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Water well

A water well on the Crepusculan homeworld

A well was a location where drinking water could be collected.

In 2256, Captain Philippa Georgiou and Commander Michael Burnham went on an away mission to re-activate a water well on the Crepusculan homeworld. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello")

The settlement on Barkon IV where Gia and her father lived had a well in the town square. It was the closest source of fresh water for their village. In 2370, Data poured an antidote to the townsfolk's radiation sickness down the well, but they believed he was poisoning it instead. (TNG: "Thine Own Self")

In an alternate 2373, the town square of Gaia also had a well with a pump to bring up the water. (DS9: "Children of Time")

Later that year, Michael Eddington asked Benjamin Sisko to help him drag the dead bodies of Jem'Hadar to a well on Athos IV before throwing them into it. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

In 2376, Edith Mulchaey recalled that her daughter Mary had fallen down a well once at Ballahick Farm, only to mysteriously be rescued before she could bring help. Initially, this lead to suspicion against "Katie O'Clare" and the other members of USS Voyager's crew who visited Fair Haven in the holodeck, but Michael Sullivan later used it as an example of their benevolent intentions. (VOY: "Spirit Folk")

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