Hulk Hogan and Mark Dagostino
Adult Nonfiction GV1196.H64 A3 2009
Summary: I was right there leaning on the side of the car with my hands when I finally saw Nick-my only son-folded up like an accordion with his head down by the gas pedal. "Nick!" I yelled. I could see he was alive. He turned his head, stuck his hand out, and gave me a thumbs-up. For a second I was relieved. Then the chaos set in. The sound of engines and sirens. A saw. Paramedics pulling John from the passenger seat. So much blood. I can't even describe to you how panicked I was. The police and firefighters seemed panicked, too ... The firefighters started cutting the side of the car to try to get Nick out, and I was standing right there when I heard my boy screaming, "No, no, no, stop! Stop! You're gonna cut my legs off. Dad! Just unbuckle the seat belt. I can get out!" So I reached in and I pushed the button on his seat belt, and Nick just crawled right out. His wrist was broken. His ribs were cracked. None of that mattered. He was going to be okay. But not John. John wasn't moving. Book jacket.
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