On my way home from work, I was driving along a curvy stretch of a 2 lane country road when I spotted an Eastern Box Turtle moving as fast as it could across the hot pavement. I couldn't safely stop, no shoulder and i would have gotten rear-ended. The best I could do was hit my flashers and slow down and pass over the turtle. When I did that, the turtle tucked inside its shell and unfortunately, the car behind me clipped it and send it tumbling into the roadside brush and weeds. I was able to pull over about 200 feet down the road and ran back towards the spot where i had seen the turtle. After searching for a few minutes, I found it and brought it back to my truck where I discovered it was bleeding and had several cracks in its shell. I call a turtle rescue place that is about 30 miles away and they told me to bring it directly to the emergency vet that they use which was about 1/2 way between where I was and where the turtle sanctuary is. Just heard back from them, seems like it will survive with care and rehab.