Wall of Foam from Airport Floods into a California Street

Shelby Rogers
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A hangar of the San Jose International Airport malfunctioned. Flame retardant foam is flowing out into the surrounding area, padding the surrounding pavement in the bright white substance.

You can see the snow rippling near the hangar, slowly growing and surrounding the cars as officials stand around trying to decide a next move to handle the foam.

You can watch a full livestream of the coverage below form ABC News affiliates:

Any wind blows the foam with ease down nearby streets. It's like when you take a handful of bubbles and blow them from your hands.

The video even shows the foam covering a passing biker completely.

There's no word yet as to what caused the malfunction.

The story is still developing. 

[Featured Image Courtesy of BloomTV]

Via ABC News


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