A giant blob of foam is swallowing up a street in Santa Clara, California.
A malfunction in a fire alarm at a new hanger at the San Jose, Calif. airport flooded a nearby street with billowing mountains of foam, creating an nearly irresistible white foamscape that reached the top of stop signs.
A fire alarm in an airport hangar in the USA state reportedly malfunctioned and the fire retardant foam began to fill the street in Santa Clara to Mineta San Jose International Airport just on Friday, according to San Jose Police.
The foam stopped flowing at about 1:30 p.m. Now police are blocking it off to prevent copycats. "But no one can go inside the building (to investigate) because the foam is still inside the building". The suds-covered cyclists (who may or may not be members of the alt-right, but whose political stance doesn't particularly matter in a story about a blob) told reporters that police in the area had given them permission to ride through. "We were on the other side and the officers over there were like 'you should ride through.' And I was like, 'OK you guys don't mind?' So we made a decision to do it". In the middle it's probably 10 feet tall.
NZ quake town evacuation almost complete
Harry Harris said that the USS Sampson has two MH-60R Seahawk helicopters on board the warship to help in the evacuation efforts. A local state of emergency has been declared for the region of Canterbury, which is home to the areas hardest hit by the quake.
Check out this awesome bike rider, cycling through a spewing foam spill in Santa Clara.
"When it goes off, all of the foam gets discharged", San Jose Fire Capt. Mitch Matlow told the Mercury News.