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2006 Mini Cooper S temperature gauge in red zone

My 2006 Mini Cooper S temperature gauge rose quickly to the red zone. I pulled over and the engine fan went on. I checked oil which was fine and waited until fan turned off. Restarted, temp gauge was back to normal, but after driving for 20-30 min, same thing happened again. Any thoughts?

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