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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. The top of the composition contains a building drawn in pencil with red lines projecting from the roof, which likely represents fire. The middle of the composition contains a curving black line, which likely represents a path or hill. A soldier figure with green clothing and a gun stands at either end of the path. A male figure dressed in blue and red, with a wide-brimmed hat, has been drawn near the middle of the composition. This male figure is facing a female figure that has been drawn on the right side of the page. The female figure is dressed in red and yellow, and is holding a small child or toy. She also has a large black object on her head drawn in black ink. At the bottom of the page, between the two soldier figures, is a black helicopter with a single pilot. The back of the page contains the name "Emilio" twice in red ink, although one of them is crossed out.

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