“Star Trek” star and commercial troubadour William Shatner was nearly late for his latest gig: serving as host at the opening of an emergency room at St. Francis Hospital in Charleston, W. Va. “About 200 yards into my dash through the airport, I was thinking to myself that I was going to have a heart attack,” the Associated Press quotes Shatner as telling the ER crowd on Saturday. “Then I thought, I should at least wait until I get to Charleston to have it, so I could come to this wonderful facility.” Shatner, 69, is also known for hosting the reality TV program “Rescue 911.”