Bangor city officials put a new spin on a pandemic drill. The disease wasn’t avian flu or SARS, though. It was a zombie apocalypse. Kathy Knight, director of the Northeastern Maine Regional Resource Center, “said the idea was to get responders to ‘think outside the box. They need to figure out what they need, how they’re going to respond and how they are going to share their resources to respond to the disaster. They need to know who to go to outside their community to find the resources they don’t have, so it’s a different twist.’” Read the article from the Bangor Daily News here, and the Huffington Post’s coverage of the event here.