False Love Part 3 Essay

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False Love Part 3"Is he okay? Where are you right now?" "I'm at the hospital. Oh Heather I don't know, the doctor said he has a few head injuries, they think he might be going into a coma!" I heard her sobbing, I didn't know what to say I was having a hard time breathing. "Mrs. C listen to me, you have three little girls who need you, please calm down I'll be there in a few minutes." "Okay dear but please do hurry." I hung up the phone and looked around my room."What am I going to do, I can't tell my parents I'm leaving." I looked at my cat who was sleeping on my bed. I stared outside the widow. "I got it, I can sneak out the window!" I looked through the new clothes I bought today and put on a new pair of jeans, and a black shirt. I grabbed my black jacket, and kissed my cat good bye.I stepped outside and ran to my car. I could tell my mom and dad were not sleeping. I looked at my sister's room, her lights were off.I started the car and went straight to the hospital. I got there twenty minutes later.The first person I saw was Nick's dad. "Heather, you're here." I hugged Nick's parents. "How is he?" "We don't know, we haven't seen him yet." "What happened, tell me everything." Nick's dad started talking, "Nick, was driving Tim home, he had already dropped Joe off. Some drunk guy ran a red light and hit the front of Nick's car and caused them to spin into a street light." "Is Tim okay?" "Yes he's fine, he is here right now, he got a few stitches.""Mr. And Mrs. Caltos?" "Yes doctor?" "Your son will be spending the night here, you may see him now." They both walked off. "Is he going to be okay?" I asked the doctor. "You must be the girlfriend."...

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