Alright so after a stiff drink and a cig my nerves are a little better so im going to explain what happend a little better.
I am driving eastbound on us 6th ave towards Denver, its about 8pm and I am in a group of 7 people, I am in the front in in the middle, there are cars in all three lanes and the same behind us, we are all going about 60 ish and are all about equal to each other.
So about 20 feet before the bridge I see something big in the center lane and think its a trashbag or something, and when I get about 5 feet away me and the other cars all realize its a fucking lady, and thank god none of us froze and panicked, the car to the right of me slammed on her brakes and swerved to the left shoulder, and I didnt even have time to react I just pulled my ebrake and swerved to the right, about then lock eyes with this lady, and see the fear and death in in her eyes and end up missing her by inches, my skip mark was 6-7 inches from her head when I ran back to see if she was dead.
So about 40 feet passed her we all finally skid to a stop, and I throw my car in neutral and put the brake on and get out. Me and the guy next to me look at each other and just start running as fast as we can waving our hands trying to get the 20-30 cars coming down the highway going 65 to stop, and thank god there are 2 cars parked behind her in all but the far fast lane, so 911 is called. We imobilze her and they get there within a min. there are soon about 30 emergency people there and all of the people who were in the innitial group who almost hit her and stayed to talk to detectives.
The lady is alive I think, she fell about 30 feet, but there was also ALOT of blood around her head, but she was moving, and screaming at the EMTS.
But seriously my life almost changed so much tonight, if I was looking down at a TXT, lighting a cig, playing with my ipod etc, or even just looking at the car next to me, I would have killed this lady, and splattered her brains all over the highway, and have to live with that image of her when we locked eyes.
I dont belive in god really, but somthing saved her, since it was pitch black, we were going 65 mph and she didnt get hit.
And I would of been the one who killed her, so Im still really shaken up and freaking out and cant stop thinkin of when we locked eyes its really scary.
but yea, drive safe and PAY ATTENTION TO THE ROAD, you never know it just might save somebodys life!
Some how all the cars in the group all swerved and missed her, and none of us hit eachother since everybody swerved at the same time.