Nursey Way

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Whether this picture was taken before or after the outbreak is unknown, as the area was somewhat of a slum.
Nursey Way

Wyke Hills [56,91]

Atkins Row Winsor Alley wasteland
the Pack Building Nursey Way wasteland
a factory a carpark a junkyard

Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

In June 2005, a street gang known as the WHR, or Wyke Hills Reds entered the Northern part of Wyke Hills to avenge the death of one of their members, murdered by a rival gang known as 40 Thieves. Around one A.M., they entered the then increasingly post-industrial area where the Theives had their hangout. The first thing they noticed was the lack of homeless people. The cardboard boxes, shopping carts, and other various paraphernalia that belonged to these vagrants lay strewn around the street, but there was no sign of the people. Paying little attention to the road, the driver of the Reds' vehicle accidentally ran aver a slow-moving pedestrian. The driver lost control of his car and spun into the side of a building. Before the Reds could repair the damaged vehicle or fully berate their companion for his lack of driving skill, they saw the injured pedestrian move.Despite a broken back, the victim began crawling toward the street gang. One of the Reds raised his pistol and shot the man through the chest. Not only did this fail to stop the crawling man, but it sent a soundwave echoing across a several block radius. The Reds fired several more shots, all striking his chest, all producing minimal results. His last shot entered the figure's skull, ending it's life. The Reds never had time to discover exactly what they had killed. Suddenly the heard a moan that seemed to come from all directions. What they had taken as shadows in streetlights was a crowd of more than forty zombies approaching from all directions.

With their car wrecked, the Reds took off down the street, literally running through the thinnest line of zombies. After several blocks, they encountered, ironically, the remaining members of 40 Thieves, also on foot after their hangout and vehicles had been ruined. Forsaking rivalry for survival, the two gangs called a truce and set out in search of either escape or safe refuge. They made it to a nearby warehouse, where they made their stand.