Gil walks out of the DNA lab and flips his cellphone open. Then Gil puts the cellphone up to his right ear. “What wrong Bethany?” “Grissom can you come over here, I think Sara needs to go to the ER, because she is having a hard time breathing?” “Yes Bethany’s, I am on my way to Sara and your apartment right now.” “Thanks Grissom.” Gil runs down the hallway to his office and grabs his car keys off his desk. He then runs out of the lab and all the way to his car. Once at his car Gil Grissom unlocks his Sky-blue Ford Focus and opens the drive side door. He then gets into the car and puts his key into the ignition and turns his car on. Fifteen minute later, Gil Grissom is turning into the parking lot of Sara’s apartment building. Grissom’s parks the car in the free parking space by the door of the building that Sara live in, then he turns the car off and unbuckle his seat belt. Grissom gets out of his car and locks the door up really fast. Gil then runs into the building and up the five flights of stairs. Once he reaches the fifth floor Gil Grissom run up to Sara’s apartment door and start knocking on the door. He is about to knock again when Bethany open up the door and let him into the apartment. Bethany then points to Sara who is setting in the big comfortable chair next to the couch. Gil runs over to Sara and kneels down in front of her, Sara eyes open up when she feels Gil right hand on her forehead. Sara looks at Gil and then starts coughing into her right elbow. “Gil Grissom what is wrong with Sara?” “I am not sure, but I going to take Sara to the ER at Desert Palm Hospital. Go get me Sara’s coat, shoe and her purse, then go get you shoe and coat on!” “Ok.” Bethany runs into Sara’s bedroom and grabs her purse, shoe and her coat. Bethany then runs back over to Sara and Gil and sets Sara coat and purse on the couch and hand Gil Sara shoes. Bethany then runs over to the closet door by the apartment door and gets her coat out of the closet and then puts her coat on. Bethany then puts her pink tennis shoe on her left feet and Gil is helping Sara up from the chair. Once Sara has stands up Gil helps Sara put her coat on and then Gil hand Sara’s her purse. Then Gil wraps his left arm around her waist and help Sara toward the door. Bethany opens the door and let Gil and Sara out first, then follows Sara and Gil out and locks up the apartment. Then Sara, Gil and Bethany walk over to the elevator and Bethany push the down button and the three of them wait for the doors to open. When the elevator door open Gil helps Sara inside and then Bethany walks into the elevator. Bethany hit the main floor button and the elevator doors close. A few minutes later Sara is sitting on the passenger’s seat of Gil car and Bethany is sitting on the back seat. Gil is behind the wheel and is driving toward the hospital. The drive to the hospitals takes several minutes and by the time Gil pulls his car up to the ER doors’ Sara is really gasp for air. Gil puts his car into the park position and then shut it off. He gets out of the car and runs over to the passenger’s side of the car and opens the passenger’s door up. He then lifts Sara up and carriers her through the ER doors, Bethany grabs Sara’s purse. Then locks the doors of the car and closes all off the car doors. Then Bethany follows Gil and Sara into the ER, at the same time a nurse comes running over to Gil and Sara and points to the door leading from the wait room to the ER. The four of them walk into the ER and Gil lays Sara down on the bed in cubicle two. The nurse make Gil steps back and she pulls the curtain around the cubicle so only Bethany, Sara and herself (nurse) are in cubicle two area and Gil is standing outside of cubicle two. Then Bethany helps the nurse get Sara into a hospital gown. After Sara is in a hospital gown, the nurse pulls the curtain back and Gil walks over to Bethany and put his hands on the Bethany shoulders. Grissom then looks at Sara, who is now laying on the hospital bed. “I am Nurse Day and a doctor will be back soon to see Sara, but for now I am going to put a nasal cannula on Sara to give her some oxygen.” The nurse puts the nasal cannula into Sara’s nose and puts the tubes behind Sara ears. Nurse Day then turns on the oxygen. Nurse day grabs the ear thermometer and puts the thermometer into Sara left ear. When the thermometer beeps thirty seconds later the nurse write Sara temperance on her chart. “Is Sara going to be ok Gil?” “I am sure that Sara will be fine?” “Coughing, Bethany stop worry I will be fine.” At the same time a young female doctor with long blonde hair and blue eyes walks over to Gil, Bethany and Sara. Nurse Day hands the young female doctor Sara chart and the doctor walks over Sara bed sides and takes a look at Sara’s chart. At the same time Nurse Day walks toward the doors leading to the waiting room. Dr. Cross looks up from reading the chart and then looks at Sara, Gil and Bethany. “I am Dr. Cross, I see that the nurse wrote down that you have a fever of 104.9 degrees Fahrenheit and that you are having problem breathing? “Yes, coughing” “My name is Gil Grissom and I am Sara’s friend and also her supervise at work. Dr. Cross, I can tell you Sara tonsils are swelling, along with her lymph-nodes and she also has white spots on her tonsils. Also Sara throat is very red and she is congested too.” “Ok, thank you for let me know that Gil Grissom. Now Sara can you open your mouth, so I can take a look at your throat?” “(Sound very hoarse) sure” Sara opens her mouth and Dr. Cross shines her penlight into Sara’s mouth. Doctor Cross takes a look at Sara’s throat and also looks at Sara tonsils. After a few minutes of looking at Sara’s throat the doctor turns her penlight off and put the penlight away. Dr. Cross then feels Sara’s throat with her hands to check Sara lymph nodes. “Sara did you get tonsillitis a lot in your childhood, adolescent years and do you still get tonsillitis a lot?” “Coughing as a child, adolescent and during college my tonsils would be inflamed from September to May, but it slowed down a little since I finish college and starting working as a CSI.” “Since you start working as a CSI how often do you have to go on medicine for tonsillitis during the year?” “At lest two or three times a year.” “Did any of your doctors in your childhood, adolescent or now as an adult let you that your tonsils needed to come out?” Yes, all the time growing up and every time I go see my doctor for tonsillitis as an adult.” “Why did you never have your tonsil out?” “My parent could not afford to when I was grown up and I could not afford to get my tonsil out in college and now I do not like to miss work.” “You no longer have a choice in the matter, because your tonsils are too inflamed and it looks like the Erythromycin that you are currently taking for tonsillitis is not working this time, so I am going to taking you to one of the operating rooms for an emergency tonsillectomy.” “Can’t you give me a strong medication coughing and sent me home?” “Not this time. Sara!” “Fine!” At the same time two nurses walk up to Dr. Cross, Sara, Bethany and Gil. Then the nurses start pushing Sara’s bed toward the doors that says hospital staffs and patients only beyond this point. At the same time Dr. Cross show Gil and Bethany to the waiting room for emergency surgery and then Dr. Cross doctor head to the operating room.