Imagine for a moment, being trapped in your own car in a flash flood.

There are flood waters rising around you.

Your engine's shorted out, you can't roll down the windows or get your sunroof open. You've got nowhere to go; no way to get out of your car.

The water is starting to come in from the floor vents in the car.

What do you do? How do you escape?

Is there anything you can do to get yourself out of the car quickly?

What if you had something that could break the window like this?

Wednesday night on The Late Feed, 11Alive's Brendan Keefe talks with the inventor of the OWL: Open Window for Life, and learns how it was inspired by our two-year-long investigation into the broken 911 system that cost Shannell Anderson her life one foggy morning.

LOST ON THE LINE: An 11Alive Investigation

Why 911 is broken
Why 911 is still broken
2 years after tragic 911 death, what's changed?
Lost on the line: Local communities rolling out tech that helps 911 find you