Portrait of Miss Keller with Anne Sullivan and Alexander Graham Bell in a garden. They are simultaneously using three modes of communication: spoken language between Miss Sullivan and Dr. Bell, the manual alphabet between Miss Keller and Dr. Bell, and lip reading between Miss Keller and Miss Sullivan, circa 1894
'The two passengers in the car, male and female, both in late 20s or early 30s, were not harmed, only badly shaken up. They were both in shock but happy to be alive. "The car was not so lucky. All four tyres had been blown and the chassis broken."
'As for the elephant, after giving itself a good scratch, it continued on its way itch-free—oblivious to the destruction it had left behind.'