Well I was on my way to the state written EMT-B exam, sitting on the bus station when at around 6:35 pm EST I spot a black Honda going from the left, and a white van coming from adjacent road. My brain was punching all the numbers and estimated an imminent collision, which took place in about 3 seconds. The Honda's speed was about 10-15 mph, while the van's speed (Econoline 350?) was about 30 mph. The impact was pretty strong - the Honda was thrown off the road and into a sidewalk. I get up and automatically dial 911 and tell them what happened while my eyes are transfixed on the Honda. In about 2 minutes there was the PD and as they got 2 kids (ages about 8) outa the car, the FDNY engines were coming up. It took FDNY 5 minutes flat to get there, and I know these guys - they are stationed 20 blocks away. Unfortunately I didnt have the time to either go over to them and offer any help (I was running late to my exam and the bus was already coming up, and PD was there). So the moral of this story is.. dont think its only 10 mph - the damage is very serious, and I'm pretty sure the driver of the Honda was injured.