[Enters Sherlock mode]
Judging from the impact itself and after looking on a popular social media site. I can see you hit a truck. But why? The road is flat and the fresh snow you scraped off your car windscreen today (along with the officers choice of footwear) tells me there was little to no ice. No reason to slip in a car with adequate grip on the tires, even with your typical Jewish tendancies. I'm thinking you received a text message from a loved one, possibly your Mother telling you to drive safely, ironically, but more likely to be a pointless message from your girlfriend. Pointless, why? Because you were driving to her house anyway and were about to arrive there. You look down at your phone to see the meaningless words then look up to see a truck but with no time to break and the cruel laws of gravity take stage. You tell the officer you slipped on the ice as texting whilst driving is illegal in the state of Pennsylvania. Then go with the story to cover your back. Oh jezus!
Sorry about the car anyway Beep.
It was black ice, must've been under the snow and by the time I realized I had no control I couldn't really do anything.
Black ice: Black ice, sometimes called clear ice, refers to a thin coating of glazed ice on a surface. While not truly black, it is virtually transparent, allowing black asphalt/macadam roadways or the surface below to be seen through it—hence the term "black ice".
Nice to see you watched the video.