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Chelsea civilians Edit
These civilian people were residents of the Chelsea area of San Francisco in 2259. They witnessed explosions when Khan ran away from Spock. Khan hit several of the civilians and they fell on the ground. (Star Trek Into Darkness)
Iowa Cop Edit
This Iowa cop attempted to apprehend a young James T. Kirk in the 2240s after Kirk stole his stepfather's Corvette. He wore a specialized, mechanical mask in order to effectively ride his hovercruiser.
He only caught up with Kirk after the Corvette fell into a quarry, and Kirk nearly with it. (Star Trek)
James T. Kirk's stepfather Edit
Leonard McCoy's ex-wife Edit
When James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy met in 2255, McCoy was recently divorced from his wife. He exaggerated that his wife "got the whole planet" in the settlement, and that was his reason for entering Starfleet. He also commented that "all she left me was my bones", leading to Kirk's famous nickname for McCoy. (Star Trek)
Port of San Francisco bar patrons Edit
Powerwall personalities Edit
Riverside Construction worker Edit
In the alternate reality, a construction worker at the Riverside Shipyard admired James T. Kirk's motorcycle, saying "Nice ride". Kirk promptly tossed him the bike's startcard as he boarded a shuttle bound for Starfleet Academy. (Star Trek)
Royal Children's Hospital personnel Edit
San Francisco bar girl Edit
This Human female sat at the bar in a San Francisco bar when James T. Kirk noticed her following his demotion. When he tried to flirt with her, he was interrupted by Christopher Pike who placed himself between the two. (Star Trek Into Darkness)
San Francisco residents Edit
Shipyard Bar patrons Edit
Starfleet personnel Edit
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