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Russian convoy massacre Posted: July 26th, 2008
Russian convoy survivors Posted: Aug. 1st, 2008
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More Survivors of Convoy Found Alive
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Related report: Russian convoy massacre Posted: July 26th, 2008

More survivors of last weeks convoy attack have been found in the area of Altay Krai.

The ill fated Russian convoy that left the small provincial town of Biysk last week was decimated by an undead presence. Attracted to the noise of the engines, the necrotics slowly picked off the terrified stragglers.

The convoy was dispatched by the Russian government to assist in a forced evacuation of Biysk. However, as the single line of vehicles, many ill suited for the terrain, slowly cut a path through the little used roads, trouble began to develop. Vehicles broke down or became mired in mud. Disaster finally came in the form of a spectacular crash as one of two 'Undead Response Trucks' careened into the ravine below as a rural bridge failed to hold it's heavy weight.

This effectively cut off the convoy who were then left prey to the undead whom had been following slowly but relentless.

Survivors found
A further 43 survivors of last weekends attack have now been found. 19 were reportedly able to run and evade the undead attack. Hiding and fighting their way out to eventually be picked up by passing motorists also fleeing the danger. Also five army vehicles, including the remaining Undead response Truck, returned to the safety of a neighboring town. 32 soldiers but only 2 citizens were reportedly within the vehicles.

As a rescue attempt scrambled to reach the stricken convoy, reports circled within the media of the disaster. Anger and questions were leveled at senior officials who authorized the haphazard evacuation.

Media outlets such as Pravda openly questioned the logistical reasoning behind the massacre. "It seems the people would have been far safer if they had simply stayed within the safety of their own homes." said one report. "The heavy laden 'Undead Response Trucks' became unmanageable in the small rural roads, and when the final attack occurred, the soldiers, far from rising to the call of duty, chose to hide away, protected in their armored vehicles as the citizens, unarmed, were preyed upon outside."

Such harsh criticism of the Government is rarer these days as President Putin tries to stem dissent and dissatisfaction with it's Governments overall response to the world wide Necro-Mortosis threat.

Related report:
Russian convoy survivors
Posted: Aug. 1st, 2008

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