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Main Sim - Deck 13: Auxiliary Cargo Bay

Posted Oct. 18, 2021, 8:01 a.m. by Cadet Javal (Doctor) (Stephen O’Dette)

Posted by Cadet Jordy Kleine (Security Officer) in Main Sim - Deck 13: Auxiliary Cargo Bay

Posted by Cadet Javal (Doctor) in Main Sim - Deck 13: Auxiliary Cargo Bay

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Ven Miya (Chief Medical Officer) in Main Sim - Deck 13: Auxiliary Cargo Bay
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Katie quickly reviewed the schematics for the locations of the forcefield projectors in the area of the auxiliary cargo bay and frowned.

“Not good. Not good. There is one in corridor 475-D that is scheduled for maintenance so there will be a gap in the coverage,” Katie said to herself. She took a deep breath and tapped her communicator badge. “=^= Hobbes to security. Be aware that there is a gap in the security forcefield in corridor 475-D. If any of our rioters were to get out of the auxiliary cargo bay and found that gap they would have free access to most of deck 13.”

=/\= Cadet Katherine Hobbes - Engineer

=^= Can you fix it?=^= He tapps on his combadge again. =^= Kleine to NC Turner and NC Lawrence can you two go to corridor 475-D on deck 13,There is a gap in the forcefield there and if anyone who riots gets their they can go on the entire deck.=^= Jordy says to Javal. ‘We cant let anyone of them out of here because there is a gap in the forcefield on corridor 475-D and if they get through there they can go on the entire deck.’

Cadet Jordy Kleine - Security

“Understood Kleine,” Javal replied. “Make sure the exit is well guarded. We could attempt a quick exfiltration from the area and seal the door behind us in case they get too close.”

As he was talking, he could begin to feel the effects of the artificial gravity’s absence beginning to kick in. His feet began to lift off of the ground and soon he was levitating a few feet off of the deck floor.

“Well, examining the affected crew like this is sure to be an interesting exercise of my medical training,” he said, hovering a bit uncontrollably a few feet off of the ground. “Steady yourself now!”

(OOC: Ready to fly Jordy? :D)

[Cadet Javal - doctor]

Katie shook her head as she reviewed the work-order.

=^= Hobbes to Security. That’s a negative on fixing the forcefield projector remotely. The projector itself has to be replaced and that can only be done on site. I’m reviewing options for a second level of containment but I strongly suggest not letting any of them out of the cargo bay. =^=

Katie furrowed her brow. Were there still some of the rioters in Engineering?

=/\= Cadet Katherine Hobbes, Engineering =/\=

(OOC: I hope im ready.)

IC: =^= Understood.=^=

‘Never thought i was going to fly in my career!’ He said laughing, Jordy looks at Javal and says ‘Are you examining them alreay.’ =^= Kleine to Rodier we are at the cargo bay flying i got 2 security officers with me in here 2 guarding the enterance and 2 at a forcefield where a gap is in i think Javal is examining the people who riot.=^=

Cadet Jordy Kleine - Security

=^= Copy, Kleine. Use caution. =^=

~ Lt. jr. gr. Rodier - CoS

“Negative Kleine, I’ve yet to reach them. We still do not know if they will try to attack if we get too close,” Javal said with some difficulty. At this point he was turning almost completely inverted.

He strained to look over at one of the crewman floating helplessly in the cargo hold.

“You there, Crewman! Can you hear me?” he called out to one of them. It was best to test whether they even acknowledged discourse at all before continuing, Javal thought.

[Cadet Javal - doctor]

=^= Ven to Javal, Fleming, Lister and Syme. It seems that a food-borne pathogen may be causing the illness that’s affecting some crew members. It doesn’t look like it’s airborne, but exercise extreme caution just in case. If you can talk to any of your patients, see if they’ve eaten any grapok sauce recently and ask them where it came from. Report back to me with any new information. Ven out. =^=

[Lieutenant JG Ven Miya, CMO - cross-post]

As the comm message came in, Javal was still attempting to right himself in the zero-grav environment. He reached over and tapped his combadge as the blood started to rush to his head from being temporarily inverted.

=^= “Understood, Doctor,” Javal said, in a sort of forced manor as he tumbled about. “I will attempt communication with the affected crewmen to ascertain their current state of agitation. I will inform you of any pertinent developments in my investigation.” =^=

=^= Are you all right, Cadet? You sound a little … stressed. -^=

[Lieutenant JG Ven Miya, CMO - cross-post]

Javal took a minute or two to respond, as he was at this moment busily righting himself in three-dimensional space.

=^= “Your query as to my condition is noted, Ma’am,” he said with a pause, as a small bout of dizziness from the disorienting maneuver began to set in. “But the stress I am experiencing is purely a vestibular reaction to the lack of gravitational pull in the area. I do not presume it will significantly impair my ability to complete the examinations.”

Javal strained his neck over to look at Kleine and the others.

“The CMO has informed me that we are not at direct risk of exposure to the condition affecting the engineers by way of airborne infection. However, caution is still advised - it could still conceivably spread by close contact.”

[Cadet Javal - doctor]

‘Why is there no gravity?’ Jordy asked to Javal.

Cadet Jordy Kleine - Security

By about the time that Jordy asked his question, Javal was upright in space again.

“Cadet Hobbes had informed us that in order to disable the affected engineers’ capability to escape or cause further harm to one another, she decided to turn off the artificial gravity when she transported them in here from Main Engineering.”

[Cadet Javal - doctor]


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