“The patient is breathing and has a pulse,” the doctor said know bent down with one knee on the ground.
By this time Lloyd was starting to come around. He opened his eyes, looked around and tried to lift himself up. As he moved only slightly a strong wave of pain came over him and Lloyd gave out a loud groan.
“Just rest easy for a bit, man and let the doctor have a look at you,” Gypsy instructed.
The doctor began his examination of Lloyd. Once he was satisfied that Lloyd had sensation in all his limbs the doctor asked Gypsy and Rick if they could help Lloyd get to his feet.
The effects of the acid that Misty had ingested earlier were starting to manifest. She began to feel very paranoid and disoriented. Misty could not make any sense of what was going on. When she looked at her dad being helped to his feet by Rick and Gypsy she thought that her dad looked like the monster in the book, Frankenstein. Misty had recently been reading this novel and she saw a resemblance to her father probably due to his misshapen nose and the blood all over his tee shirt. Gypsy and Rick appeared to Misty as two ugly gargoyles who were Dr. Frankenstein’s assistants. Misty let out a scream and ran into the bushes behind the main stage.
Slowly getting up onto his feet Lloyd yelled,” What’s wrong with Misty? “
“Where’s she going?”
“She looked very freaked out, said the young doctor. Your daughter may have taken some of the bad acid that was floating around. We saw a lot of bad trips in the first aid tent this afternoon.”
“Rick, Sasha go find Misty!” Lloyd directed. He then watched Gypsy follow Rick and Sasha into the woods.
” You need to stay here, sir. I’ve got to fix up your nose. It’s dislocated,” said the doctor.
Lloyd groaned and said, “I’ve got to find my daughter and help her.”
“Don’t worry about that sir. It looks you have three responsible people looking out for her,” said the doctor trying to reassure Lloyd.
“Yeah, well I don’t know who that other guy is. If he’s the one that gave her the bad acid I’ll kill him,” Lloyd replied.
“We don’t know that sir. I’m sure your daughter will be all right. Once the others find your daughter they can bring her to the first aid tent where I can treat her,” said the young doctor attempting to calm Lloyd down.