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We were on our way to Canada to see the final of our favorite soccer team we were flying over the Rocky Mountains in Montana. Right I could pit my headphone I heard a strange noise I looked out the window and saw that the engine was on fire.
I had passed out when the plane crashed I felt like if someone was dragging me on the ground. It was Andre's that was dragging me he had put me against a tree that ten feet away from the crashed plane.
A few minute had passed and the dizziness from when I had passed out was gone. Me and Jose started searching the plane for supplies while Andre´s and Jaquan were building a shelter using thick tree branches and palm leaves. We found several supplies in the plane we found an axe, flashlight, 9mm pistol loaded,lighter with little amount of gas, and some chocolate bars.
I told my friends we had to sleep early because we had a lot of work to do tomorrow. We were telling each other jokes when we heard a strange noise Andres took the flshlight and pointed outside the shelter when he pinted at it it was a grizzly bear. Right before he could charge at us I took the pistol and shot him twice right between the eyes.
We were woken up by the noises the birds were making . We layed some leaves over the fire so it could make smoke so when a plane or recue team comes by theyll no something is wrong. Two hours had passed and I heard a helicopter close around here then I sa it was a helicopter the helicopter landed in area where there were no trees the pilot said they saw smoke coming out from the trees so decided to take a look and we found you guys.
We were back in Florida and we heard that our favorite team FC Barcelona had won the final. When we heard that we decided to meet at Andreś place because his brother had recorded the game so we sat down and watched the recorded game.
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