AURORA, Colo. - If you've ever thought the wait at In-N-Out to get a burger and fries was long here in California, imagine waiting 14 hours.
A new location opened Friday in Aurora, Colorado. Around 3 p.m. Aurora police tweeted "What we know is the line wrapped around the mall twice, and there were some nearby hwy backups. Right now we estimate the line to be 1.5-2miles long & the wait is now 14 hours."
Police were called to help with traffic control.
Earlier in the day, around 9:30 Friday morning, police tweeted "traffic is double double animal style" and they encouraged people to visit In-N-Out another day.
The first customer reported said they had been in line since Tuesday.
On Saturday, Aurora Police said the line was moving much faster — only 8 hours for the drive-thru.
Another new location opened in Colorado Springs Friday.
They are the first In-N-Outs in Colorado.
The California burger chain has stores in six other states – California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Utah