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|The Strolton Bridge Incident|
|Part of Invasion of Daresia|
|Empire of Daresia||United Confederation of Eurasia|
|Major Siela Strassagne||TBA|
| 217th Company
|12th Army Group|
|Casualties and Losses|
Vast majorities of Civilians
|A † symbol denotes that an individual died during the conflict.|
- "Why is the Militia.. the Confederation are within the evacuees?!"
- ― Siela Strassagne, noticing the militia firing upon civilians
The Strolton Bridge Incident was an evacuation task given to the 217th Company, during the Invasion of Daresia on March 24, 1940. In the midst of evacuating the rescuees, being civilians and military personnel alike, the Confederation's forces assaulted the evacuees.
Evacuation on the Bridge
Unable to use aircraft as a mode of evacuation due to heavy activity, the Strolton Bridge was considered to be the safest route of evacuation. ---
Strolton Bridge Incident
Constantly moving across the bridge, the 217th Company's infantry personnel continued to participate in the evacuation, until an unexpected explosion at the entrance of the bridge occured. Immediately followed by several firefights on the bridge. An emergency scramble was announced, and the presence of the Confederation on the bridge was confirmed. Among the Daresian Militia, multiple soldiers fired upon fleeing evacuees, which was interrupted by Siela's squad, who was the first to engage the disguised militia and were quickly reinforced by militia squads to prevent the disguised confederation from firing upon the evacuees.