Intense heat causes cars to go airborne in Minnesota

Intense heat causes cars to go airborne in Minnesota

Temperatures soaring into the 90s with high humidity have caused some headaches in the Midwest, and has probably cost drivers a bit of money as well.

This video posted on YouTube shows drivers on a highway in Little Canada, MN (near St. Paul) getting airborne from a portion of the road that buckled in the heat last Saturday.

Reports of roads buckling have been coming in from Iowa and Minnesota over the past several days due to the heat.

source: YouTube

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