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Melted Asphalt Paralyzes Traffic in Zhengzhou (11 pics)

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  • 9 Jul, 2010  |
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The asphalt on the streets of a Chinese city of Zhengzhou has melted due to the ongoing heat.
And it caused chaos and paralyzed vehicles in the city.


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11 Melted Asphalt Paralyzes Traffic in Zhengzhou (11 pics)

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№1 Author: astroboy3000 (9 Jul 2010 03:02) Total user comments: 2543


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that's why i won't buy chinese asphalt.
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№2 Author: Louie (9 Jul 2010 05:55) Total user comments: 8189


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№3 Author: Ty Webb (9 Jul 2010 06:07) Total user comments: 6156


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looks like a blanket made out of tar paper. It does not look like the road is melting.
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№4 Author: nuts2u (9 Jul 2010 06:33) Total user comments: 828


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Yuk!
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№5 Author: Jinxaruny (9 Jul 2010 08:31) Total user comments: 10324


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№6 Author: Gyselinck (9 Jul 2010 10:07) Total user comments: 3133


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№7 Author: tina (9 Jul 2010 12:08) Total user comments: 95


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№8 Author: 2fuzzy (9 Jul 2010 13:59) Total user comments: 10400


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My thought as well Ty
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№9 Author: joffenbaker (9 Jul 2010 14:53) Total user comments: 4965


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Me too. Looks like blacktarp instead of well...you get it.
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№10 Author: shafty37 (9 Jul 2010 16:11) Total user comments: 267


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haha even the roads are "made in china"
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№11 Author: Poontang_Punisher (9 Jul 2010 16:54) Total user comments: 1257


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ty webb i agree with u 04
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№12 Author: fluorescentG (9 Jul 2010 18:42) Total user comments: 3958


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they should plow it like snow...
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№13 Author: adzhoe (9 Jul 2010 19:07) Total user comments: 14959


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Not asphalt. Note the asphalt has been grinded down for re-paving. The sheeting is a material layed down before new asphalt is laid down to give it a longer life. They haven't paved yet and are fools to let traffic over it! Those funny Chinese!
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№14 Author: orlando (9 Jul 2010 22:20) Total user comments: 251


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№15 Author: Brak61 (10 Jul 2010 06:24) Total user comments: 676


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They can't add lead or poison to the asphalt anymore. The Chinese can't make anything without lead or poison in it.

Hey....they really are getting this capitalist system down pat! 04 07 51
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№16 Author: galz (10 Jul 2010 11:26) Total user comments: 2043


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№17 Author: dazen (10 Jul 2010 23:51) Total user comments: 1213


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adzhoe think u are right. this not asphalt or tarmac. could be some new sprayed on 'tar' ? or a membrain layed before surfacing? 92
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№18 Author: bonhomme 7 heure (11 Jul 2010 02:19) Total user comments: 410


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chiness cheap asphalt ....
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№19 Author: Shadoglare (11 Jul 2010 03:45) Total user comments: 499


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Ditto - not melted asphalt. Does look like the construction crew got the road section partway done and then vehicles started driving over it tearing it up.
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№20 Author: the_dado_666 (11 Jul 2010 11:02) Total user comments: 2349


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wow
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№21 Author: peterflynn (13 Jul 2010 00:34) Total user comments: 958


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I was gonna say... is their asphalt made from long strips of black fruit roll-up?? =D
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