In a bizarre case of life imitating art today, police in Miami surrounded the 'Dolphin Mall' on 12th street. This vast shopping complex was inhabited by as many as 149 armed individuals intent on escaping Miamis current undead infestation, according to police reports.
There presence was reported by security personnel who were retained by the mall to safeguard its commercial properties from looters.
After a tense 7 hour standoff between the armed gang, police and national guard units, all 149 people eventually came out without incident.
A police spokesperson said in a short press briefing that those involved were primarily a mixed group of individuals, with no known associations to each other or any gang affiliation. They "seemed to genuinely be frightened enough to burrow themselves into this place and try to sit it out." However, a city spokesperson commented that they will in fact be prosecuted for trespassing and looting.
Amongst the weapons seized were 3 AK-47's, 7 x 9mm hand guns and 2 single barreled shotguns. Several of those arrested also had hand weapons such as clubs and baseball bats. Many of the entrance points had been fortified and secured. Armed men were reportedly seen on the roof.
"They were not too well coordinated" the police spokesperson continued." But they did have short range communication equipment and tried to cover the whole mall. But the shear size of the place would make that a very difficult prospect. These idiots were a bunch of guys who have seen too much T.V. They figured it would be like in the movies. But it wasn't. They broke in, they vandalized and they are accountable. But they did give up without a fight, which was smart."
Charges are expected to be filed Monday
FEMA emergency refugee stations have been set up at Fort Stewart in
updated information including assigned evacuation points, school closure
information and emergency assistance:
Miami Downtown . Several unconfirmed undead sightings, but none substantiated.
Ojus. The body of a reanimated corpse was found after being attacked by dogs according to animal control.
Sunny Isles Beach. An empty fishing vessel banked on the shore this morning. All occupants were missing. According to coast guard reports, there were signs of a struggle.
Miami is in a quarantine situation. All non essential traffic is prohibited within the effected boundaries.
Residents are allowed to leave the area, but please be advised that you will face long waits at government processing centers before an exit visa is permitted.
A 6.00pm - 6.00am curfew is also in effect.
Beaches along the Florida coast remain closed until further notice
Police have requested that the public remain vigilant and report any
corpses, living or dead, that wash ashore. They have released a special
hotline emergency number -
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