She smiled at the sound of her music. She walked her usual route to school. That normal shrub, that normal tree, that normal building. She sighed at all of the normal things that she passed every day. She just hoped that something else would happen, something exciting. She got the wind knocked out of her as she was pushed out of the way from an unknown force, and an unknown reason. She looked back in time to see that a man had pushed her out of the way as an SUV and a Semi-truck collided with each other. The that stood in front of her was telling her something, but she couldn’t hear anything from the blasting of her headphones. She was too in shock to move, or remove her headphones to hear the man. The police siren sounded off in the distance. She felt the fire
“Ok, I will go on. So I stood there at the restaurant and a policeman comes toward me and..”
One-thirty on a Thursday morning. I laid in bed worrying, after watching John rush to Main Street for a fire call. My head spun as the pager near my head continued to dispatch calls. “Be careful on the roof Watson, I can see light through,” Feltner’s voice echoed. Ambulance sirens boomed down a four-block stretch of Main Street. My body sprung from the bed and hurried out and down the block. My face began to fill with heat. Just then another page came through, “I know idiot, I put it there.” It was John’s voice. I felt relief and began to walk back down the sidewalk to our home. I heard a young girl screaming for her dog, hysterically. Finally, back in my house, I completely forgot that I had left the two girls upstairs. Thankfully,
Lyndsey runs out of the building into the dark stormy night. She races to the park across the street as the rain cascades down like a 100-foot waterfall. The lighting strikes the ground all over in sync with the loud claps of thunder rearing its ugly voice. With blood pouring
“Hello Ms. Anthony. I’m here because you violated a law. I’m sorry Ms. Anthony, but I have to put you under arrest.” The officer said
when he opened the car door, the officer had seen, in plain view sight, a registration card to the
Benson. Trust me you don’t want to shoot a detective”, detective Raymond said. “Oh detective! Trust me I do”, I said while pointing the gun at them. I looked to my left and noticed that Charlotte was here. When did she get here? Then it clicked; she was the one that opened the door for the detectives. The female detective noticed I was starring at Charlotte, so she said “ Mr. Benson, don’t do anything you will regret”. I replied with “it’s too late for that”
To ward off boredom while she waits, Clemmy Sue slaps the earphones over her ears, turns the CD player to full volume, and closes her eyes and begins to sing along with Dolly Parton. In no time at all, she fell asleep and when she awoke twenty minutes later, she
Amelia spotted the luminescent police issued lights flashing in the distance as they drew close. “Thanks you can stop here.” The driver pulled over swiftly, Amelia leaned in and passed him a note and insisted he
His reply surprised me a bit and was twice as loud. “Lady, if you followed me, that is stalking and I am going to report you.”
Ruby Morris is a normal girl who just wants a normal life except with her mom and dad reunited. But everything changes before she knows it. Killer rain begins falling from the sky. Not too long after the killing rain starts, all water is deadly and little safe water remains. After a couple days her mom, little brother, friends, “boyfriend,” and most everyone in her town are dead. Six days after the rain starts falling, 99.73% of Earth’s population is assumed to be dead. Only 0.27% of humans are left. To Ruby, water and living now means everything and the only thing she has left is her stepfather. But even he falls to the poisoned water and dies. Filled with grief for the dead she was close to, Ruby finds Daruis Spratt, a geek no one really
Example one: Person not looking to commit a crime: One night, a woman is driving home from work on the interstate. As she is driving it begins to rain, not an overly hard falling rain, but enough to dull her vision a little bit. Her wipers are working fine, and she can see the road clearly in front of her. She approaches a curve in the road, as she comes through the curve there is a truck broken down on side of the road. As she gets closer to the vehicle, the truck begins to roll into her lane right in front of her. She brakes very hard, but since the road is wet from the rain, she slides into the truck and injures the driver and damages the vehicle. She is arrested.
Jenna's POV Today I'm taking Hailey to go get her flower girl dress and shoes. I drove to my sister's house and picked up Hailey. On the way to the store, we jammed out to Meghan Trainer. When we got to the store we looked around and picked out a bunch of dresses that we liked. Then we had a fashion show in the dressing room. She came out, twirled, and posed. She did this a few time until she came out in a simple white dress with spaghetti straps. It had a light blue sash and flowers on the bottom. "Aunt Jenna, I really like this one," Hailey said twirling. "I like that one too. Let's take a picture to send to your momma," I said. She posed and I snapped the picture. I sent the picture to my sister.
'' Get up there car is burning we must go''. So we all get out and alive and the lady from a big red truck has a broken arm and is laughing. 5 hours later the cops show up they said,
“ Chill Ali, we aren’t getting caught,” Daniel responded. “ Look at them officers trying to catch up to us, slower that a turtle,” added Ryan.