News Update!!: Colorado River Tri-State: Latest Information: Loud Explosion Sound Heard and Felt Across Area.
ZachNews has the latest information regarding the loud explosion sound across the Colorado River Tri-State before 6:00pm MST (5:00pm PT) on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018.
As of Thursday, January 18th, 2018, Nellis Air Force Base responded to ZachNews by email regarding the loud explosion sound saying, “The investigation results are that there was no aircraft in those areas that are assigned to Nellis AFB that could produce such a large amount of noise.”
ZachNews has also contacted Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms and awaiting their response to what was that loud explosion sound heard Wednesday evening.
People on social media reporting to heard the loud explosion sound and even feeling their building shake in Laughlin, Nevada and Bullhead City, Arizona, and heard the loud explosion sound as far south as Needles, California as far west as Essex, California, and as far east as Kingman, Arizona.
Bullhead City Police Department’s Dispatch confirmed that they’ve been receiving calls of the loud explosion sound, but they don’t know what it was and are investigating.
There were no reports on any fires, pipeline explosions, or transformers explosions.
The loud explosion sound heard and felt had some people thinking that another meteor crashed landed like the meteor that flashed across the sky over midwest part of the United States before crashing at around 7:00pm CT (5:00pm PT) on Tuesday, January 16th, 2018.
The American Meteor Society said they received more than 355 reports about the Tuesday’s fireball in the sky, which was primarily spotted in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Ontario in Canada.
At this moment, no confirmation on any meteor chase landing in our area.
** More updates will be posted here as soon as they come into ZachNews. **