Curbed it bad
So last night as I was coming home in the snow, I hit a very icy patch and slid into the curb, knocking the right front wheel all sorts of out (Think broken leg sticking out at an ungodly angle... like that only with the wheel). I was able to get it mostly out of the way before it all locked up and I got out and looked at it (yes, I know, I should not have tried to move it at all... it was cold, late, and I was in the middle of the road, it needed to be moved as much as I could). I eventually got it towed and was able to go up there this morning to look at it before the mechanic was able to get around to it. It looks like I sheared the lower ball joint, and I am missing part of the brake rotor (not sure where it is, maybe in the caliper?). Of note, once everything stopped moving, the engine would rev, and it sounded like the wheels were spinning, but when I stopped and put it back in park there was a grinding feel in the shifter, not real pronounced. I did wait for everything to stop, and my engine was back to idle, so maybe the torque converter? not really sure at this point.
My biggest concern is that I did damage to the tranny/engine when it locked up. I have my insurance claim working now, and will update with the final verdict on damage. But wanted to get any thoughts as to what else may be damaged or what this all may end up costing.
CX-3 GT AWD Dynamic Blue Mica