A new In-N-Out location in Santa Rosa, California is not quite living up to its name: the drive-through has been clogged since opening, with as many as 30 cars in line during peak hours, spilling out into traffic. It's gotten so bad employees have had to direct traffic themselves, and police say there's even been a minor accident due to the lines. A spokesperson seemed a little surprised, telling the Santa Rosa Press Democrat this kind of thing "usually doesn't happen in a city like this with another restaurant seven miles down road." People really like not getting out of their cars for a hamburger!
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