Crunch man. Luckily only 3 hours from home. The temp repair held really well. I'm thinking if you break down try and do it in a Walmart or Home Depot parking lot. Made the trips back to the store easy.
As for the damage the outer fiberglass ( I'll assume filon since I'm not a body guy) peeled away from the luan. There's no glue marks really but I'm not sure how they attach them.
It is a 2013 27HFS. Warranty ran out March of 2015. When we opened it during the Spring my wife found a water stain on the counter by the bed right behind that wall. I hunted a summer to find the leak. Finally found it behind the rain gutter. My son and I caulked everything. Eternabond on seams in the roof. No leaks this year.
I noticed earlier on this trip that I couldn't see down the side of the trailer in my mirror. Couldn't figure out why. Now I know it was the wall getting air behind it and billowing. It could have been worse.