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As Czarrah a fellow classmatefriend would say Great day to be alive This has been by far the hardest thing to grasp as we finish up the last couple of months of 2013It took the death of my classmatefriend to start to making a change in my life and also in my attitude towards lifeLooking back in my middle school days you would never think something so tragic could happen to the most sweetest girl I knowThis experience help me look at life on a different levelJst to know that we live today and that life not promise everydayWhat started out as a normal day ended in the worst day in 2013 for CHS tigersNobody knew that it was Czarrah last day on earth Late Monday night after participating in homecoming float buildingCzarrah and three other friends get in the truck to head homeWhen the signal light turned green and they started to drive and as struck on the left side by an oncoming vehicle at 70mphCzarrah who was in the backseat behind the driver flew out the window 50ft away from the accidentThere were eleven student involved in this two vehicle car accidentSix of the students was injury and Czarrah was pounced dead at the hospitalin this situation I see life on a hole another different levelAs I sit and think about it you never know when it your time to goDeath dont come in no age shape or size I believe that no parent should go through the pain of losing a child at a young ageCzarrrah was a beautiful and smart girl who had a lot going for herselfThe thought that she gone make me appreciate life more and cherish everybody who still hereNow people are pointing fingers and blaming people for her death when in reality it could have been anybodyMy eyes are open up a little more just I can see that the little things that countIm
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