# An ambulance problem involve sum of two independent uniform random variables

An ambulance travels back and forth at a constant speed along a road of length $L$. At a certain moment of time, an accident occurs at a point uniformly distributed on the road.[That is, the distance of the point from one of the fixed ends of the road is uniformly distributed over ($0$,$L$).] Assuming that the ambulance's location at the moment of the accident is also uniformly distributed, and assuming independence of the variables, compute the distribution of the distance of the ambulance from the accident.

Here is what I have so far:

$X$ = point where the accident happened

$Y$ = location of the ambulance at the moment.

$D = |X-Y|$, represents the distance between the accident and the ambulance