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Police Clash with Undead in UK
According to Staffordshire police, "the landlord was concerned after a large scuffle broke out between his drinkers. It got so out of hand that he locked them all inside and called us."
When police squad cars arrived, four officers attempted to enter the pub. It was only then that they realized the situation was considerably more dangerous than initially estimated.
Landlord Alan Twigg describes the scene. "The officers arrived, shouted that they were police and opened the door. Two of them went in straight away. But within less than a minute they ran out again. Both of them looked petrified. They called for back up and kept shouting in their radios 'Code B'.*
Within the next hour, a half mile radius of Penkhull was cordoned off. Police began to evacuate local residents, and all homes and businesses were being searched.
However, It was soon established that the undead outbreak was in fact contained to the Greyhound pub.
Whilst local police were still establishing the quarantine area, the main glass window of the public house shattered.
Chaos ensued as police, other emergency services, members of the local press, and onlookers alike ran for safety. Hand to hand skirmishes between police and zombified antagonists spread through the small urban town. Small pockets of running battles were reported for most of the afternoon. As attacks spread, so did the virus. Three police and one member of local newspaper 'The Sentinel' were all dispatched to a local quarantine facility.
Police finally declared that the situation was contained and neutralized around 6:15pm.
A spokeswoman for Staffordshire police said, "we just don't know at this point where the mortosis carriers came from. Although we believe it was spread initially by as few as one or two individuals. All others became infected during the chaos of the afternoon. We appeal to the public to stay vigilant but do not panic. This was an isolated incident of infection."
'Code B' is the name given by British police for a 'Level B' undead outbreak.
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