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Read a ZWN embedded reporters own account of being lost and having to survive the undead hordes and roaming bandits in Haiti.

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Carnage In Haiti - Refugees Awaiting Rescue By UN Massacred In Undead 'Feeding Frenzy.'
Posted: December, 2006 Bookmark and Share

Excusive Eyewitness Report from embedded ZWN Field Reporter Zandra Corbes.

Terrible scenes of people running in blind panic. Hopelessly undermanned UN Peacekeepers valiantly defending a last line of de fence. It's the stuff movies are made of. But sadly, this is no Hollywood film. This happened before the eyes of this reporter, right here in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti this morning.

The 'Perfect Storm' for a massacre.
Thousands of Haitian's, desperate to exit their homeland by any means in order to escape the Zombie surge that has ravaged their villages and cities,congregated at Port-Au-Prince, a designated exit station once the UN forces arrive. But that was the dilemma. A NATO resolution was passed only three days ago to rescue these people. The fleets have been readied. The soldiers boarded. They were within a days sailing away from beginning the rescue and relief effort. However, as Red Cross spokesperson Renee Cassou had previously warned, the gathering of such a large crowd, would attract the attention of the growing Zombie hordes. Cassou stressed "Take a large desperate, unorganized crowd, put it's back against the sea so they cannot escape, have their only defense a small thread of 300 lightly armed UN Peacekeepers, and you have the perfect storm for a Zombie feeding frenzy." And today that happened.

The undead hordes descending onto the last defense of Peacekeepers and Police.
A thin line of UN Peacekeepers and the few remaining Haitian Police, hastily erected a rudimentary barricade out of cars, burning tires, anything that would slow down the Zombie mass. It held for about an hour. Then ammunition ran low, moral lower. The line broke, and everyone started to run. People fell. People were trampled to death. But the undead kept coming, and the UN never did.
Hastily erected barricades proved futile.
Numbers in their thousands are feared dead in the aftermath of the Zombie onslaught. The situation, described as 'grave' by UN commander of operations General Paul Dobson, has descended into street battles and hand to hand fighting, in a last attempt to stay alive until help arrives early tomorrow.

Questions are beginning to be raised as to the effectiveness of the joint UN rescue operation. Why has it taken so long to coordinate such a relief effort? A Defense spokesperson released a statement shortly following today's development. It read: " The Haitian airport is un operational. Helicopters cannot land because we have no aircraft carriers within vicinity for refueling purposes at this point. The pilots of the few remaining locally based helicopters are under extreme danger from panicking mobs attempting to board them. USS Theodore Roosevelt will arrive tomorrow to help with the evacuation. The land assault will continue as planned to take back Port-Au-Prince and Port-de-Paix."

Following today's developments, it was announced that a further six thousand UN troops will be deployed to the region.

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