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News producer, unsure if student illness is apocalyptic virus or bad burrito, goes with Armageddon

Nashville, TN - A local news producer is celebrating this morning after making the tough decision to run a news graphic suggesting an apocalyptic viral outbreak in Middle Tennessee.

The decision came when it was announced that a local college student was undergoing precautionary testing due to mild symptoms that could be a virus.

The anonymous producer told reporters, "As soon as I saw the story about the student, I knew we needed to jump on it before everyone else. I figured the results were either going to be an apocalyptic virus or a bad burrito. I went with Armageddon."

At this time, the viral infection has yet to be confirmed and the test results have not been announced. Still, the news outlet is standing behind their graphic.

This is a developing story.

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