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By the third day, even more Los Angelenos are starting to become aware of the outbreak thanks to the increased police activity on the streets as well as the aforementioned leaks on the internet. Some citizens, including police officers who are aware that something is awry, begin to leave the city, causing traffic jams on the highways.
 
By the third day, even more Los Angelenos are starting to become aware of the outbreak thanks to the increased police activity on the streets as well as the aforementioned leaks on the internet. Some citizens, including police officers who are aware that something is awry, begin to leave the city, causing traffic jams on the highways.
   
A police-involved shooting of a homeless man in downtown Los Angeles incite protests by concerned citizens who are unaware of the fact the homeless man was a zombie and believed it was just another case of police brutality. (The incident with the homeless man was one of an increasing number of such incidents over the past forty-eight hours). As the tensions and unease increase, the shooting of a woman (also a zombie and witnessed by Chris) at the scene causes mass panic. This incident sparks a full-scale riot in the downtown area. This grants infected individuals the ability to attack and kill people without much notice. Riot police are dispatched to contain the riot, but many are also attacked by the infected amidst the chaos. As the riot spirals out of control, the city's power grid begins to sporadically fail, causing rolling blackouts in the downtown area and outlying suburbs. At about this time, [[Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462|Flight 462]] took off from [[Los Angeles Airport|LAX]] bound for [[Phoenix]].
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A police-involved shooting of a homeless man in downtown Los Angeles incite protests by concerned citizens who are unaware of the fact the homeless man was a zombie and believed it was just another case of police brutality. (The incident with the homeless man was one of an increasing number of such incidents over the past forty-eight hours). As the tensions and unease increase, the shooting of a woman (also a zombie and witnessed by Chris) at the scene causes mass panic. This incident sparks a full-scale riot in the downtown area. This grants infected individuals the ability to attack and kill people without much notice. Riot police are dispatched to contain the riot, but many are also attacked by the infected amidst the chaos. As the riot spirals out of control, the city's power grid begins to sporadically fail, causing rolling blackouts in the downtown area and outlying suburbs.
   
 
The riot continued to rage in the middle of the city and into the early hours of the following morning, allowing the outbreak to spread even further. Heavily armed units of the LAPD are seen shooting undead doctors and patients at a hospital which has been overrun. It can be assumed that the [[Los Angeles Fire Department|fire department]] becomes inoperative, as a massive blackout plunges the entire city into darkness, revealing fires in the streets and neighborhoods as even more panicked people tried flee the city. The next day, the Governor of California signs a state executive order mobilizing the National Guard and they proceed to enter the city to aid the ailing LAPD.[[File:Militarylastreet.jpg|thumb|left|Soldiers clearing a suburb of Los Angeles]]
 
The riot continued to rage in the middle of the city and into the early hours of the following morning, allowing the outbreak to spread even further. Heavily armed units of the LAPD are seen shooting undead doctors and patients at a hospital which has been overrun. It can be assumed that the [[Los Angeles Fire Department|fire department]] becomes inoperative, as a massive blackout plunges the entire city into darkness, revealing fires in the streets and neighborhoods as even more panicked people tried flee the city. The next day, the Governor of California signs a state executive order mobilizing the National Guard and they proceed to enter the city to aid the ailing LAPD.[[File:Militarylastreet.jpg|thumb|left|Soldiers clearing a suburb of Los Angeles]]
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*[[Clark Home]]
 
*[[Clark Home]]
 
*[[Liza's Home]]
 
*[[Liza's Home]]
*[[Los Angeles Airport|LAX]]
 
   
 
==Notable Residents==
 
==Notable Residents==
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