Official Unit Log, “The Complex”
Entry By; Health Centre Staff Nurse Mellor
Wed, 10/06/09, 1843h
“At 1509h a medical alert was broadcast for the Sports Hall. I arrived at 1513h to find a young male,subject A27, Damien Donald, had collapsed doing kick-about soccer during a break in the selection programme. I could not find a pulse or sign of any cardiac activity on ECG so initiated standard resuscitation. After some 10 minutes an emergency paramedic arrived and between us we continued resuscitation, with extra support from an ambulance crew who arrived approx 1530h. Regrettably no response was apparent in Damien, who was certified dead at 1605h.”
Spec Op Dir; FLASH SIGNAL
FAO Operation PsyCoChemManip
Wed, 10/06/09, 2100h
- Consequent on the sudden death of a male, A27, at The Complex today an urgent meeting of “The Project” management group will be held at this directorate Friday, 12/06/09, 1000h.
- All sponsor agencies are to ensure that their lead adviser is in attendance; any possible attendees not already security cleared at Code Ochre for “The Project” will not be admitted.
- The current course #6 will continue but all participants have been offered psychosocial counselling if they so wish.
- All “Complex” employees will be debriefed by the resident Spec Ops staff, whose report will be forwarded to all List Alpha as soon as received at this directorate.
- Any media inquiries are to be directed to Department of Culture, as previously agreed.
Personal E-Notebook Diary of Aileen B
House Mother, The Complex
Thu, 11/06/09, 1735h
“I, and a few other staff from here, have just spent a couple of hours with the parents of dead Damien. They insisted on visiting to see where he had passed on and to collect his personal possessions. Very trying for all of us, his mother was beside herself, constantly crying and wailing, quite got to me, poor cow!
Zoe from admin says that the preliminary report from the local mortuary is that Damien died of a previously quite un-suspected heart condition called Hoccum or some such. Nurse Mellor reckons that it not infrequently kills otherwise fit, young athletes and is hard to detect, except after the disaster happens.
Whatever, the rest of the course members have carried on pretty much as if nothing happened. A couple of them have the making of right hard faced bastards; I suppose they have to be to get on as sports professional these days?
Otherwise, business as usual… next week’s course is our first female unemployed, have to nail everything down to prevent theft! No, that’s wrong to say, I do so hope! A nice bunch would be, well, nice!
Right, to the bar for a well earned small noggin, I can still hear Damien’s mum wailing as she left…”
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