Sufferings of People Stuck in a natural disaster
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She ran into the nearby shelter that she could detect to protect herself from the pouring rain and the deafening storm. A good thing for her was that she found 3 flashlights with the batteries in them and they all operated properly. Then instantaneously, a massive tree about 20 feet - 30 feet tall fell with a deafening creak at the foot of the cave where she decided to take shelter until the storm was over. With the snap of the fingers and a blink of the eyes, the entrance to the cave where she took shelter was coated with the chocolatey brown tree….All hope for her to now escape was impractical.
She dashed through the cave, sweat and tears rushing down her face. She taught to herself, ‟I need to find a way of out this cafe ASAP, otherwise I might die from lack of oxygen, water, maybe even from hunger and starvation”.With this terrifying thought in mind, she now started exploring the eerie cave with more energy, while also hoping that she finds a way out. But, she didn’t find a way out. After thoroughly checking the cave out, she still couldn’t find a way out. Also by the time that she finished thoroughly checking the cave out, it became morning and the storm had already passed. She now started studying the ground for things that she could use to signal for help, etc.
The main reason why she started searching the ground when it was morning was mainly because she couldn’t search when it was dark as there would be no light to help in searching, so she searched in the morning when there was sunlight flashing into the cave. After finding nil things on the ground, she sat on a dense and rigid, damp stone and wracked her brain and tried to think of a solution. She tried shouting for help but couldn’t find a place where she could shout for help. One thing she couldn’t pinpoint was that where the sunlight falling into the cave came from.
Another major drawback for her was that she could see outside of the cave, but couldn’t shout out for help. She also saw two emergency help officials looking for any survivors that survived the storm. She tried shouting out for help but couldn’t be heard. On the second day in the cave, the sunlight appeared a bit dimmer to her. On the end of the third day in the cave, all hope was lost for her to survive. With no water and food(her internal energy was slowly diminishing), this was the last day that she would see this dimmed sunlight.