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VIDEO: Explosions rock Michigan neighborhood as US Army urban training begins

04.06.2015  |  00:14

A ten-day US Army urban military training exercise has begun in Flint, Michigan with explosions rocking neighborhoods and scaring residents who had no idea what was actually happening.

Video Report: A ten-day US Army urban military training exercise has begun in Flint, Michigan with explosions rocking neighborhoods and scaring residents who had no idea what was actually happening.

With less than three hours between a city press release and the beginning of the exercise, residents were left in the dark about the urban military training until the last possible moment. Most had no idea what was happening as their homes shook from the force of the simulated explosions.

“It was like a big huge explosion, it shook my whole house, it shook the ground.”



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