Yes, in 1995. My husband and I were driving on I-15 near San Juan Capistrano in Southern California. It had been raining earlier in the day and when my husband went to change lanes, we started fishtailing, then spinning, hitting the concrete center divider almost head-on, which propelled us spinning back the other way, in front of oncoming traffic, to the other side of the freeway where we finally stopped backward, up an embankment. When we hit the concrete divider, we hit with such force that my husband bent the steering wheel over forward in half while holding it and my right calf was nearly punctured by the window roller handle, which broke with the force. My leg still has the indention and throbs at times when I have walked alot that day. The seatbelt abrasions/force bruised my chest and abdomen black. No one called for help for us, so we "limped" our totalled truck off the freeway to a restaurant where we waited for the towtruck. While waiting, we saw two more cars limping down the off-ramp after having an accident in the same area. Apparently, there was something slick on the road, which was drawn up and made worse by the recent rain. We are OK, but will never forget that day. I still can't drive in the rain without some anxiety.