cylinder, he looks at the needle and exhales slowly, knowing how much this was going to hurt.
Without hesitation he slides it deep into the wound, pushing almost the entire needle into his body, then squeezes the gel inside. He pulls the needle out and holds onto the edge of the table as he waits for the gel to take effect, focusing on the note.
Anyway, we got your radio working. We kept searching the stations for any sign of a signal or a message from anywhere and after a few hours we got something. It was a man talking about how the zombies were still running around Dublin but that they’d secured a few areas and needed help if anyone could provide it. We figured that maybe we could lend a hand, the way you helped us when we were stuck on the bridge.