from: Luke Meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
to: Jen Miller <email@example.com>
date: 05 October 2— at 17:27
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I know you’re visiting your parents but not sure who else to turn to. Something happened today at the hospital and I really don’t know who to talk to about it.
I got to the hospital a little earlier than Chris and Sarah in the neural mesh team so had to wait around. I went into the ante-chamber of Jonathan’s ICU room to wait for everyone to arrive. The door was open to Jonathan’s room and I could see the military guy talking to a doctor. I sat down to wait. I was on my V-Z going over my notes so wasn’t listening to what they were saying but could hear some words.
Anyway, their conversation finishes up and the military guy and doctor come into the ante-chamber and see me. I stood to say hello and the military guy asks who I am. I tell them I’m from HaptAI’s neural mesh team. Then the doctor tells me to wait in the hallway and that no unauthorized personnel are allowed in the ante-chamber. When have we not waited in the ante-chamber before going in to see Jonathan? They were really off and unfriendly. I had my HaptAI ID on so it’s not like I was some random person.
I’ve been wracking my brain to remember what they were talking about but the only words that I heard were ‘tests’, ‘unusual activity’, and ‘seizures’ – so nothing alarming when you consider what Jonathan has been through and the small risk of the neural mesh connection surgery.
Maybe I’m over-reacting. It was just the look on their faces, like I had broken into Fort Knox.
Hope all is okay with your folks.