Me and my daughter were driving home from the next little town and it was snowing a bit. We were traveling about 40 mph just to be safe and the back end of the little truck started to slide, we got spun around, slid off the road and the truck ended up on one side.
The hospital shift just ended and the head nurse, the director of nurses, and the hospital administrator were right behind me. They called the police. I was hoping that they would just push the truck back over and we'd be on our way. Because of a lack of anything interesting happining in this small town, the police came, the sheriff came, the ambulance came with their lights and sirens blazing, the fire engine came with the fire chief, and the tow truck came. Two of the volunteer EMT's were driving by, who are my neighbors, so it gave me a chance to catch up on what's happening around here.
After the sheriff gave me and Amy a ride home, the highway patrol came to the house. I thought I would get a ticket but we were going slow enough that he did not give me one. We are glad that we were not hurt. The truck has a small amount of damage.
The only embarrassing thing was them trying to pull me out of the truck, another sign that I need to loose some weight.
I'm still waiting for my blood pressure to go down. I think I'll buy me a Subaru.
Love and respect