Chapter 426 He may not be able to stand up

Ming seemed surprised by my decision.

He looked at me and froze. At last he smiled softly and said, “go ahead. I know I can’t keep you.”

I bowed slightly. “Thank you.”

I turned and left.

I didn’t look at Ming anymore.

I didn’t hate him, but I couldn’t forgive what he did.

I went to the door of the emergency room and saw that the light in it was still on.

I sat there and thought about what had happened and was afraid. If Sean died…

It may be hard for me to survive.

But I wouldn’t die. I would raise Lester and then go to accompany Sean.

I didn’t know how long I had been sitting outside. Later I was so tired that I leaned against the wall and fell asleep.

I didn’t open my eyes again until I heard a sound around me.

A gray coat slipped off me.

I took a look at the familiar coat on my body, and soon I knew who its owner was.

I turned around. Several doctors and nurses were pushing a bed.

I walked over and saw Sean lying on the bed. I was a little nervous. “How is he?”

The doctor looked at me and his eyes were strange, “are you his wife?”

“Yes, I am.”

I admitted it.

I didn’t think if I denied it, the doctor would tell me about Sean’s real condition.

The doctor listened and regretted, “he was sent here too late. He may not be able to stand up in the future.”


I was shocked!

What did he mean?

Sean was going to be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life?

How was that possible?

I immediately caught up with the doctor. “Are you kidding me? How could he not stand up?”

“It may be temporary or permanent. We have to see if we can operate on him after he recovers.” The doctor looked sorry. When the bed was pushed to an elevator, the doctor stopped me and said, “we have to check him. You go back first. I’ll let you know when he’s transferred to the ward tomorrow.”

I stood in front of the elevator and I was at a loss.

Sean couldn’t stand up?

He was proud. If he knew it, he would be greatly stimulated, and he would not accept it.

I took a look at my watch. It was two o’clock in the middle of the night.

Tomorrow morning, people from Jessop Family were sure to come. I looked terrible now. I had to go back and wash.

Fortunately, when I went down the mountain, I carried my bag for the convenience of carrying my mobile phone.

When I got home by taxi, I did nothing and fell asleep in bed.

I was really tired today. I had exhausted all my strength to get Sean in the range of signals.

When I woke up again, it was 9 a.m.

Yesterday, I asked Linda for leave because I expected to spend the night there.

But I was still flustered to see it!

I forgot to tell the doctor yesterday not to tell him about it for the time being. If he knew about it, he would not be able to stand it.

What if Sean woke up!

I washed my face and didn’t have time to make up. I changed clothes and hurried to the hospital!

But when I got to the front desk and asked about Sean, the nurse looked it up in the computer and shook her head. “This man transferred to another hospital today.”

“Where has he gone?”

I was stunned!

The nurse still shook her head. “It’s encrypted. I can’t read it.”


Transfer information should be public. Someone specifically concealed this information from me.

After all, Jessop Family couldn’t hide it from Ming. Ming could easily know anything he wanted to know.

How did I know where Sean was?

When I was at a loss, a white card was placed next to me by a beautiful hand, and then I heard the gentle voice of Ming coming from behind me, “here.”

I saw an address on the card.

I looked back at Ming and my mood was a little complicated.

He was smiling. I could only choose to believe him.

I picked up the card and whispered, “thank you.”

Then I turned and left.

I went to the address on the card. I found that Jessop Family transferred Sean to the Affiliated Hospital of York Medical University.

Karen also belonged to the hospital.

I realized it and was relieved. After all, Karen was Sean’s friend. Sean believed in her, and I naturally believed in her.

I asked the nurse and got Sean’s room number.

I went to the inpatient department. I took the elevator to the 29th floor. I came out and looked at the first room. I could see the layout of the room clearly through the glass on the door.

This was an affiliated hospital after all. It was different from Sacred Heart Hospital. Sacred Heart Hospital was for the rich, so the superior room was naturally a large and good suite.

This was the senior ward area, but the ward was just a simple single room. It was very small and could only put a bed and a small sofa for two people inside.

I searched according to the bed number that the nurse gave me. I saw the door of a ward in front of me open and a middle-aged woman came out of it.

It was Monica.

Monica looked up and saw me. Her sad look immediately worsened.

She took a look in the ward, then she walked quickly to me and took my arm.

I didn’t resist.

She took me to the elevator and said, “Becky, I know you saved Sean this time, but he went up the mountain for you. You have caused this disaster!”

“Auntie, I…”

“Stop.” Monica interrupted me. “I’ve heard that you and Sean were born against each other. If Sean is with you, he will have an accident. At that time, I didn’t pay attention to it. Now it seems that it’s true!”

Monica stood there and said.


I didn’t expect to hear that in the 21st century.

But Monica said it, and I could see from her expression that she believed it.

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