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Details are beginning to emerge from Friday's 'Category A' Undead outbreak in Canada. A picture of terror and confusion is being told by a witness who survived the massacre.
ZWN has obtained an exclusive report from an employee at 'Medicine in Motion'. Alex Howard, an IT worker recounts his harrowing experience of Friday 27th.
"I work in IT for Medicine in Motion. The government gave us all sort of incentives to keep us working to try and keep some semblance of an economy. My two partners and I kept the system running for our institutions and its 3 branches. Once we got everything setup, work was pretty easy.
|Cell phone photo taken by Alex Howard shortly before their bid to escape.|
We were at the party, a post celebration for a co workers upcoming marriage, Friday evening. A lot of staff were transferred here when they closed some other branches. Anyway, we had been drinking and having fun like everyone else. But me and two co workers, Chris and Pete (last names withheld) were in my office. We were goofing around on the internet.
The building only had three stories. We immediately backed away from our door and went to the server room in our department. Only us and a few others had keys to it. But it was still just thin doors, dry wall and a window. If they knew we were in there, it wouldn't hold them out for long .
We peaked out the server room window and saw three of them feeding on what must have been a co worker. She was screaming and thrashing around. It was horrible. We couldn't tell who it was. We were so scared. Then we realized that this meant we would potentially have four zombies after us. We were already out numbered. Fortunately we had a cart and decided to try something desperate. We placed the servers from the rack we disassembled onto the cart and made a rolling wall. The plan was for one of us to hold it and the other two to bash skulls. I was going to be the holder. My partners Chris and Pete were the support.
They don't tell you about the strength of these things. Now I am an IT person I am not in good shape. It is not that the zombies are stronger it is that they are tireless. We had the mobile wall on a ramp inclined downward. It was easily 300 lb plus my 200 pushing on it. One of my partners had to help just to hold it still. We forced the Zombies so hard that they, and the cart went clear through the office wall. We followed. It took us 15 minutes to kill the three zombies. We also hit the one that had just been attacked in the hallway. It was starting to reanimate. I recognized her (name withheld until next of kin can be notified).
Screams from below
We ran and ran, up to the fire escape. 'Roof access' the sign said. So we got out through the door onto the roof. There was no way of locking the door though. Not from the outside anyway.
Pete leaned against the door incase they tried to get on the roof. We watched as the police surrounded the building. They shot at the windows a couple of times. We heard glass break. They must have been shooting them through the windows. We saw they blocked the streets and diverted traffic for quite a ways. Soon the news helicopters were over head. A Police officer used a megaphone to tell us to stay put and that a helicopter was on the way but they were going to try and use a fire truck to get us down first.
We saw the helicopter sweep in from above us, just about the same time we also heard my Pete, who was still holding the roof door shut, shouting above the noise of the copter. He was trying to keep the door shut. The Police were not the only ones who had found us. I went to help him hold it shut. The copter hovered about ten feet above the roof and lowered a ladder. Chris climbed onto it.
The door burst open. There was just too many of them. Too strong. We ran from them as they stumbled through. But the copter pulled away with Chris barely hanging on. We were trapped. I ran to the edge and looked over. Like I said, I'm a big guy, and big guys don't jump three stories. But as I was right at the ledge with two of them almost on me, I heard a rifle shot. It must have been a Police sniper I guess. It got him right in the head. Then, same again, the next one got it too.
There was still five more on the roof. I knew these people. All of them. (Identities withheld). I watched as they were shot down one by one. It was horrible, but it also saved me. I tried to see where the shots were coming from because there wasn't any buildings higher than ours. Then I saw that the Police sniper was on the fire truck. Up on the ladder. That's why they didn't bring it to the roof. He saved my life. Pete made it too. He decided to jump but landed wrong. He's got a fractured leg but he's ok."
All three were released from quarantine today. However, Co worker 'Pete' remains in hospital recovering from his fall.
According to a Police spokesperson, the source of the outbreak has yet to be determine. A Police investigation is ongoing.
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