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The worst day of my life

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The worst day of my life If only I known what was going to happen within the space of those three or four hours I definitely would have gone to the park. It all started around the 5241 day of my life when I was down in the field in front of my house playing football with my friends Kevin and Ryan when my car pulled up beside us. My mum popped her head out the passenger side and said, "Barry are you coming"? ...read more.

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When I kicked the ball out it went flying and hit Kevin's head. He took it really thick and ran after me to give me a dead arm. We both ran into the bushes where I felt a small scratch on my leg but I never looked down to see until I felt the skin flapping and felt warm blood running down my leg. When I looked down I instantly thought it was a dream until I heard Kev screaming "Look at your leg, quick someone get his parents!" ...read more.

Conclusion

I found very strange that I could not feel any pain. I thought in my leg. When I got to the hospital I didn't have to wait along with the rest of the patients I was rushed on in and the doctor seen me instantly. He said the wound would need at least 14 stitches. After he finished stitching my leg up he wrapped it in a bandage and gave me a tetanus injection and sent me home, were I met my parents who had already been told about the whole ordeal and were glad to see me home in one piece. I reckon that was the worst day of my life. Barry Cassidy ...read more.

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