141. In a fuss, he found only an axe; saw, hammer and a pair of scissors were available in the kit.
142. Gripping the handle, he slammed the door behind and plunged into water, with the saw bonded on his wrist.
143. In order to stop bleeding, he tripped off his cotton cloth shirt instantly, tore a clean rag and then wrapped his injured ankle.
144. Sprays endlessly slammed on the waterproof window, and the glasses smashed with a harsh noise.
145. The tidy and orderly cabin altered into chaos (mess).
146. Water splashed (spilled) over the floor; a mass of cassettes, CD and notebooks were thrown out from drawer.
147. His wool sweater, cute doll and guitar had been submerged in water.
148. On numerous occasions, he couldn’t keep stability, was thrown to the wall and bounced back with tremendous pain.
149. For strained nerve, gradually, he became tired and practically impatient to resist the raged sea.
150. In order to get help from other ships, he fastened the loosen storage battery and switched on the electric pump.