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Buckle in Highway Asphalt Sends Cars Flying Actually

Traffic cameras caught at least six minutes of the action. You can see the first few cars hit the buckle seemingly unaware that they’re about to go airborne. As more cars hit the newly created ski jump, motorists eventually slow down to crawl or switch lanes to avoid catching air. Still, there are a few motorists who seem up for catching some hangtime and potentially wrecking their suspension in the process.

Thanks to temperatures in the 90s, part of a Highway 36 near Little Canada, Minnesota, sent cars flying as they hit a newly formed buckle in the asphalt.

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