LETCHWORTH STATE PARK, N.Y. (CBS) -- An "ice volcano" in New York is getting a lot of attention.
It spewed ice and water Friday in Letchworth State Park, which is located in Livingston and Wyoming counties. Winter weather caused the volcano to erupt early, according to John Kucko's twitter.
He said the volcano was two feet tall two weeks ago and is now nearly 20 feet tall and still growing.
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