• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Mystery Car Crash - English Original Writing Coursework

Extracts from this document...


The Mystery Car Crash It was just a normal Wednesday for Stu. 7:30am and he had just got into work. Stu worked as a paramedic, driving ambulances to and from the emergency department in Bristol. He was a middle aged man who had worked as a paramedic for 20 years. Eventually two of his other colleagues turned up and they were chatting and drinking tea as usual. It was spookily quiet for a Wednesday morning despite of everything that was happening. For some reason Stu was plodding up and down the station anxiously waiting for some action when suddenly sirens started ringing throughout the whole building which meant only one thing: "SHOUT!" Stu grabbed the call out sheet and hopped into the ambulance. The call out sheet read: "RTC, Willow Road, Bristol, BS5 2RC." They took a glance at the sheet and Stu started up the engine and swiftly raced off to Willow Road, the scene of the RTC. ...read more.


"I, I saw it, I saw what happened!" he exclaimed. Stu's team was far too busy trying to get the driver out of his mashed car to worry about acknowledging a small middle aged man shouting from about fifty metres down the road. "Please, i saw the accident, i saw what happened" he whimpered whilst walking away from the scene, feeling very annoyed that no one would listen to him. The paramedics and fire crews were doing an excellent job of clearing the scene of collision, but there was a sense of mystery, mainly because no-one actually knew what had caused the crash. The police were investigating the crash when that small man came up to them and told them how he seen the crash. The police decided to take a sympathetic line and took him down to the station so he could discuss his story in an interview room where they could record his version of events. ...read more.


It was impossible to see if there was a driver in it because of the tinted windows. He was reluctant to go up to it so he just decided to walk off. Suddenly he heard an engine fire up and start crawling towards him. It suddenly increased in speed and was travelling fastly in the man's direction. Was it going to hit him? He yelled and closed his eyes. He felt a strong wind and wasn't sure if he had been hit. He nervously opened his eyes to find out that he was stood it the exact spot. "Phew!" it was all over. Nothing was left of this black car any more or of the other car that had been hit. And the streets were spookily quiet again so the small, middle aged man walked on home, when he saw the ambulance, that had been rushed to the scene of the crash, in a ditch. It didn't look as if any one had been hurt, so he continued to walk on home having had seen enough for one day. JOE TULLY 10BD ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe essays

  1. Room 101; original writing coursework.

    His muscled face shot up, he glanced at me with sharp, green eyes that surveyed me with a look that carried a sense of disgust across to me. Though he only glanced at me the moment our eyes caught each other seemed to go on for eternity.

  2. The Crash

    "Paul, wait!! We need to stick together to get off this island. You can't go wandering off alone. These three made it as well." One of the other survivors pushed through to the front. He was a tall and well-built man with his clothes all in tatters.

  1. Three really is a crowd.

    the story but it has to be done; I suppose I owe it to our friendship or something like that. I don't bother to knock or buzz because being one of her oldest friends I have a key it is, seeing as it is a Sunday she is sure to be in.

  2. Creative Writing Coursework : Guilt

    I sat up and took interest. I was beginning to believe what Jericho was telling me, although I was worried as to what I was getting myself into. "Anyway" he continued. " I had little difficulty in finding and eliminating Vice, but unfortunately I was caught by the authorities, who immediately informed the British Government of my capture.

  1. Rianne Summers fiddled around with the frequency dial on the car radio until she ...

    "Wow, a secret passage!" She exclaimed, trying to pull the door open. "Is it locked?" The others looked on curiously as Rianne and Lisa pulled at the door, which refused to budge. "Forget it, my tummy's growling at me, I think if I go without food for much longer my stomachs going to cave in!

  2. Double Trouble Mystery.

    throw a candle lit supper for a few acquaintances, but Christopher being Christopher refused to let me have it so I said to him that if he didn't let me have the party terrible things would happen to him." explained Rose.

  1. Story Coursework

    I hold my head together and pray for my little Sarah. Sarah I want you to Know I still love you and am always thinking of you. After I am finished I pull the hair back out of my face and fell the little bold bit of skin where there used to be hair.

  2. The crash

    Then it suddenly struck me, what about the people in the other car? "And the person in the other car?" "Not good". Oh shit, I thought, it suddenly struck me that the other person had not been as lucky as me and had been killed, why god had saved me I shall never know.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work