WARNING, WARNING, THIS AREA HAS BEEN QUARANTINED
DATE: March 26th, 2016; 5:23pm
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“This just in, reporting to you live CJAD 800. According to our local forensic scientists down at the Mont Royal police department, we regret to inform you that there has has been an outbreak of the Lyssaviruses. For those of you who do not know, the Lyssavirus is a genus of RNA viruses in the order Mononegavirales, in the family Rhabdoviridae, otherwise known as rabies. Though many of you have already noticed, the citizens of Montreal have been greatly affected by this outbreak, causing fevers, trouble swallowing, agitation, excess salivation, hallicuations and in rare cases, extreme outbursts. Due to this, many of you have been sectioned off into safe facilities, the most common one being the hospital. All locations have been QUARANTINED. If you are hearing this, we ask that you remain indoors. All businesses, schools and organizations are closed for the time being, placing Montreal on a city wide lockdown. We have police patrolling the streets in hazard suits to make sure there is no one left on the streets.
Causes of this occurrence has been determined by bacteria that has made itself into the water. Scientists have discovered that the source has come from the saliva of a pack of foxes that were injected with Lyssavirus. The animals have been contained and are being treated to the best of their ability. However, we ask that you steer clear of any water source that comes directly from the city of Montreal’s water supply. Any water that comes from Public Works, Sherbrooke water tower or Westminster Water Supply has been affected and must not be consumed. If you have consumed the water we ask that you see a medical expert as soon as possible.
Keep in mind that rabies a fatal virus. If you are experiencing any abnormal symptoms you must be treated. However, due to the power outage in Mont Royal and Saint Laurent, we are aware it is incredibly difficult to find help. We will be contacting others through radio, and the use of cellphones. Thus, please contain any battery you have left. This is a city wide emergency report. Everyone is required to stay in doors, and stay cautious. Medical experts, police officers and firefighters are doing their upmost best to contain this virus. But for the time being we ask that everyone stay safe, stay alert and stay grounded.
Tune in to CJAD 800 for any further reports.”