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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) — A loud “boom” heard in areas of northern Utah was likely a meteor, officials said Saturday.
Reports of the loud noise spread around 8:30 a.m., with people from Orem to southern Idaho posting that they heard a “boom,” reports The Salt Lake Tribune.
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox tweeted that his office confirmed it was not linked to any seismic activity or military installations.
The National Weather Service office in Salt Lake City tweeted that its lightning detection mapper likely caught the flash in the meteor’s trail, which officials said appeared to be confirmed by video from a witness in Roy.
Wendy Melling, a South Salt Lake resident, was walking out the door Saturday morning when she heard what she described as a “loud, deep booming sound,” followed by a few seconds of rumbling.
“I thought I heard something fall in the house. I’ve since searched the house top to bottom and the only thing I found was a slat from our wooden fence that had fallen, so that’s a relief,” Melling wrote in a Facebook message.
“It really sounded similar to the sonic booms I’ve heard before, followed by a brief incident of what sounded like a soft rolling thunder,” Melling continued. “That rumbling noise that followed the boom was maybe 3-4 seconds long.”
Don’t Look Up! A Possible Meteor Causes An Loud ‘Boom’ Sound In Utah – Digital Tech Blog
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