My ears rang with sirens as the pulled me onto a cart and into an ambulance. Crackling echoed off the homes and streets of my neighborhood and people crowded around the rubble, but the dust in the air kept them from seeing the full picture. The doors slammed shut and we accelerated fast off to a hospital. All I could see were the eyes of the crowd lit with flames as they watched the building collapse. My arms, full of black and red marks, felt as they were still covered in fire, but my eyes stung the worst from the ashes. I tried my hardest to stay awake, but slowly everything faded and became blurry. An oxygen mask was quickly strapped onto my face, but by then my sight was gone and so was the house that had been burnt into dust.