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What's the Worst That Could Happen?

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Post by Jace Jones on January 18th 2017, 6:56 pm

Ever look at a light when you’re waiting for traffic and just think “man- this is taking forever”? Well Jace had that same problem with just about everything most of the time. However, today was not one of those days as the speedster blew past the stopped traffic in his wheelchair, hopping up shooting across the guardrail at near highway speeds. His cart was really moving- having been speed up by his superhuman hand movements and he was gaining on the the man on the motorcycle as he weaved in and out of the bumper-to-bumper traffic on 51 South towards the heart of phoenix.

“You gotta slow down man!” Jace, who was locally known as the speedster Marathon, yelled to the helmeted man and his passenger who hugged the chest of the driver like a baby sloth.
Instead of responding the passenger on the back of the offroading bike, a woman by the look of her torso, pulled a pistol from her jacket pocket and trained it on Marathon, who had just caught up.

To a normal person the act was cruel, cold, and almost instant. To Jace, the act was slow, sloppy, and had far too much flair. To most it would have been a blur but to him she had to reach in, fish around for the right grip, pull it out, tug a bit harder because of how snugly the gun fit, extend her arm, point it at him, adjust for the high winds, bring it back on target, and only THEN (after what seemed like an eternity) did she pull back on the trigger and fire.

Needless to say, Jace didn’t stick around in the same position long enough to have her shot have any impact. In the time it took her to do that, he’d hopped the rail to the road and fell in behind them. The shoot went wide and embedded itself in the concrete that bordered the 51.

The pair had committed a double homicide in Flagstaff and the cops had given up chasing them- opting to set up a roadblock outside of the city. They were clearly heading for the border but Marathon had decided to cut them off in the city- there was no telling what kind of civilian casualties the pair could cause.
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