Angie felt fear prickle through her. “Where are my parents?” She demanded, standing up and rushing towards the door to the inner ship. The girl yanked on the handle, it wasn’t opening. She used a hand to fan herself, “Okay, they’ll be okay..” Though she seemed cold hearted, her parents were the only people she really had.
Simon looked over the edge of the boat. It was hard to see through the rain, but he could barely make out the shadow of some large rocks. The crew members were so focused on getting the ship stable they couldn't see them. "Mind the rocks!" Simon shouted as loud as he could through the shrieking winds and the onslaught of rain.
Caleb saw what Simon was trying to do. "The rocks, watch out!" he yelled over the wind. But it was too late. With a sickening crack and a rattling impact, the ship began to sink. The force of the ship hitting the rocks had sent all of the unaware crew overboard.
Kylee heard Caleb’s call too late and was thrown backwards. She hit her head on a table and shook her head, trying to clear the pain. She sat up and stared ahead at a falling pole, falling straight towards her. It fell onto her, and she heard the crack of a rib breaking. She groaned she shoved at the pole, but it didn’t budge at all.
Angie shrieked as a heavy sheet of metal came at her leg at a sharp angle. The thing wasn’t heavy, but the cuts it made on her leg were deep. She watched the girl who had dropped her phone into the ocean, and immediately rushed over to her. Though she was usually rude and cruel, she didn’t think that anyone should have a death by ‘heavy metal pole’. With all her might she tried to push the poll off of the girl, “Of we both push, it might work!”
Simon was plunged into the cold water. Luckily he was able to swim. He looked around for anyone who would be able to help him. But it looked like more people needed his help than he needed theirs. He swam over to the two girls he had met before and helped them lift the poll.
Caleb rushed over, helping to lift the pole. Once it was off, he lifted Kylee up and held onto both the ship and her, to keep them from toppling over the edge. "Is everyone okay?" he yelled, as the storm grew even fiercer.