Large chunks of ice crashed through the roof of a Southern California house Saturday night, leaving a hole in an upstairs bathroom ceiling.
Brandon Blanchard was outside his Chino home talking with neighbors when he heard what he said sounded like a bomb and felt like an earthquake. The family raced upstairs to find clear ice chunks on the bathroom floor and a hole in the ceiling.
No one was injured.
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Federal Aviation Administration officials are attempting to determine whether the ice fell from an airplane. The Blanchards placed the chunks in plastic bags and stored the ice in their freezer.