Ally feeling worse and worse. She decides to sleep it off and see how it feels in the morning.
She wakes up and suddenly cannot move her back. She now realises that push was worse than she thought. She tries to sit up, but she is in more pain than she has ever been in. Ally yells to her mum. “Mum! I can’t move. MUM!” Ally’s mum comes running into her room. “Honey what’s going on? Is everything alright?” Ally then tells her mum the story “I’m so sorry mum I should have told you” “Honey,it’s ok. I’m calling the ambulance now to make sure everything is okay.” Ally’s mum walks out of the room on the phone.
Not long after, Ally hears a knock on the door. It’s the doctors. They run upstairs into Ally’s room to see what’s wrong. 2 women and 1 man enters Ally’s room. The expression they show is very subtle because they don’t want Ally to stress out. Ally tells them what happened, and they pick her up and put her in the ambulance. They think this needs to be treated at the hospital.
Soon after they leave, Ally’s mum calls Georgia to tell her what’s going on and that Ally will not be going to school. Georgia was devastated to hear what happened to her best friend. Georgia is thinking about Ally all day. She gets to her last class and before the end of the day. It is maths. With the girl who snapped at Ally causing her to belying in a hospital bed. Georgia walks in the room with more guilt than she’sever had. She wants to sit as far away as she could to the girl that hurt her friend but unfortunately the only seat left it in front of the year 8 girl.
The bells go for the end of the day and all Georgia could think about was visiting her best friend in hospital and hear what is going on. Before she could get out of the classroom the year 8 girl starts standing in Georgia’s way. Georgia dodged left. . . right. . . centre. There was nowhere for her to go. Everywhere she tries to move the girl was blocking her way. Georgia says to her “Excuse me, the bell has gone, and I need to get home.”
The girl moves out of her way. She starts walking for her freedom but gets dragged to the floor. The girl grabs onto her bag and throws it to the floor, pulling Georgia down with her. She hears a crack and knows something didn’t go right.The year 8 girls sprint out of the classroom away from Georgia. Georgia bursts into tears. She has never felt more pain than now. The teacher runs over to make sure she’s okay. “I cannot move my leg” cries Georgia The school nurse comes but can’t notice what’s wrong. The school nurse calls Georgia’s mum and she rushes to the school. She gets driven to the hospital.