Chapter Nineteen

It was only because of Bo’s dependency on the stability that Oscar provided that the paramedics allowed the smaller man into the back of the ambulance for the ride to the hospital.

The female paramedic climbed into the back with Bo and Oscar, and the male took control over driving the car to the nearest hospital.

Her practices were methodical, and cautious.

“No sirens?” Oscar phrased his request as a question, noting the way that the woman smiled and nodded in confirmation, her expression kind. She turned to the front, repeating it as a command to the man driving the vehicle, he nodded as a reply before shifting the car into drive and pulling away from the curb.

It was a comfort to know that the woman continued to be aware of what should be done in this situation, though it was her job to know. It still came as a reassurance, since Oscar was not sure of exactly what to do in relation to B

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