Connect with us

News

BREAKING: Loud “Explosion” Heard In Multiple States… Possible Massive Meteor

In this day and age, there’s no telling what could cause a loud explosion. But thanks to technology and the number of people who have home security cameras, it appears that a massive meteor crashed somewhere possibly in Michigan with such force that the resulting “explosion” was heard in neighboring states.

Breaking 911 reports:

MICHIGAN — Residents in several cities reported seeing a large flash, a bang or an explosion in the night sky Tuesday night. The majority of the reports came from the metro Detroit area.

According to the National Weather Service, the incident is a possible meteor entering the atmosphere.

Videos posted online appeared to show the event.

Detroit News reports:

Metro Detroiters from Ann Arbor to Rochester reported a flashing light and loud boom that is believed to have been a meteorite hitting the earth Tuesday around 8:15 p.m., sending authorities scurrying to find the cause.

The National Weather Service said they received multiple reports from around Metro Detroit of “a flash and a boom” beginning about 8:10 p.m. They could not confirm that a meteor had hit the earth.

“I saw an extremely bright light,” said Mike Tarkowski of Milford. “Everyone’s calling the police about it. I was sitting watching TV and it was pitch dark out. All of the sudden, the whole yard started getting brighter, kind of yellowish-orange, like a flashbulb, then got black …

“It was something big and it was something up in the air.”

The weather service in White Lake Township said the first report came in about 8:15 p.m. “Somebody was reporting lightning with thunder,” said meteorologist Cory Behnke. “We checked our observational data here, and I can tell you we’ve not had any lightning.”

SHARE this on Facebook and let us know if you heard or saw anything!

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular