A front-line nurse in Washington state was involved in a crash that was so brutal it split her car in half.
A driver was reportedly going around 100 mph in a 35 mph zone when he struck Linda Johnson's car Friday evening, KING-TV reported.
The crash occurred in the city of Lakewood, which is about 40 miles south of Seattle.
Johnson's daughter Katie told the TV station that a first responder said she was shocked someone survived a crash that was so severe.
However, Johnson, 62, sustained only bruising and broken toes.
"The EMT who had my mom said he had been an EMT for 20 years and he had never seen an accident this horrible before," she told the TV station.
In addition to her car, Johnson lost all of the groceries she was planning to take to co-workers. The driver accused of hitting her did not have insurance.
"This is such a tragic and scary experience!" her daughter wrote on a GoFundMe page. "My Mom is a 64-year-old front-line nurse and is now injured and can't currently go to work and has no car."
More than $3,000 has been raised on the GoFundMe page as of Monday morning.
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