Yeah, really glad we're both ok. We had a good chat while waiting for police and tow trucks. It was the other drivers first day at a new gig after moving here from out of state. They may have just glanced at their mapping app at the wrong moment. I played back the dashcam footage and you can hear the briefest squeal of their tires before impact. I was creeping along in traffic waiting to turn right and I'm pretty sure that had the cars in front been fully stopped that I'd have tapped the car in front of me.
The Bolt didn't look that bad, but damage can be well hidden. The local Chevy dealer has a collision center and it was supposed to be towed there yesterday (they also have an EV specialist. Haven't heard back yet. I didn't try the hatch, but all the other doors opened normally. No airbags in the Bolt deployed - which seems right to me. While it looked drivable (at least to move it out of traffic) the Bolt went into the "Conditions unsafe for shift" mode.
Shockingly, the front doors of the Nissan barely opened - while the door latches released, the hinges jammed. I think the sheet metal from the fenders was shoved back into the hinge area. Their airbag deployed and probably prevented injury.