Please help me answer some of the physics questions related to a 3 car accident.... I was the middle car in a three-car crash during heavy morning rush hours (stop n go) traffic. The truck in front of me and I came to an almost complete stop when all of a sudden I was hit from behind by a little Subaru and push me forward to hit the truck in front of me. Before the accident happened, I would say the distance between the truck and I was about half a car length. Normally, this would be an easy case – the last car (Subaru) would be liable for all the damages. However, during the police report, the truck in front of me said she although she is not 100% sure, she felt 2 almost simultaneous impacts. I know for certain that I didn’t hit the truck in front of me without being hit/pushed by the car from behind. I want to turn to all the smart people to help me solve this physics problem…. Is it possible in a 3-car accident that is caused by the 3rd (last) car, the front car would feel 2 almost simultaneous impacts? I tried to get the video camera tape on the highway to prove my innocence but was told those cameras don’t record (only live images). Now I can only rely on physics explanation to help me prove it in court. Any feedback will be highly appreciated. Thank you.