Alex and Lourdes feel worried about what happened to their encounter | A Soldier’s Heart


Time of death, 9:32 PM. Excuse me, ma’am, sir. You aren’t allowed in this area. Check her vitals. Why do innocent people
need to die? Ma’am… Are you okay? They think it’s so easy. People think that… since we have one foot in the grave, we’re used to things like this. But they don’t know… That no matter how many times
you lose someone, it never gets any easier. The pain will always be there. Ma’am, Arguelles’ brother,
Sir Olan… He died saving my life. He’s the reason
I became a soldier. [GUNSHOTS] Give this to my wife. He made me realize that
no matter how hard this job is, it’s still worth it because of every life we save. But these people
shouldn’t have gotten hurt. We shouldn’t have
let them get involved. What’s done is done. It’s how things are. Whether we like it or not, as long as there’s war… …innocent blood
will always be spilled. I’m sorry, but she’s lost
too much blood. Excuse me. Ma’am? What are you doing here? I wanted to comfort you, ma’am. We were both there. We should both
give a statement. I don’t need you. Just because you’ve seen me cry
doesn’t mean we’re close. I know you feel guilty, about what happened, ma’am. I know you’re upset, and you feel that
if we hadn’t met them, this wouldn’t have happened. They wouldn’t have died. I know how you feel… …because that’s exactly
how I feel too, ma’am. We’re soldiers. We always have
each other’s back. I won’t let you grieve
on your own. I’m here for you.

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