FORT MILL, S.C. -- Caution: Zombies ahead?
Two electronic road signs on S.C. 160 near the York-Lancaster county lines were apparently tampered with sometime before 4 a.m. Sunday, said Lance Cpl. Billy Elder of the Highway Patrol.
One sign read "Zombies Ahead" and rotated to "Watch for Hunters." On the other side of the road, another sign read "Be alert for Tanks."
The electronic signs were put on Highway 160 near the Lancaster County line to alert drivers of a night road paving project scheduled to start March 27, said Ken Wilson, resident construction engineer for the S.C. Department of Transportation in Lancaster County.
Those signs, typically used to alert drivers to road construction or changes in traffic patterns, were turned off Sunday night and are being reprogrammed.
The DOT directed the contractor doing the road work to put up those signs, Wilson said. C R Jackson's Darlington branch is the construction company performing the road work.
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