The Surgeon’s Studio - Chapter 665
Feng Xuhui was a little scared. After the earthquake, when he came to his senses, the railway and air transportation were all restricted so he could only drive into the river.
It was his first time driving on a winding mountain road and it was terrifying. There were two lanes and countless bends. Next to them was a bottomless abyss. If he was not careful, he would lose his life there.
However, Feng Xuhui still gritted his teeth and drove carefully, moving forward with determination.
He came alone like a headless fly.
Ever since Zheng Ren inexplicably ‘disappeared’ from Sea City General Hospital, he had been in this state.
The head office did not give him any pressure nor did they lower their attention to him because of Zheng Ren’s disappearance.
However, Zheng Ren’s ‘thigh’ was now not in front of him. Feng Xuhui always felt a little dazed and scared.
Twice, when he received the news and knew that Zheng Ren had returned to the Imperial Capital, he was elated and prepared to welcome the return of his lifeline.
However, he failed twice. Zheng Ren came in a hurry and left in the same manner. He could not even see his shadow.
For the last time, he originally wanted to invite Chief Zheng out for dinner after the surgery. It could be considered a welcome.
However, a sudden earthquake shattered his plan.
The moment he heard the news of the earthquake, Feng Xuhui had an impulse. He forgot about everything and could only think of one thing—he had to leave.
He did not know what he could do if he went. Anyway, his internal instincts made the impulsive decision for him. He wanted to say hello to Chief Zheng and tell him that he would leave for some time to go to the frontlines to see if there was anything he could do.
However, when he got the news from Chang Yue… Chief Zheng went directly to the frontline, right at the very front…
Knowing that Chief Zheng had already flown to Chengdu, Feng Xuhui was even more excited. It was as expected of Chief Zheng!
Feng Xuhui did not think at all. On instincts alone, he got into his car and drove to the frontlines overnight.
He did not even bring anything with him. He was in a hurry and panicked.
He drove all the way to Henan before he remembered to report the matter to Chairman Ma.
Chairman Ma was extremely busy. Changfeng Microinvasive Surgery immediately prepared a large number of daily necessities and prepared to ship them to Chengdu.
During that time, everything was no longer important. It was Chairman Ma’s consideration to plan the most appropriate route and maximize the use of every penny.
As for Feng Xuhui… He could go by himself.
In any case, although Feng Xuhui had already been transferred to the Imperial Capital as the vice president, the scope of business he was in charge of was extremely small. Zheng Ren was the only customer.
Without him, the company would operate as normal.
Therefore, the invisible Feng Xuhui was once again ignored.
He was very confused. Zheng Ren’s phone was switched off. Where should he go to find him?
However, these were no longer important questions. Going to the disaster area and doing his best was what was on Feng Xuhui’s mind.
Of course, it would be perfect if he could meet Chief Zheng.
Feng Xuhui rushed all the way to Chengdu under the starry night and finally arrived there 48 hours later.
Countless vehicles gathered from all directions like an army of ants. Feng Xuhui was still invisible and ignored by others.
However, was that important?
As a member of the base, Feng Xuhui did not consider what benefits he could bring.
Life should not be calculated at every corner and only on physical merits.
He was still young, hot-blooded, and could bear risking his life.
After arriving in Chengdu, Feng Xuhui immediately threw himself into the flood of disaster relief.
However, he was still lucky. After all, in the medical equipment industry, it was still possible to find acquaintances.
He joined a volunteer group and went to the airport to sort and carry huge quantities of goods.
It was just hard work but Feng Xuhui is content.
Liu Xuzhi, a young doctor in the Interventional Department, also arrived in Chengdu after more than ten hours and met up with the army of backpackers.
The leading elder brother was younger than him, but he was still willing to call a brother.
In the past, when he received the other, he looked like a big brother from an organization and had a fierce look on his face. However, when he wore a camouflage uniform, the leader of the retired officers seemed to have changed into a different person. He was so serious that it made people fear him.
He contacted a plane from the military division and flew directly to the Chengdu intercity field. When he got off the plane, someone picked him up and they went straight to the frontline command headquarters.
When everyone arrived, it was already early in the morning. Temporarily, the frontline command headquarters did not have any missions.
Very soon, news of the various surgery squads on the frontline came back one after another. The staff officers calculated meticulously to ensure there were no complications.
The next morning, they had a mission.
The team of more than 20 people was scattered and directly divided into various regions.
Liu Xuzhi was assigned to two towns that were more severely affected by the earthquake, which was more than 100 kilometers away from the epicenter. The mission was to enter the mountains!
According to the administrative map before the earthquake, they would look for small towns in the mountains. They would use the GPS to locate them and provide targets for the troops carrying large amounts of supplies behind them.
Liu Xuzhi felt that he was lucky. No matter how many rocks were flying around or how dangerous the large and small blocked-up lakes looked like, he was following a semi-professional team of backpackers who were hiking outdoors.
After all, he could get on a military plane and directly come to the frontline while being assigned a task.
As time passed, the national machinery was quickly activated, and he became more and more aware of how lucky he was.
Two days later, he was in the disaster area and saw with his own eyes that the team of university students who had spontaneously organized the rescue was blocked outside. Because of the danger, they were not allowed to enter the disaster area.
The young children burst into tears because they could not enter and contribute their help.
When he was in the disaster area three days later, he saw with his own eyes a group of citizens organized by a few people. They were panting and could not even stand properly.
Although there were casualties in the group—one of them had his arm pierced by a flying steel bar when he was rescuing people—it was all worth it to be able to personally participate in the rescue.
He was not like those people who came from thousands of miles away and were blocked outside by professional firefighters, armed police, and the military.
The nation worked hard at full speed. It was only because he had rushed before things were in full blast that he had a chance to help.
Liu Xuzhi worked very hard. Although his ability was limited, there was no weapon suitable for him to fight in the disaster area—the intervention machine. However, he was still a doctor and tried his best to save every injured person.
In fact, he should be grateful to the ‘big brother’ from the Imperial Capital. He only remembered that he was a doctor, but there was also the fact that he was also a semi-professional mountaineering and outdoor sports enthusiast. Therefore, he was able to come in by chance.
However, Liu Xuzhi did not have time to think about this. The sorrowful look of the disaster area had long numbed his nerves. In all his consciousness, he only remembered to try his best to save every single person alive.
He did not know that the video camera behind him recorded the rescue process.
Every time a person was carried out of the rubble, the whole country would rejoice.
He also did not know that his colleagues in the hospital were shocked and envious when they saw his figure on television.
None of that was important.
Saving one more person was the most important thing.