Frozen sprinkler creates amazing ice sculpture in Apple Valley

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Monday, December 7, 2020
Chilly temps cause accidental ice sculpture in IE
FROZEN SOLID! Temps dipped so low in Apple Valley this weekend, that a sprinkler went off and accidentally created a beautiful icy scene.

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (KABC) -- A beautiful ice sculpture was created accidentally in the Inland Empire.

Temperatures dipped so low in Apple Valley Sunday morning that ice formed.

A sprinkler went off at Jess Ranch Golf Course, but because it was so chilly, everything quickly froze over and turned to ice.

Icicles formed on a tree and along rope rails, making the accident look like it was a scene pulled from a winter wonderland movie.

For more on the frozen sprinkler, watch the video above.

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