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Cynthia Olaoluwa Goldfine November 1 2010 Ksu 1101 One day I was home alone with my little sister and I heard her crying in her room. I ran to her room and saw that she hit her head. I looked at her head and saw blood coming out and I immediately panicked. So many things rushed in my head, but calling 911 was not one of them. I stared panicking and ran down stairs to my brother to tell him what happened. He immediately told me to call 911. When the ambulance arrived they fixed her up and thankfully she was ok. In that situation, I did not respond the right way. If I was ever faced with an emergency like that again I would handle the situation totally different. First, I would stay calm and call 911, next I would make sure I stay with my sister, making sure she
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Unformatted text preview: is alright, and lastly I would call my brother to come and see the situation. I am very prepared for a situation at home. We always have a plan if there is a fire or disaster and where we would go. In my car I always keep it locked once I get inside and I always park near lit up areas. On foot I am always aware of my surroundings. I look back very often to make sure no one is following me and most of the time I’m always walking with a friend. Yes, when the fire alarm went off, when I was taking a test, I ignored it. Next time instead of ignoring it I would be aware of it and do what I am supposed to during a fire. I would exit the building to the nearest emergency exit and walk as far way from the building....
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