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Personal Narrative: The Man In The Water

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“The Man in the Water” knew it was he last chance to do anything before he had possibly been gone, gone in the possibly hypothermia water of the Potomac River. This man was helping others before even trying to protect himself in the first place. It just confused the onlookers of why he would put his life second out of strangers he has never seen before. He was a hero, a brave, considerate, noble man, and last but not least a sacrifice of his entire life, as what the survivors had thought of him.
First question for most of the onlookers was who he actually was and why did he put other people’s lives before his? It was sure that most people do help and sacrifice, but not for their life. “When I heard this I was shocked, yet I acknowledge
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Sadly the hero has been left now with not even a heart beating. There are so many things to do to be called a hero, but that is only if you were that committed to help anyone, which is what I saw outside of my where I work,” expressed a middle-aged woman. heart beating. There are so many things to do to be called a hero, but that is only if you were that committed to help anyone, which is what I saw outside of my where I work,” expressed a middle-aged woman. From Time Magazine’s Article “The Man in the Water,” Windsor has stated “ “But I’ve never seen one with that commitment” and “His selflessness was one reason the story held national attention; his anonymity another.”

Examiners and scientists are now on a look for what might had caused this catastrophe in the Potomac River. They are in the search for who specifically “The Man in the Water” and who may know why did he choose to plunge into the River. As of right now, examiners are lack of data and information and needs to do further investigation what had happened to “The Man in the Water” and all the people who was suffering in the penetrating, numbing, freezing
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