So early morning before the sun came up Christmas Eve, our youngest son was driving eastbound on the interstate headed to work. A sedan going the opposite direction swerved across the median and launched itself airborne right in front of Logans 2018 Silverado crew cab. The car speared straight into his hood and windshield and roof as it fell from the sky. The combined speed was maybe 175-mph. Gods hand, and luck, and that Chevy truck saved his life that morning. We got the Emergency Room call Christmas Eve around 6:30 AM and while on our way to the Huntsville ER we drove right past the scene and saw his truck and the other car and a body lying in the road with a sheet draped over it. What a horrible way to wake up from a good deep sleep! But we got to the ER and learned that he was very lucky and he was going to be OKAY!!! He has a clean break of his left humorous bone which took surgery to put in a rod and screws. Cracked tibial flange and knee ligaments hyperextended (non-surgical recovery). Possible concussion (duh). Slight fracture of his C6 vertebrae. And five stitches over his left eye. It's incredible he wasn't paralyzed or killed instantly. The roof pillars and front edge of the roof stopped 4-inches from his face (if his head was against the headrest), but of course he was going forward and there was an airbag wedged somewhere in there as well. So our Christmas was actually one of the most joyous in years. Even on Christmas morning in ICU when we knew he was going to recover 100% just seeing his breathing and heart rate monitors and seeing his chest rise and fall was a Christmas miracle that put smiles on our faces. It's been am eventful past couple of weeks. Oh, the other driver died instantly. That vehicle was blown into such tiny pieces that the wrecker crews loaded the entire car onto a rollback BY HAND and never needed to use a PTO winch. Even the seats were in several pieces. When I went to the tow yard late on Christmas morning to get his personal property, I took these pics. I have worked wrecks train vs. car, car vs. two semis, and I have never seen a car like that following a wreck. The owner of the wrecker company said he has been in the business since 1997 and it's the first time that he has seen anybody load an entire car onto a rollback by just throwing chunks onto the flatbed by hand.