Roosevelt Island Residents Frightened By Really, Really, Really Loud Noise Heard Across East River From Manhattan Tonight - What Was That?
The Roosevelt Island Twitterverse reports:
@Water_Malones @nyc311 @Rooseveltisland Yep - here's the short video of it - sounds like jet engine https://t.co/kKc9qjW77Q— Jaan Paljasma (@jpaljasma) January 25, 2017
Does anyone know what the really really really loud noise over Manhattan is right now?— Ben Patz (@BenPatz) January 25, 2017
An insanely loud noise is covering Manhattan right now. Have no idea what it is but its deafening. pic.twitter.com/eXYaVg1YbI— Ben Patz (@BenPatz) January 25, 2017
The Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) adds:'Smoke,' loud noise on Upper East Side are result of Con Ed steam-valve release @pix11news https://t.co/ML2xQ3KvIm pic.twitter.com/7SXfqFZEa7— New York City Alerts (@NYCityAlerts) January 25, 2017
Con Edison was conducting emergency work on a steam valve in a building on the eastside of manhattan. Information was given by the 19 th pct. Their is no danger.UPDATE 9:33
This was so loud on Roosevelt Island our neighbors literally fled the city in terror https://t.co/9ZxZYWRLyD— Nick Turner (@SFNick) January 25, 2017