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Leaking fire retardant creates foam sea

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Fluffy white foam filled a Santa Clara street Friday when a fire-suppression system at a privately-owned hangar at San Jose International Airport malfunctioned.

The substance, known formally as “aqueous film-forming foam,” started flowing around 10:50 a.m. at Signature Flight Support on Martin Avenue, said Capt. Mitch Matlow of the San Jose Fire Department. It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the system to fail.


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My dishwasher did this when i put normal dish liquid in it,

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Probably the closest Santa Clara comes to snow.

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Yeah. Only Russians and Americans are crazy enough for such stupid feats.

P.S: Heck, they have green trees and still walking in t-shirts, while we have had -35C for two weeks! Thankfully, it's getting warmer now, and it's only -15C outside but with a nasty chilling wind...

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