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I can't tell if he's laughing or crying.

Bad Day in Alabama

I know one thing: That 7-year-old girl who survived the plane crash in Alabama in which her whole family perished, and then had to walk about a mile to get help, has just won every “bad day” contest for the rest of her life. What a story.

Categories: Non-Fiction

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26 replies

  1. I won’t laugh but the way you wrote that….
    OMG, that girl apparently had no shoes on walking over extremely rough terrain for a mile or more in the pitch dark and could only see the light of one of 3 houses that was occupied this time of year. It is an amazing story. Where does that kind of strength come from? Why don’t you just lay down and die in the elements next to your dead parents which must be soooo devastating that that is what you want to do? Is it survival instinct or that little girl’s personal strength?

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  2. Good Lord! Scary, for sure.

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  3. Apparently, my comment made it.
    Well, I’m using the Android app. Don’t know if it’s the app, or WordPress itself, or somewhere in between. I don’t think it’s your site at all.

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  4. I want to be like her when I grow up.

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  5. Seriously…worst ever. Poor kid.

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  6. I agree. So sad. Completely

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  7. Just amazing what people survive. And when they come out like gold – like you – really remarkable.

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  8. That little girl… when I was her age I was so shy, if it had been me and I see my parents dead I’d cry so much… I’m even crying now imagining it. There was no one there to give her a hug, to tell her everything would be alright and to guide her or take care of the situation…

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  9. Hi there friends, its impressive piece of writing on the topic of educationand completely defined, keep it up all the time.

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