LegoCity was hit at the core this past Tuesday with
an explosion shaking most of uptown. The bomb blew out the upper floor of the Two-Way Transportation Building,
blowing the windows out and causing severe damage to the office towers that come off the back. Initial Reports indicate
that a group called Lego First had planted the bomb. The group is known for being against the support of American movements
in Iraq, and against the Legoian Government for supporting the Americans. "It's funny that things like this are starting
to happen in our civilized nation!" said one man who wished not to be indentified. "These losers will not take over
The sentiment arounf LegoCity tonight seems to be the
sameway. "No matter what these terror groups do, I will always support my government and help build these buildings
better than before" said Jill McPherson.
At 9:05 AM, the City Main Alarm went off for all Firemen
to report to the station house. It took crews from LegoCity and Fort Legoredo to put out the flames. Unfortunetly
3 lives were lost. Most of the damage is on the second floor, and the main lobby area. Two-Way Spokeswoman Donna
Fall said to the crowd of Media that Two-Way top executives have already met with contractors to re-build the building even
while crews were still putting out the fires.
The explosion did prompt national officials to evacuate
important officials from LegoCity including the President, Vice President, Speaker of the Assembly, and the Queen. The
Chief Judge of Justice remained in town however, mostly at the request of the Assembly to make sure some part of the government
would still be in town. The President, Vice President, the Speaker, and the Queen were all moved to undisclosed locations.
The event also caused the lockdown of Fort Legoredo to make sure nothing more would happen.
The Two-Way Transportation Building was built in the
1920's and was originally a Train Station. First Lego Bank used the design across Constantinople St. for their bank
a few years later. When trains moved out of LegoCity, the building served as LegoCity Hall for many years, until the
seat of government moved back to LegoCity in the late 1990's. The building then served as the temporary National Assembly
builiding until 2003 when LegoCity's lease on the building was up. Two-Way Transportation decided not to renew the lease
and to move its headquarters from Legotron to LegoCity, Constructing a multi-million office tower complex behind the building.
Report Submitted by: Al Luminium WATE NEWS LegoCity