A new report from the Satori Highway Patrol shows that Linden Roads have a surprising new problem; roadkill.
“It’s like they’re guts are embedded into the road,” said one officer, “as though they were a 2D image attached to the road. It’s eerie.”
The SHP report makes no conclusion about the roadkill, but anecdotally adds that most of the roadkill is the rare Linden Skunk, a particularly foul smelling animal blamed for problems in Linden Road layouts.
“You’d avoid them too if you could,” said the officer.
A GEMC Detroit Pacific (link) has stopped near Linden roadkill on a road outside Mowry Town.