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(CNN)Some 40 personnel from the home base of the military blimp that broke loose Wednesday are now at the site where it landed, a U.S. military official told CNN.
The blimp, associated with NORAD's surveillance of the East Coast, became untethered from its mooring station at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.
The blimp landed Wednesday afternoon in northeast Pennsylvania, according to NORAD, which described the landing site as "in a rugged, wooded area." The military took no kinetic action to bring it to the ground, according to the Pentagon.
The loose JLENS blimp had been in the air over Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, and caused power outages before it came down, Columbia County Department of Public Safety Director Fred Hunsinger said.
…and caused power outages before it came down…