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What happened to the water?!
The author helped me visualize this because the author wrote, "...smoke pouring from beneath a cutting" in paragraph one. Which, as shown above is fire and smoke pouring from underneath.
Please, girls, let me open the door. Please!
The part of the text that helped me visualize this is in paragraph 2, "A foreman ran for the hose on the stairway wall. Nothing! No water came."
The building is indeed fireproof.
The third event is when workers were trying to use the elevator. In passage 3 it says, "Workers on the eighth-floor rang furiously for the two-passenger elevators.
This shows the girls who didn't get to the elevators taking the stairway from the eighth floor.The piece of text that helped me envision this is om paragraph 5, "Whenever someone tried to get it open, someone would pinned her against it. 'All the girls were falling on me and they squeezed me mto the door".
The girls in this cell are jumping off the building? The paragraph that made me envision this is paragraph 10, "A girl clung to the window frame until the flames from the eighteen floor lapped in, burning her face and setting fire to her hair and clothing...'Here they come', onlookers shouted ..."
Here shows Chief Croker inspecting the building to see if it was fireproof. In paragraph 14, "Am hour later, Chief Croker made his inspection...It passed the test. It was fireproof.
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