The Ultimate Surival

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For Mrs. Martin English project.

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  • Brian Robeson was visiting his father in Canada. His parents were divorced. When the pilot of the single-engined plane died of a heart attack, the plane crashed because it ran out of fuel, and it left Brian stranded in the woods.
  • HELP!!
  • Using his hatchet and his prior knowledge of survival, Brian was able to create a fire, make a shelter, and find food to survive. He encountered many animals such as the bear, moose, and the porcupine.
  • Many days have passed and Brian still hadn't been rescued. One day, he heard a roaring sound from the sky. As he looked up, there was a rescue plane. Brian was really happy. But, unfortunately the rescue plane turned around thinking Brian was nowhere to be seen.
  • One day, Brian saw a tornado coming straight toward him. Luckily, he was able to survive. Then, Brian rebuilt his shelter, gathered food, and made fire.
  • I am coming to get you! Better watch out! Ha hahaha!
  • Many days had passed, and it was not until then when Brian saw a survival pack next to the crashed plane. He built a raft, and unlocked all of its contents such as the food packets, a fishhook, and a rifle. He used it as much as he can to survive. He also saw an emergency transmitter to call for help. He tried calling and left it on.
  • It had been 54 days since the day the plane crashed. One day, as he was using the survival pack to eat, a plane roared over and stopped by him. Out came the pilot, (which was actually a Cree fur buyer) and rescued Brian. He saw that the emergency transmitter was on, and knew Brian's location. His parents were happy for him to be alive, and Brian thought they can be together again, but they were still divorced.
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