months ago
It's exactly what you'd think it would feel like if you're stopped at a red light and some asshole in a truck yacking on their phone slams into you.