Dana, is she ok? The paramedics haven't brought her in yet, bu...
Patient: Dana, is she ok?
Cristina: The paramedics haven't brought her in yet, but as soon as they do I'll let you know. Do you have any ah, family we can contact?
Patient: They're not here. Dana and I were supposed to fly there tomorrow. It's D-Day.
Cristina: it's what?
Patient: It's what Dana calls it. My parents don't have the money to let me stay, i have to go back. We both knew D-Day was coming. I tried to break up with her to make it easier. I switched classes every semester so that we didn't have any together. But, it didn't matter. I couldn't stay away. When you love someone, you know, love is love. It doesn't matter that you're not supposed to be together.
Owen: (walks in) How's he doing?
Cristina: Ah, he's starting to stabilize.
Owen: Good. Looks like he's ready for CT.
Patient: I think, maybe she got out in time. Maybe she's not hurt that bad. Because, when I turned around she wasn't there. She was not there anymore (crying).