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The aerostat, which is visible above the Huachuca Mountains, was blown by high winds around 1:15 p.m. Monday and drifted into the Canyon de Flores neighborhood in Sierra Vista.
Laura Gill, who lives in the neighborhood, said she heard a “boom” and walked outside.
“It exploded right over us. I saw large pieces of the material floating down. It looked kind of like bits and pieces of a parachute,” Gill said. azstarnet.com...
Good point on the rope from China...