I feel ya here Ubu. About a month ago I was walking across the street to my grocery store and I heard a thud behind me. As I was turning my head to see what I thought would be a fender bender I heard the yelping of a dog. Turns out it was a dog hit by a car in the middle of that 4 lane busy street. Also ended up being my next door neighbors black lab, Mandy. We brought her to the sidewalks grassy median and called animal control to come help. I had her head in my lap while we waited, blood coming out of her mouth. Good news and lucky dog, she had lost a tooth(the bleeding) and had a bruised leg. She made it and is as spastic as ever.
A 19 year old girl dead on the interstate. I was entering a construction zone in my 18 wheeler. Trucks were required to drive in the left lane only. She passed me on the right, weaving in and out of traffic. She hit a lane shift going way too fast and hit a Jersey barrior on the left side and drove 2 concrete barriors into the other 2 lanes, flipped her car and was ejected. I'm thankful I didn't witness it, there was a big truck in front of me, less than a mile after she passed me, my cb radio came alive with "break check" 4 wheeler flipped. She was lying on the road with an incredible amount of blood from her head running all the way across one of the lanes. I found it odd that by the time I got to her there were 4 or 5 people just standing about 20 feet away. I used to be certified in cpr, as I approached her, some guy told me that she was dead. There was a baby blanket lying on the road. I went to the upside down car and looked around real good. Several of us walked back to look for a baby lying in the median or along the shoulder. There was no baby, she was alone.