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By Cathy Pearl
Rose could hear a rumbling sound. She knew what that sound was. It meant that a thunderstorm was coming.
Rose was outside when she heard the thunder. She put her bike in the garage. When you can hear thunder, it means there is lightning. That can be really dangerous. Rose didn't want to get hit by lightning. It could really hurt her.
Before Rose went into the house, she went into the backyard and found her sister. Eve was in the pool. "Come on, Eve," Rose said. "You have to get out of the water."
"Why?" asked Eve. "I'm not done swimming yet."
"I know, but it is thundering. You can't be near water. Lightning likes water. It is not safe," Rose told her.Paragraphs 6 to 15:
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