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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

St. Marys Police Seeking Cause Of Mystery Explosion

WTAJ

St. Marys, Pa. - Police are investigating what kind of device caused an explosion along an Elk County road Tuesday afternoon.

According to police, the explosion happened on Trout Run Road at 4:19 p.m. Tuesday.

Witnesses in the area at the time of the explosion say it happened on the bridge on that road.

"We were working in the back and heard a big boom and all the walls and everything shook, walked out the back door and saw a big cloud of smoke coming from the one ditch," witness Luke Caskey said, who was working at St. Marys Auto Body across the street from the bridge when the blast happened.

State Police Fire Marshal Greg Agosti said police are now trying to figure out what the explosive device was.

He said, based on the size of the device, is likely something not sold commercially. Read more..

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

It sounds like someone set off tannerite. Have seen and heard the stuff go off and it is like watching a bomb explode. Surprised that it is legal to possess as it can be dangerous to mess with. Hope that is what it was.

Anonymous said...

It sounds like someone set off tannerite. Have seen and heard the stuff go off and it is like watching a bomb explode. Surprised that it is legal to possess as it can be dangerous to mess with. Hope that is what it was.

Anonymous said...

Hey, man, Second Amendment rights.

Anonymous said...

Hey 8:03. Read the second amendment. Right to bear arms, not explosives. You also don’t set them off where someone can get hurt or damage someone else’s property.