PM to Camber (mid-late afternoon)

Any word from the doc yet?

She's getting sleepy. Really sleepy. I don't know what to do here. She's asking if a cold shower would help, but I don't know and I don't want to tell her to do something that might make things worse.

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Fuck. Nothing from the doc yet. I'll get on again and see if Brianna just hasn't gotten back to me or what.

I'd avoid something she could hit her head on. Tubs sound like a bad idea. Keep her talking, get her to tell you stories or something. See if she can make herself throw up, make her drink water. I'll be back ASAP.

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Thanks - appreciate it. We've been through stories. I'll do the water thing.

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So we still haven't heard from Dr Stan (this guy sounds really fucking reliable) but here's the word from Kaori via Bri:
She says keep her awake, talking, and as calm as possible, talking to people she's close to. She said, let her know that she's not alone, that she's got people helping her and trying to get her help.

I know this is probably a weird thing to say to someone I don't really know, but I'm sorry I can't do anything else.

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No good telling me now. Sorry. She's not talking to me anymore. Says she's going to talk to Everett. So tell him and any more word from the medics, tell to him.

And also - can you tell Everett from me to make fucking sure that he keeps talking to her. She's sleepy and until we get word from someone who actually knows that her going to sleep isn't going to kill her, someone needs to keep her awake. I don't trust her to do it herself, and she's not talking to me anymore. So - tell Everett that. That he'd better fucking do it. That -I said- he'd better fucking do it.

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I'll tell Everett. And um, attempt to get across the tone...

I'm sorry, for whatever that's worth. If you get bored or antsy or whatever, I'm still across the lines.

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For what it's worth - thanks for passing things along. I should have been able to deal with this directly, but clearly I can't.

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Dude. You're in a room with no doors. Chill with the "I should haves". It's not your fault this happened, and it's not your fault you couldn't rush in with a stomach pump. And it doesn't help her, or you to sit around thinking you should have done it all on your own. You could have made it a lot worse by not asking for help.

And to be fair, I don't feel like I did shit by passing things along, either, so.

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Everett says he's got an open line, he'll give me updates.