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Louis felt his kneecaps almost shatter as he landed on the rock ledge His legs totally collapsed from fatigue as he took the two-metre drop Lee tumbled after him and helped him up Louis had been running faster than ever before It might have been because there was no way of seeing where he put his feet and had no choice but to the unexpected jumps that appeared in front of him or the fear that the storm behind them would make their barely covered bodies freeze Louis and Lee had been rock climbing on the Tafelberg Spout and did not judge correctly the time it would take them to get up and down this challenging monolith They both knew there was bad weather on the way but the weather forecast predicted it would only arrive that Sunday night They planned to climb up to the top on Saturday spend the night there and abseil back down before the storm started on Sunday night Obviously nature was not on their side this time as they found themselves hurtling down the foot of mountain with almost no light on the Sunday night Fortunately they spotted a farmhouses lights in the distance and knew they could get a place to sleep for the night but had to hurry before the storm closed in on them The blood trickled through Louiss fingers as he held his knees and screamed in pain To see how badly Louis was injured Lee took a box of matches out of his pocket and lit them all at once The rocks around them danced with yellow and orange light that emitted from Lees blistered hand Louiss injuries were mild compared to what lay in front of them Striking that box of matches actually saved their lives as they found themselves a metre from the edge of a twenty-metre cliff Once they had gathered themselves they made
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