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‘MythBusters’ Cannonball Hits Home [VIDEO]
A misfire coming at the hands of the TV show ‘MythBusters’ leaves a California home with cannonball damage.
FOX News Radio’s Sabrina Sabbagh has the details from Los Angeles:
They try to disprove myths on their TV show. But apparently when you shoot a cannonball at a house, it does cause damage.
(TV show audio) “Well that was a nice little blast. That’s 100% wacky right there.”
The cannonball, fired by the ‘MythBusters’ team was suppose to hit trash cans as part of a science experiment. But instead, it plowed through a Northern California house, hit the roof of another house, and smashed through a minivan’s window. The Discovery Channel show was testing out whether other materials are just as effective as a cannonball when fired from a cannon. I think they got their answer.
Sabrina Sabbagh, FOX News Radio.
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