There’s no time left. A broken jaw, a broken back, brain damage. How much time shall we spend fixing the horrors of distraction? An hour of waiting, two for praying and three for hoping. Countless hours wondering what could have changed and a lifetime of grief. It would have only taken seconds to prevent another a surgery, another trial, another funeral. There no time left to wait, no more time to waste. So this time you decide to be there and alert, but the crash still happens, someone else who is not alert, and not there… takes you, and now your time is up.