TLDR: I was struck by a driver running from the police. Tesla's recommended body shop didn't have capacity to take it in, but they did say that it looks to be totaled. I'm kind of worried that my airbags didn't deploy. Not sure what next steps to take. On July 11, less than a month after taking delivery of my Model 3, I was driving the <5 miles home from work. Approximately 0.5 miles from home, I was making a left-hand turn at a stop light from a single, dedicated left-turn lane. I had a green light and there was no oncoming traffic, so I began my turn. Halfway through the turn, I was struck on my front-left by a car that came from behind me and tried to pass me on my left. Next thing I knew, I was on the other side of the intersection, facing the opposite direction. My airbags didn't deploy, and I banged my head on the steering wheel a couple times. I was barely able to crack my door open enough to squeeze out. My front-left wheel came off entirely. Here's an attempted drawing of the situation. The other car, I found out, had been running from the police (LAPD) for quite a few miles, but had lost them in traffic. After hitting me, his car got slightly airborne and grazed a stoplight pole before losing a wheel and continuing down the street to hit another car and come to rest. The driver was immediately taken to the hospital (compound fracture in his leg). Turns out he doesn't have insurance (big surprise). My biggest concern is that my airbags didn't deploy in this situation. Had I been half a second quicker making the turn, he would have struck my door, potentially causing much more serious injuries than the whiplash and abrasions on my forehead. I've reached out to the three Tesla contacts I have from the ordering and delivery processes, but haven't heard a word from anyone. Would love to get advice from you guys.