So sorry to hear but so glad your okslalombuggy said:Thanks Harold. I've been home for a few days and I'm doing alright. After 25 years of pulling wrenches a tiny slip up has cost me a great deal of time off and pain. I'm usually good about checking a vehicle to make sure it is in park or neutral, but got in a hurry as I bumped into somehting backing up and got out to see and well, it wasn't in park. Toyota Tundra's have big doors and down I went and the left front wheel went over my leg. IT could have been much worse as my work boot went under first but was stiff enough that it just skidded along the floor till it got out from under the tire and my tibia took the shot instead of my foot bones. I now have a rod from my knee to ankle and plated at both ends and some miscelaneous harware keeping it all together in the middle where it was crushed. Acoording to the med students the x-rays look "Really Cool" and I should try and get a copy
Lesson relearned, always check the vehicle is secured before getting out.
On the mend and looking forward to Bonneville in September