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EQ? Gas Explosion?? Something Just Shook Houses In Indianapolis!
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[quote:scorpio66:MV8yMDQ3Mjk4XzM0NDQwOTAyXzI4ODhFREQ3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23766809:MV8yMDQ3Mjk4XzM0NDQwODUzXzIzM0E0MzMz] I'm thinking this was a crashed drone. Probably carrying live ordnance. Camp Atterbury is just south of Indy. It was likely being operated out of that base when it had mechanical problems and they tried to land it at Greenwood airfield... but came up short. It took out several houses when it crashed. DHS and ATF were on scene almost immediately because they knew what they were dealing with. They cleared the wreckage during the night. Now they can feed the public whatever bullshit excuse for this "explosion" they wish. And the sheeple will believe it. [/quote] This makes sense actually and seems in the realm of possibility. They've called in the NTSB as well, now. [/quote]
Maybe 20-30 minutes ago? Felt like a car crashed HARD into the house... went outside and all the neighbors were coming out reporting the same. It was LOUD and gave the house a JOLT.
Then family members started calling to ask if it happened here too (they are also in S or SE Indianapolis).
Anyone else? I looked but didn't see a thread and nothing on the local news yet...
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