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Beached Undead Cause Panic At Coast
Formby, UK
Posted: 23rd, Sept. 2009
ZWN Field Correspondent - H. Wallace(AP)

A local dog walker made a gruesome discovery early this morning. A total of three reanimates were found stranded in mud on a local beach. Ms. Tinsdale (58) and her terrier found the walking corpses stricken and flailing in the knee deep mud of a receding tide. Whilst initially shocked and terrified , Ms. Tinsdale was relieved to see that the reanimates where trapped in sinking sand and did not appear to be an immediate threat. She left immediately to summon help.

"When I returned" she said, "a group of local lads had found them. They were throwing things at them and larking about. Their dog was biting them and they were encouraging it. They left quick enough when the Police arrived though."

Emergency services had the area cordoned within minutes and a Police marksman were called in to eliminate the threat.

Remains
The retrieval of the reanimate remains on such precarious sand was slow but steady. After the removal was completed there was a moment of panic as a second set of remains, that of a further two reanimates were discovered, completely buried yet still animated. After careful extraction the two Mortosis victims were re killed by the Police.

One Police constable sustained a cut to the forearm and was immediately taken to Southport and Formby District General Hospital. It was not initially known if the injury was caused by one of the undead. He is under close quarantine. At this point calls to the hospital from ZWN have been unsuccessful.

After the cleanup operation was completed, local Assistant Chief Constable Brown gave a very brief press conference in which he said “Thanks to the local community for their vigilance in this time of undead activity, what could well have been a major disaster has been averted.” When asked of the condition regarding PC Wills, ACC Brown stated “PC Wills is currently undergoing treatment for an injury to the left forearm which initially appears to have been caused by a razor shell buried in the sand. Further tests will of course be conducted though. However, at this time we wish to remain positive”

Source unclear
The actual origin of the undead on the beach is unclear. It is widely speculated that the undead situation in N. Ireland may have swelled over to the UK. Britain has so far faired a lot better than most of it's European cousins. Due in large part to the Channel tunnel and strict sea border patrols. There have been several outbreaks, but only marginal ones at this point.



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