Carmagedon Just a Coverup for Massive Zombie Outbreak
The government has shut down a major interstate highway under the claim that there is major road construction that has to take place. In the mean time, absolutely no one is allowed on the road for over 48 hours. The real reason? A massive zombie outbreak has been detected and the government has to have space to contain it.
From LATimes here:
As construction progressed on the Mulholland Drive bridge over the 405 Freeway on Saturday afternoon, city and county officials toured the site and praised organizers for a smooth sailing “Carmageddon.”
City Councilman Paul Koretz and county Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky visited the construction site early Saturday afternoon.
Yaroslavsky had previously taken a helicopter tour of the area, and said he was impressed with what he saw. “No one is on Santa Monica Beach or Zuma Beach. Hardly anyone is on [the] Pacific Coast Highway. It’s dead as a doornail out there,” he said. “There are no choke points anywhere we can see — there are no holdups anywhere.”
This is not quite a city wide outbreak, but it is significant that it requires federal and military intervention. This would put it somewhere just below a class 4 outbreak.
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