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UK Undead Street Battle:
Inquiry Begins

Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent, England- ZWN (AP
Posted Aug. 7th. 2010, ZWN (AP

Related report: Police clash with undead in UK

'The Greyhound', pub in Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent, remains the focas of a hastily launched government inquiry. This follows a July 25th. undead outbreak and mini riot.

Chaos engulfed the small hilltop community of Penkhull, as running street battles between police, locals and the undead, threatened to spill into the surrounding areas of Trent Vale and the nearby North Staffs Royal Infirmary.

The Greyhound, a 16th. century public house, became the catalyst of a major incident when police were called to quell a disturbance within the bar. When police squad cars arrived, 4 officers attempted to enter the pub. They soon exited and declared a 'Code B' public disturbance.

'Code B' is the name given by British police for a 'Level B' undead outbreak.

Fighting between police and the emerging undead was confounded by many locals aiding their undead friends in a misguided attempt to protect them from arrest.

Eyewitness Alan Stevenson recounts that "Many of us were outside at the time.
having a pint and enjoying a quiet Sunday afternoon. We knew there was a fight inside. The landlord locked them all in and called the police. But when they arrived, they started pulling everyone out and beating the (expletive) out of them."

Stevenson goes on to explain how the locals, not aware that those inside were infected with the undead Necro-mortosis virus, began to argue with police. This escalated into a mini riot. Confusion and chaos rained as police and authorities attempted to impose a local quarantine.

"It got hard to tell who was alive and who was a zombie" Stevenson continued. "Lots of people were covered in blood, it's amazing more people were not infected."

The government inquiry focused on this issue amongst others. It states that "Considering the large amount of infected blood at the scene, and the general commotion, it is a relief that more people did not spread this virus."

33 people were detained. Most of whom, were released after questioning. However, 3 were forcibly sent to an undisclosed quarantine facility for further evaluation.

The inquiry goes on to absolve the police of any blame for the riot. It also commends the Greyhound landlord lan Twigg, for his swift response in initially containing the incident by locking the infected inside.

27 people were declared undead and fully animated. All 27 were subsequently 'neutralized' by police. The cause of the outbreak is still under investigation at this point.

The quarantine was lifted after 48 hours. A public service for those who died was held at the local parish in Penkull last Thursday.


Related report: Police clash with undead in UK




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