Trampoline no match for high winds
LARRY NEFF/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Saturday night the family at 312 S. Ninth street in Lehighton went to bed believing their trampoline, resting on their lawn on the north side of their home was secure. Sunday morning that same trampoline was found gracing the lawn at 326 S. Ninth street, resting upside down and showing signs of structural damage. Neighbors are trying to determine if the large piece of playground equipment blew out onto the street and rolled the distance to the neighbors or did it actually go airborne over the roof of the double block three story wood frame dwelling. Neighbors examined their cars and found no damage which is leading them to believe the trampoline may have classified as a UFO.