MOTILENE EXPLOSION IN SCARGILL MINE
Train Tracks Severely Damaged
Last week, citizens in the vicinity of the village's main Motilene facility noticed a loud explosion. Authorities were quick to announce that no explosion had taken place. However the entrance to Apple Holm Station was immediately closed and has remained closed ever since. Moreover, this reporter observed toxic fumes rising from the train station. Authorities refuse to speculate what effects this might have on the Motilene pumping system, on which all our mechanical devices depend.
A secondary concern is the village's transportation system. Despite documented warnings by engineering staff, Scargill Mining dug its tunnels directly beneath the train tracks that lead to the Britannia Bridge. Although these tracks are not currently being used, the damage means they will not be usable in the future, which will make it more difficult for citizens to (continued on page 2)