Cars sent airborne after 90-plus-degree days cause Minnesota roads to buckle

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Thursday, June 16, 2016
Cars launched into the air after road buckles from heat
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Multiple hot days cause the roads in Minnesota to buckle, sending cars launching into the air.

It was so hot in Minnesota that cars were going airborne. Several 90-plus-degree days caused the concrete in the road to expand at the joints and heave upward, according to AccuWeather.

Watch in the video as unsuspecting drivers get some airtime while driving along Highway 36.