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VIDEO: Look Out! Car Suddenly Emerges From Foam On Highway

Weekend storms on Australia's "sunshine coast" whipped up sea foam that covered the beach and roads. And when we say covered, we're talking about deep stuff.

Check out how close one car came to hitting some folks. We've found two views on YouTube.

-- Close.

-- Even closer.

If you want to hear what the adult word is that those videos "bleep," click here.

Now This News has more video of all that foam here.

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