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Local residents west of Abiline, Texas awoke to a horrific sight on Saturday morning, at least 2 dozen corpses littered the nearby interstate 20, the result of an accident in which the trailer carrying them had rolled over.
The accident which took place about 50 miles west of the city of Abilene, happened during the early morning hours and closed both sides of the I20 for several hours. Tailbacks stretched for miles as frustrated drivers came to terms that their travel plans were being put on hold until the clean up could be made.
Military and government officials responded to the accident shortly after it happened, and all video and camera takers were immediately detained. The above photo was anonymously sent to ZWN by camera phone. Helicopters and reporters were barred from the area citing "biohazard" concerns, and witnesses to the accident were being briefed by the military.
Chained bodies still 'alive'
All reporters are then told by local Sheriff officials that we must stop all interviews and leave the area immediately. We are assured that they will answer any questions later. However, all subsequent follow-up calls and emails are dismissed as well as any inquiries to military and government officials. BioZ Freightliners issued a "no comment " statement about the incident.
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