Sirens Character Analysis Essay

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In the morning when everyone is running late
The students notice roads aren’t looking great
They run to get into the car and descend
As they pull onto the freeway they text their friend
Running late can you grab me food
Just then bang the car collides with another intrude
Sirens can be heard everywhere as the short fit police officers arrive
They then break the news that the other driver is not alive
The tough police officer is blasé and unsympathetic yet attentive to what’s going on
He then tells the parents at the scene that their little girl is gone.
They seem very confused as the officer informs then that it was a texting and driving incident
The other driver apologies as the is put in the police cruiser that she

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