Mysterious foam floods Martin Avenue in Santa Clara, San Francisco Bay Area, California


According to ABC7 and the San Jose Fire Department, something malfunctioned in a new hanger at San Jose airport, leading to a flood of foam coming out of the hangar’s vents around 1:30 this afternoon. It’s now ebbing down the street and is five feet deep in some areas.

The foam is a fire retardant that can cause skin irritation. The fire department is warning people not to go into the foam because it’s a chemical known to cause cancer.

Published on Nov 18, 2016 The Daily Sh*t

The foam appears to be coming from a building on Martin Avenue. As of 12:30 p.m., the foam was deeper than 5′ in some areas.

A KTVU crew is told the foam appears to be some type of fire retardant. A witness told KTVU the fire system was being tested – when the foam was released.

The foam is blocking several businesses and has completely covered some cars in the area.

Police are at the scene. There seems to be confusion about what to do next, and how to remove the massive amount of foam from the street.

5 thoughts on “Mysterious foam floods Martin Avenue in Santa Clara, San Francisco Bay Area, California

  1. Well, that retardant didn’t work. Because some retard decided to test it.
    Sometimes you just can’t retard a retard.

  2. “A witness told KTVU the fire system was being tested – when the foam was released.”

    It must work.

    Not a single fire visible in that photo. 🙄

    1. lol. It reminds me of the time, back in my married days, when I accidentally put dishwashing liquid in the cloths washer.

  3. Well….personally…
    In my twisted opinion.
    I think this is overflow from one of those gay dance club parties.
    Maybe a foam contraceptive.
    All I can say is……
    Stay the fk clear of it and pretend it never happened.

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