As if straight out of a horror movie, blood bubbled into the streets of Koscierzyna, a small polish town, the other day.
Quite the horrible scene I’m sure, especially for the two separate sets of children that walk these streets on their way to school just blocks away.
Had I stumbled upon something like this as a little one, I have a feeling my childhood would of been a little different growing up.
Luckily, the blood was only from a meat packing plant near by having a bit of a drainage problem, and not the evidence of a much scarier scenario.
The Telegraph writes:
After bubbling out through holes in the covers, the blood formed a river of red that flowed along a road in the Polish town forming large bloody puddles.
An investigation revealed that the blood had come from a meat processing plant and had seeped onto the streets because of a blocked drain.
“Police were called and we are investigating to find who is responsible for this,” said Janusz Matrejek, a spokesman for the regional police headquarters.
Confronted with pools of blood on their streets locals reacted with horror.
“There are two schools on the street where a large amount of blood was flowing,” wrote one angry resident on a news website. “The blood was also heading towards a local market. When you consider public health this situation is appalling.”
To read more and see video, visit telegraph.co.uk