Going down Sandhill Road, I mocked Bryan’s lack of speed. “I went 95 with my sister” I said. He replied with “Oh yeah?” with a little crooked smile and a daring look in his eye. We were picking up speed quickly, and I egged him on “This is nothing, I thought you were ‘macho-man‘” Now if you know what Sandhill Road is like, then you know; the pavement is torn up and uneven, there are pot holes all over the street and there are several hills that you can’t see over until you get on top of them. The last time I saw the speedometer it read 108 mph. I remember Bryan looking at me and telling me to hold on. Suddenly, we were on the wrong side of the road, plowing through trees.
More scared than I have ever been, I realized we were upside down and Bryan had been knocked out. The thought of him being dead kept replaying in my head, over and over. As we were flipping through the trees, we hit something – a tree stump maybe – and the car had started barrel rolling. The sound and site of my window shattering was terrifying. Sending shards of glass in every direction, it had been embedded in my face, my legs, and my arms. Suddenly, I felt the roof of the car and my head collide and the blood came rushing down my face. Shortly after, the car came to a complete stop and I pulled myself out of the passenger window, which was now just an empty space. I took a few seconds to collect my thoughts and look around to see the damage. I saw there were tree limbs everywhere, lying with the shattered