Blood-curdling screams filled the air as the car collides. What was it they hit? None of the passengers were sure, although it looked quite human. All they saw was the thing crash against the windshield before the car was sent off flying off of the road, twisting and turning as it flipped over.
The metal bent and glass cracked, and the screaming had ceased. There was at least five young passengers inside the vehicle, although it was certain that the number would change quite soon. Minutes passed and no one stirred.
Suddenly he woke up, blood dripping from the cut on his forehead, and a sharp pain rose through his leg all the way into his nerves. He grunted in pain, almost letting out a small cry. His vision was blurry, taking a couple of seconds before everything became solid once again. His breathing was quick and nerving, his whole body compressed into a tight ball as he laid on the hood of the car, that is, if the car was actually right-side up. His dark green eyes darted left and r