It’s so cold in Kansas, Highway Patrol says an egg did this

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – The Kansas Highway Patrol’s Troop C demonstrated Friday just how cold temperatures are in Kansas.

In a video, the KHP cracked an egg and let the yolk run. The yolk appears to have barely gotten out of the shell before it froze to the ground, locking the entire egg in place with it.

(Courtesy Photo/Kansas Highway Patrol)

Along with the egg photo and video, the troop added that any Kansan whose car breaks down along Kansas highways has an emergency service available to them during times with freezing temperatures.

“Dial *47 from a mobile device to contact KHP dispatch if you’re in distress and freezing along Kansas highways. These low temperatures are dangerous for anything outside. Like this egg…”

Kansas Highway Patrol Troop C

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