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As my eyes slowly flicked open I began to wonder where I was I felt dazed and confused and my head was spinning Thats how it was when you wake up in a strange place then the reality suddenly came flooding into my mind like a tidal wave I could hear the loud wail of a siren Instantly I panickedthats it the ambulance they have come for me theyre going to take me to a special placeWithout turning my head I looked around and recognised my father on his knees next to me Summoning all of my courage I asked with a quiver in my voiceDarling where taking you to the hospital I thought for a while but continued to remain perplexed Then the past events began to slowly evolve the last thing that I could remember had occurred when I was crossing the road I was unable to recall anything but it occurred to me then that somehow I hadnt made it acrossApparently passers by had seen me struck by a car the flying into the air plummeting onto its windscreen hitting it directly with my forehead I thought I had been consumed by a black vortex but I had come face to face with death A few centimetres either was and I would have been addressing St PeterTill this day I still find it impossible to forget that sunny Tuesday afternoon I was feeling elated as the school holidays had arrived and I was comfortably ensconced in my favourite sofa doing my two favourite things eating chocolate and watching TV Just then my friend Belinda had knocked at the door She asked if I wanted to go for a bike ride At that age I always loved acting like a boy for my little brother and I would always compete with each other Then I suddenly remember that she possessed the newest and most expensive bike in the whole of grade three The
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