Mystery Rhode Island Beach Explosion Solved


Kathleen Denise was Released from Hospital After Being Blasted Into the Air by the Hydrogen Gas Build-Up

After two weeks of investigating, officials say the mysterious blast at a beach in Rhode Island was caused by a hydrogen gas build-up in a corroded copper cable.  The event is extremely rare, with officials deeming the beach to be perfectly safe.

On July 11th, a 60 year-old woman was blasted into the air at Salty Brine Beach, landing on nearby rocks.  Witnesses reported hearing a loud boom, and at first an explosive device was thought to be the culprit, with a suspicious-looking man leaving the scene shortly before the blast.  But scientists were quick to rule out any explosive devices, and now the mystery has been explained.


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