Commander Justice, Jr. stared over the ravine at the burning Justicemobile. Now, it’s an even worse environmental disaster.
The paramedics rolled by the gurney with Captain Justice on it. “Let me off this thing. I’ll be fine with a little bed rest.”
A paramedic said, “You’re lucky to es-cape that car alive after going over a forty foot drop.”
Captain Justice laughed. “I’m a super-hero. I once fell off a two hundred foot cliff and landed wrong. I was out for a day then defeated a band of eleven desperadoes armed with machine guns. I’m not an in-valid. Junior, reason with them.”
“Captain, you need X-rays.” Junior stared at the bulge on his thighs beneath the tights. He was lucky to need just a couple of bandages. That and a new pair of tights when he got back to the Justice Foundation.
Junior climbed into the back of the ambulance. Captain Justice said, “I hate to do this, but we need to know who did this. You’re going to have to go solo for a day or so.”
“I can handle it.”
“Don’t say that until you know what you have to do.”
Continued next Monday
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