Possible Meteor Explosion May Have Caused Loud Boom, Ground Shaking in Pittsburgh on New Year's Day

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On Saturday morning, a loud explosion was reported across the southwestern suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The National Weather Service said that a meteor explosion was the presumptive cause of a loud boom and tremors near Pittsburgh on New Year’s Day.
According to the National Weather Service meteorologist Shannon Hefferan, satellite data recorded a flash over Washington County, southwest of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, shortly before 11:30 am on Saturday.
On Saturday, 1 January, residents of the region reported a loud explosion with windows rattling or things in their homes shaking.
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