posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 01:20 PM
Emergency crews investigate reports of loud explosions in Montgomery County
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Emergency crews say they received multiple calls Wednesday night from people claiming to have heard some sort of
Around 9:00 last night, dozens of calls started to come into the 911 center, reporting loud noises. Others reported seeing bright lights. The
sheriff's office says most of the calls came in from the Jeffersonville area.
Montgomery County Sheriff's deputies spent Wednesday night searching for a cause, but found nothing. Authorities checked with local pipeline
companies, who reported having no issues. Emergency management officials say there was no earthquake activity in the region.
"Right now it's unexplained. I know there's been some national news stories about meteors causing loud booms and lights. So I'm actually going to
do some follow up this morning and see if that might be a potential cause," said Wesley Delk, the Montgomery County Emergency Management Director.
As of 11:30 p.m., they said they hadn't found anything out of the ordinary around Jeffersonville.
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