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Sound of Ayr Explosion Captured Several Miles Away on CCTV

The booming sound of an explosion at a house in Ayr, Scotland, on Monday evening, October 18, was captured several miles northeast of the blast on a security camera. At least three homes were destroyed, the Daily Record reported.

Stuart Smith, who promotes Ayrshire through his “Live Around The World With Stu & Co” Facebook page, caught the sound of the explosion on a camera installed outside his home near Mossblown, a village located about 5 miles northeast of Kincaidston in Ayr, where the explosion occurred.

The Scottish Ambulance Service said three people had been taken to a hospital, according to the Daily Record and the BBC. Credit: Live Around The World With Stu & Co via Storyful

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