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No Connection

By CM_Weller All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Drama


Chase: I need you (Sent 1:15PM)

Chase: Like really important (Sent 1:23PM)

Chase: I can see you’re online (Sent 1:27PM)

Chase: Please don’t ignore? (Sent 1:32PM)

Chase: I’m sorry about everything, ever. Promise (Sent 1:36PM)

Chase: Something blew up and I’m stuck in the rubble (Sent 1:37PM)

Chase: For reals (Sent 1:41PM)

Chase: I’m not fooling here (Sent 1:41PM)

[Picture of broken building parts and one half of a leg, wrapped in jeans. The corner of a shoe is visible, as is some blood] (Sent 1:43PM)

Chase: It’s okay. Really. The bleeding stopped and I can breathe (Sent 1:44PM)

Chase: It’s just really cold RN (Sent 1:45PM)

Chase: Using phone to keep warm in small areas (Sent 1:46PM)

Chase: Not working v well :( (Sent 1:47PM)

Chase: Down to 25% batt. Will wait as long as poss b4 trying again (Sent 1:51PM)

Chase: Still here. Singing for something to do. Hope someone hears me (Sent 3:23PM)

Chase: Still alive (Sent 4:28PM)

Chase: No matter what happens, I love you (Sent 5:57PM)

Chase: Where R U? (Sent 6:34PM)

Chase: So quiet here. Can hear some1 else getting messages. Lucky dog (Sent 7:38PM)

Chase: 20% batt. Trying 2 call u (Sent 8:24PM)

Chase: OMG I’m so sorry. It’s your phone I can hear. Pls b alive. Pls pls pls pls pls b alive (Sent 8:31PM)

Chase: I’m so sorry I ever fought w u (Sent 8:32PM)

Chase: U were right NEway (Sent 8:32PM)

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