Heres part Three. Hope you like it
“I......My mum....” I couldn’t even speak anymore. Jack, the chief of police, ran over putting his hands on my shoulders. “Your house Heidi?” I managed to nod. We got into his vehicle and drove full speed to my house. “The paramedics’ are coming too. That’s what you wanted right?” I nodded tears still spilling over. “Heidi, it will be ok. I promise.” Reaching my garden I heard one of the paramedics’ let out a low whistle which just made me cry harder. “Go wait in the kitchen” Jack said pushing me in that direction. I saw Ben get pulled past the door in a stretcher. Oh god. Now I was responsible for Ben being injured. “I’m sorry Heidi. I couldn’t keep her down for long. But they have her chained up outside.” “Ben, it’s not your fault. You tried. What did she do to you?” “Stabbed me in the arm. It’s not as serious as it looks.” I muffled a cry. Why did I have such an awful life? “I‘m a good person” I said out loud. “Hey, Heidi. Your mum will be ok don’t worry.” I nodded. There was everything in my life to worry about. One I saw my brother dead, two my dad died when I was six, and three my mum and Ben were both badly injured and losing a lot of blood. So really I had lots wrong with my life. Where would I go while my mum was in hospital? I couldn’t stay with Ben. And as far as I knew I didn’t have any relatives that hadn’t passed away. Jack stood in the door way. “Are you coming up to the hospital with us Heidi?” I nodded. In the car Jack told me he would stay at my house with me this evening unless I wanted to stay in the hospital with my mum and Ben. I told him I didn’t know where I wanted to stay yet, but I was actually hatching myself a plan. I had to wait until the nurse called me in to see her. She looked awful. Pale and fragile. “Mum?” I whispered quietly. “She’s asleep Heidi. Let her sleep. She exhausted” I jumped at the sound of the soft voice behind me. I turned around to face a beautiful blonde haired doctor, with the strangest golden coloured eyes I had ever seen. “I’m Dr.Cullen. I’ll be looking after your mum while she’s here.” He was smiling. I didn’t really think this was a time to be smiling but I guess he was a doctor; he was ment to be assuring me that everything would be ok, even if it wasn’t. At that minute the piece of machinery monitoring the heart stopped, and everyone took immediate action. “Heidi, go wait outside” Dr.Cullen said calmly. “Don’t worry everything will be ok.” I reached the hall, my legs felt like jelly under me. Before I knew it I fell to the ground and everything went black.