T-Boned @ >55mph, according to the Accident Specialist on-scene. Crosstour Driver walked away with bruising only, no cuts/scrapes, breaks or fractures.
What I hope you all take away from these pictures, is that you've chosen the right vehicle. At the end of the day, a car is replaceable, people aren't. Our 2010 Crosstour with 230k on the Odo took that hit like an utter Champion, and saved the Driver's life.
More to the point, that damage is actually repairable. There is some frame damage, but it is genuinely able to be pulled & hammered out. The Crosstour still starts, idles, and can drag itself around with the front wheels. Crosstours are, in my opinion, absolute behemoths. Unbelievable that it ate the hit & still mostly functions.
Hope you're all having a better day than I did!
If you would like to support the Crosstour Driver in their recovering, a GoFundMe has been created by them for financial assistance: Please help James fund a new car while he heals, organized by James Pruitt
-thank you Admin for letting me know to blue my own license plate, lol, was still fully processing the situation when I posted.