Yes, he said he left home about 30 minutes after the call came in. I thought about that feeling a lot since listening to the interview. I can’t imagine it. Dead tired I’m sure as this was 2 am after I’m sure he preached a full day Sunday. At first he’s probably wondering what has happened. Did my kid make a mistake and he’s not wanting to tell me about it and he is with a friend. I bet he was hoping that someone else was in the car with him. Where was he going? and I bet he had no idea the severity of it. But his mind was probably racing with the possibilities. But at first it was probably more about I know my son needs me and I have to get there and be there and find him. Then it’s what kind of mistake had my kid made- was he drinking and driving or what? Because logically that would be the only thing that would make sense for a kid not to call after having an accident. Or maybe if they had loaned their car out to someone else. I can’t imagine how he felt to trying get to the site of the accident and his wife having to call the officer and wake him up to find out where the accident scene was and then on his way there discover his sons clothes in the road. At that moment I’m sure he did not know those were the clothes his son was wearing but I can’t imagine the feeling of helplessness of being there all alone with no support from anyone. I’ll never understand it.