She's pretty shaken and upset over it, and cried once during the explaination of stuff. She doesn't remember the actual accident, but she remembers the pathfinder next to her. She's not going to get a car; she's going to get rides to work from coworkers.
I think the distraction of technical stuff will help. I keep imagining if I were stuck at home thinking about it, it would be the worst.
She's working a half day today, then going to see a dentist to make sure her teeth are ok (she has a brace for them because they were pretty rattled) and a checkup with her doctor (she has lots of head bruises under her hair).
It really unsettles me, but I'm sure it's worse for her. I'm just so glad she's going to be OK.