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"Federal authorities are investigating why a dummy bomb traveling about 600 mph crashed into a building at a Tulsa apartment complex Thursday evening."
The news comes to us from the Tulsa World, which reports that a military pilot thought he or she had dropped the 25-pound "inert military ordnance" over Kansas. In fact, it hit a densely populated area in Oklahoma.
"Two or three feet over and it would have actually entered apartments," police Capt. Rick Helberg tells KTUL-TV.
KSBI-TV has a photo of the device, which has been identified as a BDU-33.
Originally posted by gluetrap
This is less than a mile from my house.
The sirens were unreal that night and the howling coming from my living room was even worse.
It was a little scary before the actual details came out, but as scary as a bomb in the bathroom would be this could have been much worse!