A fire broke loose at an elementary school in Cabrio, AZ., killing 47 children. There was only one survivor, Ellen Aims, who escaped by jumping out a broken window. She suffered deep lacerations and loss of blood. A hurried transfusion is the only thing that saved her life. Within half an hour, Ellen began to suffer from the symptoms of Solanum infection. The medical staff did not understand this and suspected the blood to be contaminated by other diseases. While tests were under way, the child died. In full view of the staff, witnesses, and parents, she reanimated and bit the attending nurse. Ellen was restrained, and the nurse put in quarantine.The doctor on call relayed the details of his case to a college in Phoenix. A couple hours later, doctors from the Centers for Disease Control arrived, escorted by local law enforcement and "nondescript federal agents" Both Ellen and the infected nurse were airlifted to an undisclosed location for "further treatment." All hospital records and the entire blood supply were confiscated. The CDC never revealed any further details and refuses to comment on the matter.