Incident AO-3

The incident took place during routine monitoring of SCP-XXXX when someone who was looking over SCP-XXXX was exposed to an information leak concerning SCP-1128, and went without receiving the proper treatment. Upon coming into close proximity of SCP-XXXX's cell, SCP-XXXX entered A.S. and broke containment, seizing the individual before killing them. An alarm was sounded and the Site went on lock down, guards being mobilized to apprehend SCP-XXXX. However, previous measures were unable to stop SCP-XXXX as it immediately broke through the same shutter that had stopped it before. Shortly after breaking containment, SCP-XXXX left the Site.

After MTFs were notified, SCP-XXXX was picked up on satellite imaging as it ran across the rural area surrounding the Site. It eventually came to a large body of water but instead of stopping, SCP-XXXX kept going, running on the surface of the water. It continued to accelerate as it ran, reaching speeds greater than Mach two. Shortly afterward SCP-XXXX arrived in the patrol territory of Mobile Containment Force Kappa-12 but dived under water before it could be engaged. Radar tracked SCP-XXXX as it went further down and eventually, came across SCP-1128. Thirty minutes later SCP-XXXX resurfaced, unconscious and with a visible reduction in size. It was then re-contained by Kappa-12 and sent back to Site-2S.

After SCP-XXXX was re-contained, a debriefing was done with Kappa-12's Commander.

Interviewer: Dr. Finch

Interviewed: Kappa-12 Commander.

<Begin Log,>

Commander: Where'd ya want me to start Dr. Finch?

Dr. Finch: From the beginning, Commander.

Commander: Alight then. It was a usual day on patrol for us, nothing, major hitting our scope. That was until we got a call from base telling us we got a rouge one booking it our way. I told the crew that we should be ready for a scrap cause it was about to hit the fan. Till the thing decided to just dip beneath the surface.

Dr. Finch: You were able to get a visual on SCP-XXXX before it dived underwater?

Commander: If you count a blur and splash as a visual then yeah, we saw it. It didn't bother with us at all though, instead just going straight for ol' fishy down there.

Dr. Finch: It says here in the report that through the use of sonar and frequency conversion you were able to pick up on audio coming from their location. What were you able to hear?

Commander: Buncha screaming from 1128 and not much else. However, we did pick up on some heavy bass, probably meant somebody was getting slammed around but its not like we'd know. I'm honestly surprised this debrief is happening in the first place. Other than just follow protocol of course.

Dr. Finch: Please refrain from deviating from the discussion at hand. Is there anything else you know about the encounter?

Commander: Nope, after it came back up we bagged it and headed here.

Dr. Finch: Thank you for your time.

<End Log,>

Just hours after being contained SCP-XXXX woke up and began to violently spasm. This went on for two hours before SCP-XXXX went comatose where it has remained to this day.

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