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Sanjida Kay quotes: And even then, it might not have been too awful, but his head snapped back and he hit a rock, breaking like a blunt molar from the ground. And even then, it might not have been too awful, but his head snapped back and he hit a rock, breaking like a blunt molar from the ground.
Sanjida Kay quotes: it wasn't until the train went past that she saw the small body lying in the long grass by the side of the wood. it wasn't until the train went past that she saw the small body lying in the long grass by the side of the wood.
Sanjida Kay quotes: There was no sign of her daughter, no sign of a small body crumpled by the railway. There was no sign of her daughter, no sign of a small body crumpled by the railway.
Sanjida Kay quotes: It's as if he's trodden in my footsteps, seen what I've seen, felt what I've felt, as I've criss-crossed the moors countless times. It's as if he's trodden in my footsteps, seen what I've seen, felt what I've felt, as I've criss-crossed the moors countless times.