No one was hurt severely, though myself and passenger are in a lot of back pain currently. We are men who don't got time for pain.
The bumper behind my passenger side wheel was winched out to a normal position and I continued to drive around like that for 12 more hours before going to the hospital; tracking down parts and I'd say I do some pretty good work. I wanted to get as much done as possible before the adrenaline wore off and the pain set in. I went out and purchased a pair of spyder projectors.
Within the day I tracked down a pair of headlights, a bumper from an 08 lariat, a used grille and the next day a new upper valence was at my door. Impressive, eh? It doesn't stop there with a some help from a friend I got the teardown process done like dinner.
Later that night, I met up with a member of the Alberta f150's group
*cough* and picked up a set of single row 8" light bars
Tested them out and holy hell.
Just a ridiculous amount of light from these bars, kicks rigid right out of the water!
But now here we are, 2 days after the accident, right in the middle of the rebuild. Better, faster, stronger. We have the technology. She will live again.