Cherrys description of what happened states “Sheldon and his friends were driving around town at about 3-4am, while they were drunk, and saw Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade walking in Central Park. Sheldon was angry at them for watching a movie with me and wen...
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...tly on the ground through a small window. When all of the kids were saved, the roof caved in while Johnny was still left in the church the roof caved in and later fell on Johnny’s back Ponyboys’ arm was on fire and that’s when one of the other heroes, Dallas Winston, came to help but he was far too late and one was seriously injured
Dallas dragged Curtis out through the window and started hitting his arm since it was on fire. Then, there was a loud scream from the church and Winston jumped into the church to get Johnny out of the building.
Luckily, all of the children were saved by the time the church was totally burned down. Ponyboy Johnny and Dallas were taken to the hospital. Ponyboy was released after a few hours and Dallas has a badly burned arm. However, Cade is in a critical condition. He has a burned back from when the roof caved in and he is paralyzed
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