Traffic Delays for Road Work, Not Zombies

Published: February 5, 2009
Pranksters in at least three states are corrupting electronic road signs meant to warn drivers of road work. The latest breach came Tuesday during the morning rush hour near Collinsville, Ill., where hackers changed a sign along Interstate 255 to read, “Daily lane closures due to zombies.” A day earlier in Hamilton County, Ind., the electronic board in a construction zone warned drivers of “Raptors ahead — Caution.” And signs in Austin, Tex., recently flashed: “Zombies in area! Run.” The authorities have not figured out how the signs are being reached. (AP)

2 Responses to “Traffic Delays for Road Work, Not Zombies”

  1. We are big Zombie fans here in Austin. A few years back when American Idol auditions came to town, me and 20 some-odd other people went down there dressed as the living dead. Demanding “Brains!” & “Fame!”
    They gave us a golden ticket and then asked us to leave the premises.

    American Idol can’t tell zombies what to do…

  2. Boomboomcausha Says:

    I gota most to Austin then o.o
    Faaaaame! >.> <.< Zombie Idol would be so much more worth to watch than WanabeIdol

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