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Introduction

He could hardly see anything. It was dark, wet and the road was slippery, it was just after nine o'clock. There was no sight of anybody on the windy, everlasting roads, except for him. Then all of a sudden two headlights appeared from the far away distance. The brightness blinded his eyes, but he didn't care so he carried on and predictably tried to clip the victim's car causing the victim a surprising shock, but the burning rubber tires slipped on the wet road, causing him to slide off, knocking the other car as he slid. The other car rolled 3 or 4 into the muddy banking on the side of the road. Sven quickly struggled out of his car, and scrambled towards the other car only to find that it was a pile or wreckage. He forced open the crushed door and saw a dead body with blood everywhere. So Sven knelt down on his knees and the man had a nametag, his name was Ryan. Sven knew he had committed manslaughter. So he picked up the bloody body very slowly and walked down the road with it in his hands. He saw a nearby river flowing pretty fast, so he walked up to it, looked over the edge and threw the body into it. ...read more.

Middle

He was told to explain it in full down at the station, so he drove to the police station and reported everything he knew or thought had happened. The talk went on for about 30 minutes, finally they finished talking and the police had enough information to realize who he was. Tommy showed them the card and the police connected it to an address. So the police drove to Sven's estate and started looking around for a while, knocking on peoples doors picking up the odd detail about him and his personality from his neighbours. They found that it wasn't good at all, so they went straight to his house and kicked the large dirty door straight to the floor with an almighty bang. Everything seemed quiet, they walked around the house slowly searching for Sven, the house was dirty and cold and more or less everything looked stolen, broken or just damaged. Nobody was around, as they walked past the stairs a feint smell of smoke drifted up the noses. They heard a noise upstairs; they ran up the stairs, guns in hand and looked around for anything unusual, a man walked out of the bedroom, it was Sven. ...read more.

Conclusion

He would escape through the ventilation system, passing through the walls to the outside. He planned for 2 days of how to do it, noting the guard's movements and where they walked and when. It came to the third day (the day he would try to escape) and everything was going to plan, so he waited for the right moment, unscrewed the ventilation system with a hexagonal pen he stole from the guard, and started crawling through the shaft. He was scraping and scratching his knees but he had to keep moving. He saw a stream of light peering from the corner, he scurried along faster than planned, turned the corner and to his amazement, it was the outside. He slowly crawled to the end of the shaft, as he reached the last piece of mesh from the system, he stared through looking to see if he it was all clear. But a guard strolled by whistling to him self, Sven budged back an extra foot. The guard moved on, it must had been 2 feet away from his nose. He gazed through the mesh once more, and everything was clear so he kicked the shutter down ran towards the 6 foot wall and jumped it, pulling himself up, Ran along the fields and into the woods. He had escaped! ...read more.

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