Well, it could have been much worse. Going over the railroad track I always go over @ 7:30 pm tonight, and a man and his two kids are in the road. I'm going about 30 up the tracks and don't see them til I get to the top, he went back to get his son out of the fast lane as I was in the slow lane, his daughter was in the right lane I was in. I start to come to a stop and hit her dead on at about 10 - 15. She then flew on top of my hood and as I came to a stop less than second later, she flew off my car about 5 feet. She was crying and moving, so I'm so thankful for that. I'm 100% positive if my car wasn't as low as it is that I would've no doubt ran her over. I have to pick up the report tomorrow, but I didn't catch her name, but I knew what hospital she went to. I went to that hospital to check on her and give her a teddy bear about 2 hours later (i was soo shoken up, still) with what little info I had and they couldn't release anything, which is understandable. Being that I myself have a 3yr old daughter, I can relate to this extremly, thats all I keep imagining, is what if it was my daughter. I just don't understand how an adult with 2 small children can take there kids across a street that I imagine gets 2-3,000 or more vechicles a day, across the middle of a street, 10ft from a humped railroad crossing knowing you can not see what is coming from the otherside, and also, they were coming from the side of where ther houses were onto where a graveyard is, where there is no sidewalk and only 2ft of grass in between this busy street and the fence. I'll keep you all updated. My worst fear about driving came to life today, and it was worse than you could ever imagine, unless, of course, you had it happen to you or have a small child of your own. And the least of my worries right know, noting is wrong with the car, had to add it before it was asked.