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Update: Police Identify Source Of 'Boom'

January 14, 2013

BUSTI — Lakewood-Busti Police officials said they have identified the source of a loud "boom" heard throughout much of southern Chautauqua County. Sgt....

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johnee

Jan-14-13 9:21 PM

Should be some crater out there in Busti after a blast that was heard upto 20-25 miles away.

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Joanne

Jan-14-13 8:19 PM

Maybe someone how to make use of the flatulence coming out of Cuomo's arse...

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youwishyouknew88

Jan-14-13 6:43 PM

Lol...yes my career is of value, what do you do that you don't have time to check in?

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Slimjim

Jan-14-13 6:32 PM

South Carolina mystery: Residents of Red Bank in Lexington County appear to have gotten a loud awakening Thursday morning as multiple reports indicate a loud booming noise in the area. WIS News 10 viewers poured onto our Facebook page this morning to report the sound. “What was the horrific boom in the Redbank area,” asked Lisa Russell Fields. “People are saying it sounded like a plane crash or explosion. I also heard the ‘big boom’ this morning. So did a lot of other people, it sounds like a close cannon or something and will shake the whole building/house,” said Jennifer Lee Stokes Kleine. “Does anyone have a concrete explanation for the loud boom that shook houses in Lexington County around the Redbank/YMCA/Old Barnwell Road area this morning around 8:30 a.m.,” said Mary Frances Henry Bell. So, what was it? The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department doesn’t know either. “Law enforcement officers and public safety personnel have been unable so far to determine the source of the noise

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Slimjim

Jan-14-13 6:31 PM

January 9, 2013 – CALIFORNIA - The loud explosion that jolted North Hollywood on Tuesday night remained a mystery the next morning, authorities said. An officer at the Los Angeles Police Department’s North Hollywood station said police searched the area for a half an hour Tuesday night but had no luck in determining what caused the sound. The officer said police received numerous calls about the noise. At about 9:30 p.m., numerous people began tweeting about a loud explosion. Some thought it had come from a North Hollywood Metro station; others reported hearing an explosion in Studio City. “Mysterious explosion a few minutes ago. What’s going on? #LA” tweeted @ThatVitalSpark. “Seriously, any leads what the*****this boom was in North Hollywood? Im shook up a bit” tweeted @RajRawal37. A Reddit user posed the question: “What just blew up in North Hollywood?” By 10:30 p.m., there were more than 120 comments, but no crowd-sourced answer. -LA TIMES

South Carolina mystery: Residents of Re

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Jazzie

Jan-14-13 6:17 PM

Oh no it's my mothership calling...I'd better get going!

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smith123

Jan-14-13 5:47 PM

Slimjim and you wishyouknew,....your jobs must be valuable if you can sit and comment during work. But what is your theories? Lets hear them

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smith123

Jan-14-13 5:36 PM

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duckster

Jan-14-13 5:08 PM

I live on the greater metropolitan area of Cassadaga NY. I did not ear the boom here in this mecca of enlightened thinking...

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duckster

Jan-14-13 5:06 PM

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Slimjim

Jan-14-13 4:52 PM

Been at work all day getting paid to sit here and comment it's great :) I've watched youtube videos of it, saw 100lbs blown up camera was 300 yds away and didn't even shake, but windows 5 miles away broke and it was felt all over the county makes perfect sense right. Maybe you should become educated.

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youwishyouknew88

Jan-14-13 4:52 PM

To Smith123...us educated "working folk" are able to access this site from work! Odd I suspect?

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smith123

Jan-14-13 4:39 PM

Sounds like a good theory to me, do a YouTube search of tanerite and see the effects of it. It's now 4:40 pm meaning working people are getting home to read this and comment....maybe some educated comments will pop up on here

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AverageGuy

Jan-14-13 4:36 PM

Well as precaution I bet the young man turned himself in before getting caught. Next I thing an investigation and a re-enactment needs to be done same time this Sunday just to see! If not someone call MYTH BUSTERS!

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sueanne

Jan-14-13 2:57 PM

So much for the big boom theory.

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holly10berry

Jan-14-13 2:43 PM

We live in Jamestown and didn't hear a thing. We were outside the whole time.

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URAWETARD

Jan-14-13 1:52 PM

anyone else lights flickering off and on last night during the storm?.....I mean this was like haunted house stuff

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URAWETARD

Jan-14-13 1:50 PM

I heard a boom around 2:00ish (kiantone area)that we thought was weird, but to be out shooting at 6:15 seems like a stretch to me. I'm sure there will be more to this story.

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RichieRich

Jan-14-13 1:44 PM

I was walkin down forest at 6:15 and the **** was loud enough to hurt my ears. Idk why you didnt hear it at allen st but you should have

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youwishyouknew88

Jan-14-13 1:36 PM

I can't stop laughing at LPDs conclusion!! So it's ironic that people as far away as Silver Creek called 911 to report an explosion at that exact same time?!?! Get outta here!

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Slimjim

Jan-14-13 1:30 PM

alot of ppl from up around your area near allen park including my father on Valleyview did hear it

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eric14701

Jan-14-13 1:30 PM

Heckler, I live out on martin rd and it shook my house.

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Yankees1

Jan-14-13 1:29 PM

Wow, an explosion loud enough to be heard all over Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, parts of PA and even Niagara Falls, but not loud enough to be heard at my house near Allen Park. That is strange.

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Heckler

Jan-14-13 1:27 PM

Coincidental. I'll bet the BIG BOOM has nothing to do with the tannerite boom's heard earlier. I too heard a large boom several years ago that turned out to have been a small meteor that landed in Canada. Made a heck of a sonic boom!

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Anzito

Jan-14-13 1:19 PM

Sounds like some sort of a cover-up to me..........

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