I wasn't feeling very well this morning so I took a couple of hours extra to make it into work. As I was traveling on the last divided thoroughfare before getting to my work, I was approached by a car weaving down the wrong side of the road. I spotted him about 300 yards ahead of me and, at first, it was sheer confusion as to whether he was actually on my side of the road. In the split second it took to decide that he really WAS on the wrong side, we had closed the distance between us and he veered directly towards my car. I was at about 50 mph and I swerved left, rolling up a wide sloped concrete divider and back down onto the road as he passed within a foot of my truck. As I glanced back in my rear view mirror, I was just in time to see him hit the driver behind me head on. I skidded to a stop in a turn lane and ran back to the accident. The idiot drunk was out of his BMW just looking at the wreck as I came running up. As I called him a stupid GD MF'er he was just shrugging and saying "I"m sorry, I'm sorry". I turned my attention to the other driver. He was in a Ford Ranger truck and his airbag deployed in the collision. He was concious but very dazed and unresponsive as I asked him through the window if he was alright. Seeing him at that point, I didn't have any confidence that he was going to be able to help himself but I felt I needed to extract him from the vehicle because the crash damage was quite extensive and very hot leaving the possibility of fire my big concern. I yanked open the door and went down a list in my head of possible injuries before I attempted any movement. He had a broken left arm, probably a broken collar bone or shoulder, and a well gashed right knee. He finally was able to speak that he was alright to move and I was able to get him out of the truck and to the side of the road. The driver was getting shocky so I got my jacket around him and another large towel from my truck. It was several more minutes before police and EMT's arrived and I assisted with their triage and getting the driver on a backboard for transportation. No, I'm not an EMT but I've had a lot of first aid training and I'm not afraid to use it when needed. The driver of the BMW was immediately charged with DUI resulting in an accident and I'm the sole witness. I've been subpoened to appear and I want to make sure I nail this bastard. Drunk at 11 am is going to be the last fun this puke has for awhile.