Manhattan, NY - The latest reports from the FBI of a terrorist attack are now due to what zoologists are calling "heavily mutated animals," estimated to be sixty feet long.
The National Guard was unsuccessful at stopping the animal responsible for the attack on the Red Hook Waterfront. Despite efforts, it is currently nearing the Brooklyn Bridge. Reports state that the other two animals are also moving North, although one of them has yet to leave the water. The other was briefly on Governors Island, resulting in structural damage.
Additional search and rescue services are being called in from surrounding counties. Anyone near the waterfronts of Brooklyn Heights, Lower Manhattan, Tribeca, and Jersey City are encouraged to heed local law enforcement warnings and evacuate further inland along designated safety routes. If unable to evacuate, the FBI recommends taking shelter in basement areas or the interiors of buildings, away from any windows or exterior walls.
We are closely monitoring this story and will update when provided with new information.