She woke from her slumber, her back sore from sleeping on the hard wooden floor. She returned back to her treasure map and went digging to find the treasure. She dug and dug until finally she hit something hard. She picked up the chest and jumped in her car. She had to get away from her problems. In chest she thought it held her fortune, she thought she wouldn’t have to live in her circumstances anymore. She was wrong. All of a sudden a shake in ground became louder and bigger. Buildings were toppling, glass was smashing. All of a sudden something fell on the roof of the car. She tried to escape but she was trapped…
He was just finishing up at work. He was successful as he worked in a hot chocolate shop in the snow. People enjoyed skiing but they enjoyed hot chocolate even more. He had fun serving people, he was entertaining. He had finished another great day at work. He walked home. He heard rumbling. Snow was heading toward him. He tried to run but he was too slow, he was buried in snow…
Vannessa had never gone outside. She was only 7 months old. This was her first time seeing the beautiful outdoor world. Her parents were planning to have a pie for lunch while Vannessa had her baby food. She could smell smoke, something was burning. It was her parents pie. It was on fire. She crawled over to look at the burning flames. She put her nose up against the oven. The burning sensation sent her straight to pain. She opened the oven to let out the smoke but the fire suddenly spread through the house. She was caught in the middle of it…
Tony was on his way home from school. His mum was in the front seat both of them sitting in silence. They caught in the middle of a massive storm. It was so big you didn’t know what side of the road you were driving on. The storm was getting wilder and wetter. The roads were filling up with water. Tony suddenly realised he was caught in a flood. The water was rising up against the car windows. He couldn’t get out of the car.
She was pulling on her leg but it wouldn’t budge. Flashing lights were appearing in the distance. Sirens were becoming louder and louder. She was preparing to be saved. What if they found her trunk in the back of the car? What if they put her in jail? What if they didn’t rescue her? She was stressed, very stressed. Amy didn’t know how to signal them to come to her. They were probably saving lots of other people in cars. She might not survive. The sirens were getting closer and closer to her, were they coming to save Amy?
He trying to dig himself out of the snow but he just didn’t have the strength. He was freezing and he was starting to think he wouldn’t survive. Christopher was running out of air. He could hear voices but they didn’t belong to happy people with a hot chocolate, they sounded like people who were not happy where they were. They sounded like dangerous people. Was Christopher in danger? He didn’t feel safe, was that normal? The voices were getting clearer until a foot fell right on Christopher’s face.
Her parents came rushing in but they couldn’t reach her without getting burnt. The firemen were on their way and said that they would have everything under control in a matter of time. The flames were getting larger and hotter. Vannessa still had no clue that this was a very dangerous scenario. Babies and fire don’t go well together. Vannessa started to cry and her parents knew that if she died it was all their fault. Vannessa started to get sleepier and sleepier until she finally fell asleep.
Water was starting to leak into the car. Tony was struggling to breathe. He reached to put down the window but he couldn’t reach. His mother was out of the car already, running to be welcomed to a safe home. She’d abandoned Tony. He was on his own. He had to figure out how to save himself. But how could he?
The ambulance paramedics were cutting through the car to release Amy’s leg. She had come to the point where she couldn’t feel her right leg. She was screeching in pain as they lifted out her leg. She looked at it and discovered it was covered in a thick coating of blood. She was carried into the ambulance and was greeted by her family at the hospital. She was saved. She was alive.
He was buried out of the ground and rescued. The men with the scruffy voices were actually just hikers who hated the cold. They helped Christopher up and drove him to the doctors. He suffered a minor case of frostbite. He needed hot chocolate. Christopher turned out to be okay. He was saved. He was alive.
The firemen finally came. They carried Vannessa out of the ring of fire and extinguished it. The kitchen was ruined and needed lots of renovation. Vannessa had minor injuries on her hand and her stomach though she wasn’t majorly hurt. After the smoke was fully out of her house, the firemen left them all alone in the house with some renovation business cards. Vanessa’s parents were depressed but were glad that their little baby daughter was saved. She was saved. She was alive.
Tony had an idea of what to do. He could swim to the front and try to open the door. It was the only one that wasn’t locked. He swam and swam and it felt like the water was trying to push back. He was determined. He opened the door and all the water poured out. The flood had gone down so Tony could now walk on the road. He still had a problem though. He couldn’t find his mum. He ran along the streets and down the alleys but he couldn’t find her. All of a sudden a voice sounded behind him. It was his mum. She was saved. She was alive.