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Over the Edge: Ice Trucks and Butter Sculptures

In Thursday's edition of "Over the Edge" news, an ice truck; a butter sculpture; and a sinkhole swallows a car.
In Thursday's edition of "Over the Edge" news, an ice truck; a butter sculpture; and a sinkhole swallows a car.

Look at this truck. Entire parts of it are made of ice, and you can drive it! Or, at least, the people that made it did while it was cold. A Canada car battery company wanted to prove that its batteries could stand up to the cold, so workers stripped the cab and body from a GMC Silverado and replaced it with ice. The 'ice truck' was driven for about one mile and was featured in a commercial. After that, it melted away.

Folks in Pennsylvania got a unique perspective on butter. A 1,000-pound butter sculpture was unveiled today at a farm show in Harrisburg. It shows a family drinking shakes alongside a cow dance. The sculpture is a long-standing farm show tradition.

In Hawaii, where a sinkhole opened up and swallowed this pick-up truck. The driver was not seriously hurt. The sinkhole was caused by heavy rains that strained roads in the area. The rainfall also caused severe flooding and triggered landslides.
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