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An F-16 Fighting Falcon from Luke Air Force Base that broke the sound barrier was the cause of the loud noise that rattled windows and nerves in the Tucson area Wednesday night.
The sonic boom over Tucson that rattled windows and nerves Wednesday night was caused by a fighter jet that broke the sound barrier while training in the desert west of the city, officials said.
Tucsonans flooded social media sites Wednesday night speculating on what caused a loud boom heard — and felt — over a chunk of the city.
A team of Air Force claims representatives will be available Friday to discuss any legal claims related to the April 13 sonic boom over Tucson.
A team of Air Force claims representatives will meet this week with property owners affected by last week's sonic boom.
A team of Air Force claims representatives will talk to people who were affected by last week’s sonic boom.
A sonic boom during practice from this weekend’s air show at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base rattled windows and nerves across Tucson Friday afternoon.
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