National Guard troops exchanged automatic weapons fire with heavily armed suspected Miami gang members attempting to shoot through a Mortosis Quarantine Checkpoint on Interstate 95 early this morning.
According to National Guard and police reports, at about 2:30 AM this morning, six SUV’s approached “Checkpoint Alpha,” the first of four checkpoints on I-95 north leading out of the city. Troops and Mortosis inspectors approaching the vehicles came under immediate automatic weapons fire, as the SUV’s suddenly speeded forward and through the Checkpoint. National Guard troops returned fire, succeeding in stopping the vehicles about one mile past the checkpoint. Four National Guard soldiers were injured, one seriously and at least 8 gang members were killed and one civilian is reported to also have been seriously injured in the ensuing firefight.
Investigators announced their search of the vehicles discovered 10 AK-47 assault riffles, over 2000 rounds of ammunition, a fully functional grenade launcher along with over $400,000 in cash and 250 pounds of cocaine concealed within the airbag compartments of the SUV.
at what we’re up against. They’re armed as well as we
are, it’s like fighting an army. It looks like they wanted out
real bad, and almost made it,” said one investigator on the
scene who refused to be identified.
erupted over Governor Crist’s announcement that, in light of
this morning’s violence, all Miami area evacuees must first
exit their vehicles before National Guard troops will approach them
for inspection and directing then towards “Necro-Mortosis”
Following several heated exchanges between Taylor and Schlader, they both left the room, and Governor Crist and several FEMA representatives to conduct the remainder of the press conference.
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FEMA emergency refugee stations have been set up at Fort Stewart in
updated information including assigned evacuation points, school closure
information and emergency assistance:
Golden Glades . Helicopter patrols shot and rekilled one reanimator last night. Separately, a medical worker was attacked on 146th street yesterday. The attacker/s have not been located at this point.
Miami Downtown . Sporadic looting of downtown stores continues. National Guard teams have arrested 207 suspected looters so far. The Governor describes the looters as "deplorable opportunists."
Ojus. A taxi driver was reportedly bitten by a fare dodger. The driver has been quarantined.
Sunny Isles Beach. Two floating undead washed ashore with the incoming tide late last night. Both were gathered and neutralized by beach patrols.
Miami is in a quarantine situation. All non essential traffic is prohibited within the effected boundaries.
Residents are allowed to leave the area, but please be advised that you will face long waits at government processing centers before an exit visa is permitted.
A 6.00pm - 6.00am curfew is also in effect.
Beaches along the Florida coast remain closed until further notice
Police have requested that the public remain vigilant and report any
corpses, living or dead, that wash ashore. They have released a special
hotline emergency number -
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