Not accidents you were involved in but ones where you were the first on the scene. Today I was driving down a 2 lane country road, when I saw some smoke pretty close to the road. I immediately said to myself please let that be a burn pile. As I got closer I very quickly realized that it was a car flipped over on its roof. The flames were coming out of the gas tank region. I wanted nothing more than for what I was seeing to not be real. Sadly it wasn't. I pulled over quickly and dialed 911 as I was the first one on the scene. I got out of the truck grabbed the fire extinguisher and ran for the car. When I got to the car the person who t boned the other driver was trying to yank the unconscious driver he hit out if the burning car. He's yelling at me to help. I told him there's nothing we could do to get him out and turned my attention to the fire. I had just enough retardant to out the fire out. After that I noticed the Man wasn't moving at all and his legs completely pinned in the vehicle. I think he was dead. I have never seen a dead person not in a casket before. Well about 10 mins later the fire started back up but was put out out by a farmer quickly. So the guy that's alive is jrightfully freaked out and we're all just waiting for the emergency personal. They pull up on scene, do a vitals check, and slowly get the jaws of life. I talk with the chp and he says I'm good to go. As I'm driving away the guy who hit the other guy yells out really loud thank you for your help. That was the sadest craziest moment I have ever had at ups, and completely avoidable had someone just cleared the damn intersection. Also I called dispatch to ask them what I should do as the chp hadn't arrived yet. She told me I should leave cause I had a job to do. What? Heartless! Any other drivers have any stories? Moments like these are very traumatic, I know I am not alone.