Ghearmaine Franc prepares quickly set up holding rooms for the wounded so that they may be processed and given proper treatment.
The 37 wounded are transported to and helped out of the makeshift ambulances and into the hospitals
The Boaty McBoatface pulls into Trionitterns northern port, her motor strained to its max after years of nothing more than token test runs to make sure it was working to being run max power all the way across the Atlantic. As the anchor is dropped the 100 masts go up. Fishing boats and small costgard ships come out to great the massive Boaty McBoatface to take the laterals she holds inside. The materials to be used for the reconstruction of massive infrastructure. The crew of Boaty McBoatface including the queen herself will work tirelessly throughout the night unloading supplies from the ship.
After Finishing unloading Boaty McBoatface, The Queen, to the annoyance of her guard detail, would like to go to the airport to help with the rebuilding, but also meet with the people who helped save the victims. The Queen will be accompanied by Govenor General Major Elsa Bradford. Under order of the queen the small runway on Boaty McBoatface may be used in the event of any farther emergencies, agian to the annoyance of her guard detail.
The missionaries are able to recover some of the belongings of the people in the airport, and they also begin providing relief to those outside the airport who may have been injured by shrapnel.
The queen steps out of the Major's transport and looks at the damage to the building. As she looks around she sees a group of people and rushes over to see if they are alright.
The missionaries continue to pull belongings from the rubble, and they even find one more survivor.
Delight rushes over to the survivor and helps drag them to the governors transport