Wow...as if life didn't have enough drama. I had gotten up early to head to EB before class in order to pick up a Wii which was suposed to arrive today. Unfortunately the shipment didn't arrive so I was left dissapointed. I had a plate of chinese food (delicious) and headed for class. Unfortunately while stopping two red lihts away I see in my rearview mirror a white mazda spinning my way. With a resounding FUCK! It slammed into my rear and sent me careening forward slamming into the car in front of me. At this point I'm ready to throw down. I shake off the surprise and step out of my car. "What the hell?" I said as I look behind me and realize there are three more cars in addition involved. Vinnie beats someone's ass into the ground mode deactivates and I go into, only level headed guy in the group crisis handling mode. The guy in front of me looks confused but okay as he gets out. We check the car that spun into the back of me. The girl inside is a bit confused and says her neck hurts. I advise her to stay seated (later though she'd get up, and probably shouldn't have) I notice my car in spite of being sandwiched between two others looks totally unscathed. At least one bit of stress off my shoulders I head for the much uglier mess behind. One car is sideways against a van with its passenger's side and a smaller car with its front. I check the sideways and badly damaged car first as someone whom was nearby and had pulled over to assist also comes by. She tells me she's a RN (registered Nurse) Good news. I tell the woman in the now sideways car not to move and cut her car off. She says her back is really hurting. RN lady calls 911 and has an ambulance on the way. The people in the van seem A okay thankfully. Lastly there is a lady in the smaller car I mentioned whom we're not sure about since she hasn't gotten out and seems to be totally in shock. RN fetches her a blanket. After the injuries are assessed (I'm as unharmed as my car it seems. I supose I was lucky in that account), I begin asessing the damage tot he cars while RN and guy in front of me help guide traffic around. My car and the one in front are fine. We got pushed around a bit but we're unharmed. Girl in front has a smashed in bumper. The van is fine but the other cars involved are looking not so good. I advise no one to move as it'll be best if the cars are in their original position when the police arrive. Some time later (traffic slowed the ambulance) help arrives. I greet the EMTs and give them a heads up on who's hurt and how badly. Girl behind me has gotten out of her car and moved around against my advice. She says she's only hurt a little but I inform her that neck injuries often don't start hurting until hours or even days later, and she agrees to go with the EMTs. Thankfully the other two injuries are less resistant to leaving...actually in not much shape to leave without a stretcher. (I do hope they'll be alright). This leaves myself, the guy in front of me, RN, and the inhabbitants of the van. While waiting for police we try to get our stories straight. From the RN who'd been able to see the accident without being involved we gather there was a 7th vehicle which had rear ended the first car (with the back injury) and started the whole thing, which then drove off. All we got is that it's a white truck. (Be on the lookout for a large white truck with front fender damage in the hattiesburg area) After we give our collective reports to the police I and the two others with undamaged vehicles are clear to leave. I take a moment to pull out of the road and then make sure I see both ambulances leave before going on my way. Glory be I still have enough time to make it to class. ......class is cancelled. The Hell? I get the feeling that mabey I was meant to be there. Being involved other than a bit of lost time was not detrimental to me, physically or financially and had I not been perhapse not everyone would have gotten medical attention who needed it.