CUMBERLAND CO., Pa. --A mysterious ice chunk fell from the sky last week, landing in an auto dealership in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
It happened just after 4 p.m. Friday at McCafferty Ford-Kia located in the 6300 block of Carlisle Pike.
York College professor Dr. Bill Kreiger vows to figure out where it came from.
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He thinks it could have come from a plane or it was somehow an act of nature.
The rare phenomenon is known as a megacryometeor, where chunks of ice strike each other at high speeds in the atmosphere, and fall to the ground.