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People waited 14 hours in line for the first In-N-Out burgers ever served in Colorado as police tweeted about traffic jams ...


Photos and videos shared on Twitter showed the crowds and winding lines, as police urged residents to avoid the area due to traffic jams, even suggesting other places to go eat.


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They conducted traffic control near the iconic fast-food joint and encouraged residents to avoid the area near In-N-Out in the coming days, recommending specific local spots to eat instead.


They also estimated the line of cars to be 1.5-2 miles long, wrapping around the entire mall twice, and the wait to be 14 hours at one point.


In-N-Out plans to open more locations in the state, including in Lone Tree, Lakewood, and Fort Collins, the local CBS station reported.






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