3:15:15. Kiefer clearly survived, because he's up on a gurney and wearing an oxygen mask, but he's still in the utility room where Chloe shot him. Along with more agents and EMTs than I would have expected to be able to fit in there. Cole calls Chloe to say he's on his way. It's only been six minutes, so no hurry or anything. She tells him to stay put anyway, because she needs him where he is. Cole wants to know what's happening, so Chloe explains to him about how Kiefer gave her the recording of Logan and Suvarov's conversation. "Why did you shoot him?" Cole wonders. Chloe promises to explain later. "Right now, you just need to make sure that Arlo is ready to upload that file." Cole agrees and asks if Kiefer will survive. Chloe doesn't know, and signs off. A she leaves the room, Kiefer looks at least semi-conscious, and gives her a nod. Which is nice of him, considering his last words to her were so damning. Literally.
In the outer hallway, Agent Burke accosts her and tells her that Jason's been found in the back of his SUV, and he wants to talk to Chloe now, so she's going to have to stay right where she is. Chloe tries to blow on past by pulling rank, but Burke insists, "His authority comes from the president. If you want to make a call to the White House, we can do that." Rank pulled back. Chloe defeatedly asks when Jason will be here, and is told he's on his way now. She lets Burke lead her back to the utility room at 3:16:55. Kiefer's still being worked on, but his mask fogs and unfogs in a pattern that looks like Morse code for "Back so soon?"