Lyla was in the process of muttering a slew of colorful curses in a mixture of belter creole, english, and spanish all at once when Tadgh's question interrupted her mid-rant. She didn't even think before she nudged her comm on with a quick movement with her jaw, the last few words clipping onto the channel. "... im pinches imbeciles." The slight echo of her own voice alerted her to the fact that she was broadcasting, and she quickly fell back into a more professional tone. "Give me a moment. These idiots don't know how to properly label anything, I swear. It doesn't help that you all decided to split up within five minutes of setting foot outside the ship." She muttered, flipping through the displays as quickly as she could. With a few taps of her fingers she could command the entire system to track each one of their hand terminals for her, but that would run the risk of someone noticing the dynamic updates that would pop up as a result. This meant that she was having to skip camera to camera as the different groups moved through the tunnels. The captain had been her first priority to keep track of, since he had made the decision to venture off alone. Internally, Lyla scolded Maguire's impulsiveness, but she knew that now wasn't the time to tell him how stupid he was being. A camera display was pinned to the top right corner of her tablet, showing the captain's "meeting". When Tadgh had called her, she had been in the process of trying to get the audio to play properly, while also trying to keep track of where the rest of the crew was. Each task required quite a bit of attention, and Lyla knew that she was letting her immediate situational awareness slip. Considering she was tucked away in a half abandoned elevator shaft with an environmental suit on, she reasoned that if something had to go on the back burner, it was that. A few seconds later, she found the earther and his lanky belter companion. "I've got you both now. Looks like the captain found his friends. I don't see anyone coming to other lift to head you off, so Omar and Alanna should be good to head down as well. As a heads up, there are quite a few patrols roaming through that common area though." Her screen flickered for a brief moment and the woman frowned beneath her face plate. "What the hell... was that?" She leaned forward in her sling to check her connection port and then inspected the wire to ensure that something hadn't popped loose -- everything seemed to be in proper working order.