a reply to: MysterX
He said it was just parts of the truck that landed on his property. Still a long ways, since the crash happened 1000 yards up the road, which is 3000
feet, over half a mile, and then an additional 200 feet off to the side of the road up onto his property, which wouldn't necessarily mean 3200 feet,
since the 200 foot distance would be perpendicular, I'm imagining, from the 3000 foot distance/ line of sight to the crash scene... So 3000 feet down
the road from the crash, then turn left or right 90 degrees, at a right angle, then walk 200 feet to the broken truck parts.
Of course, and this is of no fault to the OP, considering we can assume they are in a shaken up state and were possibly at the brink of going into
shock at the time of writing, we can forgive them if they got some of the details wrong...
There is also a possibility of road rage or something similar, where an initial collision may have taken place closer to op's property, which woke
him up, and while giving chase, the 2 vehicles may have crashed again a half mile down the road. Or maybe one of the vehicles involved in the initial
collision, either while chasing or trying to get away from the other vehicle, may have ignored a traffic light or stop sign, causing them to collide
with another vehicle which had nothing to do with the initial collision that hypothetically took place in front of op's property.
It would be interesting if they were to find that the broken parts in ops yard belonged to a 3rd vehicle not involved in the collision that took place
down the road.
Even if op was, unbeknownst to him, woken up by a collision that took place nearer to his property, that still does not mean the nasua and dreadful
feeling did not come from some kind of intuitive knowing of what was soon to come.
OP: I'm Terribly sorry you had to experience this! And I feel terrible for the victims of this accident, dead or injured... I absolutely HATE this
sort of thing. Any unnecessary suffering, misery or loss of life is just intolerable, because it's unnecessary.