Motorists Surprised to See ‘Zombie Warning’ on PA Traffic Sign, Contact Police

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YORK COUNTY — Two messages on a PennDOT traffic board in Springettsbury Township caught the attention of motorists and the township’s police department Thursday, according to WPMT.

One sign warned the general public about zombies while the other was too explicit to post.

ZOMBIES
AHEAD!!
RUN!!!

The Springettsbury Township Police Department responded to the traffic board along East Market Street just before 5 p.m. and later in the night, took to Facebook.

“It appears that someone gained access to the sign and typed in their own messages,” according to the department’s Facebook post. “We hope there was no public alarm today as there were no reports of Zombies anywhere in Springettsbury Township.”

 

1 Comment

  • Fredric Underhill

    17 May 2018 was a Thursday. Sargent Joe Friday was off. Just the facts please.

    I bet the police will be surprised when their SUV is commandeered by by the Zombies.

    If they need a police car, I own one called Adam 12!!

    Seriously, Adam 12 and it’s for sale.

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