VIDEO: Mountains of foam flood Santa Clara street

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Mountains of foam spilled out of a hangar in Santa Clara, California on Friday, Nov. 8, 2016. (KGO)

San Jose fire department says a malfunction at the San Jose airport in a new hangar has caused a malfunction which has resulted in a foam flooding the 300 block of Martin Avenue in Santa Clara.

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Foam stopped flowing out of the vents of the hangar around 1:30 p.m. Friday.

If you are near the substance, San Jose Fire Department warns that you should not go in it as it is a known carcinogen. The fire retardant can cause an irritation to the skin.
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