Miracle Recovery Research Paper

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Miracle Recovery December 15, 2006, a family decided to rent out a cabin in Big Bear for the weekend to have a blast not knowing what one of the family members had coming for them. Everyone had been so excited and had been looking forward to this trip for weeks. Finally when the day came and everyone arrived to Big Bear, the family was so eager about going out to play in the snow because they had never seen it before; so they decided to go out that very same day and find a spot they thought was open and safe. Unfortunately, after the first 30 minutes, one of them had an accident playing in the snow and had to be rushed to the emergency room by the paramedics. Everyone was so frightened; they did not know how bad the accident was. The day…show more content…
She tried to stop but the snow was slippery and was going too fast to react, next thing you know she hit a sharp tree trunk and injured her lower back and was unable to move. She lay still not wanting to move to avoid any more pain asking the adults to stop everyone from sliding down because she was afraid someone would crash into her. The adults right away rushed to the bottom to help her out but when they tried to move her, she yelled from the top of her lungs bursting out in tears asking them to not move her. Everyone at that point was very afraid and did not know what to do to help her. They did not have their cell phone on them and had no idea where they were located or where the nearest hospital was located. Luckily a family had just arrived; they lend them their phone to call the paramedics, while the young girl’s uncle ran out to the roads to try and get a street name for the paramedics to locate them. Finally they arrived and asked the young girl to wiggle her toes and asked if she was able to feel her legs, but she was unable to. The paramedics all looked at each other knowing it was not a good sign and she was seriously injured. They were afraid to pick her up and injure her more, but they had no choice but to. All five of them picked her up all at once, strapping her down on a spin board to prevent any movement. Cynthia shut her eyes and…show more content…
There aren’t many people who are as strong as her to push their selves to overcome their struggles. Not only did she learn a lesson, but so did all her loved ones. They became more united as a family. Anything is possible when you give it your all and don’t give your hopes up. Also, the positive things she’s done going out her way after her recovery, talking to others about her experience and how she was able to get on her feet is an awesome thing she did. It helps people with situations she was in at the beginning to want to try and
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