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Police: 'No reports of zombies' in Pennsylvania despite strange road sign Thursday

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Police: 'No reports of zombies' in Pennsylvania despite strange road sign ThursdayA road sign with "strange" messages, including one about zombies on it, caught the attention of drivers and police Thursday.
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News video: Police Reassure Public 'No Reports of Zombies' in Pennsylvania

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Police in Pennsylvania want you to know there is no zombie stampede, despite a road sign warning of the walking dead. Nathan Rousseau Smith shows us.

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