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Loud Booms Heard Across Texoma Has Confirmed Cause

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Texoma--  KTEN has had hundreds of reports of loud explosions and the ground shaking in seven counties from north Texas to southern Oklahoma.

People tell us, they felt shaking and heard a loud boom just after eight this morning, and then again a little after two this afternoon.

Reports range from Cooke County to Love County, Carter, Johnston, Murray, Pontotoc and even Marshall County.

After dozens of calls, KTEN has found the culprits.

We spoke with the Public relations director for Lockheed Martin, a global leader in the design, manufacture and support of military aircraft. He said they were flying the jets over Southern Oklahoma Wednesday.

Sonic booms were likely the cause of the ground shaking and loud sounds.