Review Of ' Jaws Of Life '

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Jaws of life One day in mid-November, I thought that one of the worst days in my life had come. I walked into my parent’s room, and I found my mother rushing to gather things to go somewhere. Curiously, I asked my mom where she was going, and why she was in such a rush. My mom said, “Julia was in a horrible car accident on the way home from school. The paramedics had to use the Jaws of Life to get her out. She is heading to the hospital. I’m going up there to see if there is anything I can do to help.” Immediately many questions came to my mind, but I knew that it would be best to not ask until she was sure of the answers and had more information. Julia was family to me, but not my blood. I have known her since I was born, and she has always been around since. Her Aunt is my mother’s best friend as well as my Godmother. She has known Julia’s family for over 30 years. I wasn’t as close to Julia as I would’ve liked to be, but I still knew her very well. She was only 17 years old and it was her senior year in high school. Since my mom is a Pediatric nurse at Baptist, it was no surprise to me that my mom was going there to help. I told her to update me as soon as she found out anything. After my mom left to go to the hospital, I sat on the couch anxiously waiting for any information from her. Eventually my mom texted me saying that she was in critical condition and in a coma. She also said that she had to be on a ventilator and wasn’t responding to anything. With that
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