A few days ago at the Diospi Suyana Hospital: It is late and Michael Friedemann is about to go home.
Then he hears the story of a 42-year-old patient, who has been in a wheelchair since a car accident left him a quadriplegic. Unfortunately, his wheelchair is no longer a chair but rather a metal frame. The seat is completely worn. And it doesn’t come as a surprise that the patient has deep sores.
At dusk, when everyone has gone home leaving the hospital deserted, Michael Friedemann sets out to find a new wheelchair. He adjusts the chair so it fits the patient and finally puts air in the chair’s tires.
He arrives at home to meet his family two hours later than planned. But he can be assured to have made the right decision.