This weekend started out as one of the best of my life. Me, Fatfish_55, and Buknasty went down to Mark Twain Lake at 4 in da morning to do a little crappie fishing. At first the bite was slow, we got snagged about every other cast and Fatfish broke his rod tip. After that the day when great. We hooked up the power converter and listented to some music while catching crappie about every other cast. We fished till about 5 in the evening then set out our jugs and trout lines for overnight soakin. Two of our other friends came down to camp with us. We cooked crappie, mushrooms, and deer tenderloin and were having the time of our lives. Some of us went to bed around 10 and the others later. The next morning me and my friend Jon wake up and we are the only 2 at camp. Our other friends went out on the boat to check the troutlines, jugs, and to do a little crappie fishing. Then our friend from town calls us telling us that two of our good friends got in a car wreck last night. He said that my friend Josh was in the hospital with a concussion and bruised lung and my other friend Mark was completly fine. So we had nothing to worry about and everything was going to be ok. When Fatfish and Buknasty got back from fishing I told them about the wreck and we talked about how they were probably doing something stupid since they hit a tree. Then we called my friend back just to make sure they were both alright. He was crying, but still said that both of them were fine and he was about to go talk to the sheriff. Five minutes later my girlfriend called me. She was crying and I didn't understand why since both of them would be alright. Then she told me the news that Mark was killed on impact and Josh was in the Intensive care unit with broken ribs and a punctured lung. Right then and there 30 miles from home I realized I lost 1 of my best friends and that another might not make it. I thank God that my mom let me go camping because I have a feeling I would of been out at 3 in the morning driving around with them. Please keep them in your prayers.