Personal Narrative: Wild Blizzards

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I never thought I would miss this world as much as I do. With a winter storm threatening to blanket parts of the freeway with three or more feet of snow, the motorists were scrambling to get to their destinations before the road’s became inaccessible. I was one of them making my usual route home. The howling winds and blowing ice crystals engulfed my little blue Toyota making it shake. I was in the middle of a wild blizzard. Blizzards were common at this time of the year, but never had it been this bad. Cautiously I drove home when I saw bright, blinding headlights from a distance away. A black car was weaving erratically through the traffic. Does this person have a death wish? At first, he was far away so I lost interest in the capricious car and fixated my attention on driving. A minute or so later I checked my rearview mirror. That black car was right behind me and sped towards the rear of mine, tried to change lanes at the last seconds lost traction and began to skid towards me. I braced for impact and held tightly onto my steering wheel. I knew I was going to be a pin being knocked over by a bowling ball. The car hit mine with immense force and it spun and thrashed into another car. My head knocked hard against the window and I blacked out instantly. …show more content…
She felt sick to the stomach, her husband of 10 years and the father of her children was involved in a car accident he was in a coma. She paced back and forth on the grey tiles, then a nurse finally invited her in to see the love her life. He was pale, lifeless corpse with gashes covering his

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