While driving home we were passed dangerously by a speeding taxi cab. In fact we had to come to a complete stop because the dust from his car was so bad. After I started moving again we drove only 25 feet when we saw the car, upside down, lights on, radio blaring, wheels still spinning. Luckily Dr. Liz, from our own clinic in Kibaale, was with us. We both jumped out and ran to the car. Looking inside we could only see one person, the driver, but he was unconscious. Dr. Liz started jumping around screaming "he's dead, he's dead, oh my, he's dead" while jumping around she landed on my toe, with high heels, it hurt a lot. We then decided to roll the car back over so we could help the man. Me, and the 7 closest friends, rolled the car back over and as soon as the car thudded onto its tires, the man awoke. After we quickly pried the door open he jumped out and started running around. He was clearly in shock. Dr Liz then started jumping around again, now saying "he's alive, he's alive!". After all that, the worst injury ended up being my middle toe!