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On Monday, the usual schedule of U.S. TV program was interrupted by the news of a "zombie apocalypse." "Dead bodies are awakening from their graves" - told the audience on TV, reports Guardian.This happened because the hacked alert system and public television stations KRTV, CW. The channel KRTV extra audio information about the zombie audience heard during a commercial break, and on the CW warning came during the popular program Steve Wilkos Show.KRTV on its website reported that hackers broadcast reports of "corpses, awakening from their graves" in several districts of Montana. TV engineers are now studying how this could happen. "The message did not come from our station, and appears as a result of a hacker attack. Our engineers are looking where it`s a warning, will tend to a similar incident does not happen again, "- said in KRTV.It is noted that the reported occurrence of "zombie apocalypse" was accompanied by all the necessary attributes of an emergency public warning. This was followed by a call to all citizens to exercise extreme caution, as the zombie "pose a serious danger to the living," and "under no circumstances should you attempt to contact them."The police in Montana said they called four people to confirm the reality reported zombie attack and tell us what to do in such cases.