My family and I are going down to Florida for the week. We couldn't wait to get in the ocean because we haven't gone to the beach in 2 years. We ran in the ocean and dove in the waves. She kept going out farther and farther. We told her to come in because the waves were rough so we didn't want her getting hurt. She started screaming because she was starting to drown.
The lifeguards said they couldn't save her because she was out too far and if they went out, they would get hurt. The life guards call a safety ship to rescue Julia but no one is there to answer the phone. They try again 15 minutes later an there was still no answer.
The life guards started to panic because she has bee under 1 hour so far. They didn't know what to do because the people who drive the safety boats weren't answering. It has now been 12 hours since she went down and we are scared to death. We don't know what's going on down there. The safety guard's finally answered but they couldn't get a signal of where she was.
The safety guards tried again. They were being so nice and not at all noisome. They tried to go down to the ocean floor to get a signal of where Julia was, but they kept losing the signal. Thy tried over and over again and still nothing. Everyone got so scared. What if we could never find her again?! What if she was laying dead on the ocean floor.
They tried once more for Julia and they finally got a signal !! They dove to the ocean floor and it took a good amount of time but here Julia was, lying on the ground. They had to rescue her to air as fast as they could, or she could be dead! We brought her to the surface and the safety guards checked to see how she was doing.
We started to panic because Julia was giving us signs of death. The safety guards said they cant make a final decision on if she's dead or not until we get to the hospital and do some tests. When we got to the hospital, they declared Julia dead. We all started bursting in tears, saying to ourselves, how did this happen ! We prayed for her soul to rest easy and we let her go.