Edinburgh's First Zombie Cases?
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, Scotland - Field reporter E. McPherson
am this morning, A patient was admitted to the Royal Infirmary, Accident &
Emergency ward. His injury was a bite wound to the shoulder. He was described
as being in a 'panic stricken and somewhat incoherent state' by an hospital
worker. Throughout the morning, other cases arrived with similar symptoms.
By mid day, a total of 12 cases had been admitted.
In a dramatic turn of events, Armed guards are now stationed at the ward entrance. The entire ward has been closed to new patients. Previous patients have been relocated.
Hospital spokesperson Dr. Simon Callowell spoke at a Press conference a short while ago. He stated: "Of the twelve cases admitted this morning, we can confirm seven of them have tested positive for the Necro-Mortosis virus. The five other cases are still under close observation."
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