My son Justin was driving his Ford F-150 Supercrew Pickup truck, pulling out of the gas station onto the Highway. He was in the left lane, with a directional turn arrow. He was not the first car in the turn lane, the light turned green directing the left lane to turn, the car in front of him proceeded and turned onto the highway, my son pulled forward. Upon entering the intersection he realized that the car coming towards him, oncoming traffic, was not paying attention, not slowing down, not heading the read light alerting them to stop. He had no where to go. He braced for impact of a T-bone type hit from a large Chevy Tahoe SUV coming at him at least 55 MPH. The impact spun his car a total 360, throwing the contents of the pickup truck all over the highway. My son was spun all the way around and into the line of cars that awaited the turn arrow to become red so they could proceed straight through the intersection. He was wearing his seatbelt. The impact was so great that the seatbelt held him in the vehicle, preventing him from being ejected. All the windows of the car were shattered and smashed from the impact and the twisting of the frame of his truck. The seatbelt actually held him in so tight, preventing his 6’4″ frame from ejection that it broke his collar bone in 3 places requiring 2 surgeries and the insertion of a rod. I am thankful for that injury, with the impact that caused this type of injury, the lack of a seatbelt and the impact his vehicle sustained would have resulted in ejection from the vehicle and much further injury then the broken collarbone caused by the seatbelt. None of the airbags deployed, the impact did not occur in an area to warrant deployment of the airbags, the seatbelt saved his life. Please always wear your seatbelts, insist your family and friends do the same. It is such a small thing, but failure to do it can bring such a huge price. Gena and Debbie, you are amazing women for sharing your story and saving the lives of others. God bless you!