City shuts down access to poppy 'super bloom'

Officials in Lake Elsinore, California, called the number of people of visiting the golden-orange poppies "unbearable."
0:30 | 03/18/19

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In California this morning mother nature's beauty has turned into a public safety nightmare. They're calling it the popping apocalypse. Heavy rains have triggered a super bloom poppies in walker canyon and were spread quickly on social media and pretty soon. People by the thousands overwhelmed the town of Lake Elsinore and it got so bad police stopped allowing visitors into that canyon on Sunday. The flowers are also drawing a huge number of painted leaving a bug butterflies. Adding to the beauty.

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