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Line For Colorado’s First In-N-Out Estimated At 14 Hours

(Aurora Police Department/Twitter)

AURORA, Colo. – Officers with the Aurora Police Department said the line for Colorado’s first In-N-Out Burger stretched for nearly two miles with an estimated wait time of 14 hours.

The restaurant opened Friday in the state’s third-largest city, while another location opened in Colorado Springs.

“It’s official, traffic is double double animal style right now all around the mall,” officers tweeted.

At a 14-hour wait, Coloradans could have driven to any In-N-Out along the Wasatch Front and flown back to Denver International Airport before the final cars are served, while shaving over four hours off the wait.

Police marked the final cars and said they would be served around 2 a.m. Saturday.

In-N-Out currently has locations throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas and Oregon.

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