It wont be in third point of view the entire time, just for now.n
An unknown female was found on a hiking trail in the a mountain range in Vancouver, Canada. Hikers found her and said it looked like she fell from an overhang above them. The female was taken to the nearest hospital immediately. The female was covered in scratches and bruises all over her pale body. As a nurse looked at the patient as the girl was pulled in the doors in a gurney, she observed out loud: “She doesn’t looked dressed to be hiking.” The girl was in cotton shorts and a tank top and she was bare foot. The conclusion was made, this girl wasn’t hiking, she was running away.
The girl was in comatose while she was given proper nutrition. The girl was pale as if she has never seen the sun in years. She was dehydrated and underfed. While this was happening, a nurse and a policeman were looking at missing persons to find this girl.
"We searched her image and found nothing in the Canadian database, so we expanded the search and found a Aoi-" The nurse stopped as she struggled with the name.
"Aoibheann Irwin" Elliot, the policemen assigned to the case corrected her. "Its Irish." He added. (Pronounced eve-een)
"Right. She was reported missing five years ago in Los Angeles, her family lives in Sydney Australia." She read. The girl lying in the hospital bed was pale and sickly skinny, her cheeks were sunken in and there were dark rings around her eyes. Her curly brunette hair was dull and when she came in was filthy. The girl in the missing picture was tan and was smiling largely with perfect white teeth, her long curly hair was in tight ringlets. There was a visible tattoo of three small butterflies on her collar bones. The girl in the picture was definitely the girl on the bed.
Aoibhean’s family was called with the amazing news that there daughter was found and the family responded that they were coming right away, the girls mother even cried over the phone in pure joy.
Aoibhean was visiting her brother after she graduated high school. The boys begged her to go to a club with them and reluctantly, she went. The boys never saw her again. Her older brother, Ashton blamed himself for what happened to his baby sister.
"Poor girl." The nurse said. "She’s only 22. 17 when she was taken." The nurse observed.
The hours went by waiting for her parents, when suddenly her eyes opened. They darted around the room in fear. She sat up abruptly and hissed in pain when the wires tugged on her skin.
"Miss?" The nurse said. "Your in Swedish Medical in Vancouver." The nurse said. The girls eyes remained wide in fear. The nurse went to put a hand on her arm and Aoibhean flinched away from the women.
"My name’s Iris, what’s yours sweetie?" The nurse asked, trying to get the girl to talk.
"I-I don’t know." Aoibhean said in a fragile, quiet voice.