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Every second felt like my throat was becoming harder and drier I gaspedfor air but couldnt swallow I felt someone pick me up and place me ona stretcher but I couldnt make out a face My eyes slowly started tofade away only seeing slight glimpses of light I arrived at thehelicopter only to lapse into a deep slumber At seven years old my lifewas about to change foreverHours later I wake up unknown to where I am my vision far blurrier thenI remember I make out several human like shapes and realize I amsurrounded by what seems to me as many doctors and nurses who areanalyzing my blood and keeping record of it I try to rise from where Iam laying down but I feel my body aching in every place possible Icant even manage to bring myself to a sitting position One of thedoctors then realizes I am struggling and help me up to rest my backagainst a wall As I am resting on the wall I ask for water to quenchthe thirst I am experiencing but the doctor denies me for reasons tothis day I do not know He only claims he is able to give me ice whichat the time is quite painful to the roof of my mouth I then amsurrounded by doctors who start asking me questions like What are yourparents names and What is your last name I try time after timeto answer the questions I am asked but I cant remember My memory isquite dull and my parents fear it will remain this wayAfter further examination I am transported to immediate care I rememberone moment being examined by doctors and the next waking up in ahospital bed attached to several devices maintaining my blood levels AsI see what I am attached to I am frightened by the fact that everycrease on my arms and legs are connected to medical tubes I didntunderstand the tragedy I was experiencing As
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