Saving 80,000 Gold in an Another World for Retirement - Chapter 310
“Excuse me, we have an emergency! One critical and one with a missing left arm!” (Mitsuha)
I shouted this out loud at the emergency reception entrance. Behind me were the captain and two sets of personnel carrying the stretchers.
……Yeah, it’s that shady hospital.
Just recently, Colette-chan was discharged from this hospital……
I could have gone to another hospital, but I chose the same hospital because there was no need to spread the information around and no need for unnecessary explanations.
Then, the doctor, who at first glance realized that the injured people were really in bad shape, not exaggerating, yelled loudly, transferred one to a gurney, and rushed the unconscious person to the operating room…
The person with the missing left arm was not in a life-threatening condition, and if there was a shredded area, they could probably do some kind of joint surgery. However, if there wasn’t, there’s nothing they can do but treat the wound.
Still, disinfection, suturing of wounds, and IV anti-inflammatory drugs would be necessary, but that’s not a matter of a minute to a second.
If this was right after his arm was severed, it would be a different story, but it’s already been about 5-6 hours…
Oh, another gurney came and the person with a missing left arm was also carried away.
……As expected, no one was left out…….
“Captain, please wait here for a minute. Don’t say anything to the hospital staff or anyone else until I get back. Tell them that the person in charge will be back soon and that you were only asked to carry the patients and knew nothing about it.” (Mitsuha)
“Yeah, sure.” (Captain)
Yep, that’s what I’d expect from a soldier, he handles himself well in an emergency situation!
All right, transfer!
“…So, I need you to attend to a patient who may be unable to communicate and anxious…” (Mitsuha)
“…So, the same script as before.” (Mitsuha)
“Thank you for waiting. I’ll send you back to your home base.” (Mitsuha)
“Eh? That’s all you’ve got for us this time?” (Captain)
“I told you, Captain, it wasn’t worth the trouble! I have to talk to the hospital staff, so I’ll have to go. Even if you stay here, I have nothing else for the Wolf Fang at the moment.” (Mitsuha)
There’s nothing I can do even if you look downright disappointed.
“Continuous transfer!” (Mitsuha)
I sent the five of them to Wolf Fang’s home base and I returned in a mere millisecond.
Then, I got a phone call on my smartphone.
The other party, of course, is my usual contact.
……Yes, that’s the contact in this country for the “Otherworld Conference (ISECON)”.
To be carrying injured people like that, of course, they will call the police.
So I’ll have to ask them to deal with it again.
This is one of the reasons why I chose this location, it’s a combat-proof and easy-to-talk place.
……And the person in charge, who had been extremely discouraged when we forced Colette-chan’s discharge, was in a great mood and exclaimed, “I’ll be right there!” I was a little annoyed when he shouted.
“Welcome, it’s nice to see you again!!”
I was kinda pissed off when the hospital director came to greet me with a big smile on his face…
I asked Colette-chan to stick to the one who had yet regained consciousness but was in a non-life-threatening condition thanks to the blood transfusions and IVs.
I don’t know when he will regain consciousness, and if he finds himself surrounded by strangers who don’t speak his language when he comes to, the anxiety and confusion will be too much for his injuries.
And if they knew that the only chaperone who could understand their language was Her Royal Highness the Princess, he might die of shock.
I know I’m already numb to it, but for a commoner to talk to the princess would be an unforgivable act that would result in beheading……
So I told the person with the missing left arm, who was now in a position to speak, ‘They want to practice as an interpreter to help them study the language here’. I also said, ‘Don’t worry about the fact that it’s Her Highness the Princess, but please help her with her studies’, and stuck Sabine-chan on him.
Of course, I’ll be there, but I also have to talk to the hospital people and the agents, so I have a lot of other things to do.
Ah, I forgot.
I teleported to Japan and called McCoy-san.
No, I could have done it from the hospital, but I thought it would be more expensive to make an international call, especially from the other side of the world…
The content of the call was to consult the 4 trauma patients and some minor injuries, and I asked him to bring disinfectant, medicines, pain relievers, etc., and to leave work on time.
I also made sure to tell him about the explosion and that the seriously injured had already been transported to a hospital on Earth. I thought such information was necessary for the selection of medicine.
McCoy-san is an internist, but that doesn’t mean he can’t treat simple injuries.
Besides, it’s not a full-fledged treatment, just making sure that there are no unexpected injuries that were overlooked, such as a wound that they thought was just a bruise, but was actually a fracture. Or something that will leave permanent damage if left untreated. If there is still a problem, we will come up with a new countermeasure later.
Then, I went back to the hospital.
After the explanations and exchanges at the hospital, the two injured people were placed in the same room.
It was a four-person room, but only two patients were there.
It would be more convenient for counterintelligence, Colette-chan and Sabine-chan could stay together or even take turns.
It would be reassuring for the two injured to be with their friends, and it would be less boring for them to have someone to talk to.
……Anyway, no matter what they ask, the people here don’t understand the language anyway, and there won’t be a problem if they find out.
It’s unlikely that someone from a country whose civilization was behind the times would gain anything from discussing agriculture, fishing, and gunpowder manufacturing techniques.
Now you’ve managed to get a break……
It was unfortunate that the accident happened, but we were lucky that no one was killed.
I feel sorry for the one who lost an arm, but in such a world, it wasn’t uncommon for people to lose their limbs due to accidents, wars, gangrene, and so on. Count Bozes was a man of character, so he will probably keep him employed by assigning him to a position where he can work with one arm. It’s a public work accident, you know.
The rewards and compensation for the dangerous work he has done for the Boses’ territory and the country must be given properly.
There were plenty of places that use the head more than the left arm, or work that could be done with one arm such as; paperwork, inspection, work management, and so on… Especially in the Boses’ territory, which was undergoing explosive growth, it would not hurt to have a number of people who could be trusted with the management.
……No, wait, when I say ‘explosive’, I don’t mean the gunpowder explosion!
Oh, what about a prosthetic arm?
Just being able to hold down documents or grabbing light things would probably help a lot.
It will not put pressure on the current industries in the other world and will not be used for war.
They used to be expensive, but now you can get a fashionable and super cool myoelectric prosthetic bionic hand at a reasonable price.
There is nothing strange about people with poor eyesight wearing glasses. In fact, stylish glasses are often cool.
Then why not have someone with a missing arm wear prosthetics? And a super cool one at that?
That man’s forearm was amputated, so he would have a forearm prosthesis instead of a whole arm.
Alright, let’s do some research.
Once I am gone, he may not be able to maintain or repair them, but until then, I want to make them as less inconvenient as possible.
Oh right, I have to see Count Bozes and hear what he has to say……
And, to investigate the cause of the accident, measures to prevent a recurrence, and much more…
There were six people admitted to the clinic, but there were probably many more who were injured but not enough to be hospitalized. We need to gather those people as well before I bring McCoy-san……
In the development of weapons and arms, especially in the area of explosives, fatal accidents were an everyday occurrence even on Earth back in the day.
I don’t want to make anyone unhappy as much as possible with things related to me…
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