A couple of corrections but otherwise OkAn Adopted child
Lindy Sinka, whose father was a truck driver and mother (was) a house wife, lived in the countryside in Korea. Her parents were well-natured but the little girl was very stubborn. She would not do what her mother said and easily got angry when (being) reprimanded .
One night, an unexpected accident happened when her father was driving the truck on the way home. The truck suddenly slid down to a chasm. He was badly injured and bled profusely.
Fortunately, an ambulance came early enough to stop the bleeding. Just an hour later, Sinka and her mother got there and burst into cry of fear. The ambulance man said that her father’s blood type was O and asked if anyone in the family could give the poor father a quick blood transfusion. Sinka knew that her blood type was A and that a father and a child would have had the same blood type. Did it mean the man she called ‘father’ might not be her natural father? Had she been adopted? But why hadn't she heard about that before?