Case file #5977
Buried by Gifts
I received a call for another freak accident. Just another day in my life honestly. I arrived at the site and was greeted by an interesting site. Apparently whoever did the decoration for this house decided that the wanted their whole house to be a Christmas present. I knocked on the door and received no answer. I tried the doorknob on the off chance it was left unlocked. No such luck. With a sigh, I debated my options until a creaking sound grabbed my attention. I looked up noticing the door was starting to bend. I quickly jumped away from the door before it burst open as Christmas presents began to rain out of the door. I heard the crashing of glass as the presents started to break the windows and poor out of the new opening. I didn't think next and what I did was definitely against protocol but who has that kind of time when someone could be dying. I started to fight my way through the seemingly endless presents. I heard a muffled sound that sounded vaguely human and started to work my way towards it. I finally felt my hand hit some kind of flesh I didn't bother to verify anything and grabbed a hold of what I assumed was a leg and started to drag the person towards the door. It took quite a while to reach the door. The weight seemed to increase with every step upon finally reaching the exit I realized the presents kept coming. The rescued person refused to leave the property apparently this was something they wanted. Strange I know but for me, this was the norm in my line of work. I'm not sure what happened to them I left after securing the target.
*update I attempted to walk down the street where this incident happened only to learn the street is covered in presents now. We may need to have the cleaning crew come through to take care of this problem.
**update I've contacted the cleaning crew hopefully no one died being buried alive in gifts.
***last update The cleaning crew cleaned up only one person is MIA it's being transferred to the missing person department. I'll be called in to tell them everything I know.
I wish that I could erase a word from everyone's memory.