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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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UN Troops Land In Haiti.
Secure Port. Fighting In City Rages.

Posted: December, 2006 Bookmark and Share

Port-Au-Prince, Haiti - (AP)
Excusive Eyewitness Report from embedded ZWN Field Reporter Zandra Corbes.

Early this morning, UN forces began to land on Haiti's beaches at Port-Au-Prince and Port-de-Paix. They met little resistance on the beaches. This is unlike any military operation they could have prepared for in training. There is no incoming fire. No tactical targets to hit. No moral to break. Just an eerie silence as they landed. Still there was also a sense of awe and fear, that something unarmed, unorganized, and unintelligent could do so much damage with nothing more than a single minded need to feed. A hunger that could never be satisfied.


Black Hawks begin the air assault

Air operations have begun clearing the open land of it's roaming bands of Zombies. Black Hawk helicopters carpet bomb the region. Heavy armored tanks advance into the city. This is the easy part. Surgical in it's precision.

Early this morning, UN forces began to land on Haiti's beaches at Port-Au-Prince and Port-de-Paix. They met little resistance on the beaches. This is unlike any military operation they could have prepared for in training. There is no incoming fire. No tactical targets to hit. No moral to break. Just an eerie silence as they landed. Still there was also a sense of awe and fear, that something unarmed, unorganized, and unintelligent could do so much damage with nothing more than a single minded need to feed. A hunger that could never be satisfied.

Air operations have begun clearing the open land of it's roaming bands of Zombies. Black Hawk helicopters carpet bomb the region. Heavy armored tanks advance into the city. This is the easy part. Surgical in it's precision.

However, a long, protracted street to street battle is anticipated ahead. The soldiers will have to leave the safety of their armored vehicles. This enemy inhabits the shadows. The undead wander the roads, alleys and houses. Wherever they can find food, they lurk. Terrified Haitians, barricaded and defenseless, await rescue from the UN forces.

The scene that awaits our troops is something they will never have been prepared for. Not even in the horrors of war. This is carnage on a genocidal scale. Thousand and thousands of Haitians lie in the street. . Ravaged by the undead. Those infected with the Necro-Mortosis virus rise to join their enemy. A fearful army. The more they kill, the more will rise. UN soldiers have been given strict orders to only help the clearly un-infected. Anyone who appears contaminated is ordered at gun point into special quarantine facilities. The dead or dying are destroyed immediately. It's unbelievably brutal, but this is a war with no rules. Humanity is not recognized here.

View from a tank shows undead roaming in the city

By late tonight, 9,000 UN Peacekeeper troops will have been deployed within Haiti. Once rescue operations have been concluded, the sweep through Haiti will begin. 6,000 extra UN troops will be arriving to assist phase two of the operation.


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