The zombie apocalypse has started in Spokane, and the City of Spokane has closed several roads to help keep citizens safe from the growing army of the undead.
The SyFy Channel production of Z Nation has started filming in Spokane and filming will force the closure of 1st Street, from Adams to Monroe Street, and Madison Avenue, from Sprague Avenue to 2nd Street.
Remain calm, all is well, as those closures will only be in effect Wednesday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The production is being shot by North by Northwest and produced by The Asylum, the company behind such SyFy fare as 'Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus,' 'Mega Python vs. Gatoroid,' 'Nazis at the Center of the Earth' and the 2013 cult hit 'Sharknado.'
Filming for Z Nation is up and, well, not running, more like shambling because, well, zombies.
Tuesday afternoon the crew was out shooting a scene on the Howard Street Bridge. For residents walking by, there were taken aback by the sight.
"I'm surprised by it," Spokane resident Tim Burke said. "I didn't know nothing about it, but it's cool. It's really cool, it's cool to see."