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Loud boom rocks Kennebec County, Maine

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    This artile was sent to me on the Facebook page. Any ideas?

    Comment: No one can figure out what it was. And there were simultaneously 3,500 without power. No storms it was a perfect weather night last night

    Article: People in Kennebec County are wondering what a loud boom Sunday night was. The loud sound and earthquake-like rumbling was reported around 10 p.m. Sunday in several towns including Augusta, Farmingdale and Gardiner.

    The U.S. Geological Survey shows no earthquake during that time.

    One person reported their glass shower door shattered because of the boom.

    At the same time, thousands of Central Maine Power customers in the area lost power. Central Maine Power does not believe the two incidents are related. The company reported having a substation failure.

    http://www.wmtw.com/article/head-what-was-that-loud-boom-rocks-kennebec-county/9253985

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