3. Things will change
Tyler opened up the door of his truck and I slid into the passenger side and Tyler slid in next to me. He shook his head like he was a dog. I moved away from him as the water from his hair landed on my face. I laughed and ran my hand through his wet hair, making it stand up. Tyler turned the truck on and turned on the heat. He put the truck into gear and pulled out of the parking lot. He intertwined his right hand into mine. I rested my head on his shoulder as he turned down roads.
We turned down the road I lived on and I could see my house just down the road. Tyler looked down at me as he was driving. He didn't even realize he ran a stop sign. The truck seemed to roll in slow motion as the other car slammed right into the drivers side. I could feel the seat belt bruising my collar bone. I heard Tyler call out in pain right before the truck stopped moving. Then I blacked out.
I woke up later in an unknown room. The walls were a pale green color and the only furniture in the room was a small dark green chair and the bed which I was in. I tried to move but felt a sharp pain in my chest. I groaned as I laid back down in pain. Just then the large wood door to the room opened. A younger looking lady, maybe 25, walked into my room. She wore scrubs with little Mickey Mouse heads on them. She looked at her clip board and then looked up at me and smiled.
"I'm glad to see your awake," she said.
"What happened?" I asked as I tried to move my arm but realized I had a dark purple cast on my arm.
"You were in a car accident. You have been past out for about a day," the lady said. "Are you in any pain?" she asked. I nodded a bit. She wrote something down on the clip board then then looked back up. "I'll be right back with the doctor," she said. I nodded but then realized something.
"Wait," I quickly said making the nurse stop before she could walk out. She turned around and smiled at me, I could tell she was a bit annoyed. "The boy I was with when I was in the accident. Is he ok?" I asked. The lady looked down at the ground.
"I'm sorry to tell you, but he died shortly after he arrived here," she said. "His injuries were more substantial than yours and he had lost a lot of blood," the nurse said. I nodded and she walked out. I looked down at the pale blue sheet that was spread across me. Tears started to well up in my eyes. Soon I couldn't even see. And I just let the tears fall.