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Juvenile Deliquents turn heroes

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Introduction

Breaking news, yesterday at 2:30pm at Jay Mountain, near Windrixville. Three teenagers, Dallas Winston (19), Johnny Cade (16) and Ponyboy Curtis (14) were all members of the "Greasers" gang have rescued children from a burning church. Three youngsters Ponyboy Curtis, Dallas Winston and Johnny Cade are recovering in the hospital after their heroic fire rescue in Windrixville yesterday. ...read more.

Middle

Ponyboy Curtis was lying unconscious on the floor looking to see where Johnny Cade was. There was a minute silence. Johnny has killed Bob the toughest boy in the "Socs" gang. Bob has been stabbed with Johnny's Cade switchblade in Bob's wound. Johnny Cade only did it for self-defence because Bob was trying to drown Ponyboy Curtis. So Johnny Cade and Ponyboy Curtis asked for help and then took the nearest train to Windrixville. ...read more.

Conclusion

Unfortunate the roof collapsed on Johnny and Ponyboy luckily escaped. Then Dally went in to save him. After they have rescued the children they were taken to hospital. Johnny suffered major bones and broke his back. He can no longer walk he survives. Dally had burns on his arms and Ponyboy only got a few bruises and small burns. School teacher, Jerry Wood (54) who was present at the scene, said, "Those boys were heroes. The kids would never have survived if it haven't been for their bravery." ...read more.

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