Help me!


Help me!



this is Roslyn,

the friend I told you about.

Hey Roslyn.

Good to meet you.


So Beth has filled you in

on what we're looking for?

Uh, collating all

the ER records

so they can be

shipped to storage,

then copying policies

and procedures

and the templates

for the QA forms.

So you've done

this before?

Well, the last two ERs

I worked at were closed down.

At this rate there won't be

any emergency rooms left.

Well, in this case

it's the whole hospital.

The building is being torn down

as part of the land redevelopment.

Can I ask you something?

Why do you want to work the night shift?

Well, my husband--

he drives a cab

and he works nights,

so if I work days

then we never get

to see each other.

Besides, you know,

I kind of need the peace and quiet.

I've worked at the ER

the last five years, so...

And you're not worried

about being here alone,

you know, in light of

what's been happening?

God, Jim, are you trying

to scare her off?

Oh no, that's fine really.

It's okay.

Well, I'm sorry about

the state of the E.R.,

but there will be a 24-hour

guard on duty upfront, okay?


Welcome to St. John's.

Thank you.

So once each one's been

labeled and collated,

ust mark the front

of the box like so

and stack them

in the laundry room.

Once we finish all the paperwork,

we'll get to work

on copying procedure forms

and what-have-you.

It's not exactly


but what are you

gonna do?

How long have you

worked here?

I worked lCU at County

and then ER here for two years.

But I don't know,

I never liked this building.

It's too old.

Nothing worked properly.

Beth tells me you were

born at this hospital.

Yeah, I grew up

around here.

Oh, so then your charts

must be buried

somewhere here

in all of this.

Do you want a coffee

or something?

I'm gonna get

a coffee.

No, you know what?

I'd better be getting home.

I normally catch the bus

an hour before you're due on.

I just wanted to wait around

and show you the ropes.

Anyway, if you have

any questions,

Beth said she'd be

stopping by later.

- Okay.

- Okay?


These files are endless.

By the way, one of the psych ward doctors

got the same job as you,

so he'll be up on the fifth floor collating

the psych ward records.

So you're not gonna be

here alone.


I'm gonna get back

to County.

Beth, seriously,

thank you,


Good night.

Um, can l--?

I can't believe they closed down

this hospital as well.

Do you know

that the nearest E.R.

is now over 1 6 miles

from here?

And that place

is swamped.

Health care in this


it's going

to the dogs.

I don't think

you should smoke in here.


Because of

all the sick people?

Uh, I'm just kidding.

It's plastic.

I'm trying to quit.

Is there something I can

help you with, Detective?

We found a woman's body

over on 9th Street.

Another one?

I was just wondering

if maybe you'd heard

or seen anything


You think it's the same guy--

the one that the papers are calling

the Nighthawk

or something?

Well, we don't know.

You know, I never understood that.

Why pretend a serial killer

is some kind of animal

or a comic-book hero?

It's ridiculous.

Well, it's publicity.

"Man Kills Woman"--

it just doesn't cut it

as a headline anymore.

If we want

the media's help,

we need to jazz it up

a little bit.

You know, a lot of women

around here--

they're not wearing

their jewelry anymore.

Why is that?

They don't want

to be next.

They don't want to

encourage him.

Hmm, well,

that's not why

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