Challenger was towed, but what a mess getting that arranged. Called Chrysler Roadside Assistance at 7:12PM, and spoke with Daniel. He informed me we'd have to call 911 to clear the scene. He asked if I wanted to call 911, or if he should... Of course I wanted him to do it; I wasn't about to be hit with a fraudulent 911 call charge.
So he dialed 911 with me on the line and the dispatcher was quite confused, but she eventually agreed to send the local fire dep't out to the site. Fire truck arrived about 15 minutes later, and the fire fighters had never had to so anything like this, and one of the gentleman involved was clearly not a rookie. They look at where it had been leaking, and then said, "not much we can do here" and left.
Then I could finally arrange a tow truck through Chrysler Roadside Assistance. The text me at 7:35AM that Relief Net Road Service is to arrive at 8:35PM. At 8:02PM, I get another text saying now Pro Tow Towing will arrive at 9:31PM.
At 9:45PM, Pro Tow had still not arrived, so I called Roadside Assistance again, and didn't get the name of this representative, but he placed me on hold for approx. 15 minutes only to come back and let me know that Pro Tow had never agreed to the contract, so they weren't coming. He arranged a new towing contract. And again, Relief Net Road Service's info is texted to me only to again change a few minutes later to Pro Tow (again)...
Not wanting to play that game, I called up Roadside assistance and this time spoke to Amy, who supposedly canceled the Pro Tow and set me up with TW Towing... This time, however, I never get a confirmation text about TW Towing, and at 11:21PM, Pro Tow shows up.
So it took over four hours, four calls to Chrysler Roadside Assistance, and a call to 911 to get my car towed five miles from my house.
Yesterday morning, I was informed the passenger side fuel pump is cracked, and the part will be in Monday. Fingers crossed that fixes the problem. With as much fuel as leaked out onto everything, I hope they can eliminate the fuel smell. Very strong through the cabin.