I have been pondering on whether to write this thread or not. But please, allow me to give you more context. (I apologise in advance, but english isn't my native language). I lost my younger sister back in Nov 2018. It was a car accident. Sudden. No time to say goodbye, no time to process it, no time for anything. She was my ONLY sister and my BEST FRIEND. She was only 28. Now, reading that you may say, well, she died in a car accident so either it was her fault or the fault of the other 2 trucks involved in the crash. And while that might be true it isn't the complete story. As we may all know, life isn't black or white, true or false. First thing first: she was killed in a car crash that 2 trucks caused on a highway. To this day, I don't know if she could have been saved if the truck dirvers hadn't fled the scene. Yes, they escaped COMPLETELY UNHARMED. Not a scratch on them. My sister got stuck in her car and died from asphixia. The medical examiner explained to my husband - he was the one who went in as I was 5 months pregnant with my first child and he didn't want to cause a shock so big that we could lose our baby - that my sister didn't feel any pain because she was unconscious from the impact and later died of asphixia. I haven't had the courage to google more or to ask a doctor if this is true or to further explain this. And I am haunted by visions of what I assume was her death. Daily. So, you may say: Ok, that is awful, but still, it was the truck drivers fault. But, wait, what was my sister doing on a tuesday night (november 13th, 2018) on a highway? Well, here's where this gets tricky.