The Proudest Moment of My Life
We had still 15 minutes to spare until the affectionate match we were wailing for to begin. In the mean time we were reminiscing And what moment they were. In about 5 minutes later it was becoming more like a blazing of a sun rather than arctic. We were not more than 100 meters away from the stadium. I could easily see the stadium with my bare eyes. I was peering at the stadium and I saw that amuck of black fumes were arising. I was certainly held by a strong impulse. I couldn’t move an inch after hearing the shout of people inside crying for help.
I was dazed and timid but thanks to my friend he encouraged me and we both rushed in there indecisively. I was perturbed and I could see it on my best friends face too. With the stadium engulfed in the massacre flame we were imprudent and were only looking for survivors around with the risk of our lives on our shoulders. I was sweating like hell and even my shoes were becoming dilapidated. The flames were inevitable once we are ahead of it there was no turning back. I a sudden a piece of wood fell on the leg of my friend obscurely.
The strain on my head was increasing and my friend was whinnying full of pain. I was able to take some survivors out of the stadium. In the mean time my friend was still trapped under that wood and I wasn’t able to lift that piece of wood up. He told me that he can’t feel his leg and it seems like it is broken. He also said “leave me behind and go save yourself bro at least I would be dying like a hero. I caressed on his face and said “there is a lot to see and there is a lot of left in the future”.
A huge massive fire was approaching and I didn’t last long and gave my all and with a determined attempt, I was accomplished in lifting the wood. He piggybacked me and as the fire was behind us and the rescuers outside were giving there all to stop the fire from further increasing. I ran with all energy and it was being very difficult because of the smoke and oily fumes. I was feeling woozy and my heart was beating rapidly. Making out alive seems futile but by hard and rough means we made it.
I fainted as soon as we made outside, last time seeing my friend being dragged into the ambulance with the help of a stretcher. When I opened my eyes I was in hospital and a doctor came inside momentarily and said “you can go there are no serious injuries just needs some rest that’s all. I got up from the bed and went to take a look at my friend as I realized that he was still unconscious on his bed, still being treated. As soon as I went outside there was a whole crowd with ovation and smiling on my bravery and was also given a certificate of bravery as there were tears in my eyes of happiness. Author; Hamza Safdar