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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Student Essay - Plane Crash - by Kwon Tea Hyoung, Year 7, Sayfol International School
Plane Crash - by Kwon Tea Hyoung, Year 7, Sayfol International School
It was a sunny day. I was getting ready for school. My parents told me that two terrorists had announced on the news that they were going to attack Malaysia. My mother told me not to go to school. I told her that I wanted to go. My mother agreed to let me go but she was still worried. I went to school and saw that almost the whole class was absent. I was shocked. We had a free period and were talking to one another. My teacher lent us a laptop to watch the news.
The newscaster was informing the public that two terrorists would arrive in Malaysia in an hour’s time. We were shocked. The newscaster told us that the Malaysian army would do their best to destroy the terrorists’ plane. We were scared. Twenty minutes later, we were still watching the news. The newscaster said that the government had sent a plane to shoot down the terrorists. We were cheering the Malaysian army on.
I wondered if the terrorists would try to destroy KLCC. Our school was quite near KLCC. Forty minutes later, we heard a noisy sound. The army were getting rockets ready to shoot the terrorists’ plane. There were many tanks around. It was our first time seeing a tank so we were surprised. Suddenly, we heard another sound. It was the sound of a plane. We realised that the terrorists had arrived. The soldiers got ready to shoot it. The first shot missed.
The second shot was perfect. The plane exploded in the air. We were happy that the terrorists died. We went home happily. It was my first time watching a rocket being shot. When I got home, I told my parents what I had seen. We continued watching the news.
When the news ended, I slept sweetly and went to school again the next day as if nothing had happened.