First of all, only by the grace of God am I alright. I'm gonna rehash a safety topic that comes up every once in a while, getting under a lifted car. Working on my brothers OT 1998 Ford Expediton. It was on ramps in the driveway that has a grade to it. First of the E brake was set and the ramps have that indention that should keep it from rolling. Well the E brake was out of adjustment and the damned rocked enough to roll off. It was my fault cause I didn't chalk the wheels and I'm the one who knocked it out of park while wrenching underneath. It landed on my chest and we rolled 38 feet down the drive into the street. In the process it squished me hard enough to pop a couple of wheels off of the creeper. The only reason we didn't end up in the neighbors yard was that I got wedged enough at the crown of the street that it stopped a 7000 lb vehicle. My brother reacted quick enough to get it off of me before I passed out. I remember yelling for him then not be able to breathe back in after exhaling to call him cause this big bastard of a truck was on my chest. This was Monday and I am fine now(already back at work). I need to emphasize safety here. Just when you think it's safe enough, do a little more to make it safer. It would have sucked to leave my wife without a husband and my kids without a Dad. Counting my blessings.