TAMPA – It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... a refrigerator-sized chunk of ice?
A Hillsborough County resident's Ford Mustang was destroyed by just that Sunday, when a large slab of ice fell from the clear Florida sky directly onto the automobile, WTVT reports.
A neighbor of the resident who's now down a car told the local FOX affiliate that there was whooshing sound around 9 a.m. EST. Just moments later, he saw the car get crushed by ice.
Neighbors speculated the block of ice weighed at least 50 pounds.
No injuries were reported, and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating.
Federal Aviation Administration and local airport officials told WTVT they are unsure if a plane could be faulted for the incident.
This latest incident comes less than two weeks ago something similar happened in Philadelphia.
A chunk of ice believed to have come from a passing airliner fell through the roof of home in the Pennsylvania suburb. No one was injured, but a mother and her 4-year-old daughter were home at the time. The FAA is currently investigating that incident.