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It was 2:30 in the morning when Sherri* awoke, gasping for air, yet unable to fill her lungs.
Scott* felt his heart race faster and faster as he stared helplessly at the cell phone in his shaky, sweating hands. Scott is diabetic and had gone into a hypoglycemic state.
Face-to-face with a massive rattlesnake, all alone and with no cell phone to call for help, Molly* stood terrified.
Leonard*, a disabled veteran, was at home late one night when he was attacked. Although he was stabbed many times, he was able to shoot and kill the intruder.
Mary* sat helplessly in her home as the floods of Hurricane Harvey rose higher and higher up the wheels of her electric wheelchair. She did not have another floor to climb up to, or the resources to leave her home. Continue reading
Susan* was leaving her house one morning when she accidentally put her car into drive instead of reverse. Because she was in her garage, the tap on the accelerator sent her car into her living room, rupturing the water heater and dismantling the breaker box from the wall.
One summer night, Mark* was in a very dark place. He felt lonely, rejected and mentally tired, and he consumed an entire bottle of pain relievers.
In Florida, it’s best to avoid becoming stranded in a pond or lake, since alligators may be lurking in the water. Unfortunately for Darlene*, that was exactly the predicament that she found herself in one afternoon.