Estonia By:Hannah Day
As a passenger on the Estonia ship wreck changed my life.
The day I got on the ship I never thought about it being the deadliest ship wreck of the 20th century.
Being on a ship out in the middle of the Baltic Sea and having the fear of dying is not what you planed on happening when stepping on to the ship.
I will never forget that day cause my life will never be the same.
The day my life changed I had to become someone I didn’t want to be.
I had to fight to stay alive and let go of the people I was close to.
Seeing the pain and fear in a friends eyes from suffering is the last thing I wanted to see.
Being the person who made it through the wreck is a more a suffer for me because I think everyday about the others letting go and dying.
Being on a ship that was the biggest deadliest ship wrecks in the 20th century is a something that no one would expected.
When the sinking of the MV during World War 11 was more deadly.
1994 was a year that many of crises came about and harmed and destroyed many of people and families.
The 20th century was a time when people that got affected by this wrecked had to slowly put their life back together.
When you step on a ship your not thinking about a plan if the ship sinks.
Out in the middle of the sea there’s not much you can do when a ship is sinking.
Having fear and crying out loud when you know your going to drown and breath in all water is a painful way of dying.
I would never step back on to a shit.
Knowing everyday my life will never be the same ill have to think of the things that not many other people has seen or see on a daily base.
Many of people don’t experience thing like this everyday and, many of people hasn’t had the fear of being on a sinking ship and, dying.
Something’s you can forget and move on from but ill never be able to forget the scared unhappy people I...
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