NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK

 

 

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Needle In A Haystack

“Frank, this is like looking for a needle in a haystack,” Alfred complained.

“That’s true, but it’s the only thing we have to go on.”

“Yes, and we have very little time to find it before he moves her somewhere else. “

“Hopefully, he did not hear her give us the description of the building’s facade before he destroyed her cell phone,” Alfred remarked.

“So, how many buildings are we talking about in a city this large?”

“Too many, that’s for sure!”

“Wait!”  Frank said.  “She mentioned a terrible odor in the area.”

“What are you thinking, Frank?”

“I’m thinking the building we’ re looking for is near the Johnson Paper Mill!”

“You’re right, Frank!”

“If I recall correctly, there is a small building with an unusual facade just a half mile from the paper mill!  Alfred said.

“Call in for back-up, Alfred.”

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TOGETHER

THE DAILY POST  ….September 17, 2016    …Together

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TOGETHER

It was snowing all day and the roads were slick, so there was little traffic as we made our way to my mom’s house and as I rounded a corner we saw a terrible accident!

A truck had slid on the payment, hit a car causing it to flip over and skid across the road.

The truck continued forward without the least bit of hesitation.

We saw smoke coming from the car’s engine and quickly took action.

My daughter and I raced to the car as fast we could and frantically began to get the people out of the car.

There was a woman and two small children.  We were able to get them out of the car and I carried the two children while my daughter helped the woman. We got them to a safe distance from the car.

A minute later, the car exploded.

Together, my daughter and I were able to save the people’s life.

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