Saturday night near Comic-Con, a man driving with his kids sped up to get through a "zombie walk" and hit a 64-year-old woman with his car.

A zombie walk near Comic-Con in San Diego got a little too real on Saturday night, when participants dressed as zombies allegedly attacked a car, causing the driver to hit and injure a 64-year-old woman.

A man and his children were stopped at an intersection, waiting for the zombies to walk by. But the scene was freaking out his kids, so he started inching forward, hoping to get through.

Police say the zombies then surrounded his car and started beating on it and one even jumped on the hood and broke the windshield. So the driver hit the gas, and that's when he hit the woman.

She suffered non-life-threatening injuries, including a possible broken arm. The man kept driving, with some zombies chasing him, until he found a cop on the street, who diffused the situation. No arrests were made, but police are still investigating.

Not that it makes any difference, but everyone in the car was deaf.

Several videos of this chaos have hit the web, and while none give a totally clear picture of the events, it really doesn't seem like the "zombies" were being too aggressive. This might just have been a case of the driver overreacting.