Chapter 70 Why Don’t You Just Die?
Kisa was startled and looked at the bedside instruments in a panic.
The electrocardiogram was flashing a red alarm light. As the nerve-racking alarm sounded, doctors and nurses rushed at once.
Kisa was so anxious that her face turned pale. She asked a doctor, “What’s wrong with Mrs. kooper Sr.?”
Suddenly, a powerful force grabbed her by the wrist. When she looked up, her eyes met Gilbert’s icy, resentful gaze. She did not even know when Gilbert had come over.
“Kelvin, save my grandmother.” With that, Gilbert yanked kisa out of the room and dumped her unceremoniously onto the snow. He hated her to the core. “Why won’t you leave her alone after what Grandma has become?”
“I did not. I did nothing to your grandmother.”
“Grandma’s condition has always been stable. If you hadn’t done something to her, how would the instrument have sounded its alarm?”
His furious roar left her speechless. Kisa shook her head helplessly, as she had done five years ago, unable to defend herself.
“Kisa, why don’t you just die?” Gilbert grabbed her by the collar, causing her face to turn red. Looking at her ugly red face, he wished he could cut her to pieces. “I told you before that Grandma will not wake up. Are you still afraid that she will wake up and expose you? You even went so far to make use of Andrew. What else do you know besides using a child?”
“I didn’t…” Kisa spoke with difficulty but firmly. But no matter how vehemently she denied and argued, it was still useless. After today’s incident, the man would be even more convinced that she was the one who hurt his grandmother.
Seeing his extreme hatred toward her, she suddenly burst out laughing. “Why don’t you ever look into it carefully? Grandma treated me so well. What motive did I have to hurt her?”
“Because you are heartless. You are vicious. You are sinister and vicious to the core.” With that, he threw her to the ground forcefully. “You’d better pray Grandma survives, or I will make sure you die along with her. I mean it this time.”
Kisa fell hard on the snow, her body shaking violently from the cough. And because of the coughing and the icy wind, her internal organs hurt so much that they felt like exploding. She curled up in pain and looked at the man’s back, wanting to laugh, but her rolling tears kept falling down. ‘I did not hurt Grandma. Why does everyone refuse to believe me? Why?’
In the room, Madalyn’s condition liad finally stabilized, and all the medical instruments were showing normal. Gilbert stared at the skinny lady on the bed, his heart filled with sadness. Kelvin put away the stethoscope and said to him, “Don’t worry. Mrs. Kooper Sr. is fine.”
“What just happened?” As his grandmother had never been in such a situation before, he thought it must be the wicked woman who did it.
Kelvin looked at his hate-filled face and sighed. “I think you probably misunderstood that woman this time.”
Gilbert frowned at him.
Kelvin said. “I checked. There are no injuries on Mrs. Kooper Sr., and the instruments are all functioning normally. So she has done nothing to Mrs. Kooper Sr. just now.”
“Then how did the instrument sound the alarm?”
“Maybe Mrs. Kooper Sr. reacted to that woman’s voice, or maybe the instrument malfunctioned.”
Gilbert said nothing, his expression tense. Kelvin remembered he had just seen Gilbert drag Kisa outside, and he could not help but ask,” By the way, where did you bring that woman to just now? I think you can let her stay with Mrs. Kooper Sr. more. If Mrs. Kooper Sr. really reacts to her voice, then she might wake her up.”
“Even if she did nothing to Grandma this time, it doesn’t mean that she didn’t injure her. If she knew there was a chance that Grandma would wake up, she might kill her right away.” Gilbert only said this with a frosty face after a long moment of silence.
Kelvin listened and shook his head. “Alright. I’m not going to say anything good for that woman, either. You can think what you like, as long as you don’t blame me later on.”
Just then, Andrew rushed in. “Daddy, where’s Ma’am? Where did you take her to? Why is there so much blood on the snow outside the door? Where is Ma’am?”