Dr. Frank raised a hand to push the door, but before he could reach the door handle, it slid open and William came hurrying out of his office.
“Sir, I’ve got the files on Mrs. Eulich’s medical report—the one you asked for.” Frank said, scanning through the multiple files which he held in his hands, searching for Eulich’s medical report.
“Good.” William remarked, hurrying past him. “Leave it on my desk. I’ll go through it as soon as I get back.”
“… and one more thing, sir.”
He stopped in his tracks. “What’s that?”
“The mayor…” Frank said, “He’s asked to see you.”
“We’d have to reschedule that meeting until when I get back. I have to pick up my daughter from the hospital. She’s been waiting all day for me. And if I don’t make it back on time, then we’ll have to shift the meeting to tomorrow.” William hurried out of the building.
Kevin sat on the bed, frozen in fear.
A man wearing a mask just took my daughter from the hospital.