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Nikki stood outside of Thunderbird 7. She had seen it before when she first visited the Island with Dominic, but it didn't cease to amaze her.

Tin-Tin opened the doors to the ambulance and led the tour group inside. She pointed out every piece of equipment and explained its use.

"In Thunderbird 7, as you can see, we have twelve fold down biobeds which monitor and records patients conditions, like heart rate, blood pressure, temperature and much more." Tin-Tin pulled out an anti-gravity stretcher. "Here is one of our anti-gravity stretchers. You might hear us sometimes call it an AG stretcher for short. All together we have six of these on board."

Tin-Tin laid the stretcher on the ground and asked for a volunteer. Brandon walked forward. Tin-Tin instructed him to lie down on the stretcher and she strapped him in securely. She began to show them how to activate it. The stretcher began to float to the amazement of the group.

"Whoa." Brandon said as he felt the stretcher lift from the ground.

Nikki smiled as she watched Brandon on the stretcher. "We could have used these at the hospital. It would of made life much easier. I'm definitely looking forward to working with all this equipment."

Gordon walked forward towards the floating stretcher. "I like the AG stretchers the most. I wanted to race on them when we were first introduced to it. But Mom wouldn't allow it."

The group laughed at Gordon's joke. Tin-Tin shook her head as she smiled and lowered the stretcher Brandon was on. She had a feeling that Gordon was being serious about that.

Nikki looked around and walked towards an object. She picked one up. "Are these doctor's charts?"

Tin-Tin turned to look at what Nikki was looking at. "These are our data pads which acts like a doctor's chart. It records scanner readings and information that our biobeds record. We can also add verbal notes to it. The pads are passed onto the medical facility with the patient and then returned to us."

Nikki put the pad back down in its rightful place. Dominic began to ask his own questions. Tin-Tin answered them all with ease.

"Ok, let's continue with the tour of Thunderbird 7." Tin-Tin led them towards the next piece of equipment.

Post by Nikki-Browneyes on 19/07/2004


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