No, date not set on camera. It happened yesterday. She's just sore and has some glass issues with her face. She was T-boned after a guy ran a stop sign which spun her into a house. Kind of a freak accident from what I hear. I stole the photos from facebook.
Not worth repairing. I saw a brand new car that had a from impact a lot less than that and it was a total. Anything that impacts the position of the engine compared to the frame is a good indication of a writeoff,
Looks like the cross-car beam is bent/broken, which is what buckled the instrument panel. If so, the front half of the car isn't economically feasible to repair.
You could cut the back half off and mate it to an undamaged front half - but I think that would make the new front half doner the repaired car and this one the scrap car, since the front half carries the VIN.
I've actually heard that complaint on numerous Toyotas.
The airbags in this accident did probably exactly what they were supposed to do. (just like the one a few months ago)
This was a very hard side impact, with a secondary frontal impact. I assume if the car had side curtain bags, they did or would have gone off. At that point they are done.
After that the car hit something frontal, but the airbags are shut down, because the driver can be assumed to be displaced from their initial position, and the front airbag deployment could cause more damage than it saves.
This is exactly why you should always wear your seat belt in addition to the airbags. If the driver walked away from this car, the car did its job very well.