My day today went as follows: woke up, ate, went on the internet, posted something on here and checked my messages on another website, got ready to go out, went out, and came home. On my way home, these kids in some dump of a car went flying past and nearly had a head on collision with a truck because they passed me on a curve on a narrow, semi-rural road. Maybe two miles later, skid marks and smoke. I turn the corner and see the same car, except now it's half the size and up against a concrete barrier. I was the first one on the scene, and I called it in. There were three kids in the car, all under 18. The two in the front didn't have seat belts on and were dead already. The one in the back had a seat belt on and was unconscious and bleeding terribly. I got him out of the car, and soon people started to show up and try to help. By the time the ambulance got there, he was extremely critical and had lost a lot of blood. I don't know if he's going to survive, or if he's dead already. It's been a couple of hours now. My clothes are blood stained, and my mind may as well be. I'm such a fucking mess right now. This is the second time I've been the first person to encounter a deadly car wreck. I was every single one of those kids only a few years ago. That thought is the most scary to me. I'm so sick of this shit, I don't even have powerful enough words to describe it. I'm sick of beaurocratic bullshit about driving ages. I'm sick of kids getting drunk or trying to impress their friends and killing themselves in the process. I'm sick of giving kids tickets and endless warnings for endangering themselves and others. I'm sick of the bullshit. Stick a governor of the engines of every single fucking teenager. They won't be able to top 50 miles an hour, ever. Fuck.