A "rumbling" was reported in parts of South Florida Friday afternoon.
The City of Weston tweeted about the "rumbling," stressing that there was no explosion in their city.
"There are reports this was felt in several counties," the city tweeted. "We do not have definitive information on what caused it at this time."
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An NBC 6 viewer in Plantation also reported that their house was shaking for several seconds. Others in Pembroke Pines and Kendall also reported that their doors and windows were shaking.
The United States Geological Survey hadn't reported any activity in South Florida. Officials at Homestead Air Reserve Base and U.S. Southern Command said neither had flown an aircraft that would have caused a sonic boom.
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