A Loud ‘Boom’ Rattled Northwestern Louisianna with ‘Large Debris Field’: National Weather Service

Posted: October 16, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Residents of northeastern Louisiana were rattled Monday when a still-unexplained (as of this post) loud boom cracked the sky, and now the National Weather Service has confirmed that whatever it was has left a debris field.

At about 4:27 P.M. local time on Monday, residents of the area colloquially known as ArkLaTex (that is, the region that includes Northwest Louisiana, Southwest Arkansas, and Northeast Texas) were jolted by a loud boom, that according to some reports shook the ground, according to WLOX (Biloxi). One area resident said the boom was so loud, she thought her house might collapse.

“My couch came up off the floor a little bit, my back wall felt like it was going to cave in, it was so loud!”

http://www.inquisitr.com/1541850/a-loud-boom-rattled-northwestern-louisiana-and-the-national-weather-service-has-spotted-a-debris-field/#ara1iuHjfxBHRAMt.99

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