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    Posted July 27, 2014 by
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    Car hits woman at ComicCon Zombie Walk

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     MarcoLoya37 witnessed this incident Saturday during San Diego Comic-Con's zombie walk. "When we crossed the street, there were tons of us and some guy in the car was honking at some zombies that were right in front of me and was making them feel threatened by also moving the car a little forward, so then I saw a zombie sit on the front of his car and that's when the guy in the car ran people over and knocked down the guy that tried to sit on his car."

    CNN affiliate KFMB reported that a 64-year-old woman suffered a serious arm injury. According to the KFMB report, the driver and his family, who police said were deaf, was trying to get away from zombie walkers who had climbed onto the car and were pounding on it, even breaking its windshield.

    "'The family was scared so the father drove forward again trying to get away from the angry crowd,'" the report quoted San Diego police Officer David Stafford as saying. The driver stopped when he reached the officer.

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    zombies were having our annual walk and well when we crossed the street there was tons of us and some guy in the car was honking at some zombies and was making them feel threatened by also moving the car a little and zombies got mad and sat on the front of his car & that's when the guy in the car ran people over.

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