Blue eyes hazily struggled to focus on his face. Pain seared through her side, white hot and relentless. Ears still ringing from the sound of the explosion, she heard his voice from far away and tried to nod.
She grit her teeth, body taut with discomfort. “Just make it quick,” she ground out, wishing she could sleep, could rest, and wake up to find it was all just a terrible nightmare. She hadn’t even noticed the blood on her head, had been focused on the pain in her side, but now that he’d told her she was acutely aware of the sensation of warmth sliding down over her ear. She didn’t want to admit she was scared. “I trust you,” she finally managed. “Get us out of here.” She could only hope that Tony and the rest of the Avengers would be able to do the same.
"Alright." The suit, mimicking his muscle movement inside, jogged the last few meters as he leaps through the gaping hole in the side of the building, making sure they were clear before he activated the rocket boots of the suit. Antonio tried to shield her as much as he could against the wind sheer, also going a bit slower than usual now that he had an unprotected passenger. He was glad to find that the hospital was in the same location in this version of New York as his own and thus it didn’t take long for him to land outside the emergency bay. He raised the faceplate as he called over the EMTs "Please, she needs help!"