Viral Outbreak on SS Laennec

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VIRAL OUTBREAK ON SS LAENNEC
General Data
*SIM Type: SS Athena Missions
*Production number: ATH-RP034
*Initiated: 110203
*Ended: 110203
*Year: 2386
Navigation
Credits
*SIM Concept: Lan Nakajima
*Historian: Lan Nakajima

With the CO and XO on Pinastri Prime, and the clock ticking, the on duty Athena staff are the only hope for the medical research facility SS Laennec.


Prelude

Chief Engineer's Log Stardate 110203;

We have just received an urgent distress call from medical research station SS Laennec. With the Commander, and Executive Officer on Pinastri Prime for a command meeting, and the clock ticking, I've decided to gather our senior staff and head for the station to assist them.


Events

Athena's Ops crew received a distress call from a low priority medical research facility on the edge of the Syrillian Rift. They reported that ther were under attack by Orion Raiders, and that their viral containment fields would fail within minutes. With little time to recall the CO and XO, the Senior staff boarded the Shuttlecraft Artemis and set course for the station.

Around 30 minutes later after traveling at maximum warp, the crew arrived to find the station badly damaged and viral contaminants running rampant. The crew manually docked the shuttle, suited up in Environment Suits, and boarded the station. Dr. Moonshadow lead the team to sickbay where we found the stations primary physician, and commanding officer on biobeds contaminated with Thelusian Flu. With the rest of the station's crew unaccounted for, Lt Commander Nakajima was able to deduce that the stations crew took refuge in the station's transporter buffer to keep from being infected when the pathogens were released. The commander activated the transporter and the rest of the crew materialized on the transporter, save for two other missing officers.

The team then went to the main computer core, after finding ops totally uninhabitable, to try and discover what happened. After several minutes of downloading data, the station's computer alerted the team to an imminant antimatter containment failure.

Being the last shuttle out of the bay, the Artemis had barely gone to warp with the other shuttles before the station's antimatter containment failed.