- Panic spreads.
Alarming reports from Northern Ireland indicate that the Necro-Mortosis infection has spread beyond Belfast. Earlier this evening there were reports of infected in Craigavon, Ballymena and as far away as Derry. However, non have as yet been officially confirmed as undead related.
Sporadic rioting and looting have broken out throughout some parts of the country and people are being urged to remain in there homes and stay tuned to the emergency broadcast system.
Due to the Derry outbreak all major airports are now under a heavy Police presence To add to the misery and general frustration of travellers, all outbound flights from N. Ireland scheduled to leave this week are fully booked and all flights after that are currently suspended.
The health-care system within major Northern Irish cities and even rural towns is facing a heavy burden, with concerned citizens inundating the system with inquiries. In many cases these are false reports of contracted Mortosis.The suspected Mortosis victims are being taken to local hospitals and doctors practices. Many unwillingly. One elderly man was reportedly dropped off at Ballymena Hospital bound with duct tape."This was a particularly ugly incident" remarked an anonymous hospital worker. "He was taped round his hands, feet and mouth even, I suppose they were afraid he'd bite someone. Turns out he was not even infected. He had recently had a hip replacement and it made his walk a bit off, I think they thought he'd gone Zombie"
Reports indicate that some of the important stock, such as medical supplies, have had to be moved around the country under military escourt as the risk from looting and armed robbery escalates.
The Government have issued a statement appealing for calm, and vigilance while searches are conducted for undead activity. The have also said the situation in Northern Ireland while unfortunate is fully under control
after the statement was broadcast it was confirmed that more troops
were to be deployed to the province as the government looks to contain
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Irish family massacre Posted: 5th, Sept. 2009
Belfast panic spreads Posted: 3rd, Sept. 2009
Belfast level 'B' confirmed Posted: 31h Aug, 2009
Belfast dead roam streets Posted: 30h Aug, 2009
Belfast source ID'd Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine expands further Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine widens Posted: 24th July, 2009
Belfast docks quarantined Posted: 18th July, 2009
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