Side Sim: Blue-shirt Holodeck Hangout

Posted Aug. 10, 2020, 6:34 p.m. by Lieutenant Junior Grade Kiama Naim (Science Officer) (Silke Fahl)

Posted by Ensign Shon Baht (Medical Officer) in Side Sim: Blue-shirt Holodeck Hangout

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Kiama Naim (Science Officer) in Side Sim: Blue-shirt Holodeck Hangout

Posted by Lieutenant Faye Calloway (Mission Specialist) in Side Sim: Blue-shirt Holodeck Hangout
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There was silence on Faye’s end as she worked, triggering the backup failsafes that normally would have been engaged. And as things progressed, the holodeck systems detected the danger. Faye triggered another sequence and the internal emergency systems on the ship initiated a site-to-site transport…

As she felt the tingling sensation of the transporter beam, Kiama felt relief rush through her. That had been way too close for her liking.

Kiama and Shon would suddenly find themselves in Sickbay.

~Faye Calloway, Data Specialist

Finding herself sitting on the floor in Sickbay, Kiama couldn’t help but chuckle faintly while a single tear rolled down her dark cheek. Now that they were really out of danger, everything that had happened seemed to hit her with full force. She was feeling completely overwhelmed and utterly exhausted. Not to mention that she finally started to fully register in how much pain she was in. Funny what adrenaline could do to you. Brushing the tear from her cheek with her uninjured, yet trembling hand, she looked at Shon and asked, “How are you?”

~Lt.jg. Naim, aCSO

Shon let out a breath he had been holding for some time in an involuntary sigh of relief. The he blinked slowly as he looked at Kiama, his brain not able to answer that question right now. But he suddenly shook his head and jumped up as the sickbay staff converged on them, moving to help the other doctors tend to Kiama’s injuries and ignoring his own for now. Shon was obviously happy to be alive, but the ordeal had left him shaken, and his usual sunny demeanor and talkative nature had been suppressed. He focused on treating Kiama’s injuries first and foremost. Eventually during this process, his beep blue eyes met hers and he let out a single chuckle of disbelief. “I’m glad you liked the musical,” he squeaked out in some semblance of humor.

(Ensign Baht, Medical)

A pair of NEs helped Kiama carefully to her feet and then onto a biobed. NE Jones started to run a full scan of her right away, the frown on his face growing deeper with every passing moment. None of her injuries were life threatening, but she had a received quite a number of injuries. Her left wrist was indeed broken and she had broken her 6th and 7th true rib; though the fracture in the 6th was only a hairline one. She also had cuts and bruises all over her body, plus the needle punctures in the back of her hand. None of those injuries were in anyway concerning though and they’d be able to heal all of them easily. What was concerning though was the head injury she had sustained. Not only did she have a laceration and a concussion, but she had actually cracked her skull. The only good thing was, that that fracture too was only a hairline one and a small one at that. Thus it shouldn’t cause any problems.

While the NEs ran their scans, Kiama started to feel really sleepy. She had a feeling that she should try and stay awake, though. After all, as a neuroscientist she knew that head injuries weren’t a joke. So she tried to fight against her heavy eyelids more or less successfully.

Meanwhile a third NE had walked over to Shon. “Doctor Baht,” NE Lorel said gently, “I’d like to take of your injuries.”

Meanwhile, back in the corridor outside the holodeck, Faye had shut down the holodeck itself, locking it and restricting it to senior staff only. For the time being, until they could ascertain whether it was safe, no one should be in there. But now she was madly trying to set-up some sort of containment too so they could assess whatever anomaly had caused such a dangerous situation to occur.

~Faye Calloway, Data Specialist

OOC: Since the anomaly was your idea, Ben, I thought I’d leave it up to you to provide further info for Linds. I hope that was okay :)

~Lt.jg. Naim, aCSO

Shon eyed Kiama’s scans with apprehension, and although he winced at seeing the injuries that were undoubtedly more painful than she had let on, he was also mildly relieved that nothing seemed too horribly dire. Once he was sure that she was being taken care of, he nodded to the nurse and allowed himself to be led away. His roadrashs were starting to scab, but was still a sticky mess that hurt to touch, leading to some hisses of pain as they tended to it. Likely, they’d solidify into purple scars as they healed. The ensign’s eyes flickered back to Kiama’s biobed with regularity.

“She’ll be okay,” NE Lorel said gently and put a hand on his shoulder while first scanning Shon and then treating he injuries with a dermal regenrator. It didn’t take long till they had tended to all his injuries. Putting the dermal regenrator on a try, they said, “You can go over there and help, if you like.”

OOC: This is about as far as I got with the anomaly, so we can really go wherever with that!

Faye would notice that a similar phenomenon was occurring in the other holodecks throughout the ship. Undoubtedly there were other crew members in trouble as their holodecks went similarly haywire. But given her expertise and having demonstrated a solution, she could save all of them. The Manhattan was currently heading toward a large nebula-like anomaly, and it seemed that as they got closer, some sort of previously unidentified radiation had wrecked havoc on the holoemitters. The science department would need to look into it further, but it would be prudent to shut down all holodecks while they were within range of the anomaly.

(Ensign Baht, Medical)

Meanwhile Kiama had succumb to the pain and exhaustion and became unconscious. The two NEs were treating her injuries. Their main focus was her head injury. Her broken rib hadn’t shifted, so there was no risk of her lung getting punctured. NE Jones tended to the hairline fracture of her skull and the laceration, while NE T’Mir made sure that there really were no injuries to her brain (other than the concussion) and that there would be no swelling that would cause any complications later on.

~Lt.jg. Naim, aCSO

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