Booms again head in Clintonville this morningWisconsin News
-- For the first time in three nights, it was quiet in Clintonville – until about five o’clock this morning, when the booms came back.
CLINTONVILLE - For the first time in three nights, it was quiet in Clintonville – until about five o’clock this morning, when the booms came back.
Police said they got around 20 calls this morning from residents who felt their houses shake from what they described as thunder, sonic booms, and fireworks. City officials remain at a loss to explain why parts of Clintonville have literally been rocked Sunday night into early Monday – and then again Monday night into early Tuesday. Over 250 residents called the police then.
City officials have checked and re-checked utilities to see what’s causing the loud noises and shakes. Seismologists say it’s not an earthquake. And Clintonville officials are now thinking about using motion sensors to see it will provide any answers. No one’s been hurt, and there’s been no damage reported to buildings or streets. At six tonight, officials will hold a public meeting to share what they’ve learned. That meeting will take place at Clintonville High School.