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Don’t stand on the road your shoes may melt
(INTELLIHUB) — According to Yellowstone National Park spokesman Dan Hottle, a section of the ground near Old Faithful geyser became superheated back in June turning the roadway asphalt to a “soupy mess.”
But rest assured, according to Hottle, there is nothing to worry about — “the supervolcano is not going to blow.”
Park visitors have been warned to stay away from the melting road surface.
The road has since been resurfaced.
Yellowstone National Park road melts into ‘soupy mess’– LA Times
Road Melts from Yellowstone Volcano’s Heat — Yahoo News
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