Tarantino shows her driving in this scene to show that she is still has not completed her journey. She first explains what Bill and the Deadly Viper Assassins have done to her (by this time in the movie we know that she once was part of the Deadly Viper Assassins). She tells how they annihilated her wedding rehearsal with intent to kill her and everyone there, and they almost did just that. The last bullet was saved for Bill to end the life of the pregnant bride “Arlene,” but it did not kill her, it put her into a coma. She was in a hospital until one day four years later; Beatrix was awoken by the bite of a mosquito.
She was weak and injured and we needed to get her to a hospital. I gestured to Sam to help me with Ava when a dark shadow loomed behind Sam and clobbered him in the head. Sam rolled down the aisle and lay beside me. I looked up and the figure started to storm towards me. I gently placed Ava in one of the seats, a safe distance away and pulled out my gun.
I chose to write about case number three since I am familiar with crush injuries and the pre-hospital and surgical interventions indicated for them. In the case study, J is a seventeen year old boy that arrives at the emergency department (ED) unconscious after a car accident. He has a concussion with a facial laceration. In addition he sustained a severe crush injury to his left forearm. Upon arriving at the scene emergency medical technicians (EMT’s) would have assessed Mr. J and placed him in a cervical collar before doing anything else.
Picoult continues on this theme of “saving” by using Suzanne as Sara’s crutch, as she makes her coffee each morning and informs her of any missed phone calls. While in the hospital, Sara receives a call from Jesse’s principal informing her of Jesse’s suspension. On the car ride home she notices a bruise on his arm from a needle and assumes he has been using drugs. Jesse angrily explains how he has been donating blood that gave Kate platelets behind the family’s back, in order to “save” his sister. After two weeks in the hospital, Kate developed an infection that placed her in a coma on a respirator, which is “saving” her for the time being.
The trees hugging the path hung over the trail, creating a dark tunnel isolated from reality. Oh man, I hope I don’t come roaring into the scene for no reason. I better not be speeding WAY OVER the limit_, risking the condition of my car for a girl who got dizzy_. My bright lights landed on a crowd of my peers all waving their hands expressing the seriousness of the situation at hand. My confidence rushed back to me as I came to a grinding halt.
The supervisor sees that the child has a deep wound to his forehead and blood is gushing out. Also the child complains that he cannot move his arm. The supervisors priority is to make sure all the other children are away from the area and should call for assistance. An ambulance should be called by one of the free supervisors and also the parent or guardian should be informed. The parent/guardian should be made aware of what has happened and should know what hospital the child is being taken to.
After getting into trouble and standing up to Lisa’s cruelty, Susanna undergoes a dramatic change from being a directionless teen, to a confident knowledgeable woman pursuing her treatment seriously and leaving the institution behind. The film begins with a dramatic scene where Susanna is being pushed onto the bed of an ambulance. Her skin is pale white, she is having cold sweats, throwing up and gagging all at once while the male nurse injects her veins with morphine. The camera then goes in for a close up angle and focuses on Susannas wrists which are wounded with very dark bruises. She tries to get words out of her mouth until she finally whispers to the nurse “you should check my hands, there are no bones in it.” The nurses unstrap her hands from the bed and check them, they look at each other in disbelief.
When I think back to the day my daughter was born, so many different emotions ran through me. One of which was anxiety, that this new person was about to come into my life and I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. I had awakened to my wife telling me we had to go to the hospital, that she had talked to the doctor and he was afraid that she was leaking her abiotic fluid, and that the our baby daughter might be in distress. I had gotten dressed, grabbed her bags, and started out for the hospital. After we had arrived the nurses escorted us up the delivery floor and had strapped my wife into a fetal monitor to check our baby’s status.
I hear a loud explosion and glass is flying at me. Moments later I found myself lying on the grass in the front yard with glass and wood all over my arms and legs. I had no idea of what had just happened, it was still a blur. Then all of a sudden I hear my wife screaming for help so I ran and found her stuck underneath a wooden post that had fallen from the porch. I hurried to lift the post off of her and as soon as I lifted it off, she let go a sigh of relief.
They get into a car accident, putting Paige in a coma. She awakes with no memory of the last few years of her life including her husband, Leo. Leo then tries everything to win back his wife. Sucsy’s The Vow encompasses the same three part structure as Keaton’s The General. The structure is easy to follow.