How To Slowly and Steadily Back Away From Hell Itself
And now, a lesson in how to slowly and steadily back away from a portal to hell itself opening up in front of you on a highway:
That’s a bad liquefied petroleum gas spill on a highway in China. Everyone involved survived.
According to The Drive:
When liquefied petroleum gas—commonly sold as propane and butane—leaks out of a high-pressure container, it’s sometimes released as a liquid that quickly evaporates thanks to its extremely low boiling point. However, the gas is still heavier than air, so it pools on the ground and poses an invisible and dangerous fire hazard. That’s why the inferno ends up stretching for hundreds of yards down the side of the highway as the LPG drained off the road surface like water.
Sure, sure. You say ‘liquefied petroleum gas spill’ I say ‘vengeful Lucifer coming to claim what’s rightfully his’.
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