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Martin Tower implosion reverberates far and wide; sound heard as far as New Jersey

When Martin Tower came down Sunday morning at 7:04, the sound reverberated throughout the Lehigh Valley.The former Bethlehem Steel headquarters collapsed in a heap, its steel girders and concrete slabs falling mostly into its footprint. The implosion took seconds, the thunderous sound mesmerizing those nearby.Heard what sounded like thunder in the distance for about 2 seconds in Martins Creek Northampton county. https://t.co/ltBjEqxiOm— Easton Area weather (@eastonwx) May 19, 2019Those closest described actually feeling the explosion, but according to social media accounts, it was felt across the Valley and even beyond.In Martins Creek, about 17 miles away, Easton Area weather tweeted: “Heard what sounded like thunder in the distance for about 2 seconds in Martins Creek Northampton county.”One person say they heard it in Flemington, N.J. Michael C. Russell tweeted: “I’m pretty sure I heard this in Flemington, NJ.”
Source: Morningcall

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