Yup, got to work, noticed a lug nut with half a lug that had broke off sitting in the parking lot. grabbed it to toss it out of the roadway so nobody would get a flat and once it was in my hand I thought wait a minute, that looks like the ones I have on my truck. Walked the lug/lug nut to the nearest tire and realized there are only 3 lug nuts holding that tire on my tuck.
Needless to say the rest of that day my mind was on how to fix my issue! I am not a wrench head, but I got it fixed by 10PM.
Tapped out all existing lugs, bought and installed new lugs and new lug nuts (pretty tough without having a press). Cost was about $60 because I couldn't really wait for parts and Alaska is super expensive.
Good thing is there is not a ton of damage, nobody got injured and I learned a whole bunch. Before this I was totally unaware that doing brakes was as easy as it is. Hell yeah, I am fixin to do all my own brake jobs from now on.