Outside Comic-Con International: San Diego, the annual zombie walk was taking over the downtown area. A crowd of people where doing their best zombie impressions, when one impatient car started driving through the crowd.

San Diego Police Department said, a deaf family with small children in the black Honda Accord was stopped near 2nd and Island avenues just after 5:30 p.m., waiting for participants of the Zombie Walk to cross.

After a few minutes of waiting, the car started to creep forward into the crowd. According to the SDPD, people participating in the zombie walk started to punch the car as the 48-year-old father tried to pass. The family was said to be frightened, so the father took off through the crowd and struck a 64-year-old woman. She ended up falling under the car and sustained serious arm injuries.

The man continued to drive down the street, until he reached a police officer. The zombies also chased the driver down the street. The driver has been cited, but will not be criminally charged.

On the other hand, the zombies are saying the driver wasn't frightened, just angry. Witnesses said the driver was incessantly honking and drove forward. A parader sat on the hood of the car, but the driver continued to accelerate. As other started to stand in front of the car, the driver floored it. Witnesses believe his window wasn't cracked by them but by a body of a person he hit. Many more videos are coming out showing the incident, so it's hard to determine the real story.