Multiple cars turned upside down- even a school bus full of kids, bodies everywhere.
To make matters more complicated
I'm one of the victims.
I've been knocked unconscious after my car flipped over and, I'm three months pregnant.
Everyone helping me is a student.
My life may not really be on the line, but once these students graduate they may be working to save your life.
But first they have to pass this test.
This is the type of scenario Adam Wester will need to get used to if he plans on graduating this year as an EMT.
"It's hectic and a lot of things are going on, not a lot of anything you can do to prepare for that.
This isn't anything new to him," said Wester.
He's seen his share of accidents and traumatic events as a volunteer firefighter, but never to this extent.
"On the scale this was a lot larger," said Wester.
"The stress the pressure, the anxiety that they feel is absolutely one hundred percent real.
So the pressure to keep a cool head is on," said Andy Weaver, Dir. of the EMS at Texas State Technical College in Abilene.
Because the next scenario may just be the real deal.