It was a new day.
No-one was allowed outside to embrace the dawn, to bask in the golden tendrils of the sun which snaked across the sky seeing off the night.
The sirens had gone off and in an orderly exodus they had gone to the mountain caverns.
Many had stayed behind to give the young a chance, each having been drugged unknowingly to respond immediately without fear or flight when the inevitable happened.
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