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An 8-pound unidentified flying object that crashed through the roof of a moving company warehouse in an industrial area of Jersey City this morning, narrowly missing a co-owner of the company, turned out to simply be a piece of machinery.
The metal block, which took 30 minutes to cool down, fell through the roof of a one-story brick warehouse belonging to Al Smith Moving at 33 Pacific Ave. at 9:26 a.m., officials said.
Jersey City Police Department investigators found that the block flew off a mulching machine that breaks up wood, belonging to a recycling company, Reliable Wood Products at 1 Caven Point Avenue.