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Started by benben, December 07, 2011, 11:23:56 AM
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The cantaloupe-sized cannonball missed the water, tore through a cinder-block wall, skipped off a hillside and flew some 700 yards east, right into the Tassajara Creek neighborhood, where children were returning home from school at 4:15 p.m., authorities said.
There, the 6-inch projectile bounced in front of a home on quiet Cassata Place, ripped through the front door, raced up the stairs and blasted through a bedroom, where a man, woman and child slept through it all - only awakening because of plaster dust.
The ball wasn't done bouncing.
It exited the house, leaving a perfectly round hole in the stucco, crossed six-lane Tassajara Road, took out several tiles from the roof of a home on Bellevue Circle and finally slammed into the Gill family's beige Toyota Sienna minivan in a driveway on Springvale Drive.
that's an "oh, shit!" moment...
What are those people doing sleeping at 4 pm??
I thought the name of the reporter was even funnier
That's nuts. Pretty funny the mom's 2nd thought was a meteor but i guess there is a much better chance of a meteorite hitting your house than a damn cannonball.
Myth busters strike again!
they'll end up showing that episode during sweeps week..
most watched mythbusters show ever???