Foam party or fire department malfunction?
It appears that its the latter what the residents of Santa Clara, California, experienced.
A malfunction at the San Jose airport in a new hangar caused a malfunction, which has resulted in a foam flooding on the streets.
The foam stopped flowing out of the vents of the hangar at around 1:30 p.m. PST on Friday.
Jonathan Bloom, a reporter in San Francisco, posted the following video on Twitter.
It may look like a foam party, but it's far from it. The San Jose fire department warned residents not to go near the substance as it is a carcinogen. The fire retardant is known to cause an irritation to the skin.
It's non-toxic, but the substance could be a skin irritant to some.
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