Now I am not talking about a calm yell, but a loud and shaking yell. He had yelled my name because the wheel had started to barely graze the white line. That was something I always did when driving and was very well aware of. However, when he yelled it startled me and put my mind back to when he was swerving the car, and I swerved the car all the way into the other lane. I felt my neck yanking as the car swerved. I tried to gain control, but the car was much stronger than me. The shock and adrenaline running through my body was too much. I then swerved back into my lane, however I still had no control of the car. I felt the tires grazing the ground. By the time my foot was hitting the brakes, we were already back into the other lane. Everything happened so fast yet so slowly at the same time. I was so scared I didn’t even realize what was going on until the car completely stopped.
I awoke to the smell of burnt rubber. As I opened my eyes, I realized that I was upside down. The scene was horrifying. There was glass everywhere. I couldn’t find my phone, and I tasted blood, lots of blood. I rose my hand to my mouth, and cringed at the sight of the many cuts on my hands. As I looked around terrified, I thought to myself, “how did this happen?”. After coming back down to Earth, I realized that Kace was still with me. I called his name twice and he didn’t answer. I almost cried, but then he said, “what the hell Tandi!”. I was