“It was stolen along with a container of gas about an hour ago. I called the police and Alma left in her car. We don’t know where she is,” “Where could she have gone?” I questioned while my heart sped up even more. Not only was my grandmother a victim of theft, she was missing. My sister, Emily, was driving us home and she could tell I was getting nervous.
It turns out that my appendix needed to be removed. It ruptured on my way to the hospital, luckily they were able to fix the problem by putting me to sleep, and performing surgery to remove it. I spent eight days in the hospital and could not eat much. I have always been skinny, yet I lost seven pounds in that time period. When I came out, I could barely walk.
When we were going there or got I woke up for 2 seconds and passed out again for the rest of the night. My mom took me in, and I got my stitches under my eyebrow. The doctor gave her something so she can take out my stitches. I didn’t know how it looked like when we got home. When I woke up I was shocked because I didn’t know what happened last night.
WOOSTER — A Sugarcreek man who drove his buggy into oncoming traffic, causing the death of another driver, accepted his criminal responsibility when he appeared Wednesday in court. Robert S. Coblentz, 75, 2662 State Route 93, pleaded guilty in Holmes County Municipal Court to a single count of vehicular manslaughter. Joyce Morris, 74, Maple Street NW, Sugarcreek, died Jan. 20 from injuries sustained in the crash, which occurred at the intersection of state Route 39 and County Road 114 in Walnut Creek Township, according to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol. In contemplating his plea, Coblentz, who appeared in a wheelchair, said, “The charge is correct. I know that.
Our phone had been disconnected for non-payment, so she had taken the car to go to a friend’s house to use their phone. She intended to call her parents and ask if she could move back home. She somehow didn’t see Jeremy playing in the driveway as she started the car and began to drive away. But he was there, innocently playing in front of the car, not realizing the danger. Amid the ensuing panic that followed, we somehow managed to pick up his limp body and go racing to the fire station where I knew there was an ambulance service.
In my freshman year of high school my mother was injured in an automobile accident. My mother was always fragile because of her pre-existing heart condition, atrial regurgitation. Due to the accident, she went into congestive heart failure. The only choice for her survival were to perform an open heart surgery. The next 14 hour were the most excruciating hours of my life,I had never been so terrified.
In the Havens family, all four teenagers that drive have been in an accidents within the first six months of driving independently. Three of the teenagers totaled the car and were lucky that they were not killed, but they were injured and required medical care. A teenage neighbor was driving home from work when he lost control of his car. His face was removed in the accident and he has
One example would be that seat belts can save a life if the bus crashes. Did you know parents in Chattanooga, Tennessee are mourning the death of 5 kids in a bus crash. The 24-year old driver was arrested and this left people wondering if the bus had seat belt would their kids be safe in sound right in front of them. Did you also know that 500 children and teens die each year in car accidents during school travel. So you can see why having seat belts on a bus is really important.
Cell Phone Usage While Driving A soon to be family of three just moved into a new city; after the first tiring day of work the husband was eagerly going home to see his pregnant wife, when all of a sudden he received a call from his spouse, who informed him that her water had just broken while she was driving to the supermarket. In a panic, the husband went to his GPS app and typed in hospitals nearby. Being distracted visually, manually and cognitively by operating his cell phone, he missed the stop light and was t-boned by another truck. This one situation shows the positive and negative outcomes of using a cell phone while driving. The wife was able to successfully communicate to her husband by calling him.
When I was around ten years old, I broke my femur skiing. It was a pretty bad break, and I ended up having to stay in the hospital for two and half weeks in traction, and then a body cast for four months, followed by extensive rehab and physical therapy. This injury played a huge role in my life and is actually what motivated me to go into the health care industry, specifically nursing. Because of my injury, I wasn’t able to go to school for a lot of that time. I had two tutors that would come and help me with school.
They say a car driven by the 25-year-old Stillwater woman struck an unoccupied motorcycle of an officer working security at the parade, then went into the crowd. ___ 7 p.m. Hospital officials say a 2-year-old has become the fourth person to die after a woman suspected of driving under the influence plowed into an Oklahoma State University homecoming parade crowd. The child 's death was reported Saturday evening in a news release from OU Medical Center and The Children 's Hospital in Oklahoma City. The child died at The Children 's Hospital. Police have said a car driven by 25-year-old Adacia Chambers struck an unoccupied motorcycle of an officer working security at the parade Saturday in Stillwater.
One of the events in your life I can relate to is when Lucky had got hit by a car in the chapter Jason Highway. I can relate to this chapter because my first dog ever named Lu-Lu got hit by a car like Lucky. It All went like this, when I was walking Lu-Lu down the street in Raritan before I moved to hillsborough. Next, as I was walking Lu-Lu she did not know how the world worked because she was only 1 year old, so as I was saying a garbage truck was roaring by and Lu-Lu got scared and ran into the street and got hit by the huge truck. I was only 6 when I saw this, this was the most scariest thing that happened to me at the time.
No big deal. Except it did not go away. Next thing I knew I was at the doctor for stomach pain and chest pain in December. That night I was rushed to Arkansas Children’s Hospital, in fear that I had appendicitis. Once again, I found myself listing off symptoms.
For example, a 15 year old boy named Temar Boggs who did something incredible.. A little girl was missing for 2 hours until Temar and a friend noticed her in the back seat of a car. Temar and his friend chased the car for 15 minutes until the car stopped to finally let the little girl. Once they took the 5 year old to the police, everyone called them heroes. Words could not describe how happy they were. Another example is about an 11 year old boy, named La’ Dorious Wylie.
Dale Earnhardt was to Nascar what Elvis was to Rock & Roll. February 18, 2001 changed Nascar for the better and worst. Dale Earnhardt was racing in the 42 annual Daytona 500 when he had the wreck that ended his career and saved many others racing careers. In 2001 Dale Earnhardt hit the wall head on at Daytona and cause the last race of him that changed the world of NASCAR forever. The death of Earnhardt was tragic to everyone who knew and loved him.