Well, the tow truck driver said this was one for the books. He had never seen a Ford Focus take out the rear axle of a Ford F-250 pickup before. I was damn lucky. That accident could have killed or severely injured me. Even the pickup driver was surprised I wasn't hurt.
Right now I am stiff and a bit sore, possibly from tensing up during the accident. Seriously, when making a turn, make sure that there is enough space that you won't get hit. Especially on a busy intersection where there is only one stop sign and it's the one you have stopped at. I'm surprised I didn't have any nightmares about the accident, because it was fucking scary.
This is the second two-car collision I was involved in where the vehicles were damaged. My first collision was a no harm, no foul - neither car was damaged and I was lucky that time. Second one, I was rear-ended at a stoplight by a Dodge Ram, and third one, I broadsided a Ford F-250. All three times I lucked out. Gotta be more careful though because I might not be so lucky next time.
Weird thing is, my mum was also involved in an accident where the other driver made an unsafe turn and the driver side door on my mum's car was smashed in. In my accident, the metal on the door was peeled off. I'm damn surprised and lucky that the airbag didn't go off, because well, from what I heard the airbag is often worse than the accident.
But anyway, car accidents are very traumatizing. Please drive carefully because if you are careless with a large, massive thing like a car or a truck, you can seriously injure or kill someone else. Sometimes I too would drive a little fast or recklessly, but I'm gonna be a lot more careful because of this. We all can do our parts to keep the roads safe.