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KASIDY: Don't worry about it
O'Brien: Hold on a minute.
LISA [OC]: This is Lisa Cusak receiving your transmission. Can you hear me? Hello? Hello? I could hear you two talking! Can you hear me?
O'BRIEN: Yes! Yes, we can hear you!
Lisa: (over comm) Thank god! Whoever you are, I Love you!
O'Brien and Kassidy laugh.
Later, Sisko and Bashir have arrived.
Lisa: (over comm) My name's Lisa Cusak. Until a couple of days ago, I was the commanding officer of the Olympia.
SISKO: The Olympia.
LISA [OC]: We left the Federation over eight years ago for a long range exploration of the Beta Quadrant.
SISKO: What happened to your ship, Captain?
LISA [OC]: We were finally heading home, if you can believe that, then we picked up some strange energy readings in a nearby star system, and I decided to stop and investigate. We found an energy barrier around the fourth planet that was unlike anything we'd ever seen, and when we probed it with our scanners it triggered a quantum reaction. There was an enormous surge of metrion radiation that disabled our engines. The next thing I knew, we were spiraling in toward the surface. I gave the order to abandon ship and the last thing I remember is a console exploding in my face. I woke up in an escape pod on the surface and I've spent the last day and a half sitting in this cave trying to raise someone on subspace.
BASHIR: Captain, Doctor Bashir, Chief Medical Officer. Your message said that you were on a L class planet. Are you sure?
Lisa [OC]: Positive. And to answer your next question, yes, I've been giving myself fifteen cc's of triox every four hours to compensate for the excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Just like it says in my medical tricorder.
BASHIR: How much triox do you have left?
LISA [OC]: One hundred and fifty millilitres.
BASHIR: Will you to decrease the dosage, Captain, to eight cc's every six hours. We need to stretch your supply as long as possible.
KASIDY: What happens when she runs out of the drug?
LISA [OC]: That's a good question, Doctor. What happens then?
Bashir: You will begin to experience the effects of hypoxia. But before that happens, the tri-ox compound will have strengthened your cardiopulmonary, allowing you to better withstand thee effects.
LISA: Better withstand the effects. In other words, I'm going to be gasping for air and turning different shades of blue by the time you get here.
Bashir: Yes, I'm afraid so.
LISA: Thanks for brightening my day.
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