“BREAKING NEWS”: Minnesota residents hit by “fecal rain” from the sky

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Some residents of a Minnesota town were hit by what looked and smelled like feces raining down on them Monday and have no idea where it came from.

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Carisa Browne of Burnsville was waiting in line at a drive-in cafe when the “rain of feces” hit her vehicle.

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“I was standing in line getting my daily coffee… and suddenly Brown fell onto my vehicle.” Browne told Minneapolis-based CBS affiliate WCCO-TV this week.

“It was like it was going to rain brown for a second… I got out and walked to the car in front of me. I thought, ‘What just happened to us?’ And he was like, ‘I have no idea.’”

Browne said both vehicles were completely covered in liquid-like feces.

“I looked around and I was like, ‘Who threw it at us?’ But it was very high. It came straight down. It hit my roof, my hood. It was at the bottom of my side. Also, my child was with me, so I’m glad the windows weren’t open.”

Browne said the area is under an approach path and it’s entirely possible that a plane dumped its cargo.


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News of the incident reached US Representative Angie Craig, who has officially asked the Federal Aviation Administration to investigate.

“I heard some shitty news this week…reports of ‘poop rain’ falling on the cars of several of my constituents in Burnsville,” Craig tweeted.

“I want to get to the bottom of this so we can make sure our communities are safe and healthy.”

https://torontosun.com/news/world/crappy-news-minnesota-residents-hit-with-poop-rain-falling-from-sky “BREAKING NEWS”: Minnesota residents hit by “fecal rain” from the sky


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