Ice chunk falls from sky, crashes into car at Pa. dealership (PHOTOS)

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Officials in Central Pennsylvania are trying to determine the source of a large chunk of ice that fell from the sky and crashed into a parked car at a Mechanicsburg car dealership.

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (WPVI) -- Officials in Central Pennsylvania are trying to determine the source of a large chunk of ice that fell from the sky and crashed into a parked car at a Mechanicsburg car dealership.

It happened just after 4 p.m. Friday at McCafferty Ford-Kia located in the 6300 block of Carlisle Pike.

Officials say a large chunk of ice fell from the sky and crashed into the windshield of a Kia Soul parked at the car dealership.

PHOTOS: Ice chunk falls from sky, crashes into car at Pa. dealership

No injuries were reported.

Authorities say the ice may have come from a plane since the dealership is in the area of the Harrisburg Airport.

The incident is under investigation.