While on our way back from a non-emergent transfer about 30 miles out of town my partner and I were counting down the hours until shift change. Six hours left of our 24hr. shift...YIPPY!!!! All the sudden we look over in the lane next to us on the highway we watched a car go off the right shoulder and over correct coming back straight at us while we were traveling in speeds of around 80mph. The car, driven by a intoxicated teenager broadsided our ambulance rolling us onto our side taking out 4 concrete barriers until we came to rest on our side. My partner was taken by ground ambulance to an area hospital and released later that morning. The driver of the other car was arrested on scene. I on the other hand got my punishment for every bad word I said about having to take a BLS transfer 2 counties in the middle of the night. I was flown to a trauma center 30 miles away and have been off work now for 7 weeks due to my injuries. I will have to say this was my most eventful BLS transfer and never again will I complain about my job. The moral to this story would be, cherish everyday you have with your family and friends. You never realize how quickly it can all be taken away from you until you find yourself in this situation.