posted on Jan, 29 2007 @ 03:52 PM
Ice from the sky
Oct. 22: Des Plaines, Ill.
Two men see a block of blue ice 2 feet by 3 feet fall from the sky after a plane passes overhead. It lands in the street and smashes into pieces.
It's believed to be from a leak in the plane's lavatory tanks.
April: Oakland and Loma Linda, Calif.
In Oakland on April 8, a chunk hits a field, forming a crater about 2 feet wide. In Loma Linda on April 13, a chunk the size of a microwave oven
plummets through the roof of a recreation center. Because the ice was white, authorities said they weren't sure whether it was from a plane or
February 2003: Santa Cruz, Calif.
On Feb. 12, a chunk of blue ice hits a 40-foot boat in Santa Cruz harbor, smashing a skylight. On Jan. 19, a basketball-sized piece crashes through a
Oct. 22, 2002: Lititz, Pa.
A 30-pound chunk of white ice falls into a yard. Witnesses said it sounded like the whoosh of a Fourth of July rocket.