"What the hell?!?!" screams Ms. Pigg, "Why is Ms. Monagan on the bottom face down on the pavement and not breathing?!? Somebody has got to take her the hospital or the funeral home because it for damn sure isn't my job." So Ms. Pigg walked away from the scene and headed to the fountain where a police officer is nearby. This is perfect, because now Ms. Pigg can tell the cop that Ms. Monagan is either dead or putting on a damn good act.
Once there Ms. Pigg waves to the smoking policeman, puts her Sousa down for a minute to rest her back, and launches the penny into the fountain throwing it backwards over her right shoulder for good luck. The policeman sure was enjoying that cigarette because once he was finished on his last puff he tossed it into the street and watched the street sweeper suck it up.
Ms. Pigg notices some neighbors come up from the subway tunnel, particularly Jude C. Wright. Ms. Pigg laughs her ass off when Jude stumbles on the steps as his eyes almost pop out of his head once he see's the fountain is working.
Aaron Pernie has the same surprised look on his face that Jude did, but he is not moving. Jude is standing dead still in the center of the basketball court staring at the fountain. Ms. Pigg does not understand the sudden importance of the fountain and why everybody is staring at it like a fat kid does to a ice cream menu.
This is a perfect place for Ms. Pigg to set up her Sousaphone and play some tunes for her neighbors, and make some spare change. She knows that everybody is going to talk about the fountain, or the death of Ms. Monaghan.
After a long 12 hours by the fountain, Ms. Pigg saw almost everybody that lived in Watershed Heights. It was now midnight and Ms. Pigg's lips were starting to bleed from so much playing. As she was walking slowly home, Ms. Pigg saw two more people lying face down on the ground. Remus and Josh were lying next to each other with a dozen policeman looking down from the top of Watershed Heights apartment. There was blood everywhere, and Ms. Pigg was starting to freak out about her neighbors jumping off the eight story building. So to get her mind off the eventful day, Ms. Pigg shot up some Heroin. Ms. Pigg didn't want to remember this day ever again, so she passed out on her soft mattress.