This Super Heated Australian Road Melted Drivers’ Tires

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Australian authorities were forced to close off a road recently after high temperatures caused the road’s surface to melt. The road closure came a little too late for some 50 drivers who had their tires destroyed and melted by the road. 

A road in North Queensland got resurfaced a few weeks ago. However, rainy weather prevented the gravel from setting properly, according to ABC News. After the wet weather, the area experienced sweltering temperatures. This caused the asphalt to melt


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