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My most memorable moment was about seven years ago. This most memorable moment was when my brother got knocked down;

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My most memorable moment was about seven years ago. This most memorable moment was when my brother got knocked down; I was still in primary school at the time. I arrived home on a Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 it was just like a normally day for me. I got home, went in don't my home work and went out to play but before I went out I realised that my brother was usually home by this time. My mummy was in the kitchen she was getting worried it was only his 2nd week at St Mary's so it was a long distance from my house. It was just past half past four when the principal of St Mary's rang my house. My mum answered and the voice on the other end sounded tense and worried, I'm sorry but I have some bad news your son has been knocked down. My mum just dropped the phone and started to cry uncontrollably. ...read more.

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My mum looked like she had seen a ghost. I was in total shock. I was off school for a week my brothers accident really hurt me. When I finally got back in to school a week later, my mum still had not let me go down and see him because of the state he was in. When I got in to school a boy in my class had been telling everyone that he had died that they had turned the life support machine off. He mistakenly tried to tell me this. I hit him and pushed this boy through a window I got suspended for 2 weeks. That night when I got home I had to go down to see my brother because I had to make sure that he was ok. My mum took me down that night. When I arrived my aunts, uncles and everyone was there to see him. When I went I took one look at him and run I just couldn't see him this way it was too much I couldn't take it.1 When I got outside I just burst in to tears. ...read more.

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Three months later Matthew was still in a coma no one knew when he was going to wake up. Another nine months later he opened his eyes. It was like the best thing to ever happen to me and my family just to see him wake up. When he woke up no one new if he recognised any of us. It was five weeks and two days later when he said his first word MUMMY. My mum just cried with joy. After one year, three months and one day he was a loud to come home. Matthew still had to go back to hospital twice a week for physical treatment and for brain sconces to see if his head injuries had got better from when he was in hospital. Matthew is doing well now he is still unable to walk but is living a great life he has a girlfriend now and is very happy. My mum and dad are just so happy that he is alive and they think God every day for helping him through his rough times.2 1 Gerard Carbery 12I 2 Gerard Carbery 12 I ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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