Alex Taylor was a…she was a…she was a pain the ass. I never met anyone as stubborn as her, you couldn’t tell her anything. Just this morning Doc told me that him and Lieutenant Johnson told her to get off that car like ten times, ten times and she wouldn’t do it. I remember hearing…but I remember hearing her answer when they told her to get off. She said that…the woman that she was with…was afraid. Not that she was hurt badly or dying but just, afraid. Can you imagine, risking your life so that another person isn’t scared? I don’t think I’ll ever be capable of that kind of sacrifice but, I’m going to spend whatever time I have left trying to live up to that. Mrs Taylor, I was with your daughter at the end. I held her hand. There was only one thing on her mind. You. She wanted me to tell you that it didn’t hurt. That’s all she wanted was for you to know. Her last thoughts were not of herself. She wanted to go out on her own terms. She wanted to leave a message and noone was going to stop her from doing that. Like I said she was the most stubborn person I ever met. Tell my mother it didn’t hurt. Maybe not for you Alex. Maybe not for you.