Five Card Story: The Attack

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The Attack

Once long ago in 1964, August 18th something bad happened to McClellanville Church. In Pakistan it was a nice sunny day and the birds were chirping. For the mornings of the families that went to McClellanville Church. During the morning there was a small plane taken over from the Taliban at a small American base. At a small army base like 100 miles away from where it happened so no one was too worried something bad was going to happen. All of the family members were getting ready for a lovely Church sesion where they always have fun and pray and the kids play games outside and inside. But now back to the plane situation the army was trying to fight back at the base but they still got away. With this bright red airplane with a small American Sticker. The church was going good with all the seats filled and a lovely time until they got a warning about a plane coming their way that was hijacked by the Taliban with 5 people on board. But they ignored the warning because they thought nothing bad could happen. Until the plane Just started getting closer and closer to where the church was located. But something is known about the Taliban that they are never taught to land a plane because they are supposed to sacrifice for their god. Soon as you know it one little kid goes outside and sees a bright plane in the sky. He can't tell if it's coming right down at the church and just going over really slow. So he runs back inside and starts yelling while everybody is praying. So the priests decide to finish the prayer with an Amen. Right after that they pass out food from a little gift from the church. All of a sudden you can hear a sound get closer and closer and Soon as you know it. The plane hit and there were more deaths than injuries on August 18th 1964.

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