Kamas -- It only looked like a run on the bank.
Ford trucks, SUVs and mini-vans -- a car every 10 seconds -- and pedestrians crashed the Zions drive-through windows Saturday on this homey mountain town's Main Street.
But even though cops and paramedics cased the scene, there was no crime and no threat to the cash. Instead, for two hours, hundreds poured into Zions Bank in Kamas and Coalville to practice how to cope with bioterrorism or another public-health emergency. For practice, volunteers relayed the information back to the county's emergency operations center.