I’ve actually been in a worse situation. I was forty miles from the nearest town on a gravel road in Colorado about 8 years go when a complete idiot hit me head on running about 70 mph.
I had 7 firearms including three handguns in the vehicle.
Fortunately I was able to get out check on the woman that hit me (texting while driving), turn her car over and extract her from the vehicle.
I then started basic first aid on her and when I’d evaluated her condition sufficiently to be comfortable with leaving her there for a few minutes I got to the top of a hill and luckily got a cell signal and called for help.
Went back and continued first aid until police arrived, then an ambulance and careflight and they carried her off.
As soon as the police arrived I gave them a basic rundown of what had happend and told them what firearms I had, including the one I was carrying and in what condition they were all in.
Once she was gone they just had me pull them all out, and unload them and then were nice enough to transport me back to where I was staying and helped me carry all of the firearms in.
All they asked is that I not start reloading them until the officers had departed which was probably reasonable on their part.
They could not have been nicer or more professional.
I made a point of going by their station and having a meeting with the commander of the post and passing on my appreciation for how well their officers handled the whole thing.