On December 22nd 2012 my sister and I were riding in our expedition to the Brandon mall on I-75. We were only 10 minutes from the mall. When we were changing lanes and while moving lanes a car sped up and we were going to move into the side of their car so my sister slammed on the brakes and moved back into the lane we were in when she did that she jerked the wheel to tight which caused the tires to lock up on the car. We spun what the paramedics said was the equivalent of 3 football field lengths across the interstate when we slid into the grass. When we did that the car hit a pipe that ran under the highway which caused our car to roll. We rolled 8 times in the dirt when the car finally came to a stop. We both were taken back to manatee county via ambulance where we were checked out by the emergency room physicians. My mom worked at the hospital we were taken too, she knew the doctors personally and when they heard about the damage and the amount of rolls they were suprised we were alive and in such good shape. My sister and I walked away with concussions scrapes and bruises and I myself had a small possible skull fracture on the back of my head from hitting my head everytime we rolled.that was all thanks to wearing our seat-belts every time we sit in the car. My sister to this day besides what I told her happened doesn’t remember the car accident besides when we jerked the wheel to move back into the lane. That was the scariest day of my life and everyday I am thankful to be alive still. I learned that you for one do not jerk the steering wheel when moving back into your lane, to stay calm in all situations even if you were just in a major accident, and to ALWAYS wear your seatbelt even if only going down the street it will make a good habit if you always put it on when you get in the car.