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Broadcast on old Chernarussian and U.S. Signals

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DocofPinewood    32

*An american women's voice comes on, an old transmission last heard eight months ago, repeats the same message over and over beginning in mid sentence.*

"ated inside Chernarus. Request immediate evacuation of all personnel and staff. Secured from hostiles inside gates. Cannot hold out much longer. Over"

*The Message repeats starting from the beginning*

"This is the United States Embassy located inside Chernarus. Request immediate evacuation of all personnel and staff. Secured from hostiles inside gates. Cannot hold out much longer. Over"

*The Message repeats over and over constantly.*

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*The Signal is heard by the USS Walker and replied to as followed*

This is Captain Jason Wells of The United States Navy, do you copy?

*Transmission ends*

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Eduardo hears the message over the radio.

After hearing about it and thinking about the words said by both parties

 He throws his radio on the ground and smashes it repeatedly with a spiked baseball bat in an effort to avoid the headache.

 

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DocofPinewood    32

*The women's voice stops in mid sentence, replaced by a man in his late 30's.*

 "This is the United States Embassy located inside Chernarus. Request immediate evac' the mans voice starts 'This Roy Baker U.S. Ambassador to Chernarus. Sorry about that captain I just figured out how to turn that darn message off."

*Roy turning and looking at the ocean from his window putting his lit cigar on his ash tray begins to speak again.*

"Its good to hear a sound another voice, we are settled now in a town not far from the original Embassy location. We are calling it Freeport, we are no longer in deep distress however any supplies you can spare would be greatly appreciated."

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