Personal Narrative: Columbine High School Shooting

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Columbine High School Shooting
I walk to school, the day is April 20th 1999. When I arrive the principle, Frank DeAngelis awaits me and my classmates. It’s around 8:30 and I head to math class. After our teacher Mr. Sanders, was talking and talking until the point I almost fell asleep. It's 10:00 and I look around everyone seems really bored, I was actually pretty bored myself. At 10:59, when class ended I have study hall in the library. I’m sitting at the table finishing up my math homework when I hear some popping noises. My classmates and I look outside to discover what the noises were. Our first thoughts was that someone was doing pop rocks outside the building or something. When we scan the front we see someone on the ground, a girl. To
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I stayed still, not knowing if someone else was inside the library. One of my buddies, Craig Scott stands up and tells everyone to run, get out of the Library. Without delay everyone that is alive and not injured gets out of the library. Me and another one of my buddies, Austin Eubanks help carry an injured student. Not knowing at the time that we were carrying Jennifer Doyle who had an injured hand. When we arrived outside the building and Jennifer said, she saw Austin die. At that moment me and Craig new we had to get her out of here. When we did the police told me to put my hands up, I did and they located me, Austin, and Jennifer behind a squad car. I asked if I could call my parents, the officers told me to just stay put until they could evacuate the people that could be evacuated.

I finally reach my parents, after a couple hours waiting. They come and pick me up, and I tell the about everything. When I go back to school on August 16th, 1999. When I come back for my senior year we take the day of on April 20th, 1999 to remember the people that were hurt or murdered at the Columbine High School Shooting. When we came back most people came together to tell our stories. One about John Savage was far behind scarier than mine. I will never, ever forget that tragic, terrifying